Pavel Bacovsky
Lecturer

I study political communication and political psychology in the context of American and comparative politics. In my dissertation, I explore how new communication technologies shape the political behavior of young citizens—an important topic given how much of everyday life has now shifted into the virtual realms. I have a strong publication record with articles appearing in Youth & Society, New Media & Society, the Journal of Information Technology & Politics, and the Czech Journal of Political Science. I have over six years of experience teaching undergraduate students in a broad spectrum of classes, including being the instructor of record for seven distinct courses. My gameful pedagogy approach to teaching consistently receives high evaluations from my students. 

 

"List of publications"

"Courses Taught"

  • Global Issues and International Affairs 
  • Introduction to American Politics
  • Introduction to Comparative Politics
  • Quantitative Research Methods
  • Campaigns and Election
  • Revolutions and Political Violence
  • Political Psychology
  • European Union Politics