People: Research Faculty
Professor Mickey’s research focuses on U.S. politics in historical perspective. He is interested in American political development, political parties, racial politics, and policy responses to inequality.
Please also see Rob Mickey’s Curriculum Vitae (CV).
Mickey, R., Paths out of Dixie: The Democratization of Authoritarian Enclaves in America’s Deep South. 2011, Princeton: Princeton University Press.
Chen, A.S., R.W. Mickey, and R.P. Van Houweling, Explaining the Contemporary Alignment of Race and Party: Evidence from California’s 1946 Ballot Initiative on Fair Employment. Studies in American Political Development, 2008. 22(02): p. 204-228.
Mickey, R.W., The Beginning of the End for Authoritarian Rule in America: Smith v. Allwright and the Abolition of the White Primary in the Deep South, 1944?1948. Studies in American Political Development, 2008. 22(02): p. 143-182.
Schickler, E., T.L. Bimes, and R.W. Mickey, Safe At Any Speed: Legislative Intent, The Electoral Count Act Of 1887, And Bush V. Gore. 2001.