Jeffrey Segal, Department Chair
SUNY Distinguished Professor
Department of Political Science
Stony Brook University
Stony Brook, N.Y. 11794-4392 (631) 632-7662 (office) (631) 632-4116 (fax)
Ph.D., Michigan State University, 1983. 2011-2012 Guggenheim Award Winner; 2012 Elected to American Academy of Arts & Sciences
Research Interests: Judicial Process and Behavior; American Politics; Methodology.
- Course Offerings and Syllabi
Course Number Course Name Undergraduate POL 105 Honors American Politics POL 320 Constitutional Law POL 325 Civil Liberties POL 434 Supreme Court Decision Making Doctoral POL 600 Research Project POL 614 American Judiciary POL 670 Behavioral Law and Economy
- Curriculum Vitae (in pdf format)
POL 434. This links to data used in my Supreme Court Decision making class. Datasets include data on Supreme Court nominees since Earl Warren, abridged versions of the Spaeth databases, and some Solicitor General data.
Presidential Ideology. This links to data used in Jeffrey Segal, Richard Timpone, and Robert Howard, "Buyer Beware? Presidential Influence Through Supreme Court Appointments." Political Research Quarterly. It also provides salience data not discussed in the article.
Perceived Qualifications and Ideology of Supreme Court Nominees
- Gateways to Democracy
- Perceived Qualifications and Ideology of Supreme Court Nominees
- Judical Review
- Strategic Defiance