Erik Tillman joined the DePaul faculty in 2010. His research and teaching interests are in the areas of European politics, political psychology, public opinion and voting behavior, and political economy. His current research examines the evolution of mass support for the European Union and electoral support for the radical right in Western Europe.
"Pre-Electoral Coalitions and Voter Turnout," Party Politics 21(5): 726-37.
"Authoritarianism and Citizen Attitudes Towards European Integration," European Union Politics 14(4): 566-89.
"Support for the Euro, Political Knowledge, and Voting Behavior in the 2001 and 2005 UK General Elections," European Union Politics 13(3): 367-89.