August 30, 2019

Beth Dougherty

A political scientist with an international relations focus, human rights figure largely in Beth Dougherty’s research, teaching, and college service. She is also a sought-after speaker by community groups in Wisconsin and northern Illinois.
  • Beth Dougherty, Professor of International Relations
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A political scientist with an international relations focus, human rights figure largely in Beth Dougherty’s research, teaching, and college service. She is also a sought-after speaker by community groups in Wisconsin and northern Illinois.

Her most recent publications include A Historical Dictionary of Iraq, 3rd edition, Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press (2019) and “Letting Nature Swallow the Past: The Politics of Memory in Post-War Bosnia,” Nationality Papers 47, 2 (April 2019): 248-263. The article on post-war Bosnia grew out of a 2016 faculty development visit to that country. Together with Donna Oliver, a Beloit College professor of Russian, Beth hopes to return to Bosnia in May 2020 with a group of Beloit College students to study lessons from human rights in Bosnia.

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