Dr. Theodore J. Davis
Theodore J. Davis, PhD (Florida State University, 1985) joined the Department in 1987. He regularly teaches courses in American government, public policy and Black American Studies. Professor Davis is committed to studying the social, political and economic development of people of African heritage on the continent of Africa and in the diaspora. He is currently working on a book project that examines African-American politics in post-Civil Rights America.
Black Politics Today: The Era of Socioeconomic Transition. NY: Routledge, 2010.
'The Political Orientation of Blacks and Whites: Converging, Diverging, or Remaining Constant?' Social Science Journal 42 (2006): 487-498.
'Local Labor Market Structure and Black Unemployment.' Review of Black Political Economy 30:3 (2002).
The Pace of Progress: A Report on the State of People of Color in Delaware. With Leland Ware and David Rudder. Wilmington, DE: Metropolitan Wilmington Urban League, 2002.