Graham Dodds

Membre associé , Professeur à l'Université Concordia

Expertises

  • U.S. domestic politics
  • American Political Development
  • U.S. Presidency

Courriel

g.dodds@concordia.ca

Publications
  • Mass Pardons in America: Rebellion, Presidential Amnesty, and Reconciliation.  Columbia University Press, 2021. 

  • The Unitary Presidency.  Routledge, 2019. 

  • Take Up Your Pen: Unilateral Presidential Directives in American Politics.  The University of Pennsylvania Press, 2013.

  • “Political Apologies.”  (Online archive.)  Alliance for Historical Dialogue and Accountability (AHDA), Institute for the Study of Human Rights (ISHR), Columbia University, New York, NY.  http://www.humanrightscolumbia.org/ahda/political-apologies

  • “The Ideological Character of George W. Bush.”  Chapter in Bose, Meena, ed.  The George W. Bush Presidency.  Volume 1.  Nova Science Publishers, 2016.  p57-72.

  • “The Culture Wars in the 2012 Election.”  Chapter in Douglas M. Brattebo, et al, eds.  The Presidential Election of 2012: Culture, Rhetoric, and Voting.  University of Akron Press, 2016.  p68-91.

  • “Presidential Executive Orders: Controversial but Common.”  Insights on Law & Society 17.1 (Fall, 2016) American Bar Association.  p19-23.   

  • “Canadians Stumped by Trump’s Nomination.”  Policy Options.  July 21, 2016.

  • “‘This Was No Act of God’: Disaster, Causality, and Politics.”  Risk, Hazards & Crisis in Public Policy.  Volume 6, Issue 1 (August, 2015), p44-68. 

Conférences
  • “The Unitary Executive Theory and the Presidency of Donald J. Trump.”  American Political Science Association.  San Francisco, CA.  September 9, 2020.  (Conference held online due to pandemic.) 

  • Presenter, Discussion Leader.  “Talking about the Trump Presidency.”  Short Course on “Teaching and Talking about the Presidency in the Trump Era.”  American Political Science Association.  San Francisco, CA.  September 9, 2020.  (Conference held online due to pandemic.) 

  • “Donald Trump and the Unitary Executive Theory.”  Prairie Political Science Association.  Banff, AB.  September 15, 2019. 

  • Participant and Co-Chair.  Roundtable on “Teaching in the Trump Era.”  Prairie Political Science Association.  Banff, AB.  September 15, 2019. 

  • “Reassessing the Unitary Executive: A Scholarly Update for the Trump Era.”  American Political Science Association.  Washington, DC.  August 29, 2019.  

  • “Arguments for the Unitary Executive.”  Northeastern Political Science Association.  Montreal, QC.  November 8, 2018.

  • “The Unilateral and Unitary Presidencies.”  American Political Science Association.  Boston, MA.  September 1, 2018. 

  • “Reassessing the Unitary Executive.”  International Political Science Association.  Brisbane, Australia.  July 23, 2018. 

  • “Presidential Rhetoric, Unilateralism, and Political Reconciliation in the U.S. Civil War.”  Social Science History Association.  Montreal, QC.  November 2, 2017. 

Prix et distinctions
  • Dodds, Graham. Outstanding Teaching Award. Department of Political Science, Concordia University. 2006-2007.
  • Dodds, Graham. Pi Sigma Alpha award for best overall conference paper, Northeastern Political Science Association. 2005.      
Enseignements
  • Dodds, Graham. Poli-202: Introduction to Political Science. Department of Political Science, Concordia University. Undergraduate.
  • Dodds, Graham. Poli-206: Introduction to Western Political Theory. Department of Political Science, Concordia University. Undergraduate.
  • Dodds, Graham. Poli-310: The Politics of the United States. Department of Political Science, Concordia University. Undergraduate.
  • Dodds, Graham. Poli-313: The U.S. Presidency. Department of Political Science, Concordia University. Undergraduate.
  • Dodds, Graham. Poli-401: American Political Thought. Department of Political Science, Concordia University. Undergraduate.
  • Dodds, Graham. Poli-487: Special Topics in U.S. Politics (e.g., Congress and the Legislative Process, American Political Development, Constitutional Law, Law & Society, etc.). Department of Political Science, Concordia University. Undergraduate.
  • Dodds, Graham. Poli-496: Causality and Development in Politics. Department of Political Science, Concordia University. Undergraduate.
  • Dodds, Graham. Poli-621: Political Leadership and Decision-Making. Department of Political Science, Concordia University. Graduate.
Interventions médiatiques
  • CTV National.  February 23, 2021.  (re. Biden-Trudeau meeting.)

  • CTV Montreal.  May 3, 2021.  (re. Joe Biden’s first 100 days.)

  • CTV Montreal.  March 29, 2021.  (re. Joe Biden on immigration and gun control.)

  • CTV Montreal.  January 27, 2021.  (re. Joe Biden’s first week in office.)

  • CTV Montreal.  January 19, 2021.  (re. Inauguration of Joe Biden.)

  • CTV Montreal.  January 7, 2021.  (re. attack on U.S Capitol.)

  • CHML radio.  Hamilton, ON.  April 29, 2021.  (re. Joe’s Biden’s first 100 days.)

  • CFRA radio.  Ottawa, ON.  March 1, 2021.  (re. Donald Trump’s CPAC speech.)

  • CJAD radio.  Montreal, QC.  January 30, 2021.  (re. Joe Biden and Canada.)

  • CFMJ radio.  Toronto, ON.  December 3, 2020.  (re. Donald Trump’s claims of election fraud.)

  •  Riopel, Alexis.  “La lettre du lanceur d’alerte révélé.”  Le Devoir.  September 27, 2019.