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David Siegel, Associate Professor of Political Science and Asscociate Professor of Sanford School of Public Policy and Associate Professor  

Office Location: 140 Science Drive, 294H Gross Hall, Box 90204, Durham, NC 27708
Office Phone: (919) 660-4306
Email Address: david.siegel@duke.edu
Web Page: http://people.duke.edu/~das76/

Areas of Expertise

    Education:
    Ph.D., Stanford University, 2006
    MA, Stanford University, 2004
    AM, Harvard University, 1998
    AB, Princeton University, 1996

    Research Categories: collective action, political violence and terrorism, social networks, elections

    Research Description: David A Siegel (Stanford Ph.D., 2006) is Associate Professor of Political Science. His research addresses the theoretical determinants of collective action in the contexts of political violence and terrorism, elections, and opinion and identity formation. He has published in journals such as the American Political Science Review, American Journal of Political Science, and Journal of Politics, and is the coauthor of A Behavioral Theory of Elections and A Mathematics Course for Political and Social Research, both from Princeton University Press. Prior to coming to Duke, he was on faculty at Florida State University.

    Teaching (Fall 2017):

    • Polsci 773.01, Wrkshp secur/peace/conflict i Synopsis
      Gross hall 111, W 12:00 PM-01:00 PM

    Recent Publications   (More Publications)

    1. Mele, CS; Siegel, DA. "Identity, repression, and the threat of ethnic conflict in a strong state." Journal of Theoretical Politics 29.4 (October, 2017): 578-598. [doi]
    2. Siegel, D. "Democratic Institutions and Political Networks." The Oxford Handbook of Political Networks. Oxford University Press, 2017  [abs]
    3. Shapiro, JN; Siegel, DA. "Coordination and security." Journal of Peace Research 52.3 (May, 2015): 312-322. [doi]
    4. Golder, M; Golder, SN; Siegel, DA. "Response to Martin and Vanberg: Evaluating a Stochastic Model of Government Formation." The journal of politics 76.4 (October, 2014): 880-886. [doi]
    5. Gaskins, B; Golder, M; Siegel, DA. "Religious Participation, Social Conservatism, and Human Development." The journal of politics 75.04 (October, 2013): 1125-1141. [doi]  [abs]

    Curriculum Vitae

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    David A Siegel (Stanford Ph.D., 2006) is Associate Professor of Political Science. His research addresses the theoretical determinants of collective action in the contexts of political violence and terrorism, elections, and opinion and identity formation. He has published in journals such as the American Political Science Review, American Journal of Political Science, and Journal of Politics, and is the coauthor of A Behavioral Theory of Elections and A Mathematics Course for Political and Social Research, both from Princeton University Press. Prior to coming to Duke, he was on faculty at Florida State University.

    David Siegel