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Gregory S Thielemann
Associate Professor-Economic, Political & Policy Sciences
Office MailstopMail Box: GR31 
Email Address    Primary Phone Number 972-883-2048    URL Thielemann Gregory's Webpage    Media Contact
 Professional Preparation
 Ph.D. Rice University1988
 M.A. Rice University1986
 B.A. University of Texas at Austin1983
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Texas: The Biggest Red State. With Euell Elliott. The American Review of Politics, Vol. 26, Summer 2005 (pages 225-243).
Category: The American Review of Politics
Peer reviewed
The Ryan White Act in Dallas. Gregory S. Thielemann, Richard K. Scotch, and Wolfgang Bielefeld. Policy Studies Journal 27:809-825 (4:1999).
Category: Policy Studies Journal
Peer reviewed
Toward a New Understanding of Southern Power in Congress. Gregory S. Thielemann, John Hindera and Cheryl D. Young. Texas Journal of Political Studies. 1998.
Category: Journal of Political Studies
Peer reviewed
Leadership, Power and Emerging Partisanship in the Texas Legislature. Gregory S. Thielemann. In Texas Politics: A Reader (2nd Edition), edited by Anthony Champagne and Edward Harpham. New York: W.W. Norton and Co.1998.
Book chapters
A Demand Side Perspective on the Importance of Representative Bureaucracy: HIV, Ethnicity, Gender and Sexual Orientation. Gregory S. Thielemann and Joseph Stewart. Public Administration Review 56(2): 168-173. 1996.
Category: Public Administration Review
Peer reviewed
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DurationRankDepartment / SchoolCollege / OfficeUniversity / Company
2002-PresentDirector  The Center for the Study of Texas Politics
1994-1994Health Planner  Dallas County HIV Master Plan
1992-PresentSurvey Director  Dallas County HIV Needs Assessment Surveys: A Comprehensive analysis of the needs of people with AIDS in the greater Dallas County area.
1988-1992Director  Texas Legislative Study
1988-PresentAssociate Professor  University of Texas at Dallas
1986-1987Research AssistantDepartment of Sociology Rice University
1986-1986Research AssistantDepartment of Political Science Rice University
1986-1988Instructor  Houston Community College
1985-1986Researcher  Rice Institute for Policy Analysis
1983-1988Teaching Fellow  Rice University
 Campaign Consultant  various campaigns, including Senator Edward Kennedy's 1980 Texas Presidential Primary
 Elections Consultant  KDFW-TV (CBS-Dallas),WFAA (ABC-Dallas) KXAS (NBC-Dallas), CNN, Time magazine, The Dallas Times Herald, The Dallas Morning News, The Houston Chronicle, The San Antonio Light.
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Professional Memberships
  • Southwestern Political Science Association
  • Southern Political Science Association
  • Western Political Science Association

Teaching Interests
  • Legislative Politics--State and National
  • State and Local Politics--Legislative and Electoral
  • Health Policy--HIV and AIDS
  • Public Opinion--Sampling, Exit Polling and Elite Surveys
  • Interest Group Politics--Minority Politics and Gender Politics

  • Political Behavior
  • Sex and Politics
  • The Political Economy of AIDS
  • Gay and Lesbian Politics
  • Legislative Decision-Making
  • Legislative Workshop
  • The Political Economy of Texas
  • Public Opinion
  • The Politics of AIDS
  • Minority Politics
  • Campaigning in Texas
  • Southern Politics
  • Political Mobilization
  • American Governmental Institutions
  • Public Policy
  • Campaigns and Elections
  • Film and Politics
  • Intro to Texas and American
  • Leadership
  • Executives, Legislatures and Public Policy
  • Hollywood, Gays, and the Culture War
  • The Modern Political Economy of Texas

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