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Tony Affigne

Professor

Contact Information:

affigne@providence.edu
401-865-2569
Howley Hall 316

Education:

Ph.D. - Brown University

Area(s) of Expertise:

Campaigns and elections, public policy, public opinion, state and local politics, environmental politics, Latino politics, race relations, immigration politics and policy.

Awards and Honors:

Frank J. Goodnow Award - American Political Science Association

Selected Publications:

Affigne, Tony. (2014). “The Latino Voice in Political Analysis, 1970–2014: From Exclusion to Empowerment,” by Tony Affigne in Latino Politics en Ciencia Política, Tony Affigne, Evelyn Hu-DeHart, and Marion Orr, eds. New York University Press. ,

Affigne, Tony., Hu-DeHart, Evelyn., Orr, Marion. (2014). Latino Politics en Ciencia Política: The Search for Latino Identity and Racial Consciousness. ,

Recent Presentations:

Affigne, Tony., Western Political Science Association, Latino Politics Workshop, Seattle, Washington, "Latino Political Studies and Latino/a Political Scientists". April, 2014.

Affigne, Tony., Western Political Science Association (WPSA), Seattle, Washington, "Race in Social Movement Organizations". April, 2014.

Affigne, Tony., National Conference of Black Political Scientists (NCOBPS), Wilmington, Delaware, "45 Years: A Retrospective on NCOBPS and the Work of William E. 'Nick' Nelson, Jr.". March, 2014.

Affigne, Tony., National Conference of Black Political Scientists (NCOBPS), Wilmington, Delaware, "Human Potential in the Face of Great Challenges". March, 2014.

Affigne, Tony., National Conference of Black Political Scientists (NCOBPS), Wilmington, Delaware, "Politics, Inequality, and Social Justice - A Black Agenda in a Deracialized World?". March, 2014.


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