Kenneth Bauzon, Ph.D.

Professor of Political Science
718.940.5746
kbauzon@sjcny.edu
Brooklyn Campus - St. Joseph's Hall, Fifth floor

B.A. in Political Science, Silliman University, Dumaguete, Philippines, Political Science
M.A. in History, Duke University
M.A. in Political Science, Duke University
Ph.D. in Political Science, Duke University

Areas of Expertise: comparative politics, international relations, diplomatic history of modern Europe

Dr. Kenneth Bauzon joined St. Joseph’s College in 1992 as an assistant professor in the Department of Social Sciences. Since then, he has taught a range of courses, including American Government and Politics, Comparative Governments and International Relations, Law and Organization and Social Change in Developing Countries. He is a member of the College Advisory Council, the Civic Engagement Committee, the Diversity Committee and is a faculty moderator for the Political Affairs Club.  

Along with his work at SJC, Dr. Bauzon has taught at several other universities, including Lafayette College in Easton, PA and North Carolina Central University in Durham, NC. He also served as a visiting professor at Tsukuba University in Tsukuba, Japan and Yeshiva University in New York City.  

Dr. Bauzon has written and contributed to an impressive number of articles, op-eds, book reviews and academic publications. His most significant works include, Development and Democratization in the Third World: Myths, Hopes and Realities (Taylor & Francis, 1992), Political Forecasting: History, Theory and Practice (University of the Philippines), “Adaptation and Identity Formation in the Cuban American Community: Reflections and Considerations,” which appeared in Kasarinlan: Philippine Quarterly of Third World Studies and “Restoring Purpose in Politics,” for the Diliman Review.

Dr. Bauzon has delivered public lectures and presented scholarly papers at conferences around the world. He has been a featured guest on both local and international news programs including Radio Australia and CNN International. His most recent interviews include, “Dreams of Peace in the Philippines: Muslim Insurgency and the Peace Process in the Southern Philippines,” and “Fighting Terrorism in the Philippines.”

Dr. Bauzon has written and contributed to an impressive number of articles, op-eds, book reviews and academic publications. His most significant works include, Development and Democratization in the Third World: Myths, Hopes and Realities (Taylor & Francis, 1992), Political Forecasting: History, Theory and Practice (University of the Philippines), “Adaptation and Identity Formation in the Cuban American Community: Reflections and Considerations,” which appeared in Kasarinlan: Philippine Quarterly of Third World Studies and “China and the Use of Force in International Relations,” for Asian Thought and Society.

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