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Walter Casey

I teach a varied number of courses in political science, with all having a broad theme of political behavior.

My teaching and research interests include not only behaviour generally, but also specific areas such as the politics of gender; political violence (civil war, terrorism, revolution); voting and electoral behavior; and institutional behaviors: IPE, EU politics, and state level actions in western and eastern Europe and southwest Asia.

Another area I find fascinationg is the intersection of politics and education; specifically devolved educational policy and the effects such has on education; and the place teaching politics has in the broader research arena. I also enjoy the intersections of politics and culture: literature, music, film, religion.

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Fall 2014 Office Hours: M/W 1500-1600, M 10:00-12:00 

wcasey@tamut.edu     903.334.6664    Last Updated 11.09.14