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Tun Myint

Tun Myint

Education & Professional History

Indiana University, BA, MA, PhD.

At Carleton since 2007.

As Listed on Department Faculty Pages

Political Science

Office Hours: MW 11:00–12:00, T 10:00–11:30 & by appointment

Winter Class Schedule (1/3/2018-3/9/2018):
POSC 170 International Relations and World Politics, MW 9:50-11:00 & F 9:40-10:40 in Willis 211
POSC 268 Global Environmental Politics and Policy, MW 1:50-3:00 & F 2:20-3:20 in Weitz 233
CCST 208 International Coffee and News, W 3:10-4:20 in LDC 302

Professor Myint earned his PhD in 2005 from the joint program of the School of Public and Environmental Affairs and the School of Law at Indiana University, Bloomington. He was a postdoctoral research fellow at The Vincent and Elinor Ostrom Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis at IU, teaching and engaging in research on democracy and environmental governance with a regional focus on Southeast Asia. His research examines the role of individuals and groups in the dynamic relationship between social changes and global environmental changes with the focus on democracy, development, globalization, and sustainability.  His publications have appeared in Ecology & Society, Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies, Legal Issues in Burma Journal, and Perspectives on Politics.  He is the author of Governing International Rivers: Polycentric Politics in the Mekong and the Rhine.  Professor Myint served as a member of the Technical Advisory Team of the Federal Constitution Drafting Coordinating Committee of the Union of Burma, and was previously Research Fellow of Asia Policy Program, a joint program of the National Bureau of Research and Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars. Prof. Myint teaches Comparative Political Regimes, Southeast Asian Politics, International Relations & World Politics, International Environmental Politics & Policy, Approaches to Development, International Institutions, and Global Social Changes & Sustainability. Tun Myint's web page 

Profile updated February 12, 2018

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