Edward Greenberg, Professor of Political Science and Director of the Research Program on Political and Economic Change in the Institute of Behavioral Science, received his Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin in 1969. His research interests are mainly in the area of political economy, with a focus on how job and workplace changes affect the personal, social and political lives of employees. His research has been supported by five major grants from the National Science Foundation and the National Institutes of Health. He is also the co-author (with Benjamin Page) of an introductory American government textbook, The Struggle for Democracy (Longman Publishers, fifth edition, 2003). He teaches undergraduate courses in American government and politics and has coordinated and co-taught the two-semester graduate seminar in the Globalization and Democracy program.
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Political Science 1101: Introduction to American Government and Politics
Political Science 3171: Government and Capitalism in the United States
Political Science 4731: Seminar: Problems in American Democracy
Political Science 5223/ 5333: Globalization and Democracy Graduate Seminar
Fall 2000 syllabus in Word or PDF format