Assistant Professor of International Affairs

Curriculum Vitae

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Professor Redman’s research focuses on the impact of politics on public health, with a secondary specialization in migration. His approach is interdisciplinary, bringing together political economy of development, public health, and environmental science.

  • PhD, University of California, San Diego 2015, Political Science
Areas of Expertise
  •  Comparative Politics
  • Public Health
  • Immigration
Honors, Awards, and Achievements
  • Visiting Fellow, Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies (2014-5)
  • Graduate Student Research Fellowship, National Science Foundation IGERT Program (2011-2013)
Research Interests
  • Political Economy of Health
  • Mexican Politics
  • Immigration
  • Authoritarian Regimes
  • Infectious Disease
Selected Publications
  • “A review of programmatic material on malaria control campaigns.” Rockefeller Archive Center Research Report. 2014.
  • “Introduction: Japan, the United States, and the Philosophical Bases of Immigration Policy.” American Behavioral Scientist. 56: 995-1007, with John Skrentny and Jack Jin Gary Lee. 2012.
  • “Comprehensive Immigration Reform and the Dynamics of Statutory Entrenchment.” The Yale Law Journal Online. 120: 325-346, with John Skrentny. 2011.
  • “Continuing evidence of discrimination among local election officials.” D. Alex Hughes, Micah Gell-Redman, Charles Crabtree, Diana Rodenberger, Natarajan Krishnaswami, and Guillermo Monge Journal of Experimental Political Science
  • “Phenotypic preference in Mexican migrants: Evidence from a random household survey.” Rosario Aguilar Pariente, D. Alex Hughes, and Micah Gell-Redman 2019. Political Behavior 41(1): 187–207.
  • “It’s all about race: How state legislators respond to immigrant constituents.” Micah Gell-Redman, Neil Visalvanich, Charles Crabtree, and Christopher J. Farris 2018. Political Research Quarterly 71(3): 517–531.