Dr. Linda Maule

Dr. Linda Maule
Associate Professor
Political Science, Department of; Dean's Office (UC)
Arts and Sciences, College of
Holmstedt Hall 310
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  • Ph.D. - Political Science, Public Law, Washington State University - 1997
  • M.A. - American Institutions and Processes, Washington State University - 1993
  • B.A. - Criminal Justice, Washington State University - 1991

Teaching Interests

  • American Government, Legal Studies/Political Science Learning Community, Social Science Learning Community, General Honors Learning Community, U.S. Diversity: Contemporary American Issues, Judicial Processes, Constitutional Law I: An Introduction, Constitutional Law II: Separation of Powers, Federalism, and Representation, Constitutional Law III: Civil Rights and Civil Liberties, Legal Research, Criminal Law, The Legal Environment of Public Administration, Capstone Course in Political Science, Capstone Course in Legal Studies, Introduction to Women's Studies, Foundations of Feminist Theory, Contemporary Feminist Theory, Women in Law, Gender, Nation, and Class, and Student Activism in Theory and Practice, Poverty, Hunger, and Homelessness, Leadership, Ethics, and Democracy, The Civilized and the Barbaric, Utopia the Quest, Dystopia the Price, The Ethics of Harry Potter, Stranger Things.

Research Interests

  • Judicial Selection Women Judges, Supreme Court Judges, Constitutional Law, Family Law, Experiential and Service Learning