James Strohman

Lecturer of International Studies


Dept:World Languages And Cultures
Office:3102 Pearson
505 Morrill Rd.
Ames IA


James Strohman has been teaching at Iowa State University since 2007. At the collegiate level, he has taught Intro to International Studies, American Government, State and Local Government, Comparative Politics, Public Policy, Environmental Politics and Policy, Management in the Public Sector, Management of Non-profit Organizations, Politics of Terrorism, Intro to Criminal Justice and Constitutional Law. James previously worked for the Iowa Department of Justice, Office of the Attorney General, for 25 years, served a term as a Story County Supervisor, serves on the Iowa Employment Appeal Board, and previously served on multiple boards and commissions for both the state of Iowa and county government. James and his wife, Kristin Peyton, have four children: Isaac (Iowa 2013) Ambrose (Arizona State University 2016) Stella Maris (ISU 2018 and a member of the ISU Women's Soccer Team from 2014-2018) and Endylion (ISU and currently a study abroad student in Florence.)