Keith Hollinger

Lincoln Center Applied Ethics
Faculty
Campus:
POLY
Mailcode:
0180
Social Science
Faculty
Campus:
POLY
Mailcode:
2780
College of Integrative Sciences and Arts - Barrett, The Honors College
Faculty
Campus:
POLY
Mailcode:
2780

Biography

Keith Hollinger is a Senior Lecturer of social sciences and serves as the Driector of Undergraduate Studies for the CISA-Social Sciences at the Arizona State University Polytechnic campus. He holds a doctorate in governance and globalization, a master of Arts in political science, and a bachelor of science in economics with an international concentration. He currently serves as the ASU University Senate president-elect for the social sciences on the Polytechnic campus

Hollinger teaches courses on: Political Science and Science, Technology, and Society, including Global Technology and Development; Global Issues in Science and Technology; Science, Technology, and Global Engagement; Cultivating Technology in Newly Developing Countries; Current Issues in International Politics; Information Technology and Globalization; and Technology in Developing Countries. He previously taught as an adjunct professor of Political Science at Virginia Polytechnic and State University

Education

  • Ph.D.Governance and Globalization; Virginia Polytechnic and State University
  • M.A. Political Science;Virginia Polytechnic and State University
  • B.S. Economics (International); Radford University

Research Interests

Dr. Hollinger's research focuses on the conflict that occurs at the intersection of polticial, economic, and social interests on a global scale.  His research has appeared in International Journal of Self Help & Self Care.  Current projects include the construction of a peace and conflict database that will enable a holistic study of post-Cold war conflicts and the societies that experience them.  The intial stage of colmpiling and standardizing all available data on every country and conflict in the world is in its third yeaar of development.  The database includes 30+ years of observations across hundreds of variables for 185 countries.  The next stage of the project involves focusing on one conflict at a time to conduct a thorough conflict analysis involving the metasynthesis of ethnographic reports from the conflict zone.

The primary objective of this multiphase research project is to provide conflict analysis services that will enable the prediction of the outbreak of a conflict and identify proximate, intermediate and root causes of the potential conflict so that peacebuilding strategies may be employed in advance of violent conflict.  We seek to identify the symptoms of civil war in each region of the world so that violence against civilians may be mitigated.

Conducted with a team of faculty, and graduate and undergraduate students at the Polytechnic Campus, this project is designed to create a truly interdisciplinary conflict analysis community at the ASU Polytechnic Campus.

 

 

Courses

Summer 2019
Course Number Course Title
STS 484 Internship
Spring 2019
Course Number Course Title
POS 150 Comparative Government
POS 260 Curr Issues in Intl Politics
ISS 304 Integrated Theories Social Sci
POS 310 American National Government
STS 484 Internship
Summer 2018
Course Number Course Title
STS 484 Internship
Spring 2018
Course Number Course Title
STS 110 Global Technology&Development
POS 150 Comparative Government
STS 364 Science, Tech,& Nat'l Security
ISS 441 Conflict&Conflict Resolution
STS 484 Internship
POS 493 Honors Thesis
Spring 2017
Course Number Course Title
STS 110 Global Technology&Development
POS 160 Global Politics
STS 330 Info Tech and Globalization
STS 332 Global Issues in Science &Tech
POS 485 Political Economy
Fall 2016
Course Number Course Title
STS 110 Global Technology&Development
POS 150 Comparative Government
STS 331 Ethical Issues in Sci and Tech
POS 364 Natl Security/Intell/Terrorism
Fall 2015
Course Number Course Title
STS 110 Global Technology&Development
POS 150 Comparative Government
STS 331 Ethical Issues in Sci and Tech