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Adam Myers

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Photo of faculty memberAssistant Professor

Contact Information:

amyers2@providence.edu
401-865-2548
Howley Hall 317

Education:

Ph.D. - University of Texas at Austin

Area(s) of Expertise:

State politics, political parties, political geography, federalism, American political development


Selected Publications:

Myers, Adam. (2017). Changing Patterns of Uncontested Seats in Southern State Legislative Elections, 1984-2012. Social Science Quarterly,

Myers, Adam. (2016). Electoral Incongruence and Delayed Republican Gains in Southern State Legislatures. American Review of Politics35 (2), 73-102.

Myers, Adam. (2013). Secular Geographical Polarization in the American South: The Case of Texas, 1996-2010. Electoral Studies32 (1), 38-62.

Nichols, Curt., Myers, Adam. (2010). Exploiting the Opportunity for Reconstructive Leadership: Presidential Responses to Enervated Political Regimes. American Politics Research38 (5), 806-841.

Recent Presentations:

Myers, Adam., Citadel Symposium on Southern Politics, Charleston, SC, "Paper: Differences in Timing Between Republican Gains in Southern U.S. House and State Legislative Elections". March, 2016.

Myers, Adam., Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL, "Federalism and Party Conflict in the New Deal Era". April, 2015.

Myers, Adam., The American Election 2014 Conference, Saint Anselm College, Manchester, NH, "The Microgeographical Foundations of the 2014 North Carolina Senate Race". March, 2015.


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