Political Science Faculty
Jonathan T. Hiskey (email)
Associate Professor of Political Science, (Ph.D. 1999, University of Pittsburgh). Political economy of local development in Mexico, development implications of political transitions taking place across Latin America. Currently completing a book manuscript on the development consequences of Mexico’s recent political transition.
Assistant Professor of Political Science, (Ph.D. 2008, Duke University). Faculty Affiliate, Research on Individuals, Politics, & Society Lab; & Latin American Public Opinion Project. Political Psychology; Public Opinion; Race, Ethnicity, and Politics.
Mitchell A. Seligson (email)
Centennial Professor of Political Science (Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh); Director, Latin American Public Opinion Project (LAPOP), Professor of Sociology (by courtesy). Democratization, Latin American politics, political economy of development, peasant politics, land tenure.
Elizabeth Zechmeister (email)
Associate Professor of Political Science and Associate Director of LAPOP (Ph.D. Duke University). Comparative political participation and voting behavior in Mexico, Peru and throughout Latin America; the significance of “left” and “right” in Latin America; the use of experiments in political science research.