K. Amber CurtisAssistant Professor
Office: 230-C Brackett Hall
Personal Website: http://people.clemson.edu/~acurti2
Ph.D. Political Science
M.A. Political Science
B.A. International Affairs & Political Science
POSC 1040 Introduction to Comparative Politics
My primary research focuses on political psychology and comparative context surrounding the causes and consequences of collective identities, with a specialization in European Union politics. I am particularly interested in the extent to which personality affects individuals' national versus European identity. Additional interests include immigration attitudes, economic voting, and political disagreement.
Curtis, K. Amber. Forthcoming. "Inclusive versus Exclusive: A Cross-National Comparison of the Effects of Subnational, National, and Supranational Identity." European Union Politics.
Curtis, K. Amber. 2014. "In Times of Crisis: The Conditions of Pocketbook Effects." International Interactions. 40(3): 402-430.
Curtis, K. Amber, Joseph Jupille, and David Leblang. 2014. “Iceland on the Rocks: The Mass Political Economy of Sovereign Debt Resettlement.” International Organization. 68(3): 721-740.
Fitzgerald, Jennifer, and K. Amber Curtis. 2012. “Partisan Discord in the Family and Political Engagement: A Comparative Behavioral Analysis.” The Journal of Politics 74(1): 129-141.
Fitzgerald, Jennifer, K. Amber Curtis, and Catherine L. Corliss. 2012. “Anxious Publics: Worries about Crime and Immigration.” Comparative Political Studies 45(4): 477-506.
Curtis, K. Amber, and Joseph Jupille. 2010. “The European Union.” In The Encyclopedia of Political Science, eds. George Thomas Kurian, James E. Alt, Simone Chambers, Geoffrey Garrett, Margaret Levi, and Paula D. McClain. Washington, D.C.: CQ Press.