Our faculty are active scholars who are well known in their fields of expertise. Below is a list of recent publications by government department faculty.
Research Articles and Book Chapters:
Kempin Reuter, Tina. 2009. “Dealing with Claims of Ethnic Minorities in International Law.” Connecticut Journal of International Law 24:201-237.
Kraxberger, Brennan. 2009. “Negotiations of ‘Tradition' in Nigeria : Creation of States, the Military, and Local Domains.” Journal of Asian and African Studies 44: 449-467.
Carlson, Peter M. 2009. “Managing the Mentally Ill from a Correctional Administrator's Perspective” in T. Gagan and R. Ax, eds., Correctional Mental Health: From Theory to Best Practice. Thousand Oaks, CA : Sage Publications.
Thro, William E. and Charles J. Russo. 2009. “Parents Involved in Community Schools v. Seattle School District No. 1: An Overview with Reflections for Urban Schools.” Education in Urban Society 41: 529.
Charles J. Russo and William E. Thro. 2009 “Higher Education Implications of Parents Involved in Community Schools.” Journal of College & University Law 35: 239.
Busch, Nathan E. 2008. “International Duties and Natural Law: A Comparison of Grotius and Plato.” Interpretation: A Journal of Political Philosophy 35: 153-182.
Kidd, Quentin. 2008. “The Real (lack of) Difference Between Republicans and Democrats: A Computer Word Score Analysis of Party Platforms, 1996-2004.” PS: Political Science and Politics 41: 591-525.
Carlson, Peter M. 2008. “A View from the 21st Century: The WPAC and the DPA” in Doctoral Education at the Washington Public Affairs Center. Bloomington, NY: Universe Publications.
Camobreco, John F. and Michelle A. Barnello. 2008. “Democratic Responsiveness and Policy Shock: The Case of State Abortion Policy.” State Politics and Policy Quarterly 8: 48-65.
Rizova, Tatiana P. and George Tsebelis. 2007. “Presidential Conditional Agenda Setting in the Former Communist Countries.” Comparative Political Studies 40: 1144-1182.
Kraxberger, Brennan. 2007. “Failed States: Temporary Obstacles to Democratic Diffusion or Fundamental Holes in the World Political Map?” Third World Quarterly 28: 1055-1071.
Green, Gary S. 2007. “Maximizing Organizational Sociology as a Compliance Initiative.” Compliance and Ethics 4: 10-14.
Barnello, Michelle A. and Kathleen A. Bratton. 2007. “Bridging the Gender Gap in Bill Sponsorship.” Legislative Studies Quarterly 32: 449-474.
Kidd, Quentin, Herman Diggs, Mehreen Farooq, and Megan Murray. 2007. “Black Voters, Black Candidates, and Social Issues: Does Party Identification Matter?” Social Studies Quarterly 88: 165-176.