Hamilton, Anne

At UW-Whitewater

Affiliation
University - Faculty/Staff
Department
Political Science
Position
LECTURER
Office Phone
(262) 472-1214
Office Location
LT 5108

EDUCATION

Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1999

M.I.A., Columbia University (Soviet Studies, International Economics)

A.B. Smith College

COURSES TAUGHT

Global Perspectives

Introduction to Comparative Politics

Latin American Politics

European Politics

Human Rights

Writing in Political Science

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Collective memory issues, in Argentina, Spain, and Russia

Russian bureaucracy and political culture

Clientilism in post-communist states

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Lollar, X. and Hamilton, A. (2010) "Patronage or Prebendalism: The Mishu/Shouzhang Relationship and Corruption in Chinese Politics," The China Review 10(1): 157-182.

Hamilton, A. (2007) "Radishchev's Hundred-Headed Monster Lives! The Role of the Bureaucrat Symbol in State-Society Relations in Russia," The Russian Review 66(2): 256-272.

 

 


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