Department of Political Science

Dr. Donald Beaudette

Dr. Donald Beaudette
Vistiting Assistant Professor of Political Science

Dr. Beaudette’s research explores the relationship between so-called civil policing, counterinsurgency and insurgent vigilantism in the context of civil war.  He also maintains a general interest in the politics of ethnic conflict and is the co-author of several papers exploring the relationship between ethnic/linguistic segregation and electoral and policy outcomes in Europe.  After completing his MA in Irish Politics at Queen’s University Belfast, Beaudette conducted his doctoral work at Emory University.  He is currently working on a book manuscript based on the findings of his dissertation research.  Prior to his appointment at Morehouse, Dr. Beaudette worked as a consultant for the World Bank.

Ph.D., in Political Science, Emory University (2013)
M.A., in Irish Politics, Queen’s University, Belfast (2006)
B.A., in Political Science, St. Johns University/College of St. Benedict (2005)

Selected Publications
Of Courts and Commerce: Reconsidering Evidence from the European Court of Justice.  2013.  Journal of Politics.  (74:4) pp 1125-1137. With Matthew Gabel, Clifford J. Carrubba and Caitlin T. Ainsley.

Wheeler Hall, Room 307
Ext. 2255