Mikael Pelz, Assistant Professor, Internship Director for Political Science
Office Hours Fall 2014
Tuesday and Thursday 1-4pm
Mikael Pelz earned his bachelor of arts in mass communication at the University of Sioux Falls, Sioux Falls, South Dakota in 1998. He received his M.A. in political science (2003) and Ph.D. in political science (2009) at the University of Missouri-Columbia. In 2009, he took a visiting position in the Politics and International Relations Department at Hendrix College in Conway, Arkansas.
Political Behavior, Public Policy, Religion and Politics
90's low-fi music, film, coffee, sampling new food with his wife, and chasing squirrels with his dogs
Professor Pelz is currently teaching courses in American politics and public administration. He is also working on several articles examining national education policy, the role of political campaigns in partisan realignments, and the legacy of the Republican realignment among evangelical Protestants.
2014. "Transformative Justice in Ferguson" Capital Commentary. Center for Public Justice Web. November 24, 2014
2014. "Gentrification: Building Diverse Communities?", Capital Commentary. Center for Public Justice Web Aug. 25, 2014
2014. " The Local Church Mosaic and the Renewal of Little Rock 72204". Capital Commentary. Center for Public Justice Web. August 11, 2014
2014. "Artists Unite: Gentrification and the Village of West Greenville". Capital Commentary. Center for Public Justice Web. July 28, 2014