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Ruth
A.
Bevan

David W. Petegorsky Chair in Political Science
Professor of Political Science
Co-Chair, Department of Political Science
PhD, New York University, 1969
MA, University of Massachusetts, 1963
BA, Grinnell College, 1961
Professor Ruth Bevan holds the David W. Petegorsky Chair of Political Science. Specializing in European politics and modern political theory, she teaches courses focusing on the European Union and Western political theory, including Israeli political thought.
ofessor Bevan’s research concerns the prospects for and dimensions of a Euro-American partnership and the role of this Transatlantic alliance in a multipolar global world.
Professor Bevan has received a German Academic Exchange Service Fellowship, Fulbright Faculty Fellowship, IREX (State Department) Short Term Grant, an Earhart Fellowship, and a National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship. She has been a fellow of the Schusterman Center for Israel Studies at Brandeis University and an Oxford University Round Table Participant.
Professor Bevan’s publications have emphasized the political impact of political ideas like human rights, globalism, postmoderns in the Western democracies, with emphasis on Europe, on the relations between the United States and Europe and on the role of Europe, with the United States, in the emerging global order.
rabevan@yu.edu
212-960-5400 x6890
Wilf campus - Belfer Hall
Room#521
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Spring 2017
Great Political Thinkers
PHI 3401
Spring 2017
Great Political Thinkers
POL 1401
Spring 2017
Independent Study
POL 4901
Spring 2017
The American Presidency
POL 2100
Spring 2017
Voting and Elections
POL 2135
Fall 2016
American Political Thought
POL 2430
Fall 2016
Fundamentals of Political Sci.
POL 1501
Fall 2016
Fundamentals of Political Sci.
POL 1501
Spring 2016
Great Political Thinkers
PHI 3401H
Spring 2016
Great Political Thinkers
POL 1401H