Dr. Terilyn Johnston Huntington
Assistant Professor of Political Science, Mount Vernon Nazarene University, 2016-present
Graduate Instructor, Humanities and Western Civilization, University of Kansas, 2010-2016
International Studies Association
Governing Council Member—International Studies Association Northeast
Awards and Recognitions:
Selected Participant for the ISA Northeast Pedagogy Workshop, Baltimore, MD (Nov. 5, 2016)
Doctoral Research Fellowship, Institute for Policy and Social Research, University of Kansas (2014-2015)
Distinguished Graduate Instructor, Humanities and Western Civilization, University of Kansas (2013-2014)
Selected Participant for the ISA Northeast Interpretive and Relational Research Methodologies Workshop, Baltimore, MD (Nov. 8, 2014)
Published Works & Presentations:
Forthcoming in 2018: “Drones and Unmanned (Smart) Weapons Systems” in Legislating Morality in America: Debating the Morality of Controversial U.S. Laws and Polities edited by Donald Haider-Markel
“Saving Face, Sacrificing Democracy: American Ontological Security and the 1954 Intervention in Guatemala.” Special Operations Journal 3:1 (May 2017): 21-35.
“Book Review of A Theory of the Drone by Gregorie Chamayou (New York, NY: The New Press, 2015). Special Operations Journal 1:2 (November 2015): 126-128.
“Exposing the Clandestine: Silence and Voice in America’s Drone War.” International Studies Association Annual Convention. Baltimore, Maryland. February 22-25, 2017.
“Distant Warfare, Distant Emotions: Death and Mourning in Drone Warfare” with Dr. Luke B. Campbell. International Studies Association Annual Convention. Baltimore, Maryland. February 22-25, 2017.
Ph.D. in Political Science, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas
M.A. in Political Science, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas
M.A. in International Studies, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado
M.A. in Theological Studies, Bethel Theological Seminary, Arden Hills, Minnesota
B.A. in Political Science, Bethel University, St Paul, Minnesota