Alan Mond, MA
Deputy Chair, Political Science
Alan Mond holds a B.A. from Yeshiva University and an M.A. from New York University. He teaches courses on American politics, comparative and regional politics including Israel, the Middle East and Asia, and psychology and politics.
Deputy Chair Mond has been a member of the Touro faculty since 1986 and has spent thirty years as a public affairs consultant and executive for national and international Jewish organizations.
B.A. (Political Science) Yeshiva University 1972 - cum laude, departmental honors;
M.A. (Politics) New York University 1974 –University & NDEA Fellowships;
ABD (Politics) New York University
Area(s) of Expertise
American & Comparative Politics, Middle East Politics, Israel Politics, Regional Politics
Modernization, leadership & political change in the Middle East; political leadership in Israel
Adjunct faculty, Political Science, Yeshiva University 1977-1979
Strategic consulting for public & private institutions in U.S. & Israel 1977 - present.
Regular Courses Taught
Government & Politics of Israel
Middle East Politics
Politics of Asia & the Pacific Rim
Congress & the Legislative Process
Scandals & Accountability
Psychology & Politics