Visiting Assistant Professor of Government
|Title||Visiting Assistant Professor|
|Work Location||314 Dudley Coe Building|
Ph.D. University of California-Davis
Marc Scarcelli is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Government who teaches international relations, with a focus on security topics. He researches, and has published on, the causes of modern civil wars as well as the issue of refugees. His most current research project examines the potential for environmental crises to cause both civil wars and refugee flows. Before coming to Bowdoin, he taught at Ohio University and at the University of California, Davis.
“Religious Identity and Civil Conflict in Africa.” in Keller, Edmond, ed., Religious Ideas and Institutions and Transitions to Democracy in Africa. Pretoria: University of South Africa Press, 2012.
“Migrant Smuggling and the Violence Question: Evolving Illicit Migration Markets for Cuban and Haitian Refugees.” Crime, Law, and Social Change, 52:3 September 2009 (with David Kyle).
Climate Refugees in the Age of Mercury. Under contract with Polity Press (Cambridge, UK) (with David Kyle).
“Civil War Onset: The Interaction of Identity and Inequality Within a Two-Stage Process.” Under review.
“Resource Scarcity, Environmental Degradation, and Civil War Onset.” Working paper.