Joe B. Jimmeh, Ph.D.

Assistant Dean for Administration, College of Arts & Sciences
Assistant Professor, Political Science
Department of History & Political Science
College of Arts & Sciences
Office Phone: (334)724-4495/ (334) 421-1434
Office Location: John A Kenney Hall, Room 70-102

Research Fields:
  • International/Comparative Politics
  • Public Administrative/ Public Policy
  • Development Issues
  • Dr. Lisa Bratton
    Tuskegee University
  • Immauel Ness
    Brooklyn College, CUNY
  • Dr. Godfrey Vincent
    Tuskegee University

Biographical Sketch:

With educational background in the Social Sciences (Economics, Politics, History, Sociology, and Public Administration), Dr. Jimmeh obtained his PhD in International Relations from Syracuse University. Current research is on Liberia, Africa, and Comparative Perspectives on Public Administration and Public Policy.

Representative Publications:
  1. Jimmeh, Joe. "Imperialism and Anti-Imperialism in Liberia: The Struggle for Territorial Integrity, Sovereignty, and Democracy," Palgrave Encyclopedia on Imperialism and Anti-Imperialism. New York: Palgrave MacMillan, 2015
  2. Jimmeh, Joe, Lisa Bratton and Godfrey T. Vincent. South Africa: Past, Present and Future. San Diego, California: Cognella Academic Publishing, 2014.
  3. Jimmeh, Joe; Vincent, Godfrey. Contending Perspectives on Neoliberal Globalization (2014). Cognella Academic Publishing, San Diego, CA.
  4. Jimmeh, Joe. “Comparative Social Development: The Use of Symbols by African and African-American Elites.” Journal of Alabama Academy of Service (1990)
  5. Jimmeh, Joe. “Development as a Social Problem” in selected Social Problems and Issues (Copley, 1988)