Department of Government and International Affairs

Faculty

Dr. Gary Keith

Dr. Gary A. Keith (UIW 2009)

Gary Keith email

Department of Government and International Affairs

Administration Building 378 
University of The Incarnate Word
4301 Broadway
San Antonio, TX 78209
(210) 832-2183

Education

Ph.D.  Brandeis University, 1980

M.A.   Brandeis University, 1978

B.A.   Baylor University, 1974

Experience

2013–present, Associate Professor & Pre-Law Advisor, University of the Incarnate Word Department of Government and International Affairs.

2007– present, Assistant Professor & Pre-Law Advisor, University of the Incarnate Word Department of Political Science.

2002-2007, Senior Lecturer and Lecturer, Department of Government, University of Texas at Austin

2001-2002 Instructor, Department of Political Science, Baylor University

1999-2001  Senior Policy Analyst, Texas Institute of Applied Environmental Research

1991-1999 Senior Research Associate, Legislative Intent Research

1995-1997 Executive Director and Research Director, Legislative Study Group, Texas House of Representatives

Research and Teaching Fields

American Politics and Government 

Texas Politics and Government            

Public Law 

Comparative Politics; International Relations                 

Publications

Rotten Boroughs, Political Thickets, and Legislative Donnybrooks: Redistricting in Texas. University of Texas Press (Austin, 2013), 202 pages.

Eckhardt: There Once Was a Congressman from Texas. University of Texas Press (Austin, 2007), 419 pages. Foreword by Al Gore.

Texas Politics and Government: Roots and Reform. Gary Keith and Stefan Haag. New York: Longman, 4th ed. 2011 (3rd ed., 2009, 2nd ed., 2008 and 1st ed. 2006). 298 pgs. Lead author; chapters 4, 5, 7, 8.

American Government: Roots and Reform—Texas Edition. Karen O’Connor, Larry Sabato, Stefan Haag, and Gary Keith. New York: Longman, 5th ed. 2009 (4th ed., 2008, 3rd ed., 2006, 2nd ed., 2004, 1st ed., 2002). 1036 pgs. Authored chapters 22, 23, 24, and special features.

Essentials of American and Texas Government: Roots and Reform. Karen O’Connor, Larry Sabato, Stefan Haag, and Gary Keith. New York: Longman, 3rd ed. 2009 (2nd ed. 2008 and 1st ed. 2006), 702 pgs. Authored chapters 22, 23, 24, and special features.Book Review, Bob Bullock: God Bless Texas, by Dave McNeely and Jim Henderson, San Antonio Express-News, April 4, 2008.

Professional Association Memberships

2011–2013, Pre-Law Advisors National Council

2011–2013, President, Southwest Association of Pre-Law Advisors

American Political Science Association
Southwestern Political Science Association


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