Dr. Laura Luehrmann is Professor of Political Science and Director of the M.A. program in International and Comparative Politics in the School of Public and International Affairs at Wright State University. She completed her Ph.D. and M.A. in Political Science at Ohio State University, and she is a graduate of the University of Dayton, where she completed a degree in International Studies.
Her research and teaching interests include Chinese politics and foreign policy, the politics of developing countries, contentious politics and political ideologies. She has lived in China four times since 1991. She has published articles on Chinese political institutions, political corruption and Sino-Vatican relations in Asian Survey, Asian Politics and Policy andLegislative Studies Quarterly. She has published 5 books with her colleague and co-author December Green: four editions of Comparative Politics of the ‘Global South’: Linking Concepts and Cases (Lynne Rienner Publishers) as well as Contentious Politics in Brazil and China: Beyond Regime (Westview).
This talk is part of the Office of Latinx, Asian, and Native American (LANA) Affair's celebration of Asian Heritage Month.
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