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Angel Saavedra Cisneros

Assistant Professor of Political Science 

B.S. Psychology, Brigham Young University
M.A. Political Science, Stony Brook University
Ph.D. Political Behavior, Stony Brook University



Programs: Political Science

Professor Saavedra Cisneros studies political behavior and psychology with a focus on minorities and Latinos. His approach to teaching and research is that of challenging preconceived notions of how and why people from different backgrounds interact with politics across many contexts.

His teaching and research go hand in hand. He motivates students to embark on research projects and has served as a faculty mentor on projects involving Latino politics, political identities, survey experiments and voting in Colombia.

Courses
POLI 131 American Multicultural Politics
POLI 200 Research Methodology and Techniques
POLI 332 Parties, Campaigns and Elections
Political Psychology

Recent Publications
“Latino Identity and Political Attitudes: Why Are Latinos Not Republican?” New York, NY Palgrave MacMillan (2017) (ISBN 978-3-319-33969-6)

2017 Best Book in Race and Political Behavior award from APSA Race, Ethnicity, and Politics Organized Section

Song, Andrew M. Owen Temby, Dongkyu Kim, Gordon M. Hickey, Angel Saavedra Cisneros. 2018. “Measuring, mapping and quantifying the effects of trust and informal communication on transboundary collaboration in the Great Lakes fisheries policy network” Global Environmental Change.

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