User:Shamira Gelbman

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I am an assistant professor in the Department of Politics and Government at Illinois State University, where I teach various graduate and undergraduate courses on American politics. My research deals mostly with race, social movements, democratization, and political parties in the United States and South Africa. I earned my BA in Political Science from Hunter College of the City University of New York and my MA and PhD in Government from the University of Virginia.

You can read more about my research and teaching on my website

Citizendium Contributions

Articles I started

Stub African National Congress Developing Article Afrikaner Broederbond Stub Afrikaner nationalism Stub Afrikaner Party Stub American Political Science Association Stub Apartheid Stub Bloemfontein Stub Charles Tilly Developing Article City University of New York Developing Article Constitution of South Africa Developing Article Critical elections Developing Article Ex Parte Endo Developing Article Federalist Papers Stub federalists Developing Article Hendrik Frensch Verwoerd Developing Article Hunter College Stub J.B.M. Hertzog Stub Long Island Stub Miller Center of Public Affairs Stub Nationalism Developing Article National Party (South Africa) Developing Article National Urban League Stub Partisan realignment Stub Public opinion Stub Social movement Stub South African Party Developing Article United Party Stub Vilna Gaon

Articles I edited substantially

Stub Affirmative action Developed Article Korematsu v. United States Stub Marbury v. Madison Stub President of the United States of America Developing Article Public opinion poll Developing Article South Africa Developing Article University of Virginia Developing Article U.S. Senate

Eduzendium

CZ:POL 214: US Political Parties and Interest Groups (fall 2009)