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American Government > Curricula Vitae

Instructors


Dr. Jason M. Smith

Education

Ph.D., Texas A&M University, May 2009

M.A., Political Science, University of North Texas, 2003

B.A., History, University of North Texas, 2000

Experience

Instructor - Blinn College, January 2010 - Present

Lecturer - Texas A&M University, August 2009 - August 2012

 

Publications

“The Political Consequences of Terrorism: Terror Events, Casualties, and Government Duration,” International Studies Perspectives forthcoming (with Laron K. Williams and Michael T. Koch)

“Does Crime Pay? Issue Ownership, Political Opportunity, and the Populist Right in Western Europe” Comparative Political Studies 43:11 1471-1498.

“Forms of Civil War Violence and Their Consequences for Future Public Health: Battle Deaths versus One-Sided Violence” International Studies Quarterly 53:1 175-202 (with Matthew Hoddie)