Kenneth L. Hill, M.A.
Assistant Professor, Political Science
Office: Olney Hall Room 359
Kenneth Hill has taught generations of political science majors at La Salle for over 40 years, primarily focusing on international politics and foreign policy. He remains in close contact with many of the Department’s prior graduates, especially those who are working in Washington, D. C. where he regularly attends seminars.
He travels each year to the Middle East and has directed students doing independent research on the Israeli/Palestinian conflict. He has connected Israeli, Palestinian and La Salle students via a Facebook page. He is currently working on an undergraduate textbook in American Government. And he can still easily defeat most students on the tennis courts.
Areas of Expertise
- International Relations
- U.S. Foreign Policy (Middle East, Arab Israeli Conflict)
- 21st Century Terrorism
- M.A. New York University
- B.A. Hofstra University
- POL 151 American Federal Government
- POL 240 International Relations
- POL 341 Globalization
- POL 344 U.S. Foreign Relations
- POL 480-481 Senior Research Seminar
- Twentieth Century International Politics: An Analytical Guide, Authorhouse Press (2006) 404 pages
- Encyclopedia of Conflicts Since World War II, Sharpe Reference (1998) 1400 pages, editors James Ciment, Kenneth L. Hill, David Mcmichael and Carl Skutsch
- Cold War Chronology: Soviet-American Relations 1945 – 1991, CQ Press (1993) 375 pages..
- Concise History of Foreign Policy, 1945-1986, Krieger Publishing Co., (1986) 164 pages.
- War: The Causes and Problems ( A Teaching Module), La Salle University (1979) 23 pages..
- Annual Anti-Terrorism Conference, Herzylia, Israel, 09/13/2010
- Seminar on “The Muslim Brotherhood” at The Brookings Institute, Washington D.C., 01/12/2011
- Seminar on “Unrest in the Middle East” at The Hudson Institute, Washington D.C., 02/20/2011
- Seminar on “Turkey’s Role in the Middle East” at the Woodrow Wilson Center, Washington D.C., 05/06/2011
- Seminar on “Congress, the Executive Branch and the War Powers Act” coordinator John Yoo, The Woodrow Wilson Center, Washington D.C., 05/20/2011
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