347 Schaeffer Hall
Fall 2021 Office Hours
Tue & Th: 4:45-6:15
Dept of Political Science
341 Schaeffer Hall
20 E. Washington Street
The University of Iowa
Iowa City, Iowa 52242
Posted book info for Spring 2022 courses
Posted New Paper 12 in Iowa Voting Series on party changes
Posted updated Prelaw FAQ for UI students
Posted Spring 2021 course evaluations
Posted a new book in What I'm Reading
Posted updates with 2020 data for Iowa Voting Series papers 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 11
Posted updates with 2020 data for Iowa Voting Series papers 2, 3, and 4
Posted update with 2020 data for Iowa Voting Series Paper 1 (registration statistics)
Posted update with 2020 data for Iowa Voting Series Paper 10 (absentee days)
Published updated and expanded edition of Prelaw Advisor in paperback and for Kindle readers
New book, Riding the Caucus Rollercoaster 2020, published in paperback and for Kindle readers.
New book, Supreme Court Agenda Setting: The Vinson Court, published for Kindle devices and computers with Kindle reader.
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Having been forced to remove a link because it linked to a site that had links to sites that had links to material that some might find offensive, I need to make an additional comment about the links below. The very essence of the Web is the ability to quickly link to all sorts of places. If I add a link to, for example, a person's page of animated gifs, it does not mean I either condone or endorse anything else in that person's pages. I would not link to a site that I knew also contained hugely offensive material, but I might not check every part of a complex site and I certainly would not check every other site that is linked to the one I listed.
Note: I finally got around to updating these links. I deleted many as users are more experienced with finding things on the web now than when I first put this list together. The links I've kept are more for my benefit, related to my courses, or a bit out of the ordinary.
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Federal and State Courts
POLI:3113 Research in Judicial Politics
POLI:3117 Public Administration
POLI:3120 Criminal Justice
POLI:3121 Judicial Process