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Sean Foreman, PhD

Associate Professor of Political Science

Sean Foreman

Sean Foreman earned a B.A. in Political Science from Clarion University of Pennsylvania. He received his M.A. in International Studies from Florida International University (FIU) with a graduate certificate from the Latin American and Caribbean Center. In 2003, Foreman earned his doctoral degree in Political Science from FIU.

Dr. Foreman has taught American Government, State and Local Government, Public Policy and Administration, American Political Parties and Elections, Congress, Presidency, American Political Institutions, Political Theory, Religion in American Politics, and Leadership in Public Purpose Organizations at Barry. He is the advisor to the College Democrats, College Republicans, and Model United Nations student clubs and serves on a number of university committees.

Dr. Foreman is quoted in publications around the world and has been interviewed on numerous radio and television stations. He is a regular panelist on WPBT-TV’s “Issues” and often on local news stations including WIOD News Radio 610. Dr. Foreman hosts his own political talk show called “World of Politics” each Monday from 1-2 p.m. on Barry’s WBRY 1640 AM.

Research interests include U.S. politics and elections, state and local government, and the politics and economics of sports. Dr. Foreman is the co-editor of The Roads to Congress 2010 (Lexington Press, 2011) and The Roads to Congress 2012 (Lexington Press, 2012) and author of chapters on congressional and presidential elections in various books. Foreman’s co-edited book Local Politics and Mayoral Elections in 21st Century America: The Keys to City Hall (Taylor & Francis 2014) is part of the Routledge Research in Urban Politics and Policy Series. His article “Top 10 Reasons Why Barack Obama Won the Presidency in 2008 and What it Means in the 2012 Election,” was published in the Florida Political Chronicle. Dr. Foreman was president of the Florida Political Science Association in 2012 and remains an executive board member.

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