Sharon L. Wolchik

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Sharon L. Wolchik

Professor of Political Science and International Affairs



Office Phone: (202) 994-7524
Fax: (202) 994-5436
1957 E St. 412

Dr. Wolchik is currently doing research on the role of women in the transition to post-communist rule in Central and Eastern Europe, as well as on ethnic issues in post-communist societies, the development of party systems in the Czech Lands and in Slovakia, and other aspects of mass-elite relations in Central and Eastern Europe.

Central and East European politics and policy making, comparative politics of Central/Eastern Europe.

PSC 2331 - Comparative Politics of Central and Eastern Europe

PSC 6364 - Comparative Governments and Politics of Central and Eastern Europe

PSC 6465 - The International Politics of Central and Eastern Europe

In addition to Women and Democracy: Latin America and Central and Eastern Europe and The Social Legacy of Communism, which she co-edited, Professor Wolchik is the author of Czechoslovakia in Transition: Politics, Economics, and Society, and co-editor of Domestic and Foreign Policy in Eastern Europe in the 1980s and Women, State and Party in Eastern Europe.

Ph.D., University of Michigan

M.A., Indiana University

B.A., Syracuse University