Profiles in "Political Science" Expertise Area

  • Simpson is a political historian whose work examines challenges to American geopolitical dominance from foreign entities, as well a threats posed terrorist organizations.
  • Johnston’s research focuses on policy informatics, the study of how computational and communication technology is leveraged to specifically understand and address complex public policy and administration problems.
  • Hechter holds a doctorate from Columbia University and is an elected fellow in the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
  • Schatzman's courses examine politics through a comparative lens and in a globalized world.
  • Peskin joined ASU in 2006. His research and teaching interests lie at the intersection of international relations, comparative politics, and human rights.
  • Hinojosa studies women's under-representation in Latin American politics. She co-authored Seeing Women, Strengthening Democracy: How Women in Politics Foster Connected Citizens (Oxford University Press, 2020).
  • Jones joined the Arizona State University faculty in 1981. Her current consulting focuses on state-level campaign finance and her research and teaching interests include money and politics and political scandals.
  • Kittilson's research and teaching focus on democratic inclusion and comparative elections, representation, electoral systems, gender justice, political behavior, comparative courts, and party politics.
  • Herrera joined the ASU faculty in 1989. He received his bachelor's and master's from St. Mary's University and his doctorate from the University of California at Santa Barbara.