Arlene Elowe MacLeod
MacLeod, Arlene E.
Associate Professor of Politics
Ph.D., M.Phil., M.A., Yale University (1987); A.B., Bowdoin College (1977)
Professor MacLeod teaches courses centered on the politics of imagination and change. Her work draws on political theory, literature and art, and the history and politics of Europe, the Middle East, and China, to address contemporary political questions. She is the author of Accommodating Protest: Working Women, the New Veiling, and Change in Cairo, as well as articles on women and the politics of transformation. Her current interests include the intersection of politics and literature, especially historical and futuristic fiction, and the symbolic politics of place and landscape, including landscape making and representations of landscapes in art and fiction.
Fall – Politics 234: Politics and Literature
Winter – Politics 239: Politics of Space and Place
Politics 121: Moral Questions and Political Choices
Politics 346: Power and Protest
Politics s31: Letters Home: The Politics of Travel and Travel Writing