Political Science Program and Internship Coordinator
Office: Butte 721
Name: Diana Dwyre
Year of hire: 1997
Year of tenure/promotion: 2004
Official capacity: Political Science and POLS Internship Coordinator
Alma mater: Syracuse University
Courses taught: American Government: National, State, and Local, U.S. Campaigns and Elections, U.S. Congress, Capstone in American Politics, U.S. Campaigns and Elections (graduate), U.S. Congress (graduate)
Diana Dwyre. 2015. “Campaign Finance Deregulation in the U.S.: What Has Changed and Why Does iIt Matter?” in Robert G. Boatright, Ed. The Deregulatory Moment? A Comparative Perspective on Changing Campaign Finance Laws. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press (forthcoming).
Diana Dwyre and Robin Kolodny. 2014. “Party Money in the 2012 Elections.” In David Magleby, Ed. Financing the 2012 Elections. Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution Press (forthcoming).
Diana Dwyre and Robin Kolodny. 2014. "Political Party Activity in the 2012 Elections: Sophisticated Orchestration or Diminished Influence?" In John Green, Daniel Coffey and David Cohen, eds. The State of the Parties, 7th Ed. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield.
Diana Dwyre. 2012. “Parties and Campaign Finance.” In Mark Brewer, Ed. The Parties Respond, 5th Ed. Boulder: Westview Press.
Diana Dwyre. 2010. “U.S. Political Parties.” In Kay Lawson, Ed. Political Parties and Democracy. Westport, CT: Praeger Press.
Diana Dwyre. 2010. “Evolution, Reinvention and Survival: Party Organizations and the Mobilization of Resources.” In Jeffrey M. Stonecash, ed. New Directions in American Political Parties. New York: Routledge.