Eric Fleury received his doctorate from Baylor University’s Graduate Program of Political Science in May of 2015. His primary field of study is American Foreign Policy, though he also has an extensive background in International Relations and American Politics. His dissertation, titled “A Fruitless Crown: The Logic and Limits of Foreign Policy in Revolutionist Dictatorships,” as well as his exemplary coursework earned him the Richard D. Huff Distinguished Graduate Student in Political Science Award in 2015. His first book, titled “A Fruitless Crown: The Logic and Limits of Foreign Policy in Revolutionist Dictatorships,” is set to be published by Lexington Books in late 2018.
Since graduation, he has been a visiting assistant professor at College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA. In this position, he has taught courses on American Foreign Policy, International Relations, The Cold War, Terrorism, and Diplomacy. He received the college’s Rising Star Award in 2016.