Peace and Conflict Studies
Anthony Perry has a PhD in Political Science from Wayne State University. He has held administrative and academic and administrative positions at Wayne State University and Henry Ford College. He has taught courses in Peace and Conflict Studies and Political Science. Dr. Perry has taught courses at both the undergraduate and graduate level at Wayne State and undergraduate at Henry Ford College where he currently is a tenured faculty. Over the past 3 decades he has taught a diversity of courses including: Peace and Conflict Studies (PCS 2010), Peace Making: Regional, Technological and Transnational Effects (PCS 7100), Introduction to American Government, International Law, Politics of Major Powers, International War, and World Politics. Dr. Perry is the Director of the Michigan Democracy Institute Consortium which coordinates efforts at higher education institutions and among nonprofit groups to promote Civic Education and Engagement. Dr. Perry's research has ranged from the study of Ethnic conflict to the importance of democratic education in promoting and fostering civil society.