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Peter Haschke received his PhD and MA in Political Science from the University of Rochester, and a BA in Political Science from the University of North Carolina Asheville. His current research explores mechanisms of state perpetrated violence in democracies - especially violence that cannot be subsumed under a national security centric repression account. His teaching and research interests generally are in the field of comparative politics, with a focus on the study of democratic institutions and processes.
Access Peter Haschke's Curriculum Vita here: Haschke CV - September 2017
- PhD in Political Science from the University of Rochester
- MA in Political Science from the University of Rochester
- BA in Political Science from the University of North Carolina -- Asheville
- Human Rights in Democracies (Routledge, 2018)
- "Are Global Human Rights Conditions Static or Improving." with Mark Gibney in Peace and Conflict (2017)
- "Youth, Revolution, and Repression." with Mehdi Shadmehr in Economic Inquiry 54(2):778–793. (2016)
- "Introduction to the Societal Violence Scale: Physical Integrity Rights Violations and Non-State Actors." with Linda Cornett and Mark Gibney in Human Rights Quarterly 38: 1102-1108. (2016)
- "Violations of Human Rights Standards" with Linda Cornett, Mark Gibney, Reed Wood and Daniel Arnon in Oxford Research Encyclopedia. (2016)
- "Why States Repress: Evaluating Global Patterns of Abuse with the Political Terror Scale." with Reed Wood and Mark Gibney in Peace and Conflict (2016)
- POLS 178: Ethnicity, Politics, & Conflict in Global Perspective
- POLS 261: Comparative Politics
- POLS 290: Political Analysis
- POLS 396: Quantitative Reasoning (course page)
- POLS 316: Comparative Political Parties and Elections
- POLS 311: Comparative Conflict Processes
- POLS 490: Senior Research Seminar
His personal website can be found here: www.peterhaschke.com.