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.
- “We Need a Hero: Re-envisioning American Victory in World Wars I and II through ‘Wonder Woman’ and ‘Captain America: the First Avenger’” and “‘We See Everything’: Drone Operators, PTSD, and the Human Experience of War” at the International Studies Association—Northeast annual conference in Baltimore, Md., Nov. 2-3, 2018.
- “Tweeting Omaha Beach: Using Twitter to Digitally Reenact D-Day in the Classroom,” pedagogy paper presented at the 76thannual Midwest Political Science Association meeting in Chicago, Ill., on April 8, 2018.
- “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