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1 Timothy T. Hellwig Department of Political Science Indiana University 1100 E. Seventh Street Bloomington, IN 47405 USA [email protected] sites.google.com/view/thellwig twitter: @HellwigT tel: 812-855-3519 ORCiD 0000-0003-2562-8315 Professional Experience Academic Director, IU Europe Gateway, 2019- Professor of Political Science, Indiana University, 2016- Adjunct Professor of International Studies, Indiana University, 2016- Henry Remak Professor of European Studies, 2017-2020 Director of Graduate Studies, Political Science, Indiana University, 2017-2019 Director, Institute for European Studies, Indiana University, 2013-2016 Associate Professor of Political Science, Indiana University, 2012-2016 Visiting Fellow, The Australian National University, 2015 Visiting Researcher, Swedish National Election Studies, University of Gothenburg, 2013 Assistant Professor of Political Science, Indiana University, 2009-2012 Director, Social Science Data Lab, University of Houston, 2006-2009 Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Houston, 2004-2009 Visiting Fellow, Department of Government, University of Essex, 2003 Research Assistant, Managing Editor, International Foundation for Election Systems, 1998-2001 Education Ph.D., Political Science, University of Minnesota, 2004 M.A., International Affairs, American University, 1997 B.A., Political Science, St. Cloud State University, 1995 Publications A. Books and Edited Volumes Timothy Hellwig, Yesola Kweon, and Jack Vowles. 2020. Democracy Under Siege? Parties, Voters, and Elections after the Great Recession. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Ernesto Calvo and Timothy Hellwig, eds. 2017. Fat Politics, Lean Politics: Parties and Elections in Good and Bad Times. Special Symposium in Electoral Studies 45: 161-229. Timothy Hellwig. 2014. Globalization and Mass Politics: Retaining the Room to Maneuver. New York: Cambridge University Press (Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics). B. Journal Articles Ryan E. Carlin, Timothy Hellwig, Gregory J. Love, Cecilia Martinez-Gallardo, and Matthew M. Singer. Forthcoming. “When Growth is Not Enough: Inequality, Policy Positions, and Presidential Approval.” Political Science Research and Methods

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Timothy HellwigProfessor of Political Science, Indiana University, 2016-
Adjunct Professor of International Studies, Indiana University, 2016-
Henry Remak Professor of European Studies, 2017-2020
Director of Graduate Studies, Political Science, Indiana University, 2017-2019
Director, Institute for European Studies, Indiana University, 2013-2016
Associate Professor of Political Science, Indiana University, 2012-2016
Visiting Fellow, The Australian National University, 2015
Visiting Researcher, Swedish National Election Studies, University of Gothenburg, 2013
Assistant Professor of Political Science, Indiana University, 2009-2012
Director, Social Science Data Lab, University of Houston, 2006-2009
Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Houston, 2004-2009
Visiting Fellow, Department of Government, University of Essex, 2003
Research Assistant, Managing Editor, International Foundation for Election Systems, 1998-2001
Education
M.A., International Affairs, American University, 1997
B.A., Political Science, St. Cloud State University, 1995
Publications
A. Books and Edited Volumes
Timothy Hellwig, Yesola Kweon, and Jack Vowles. 2020. Democracy Under Siege? Parties,
Voters, and Elections after the Great Recession. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Ernesto Calvo and Timothy Hellwig, eds. 2017. Fat Politics, Lean Politics: Parties and
Elections in Good and Bad Times. Special Symposium in Electoral Studies 45: 161-229.
Timothy Hellwig. 2014. Globalization and Mass Politics: Retaining the Room to Maneuver.
New York: Cambridge University Press (Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics).
B. Journal Articles
Ryan E. Carlin, Timothy Hellwig, Gregory J. Love, Cecilia Martinez-Gallardo, and Matthew M.
Singer. Forthcoming. “When Growth is Not Enough: Inequality, Policy Positions, and
Presidential Approval.” Political Science Research and Methods
Ryan E. Carlin, Timothy Hellwig, Gregory J. Love, Cecilia Martinez-Gallardo, and Matthew M.
Singer. Forthcoming. “When does the Public Get It Right? The Information Environment and the
Accuracy of Economic Sentiment.” Comparative Political Studies
Jane Green, Timothy Hellwig, and Edward Fieldhouse. Forthcoming. “Who Gets What: The
Economy, Relative Gains, and Brexit.” British Journal of Political Science
Lawrence Ezrow, Timothy Hellwig, and Michele Fenzl. 2020. “Responsiveness, If You Can
Afford It: Government Responsiveness to the Public in Good and Bad Economic Times.” The
Journal of Politics 82(3): 1166-1170.
Ryan E. Carlin and Timothy Hellwig. 2020. “The World Economy, Political Control, and
Presidential Success.” The Journal of Politics 82(2): 786-799.
Ryan E. Carlin and Timothy Hellwig. 2019. “Policy Regimes and Economic Accountability in
Latin America.” Comparative Political Studies 52(13-14): 2032-2060.
Timothy Hellwig and Ian McAllister. 2019. “Party Positions, Asset Ownership, and Economic
Voting.” Political Studies 67(4): 912–931.
* blogged at the LSE British Politics and Policy blog
Timothy Hellwig and Ian McAllister. 2018. “The Impact of Economic Assets on Party Choice in
Australia.” Journal of Elections, Public Opinion & Parties 28(4): 516-534.
* featured in The Australian newspaper, 28 October 2017
Ryan E. Carlin, Jonathan Hartlyn, Timothy Hellwig, Gregory J. Love, Cecilia Martínez-
Gallardo, and Matthew M. Singer. 2018. “Public Support for Latin American Presidents: The
Cyclical Model in Comparative Perspective.” Research & Politics 5(3) DOI:
10.1177/2053168018787690
Sumit Ganguly, Timothy Hellwig, and William R. Thompson. 2017. “The Foreign Policy
Attitudes of Indian Elites: Variance, Structure, and Common Denominators.” Foreign Policy
Analysis 13(2): 416-438.
Ernesto Calvo, Kiyoung Chang, and Timothy Hellwig. 2017. “The Valence Gap: Economic
Cycles, Perceptions of Competence, and the Party System.” Electoral Studies 45: 163-172.
Timothy Hellwig and Abdulkader Sinno. 2017. “Different Groups, Different Threats: Public
Attitudes toward Immigrants.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 43(3): 339-358.
Timothy Hellwig and Yesola Kweon. 2016. “Taking Cues on Multidimensional Issues: The Case
of Attitudes toward Immigration.” West European Politics 39(4): 710-730.
Timothy Hellwig and Ian McAllister. 2016. “Does the Economy Matter? Economic Perceptions
and the Vote in Australia.” Australian Journal of Political Science 51(2):236-254.
Timothy Hellwig and Dani M. Marinova. 2015. “More Misinformed than Myopic: Economic
Retrospections and the Voter’s Time Horizon.” Political Behavior 37(4): 865-887.
* blogged at the LSE US Centre’s daily blog
Lawrence Ezrow and Timothy Hellwig. 2015. “The Hidden Cost of Consensus: How
Coordinated Market Economies Insulate Politics.” Research and Politics 2(4) DOI:
10.1177/2053168015612247
Lawrence Ezrow and Timothy Hellwig. 2014. “Responding to Voters or Responding to Markets?
Political Parties and Public Opinion in an Era of Globalization.” International Studies Quarterly
58(4): 816-827.
* blogged at WAPO’s Monkey Cage
Ernesto Calvo, Kiyoung Chang, and Timothy Hellwig. 2014. “Beyond Assimilation and
Contrast: Information Effects, Ideological Magnification, and the Vote.” Electoral Studies 36:
94-106.
Timothy Hellwig. 2014. “The Structure of Issue Voting in Postindustrial Democracies.” The
Sociological Quarterly 55(4): 596-624.
Timothy Hellwig. 2014. “Balancing Demands: The World Economy and the Composition of
Policy Preferences.” The Journal of Politics 76(1): 1-14.
Nicholas Clark and Timothy Hellwig. 2012. “Information Effects and Mass Support for EU
Policy Control.” European Union Politics 13(4): 535-557.
Timothy Hellwig. 2012. “Constructing Accountability: Party Position-Taking and Economic
Voting.” Comparative Political Studies 45(1): 92-119.
Timothy Hellwig and Eva Coffey. 2011. “Public Opinion, Party Messages, and Responsibility
for the Financial Crisis in Britain.” Electoral Studies 30(3): 417-426.
Isabella Alcañiz and Timothy Hellwig. 2011. “Who’s to Blame? The Distribution of
Responsibility in Developing Democracies.” British Journal of Political Science 41(2): 389-411.
* blogged at Duck of Minerva
Ernesto Calvo and Timothy Hellwig. 2011. “Centripetal and Centrifugal Incentives under
Different Electoral Systems.” American Journal of Political Science. 55(1): 27-41.
* recipient of APSA’s Lawrence Longley Award for the Best Article Published on
Representation and Electoral Systems in the previous year
David Samuels and Timothy Hellwig. 2010. “Elections and Accountability for the Economy: A
Conceptual and Empirical Reassessment.” Journal of Elections, Public Opinion & Parties 20(4):
393-419.
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Timothy Hellwig, Anna Mikulska, and Burcu Gezgor. 2010. “Perceptions of Policy Choice in
Contemporary Democracies.” European Journal of Political Research. 49(5): 705-30.
Timothy Hellwig, Eve Ringsmuth and John R. Freeman. 2008. “The American Public and the
Room to Maneuver: Responsibility Attributions and Policy Efficacy in an Era of Globalization.”
International Studies Quarterly 52(4): 855-80.
Timothy Hellwig. 2008. “Globalization, Policy Constraints and Vote Choice.” The Journal of
Politics 70(4): 1128-41.
* recipient of British Politics Group James B. Christoph Award for best conference paper
presented by a junior faculty member
Timothy Hellwig. 2008. “Explaining the Salience of Left-Right Ideology in Postindustrial
Democracies: The Role of Structural Economic Change.” European Journal of Political
Research 47(6): 687-709.
Timothy Hellwig and David Samuels. 2008. “Electoral Accountability and the Variety of
Democratic Regimes.” British Journal of Political Science 38(1): 65-90.
Timothy Hellwig. 2007. “Economic Openness, Policy Uncertainty, and the Dynamics of
Government Support.” Electoral Studies 26(4): 772-86.
Timothy Hellwig and David Samuels. 2007. “Voting in Open Economies: The Electoral
Consequences of Globalization.” Comparative Political Studies 40(3): 283-306.
Timothy Hellwig. 2007. “Globalization and Perceptions of Policy Maker Competence: Evidence
from France.” Political Research Quarterly 60(1): 146-58.
Timothy Hellwig. 2005. “The Origins of Unemployment Insurance in Britain: A Cross-Class
Alliance Approach.” Social Science History 19(1): 107-36.
Timothy Hellwig. 2001. “Interdependence, Government Constraints, and Economic Voting.” The
Journal of Politics 63(4): 1141-62.
C. Book Chapters
Democracies. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Timothy Hellwig and Dani M. Marinova. 2017. “Dead Ends and New Paths in the Study of
Economic Voting.” In William R. Thompson et al., eds., Oxford Research Encyclopedia of
Politics. New York: Oxford University Press. DOI: 10.1093/acrefore/9780190228637.013.190
Timothy Hellwig. 2016. “The Supply-Side of Electoral Politics: How Globalization Matters for
Party Strategies.” In Jack Vowles and Georgios Xezonakis, eds., Globalization and Domestic
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ISBN: 9780198757986
Ian Anson and Timothy Hellwig. 2015. “Economic Models of Voting.” In Robert Scott and
Stephen Kosslyn, eds., Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Hoboken, NJ:
John Wiley & Sons.
Ernesto Calvo, Timothy Hellwig, and Kiyoung Chang. 2013. “A Heteroscedastic Spatial Model
of the Vote: A Model with Application to the United States.” In Norman Schofield, Gonzalo
Caballero, and Daniel Kselman, eds., Advances in Political Economy: Institutions, Modelling
and Empirical Analysis. Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, pp. 351-368.
Timothy Hellwig. 2011. “Context, Information, and Performance Voting.” In Russell J. Dalton
and Christopher J. Anderson, eds., Citizens, Context, and Choice: How Context Shapes Citizens’
Electoral Choices. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 149-175.
Timothy Hellwig. 2010. “Elections and the Economy.” In Lawrence LeDuc, Richard G. Niemi,
and Pippa Norris, eds., Comparing Democracies 3: Elections and Voting in Global Perspective.
London: Sage, pp. 184-201.
Timothy Hellwig. 2016. “Critical Dialogue: Affluence, Austerity, and Electoral Change in
Britain. By Paul Whiteley, Harold D. Clarke, David Sanders, and Marianne C. Stewart.”
Perspectives on Politics 14(1): 195-201. http://www.politicalsciencenow.com/critical-dialogue-
affluence-austerity-and-electoral-change-in-britain/
Timothy Hellwig. 2009. “Review of West European Politics in the Age of Globalization. By
Hanspeter Kriesi et al. (2008)” Perspectives on Politics 7(3): 696-97.
Timothy Hellwig. 2009. “Book Review of Gerring. J and S.C. Thacker (2008). A Centripetal
Theory of Democratic Governance.” Comparative Political Studies 42(7): 998-1001.
Timothy Hellwig. 2007. “Beyond Seattle: Globalization and Public Opinion.” Review of Jane
Duckett and William L. Miller, The Open Economy and its Enemies: Public Attitudes in East
Asia and Eastern Europe. International Studies Review 9(3): 481-83.
Timothy Hellwig. 2007. “Review of Andrew Gelman and Jennifer Hill, Data Analysis Using
Regression and Multilevel/Hierarchical Models.” The Political Methodologist 15(1): 14-17.
Timothy Hellwig. 1998. “Politics, Monetary Policy, and Technocracy: The Role of State
Bureaucracy in Financial Reform.” Swords and Ploughshares 8(2): 77-81.
Timothy Hellwig. 1998. “Review of The Currency of Ideas by McNamara.” British Politics
Group Newsletter no. 94.
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Timothy Hellwig. 2010. “From Prosperity to Austerity: Europe and Economic Crisis.” West
Exchange Newsletter Dec., pp. 3-5.
Demographic Study of Texas Lottery Players 2008 (lead author of University of Houston Center
for Public Policy report to Texas Lottery Commission)
Timothy Hellwig and Anna Mikulska. 2008. “The American Presidency in Comparative
Perspective.” Chapter for inclusion in Institutions, Policy, and American Government text,
Department of Political Science, University of Houston.
Timothy Hellwig. 2007. “Political Attitudes and the French Presidential Campaign: No Longer
the Stalled Electorate?” APSA European Politics and Society Newsletter 6(1): 17-19.
Timothy Hellwig. 2007. “Statistical Analysis of Budget Data, City of Houston Public Works.”
University of Houston Center for Public Policy.
Grant Activity
Tobias Center Course Development Grant, Indiana University, 2020. $2980
College of Arts and Sciences Course Development Grant, Indiana University, 2020.
$2000
Gateway Seed Grant, Office of the Vice President for International Affairs, Indiana
University, 2020. $6046
2016. $500
Swedish Research Council, “Public Responsiveness to Democratic Governance: How
Does the Quality of Democracy Matter for Citizen Evaluations of Elites?” 328,560 SEK
requested to home institution (with Ryan Carlin and Georgios Xezonakis) 2017. Denied.
European Union Erasmus+ Programme, Indiana University Jean Monnet Centre of
Excellence (574650-EPP-1-2016-1-US-EPPJMO-CoE), 2016-2019. €99,384
Ostrom Grant, Indiana University College of Arts and Sciences, 2016. $6335
Indiana University Institute for Advanced Study Visiting Scholar Grant, 2015. $3000
Australian National University Research School for Social Sciences (RSSS) Visiting
Fellowship, 2015. A$10,000
Georgia State University Center for International Business Education and Research
(CIBER) seed grant for “The Mass Political Consequences of Economic Reform in Latin
America” (with Ryan Carlin), 2013. $4998
IU European Union Center Grant for Webinar “A History of Integration in Europe: From
Coal and Steel to Monetary Union”. Sponsored by funds from the European Union.
Spring 2011. €400.
“Muslims, Immigration, and Public Opinion in the United Kingdom,” British Election
Study Continuous Monitoring Survey funded by the Economic and Social Research
Council, UK (with Abdulkader Sinno), 2011. ~$3000
Mellon Foundation Travel Grant, Indiana University West European Studies Center,
2011. $500
Conference and Workshop Grant for “European Responses to Economic Crisis: Lessons
for the U.S.,” Office for the Vice President for International Affairs, spring 2011. $2000
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the Functions of Democratic Elections?” PI, Dani Marinova Co-PI. National Science
Foundation, 2011. $6803
Language Grant, Indiana University Center for West European Studies, summer 2010.
$3700
National Science Foundation Grant SES-0819570. August 2008–July 2011. $254,578
Travel Grant, University of Houston Provost’s Faculty Travel Fund, June 2008. $750
Travel Grant, Political Studies Association Conference, Swansea, 2008. £1000
University of Houston Small Grant, summer 2008. $3000
New Faculty Research Grant, University of Houston, summer 2006. $6000
Graduate Research Partnership Program, University of Minnesota College of Liberal
Arts, 2004 (with David Samuels). $6270
National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant (SES-0241824),
2003. $9300
Larson Fellowship in Political Economy, University of Minnesota Department of
Political Science, 2001-02. $13,500
Awards and Recognitions
Henry H. H. Remak Professorship, Indiana University College of Arts and Sciences,
2017-2020
American Political Science Association Lawrence Longley Award for Best Article on
Representation and Electoral Systems, 2012
Multiple mentions, faculty member who “assisted in achieving academic goals,”
Undergraduate Exit Survey, College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, University of
Houston, 2009
British Politics Group James B. Christoph Award for best conference paper presented by
a junior faculty member, 2006.
Invited Presentations
Université de Lausanne, Switzerland, 28 February 2020
Oxford University, Nuffield College, 22 January 2020
Susquehanna University, 10 September 2019
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Grup de Recerca en Democràcia, Eleccions i
Ciutadania, 27 June 2019
University of Mississippi, 22 March 2019
Koç University, Istanbul, 2 October 2018
University of York, 26 April 2017
Université de Montréal, 2-3 December 2016
University of Texas at Austin, 28 October 2016
Indiana State University, 15 September 2016
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McGill University, European Union Centre for Excellence, 5 February 2016
University of Maryland, 21 May 2015
The Australian National University, 26 March 2015
Vanderbilt University, 19 November 2014
University of Gothenburg, 26 November 2013
Georgia State University Center for International Business and Education Research
(CIBER), 27 September 2013
Columbia University, Conference on Responsiveness, Representation, and Democracy, 8-
9 March 2013
University of California San Diego, International Relations Speaker Series, 23 January
2013
Party Competition: Cross-National Comparisons,” July 2012
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, European Union Center for Excellence
conference on the European Parliament, 24 May 2012
Juan March Institute, Madrid, 27-28 April 2012
Marie Curie Actions Workshop: “Downgraded Democracy? Globalization and Mass
Politics,” Strand Palace Hotel, London, 28 January 2012
Aarhus University, Department of Political Science. 28 November 2011
Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies, Princeton University, 24
February 2011
University of Exeter, Workshop on “Does Globalization Make a Difference?” 17-18 June
2010
University of Essex, Department of Government. 27 May 2010
Cornell University, Workshop on “Citizens, Context, and Choice,” 19-20 June 2009
Texas A&M University, Network of Regional European Political Science Scholars
Conference, “The Politics of Economic Crisis in Europe and Beyond,” 1-2 May 2009
University of Houston Center for Public Policy, 11 March 2009
University of Nebraska-Lincoln Research Lecture Series, 27 February 2009
University of St. Thomas Center for International Studies, 7 November 2008
Texas A&M University European Union Center for Excellence, 28-29 July 2008
Princeton University Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance, 27-28 September
2007
Texas A&M University Department of Political Science, April 2006
Duke Summer Institute on the Politics of Globalization and Equity, Durham, NC, June
2004
American Political Science Association: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2013,
2014, 2015, 2016, 2018, 2019
Australian Society for Quantitative Political Science: 2017
Council for European Studies: 2002, 2015, 2020
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European Consortium of Political Research General Conference: 2009, 2011
European Consortium of Political Research Joint Sessions: 2018
European Political Science Association: 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2018, 2019
European Union Studies Association: 2011
International Political Economy Society: 2011, 2013
International Political Science Association: 2012
Midwest Political Science Association: 2001, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2014, 2016,
2017, 2019, 2020
Research and Teaching Interests
analysis, multilevel models)
Quantitative Political Analysis
European Politics
Time Series Methods
Editorial Board: The Journal of Politics, 2019-2020
Political Behavior, 2017-2018
Occasional reviewer for The U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF), Canadian Social Sciences
and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC), European Research Council (ERC), Fulbright
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Commission in the Czech Republic, Royal Society of New Zealand Marsden Fund Council,
Research Council of the Université Catholique de Louvain, Acta Politica, American Journal of
Political Science, American Political Science Review, British Journal of Political Science,
Canadian Journal of Political Science, Comparative European Politics, Comparative Political
Studies, Comparative Politics, Economics and Politics, Electoral Studies, European Journal of
Political Research, European Political Science Review, European Union Politics, Governance,
International Interactions, International Organization, International Political Science Review,
International Studies Quarterly, Journal of Common Market Studies, Journal of Elections Public
Opinion and Parties, Journal of European Public Policy, The Journal of Politics, Latin
American Politics and Society, Legislative Studies Quarterly, The Midsouth Political Science
Review, Party Politics, Perspectives on Politics, Political Analysis, Political Behavior, Political
Research Quarterly, Political Studies, Political Science, Political Science Research and
Methods, Politics, Post-Soviet Affairs, Public Choice, Public Opinion Quarterly, Quarterly
Journal of Political Science, Social Science Quarterly, The Sociological Quarterly, West
European Politics, World Politics, Cambridge University Press, Oxford University Press,
Pearson Longman Publishers, Sage Publishers, University of Michigan Press, Wadsworth
Publishers
External assessor, Department of Government, University of Essex, July 2019
Workshop Co-Director, European Consortium for Political Research Joint Sessions, “Macro
Policy in Comparative Perspective,” Nicosia, April 2018
Member, APSA Political Economy Section Wallerstein Best Article Award Committee, 2018
Presenter, Australian Society for Quantitative Political Science Methods Workshop, Wellington
NZ, December 2017
Education, New York: 2015, 2016, 2017
Treasurer, Representation and Election Systems Section of the American Political Science
Association, 2013-2016
Member, APSA European Politics and Society Best Article Award Committee, 2015
Section Head, European Politics Section, 2010 Midwest Political Science Association Meeting
Chair, 2007 James B. Christoph Best Paper Award Selection Committee, British Politics Group
Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research User Advisory Group, 2004-05
Service Internal – Indiana University: Department of Political Science
Chair, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee, 2020-2021
Director of Graduate Studies: 2017-2019
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Chair, Human Rights Search Committee: 2014-15
Member, Recruitment Committee: 2011-12, 2012-13
Member, Committee on Undergraduate Assessment: 2013-14
Member, Personnel Committee: 2009-2010, 2012-13
Member, Political Science Graduate Committee: 2011-12
Member, Political Science Undergraduate Committee: 2010-2011
Service Internal – Indiana University: College and University Level
Member, Tenure Committee, College of Arts and Sciences, 2017-2019
Member, Tenure and Promotion Committee, School of Global and International Studies, 2017-
2018
Chair, Visiting Scholar Selection Committee, Ostrom Workshop, 2016-17
Member, Center for Survey Research Advisory Committee, Office of the Vice Provost for
Research, 2016-present
Member, Academic Fairness Committee, College of Arts and Sciences, 2014-2016
Member, Graduate Student Research Fellowship Committee, Ostrom Workshop, 2015-16
Faculty sponsor, Indiana University Athletics, 2014-15, 2015-16
Discussant, Midwest Comparative and International Education Society Conference, IU School of
Education, 2014
Review Committee, OVPIA faculty & graduate student exchange program: 2013-14, 2014-15
Reviewer, Fulbright Applications, Office of the Vice President for International Affairs, 2011
Conference Organizer, “European Responses to Economic Crisis: Lessons for the U.S.,” Indiana
University Bloomington, April 7-8, 2011
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Reviewer, Pre-Dissertation Grant Competition, Office of the Vice President for International
Affairs, 2011
Judge, Women in Science Research Conference, Office of Women’s Affairs, March 2011
Lecture, “The Global Economic System,” SPEA E100 Campus Sustainability, Sept 13, 2010
Presentation on public opinion and the financial crisis, Indiana University Center for West
European Studies Brownbag, December 4, 2009
Panelist, “Inclusion, Isolation, and National Identity in a Globalized World” roundtable, Indiana
University Center for West European Studies, November 2, 2009
Affiliated Faculty: Institute for European Studies (EURO), International Studies Program, Labor
Studies, Center for the Study of Global Change
Service Internal – University of Houston
Official Representative (OR) for the Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social
Research (ICPSR), 2006-2009
Member, Technology Committee, College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, University of
Houston, 2008-2009
Methodology 2006-07
public policy)
Service to the Community
Great Decisions presenter on “Brexit: Taking Stock and Looking Ahead,” Meadowood
Retirement Community, Bloomington, 9 March 2021
Great Decisions presenter on “European Populism and Immigration,” Meadowood Retirement
Community, Bloomington, 10 September 2019
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“Political Protests and Popular Support: The Case of the Gilets Jaunes Movement,” IU Europe
Gateway, Berlin, 24 June 2019
“Brexit, the European Union, and the Transatlantic Relationship in the Trump Era,” Indiana
Council on World Affairs, Indianapolis, 16 February 2017
Instructor, Mini University, Indiana University Continuing Studies: 2011, 2014, 2017
“Current Issues in Germany and the European Union,” presentation at Indiana Farm Bureau,
Indianapolis, 13 August 2015
Presenter on 2012 elections at “The Gathering” at Congregation Beth Shalom, Bloomington IN,
18 October 2012
Instructor, IU Bloomington Continuing Studies, “Crisis in Europe: Will the EU Survive? Should
We Care?” April-May 2012
Webinar presentation to high school teachers, “A History of Integration in Europe: From Coal
and Steel to Monetary Union,” April 2012
IU Bloomington Continuing Studies course, “Crisis in Europe: Will the EU Survive? Should We
Care?” April 24-May 3, 2012
“Great Decisions: The Global Financial Crisis.” Meadowood Retirement Community,
Bloomington, 10 May 2011
“French Foreign and Domestic Policy after Chirac: A New Era or More of the Same?” World
Affairs Council of Houston Global Issues Summer Institute for High School Teachers, 24 July
2007
Media Commentary: WIUX FM, WIBC Radio Indianapolis, Indiana Daily Student, Bloomington
Herald-Times, Epoch Times, O Estado de Sao Paulo
Professional Affiliations
Pi Sigma Alpha Honor Society for Political Science