Barbara Hufker, MA

Hufker



Adjunct Professor of International Relations Online Program
hufker@webster.edu 

 

 

Education

Graduate Certificate in International Studies, University of Missouri, Saint Louis, 1989
MA (American and African History), University of Missouri, Saint Louis, 1987

Areas of Interest

International Relations Theory Concerning Questions of War and Diplomacy
African Political History and Development
Globalization and Sovereignty

Biography

Prof. Barbara Hufker is an Adjunct Professor of International Relations in the Online Program at Webster University. She teaches a variety of graduate online courses for which she designed the content including War and Diplomacy, African Area Studies, and Sovereignty. In addition, she has taught undergraduate courses covering topics on Human Rights, History, and Political Science at Webster. She has helped design for Webster two of the undergraduate Keystone courses, Global Gender Rights and International Human Trafficking. Prof. Hufker will be teaching Global Gender Rights in coming semesters. She frequently gives presentations at Webster, Florissant Valley Community College, and for the World Affairs Council on topics which include Globalization and Africa. She also teaches American and African History at Florissant Valley Community College.