Christopher Housenick, Ph.D.
Witherspoon Building Room 256
407 West Q Street
Russellville, AR 72801
Dr. Housenick teaches the core courses in the International Studies and Strategic Studies curricula, offering classes on International Security, interstate Wars, U.S. Foreign Policy, American Defense Policy, the United Nations, and International Relations. He will also be teaching Comparative Politics as well as sections of American Government.
Dr. Housenick's research interests include international conflict and security, technology and warfare, terrorism, military policy, and international political economy. His piece "Winning Battles but Losing Wars" was published in Military Review in October of 2008. One of this articles examining the effect of transportation infrastructure on victory in interstate wars received a 'Revise and Resubmit' at Conflict Management and Peace Science. He is currently drafting another article on Terrorism and Communications infrastructure for presentation at the Arkansas Political Science Association meetings and eventual submission to a referred journal.
Dr. Housenick joined the Arkansas Tech faculty in 2009. Prior to joining the faculty at Arkansas Tech, he was on the faculty at the American University in Washington,D.C. for four years.