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Stephanie Anderson to Give Faculty Senate Speaker Series Talk

April 13, 2015
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Stephanie Anderson

Stephanie Anderson, associate professor in the University of Wyoming Department of Political Science, will give the spring Faculty Senate Speaker Series talk Wednesday, April 22.

She will discuss “They love us; they love us not?: How America’s image abroad shapes transatlantic security relations” at 4:10 p.m. in Room 306 of the UW Classroom Building.

NATO or the Atlantic Alliance enjoys popular support on both sides of the ocean, Anderson says. Yet, sometimes, “it seems like the United States is from Mars, warlike and masculine, while Europe is from Venus, peaceful and feminine. This unequal relationship causes problems and resentment.”

She asks, “Are relations less rocky when a Democrat is in the White House? What does the Obama presidency mean to the future of the European Union and the Atlantic Alliance?”

Anderson’s research deals with the European Union as an international actor, international relations and security issues. Specializing in European politics, she has studied in France, Belgium, Germany and the United Kingdom. She has published two books on European politics as well as numerous articles, and is a three-time winner of UW’s “Top Prof” award.

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