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Mark J. Rozell

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mrozell@gmu.edu

703-993-8171

3351 Fairfax Dr., MS 3B1
Arlington, Virginia 22201

Fax: 703-993-8215

Webhttp://markrozell.gmu.edu

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Bio

Mark J. Rozell is the author of nine books and editor of twenty books on various topics in U.S. government and politics including the presidency, religion and politics, media and politics, and interest groups in elections. His latest books are:

Catholics and U.S. Politics after the 2016 Elections: Making Sense of the “Swing’ Vote. New York: Palgrave-MacMillan Press, 2018 (edited volume with Blandine Chelini-Pont and Marie Gayte).

The New Politics of the Old South: An Introduction to Southern Politics (revised and updated sixth edition). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2018 (edited volume with Charles S. Bullock III).

God at the Grass Roots, 2016: The Christian Right in American Elections. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2018 (edited volume with Clyde Wilcox).

Religion and the American Presidency (revised and expanded third edition). New York: Palgrave-MacMillan Press, 2017 (edited volume with Gleaves Whitney). 

The President’s Czars: Undermining Congress and the Constitution, University Press of Kansas, April 2012 (with Mitchel A. Sollenberger).

The Oxford Handbook of Southern Politics, published by Oxford University Press, 2012 (co-edited with Charles S. Bullock III).

Interest Groups in American Campaigns: The New Face of Electioneering (3rd edition),published by Oxford University Press, 2012 (with Michael Franz and Clyde Wilcox).

Executive Privilege: Presidential Power, Secrecy and Accountability (3rd edition). Published by University Press of Kansas, 2010.

He has testified before Congress on several occasions on executive privilege issues and has lectured extensively in the U.S. and abroad.

Professor Rozell writes frequent op-ed columns in such publications as The Hill, New York Daily News, and Politico. He is often asked to comment about his areas of expertise for television and in publications such as The Washington Post and Time Magazine. Please see the Faculty Publications page for his most recent commentary.

Areas of Research

  • Elections
  • Federalism/State and Local Government
  • Presidency
  • Public Law
  • Religion and Politics
  • Separation of Powers (U.S.)
  • U.S. Politics