Dominique Lewis

PHD Student
Office: 227 S. Kedzie

Dominique Lewis happily returned to  Michigan State in the Fall of 2007 as a Ph.D candidate after getting her B.A. in political science in 2006.  Her major field is comparative politics and her minor field is methodology.  Her research interests include African politics, the political economy of agricultural policy reform, comparative agricultural trade and policy, and globalization.  She taught an undergraduate course, Public Bureaucracy in the Policy Process, during the 2012 Spring semester.  In addition, she has been a teaching assistant in various classes including African Politics, Introduction to Political Methodology, and International Political Economy.  During the summer she works for the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research at the University of Michigan.  In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her chihuahuas Darwin and Arlo Guthrie, riding her bicycle, and attending music festivals and shows.

Expected Completion: 2013

Committee: Saundra K. Schneider (Chair), Eric C.C. Chang, Jeffrey Conroy-Krutz