The University of the Incarnate Word
Dr. Scott Dittloff is professor in the Department of Government and International Affairs at the University of the Incarnate Word. His teaching and research interests focus on human rights, Caribbean/Latin American politics, international relations, and politics and culture. Publications include “The Changing Economic Relationship: Caribbean Trade With the European Union” in Verbum Incarnatum: An Academic Journal of Social Justice, CLEP Social Sciences and History with TestWare, Workbook for American Politics (with Lydia Andrade), “Juárez: The Reflection of U.S. Values in a Historical Drama” in The Journal of Hispanic Higher Education, and numerous articles on Caribbean and Latin American politics in various reference works. Dr. Dittloff serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Social Sciences and the British Journal of Applied Science & Technology. He is Secretary and Exhibits Coordinator of the Southwest Social Science Association and served on the College Board CLEP Social Sciences and History Committee.
Human rights, Caribbean/Latin American politics, international relations, and politics and culture.