Lecturer in Political Science
Samuel R. Galloway, PhD, teaches courses in political theory and American politics. His courses explore topics of contentious political action, ideology and propaganda, media, and communications, and surveillance and representation at the intersections of race, sexuality, gender, class, and citizenship. Dr. Galloway’s research addresses questions of democracy in contemporary and canonical political thought and practice.
More About Me
For more information about Professor Galloway, visit his website: https://samuelrgalloway.com.
- Politics and the Media (POL 2210)
- Political Protest and Ideology (POL 3290)
“Queering Amor Mundi: Love, Loss, and Democratic Politics.” Theory and Event (forthcoming).