Anna Esselment

Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science · University of Waterloo

Anna Esselment research interests include Canadian institutions, campaigns and elections, and intergovernmental relations.

Canadian Politics Partisanship Political Parties Campaigns Canadian Institutions

Paul Musgrave

Assistant Professor of Political Science · University of Massachusetts Amherst

Paul Musgrave studies U.S. foreign policy, international relations theory, and how oil revenues change political institutions.

Elections International Relations U.S. Foregin Policy North Korea Partisanship

Tom Wong

Associate Professor of Political Science · UC San Diego

Tom K. Wong's research focuses on the politics of immigration and how it links to race, ethnicity and identity.

Immigrant Civic Engagement Interior Immigration Enforcement DACA Immigration Policy Sanctuary Policies

Chad Murphy

Associate Professor - Political Science · University of Mary Washington

An expert on many topics in the context of U.S. politics.

American Government Political Psychology Political Communication Parties and Elections

Josh Clinton

Abby and Jon Winkelried Professor of Political Science · Vanderbilt University

Polling expert who uses statistical methods to explain political processes. Co-directs the Vanderbilt Poll.

Voters Tennessee politics Polling American Politics Political polls

Shayla Nunnally, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Political Science · University of Connecticut

Expert in socio-political relations, focusing on race in politics

Race in politics Black institutions Intergroup relations and attitudes Black American partisanship Black politcal development

Chaya Crowder

Assistant Professor of Political Science & International Relations · Loyola Marymount University

Chaya Crowder is an expert in political behavior, race and ethnicity politics, social media and American politics.

American Politics Race and Politics Political Science Political Behavior Social Media

Elizabeth Zechmeister

Cornelius Vanderbilt Professor of Political Science and Director of LAPOP · Vanderbilt University

Expert in Latin American political behavior and director of the world-renowned Latin American Public Opinion Project.

Democracy Polling Latin America Comparative Politics Latin America Democracy

Corwin Smidt

Associate professor of Political Science · Michigan State University

Smidt focuses on American electoral and campaign politics, swing voters, presidential nominations, and Michigan elections.

Political behavior Political Campaigns American Politics Swing Voters

Elizabeth Larus

Professor, Political Science · University of Mary Washington

Dr. Larus is an expert in the politics of China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong

Political Science University Teaching Public Policy International Relations Foreign Policy

Peter Mucha, Ph.D.

Bowman and Gordon Gray Term Professor of Mathematics, College of Arts and Sciences · UNC at Chapel Hill

Mucha's current research focuses on the mathematical and computational study of networks, developing tools for the study of real-world data.

Data Science Networks Complex Systems Interacting Particle Systems Developing and understanding tools for the study of real-world data

Eric Gonzalez Juenke

Associate Professor of Political Science · Michigan State University

Expert in American politics.

Voting Behavior Latino Politics and Representation American Politics U.S Elections Minority Politics

Zoltan Hajnal

Professor · UC San Diego

Zoltan is a scholar of racial and ethnic politics, urban politics, immigration and political behavior.

Voter Turnout Ethnic Politics Race and American Politics Voter Suppression

Daniel Kreiss, Ph.D., M.A.

Assistant Professor, School of Media and Journalism · UNC-Chapel Hill

Kreiss’s explores how technology and social media impact the public sphere and political practice.

Campaigns Social Movements Elections Data Science Qualitative Research

Richard Fox

Professor and Associate Chair of Political Science and International Relations · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Media and Politics Introduction to American Government Courts, Law, and Society

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