Nicholas Damask

Resident Faculty

Biography

Nicholas Damask received his MA in International Relations from The American University in Washington DC and his BA and PhD in Political Science from the University of Cincinnati, where he concentrated in American Political Thought and Contemporary Political Violence. He was a Salvatori Fellow at The Heritage Foundation, Washington DC. Dr. Damask has published numerous articles in academic journals, as well as in The Washington Times, World & I magazine, and several local newspapers. Dr. Damask also enjoys science fiction and is the author of the St. James Press’ Encyclopedia of Popular Culture entry for “Star Wars.” He has taught Political Science at Scottsdale Community College for the last 24 years, where he currently teaches American National Government, Issues in American Politics, World Politics, Political Ideologies, and the US and Arizona Constitutions.

Courses

Course # Class Section Semester Course Title Course Syllabus
POS115 20650 Fall 2021 Issues in American Politics POS115, Issues in American Politics syllabus
POS210 20677 Fall 2021 Political Ideologies POS210, Political Ideologies syllabus
POS220 20873 Fall 2021 U.S. & Arizona Constitution POS220, The US and AZ Constitutions syllabus
POS220 21553 Fall 2021 U.S. & Arizona Constitution POS220, The US and AZ Constitutions syllabus
POS110 31089 Spring 2022 American National Government
POS115 31090 Spring 2022 Issues in American Politics
POS120 31173 Spring 2022 World Politics
POS210 31399 Spring 2022 Political Ideologies
POS220 31298 Spring 2022 U.S. & Arizona Constitution
POS220 31709 Spring 2022 U.S. & Arizona Constitution
POS220 34094 Spring 2022 U.S. & Arizona Constitution