Bryan Black

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Political Science & International Affairs

Bryan Black is a doctoral student at the University of Georgia specializing in American politics. His research interests includes political institutions, specifically the judiciary, and American political development.”

I am originally from Georgia and did my undergraduate work at the University of Tennessee. After receiving my Master’s degree in American Government from Georgetown University, I lived in Washington D.C. and worked for the Department of Defense as a budget and program analyst (2010-2013). Since arriving at the University of Georgia in 2013, I have been a research assistant as well as a teaching assistant for introductory courses on American government.

Education
  • BA, University of Tennessee 2009, Political Science & Legal Studies
  • MA, Georgetown University 2010, American Government
Of Note
  • Phi Beta Kappa
Research Interests

My research interest focuses on American politics and political institutions. Specifically, I am interested in judicial politics and judicial decision-making at the federal and state level, American political development, and separation of powers.