- Ph.D., Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University, 1988
- B.A. St. Lawrence University, 1983
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Dr. Hulme is an innovative leader in experiential learning, directing Alma’s nationally recognized Model UN team and offering undergraduate students on-site research opportunities at the Kennedy presidential library. His research focuses on politics and sports (Moscow, Afghanistan, and the 1980 US Olympic Boycott), international terrorism (Palestinian Terrorism and US Foreign Policy; The Domestic Politics of Terrorism: Lessons from the Clinton Administration), and US Foreign Policy (Palestinian Terrorism and US Foreign Policy, 1969-1977: Dynamics of Response.)
The Domestic Politics of Terrorism: Lessons from the Clinton Administration. 2019. Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books, Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group.
“Why the 2020 US Presidential election is the world’s most important
election in the last 200 years.” Invited presentation—Shiv Nadar Schools, New Delhi, India, August 2020.
“Exploiting “Rally ‘Round the Flag”: Clinton and the Domestic Politics of Terrorism.” Invited presentation—Osgood Center for International Studies. Washington, D.C., May 2020.
“The System Works, Just Not for Us.” Invited presentation-The People 2019 National Assembly, National Archives. Washington, D.C., May 2019.
“The Greatest Challenge: Climate Change in the 21st century.” Invited presentation—Michigan Fine Arts and Speakers Showcase series. Alma, MI, May 2019.
“The Domestic Politics of Terrorism: Lessons from the Clinton Administration.” Midwest Political Science Association Conference, Chicago, IL, April 2019.
“Simulations and Games in the Classroom.” Roundtable. Midwest Political Science Association Conference, Chicago, IL, April 2019.
“Model United Nations: Experiential Political Science Education in the Age of Trump.” Presented at the Michigan Political Science Association Conference, East Lansing, MI, October 2018.
2019 Shiv Nadar Schools, New Delhi, India—Model UN conferences ($27,500)
2018 Shiv Nadar Schools, New Delhi, India—Model UN conferences ($19,500)
2017 Shiv Nadar Schools, New Delhi, India—Model UN conferences ($15,000)
Other recent accomplishments:
2020 National Model UN conference: 21 “outstanding position paper” awards
2020 Midwest Model UN conference: 2 “outstanding delegation” awards
I have led Alma College Model UN students to New Delhi, India, every summer since 2013 (with the exception of 2020) to direct two high school Model UN conferences.