Dr. Joshua P. Stockley is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Louisiana at Monroe. He received his B.A. in History and Political Science at Oklahoma Baptist University and his Ph.D. in Political Science at the University of Oklahoma. Prof. Stockley’s teaching and research cover American government, state and local politics, campaigns and elections, political parties, Congress, Presidency, Southern politics, culture and politics, public policy, and public administration. His works have appeared in the journals Race, Class, and Gender, Louisiana Progress, and Southern Political Report; as well as the edited volumes The Roads to Congress and Mediated Images of the South. Prof. Stockley has published several book reviews, presented numerous papers at professional conferences around the nation, and edited manuscripts for publishers and journals. He has worked on numerous grants at the local, state, and national level. Prof. Stockley writes a regular column for the (Monroe) News-Star and is quoted frequently by newspapers and television stations in Louisiana and across the nation. He regularly speaks (and enjoys speaking) to groups and at public forums around the state and nation about various topics in political science and public policy.
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