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      Rahsaan Maxwell
    minority politics, immigrant politics, religious politics, ethnic/racial politics, European politics more...
    Rahsaan Maxwell
    Title:Associate Professor, Political Science
    Department/School:Political Science
    Telephone:
    Email:rahsaan@email.unc.edu
    Webpage:http://rahsaan.web.unc.edu/
    Appointed Year:2013
    Tenured:Yes
    Education:• PHD Political Science, University of California, Berkeley 2008
    • BA Political Science and Diplomatic History, University of Pennsylvani 1998
    World Area Of Focus:
    • Western Europe/European Union (EU) (50%-75%)
    Languages:
    • French (professional proficiency)
    • German (limited working proficiency)
    Specialization:minority politics, immigrant politics, religious politics, ethnic/racial politics, European politics
    Relevant Experience:
    Distinctions:• ongoing Comparative Political Studies – Associate Editor (2013 - present); Council on Foreign Relations– Term Member (2011 - present); Council for European Studies – Vice-Chair of Immigration Research Group (2010-2013); American Political Science Association ad hoc Publications Planning Committee (2013)
    Dissertations and Theses Supervised in Past 5 Years:0
    Relevant Courses Taught:• POLI130 Introduction to Comparative Political Behavior
    • POLI490 Ethnic Diversity and Politics
    • POLI891 Ethnic Diversity and Politics
    Recent Publications:• 2013 “The geographic context of political attitudes among migrant-origin individuals in Europe.” World Politics 65(1): 116-55.
    • 2013 “The Integration Trade-offs of Political Representation.” European Political Science 12.3: 467-78.
    • 2012 Immigrant Politics: Race and Representation in Western Europe – co-edited with Terri Givens (2012) Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers
    • 2012 Ethnic Minority Migrants in Britain and France: Integration Trade-Offs, New York: Cambridge University Press.
    • 2012 “Assessing Islamophobia in Britain through Survey Evidence: Where Do Muslims Really Stand?” (with Erik Bleich) (2012) in Marc Helbling (ed.) Islamophobia in the West: Measuring and Explaining Individual Attitudes. London, New York: Routledge
    • 2010 “Political Participation in France among Non-European Origin Migrants: Segregation or Integration?” (2010) Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 36(3): 425-443
    • 2010 “Evaluating Integration: Political Attitudes Across Migrant Generations in Europe.” International Migration Review 44(1): 25-52.
    • 2010 “Trust in Government among British Muslims: The Importance of Migration Status. (2010) Political Behavior 32(1): 89-109
     
     

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