1 JAMES M. GLASER CURRICULUM VITAE Tufts University 201 Spring Street Ballou Hall Arlington, Massachusetts Medford, Massachusetts date: March, 2015 Education Ph.D. M.A. B.A. University of California, Berkeley Political Science; May, University of California, Berkeley Political Science; December, Stanford University Political Science; June, Experience 2014-present Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences Tufts University; Medford, Massachusetts. As chief officer for the school, allocate academic, human, financial, and physical resources for the school; lead team of leaders including two deans of academic affairs, executive administrative dean, dean of the graduate school, dean of undergraduate admissions, dean of undergraduate and graduate students, director of athletics, and senior development officer. Develop implementation plan for the strategic vision of the school. Engage faculty and staff in shared governance. Develop and advance fundraising initiatives. Report to University Provost Dean of Academic Affairs for Arts and Sciences Tufts University; Medford, Massachusetts. Manage faculty in various academic departments and interdisciplinary programs throughout the school. Supervise faculty hiring, reviews, and tenure and promotion activities of the departments. Negotiate terms of employment, leaves, sabbaticals, and retirements with tenure stream and non-tenure stream faculty. Represent university in collective bargaining with part-time faculty union. Recruit and advise department/program leadership. Work closely with academic
2 departments through reviews and strategic planning processes. Guide the implementation of these plans and the strategic recommendations contained in them. Establish programs to orient new faculty and promote their early careers. Report to Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences Dean of Undergraduate Education for Arts, Sciences, and Engineering Tufts University; Medford, Massachusetts. Serve as administrative point-person on curricular issues and educational policies. Preside over divisions of Undergraduate Education (Academic Resource Center, Advising, Programs Abroad), Athletics, Student Affairs (Residential Life, Campus Life, Cultural Centers, Judicial Affairs), and Student Services (Career Services, Financial Aid, Health Services and Counseling, Registrar). Report to Dean of the Schools of Arts and Sciences and Dean of the School of Engineering Professor (2005-present); Associate Professor ( ); Assistant Professor ( ). Department Chair ( ); Tufts University; Medford, Massachusetts. Courses: Introduction to American Politics; Political Parties; Political Psychology; American Politics and the Mass Media; Southern Politics; Candidates, Campaigns and Elections; Race and Class in American Politics Data Consultant U.C. DATA; University of California Berkeley Research Assistant Office of Administrative Assistant to the Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court of the United States, Washington, D.C. Publications Books Glaser, James M. and Timothy J. Ryan Changing Minds if Not Hearts: Political Remedies for Racial Conflict. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. Glaser, James M The Hand of the Past in Contemporary Southern Politics, New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Press. Glaser, James M Race, Campaign Politics, and the Realignment in the South, New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Press.
3 Scholarly Articles Addonizio, Elizabeth, Donald P. Green, and James M. Glaser Putting the Party Back into Politics: An Experiment Testing Whether Election Day Festivals Increase Voter Turnout, PS: Political Science and Politics, 40: Glaser, James M Changement et Persistance Dans la Vie Politique du Sud des Etats-Unis, Politique Americaine, 6: Glaser, James M The Primary Runoff as a Remnant of the Old South, Electoral Studies, 25: Glaser, James M Public Support for Political Compromise on a Volatile Racial Issue: Insight from the Survey Experiment, Political Psychology, 27: Glaser, James M Social Context and Inter-Group Political Attitudes: Experiments in Group Conflict Theory, British Journal of Political Science, 33: Glaser, James M White Voters, Black Schools: Structuring Racial Choices with a Checklist Ballot, American Journal of Political Science, 46: Glaser, James M The Preference Puzzle: Educational Differences in Racial- Political Attitudes, Political Behavior, 23: Glaser, James M When Legislators Change Sides: The Implications of Party Defections in the South, in John C. Kuzenski, Laurence W. Moreland, and Robert P. Steed (eds.), Eye of the Storm: The South and Congress in an Era of Change, Westport, Connecticut: Praeger, pp Glaser, James M "Toward an Explanation of the Racial Liberalism of American Jews," Political Research Quarterly, 50: Glaser, James M. and Martin Gilens "Inter-Regional Migration and Political Resocialization: A Study of Racial Attitudes Under Pressure," Public Opinion Quarterly, 61: Glaser, James M "The Challenge of Campaign Watching: Seven Lessons of Participant-Observation Research," PS: Political Science and Politics, 29: Glaser, James M "Black and White Perceptions of Party Differences," Political Behavior, 17: Reprinted in Nikongo Ba'Nikongo (ed.), Leading Essays in African- American Studies, 1997, Durham, North Carolina: Carolina Academic Press, pp Glaser, James M "Back to the Black Belt: Racial Environment and White Racial Attitudes in the South," The Journal of Politics, 56:21-41.
4 Sniderman, Paul M., Robert Griffin, and James M. Glaser "Information and the Psychology of Electoral Choice," in John A. Ferejohn and James H. Kuklinski (eds.), Information and Democratic Processes, Champaign-Urbana, Illinois: University of Illinois Press, pp Reprinted as "Information and Electoral Choice," in Paul M. Sniderman, Richard A. Brody, and Philip E. Tetlock, Reasoning and Choice: Explorations in Political Psychology, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp Paul M. Sniderman, Philip E. Tetlock, James M. Glaser, Donald P. Green, and Michael Hout "Principled Tolerance and the American Mass Public," British Journal of Political Science, 19: Reprinted as "Democratic Values and Mass Publics," in Paul M. Sniderman, Richard A. Brody and Philip E. Tetlock Reasoning and Choice: Explorations in Political Psychology, 1991, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp Book Reviews Review of Michael Perman, The Southern Political Tradition and Tim S.R. Boyd, Georgia Democrats, the Civil Rights Movement, and the Shaping of the New South in Political Science Quarterly, 127 (Winter, ), Review of R. Sam Garrett, Campaign Crises: Detours on the Road to Congress in Political Science Quarterly, 125 (Fall, 2010), Review of James G. Gimpel, Separate Destinations: Migration, Immigration, and the Politics of Places in American Political Science Review, 94 (September, 2000), Review of Laurence W. Moreland and Robert P. Steed (eds.), The 1996 Presidential Election in the South: Southern Party Systems in the 1990s in The Journal of Politics, 61 (February, 1999), Review of Katherine Tate, From Protest to Politics in The Journal of Politics, 56 (November, 1994), Review of Earl Black and Merle Black, The Vital South in Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 12 (Summer, 1993), Other Publications Glaser, James M. and Timothy J. Ryan. How Race Neutrality Can Save Affirmative Action The Washington Monthly, November/December 2013,, pp Available on-line at:
5 Glaser, James M. and Timothy J. Ryan. Preferences always will play a part in admissions. Houston Chronicle. June 7, Glaser, James M. Basic Training for Academics, Chronicle of Higher Education (Chronicle Review), December 3, Glaser, James M. Of Paperweights and Weighty Papers: Dos and Don ts of Task Forces, Chronicle of Higher Education, December 4, Invited Talks (Selected) White Attitudes Toward Racial Preferences in College Admissions: Studies in Persuasion, Illinois Wesleyan University, Perspectives on Civil Rights and Race Lecture Series, March 19, Undergraduate Retention: Challenges and Successes, American University, October 5, Fresh Debates in Southern Politics: Race, Class, Religion, and Partisanship in a Changing American South, Roundtable at the American Political Science Association Conference, Toronto, Canada, September 5, White Attitudes Toward Race Neutral and Race Conscious Policies, Harvard University, Harvard Workshop on American Politics, March 21, The Hand of the Past in Contemporary Southern Politics, Keynote Speech at the Citadel Symposium on Southern Politics, Charleston, South Carolina, March 3, White Voters, Black Schools: Structuring Racial Choices with a Checklist Ballot, University of California Los Angeles, Institute for Social Science Research, March 11, The Dream Deferred: Race and American Politics, Roundtable at the 17th Annual Symposium of Education for Public Inquiry and International Citizenship (EPIIC), Tufts University, February 21, The Comparative Case Study: Lessons Learned by a Road Scholar, University of New Orleans Department of Political Science, January 26, Southern Politics Visits with Richard Fenno, Roundtable at the 2000 Southern Political Science Association Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, November 10, V.O. Key and Southern Politics: A 50th Anniversary Review, Roundtable at the 1999 Southern Political Science Association Conference, Savannah, Georgia, November 5, 1999.
6 Reflections on the 1998 Congressional Elections, Boston Area Workshop on American Political Development, November 23, "The 1998 Elections in the South," Roundtable at the 1998 Annual Meeting of the Southern Political Science Association Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, October 29, "Race and Political Strategy in the South," Vanderbilt University Department of Political Science, October 27, "Ethical Issues in Participant-Observation Research," Roundtable at the 1996 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association Conference, San Francisco, California, August, "Race and Political Strategy in the South," Princeton University Department of Politics, January 12, Honors and Awards 2011 Contributor to Paul M. Sniderman, Richard A. Brody, and Philip E. Tetlock, Reasoning and Choice: Explorations in Political Psychology, 1991, Cambridge University Press (Winner of the 2011 American Political Science Association Philip E. Converse Award for an outstanding book published at least five years ago in elections, public opinion, and voting behavior. ) 2006 V.O. Key Award for Best Book in Southern Politics published in Given by the Southern Political Science Association for The Hand of the Past in Contemporary Southern Politics Choice Magazine Outstanding Political Science Academic Title Designation for The Hand of the Past in Contemporary Southern Politics Best Paper Award. Best paper delivered at the 2000 American Political Science Association Annual Meeting in the Elections, Public Opinion, and Voting Behavior Section. For White Voters, Black Schools: Structuring Racial Choices with a Checklist Ballot Lerman-Neubauer Prize for Outstanding Teaching and Advising. Awarded annually to one member of the Tufts faculty judged by graduating seniors as having had a profound effect on them intellectually, both in and out of the classroom Tufts University Outstanding Faculty Award. Given annually by the administration to one member of the social science faculty Choice Magazine Outstanding Political Science Book Designation for Race, Campaign Politics, and the Realignment in the South.
7 1997 V.O. Key Award for Best Book in Southern Politics published in Given by the Southern Political Science Association for Race, Campaign Politics, and the Realignment in the South Contributor to Paul M. Sniderman, Richard A. Brody, and Philip E. Tetlock, Reasoning and Choice: Explorations in Political Psychology, 1991, Cambridge University Press (Winner of the 1992 American Political Science Association Woodrow Wilson Foundation Book Award) Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor, U.C. Berkeley 1983 Phi Beta Kappa, Stanford University 1983 Political Science Departmental Honors, Stanford University 1982 Pi Sigma Alpha, Stanford University Grants and Fellowships 1999 Russell Sage Foundation Grant ( Advancing Group Conflict Theory Through the Public Opinion Experiment ); $17, The Dirksen Congressional Center Congressional Research Award National Science Foundation Grant. Multi-Investigator Study (with Paul M. Sniderman, Henry Brady, and others) Tufts University Summer Faculty Fellowship 1992 American Political Science Association Research Grant ("Studying Political and Racial Attitudes with Contextual Data") 1989 Phi Beta Kappa Dissertation Fellowship, U.C. Berkeley 1988 Dean of Graduate Studies Fellowship, U.C. Berkeley Professional Activities Section Chair: Elections and Voting Track for the 2000 Southern Political Science Association Convention, Atlanta, Georgia, November 8-11, Referee: American Journal of Political Science, American Political Science Review, American Politics Quarterly, Legislative Studies Quarterly, The Journal of Politics, Political Behavior, Political Research Quarterly, Public Opinion Quarterly, National Science Foundation.
8 Visiting Committee: Hamilton College Division of Student Affairs (2/08) V.O. Key Book Award Selection Committee, Media Appearances (selected): New England Cable News; Christian Science Monitor Broadcast News; Marjorie Egan/Jim Braude Show (WTKK-FM); Greater Boston (WGBH-TV); Inside Politics (CNN); CNN News; BBC Radio World Service.