Dr. Timothy J. White
Professor, Political Science Department
First Year at Xavier
Irish Politics, U.S. Foreign Policy
Dr. White teaches courses in Ireland, Culture, and Film, Irish Politics, International Relations, the Politics of War and Peace, U.S. Foreign Policy, and Irish Historical Sociology. This last class is taught as part of the Xavier Summer Study Abroad Program in Ireland that White founded. White has won the Sigma Alpha Nu Award as Teacher of the Year on Xavier's campus and has been nominated for the Carnegie National Teacher of the Year Award.
White's research has focused mostly on Irish politics and has appeared in Irish Political Studies, eire-Ireland, Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, New Hibernia Review, Irish Journal of Sociology, Irish Studies in International Affairs, etudes Irlandaises, Studi irelandesi, The European Legacy, Representation, Journal of Women, Politics and Policy, International Studies Perspectives, and in a number of other journals. White edited a special issue of The European Legacy on Irish Studies and has edited a volume on Lessons from the Northern Ireland Peace Process with the University of Wisconsin Press and has a forthcoming edited volume on Theories of International Relations and Northern Ireland soon to be published with Manchester University Press.
White has been awarded numerous grants from a variety of organizations including the Irish American Cultural Institute, the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick Foundation, and the Moore Institute at the National University of Ireland-Galway. Dr. White served two terms as the Social Science Representative for the American Conference for Irish Studies and served on the Donnelly Prize Committee and the Larkin Prize Committee for this organization. White has been named by the Irish Voice as one of the top 100 Irish educators in the United States.
- CORE 100: Ireland, Culture and Film
- SOCI 270: Irish Historical Sociology
- POLI 275: Politics of War and Peace
- POLI 277: International Relations
- POLI 280: Irish Political Culture
- POLI 374: US Foreign Policy
- Ph.D. (The University of Michigan) 1990,M.A. (University of Missouri-Columbia) 1984, B.A. (University of Missouri-St. Louis) 1982