Aaron Mason, Ph.D.
Jesse Dunn 309
(580) 327-8522 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Northeastern State University. B.A. Political Science
University of Texas at Arlington. M.A. Political Science
Northern Arizona University. PhD. Political Science
Areas of Specialization
American Political Institutions and Processes
Public Policy, Public Administration
American Indian Politics
Classes Taught Regularly
American Federal Government
Federal, State and Local Politics
Student Organizations Sponsor
Pi Sigma Alpha
Oklahoma Intercollegiate Legislature
Affiliations With Professional Organizations
Member of the Oklahoma Political Science Association
Grants and Publications
1. “Lederhosen, Rodeos, and Laptops: Comparisons of Political Culture In Oklahoma and Bavaria in the Age of Globalization.” Co-authored by Aaron Mason, Eric Schmaltz and Tony Wohlers. Article published in Oklahoma Politics Volume 17, Fall 2008 pp.1-37.
2. “The Changing Face of Tribal Identity: State Recognition of Indian Tribes.” Article published in Oklahoma Politics Volume 16, Fall 2007, pp. 153-178.
3. United States Politics and Democracy: A Supplemental Reader and Workbook. By David Camacho. Chapter Entitled, “Federalism, Tribal Governments and Sovereignty.” Kendall-Hunt Publishing. Dubuque, Iowa. Third Edition. (2002).
4. “Abraham Lincoln: An Enduring American Symbol.” $3,806.00. Oklahoma Humanities Council Grant 2008-2009.