Faculty Profile

John Ishiyama

Title
Professor
Department
Political Science
College
College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences

    

Education

PhD, Michigan State University, 1992.
Major: Department of Political Science
MA, University of Michigan, 1985.
Major: Center for Russian and East European Studies
BA, Bowling Green State University, 1982.
Major: Department of Political Science and Department of History

Current Scheduled Teaching*

PSCI 5950.751, Master's Thesis, Spring 2023
PSCI 5610.001, Proseminar in Comparative Government, Spring 2023
PSCI 5610.601, Proseminar in Comparative Government, Spring 2023
PSCI 4954.001, Research Capstone, Spring 2023
PSCI 6950.751, Doctoral Dissertation, Fall 2022
PSCI 6950.752, Doctoral Dissertation, Fall 2022
PSCI 5950.080, Master's Thesis, Fall 2022
PSCI 5340.001, Seminar in Political Science Scope and Methods, Fall 2022 Syllabus
PSCI 5340.600, Seminar in Political Science Scope and Methods, Fall 2022 Syllabus
PSCI 5900.003, Special Problems, Fall 2022
PSCI 6900.006, Special Problems, Fall 2022

* Texas Education Code 51.974 (HB 2504) requires each institution of higher education to make available to the public, a syllabus for undergraduate lecture courses offered for credit by the institution.

Previous Scheduled Teaching*

PSCI 5900.002, Special Problems, Summer 5W1 2022
PSCI 6650.002, Seminar in Comparative Politics, Spring 2022 Syllabus SPOT
PSCI 6900.733, Special Problems, Spring 8W2 2022
PSCI 4952.001, Political Science Capstone Seminar, Fall 2021 Syllabus SPOT
PSCI 5340.001, Seminar in Political Science Scope and Methods, Fall 2021 Syllabus SPOT
PSCI 5340.600, Seminar in Political Science Scope and Methods, Fall 2021 SPOT
PSCI 6900.001, Special Problems, Fall 8W2 2021
PSCI 6900.716, Special Problems, Fall 2021
PSCI 6900.723, Special Problems, Summer 5W2 2021
PSCI 5900.726, Special Problems, Spring 2021
PSCI 6900.727, Special Problems, Spring 2021
PSCI 6900.729, Special Problems, Spring 2021
PSCI 4700.001, Topics in Comparative Politics, Spring 2021 Syllabus SPOT
PSCI 6930.716, Individual Research, Fall 2020
PSCI 5950.081, Master's Thesis, Fall 8W2 2020
PSCI 5340.001, Seminar in Political Science Scope and Methods, Fall 2020 SPOT
PSCI 5340.600, Seminar in Political Science Scope and Methods, Fall 2020 SPOT
PSCI 6900.716, Special Problems, Fall 2020
PSCI 6900.738, Special Problems, Fall 2020
PSCI 2306.008, US and Texas Constitutions and Institutions, Fall 2020 Syllabus SPOT
PSCI 4951.006, Honors College Capstone Thesis, Spring 2020
PSCI 6000.005, Research Seminar, Spring 2020 Syllabus
PSCI 3996.002, Honors College Mentored Research Experience, Fall 2019
PSCI 2300.002, Introduction to Political Research, Fall 2019 Syllabus SPOT
PSCI 6650.001, Seminar in Comparative Politics, Fall 2019 Syllabus SPOT
PSCI 6900.716, Special Problems, Fall 2019
PSCI 3600.002, Governments and Politics Around the World, Spring 2019 Syllabus SPOT
PSCI 5650.001, Seminar in Comparative Politics, Spring 2019 SPOT
PSCI 6900.727, Special Problems, Spring 2019
PSCI 6900.729, Special Problems, Spring 2019
PSCI 6900.730, Special Problems, Spring 2019
PSCI 4952.001, Political Science Capstone Seminar, Fall 2018 Syllabus SPOT
PSCI 6900.716, Special Problems, Fall 2018
PSCI 2306.008, US and Texas Constitutions and Institutions, Fall 2018 Syllabus SPOT
PSCI 3700.001, Area Politics, Spring 2018 Syllabus SPOT
PSCI 5610.001, Proseminar in Comparative Government, Spring 2018 SPOT
PSCI 6900.727, Special Problems, Spring 2018
PSCI 6900.729, Special Problems, Spring 2018
PSCI 6900.730, Special Problems, Spring 2018
PSCI 6930.716, Individual Research, Fall 2017
PSCI 4720.001, Ethnicity in World Politics, Spring 2017 Syllabus SPOT
PSCI 5610.001, Proseminar in Comparative Government, Spring 2017 SPOT
PSCI 5610.600, Proseminar in Comparative Government, Spring 2017 SPOT
PSCI 6900.727, Special Problems, Spring 2017
PSCI 1040.009, American Government: Laws and Institutions, Fall 2016 Syllabus SPOT
PSCI 1040.809, American Government: Laws and Institutions, Fall 2016 Syllabus SPOT
PSCI 5340.001, Seminar in Political Science Scope and Methods, Fall 2016 SPOT
PSCI 5340.600, Seminar in Political Science Scope and Methods, Fall 2016 SPOT
PSCI 6900.716, Special Problems, Fall 2016
PSCI 6930.725, Individual Research, Spring 2016
PSCI 5610.001, Proseminar in Comparative Government, Spring 2016 SPOT
PSCI 6900.727, Special Problems, Spring 2016
PSCI 1040.008, American Government: Laws and Institutions, Fall 2015 Syllabus SPOT
PSCI 3996.002, Honors College Mentored Research Experience, Fall 2015
PSCI 6930.716, Individual Research, Fall 2015
PSCI 4900.716, Special Problems, Fall 2015
PSCI 6900.716, Special Problems, Fall 2015
PSCI 6930.725, Individual Research, Spring 2015
PSCI 5650.001, Seminar in Area Studies, Spring 2015
PSCI 5650.791, Seminar in Area Studies, Spring 2015
PSCI 6900.727, Special Problems, Spring 2015
PSCI 1040.008, American Government: Laws and Institutions, Fall 2014 Syllabus
PSCI 6930.716, Individual Research, Fall 2014
PSCI 6900.716, Special Problems, Fall 2014
PSCI 6930.725, Individual Research, Spring 2014
PSCI 5610.001, Proseminar in Comparative Government, Spring 2014
PSCI 6900.727, Special Problems, Spring 2014
PSCI 1040.003, American Government: Laws and Institutions, Fall 2013 Syllabus
PSCI 6930.716, Individual Research, Fall 2013
PSCI 6900.716, Special Problems, Fall 2013
PSCI 5900.723, Special Problems, Summer 5W2 2013
PSCI 6900.723, Special Problems, Summer 5W2 2013
PSCI 6900.723, Special Problems, Summer 5W1 2013
PSCI 6930.725, Individual Research, Spring 2013
PSCI 6940.716, Practicum, Spring 2013
PSCI 5610.001, Proseminar in Comparative Government, Spring 2013
PSCI 6900.727, Special Problems, Spring 2013
PSCI 6930.716, Individual Research, Fall 2012
PSCI 3600.001, Comparative Politics, Spring 2012 Syllabus
PSCI 6930.725, Individual Research, Spring 2012
PSCI 6940.716, Practicum, Spring 2012
PSCI 5610.001, Proseminar in Comparative Government, Spring 2012
PSCI 6900.727, Special Problems, Spring 2012
PSCI 1040.006, American Government: Laws and Institutions, Fall 2011 Syllabus
PSCI 1040.821, American Government: Laws and Institutions, Fall 2011 Syllabus
PSCI 6930.716, Individual Research, Fall 2011
PSCI 4100.001, Political Parties, Fall 2011 Syllabus
PSCI 6940.716, Practicum, Fall 2011
PSCI 6900.716, Special Problems, Fall 2011
PSCI 6900.723, Special Problems, Summer 5W2 2011
PSCI 6900.723, Special Problems, Summer 5W1 2011
PSCI 5610.001, Proseminar in Comparative Government, Spring 2011
PSCI 4700.002, Topics in Comparative Politics, Spring 2011 Syllabus
PSCI 3600.001, Comparative Politics, Fall 2010 Syllabus
PSCI 6940.716, Practicum, Fall 2010
PSCI 6900.716, Special Problems, Fall 2010
PSCI 4700.002, Topics in Comparative Politics, Fall 2010 Syllabus
PSCI 6930.715, Individual Research, Summer 10W 2010
PSCI 5900.723, Special Problems, Summer 5W2 2010
PSCI 6900.723, Special Problems, Summer 5W1 2010
PSCI 1040.005, American Government: Laws and Institutions, Spring 2010
PSCI 4100.001, Political Parties, Spring 2010
PSCI 6900.727, Special Problems, Spring 2010
PSCI 3700.001, Area Politics, Fall 2009
PSCI 5610.001, Proseminar in Comparative Government, Fall 2009
PSCI 4820.003, Contemporary International Problems, Spring 2009
PSCI 4700.004, Topics in Comparative Politics, Spring 2009
PSCI 4700.002, Topics in Comparative Politics, Fall 2008

* Texas Education Code 51.974 (HB 2504) requires each institution of higher education to make available to the public, a syllabus for undergraduate lecture courses offered for credit by the institution.

Published Publications

Published Intellectual Contributions

Abstracts and Proceedings
Ishiyama, J. T. (2006). "Alexander Dubcek".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2006). "Post-Authoritarian Parties".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2006). "Slovakia".
Ishiyama, J. T. (1995). "The Role of Public Argumentation in Emerging Democracies: A Case Study of the December 12 Elections in the Russian Federation." .
Blog post
Breuning, M., Ishiyama, J. (2022). How Research on Role Conceptions Helps Understand Ukrainian Resistance. The Jordan Center Blog (formerly: All the Russias), NYU Jordan Center. https://jordanrussiacenter.org/news/cconfronting-russia-how-research-on-role-conceptions-helps-understand-ukrainian-resistance/#.Ykuk9jVOnb0
Book
Ishiyama, J. T., Sindre, G. (2022). The Effects of Rebel Parties on Governance, Democracy and Stability after Civil Wars: From Guns to Governing. Routledge.
Breuning, M., Ishiyama, J. T. (2021). How to Get Published in the Best Political Science and International Relations Journals: Understanding the Publishing Game. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2017). From Bullets to Ballots: The Transformation of Rebel Groups into Political Parties (third listing). New York: Routledge.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2015). Handbook of Teaching and Learning in Political Science and International Relations.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2012). Comparative Politics: Principles of Democracy and Democratization.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2010). 21st Century Political Science: A Handbook.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2008). Assessment in Political Science.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2002). Communist Successor Parties of Central and Eastern Europe.
Ishiyama, J. T. (1999). Communist Successor Parties in Post-Communist Politics.
Ishiyama, J. T. (1998). Ethnopolitics in the New Europe ..
Book Chapter
Ishiyama, J. T., Sindre, G. (2022). Rebel group inclusion and post-war democratisation – governance, democracy and stability. The Effects of Rebel Parties on Governance, Democracy and Stability after Civil Wars: From Guns to Governing. London: Routledge.
Ishiyama, J. T., Sindre, G. (2022). Rebel parties and post-civil war politics. The Effects of Rebel Parties on Governance, Democracy and Stability after Civil Wars: From Guns to Governing. London: Routledge.
Ishiyama, J. T., Marshall, M. C. (2022). “The effects of rebel parties on governance: Organizational endowments, ideology, and governance after civil wars end”. The Effects of Rebel Parties on Governance, Democracy and Stability after Civil Wars: From Guns to Governing. London: Routledge.
Breuning, M., Ishiyama, J. (2022). How to Publish in Academic Journals. Handbook of Research Methods and Applications in International Relations. Edward Elgar.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2022). “Teaching Political Methodology to Undergraduate Students”. Teaching Political Methodology. Edward Elgar.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2022). “Teaching an Introductory Graduate Methods Course". Teaching Political Methodology. London: Edward Elgar.
Williams, D. C., Ishiyama, J. T., Young, M., Launer, M. (2022). "The Role of Public Argument in Emerging Democracies: A case study of the December 12 1993 elections in Russia". The Rhetorical Rise and Demise of Democracy in Russian Political Discourse.
Young, M., Launer, M., Williams, D. C., Likachova, I., Ishiyama, J. T. (2022). Analysis of Political Argumentation and Party Campaigning Prior to the 1993 and 1995 State Duma Elections: Lessons Learned and Not Learned. The Rhetorical Rise and Demise of Democracy in Russian Political Discourse.
Williams, D. C., Ishiyama, J. T., Young, M., Launer, M. (2022). Argument and Political Party Formulations: A Continuing Case Study of Democratization in the Russian Federation. The Rhetorical Rise and Demise of Democracy in Russian Political Discourse.
Ishiyama, J. T., Launer, M., Williams, D. C., Young, M. (2022). Russian Electoral Politics and the Search for National Identity. The Rhetorical Rise and Demise of Democracy in Russian Political Discourse.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2021). Political Parties and Democratization (first listing). Oxford Research Encylopedia of Politics.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2019). A Theory of Global Legislative Decline? (third listing). Post-Authoritarian Legislatures in the Era of Strong Executives: Issues in Building Institutional Capacity.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2019). "Russia" (second listing). Thirty Years of Political Campaigning in Central and Eastern Europe. Palgrave.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2019). Communism and Organizational Symbiosis in South Yemen: The People’s Democratic Union, the National Liberation Front, and the Yemeni Socialist Party (third listing). The Communist Parties in the Middle East: A History of a Century. Routledge.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2019). The Transformation of Armed Organizations into Political Parties (third listing). Caroline Hartzell and Andreas Mehler eds Power Sharing and Power Relations: Transforming the Post-Conflict Landscape, Lynne Rienner.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2016). “Journal Editors as Ethics Sheriffs” (third listing). Ethics and Experiments: Problems and Solutions for Social Scientists and Policy Professionals.
Betancourt, F., Ishiyama, J. T. (2016). “La política del federalismo fiscal del régimen panista en México: El caso del seguro popular (2000-2012)” (third listing). Temas de Historia y Discontinuidad Sociocultural en México.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2015). "Effective Syllabus Design". Handbook of Teaching and Learning in Political Science and International Relations.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2015). "Political Parties, Democracy, and 'Good Governance.'". The Political Economy of Good Governance.
Watson, W. L., King, K. L., Hamner, J. H., Oldmixon, E. A., Ishiyama, J. T., Miller, W., Simon, E. (2015). "After the Apocalypse: A Simulation for Introduction to Politics Classes" in Ishiyama, Miller, and Simon, eds. Handbook on Teaching and Learning in Political Science and International Relations. Handbook on Teaching and Learning in Political Science and International Relations. London:.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2012). " Graduate Student Teacher Training Courses and Job Placement in Political Science".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2010). "Ethnic and Identity Politics".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2010). "Marxism".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2010). "Models of Democracy".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2009). " Comparing Learning Assessment Plans in Political Science".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2009). " The Critical Portfolio: Facilitating the Reflective Political Science Student in the Experiential Environment".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2009). "Introduction".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2008). " Learning to Lose (and Sometimes Win): The Neocommunist Parties in Post Soviet Politics".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2002). "A Typology of Successor Parties: An Overview".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2002). "An Unfinished Story: Towared Explaining the Transformation of the Communist Successor Parties".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2002). "Introduction and Theoretical Framework".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2001). "Neopatrimonialism and the Prospects for Democratization in the Central Asian Republics".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2001). "Sickles into Roses: The Communist Successor Parties and Democratic Consolidation in Comparative Perspective".
Ishiyama, J. T. (1999). "Discussion and Conclusions".
Ishiyama, J. T. (1999). "Introduction and Theoretical Framework".
Ishiyama, J. T. (1999). "What Kinds of Parties Are Emerging? Patterns of Successor Party Organizational Development".
Book Review
Ishiyama, J. T. (2019). Book Review of "Life After Dictatorship" by James Loxton and Scott Mainwaring, 2018, Cambridge University Press (third listing). Perspectives on Politics.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2015). Review of Maria Koinova Ethnonationalist ConflicT in Post-communist States. Varieties of Governance in Bulgaria, Macedonia, and Kosovo. Slavic Review.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2015). Review of Malte Kassner The Influence of the Type of Dominant Party on Democracy: A Comparison Between South Africa and Malaysia. Party Politics.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2014). Review of Sebastian Elischer Political Parties in Africa. Party Politics.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2013). Review of Rico Isaac Party System Formation in Kazakhstan.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2012). Review of Paul Lewis and Radoslaw Markowski Europeanizing Party Politics. Slavic Review.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2009). Review of Henry E. Hale, Why Not Parties in Russia? Democracy, Federalism and the State.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2009). Review of Ian Peleg Democratizing the Hegemonic State: Political Transformation in the Age of Identity.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2008). Review of David Turton, ed. Ethnic Federalism: The Ethiopian Experience in a Comparative Perspective.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2007). Review of Attila Melegh On the East-West Slope: Globalization, nationalism, racism and discourses on Central and Eastern Europe.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2007). Review of David White. The Russian Democratic Party Yabloko: Opposition in a Managed Democracy.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2007). Review of Joanna Birnir Ethnicity and Electoral Politics.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2007). Review of John E. Jackson, Jacek Klich, Krystyna Poznanska, The Political Economy of Poland's Transition: New Firms and Reform Governments.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2006). Review of Andrew Wilson Virtual Politics: Faking Democracy in the Post-Soviet World.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2006). Review of Richard Matland and Kathleen Montgomery Women's Access to Political Power in Post Communist Europe.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2004). Review of M.A. Mohamed Salih ed. African Political Parties: Evolution, Institutionalization and Governance.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2004). Review of Tomáš Kostelecký, Political Parties after Communism.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2003). Review of Gwendolyn Sasse, Territory and Ethnopolitics in the Former Soviet Union.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2002). Review of Geoffrey Pridham, The Dynamics of Democratization: A Comparative Approach.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2002). Review of Sarah Birch, Democratization in Ukraine.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2002). Review of Steven Smith's and Thomas Remington's The Politics of Institutional Choice: The Formation of the Russian State Duma in International Politics.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2002). Review of Valerie Sperling, ed. Building the Russian State: Institutional Crisis and the Quest for Democratic Governance in Europe-Asia Studies and Review of Steven Smith and Thomas Remington The Politics of Institutional Choice: The Formation of the Russian State Duma.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2001). Review of Pal Kolsto's Political Construction Sites: Nation Building in Russia and the Post-Soviet States in Slavic Review.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2000). Review of Richard Rose, et al Democracy and its Alternatives in Comparative Political Studies.
Ishiyama, J. T. (1998). Review of Jacques Levesque The Enigma of 1989: The USSR and the Liberation of  Eastern Europe Political inScience Quarterly.  .
Ishiyama, J. T. (1998). Review of Matthew Wyman's Public Opinion in Postcommunist Russia in Europe  Asia Studies. .
Ishiyama, J. T. (1998). Review of Paul Lewis' Party Structure and Organization in East-Central Europe in  Slavic Review.
Ishiyama, J. T. (1996). Review of Graeme Gill's The Collapse of a Single Party State  in Journal of Politics.
Ishiyama, J. T. (1996). Review of Robert Orttung's From Leningrad to St. Petersburg in Journal of Politics.
Journal Article
Ishiyama, J. T. (2022). "Has legislative power declined globally? ". The Journal of Legislative Studies.
Okundaye, G. C., Ishiyama, J. T., Silva, A. (2022). “Pre-Migratory Political Experiences with Autocracy and Violence and Immigrants’ Willingness to Vote". Social Science Quarterly.
Williams, C., Ishiyama, J. T. (2022). "How Voter Distributions, Issue Ownership, and Position Influence Party Emphasis". Social Science Quarterly.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2022). "Does ethnic federalism lead to greater ethnic identity? The case of Ethiopia". Publius: The Journal of Federalism.
Ishiyama, J. T., Marshall, M., Stewart, B. (2022). Are former rebel parties more likely to engage in electoral violence in Africa?. Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2021). Is Ethnonationalism Growing in Ethiopia and will it lead to the Dissolution of the Country? Evidence from the World Value Survey 2007-2020 (first listing). Journal of Asian and African Studies. 56(5), 1004-1035.
Shiferaw, B., Ishiyama, J. T. (2021). Political transition and the rise of Amhara Nationalism in Ethiopia (first listing). Journal of Asian and African Studies. 56(5), 1036-1050.
Breuning, M., Ishiyama, J. T. (2021). "Confronting Russia: How Do the Citizens of Countries of the Former Soviet Union Perceive Their States' Role?" (first listing). Communist and Post-Communist Studies. 54(3), 97-118.
Esparza, D., Ishiyama, J. T. (2021). "Born to Run: Where Rebel Parties Participate in Post-Conflict Local Elections" (first listing). Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties.
Ishiyama, J. T., Silva, A. (2020). "Unpacking the Suitcase: Pre-migratory experiences with ethnic violence and descriptive representation among Asian Americans." (second listing). Social Science Quarterly.
Ishiyama, J. T., Shliek, I. (2020). Rethinking the Relationship between Inclusive Institutions and Political Violence (second listing). Nationalism and Ethnic Politics.
Ishiyama, J. T., Kim, T. (2020). "Authoritarian Survival Strategies and Elite Churn: The Case of North Korea" (second listing). International Area Studies Review.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2020). Organized Crime and Political Party Systems Characteristics in Post Communist and Latin American Countries (second listiing). Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2019). Is Democracy Necessary for Good Governance? (second Listing). Social Science Quarterly.
Batta, A., Ishiyama, J. T., (2019). The Russia Connection: What explains level of support for Russia in Central and Eastern Europe? Testing the economic attraction and ideological affinity hypotheses (second listing). Communist and Post-Communist Studies.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2019). "What kinds of departments promote undergraduate research in political science?" (third listing). Journal of Political Science Education.
Ishiyama, J. T., Mahdavi, P. (2019). Dynamics of the inner elite in dictatorships: Evidence from North Korea (third listing). Comparative Politics.
Ishiyama, J. T., Stewart, B. (2019). Organization and the Structure of Opportunities: Understanding the Success of Ethnic Parties in Post-Communist Europe (third listing). Party Politics.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2019). Identity Change and Rebel Party Political Success (third listing). Government and Opposition.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2019). Towards a Theory of Legislative Decline (third listing). PS: Political Science & Politics.
Ishiyama, J. T., Widmeier, M. (2019). From “Bush Bureaucracies” to Electoral Competition: What Explains the Political Success of Rebel Parties after Civil Wars? (third listing). Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties.
Breuning, M., Gross, B. I., Feinberg, A., Martinez, M., Sharma, R., Ishiyama, J. T. (2018). Clearing the Pipeline? Gender and the Review Process at the APSR.. PS: Political Science & Politics. 51(3), 629-634.
Ishiyama, J. T., Pace, C., Stewart, B. (2018). Foreign Threat and Political Party Change: Russia and changes in party manifestos (third listing). Communist and Post-Communist Studies. 51(4), 325-335.
Ishiyama, J. T., Pulido, A. (2018). What are the Effects of Large-Scale Violence on Social and Institutional Trust? Using the Civil War literature to understand the case of Mexico, 2006-2012 (second listing). Civil Wars.
Ishiyama, J. T., Martinez, M., Ozsut, M. (2018). "Do "Resource Cursed States" have lower levels of Social and Institutional Trust?: Evidence from Africa and Latin America".(second listing). Social Science Quarterly. Blackwell.
Breuning, M., Feinberg, A., Gross, B., Martinez, M., Sharma, R., Ishiyama, J. T. (2018). How International is Political Science? Patterns of Submission and Publication in the APSR.. PS: Political Science & Politics. 51(4), 789-798.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2018). Understanding the “Gravity” of Authoritarianism China, Russia, and Authoritarian Cooperation (second listing). Taiwan Journal of Democracy. 14(1), 61-75.
Williams, C., Ishiyama, J. T. (2018). "Responding to the Left: The Effect of Far Left Parties on Mainstream Party Euroskepticism" (second listing). Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties. 28(4), 443-466.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2018). An Oasis of Democracy in an Authoritarian Sea? Civil Society, Social, and Institutional Trust in Georgia (second listing). Communist and Post-Communist Studies. Communist and Post Communist Studies. 51(1), 19-26.
Ishiyama, J. T., Breuning, M. (2017). Organizing to Rule: Structure, Agent, and Explaining Presidential Management Styles in Africa (third listing). Democratization. 25(3), 524-544.
Ishiyama, J. T., Pechenina, A. (2016). “Colored Revolutions, Interpersonal Trust, and Confidence in Institutions: The consequences of mass uprisings” (third listing). Social Science Quarterly. 97(3), 748-770.
Ishiyama, J. T., Pulido, A., Stewart, B. (2016). “Does conflict lead to ethnic particularism? Electoral violence and ethnicity in Kenya 2005-2008” (third listing). Nationalism and Ethnic Politics. 22(3), 300-321.
Ishiyama, J. T., Marshall, M. (2016). “Does political inclusion of rebel parties promote peace after civil conflict?” (second listing). Democratization. 23(4), 1021-1037.
Ishiyama, J. T., Marshall, M. (2016). "What Explains Former Rebel Party Name Changes after a Civil Conflict Ends? External and internal factors and the transition to political competition." (third listing). Party Politics. 23(4), 364-375.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2015). "What Explains Former Rebel Party Name Changes after a Civil Conflict Ends? External and internal factors and the transition to political competition.". Party Politics.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2015). At the Water's Edge: The Decline of Partisan Liberal Internationalism?.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2015). Candidate Recruitment and Former Rebel Parties.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2015). “Promoting an open research culture”. Science.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2015). “Regime Legacies and Governance in Post-Communist States.”. Taiwan Journal of Democracy.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2015). “Regime Legacies and Governance in Post-Communist States.”. Taiwan Journal of Democracy.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2014). "Civil Wars and Party Systems".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2014). Assessing the Leadership Transition in North Korea: Using Network Analysis of Field Inspections, 1997-2012.
Demeritt, J. H., Ishiyama, J. T., Widmeier, M. (2014). At the Water's Edge: The Decline of Partisan Liberal Internationalism?. Acta Politica. 50(3), 320-343.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2014). Do Graduate Student Teacher Training Courses Affect Placement Rates?.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2014). Do Truth Commissions Promote Trust in the Judiciary in African States?.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2014). Replication, Research Transparency, and Journal Publications: Individualism, Community Models, and the Future of Replication Studies.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2014). Territorial Control, Level of Violence, and the Electoral Performance of Former Rebel Political Parties after Civil Wars.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2013). "Elite Volatility and Change in North Korean Politics: 1997-2010".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2013). "Frequently used active learning techniques and their impact: A critical review of existing journal literature in the United States".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2013). Political Parties,Independents, and the electoral market in Sub Saharan Africa.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2012). " The Politics of Appeasement? Politics and Federal Financial Disbursements: The Case of Ethiopia".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2012). "Environmental Degradation and Genocide, 1958-2007".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2012). "Explaining Ethnic Bloc Voting in Africa".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2012). "Foreign Aid and Semi Authoritarianism".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2012). "The Emergence of Dominant Political Party Systems in Unrecognized States".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2012). Educational Access and Peace Duration in Post Conflict Countries".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2011). "Reconciliation and Conceptual Complexity: The Case of Post Conflict Kenya".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2011). "Swords into Plowshares: Rebel legacies, electoral competition and the transformation of the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) ".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2011). "What's in a name? Ethnic party identity and democratic development in post communist politics".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2011). Orphans and Political Stability.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2011). Rebel Organizations and Conflict Management in Post Conflict Societies 1990-2009".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2010). " Ethnic Partisanship in Ethiopia".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2010). "The Constitutional Courts and Democracy in the Early Years of Post Communist Eastern European Politics".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2010). "Training the Next Generation of Teaching Professors: A Comparative Study of Ph.D. Programs in Political Science".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2009). "Alternative Electoral Systems and the 2005 Ethiopian Parliamentary Election".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2009). "Do Ethnic Parties Promote Minority Ethnic Conflict?".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2009). "Explaining 'Minor' Party Nominations in Sub Saharan Africa: The Cases of Ethiopia, Zambia, and Malawi".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2009). "Historical Legacies and the Size of the Red Brown Vote in Post Communist Politics".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2009). "The Politics of Intercountry Adoption: Explaining Variation in the Legal Requirements of Sub-Saharan African Countries".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2009). "What Became of the Women's Parties in Post Communist Politics?".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2008). "Assessing Assessment: Examining the Assessment Plans at 50 Political Science Departments".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2008). "Foreign Aid and Democratization in Post-conflict Societies".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2008). "Is there a Monadic Authoritarian Peace? Authoritarian Regimes, Democratic Transition Types and the First Use of Violent Force".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2008). "Political Party Development and Party "Gravity" in Semi Authoritarian States: The Cases of Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2007). "Constitutional Engineers".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2007). "Electoral Systems, Ethnic Fragmentation and Party Systems Volatility in 31 Sub Saharan African Countries".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2007). "Expectations and Perceptions of Undergraduate Research Mentoring: Comparing First Generation, Low Income White/Caucasian and African American Students".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2007). "Foreign Aid, Democracy and Political Stability in Post Conflict Societies".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2007). "Getting Started Doing the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2007). "Marketing the International Studies Major: Claims and Content of Programs at Primarily Undergraduate Institutions in the Midwest".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2007). "Nominations and Party Development in Ethiopia: The Opposition and the 2005 Parliamentary Election".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2007). "Surveying Capstone Courses in Political Science".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2006). "A Century of Continuity and (Little) Change in the Undergraduate Political Science Curriculum".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2006). "African Phoenix? Explaining the Electoral Performance of the Formerly Dominant Parties in Africa".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2006). "Europeanization and the Communist Successor Parties in Post-Communist Politics".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2006). "Globalization, Political Institutions and Ethnic Assertiveness: An Empirical Study of Thirty-two Developing Countries.".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2006). "How 'International' Are Undergraduate Political Science Programs at Liberal Arts and Sciences Colleges and Universities in the Midwest?".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2006). "What Affects the Strength of Partisan Identity in Sub-Saharan Africa?".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2005). " The Former Marxist Leninist Parties in Africa after the End of the Cold War".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2005). "Examining the Impact of the Wahlke Report: Surveying the Structure of the Political Science Curricula at Liberal Arts and Sciences Colleges and Universities in the Midwest".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2005). "Globalization and the Development of Left Parties in Central and Eastern Europe".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2005). "The Sickle and the Minaret: The Communist Successor Parties in Yemen and Afghanistan after the End of the Cold War".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2005). "The Structure of an Undergraduate Major and Student Learning: A Cross-Institutional Study of Political Science Programs at Thirty-two Colleges and Universities".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2004). "APSA Teaching and Learning Conference: A Summary of Four Tracks (Track Three: Assessment)".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2004). "Assessment in Political Science.".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2004). "International Studies Programs: For what purpose and for whom?".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2004). "Political Performance, Electoral Rules and the Rhetorical Strategies of the Communist Successor Parties in Post Communist Eastern European Politics".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2004). "The Formerly Dominant Marxist-Leninist Parties in the Developing World after the Collapse of Communism".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2004). A Survey of International Studies Programs at Liberal Arts Colleges and Universities in the Midwest: Characteristics and Correlates "Structuring International Studies Majors: A Survey of Programs at Liberal Arts Colleges and Universities in the Midwest".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2003). "Assessing the Impact of a Graduate School Preparation Program on First-Generation, Low-income College Students".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2003). "Does Globalization Breed Ethnic Conflict?".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2003). "Does Participation in Undergraduate Research Affect Political Science Students?".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2003). "Donor Characteristics and the Dispersion of Foreign Assistance".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2003). "Examining differences between first generation and continuing generation college students at a public liberal arts university".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2003). "Judicial Activism in Post Communist Politics".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2003). "Management Issues in TRIO: A Study of McNair Programs".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2003). "Sequential or Flexible? The Impact of Differently Structured Political Science Majors on the Development of Student Reasoning".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2003). "Women's Parties in Post Communist Politics".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2002). "Does Early Participation in Undergraduate Research Benefit Social Sciences and Humanities Students?".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2002). "Does the Wording of Syllabi Affect Student Course Assessment in Introductory Political Science Classes?".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2002). "Elections and Nationalization of the Vote in Post Communist Politics: A Comparative Perspective".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2002). "Explaining Change in Communist Successor Parties: Political Environment versus Party Organization".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2002). "Regionalism and the Nationalization of the Legislative Vote in Post Communist Russian Politics".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2001). "Adaptation and Change: Characterizing the Survival Strategies of the Communist Successor Parties".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2001). "Assessing the Impact of the McNair Program on First Generation Low Income College Students at a Public Liberal Arts University".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2001). "Candidate Recruitment and the Development of Russian Political Parties, 1993-1999".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2001). "Ethnopolitical Parties and Democratic Consolidation in Post-Communist Eastern Europe".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2001). "Faculty Personality Characteristics and the Use of Student-Centered Teaching Strategies".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2001). "Liberal Undergraduate Education and Reasoning Styles: Using Political Scenarios in Student Assessment".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2001). "Party Organization and the Political Success of the Communist Successor Parties".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2001). "Superpresidentialism and Political Party Development in Russia, Ukraine, Armenia and Kyrgyzstan".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2001). "The Last Laugh: Skill Building through a Liberal Arts Political Science Curriculum".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2001). "Undergraduate Research and the Success of First-generation Low-income College Students".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2001). "Undergraduate Research Internships and Graduate School Success".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2001). "Writing Rights: Factors Influencing the Strength of Rights Clauses in Post-Communist Constitutions".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2000). "Candidate Recruitment, Party Organization and the Communist Successor Parties: the Cases of the MSzP, the KPRF and the LDDP ".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2000). "Communists after Communism: Adaptation, Electoral Performance and the Successor Parties in Comparative Perspective".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2000). "Institutions and Ethnopolitical Conflict in Post-Communist Politics".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2000). "Judicious Choices: Designing Courts in Post-Communist Politics".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2000). "Party Identity in Post-Communist Politics: The Cases of the Successor Parties in Hungary, Poland and Russia.".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2000). "Social Identity and Party Development in Post-Soviet Politics: The Case of the 'Women of Russia'".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2000). "The Communist Successor Parties and Party Identity Change in Post-Communist Politics".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2000). "Undergraduate Research Internships and Student Success in Graduate School: a Summary Report".
Ishiyama, J. T. (1999). "Aiding the (Former) Enemy: Testing Explanations for Foreign Assistance to Eastern Europe and the FSU Republics".
Ishiyama, J. T. (1999). "Critical Thinking Disposition and Locus of Control as Predictors of Evaluations of Teaching Strategies".
Ishiyama, J. T. (1999). "Political Integration and Political Parties in Post Soviet Russian Politics".
Ishiyama, J. T. (1999). "Political Parties and Candidate Recruitment in Post-Soviet Russian Politics".
Ishiyama, J. T. (1999). "Representational Mechanisms and Ethnic Partisan Conflict: the Evidence from New Democracies in Eastern Europe".
Ishiyama, J. T. (1999). "Sickles into Roses: The Communist Successor Parties and Democratic Consolidation in Comparative Perspective".
Ishiyama, J. T. (1999). "The Communist Successor Parties and Party Organizational Development in Post- Communist Politics".
Ishiyama, J. T. (1998). "Presidential Power and Democratic Development in Post-Communist Politics".
Ishiyama, J. T. (1998). "Red versus Expert: Candidate Recruitment and Communist Party Adaptation in Post-Soviet  Politics".
Ishiyama, J. T. (1998). "Russian Electoral Politics and the Search for National Identity" .
Ishiyama, J. T. (1998). "Strange Bedfellows: Explaining Political Cooperation between Communist-successor Parties  and Nationalists in Eastern Europe".
Ishiyama, J. T. (1998). "The Rhetoric of Nationalism: The Volksunie and Vlaams Blok in Belgian Politics"  .
Ishiyama, J. T. (1997). "Opportunities, Constraints and Ethnopolitical Party Behavior: The Cases of Bulgaria and  Slovakia, 1991-1996"  .
Ishiyama, J. T. (1997). "Political Argumentation of the Parties in the Elections to the Duma." .
Ishiyama, J. T. (1997). "The Role of Public Argumentation in Emerging Democracies".
Ishiyama, J. T. (1997). "The Sickle or the Rose?: Previous Regime Types and the Evolution of the Ex-Communist  Parties in Post-communist societies" .
Ishiyama, J. T. (1997). "Transitional Electoral Systems in Eastern Europe.".
Ishiyama, J. T. (1996). "Structural Experimentation and Political Party Development in the 'New' Eastern Europe."  .
Ishiyama, J. T. (1996). "The Dialogue between Comparative Politics and International Relations." .
Ishiyama, J. T. (1996). Red Phoenix? The Communist Party in Post-Soviet Politics.".
Ishiyama, J. T. (1996). The Russian Proto-parties and the National Republics".
Ishiyama, J. T. (1995). "Communist Parties in Transition: Structures, Leaders and Processes of Democratization in Eastern Europe." .
Ishiyama, J. T. (1994). "Electoral Rules and Party Nomination Strategies in Ethnically Cleaved Societies: The Estonian Transitional Election of 1990." .
Ishiyama, J. T. (1993). "Founding Elections and Transitional Party Development: The Cases of Estonia and Latvia." .
Newsletter
Ishiyama, J. T. (2019). Rethinking the Undergraduate Political Science Major (second listing).
Breuning, M., Ishiyama, J. T. (2017). Rebels-Turned-President and Cabinet Stability. http://presidential-power.com/
Breuning, M., Ishiyama, J. T. (2016). “Implementing DA-RT Principles in the American Political Science Review”.
Popular Press Article
Ishiyama, J. T. (2005). "Superpresidentialism and Political Party Development in Russia, Ukraine, Armenia and Kyrgyzstan".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2001). "The Sickle or the Rose?: Previous Regime Types and the Evolution of the Ex-Communist Parties in Post-communist societies".
Ishiyama, J. T. (2001). "Transitional Electoral Systems in Eastern Europe".
Ishiyama, J. T. (1999). 1999 "Partii preemnitsi kommunisticheskikh i organizatisionnoe razvitie partii v postkommunisticheskoi politike".
Research Report
Ishiyama, J. T. (2022). Rebel Party Organization and Durable Peace after Civil Conflict. The Political Dynamics of DDR. Stockholm: Folke Bernadotte Academy, PAW and UNDPO/OROLSI DDR Section.
Scholarly Preface
Ishiyama, J. T. (2022). Teaching College Students About Asian Pacific American Politics from Multiple Perspectives. Journal of Political Science Education.
Breuning, M., Ishiyama, J. T. (2021). Introduction to the Special Issue: Ethiopia in Transition. Journal of Asian and African Studies. 56(5), 985-987.
Ishiyama, J. T., Breuning, M., Thies, C., Van Vechten, R., Wallace, S. (2021). Rethinking the Undergraduate Political Science Major: An Introduction to the Symposium. PS: Political Science & Politics.
Ishiyama, J. T. (2016). “From Bullets to Ballots: The Transformation of Rebel Groups into Political Parties” (third listing). Democratization.

Awarded Grants

Contracts, Grants and Sponsored Research

Contract
Greig, J. M. (Co-Principal), Ishiyama, J. T. (Co-Principal), "Making an Impact in Policy Analysis in Georgia: Improving Re-search, Education, and Engagement," Sponsored by U.S. State Department, Federal, $66674 Funded. (20152017).
Ishiyama, J. T. (Co-Principal), "Making an Impact in Policy Analysis in Georgia: Improving Research, Education and Engagement," Sponsored by US Department of State/ US Embassy in Republic of Georgia, Federal, $78120 Funded. (20142017).
Ishiyama, J. T., "Contract Extension for American Political Science Review," Sponsored by American Political Science Association, Private, $102680 Funded. (July 1, 2016December 31, 2016).
Ishiyama, J. T. (Principal), "Editorship of the American Political Science Review," Sponsored by American Political Science Association, Other, $1086178 Funded. (20122016).
Grant - Research
Ishiyama, J. T. (Principal), Oppong, J. R. (Co-Principal), "NSF REU Grant," Sponsored by National Science Foundation, Federal, $358000 Funded. (May 1, 2017May 30, 2020).
Ishiyama, J. T. (Principal), "NSF-REU site: Civil Conflict Management and Peace Science," Sponsored by National Science Foundation, Federal, $347000 Funded. (20142016).
Oppong, J. R., Ishiyama, J. T., "REU Site: Civil Conflict Management and Peace Science," Sponsored by National Science Foundation, Federal, $399449.00 Funded. (June 09, 2014August 28, 2016).
Grant - Service
Ishiyama, J. T., Breuning, M. (Co-Principal), "“Rethinking the Undergraduate Political Science Major: A Conference Proposal,”," Sponsored by American Political Science Association, Other, $25000 Funded. (June 2018August 2019).
Grant - Teaching
Ishiyama, J. T. (Co-Principal), Scarrow, S. (Principal), Sanchez, G. (Co-Principal), "“Pre-Graduate School Workshops Grant”," Sponsored by American Political Science Association, International, $21150 Funded. (October 2018 – Present).
Ishiyama, J. T., "Fulbright Specialist Award," Sponsored by US State Department, Federal, $4500 Funded. (2018).
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  • Overall Summative Rating (median):
    This rating represents the combined responses of students to the four global summative items and is presented to provide an overall index of the class’s quality. Overall summative statements include the following (response options include a Likert scale ranging from 5 = Excellent, 3 = Good, and 1= Very poor):
    • The course as a whole was
    • The course content was
    • The instructor’s contribution to the course was
    • The instructor’s effectiveness in teaching the subject matter was
  • Challenge and Engagement Index:
    This rating combines student responses to several SPOT items relating to how academically challenging students found the course to be and how engaged they were. Challenge and Engagement Index items include the following (response options include a Likert scale ranging from 7 = Much higher, 4 = Average, and 1 = Much lower):
    • Do you expect your grade in this course to be
    • The intellectual challenge presented was
    • The amount of effort you put into this course was
    • The amount of effort to succeed in this course was
    • Your involvement in course (doing assignments, attending classes, etc.) was
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