Marion E. Doro (Connecticut College, New London, Connecticut)
Submitted: Fri, 22 August 2003
Marion E. Doro
Lucy Marsh Haskell Professor Emerita of Government
P.O. Box 5457
New London, Connecticut 06320-4196 USA
Major research interests currently turn on the democratization process in
Africa, with major focus on a) elections, and b) role of women NGOs.
Served as a UN Monitor in 1995 elections in Tanzania, and as an
international observer for 1996 parliamentary elections in Uganda.
Teaching experience includes three years at Makerere University, Uganda
[twice as a Fulbright Scholar]. Attended the Women's Worlds 8th
International Congress in Uganda, July 2002; gave paper on Role of African
Women in Political Development.
Connecticut College since 1962; Professor since 1972
Political Science Dept. Chair for 3 terms; Director of Graduate Studies,
1975-1980; Associate Dean, 1992-94
Previously taught courses on various aspects of African politics,
race/ethnicity, role of military. Teaching experience in Uganda (Makerere),
and Tanzania (UDSM); travel/research experience in Kenya, South Africa.
Director, Study Abroad, Teach Abroad (SATA) program, 1994-1996; Dir. of
SATA at University of Dar es Salaam, Fall; and, Prof. of Political Science
at UDSM, 1995.
Fulbright Scholar, Makerere University, Kamapala, Uganda, 1997-98
USIS Lecturer: Ethiopia, Mozambique, and Nigeria -- Spring 1998
M.E. Doro and Newell M. Stultz, eds., Governing in Black Africa, Prentice
Hall, 1970, and second ed., Holmes & Meier, 1986.
Rhodesia/Zimbabwe: a bibliographic guide to the Nationalist Period, G.K.
Editor, Africa Contemporary Record, vols. XX, XXI, and XXII.
Numerous bibliographic essays for Current Bibliography on African Affairs,
two dozen country studes for Collier's Yearbook, 100 plus book reviews for
various journals such as Journal of Politics, African Studies Review,
American Political Science Review, Choice, Ethnic and Racial Studies.
Peer reviewer for numerous journals.