Daniel Mattingly

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Assistant Professor of Political Science
203-432-0280
Address: 
115 Prospect Street, Room 405, New Haven, CT 06511
Areas of interest : 
Political Economy of Development; Authoritarian Rule; Chinese Politics
Region: 
China

Courses

PLSC 357, EAST 310, GLBL 309

The Rise of China

Analysis of contemporary Chinese politics, with focus on how the country has become a major power and how the regime has endured. Topics include China’s recent history, state, ruling party, economy, censorship, elite politics, and foreign policy.

Term: Fall 2020
Day/Time: M,W 11:35 AM - 12:25 PM
PLSC 444, EAST 344

Governing China

Study of the politics of contemporary China, with a focus on recent research. Topics include elite politics, technology, economic growth, trade, repression, propaganda, protest, the military, and foreign policy.

Term: Fall 2020
Day/Time: T 9:25 AM - 11:15 AM
PLSC 793

Governing China

Study of the politics of contemporary China with a focus on recent research. Topics include authoritarianism, representation, local governance, elite politics, censorship, propaganda, protest, and the rule of law.

Term: Spring 2020
Day/Time: T 9:25 AM - 11:15 AM