Matthew R. Cleary
Associate Professor, Political Science Department
Senior Research Associate, Program for the Advancement of Research on Conflict and Collaboration
Advisory Board Member, Program on Latin America and the Caribbean
Latin American Politics
Comparative Political Analysis
Logic of Political Inquiry
Mexico & the United States
Democracy and Democratization
Highest degree earned
Research Grant Awards and Projects
“When Does Backsliding Lead to Breakdown? Uncertainty and Opposition Strategies in Democracies at Risk,” forthcoming in Perspectives on Politics, published online 12/15/20 (with Aykut Ozturk).
“Subordinated Autonomy and the Political Inclusion of Women in Indigenous Mexico,” Latin American Politics & Society 62:3 (2020).
"Confronting Coup Risk in the Latin American Left," Studies in Comparative International Development 48:4 (2013), pp.403-431. (with Eric Rittinger).
The Sources of Democratic Responsiveness in Mexico. (University of Notre Dame Press, 2010)
"Electoral Competition, Participation, and Government Responsiveness in Mexico." American Journal of Political Science 51:2 (April 2007)
"A 'Left Turn' in Latin America? Explaining the Left's Resurgence." Journal of Democracy 17:4 (October 2006)
Democracy and the Culture of Skepticism: Political Trust in Argentina and Mexico, with Susan C. Stokes. (Russell Sage Foundation, 2006)
Feb 24, 2023
Aug 26, 2022
Dec 17, 2020