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Department of History and Political Science


380 Dickey Hall
(484) 365-8124

Donald Bradt, Ph.D.
Ext. 8140
Political Science
Associate Professor
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B.A. from University of Denver, 1981; M.A. from University of New Mexico, 1992; PhD from University of Alabama, 2000. All three degrees in political science. Also was graduated from Defense Language Institute as a Polish Linguist 1987. Wrote “African American Suicide: Both Desperate Crisis and Beacon of Hope: A Review Article” (2007) and “Inequality and Democracy in Latin America: A Comparative and International Perspective” (2003) both published by the Lincoln Journal of Social and Political Thought. Wrote chapter entitled, “Afro-Brazilians in Search of an Ideology: Conflicting Ideology in Brazil” in G. H. Muzorewa (Ed.), Know Thyself: Ideologies of Black Liberation (2005). Received grants from National Institutes of Health (2007) and Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration (2010). Experience in pooled, cross-sectional time series. Teaching interests include comparative politics, international relations, and international political economy.

 

 


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