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Faculty & Staff - Mark Brewer

PhD, MA, Syracuse University
BA, Syracuse University
113A North Stevens Hall
(207) 581-1863


Spring 2014 Office Hours:

  • T 9:30-10:30
  • W 12:15-2:15 and by appointment

Spring 2014 Courses:

  • POS 100-Intro to American Politics
  • POS 355-Music and Politics in the American Context
  • POS 359-Religion and Politics in the US
  • POS 363-Urban Government and Politics
  • HON 112-Civilizations Past, Present & Future II

Mark D. Brewer is Professor of Political Science at the University of Maine. His research interests focus generally on political behavior, with specific research areas including partisanship and electoral behavior at the mass and elite levels, the linkages between public opinion and public policy, and the interactions that exist between religion and politics in the United States.

Professor Brewer is the author of Party Images in the American Electorate and Relevant No More? The Catholic/Protestant Divide in American Electoral Politics, and coauthor of Diverging Parties, Split: Class and Cultural Divides in American Politics; Dynamics of American Political Parties; and Parties and Elections in America, now in its 6th edition.  He has published articles in Political Research Quarterly, Political Behavior, Legislative Studies Quarterly, and Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion. He is currently working on a study of the place of personal responsibility in American politics with Jeffrey M. Stonecash.

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Political Science
5754 North Stevens Hall
Orono, Maine 04469-5754
Phone: (207) 581-1871
The University of Maine
Orono, Maine 04469
A Member of the University of Maine System