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Professor Jameson W. Doig

Dartmouth College

Jameson W. Doig is Visiting Research Professor in Government, Dartmouth College; he is professor emeritus at the Woodrow Wilson School and Department of Politics, Princeton University. At Princeton (1961-2008), he was chair of the Department of Politics, and founding director of the Mamdouha S. Bobst Center for Peace and Justice. At Dartmouth (2009--), he has taught courses on gender issues and on comparative federalism.

Most of his research and writings have been concerned with American politics—as, New York: the Politics of Urban Regional Development (co-author, 1982); Leadership and Innovation (joint editor and co-author, 1987, 1990); Empire on the Hudson: entrepreneurial leadership and political power at the Port of New York Authority (2001), and “The Best as Enemy of the Good,” Journal of Urban History (2014). He has also written and lectured on constitutional law and women’s rights in the United States and Canada, and he has written essays on same-sex marriage (2014) and hate speech (2015). He was a member of the Gender Research Institute at Dartmouth in 2015.

He is currently completing an essay on "Hate, Virtual Violence and Human Dignity", for the Gender panel of the American Political Science Association annual meeting in September 2016.

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