The Department of Political Science
Louis H. Bolce
Phone: (646) 312-4416
Professor Louis Bolce teaches courses in American Government, Public Opinion, Parties and Elections, and Religion and Politics. He has published in the American Political Science Review, Political Science Quarterly, Polity, The Public Interest, Social Science Quarterly, Public Opinion Quarterly, First Things and Crisis Magazine. He has also contributed to the Encyclopedia of American Religion and Politics, Religion, Politics, and American Identity, and has co-authored book chapters for Religion, Politics, and American Identity (Lanham, Md.: Lexington, 2006) and for From Pews to Polling Places: Faith and Politics in the American Religious Mosaic (Washington DC: Georgetown University Press, 2007). He is currently investigating the anti-Christian fundamentalist factor in contemporary politics and the role of divisiveness and negative reference group associations as determinants of political and church state attitudes.
He no longer lives on the upper west side.
American Government (Pol 1101),
Public Opinion (Pol 3310),
Parties and Elections (Pol 3311)
Religion and Politics (Pol 3008)