Matt Hindman, PhD
Matt Hindman is author of the book Political Advocacy and Its Interested Citizens, published by Penn Press in 2019. His research and teaching interests include American political development, higher education governance, democratic theory, inequality, interest groups, LGBTQ politics, and political parties, among other topics. Matt is president of the University of Tulsa chapter of the American Association of University Professors (TU-AAUP).
Political Advocacy and Its Interested Citizens: Neoliberalism, Postpluralism, and LGBT Organizations. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2019.
“Promiscuity of the Past: Neoliberalism and Gay Sexuality Pre- and Post-AIDS,” Politics, Groups, & Identities 7:1 (March 2019), pp. 52-70.
“Reinventing Pluralism: Consensus, Hegemony, and the Politics of Affirmation,” New Political Science 39:1 (March 2017), pp. 17-35.
With Bernard Ivan Tamas. “Ballot Access Laws and the Decline of American Third-Parties,” Election Law Journal 13:2 (June 2014), pp. 260-276.
“Rethinking Intersectionality: Towards an Understanding of Discursive Marginalization,” New Political Science 33:2 (June 2011), pp. 189-210.
Review of Punishment, Participatory Democracy, and the Jury, Albert Dzur, Law and Politics Book Review 23:8 (2013), pp. 393-396.
Review of Queer Mobilizations: LGBT Activists Confront the Law, Mary Bernstein, et. al., eds., Law and Politics Book Review, 21:1 (2011), pp. 22-25.
Hindman, Matthew. “How Citizens United Has Changed the Political Landscape.” (2015): n. pag. Print.
- American Political Parties and Ideologies
- Gender and Sexuality in U.S. Politics
- Senior Project
- The American Presidency
- Topics in Public Affairs
- Understanding American Politics
- First Seminar
- Inequalities in American Democracy
- American Political Science Association
- Western Political Science Association
- American Association of University Professors
- Concerned Faculty of TU
Awards & Honors
- 2021 NOVA Faculty Fellow
- 2018 Thomas H. Buckley Award for Teaching Excellence