Dr. Andrew J. Drummond
Andrew Drummond joined the department in 2006 after completing his doctorate in Political Science at the University of California, Irvine, where he was a graduate training fellow in the Center for the Study of Democracy. A comparativist who focuses on elections and party systems in advanced and emerging democracies, Drummond teaches a variety of courses in the department, including Comparative Government: Western, Introduction to Political Science, European Union, Citizen Politics, and Democracies.
Drummond’s research interests focus on how electoral institutions shape party competition, and how this complex influences the way citizens experience democracy. His most recent research examines the institutional determinants of partisan bias in old and new democracies.
Recent Publications CV
Drummond, A.J. 2011. “Assimilation, Contrast, and Voter Projections of Parties in Left-Right Space: Does the Electoral System Matter?”, Party Politics, 17(6):711-743.
Drummond, A.J. 2010. “Assessing the 2009 German Federal Election: How the SPD’s Failure to Coordinate the Left Put the Right in Power”, Midsouth Political Science Review, 11(1):19-38.
Drummond, A.J. and Lubecki, J. 2010. “Reconstructing Galicia: Mapping the Cultural and Civic Traditions of the Former Austrian Galicia in Poland and Ukraine”, Europe-Asia Studies, 62(8):1311-1338.
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