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Karrie KoeselKarrie Koesel

Associate Professor of Political Science
(PhD, Cornell University)
418 Decio Hall
574-631-0829
email: kkoesel1@nd.edu
http://politicalscience.nd.edu/faculty/faculty-list/karrie-j-koesel/
http://koesel.org/

Geographic Focus: China and Russia

Thematic Interests: Religion and politics, democracy and dictatorship, political education, contemporary Chinese and Russian politics, comparative authoritarianism

Current Research: A book project, “Learning to Be Loyal: Patriotic Education in Authoritarian Regimes,” explores how authoritarian leaders cultivate popular legitimacy and loyalty, how they socialize citizens and elite to be patriotic and supportive, and whether these strategies reduce leaders’ coercion.

Selected Publications:

  • Religion and Authoritarianism: Cooperation, Conflict and the Consequences (Cambridge University Press, 2014)

  •  “Diffusion-Proofing: Russian and Chinese Responses to Waves of Popular Mobilizations Against Authoritarian Rulers” (with Valerie J. Bunce), Perspectives on Politics 11, 3 (September 2013)

  • “The Rise of a Chinese Protestant House Church: The Organizational Weapon,” The China Quarterly 215(June 2013)


 

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