Office: Chambers 3169
Political Science Department
PO Box 7134
Davidson, NC 28035
Paul-Henri Gurian is this year's James K. Batten Visiting Professor of Public Policy.
He earned his Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is currently on leave from the University of Georgia where he has been a professor of Political Science for 26 years.
Paul's research focuses on presidential campaigns. He has published a number of studies on presidential primaries, campaign strategy and the electoral college. His current research includes a study of the impact of primaries on general election outcomes, a study on the underlying structure of state electoral outcomes, and a study applying American campaign theory to South Korean elections.
At the University of Georgia, Paul has taught graduate and undergraduate courses on Campaign Politics, quantitative methods, and a course on the 2000 campaign, recount and legal battles.
Here at Davidson College this semester, he is teaching a course on Campaign Politics and a seminar on the 2012 presidential campaign.