|Dr. Jeremy Lewis
is Professor of Political Science at Huntingdon College. A dual citizen
of the United Kingdom and United States, he holds four degrees from Oxford
University (MA, BA) and the Johns Hopkins University (PhD, MA).
At Huntingdon College, he currently teaches all thirteen
political science courses and runs several active web sites.
He holds the Master's from Oxford in Philosophy, Politics
and Economics, wrote his PhD at Johns Hopkins in American Politics, and
has specialized in comparative official information
Educated in International Relations at the Johns Hopkins
School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), he is a board member (and
the webmaster) of Alabama World Affairs Council and teaches the Foreign
Policy Assocation's program, Great Decisions. (See www.AWAC.US.)
He has had book chapters plus articles and reviews
published in political science and interdisciplinary journals and anthologies.
He edited an interdisciplinary anthology on issues
He has given keynote presentations on official transparency
to conferences in Washington DC, Bratislava, Slovakia and elsewhere, and
has presented papers on politics and public administration at dozens of
He serves as vice-chair of the research committee
on comparative administrative culture of the International Political Science
Association, convening several global panels of speakers at world congresses
every two years.
His languages include French, Spanish and some German,
Italian and Latin.
He has served frequently as a political guest analyst
on television, (including a couple of appearances on NBC nightly news,
analyzing the Iowa caucuses).
He previously worked at two state universities (in
New York and Iowa) and at Wellesley College and Colby College.
For ten years he served as a consultant on information
policy and administrative practice to the federal government.
For a while, he chaired the Humanities department
Dr. Lewis is married to Connie who manages writers
of software documentation.
They have two grown daughters who are both political
scientists in Washington DC.
In his spare time, although he no longer plays, coaches
or referees rugby or association football, Lewis is an occasional sailor