The New International Studies Classroom: Active Teaching, Active Learning

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THE CONTRIBUTORS

John Boehrer is a lecturer at the Daniel J. Evans School of Public Affairs, University of Washington, and director of Teaching Resources for the Electronic Hallway (www.hallway.org), an Internet resource on case teaching and active learning in public affairs. He was formerly director of Teaching Development at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, where he directed the Pew Faculty Fellowship in International Affairs. He was involved in creating the Web site CaseNet: Active Learning in International Affairs (csf.Colorado.EDU/CaseNet) and the Active Learning in International Affairs Section (ALIAS) of the International Studies Association (ISA) and continues to serve on the ALIAS Executive Committee. He has published several articles on the use of cases and has led case teaching and writing workshops in North America, Europe, Asia, and Africa.

G. Matthew Bonham is chair of International Relations and director of Global Programs at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University. His research, which involves information technology and the development of computer simulation models of foreign policy decisionmaking, has been funded by three grants from the National Science Foundation. He has published three monographs, fourteen refereed journal articles, and ten chapters in anthologies. He offers courses on international relations theory and the analysis of political texts as well as workshops on writing hypertext, policy advocacy through the World Wide Web and videoconferencing, and expert systems for economic forecasting.

Mark A. Boyer is associate professor of political science at the University of Connecticut and director of the Connecticut Project in International Negotiation (http://spirit.lib.uconn.edu/∼mboyer/). He

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