Greg Russell

Professor of Political Science
205 Dale Hall Tower

Curriculum Vitae

B.A., East Texas State University, 1977

M.A., East Texas State University, 1979
Ph.D., Louisiana State University, 1987

Teaching and Research Interests:  International Relations, American Foreign Policy, National Security Affairs, and Political Philosophy

Professor Greg Russell joined the department in 1991. He completed his third term as Department Chair in June 2014.

He is the author of The Statecraft of Theodore Roosevelt:  The Duties of Nations and World Order; Hans J. Morgenthau and the Ethics of American Statecraft, Reconciling Internal Rights and External Wrongs: The Force of Arms and Ideas in War; and John Quincy Adams and the Public Virtues of Diplomacy.

His articles have appeared in The Review of Politics, The Journal of Politics, Interpretation, The Political Science Reviewer, Diplomacy and Statecraft, Ethics and International Affairs, Global Perspectives, The International Review of History and Political Science, Society, Presidential Studies Quarterly, Virginia Quarterly Review, Modern Age, Review of International Studies, Geopolitics, and The New England Quarterly.

Research interests include American diplomatic history, American political biographies, studies in statesmanship, Churchill studies, and intellectual traditions in international thought.