Department of Public and International Affairs
Associate Professor of Government and Politics
received his Ph.D. from Princeton University in
2003. Dr. McGlinchey's areas of research include
comparative politics, Central Asian regime change,
political Islam, and the effects of Information
Communication Technology (ICT) on state and society. He is
the author of Chaos,
Violence, Dynasty: Politics and Islam in Central Asia (September
2011, University of Pittsburgh Press). A list of Dr.
McGlinchey's academic writings on regime change
and political Islam as well as his Congressional
briefings and policy papers can be found here.