Marek Payerhin, PhD
- 2005-present: Associate Professor of Political Science, Lynchburg College
- 1999-2005: Assistant Professor, Political Science, Alma College
- 1998-1999: Visiting Assistant Professor, Political Science, Alma College
- 1997-1998: Adjunct Professor, Political Science, University of Connecticut
- 1996-1997: Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of History and Political Science, Quinnipiac College
- 1991-1994: Lecturer, Political Science, University of Connecticut
- 1990-1994: Instructor, Center for Academic Programs, University of Connecticut
Degrees and Certifications
- 1996 PhD, Political Science, University of Connecticut
- 1988 MA, Political Science, University of Connecticut
- 1984 MA, Political Science and Journalism, Jagiellonian University
- 1984 BA, Political Science and Journalism, Jagiellonian University
- 1982 Diploma in International Studies, School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University: The Bologna Center, Italy
Honors and Awards
- 2006: Lynchburg College Summer Research Grant
- 2003, 2005: Post-Secondary Curriculum Development Grant, Center for Russian and Eastern European Studies, University of Michigan
- 2003-2004: Service Learning Faculty Fellow, Alma College
- 2002: Wal-Mart Environmental Community Grant
- 2000, 2001: Michigan Campus Compact Venture Grant
- 2000: McGregor Foundation Instructional Technology Grant, Alma College
- 1999: Universities as Citizens Grant for the development of the Eastern European cooperation project
- 1993: Norman Kogan Fellowship in Western European Politics, University of Connecticut
- Global Politics
- Terrorism and Revolution
- World Geography
- Quest for Justice
- "Damming It: Why Environmentalists Doomed an Environmental Protest," The Polish Review
- "On Movement Frames and Negotiated Identities: The Case of Poland's First Solidarity Congress," (with Cyrus E. Zirakzadeh), Social Movement Studies 5, 2 (September 2006): 91-115.
- "Perceptions, Cultural Shackles, and Social Mobilization," International Psychology Reporter 9, 3 (Fall 2005): 27-29.
- "Frame Globally, Block Locally: Ecological Direct Action and Democratization in Poland," chapter in R.F. Farnen, H. Decker, C. De Landtsheer, H. Sunker, and D. B. German (eds.) Democratization, Europeanization, and Globalization Trends, Peter Lang Publishers, 2005.
- "Activist Frames and 'Pictures in Our Heads,'" International Psychology Reporter 8, 1 (Spring 2004): 10-12.
- "Have Case Will Travel: Taking Political Science On (and Off) the Road," PS: Political Science and Politics 26, 3 (July 2003): 441-445.
- "Terms of Endearment: Intellectuals and Workers Mobilizing for a Social Movement," Communist and Post-Communist Studies, 29, 2 (June 1996): 185-212.
- "Terrorism as a Symbiotic Process: A Study of Mass Media and Violence," (with Russell Farnen), in Clinton R. Sanders (ed.) Marginal Conventions, Popular Culture, Mass Media and Social Deviance, Bowling Green: Popular Press, 1990.
- "Terrorism and Media," Zeszyty Prasoznawcze (Cracow) 26, 4: 23-36.
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