Kevin A. Clarke
Associate Professor of Political Science
Wednesday 1-2 p.m.
PhD, Michigan, 2001. Political methodology, discrimination, and philosophy of science. His book, A Model Discipline: Political Science and the Logic of Representations (Oxford University Press, 2011), co-authored with David Primo, explores the nature of models and their use in the discipline. His articles have appeared in American Political Science Review, American Journal of Political Science, Journal of Nonparametric Statistics, Political Analysis, Political Science Research and Methods, Comparative Political Studies, Perspectives on Politics, Journal of Conflict Resolution, Political Studies, and Conflict Management and Peace Science. He is currently working on a project concerning discrimination in academic publishing and a book-length project on measurement. Kevin teaches courses in political methodology, discrimination, and fascism.
- PSCI 200 Data Analysis I
- PSCI 201 Political Inquiry
- PSCI 204 Research Design
- PSCI 214 Empirical Controversies in American Politics
- PSCI 248 Discrimination
- PSCI/INTR 254 Fascism: Politics, History, and Culture
- PSCI 404 Probability & Inference
- PSCI 405 Causal Inference
- PSCI 506 Advanced Topics in Methods
- PSCI 571 Quantitative Approaches to International Politics