James Newman

Teaching and Research Interests: Public Administration, State and Local Government Administration, Research Methods, and Public Policy.

His dissertation topic examines the influence of interest groups on water policy in the Southeastern United States. Other areas of research interests include intergovernmental relations and the public policy process.

He has co-authored an article in American Review of Politics (2003) as well as a book chapter in Southern Political Party Activists (University of Kentucky Press, 2004). He is currently working on a chapter for an upcoming edited book on environmental policy in the American South as well as encyclopedia entries for state judicial systems in the South. Other work includes entries on the Mississippi Democratic Party and Neshoba County Murders of the Freedom Summer in the upcoming Encyclopedia of Mississippi.

Fall Semester 2005 marked the beginning of his career at ISU as political science faculty.

James Newman
Graveley Hall, North Wing 312
Postal Box 8307, Pocatello, Idaho 83209-8307
Ph.: 208.282.2799 Fax: 208.282.4833


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