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Gabriel Rubin

Associate Professor, Justice Studies

Office:
Dickson Hall 324
Email:
rubing@montclair.edu
Phone:
973-655-5319
Degrees:
BA, Temple University
PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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Welcome to my page!

I'm the Deputy Chair of the Justice Studies department.
I'm also the Chair of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences' Reform Committee.
I also serve as the Faculty Coordinator for the International Justice program.

I came to Montclair State in 2008 with a Ph.D. in Political Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

My current book project (forthcoming from Palgrave) is entitled Migration and Radicalization: Global Futures after Covid-19 examines the current world migration system and how it links to extremism worldwide.

My new book Presidential Rhetoric under Bush, Obama and Trump: Inflating and Calibrating the Terror Threat after 9/11 (Palgrave 2020) provides a sweeping and comparative approach to how the war on terrorism has been conducted in America through the three Presidents who have held the position since 9/11. Here's a link to the book: (https://www.palgrave.com/gp/book/9783030301668)

My first book Freedom and Order: How Democratic Governments Restrict Civil Liberties after Terrorist Attacks--and Why Sometimes They Don't (Lexington Books 2011) explains variation in government legislative responses to terrorism. Here's a link to the book: (https://rowman.com/ISBN/9780739164556/Freedom-and-Order-How-Democratic-Governments-Restrict-Civil-Liberties-after-Terrorist-Attacks-and-Why-Sometimes-They-Don't)

I have also published work on international human rights, terrorism and globalization, terrorist radicalization in prisons, and state failure.

Here is a link to my ResearchGate page (https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Gabriel_Rubin2)

Here is a link to my Digital Commons page (https://digitalcommons.montclair.edu/do/search/?q=gabriel%20rubin&start=0&context=9944045&facet=).

Here are some of the courses I teach:
JUST 103: Intro to International Justice
JUST 204: Perspectives in Justice Studies I
JUST 210: International Justice II
JUST 240: Statistics for Social Research
JUST 300: Research in Justice Studies
JUST 310: Theories of Justice
JUST 324: Terrorism and Social Justice
JUST 360: Rights, Liberties and American Justice
JUST 406: International Civil Conflicts
JUST 408: Justice in World Migration

Specialization

Head of College Reform Committee, 2020-
Deputy Chair, Justice Studies Department, Fall 2017 and 2018-present
Faculty Coordinator for International Justice concentration
Head of Department Personnel Advisory Committee, 2017-2019
University Senator, 2012-2018
Former Engaged Teaching Fellow (2x)

Specialties: Migration, Human Rights, Global Justice, Terrorism, Political Theory, and Civil War.

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Office Hours

Fall

Wednesday
2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Spring

Wednesday
12:00 pm - 4:45 pm

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