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|Elkins, Zachary||Government||Professor Elkins’ research focuses on issues of democracy, institutional reform, research methods, and national identity, with an emphasis on cases in Latin America. He is currently completing a …|
|Enelow, James||Government||formal theory, spatial theory, game theory, Texas political history|
|Findley, Michael||Government||Findley's research and teaching address civil wars, terrorism, and development. He uses field experiments, statistical and computational models, and some interviews. He conducts ongoing fieldwork …|
|Freeman, Gary||Center for Asian American Studies; Government||The politics of immigration; comparative social policy; politics in western democracies; understanding the form of immigration politics in different countries and explaining the integration strategies …|
|Gholz, Charles||Government; LBJ School of Public Affairs||U.S. foreign policy; national security policy; energy security; oil industry; aerospace and defense industries; military innovation|
|Givens, Terri||John L. Warfield Center for African and African American Studies; Government||Radical right parties; Immigration politics; and the Politics of race in Europe.|
|Greene, Kenneth||Government; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies||Political parties, elections, and voting behavior; Mexican politics; Latin American politics; research methods; comparative democratization. I am currently Principal Investigator on the Mexico 2012 …|
|Gregg, Benjamin||Center for European Studies; Government; Plan II Honors Program||RESEARCH INTERESTS: Social integration in complex modern societies; problems and prospects of contemporary forms of justice, including human rights; coping with value pluralism within democratic …|
|Hart, Roderick||Communication Studies; Government||Politics and the mass media; media and politics; presidential studies; rhetorical analysis; American government|
|Higley, John||Edward A. Clark Center for Australian and New Zealand Studies; Government; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies||General comparative politics, comparative historical political sociology, the comparative study of political elites, politics in Australia and New Zealand|