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Erik R. Tillman

  • etillman@depaul.edu
  • Associate Professor and Faculty Advisor, Model United Nations
  • PhD, Emory University

  • Political Science
  • Faculty
  • Comparative politics; European politics; political behavior
  • 773-325-4131

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Introduction

Erik Tillman joined the DePaul faculty in 2010. He teaches a range of courses on topics including European Politics, Political Psychology, Political Inquiry, and Model United Nations. He has recently published Authoritarianism and the Evolution of West European Electoral Politics, a book examining the evolution of voting behavior in Western Europe with Oxford University Press.​

Recent Publications

Erik R. Tillman. 2021. Authoritarianism and the Evolution of West European Electoral Politics. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Erik R. Tillman. 2016. “Has the Global Financial Crisis Changed Citizen Behavior? A Four Country Study." In Globalization and Domestic Politics: Parties, Elections, and Public Opinion. Jack Vowles & Georgios Xezonakis, eds. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Erik R. Tillman. 2015. “Pre-Electoral Coalitions and Voter Turnout." Party Politics 21(5): 726-37.​​