Jennifer Ramos

Assistant Professor

Ramos 225  

Phone:    (310) 338-1741
Email:     jramos18@lmu.edu
Office:       University Hall 4136
 

Jennifer Ramos CV

 
Spring 2014 Class Schedule:
POLS 165: International Relations
Monday/Wednesday/Friday: 11:00-11:50am and 12:00-12:50pm
POLS 362: International Security
Monday/Wednesday: 1:35-2:50pm
 
Spring 2014 Office Hours:
Tuesday 10:30-12:00pm and 1:30-3:00pm; Wednesday 10:00-11:00am; and by appt.
 

Jennifer M. Ramos is Assistant Professor of Political Science at Loyola Marymount University. Her research focuses on understanding the causes and consequences of political change, with an emphasis on the role of ideas, norms, and identity. In addition, she specializes in US public opinion and foreign policy.  Her current research interests include religion and foreign policy preferences, drone warfare, and  the preventive use of force.

Professor Ramos has a forthcoming book, Changing Norms through Actions: The Evolution of Sovereignty (Oxford UP, 2013).  She co-edited a volume, iPolitics: Citizens, Elections and Governing in the New Media Era (Cambridge UP, 2012) with Richard L. Fox, regarding the effects of new media in politics at home and abroad.  She has published in Journal of Politics, Public Opinion Quarterly, Journal of Political Ideologies, Human Rights Review, and International Studies Perspectives. With a passion for international relations, she has lived, worked, researched and studied in a number of countries, including The Netherlands, Austria, France, Germany, and Mexico.  In Spring 2013, she will participate in LMU's London study abroad program.

COURSES TAUGHT:
US Foreign Policy
Introduction to International Relations
Empirical Approaches to Politics
Politics of  the European Union
Senior Honors Theses
International Cooperation
International Relations Internships

EDUCATION:
Ph.D. Political Science, University of California, Davis. June 2008.
M.A. International Relations, San Francisco State University, 2001.
B.A. International Relations and German, University of California, Davis, 1995.