Category Archives: Reiter

Prof. Howard Reiter Died

Prof. Howard Reiter, a long-time member of the political science department, died on January 10, 2012. More details are here. He will be missed. Advertisements

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Dussault defends thesis on self-financed Congressional races

Jessica Dussault ’11, advised by Prof. Howard Reiter, defended her senior honors thesis. The thesis is entitled, “The Impact of Self-Financed Candidates on Incumbent Vote Share: A Study of the 2006 House Election.”

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Courant covers Reiter’s New Book

“Why Northeast Republicans Are Rarer Species” features a Q & A with Prof. Howard Reiter on his new book, Counter Realignment: Political Change in the Northeastern United States. (co-authored with Jeffrey M. Stonecash)

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Reiter speaks on new book at COOP (March 3)

Prof. Howard Reiter will speak on his new book, Counter Realignment: Political Change in the Northeastern United States. The talk will take place at the UConn Coop Bookstore on Thursday, March 3, 2011 at 4 pm. Prof. Reiter will be … Continue reading

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Reiter to speak on new book, March 3

Prof. Howard Reiter will speak on his new book, Counter Realignment: Political Change in the Northeastern United States. The talk will take place at the UConn Coop Bookstore on Thursday, March 3, 2011 at 4 pm. Prof. Reiter will be … Continue reading

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Reiter Publishes New Book on American Politics

In Counter Realignment: Political Change in the Northeastern United States, Profs. Howard L. Reiter and Jeffrey M. Stonecash (Syracuse) analyze data from the early 1900s to the early 2000s to explain how the Republican Party lost the northeastern United States … Continue reading

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