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Seth Jolly

Seth Jolly

(Pronouns: He, Him)

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325 Eggers Hall

Seth Jolly

Associate Professor and Chair, Political Science Department

Senior Research Associate, Center for European Studies


  • 2024 Spring
    • PSC 671 Comparative Political Analysis
  • 2023 Fall
    • PSC 693 Introduction to Quantitative Political Analysis
    • PSC 343 Politics of Europe
  • 2023 Spring
    • PSC 769 Comparative Parties and Politics
    • PSC 387 Ethnic Conflict
  • 2022 Fall
    • PSC 693 Introduction to Quantitative Political Analysis
    • PSC 343 Politics of Europe

Highest degree earned

Ph.D., Duke University, 2006

Areas of Expertise

European politics, political parties, nationalism, European Union

Research Interests

European and European Union politics, political parties, immigration, populism

Selected Publications

Presentations and Events

Central New York Model UN, "Brexit: What happened and what's next in 2024+?" (January, 2024)

European Social Survey team, "Chapel Hill Expert Survey trend file, 1999 − 2019" (September, 2022)

Afyon Kocatepe University and Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence—Center for European Studies, Middle East Technical University, "Political Disaffection and Support for Anti-Establishment Parties" (December, 2021)

UNICEF Public Partnership Division (PPD), "The Future of Europe: Democracy or Autocracy?" (July, 2021)

Syracuse University Center for European Studies, "Brexit: What Happened and Where are We Going?" (February, 2020)

Honors and Accolades

Excellence in Graduate Education Faculty Recognition Award, Syracuse University (2019)

Prize for Best Dissertation, EU Studies from the European Union Studies Association (2007)

Party Politics Prize, European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) (August, 2005 - December, 2005)

International Research Travel Award, Duke University (2005)

Katherine Stern Dissertation Year Fellowship, Duke University (2004 - 2005)