Office: McGannon Hall, Room 134
Office Hours: Spring 2013 - Monday, Wednesday, Friday - 2:00-3:00 p.m.; Tuesday - 10:00-12:00 Noon
Jean-Robert Leguey-Feilleux, Professor of Political Science at Saint Louis University, specializes in international relations, diplomatic method, and Middle East politics.
Education and Background. Dr. Leguey-Feilleux was educated in France, received a Diplome d'Enseignement Commercial Superieur (corresponding to a U.S. Masters degree in economics and business administration) from l'Ecole superieure de Commerce de Marseille and a Diplome Superieur d'Etudes Coloniales, Marseilles, France. He came to the United States as a Fulbright Scholar, received an M.A. in Political Science and Economics at the University of Florida, and a Ph.D. in Political Science and International Relations from Georgetown University.
Dr. Leguey-Feilleux received a Certificate in English Language, Life, and Institutions from Cambridge University, U.K. He was Director of Research at the Institute of World Polity, School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University, a visiting scholar at Harvard Law School, and did research at the United Nations in New York.
Teaching. Dr. Leguey-Feilleux teaches classes in international law, diplomatic method, international organization, international terrorism, and the Middle East in international politics. He is co-director of the political journalism certificate [more] and director of the foreign service certificate [more] and directs the Fulbright program for graduate study abroad.
Research. Dr. Leguey-Feilleux has written in the fields of international law, international politics, and diplomacy. His forthcoming book, The Dynamics of Diplomacy (Lynne Rienner, October 2008) offers a fresh, up-to-date look at the evolution, politics, and practice of diplomacy today [Rienner website]. He is co-author of The Law of Limited International Conflict (Georgetown University). As a Malone Fellow of the National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations, he has done research in some eighteen Middle Eastern countries.
Global Diplomacy syllabus
Introductin to Diplomacy syllabus
Introduction to International Relations
Use of Force
Problems of International Terrorism syllabus