Graham Dodds

Membre associé , Associate Professor

Expertises

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

Courriel

g.dodds@concordia.ca

Publications
  • “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.
  •  “‘This Was No Act of God’: Disaster, Causality, and Politics.” Risk, Hazards & Crisis in Public Policy. Volume 6, Issue 1 (August, 2015), p44-68.
  •  “President William Jefferson Clinton’s Environmental Executive Orders.” Chapter in Richard Himelfarb, ed. A True Third Way? Domestic Policy and the Presidency of William Jefferson Clinton. Nova Science Publishers, 2014. p173-184.
  • “The Hope for Audacity: The Understated Unilateralism of President Obama.” The Forum: A Journal of Applied Research in Contemporary Politics. Volume 12, Issue 1. (April, 2014.) p141-168.
  •  Take Up Your Pen: Unilateral Presidential Directives in American Politics. The University of Pennsylvania Press. May, 2013. 
Conférences
  • Midwest Political Science Association. “Qualitative Methods and American Political Development.” Chicago, IL. April 7, 2016.

  • 2016 Southern Political Science Association. Presented a paper on “Unilaterally Unitary: How presidents utilize unilateral presidential directives to control the bureaucracy and agency rule-making.” San Juan, PR. January 8, 2016. 

  • 2015 American Political Science Association. Presented a paper on “Loud Bark, Little Bite: Barack Obama’s Unilateral Presidential Directives.” San Francisco, CA. September 4, 2015. 
  • “The George W. Bush Presidency.” Hofstra University. Hempstead, NY. March 24-26, 2015.
  • Presented a paper on “The Complex Ideological Legacy of George W. Bush.” 2014 Atlantic Provinces Political Science Association. St. John’s, NL. Presented a paper on “This Was No Act of God: Disaster, Politics, and Agency.” October 3-5, 2014. 
  • 2013 International Leadership Association. Montreal, QC. Presented a paper on “Presidential Leadership and National Political Reconciliation.” October 31, 2013. 
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
  • Korte, Gregory.  “Trump’s executive actions come faster and in different forms than before.”  USA Today.  January 30, 2017. 
  • City TV (Breakfast Television).  Montreal, QC.  January 30, 2017.  (Re. Trump's executive order on travel ban.)  
  • Philie, Benoît.  “Un début de présidence chargé pour Donald Trump.”  Le Journal de Montréal.  January 29, 2017.  
  •  Global TV.  Montreal, QC.  January 28, 2017.  (Re. Trump’s executive orders.)  
  • City TV. Montreal, QC. March 16, 2016. (Re. U.S. primary elections.) 
  • CBC radio. Montreal, QC. March 15, 2016. (Re. U.S. primary elections.) 
  • CJAD radio. Montreal, QC. March 12, 2016. (Re. Donald Trump.)
  • CTV News. Montreal, QC. March 5, 2016. (Re. U.S. primary elections.)
  • Giguère, Frédérique. “Loto-Québec se lance en politique dans le cadre de la présidentielle américaine.” Le Journal de Montréal. January 25, 2016.
  • Orfali, Philippe. “Loto-Québec se lance dans le pari politique.” Le Devoir. January 25, 2016. (Re. Loto-Quebec’s U.S. presidency game.)