Bahman Fozouni

Institution where doctorate degree was earned:

University of Pittsburgh

Brief biography

Professor Fozouni is a native of Iran. He came to the United States to attend high school and college. He has a bachelor's degree from Tulane University and a Ph.D. degree from the University of Pittsburgh. Upon completing his studies in the United States in 1976 he returned to Iran. In 1979, shortly after the Iranian Revolution, he came back to the United States accepting an assistant professorship at the University of Pittsburgh. In fall of 1990, he accepted the position of Associate Professor in the Government Department at California State University, Sacramento. He served as the Chair of the Department from 2005 until summer of 2014. He teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in international politics, the Middle East, nationalism, and research methods.

Areas of research and interests:

Theories of International Politics and Foreign Policy, Middle East Politics, Nationalism, Research Methods & Philosophy of Social Sciences.

Undergraduate courses:

International Politics, Middle East Governments & Politics, Nationalism, Introduction to Research Methods.

Graduate courses:

Theories of International Relations, Research Methods, Middle East and the United States.

Phone number: 916-278-4012