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Sean McGraw, CSCSean McGraw, CSC

Assistant Professor of Political Science
(PhD, Harvard University, 2009)
416 Decio Faculty Hall
631-7655
E-mail: mcgraw.4@nd.edu
http://politicalscience.nd.edu/faculty/faculty-list/sean-mcgraw-csc/

Geographic focus: Ireland and Europe

Thematic interests: Comparative politics, party competition, electoral politics, civil society and social capital, and Catholic education

Current research: Electoral strategies in modern Ireland; relationship between civil society and social capital and the role of religion

Selected publications:

  • How Parties Win: Shaping the Irish Political Arena (University of Michigan Press, 2015)

  • “Adaptive Governance: The Art of Party Politics,” in Niamh Hardiman, ed., Irish Governance in Crisis (Manchester University Press, 2012)

  • "Elusive Governance: The Art of Party Politics in Contemporary Ireland," in Irish Governance in Crisis, Niamh Hardiman, ed., (Manchester University Press, 2012)

  • “Managing Change: Party Competition in the New Ireland,” Irish Political Studies 23, 4 (2008)

  • With Kevin Whelan, “Daniel O’Connell in Comparative Perspective 1800–1850,” Eire-Ireland: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Irish Studies 40, 1 & 2, (2005)

  • “Building ACE: Improvising on Providence,” in Michael Pressley, ed., Teaching Service and Alternative Teacher Education (University of Notre Dame Press, 2002)


 

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