Layton J. Mandle

Layton J. Mandle

PhD Candidate
Part-Time Lecturer

laytonmandle@wayne.edu

Curriculum vitae

Layton J. Mandle

Department

 Political Science

Research interest(s)/area of expertise

 International Relations, Theories of War, Arms Trade

Education

  • MSc. International Relations, University of Edinburgh 2019
  • B.A. Criminal Justice, Saginaw Valley State University 2016

Awards and grants

 Rumble Fellowship (2019-2020), Department of Political Science, Wayne State University

Selected publications

 Under Review

 

Layton Mandle and Frederic Pearson. International Arms Trade and Transfers: Rising Producers, Advanced Technology, and Adapting Regulations.

 

Currently teaching

PLSC 112 American Government (Eastern Michigan University)

PLSC 120 Global Issues (Eastern Michigan University)

PLSC 210 Introduction to Political Analysis (Eastern Michigan University)

PLS 112 Introduction to American Government (Washtenaw Community College)

GTA CRJ 2650 Gender and Crime

GTA  CRJ 1010 Introduction to Criminal Justice

Courses taught

 PS 1010 American Government (Fall 2021 )

PS 1030 The American Governmental System (Winter 2022, Summer 2022)

GTA  PS 1010 American Government (Fall 2020-Summer 2021)

GTA CRJ 1010 Introduction to Criminal Justice (Fall 2021)

GTA CRJ 2550 Race, Crime, and Justice (Winter 2022)