Faculty & Staff Directory
Jody Neathery-Castro, Ph.D.
Fall 2015 Office Hours
Mondays: 10:00-11:30 a.m. & 2:00-3:30 p.m.;
Tuesdays & Thursdays: 2:30-3:30 p.m.,
or by appointment.
AwardsCollege of Arts and Sciences Excellence in Service Award, 2011
College of Arts and Sciences Excellence in Teaching Award, 2007
Omicron Delta Kappa member, 2007
UNO Excellence in Teaching Award, 2007
Outstanding Faculty in Service Learning Award, 2001
|PSCI 1000||Introduction to Political Science|
|PSCI 2500||Introduction to Comparative Politics|
|PSCI 3230/8235||Gender and Global Politics|
|PSCI 3500||Politics in Western Europe|
|PSCI 4500/8526||Government and Politics of Great Britain|
|PSCI 4520/8526||Politics in France|
|PSCI 4920/8926||Advanced Topics in Political Science: Politics and Film|
|PSCI 4950||Senior Seminar in Political Science|
|PSCI 8250||Seminar in Global Politics|
|WMST 2010||Introduction to Women's Studies|
Current ResearchDr. Neathery-Castro's research has focused on French politics, the politics and economics of culture and how governments respond to cultural politics and the role of France and the French language in the world, particularly in the international organization, la Francophonie. Her recent articles have appeared in Social Science Quarterly, Québec Studies and The French Review. Dr. Neathery-Castro is also interested in the scholarship of teaching and has published in Academic Exchange Quarterly and Metropolitan Universities. Her recent work assesses the use of service-learning in international issues learning and promotes civic engagement, particularly in first-year courses
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