Dr. Neil Harvey
Ph.D. 1990 University of Essex
Professor & Department Head
Dr. Harvey's main areas of interest are politics in Mexico and Latin America, particularly the role of social movements in the struggle for democracy and new forms of political representation.
He has written extensively on rural politics and indigenous people's movements, including a book, The Chiapas Rebellion: the struggle for land and democracy (Duke University Press, 1998). He has also co-authored a text book on Latin American politics, entitled Governing Latin America (with Joe Foweraker and Todd Landman; Polity Press, 2003).
Dr. Harvey teaches Mexican Politics, Comparative Politics, Resistance Movements in World Politics, Contemporary Political Thought, Comparative World Political Ideologies and an Honors course "Citizen and the State: Great Political Issues". Since 2008, he has also taught a service learning class concerning social justice on the U.S./Mexico border.
Dr. Harvey's CV
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