Dr. Joseph Giammo
Joseph Giammo arrived in the department in 2004 after receiving his PhD from The University of Texas.
Dr. Giammo regularly teaches American National Government, Methods of Political Inquiry, Elections and Public Opinion, The American Presidency, Legislative Processes and Behavior, Presidential Decision Making, and the Undergraduate Research Seminar.
His research interests include public opinion, voting behavior, and campaign communications.
M,W,F 11:00 a.m. to noon,
T,Th 12:30 to 1:30 p.m.,
and by appointment
Brox, Brian J. and Joseph D. Giammo. “Late Deciders in U.S. Presidential Elections,” in The American Review of Politics, forthcoming.
Giammo, Joseph D. “The Use of Campaign E-mails by First and Second Tier Candidates in Presidential Primaries,” in The Midsouth Political Science Review, forthcoming.
Giammo, Joseph D. and Brian J. Brox. “Reducing the Costs of Participation: Are StatesGetting a Return on Early Voting?” in Political Research Quarterly, forthcoming.
Dowdle, Andrew and Joseph D. Giammo. 2009. “Arkansas: Deep Blue and Bright Red at the Same Time?” in Charles S. Bullock III and Mark J. Rozell, eds. The New Politics of the Old South 4th Edition. New York: Rowman and Littlefield.