Posted on Friday, September 28, 2012
Iva Deutchman, professor of political science at Hobart and William Smith Colleges, will be interviewed on Thursday, Oct. 4, by Bob Smith of "1370 Connection," a program of WXXI radio in Rochester, N.Y. They will discuss the first presidential debate that will occur on Oct. 3.
The show airs on 1370 AM radio from noon to 2 p.m., and repeats from 9 to 11 p.m. It is simulcast Wednesdays at 1 p.m. on City 12 cable. Deutchman is expected to be interviewed at 1 p.m.
Deutchman holds a Ph.D. and a master's degree in political science from the University of Pennsylvania, and a bachelor's degree from Hofstra University in political science and economics. She is a professor of 20 plus years who has worked on two continents (Australia and North America). She has a long list of publications in major journals, the latest of which are "Electoral Challenges of Moderate Factions: Main Streeters and Blue Dogs, 1994- 2008," The Forum, Vol. 8: Iss2, Article 2 (2010) (with DeWayne Lucas); "Five Factions, Two Parties: Caucus Membership in the House of Representatives, 1994- 2002," Congress and the Presidency, 36:62-84, 2009 (with colleague DeWayne Lucas); and "Fundamentalist Christians, Raunch Culture and Post-industrial Capitalism," Journal of Religion and Popular Culture, Summer 2008.
Deutchman will be a participant on "The 2012 Election" panel at the Northeast Political Science Association Meeting in November. Last year, with Associate Professor of Political Science DeWayne Lucas, she presented a paper, "The Tea Party Congressional Caucus versus the Republican Study Committee," at the Northeast Political Science Association Meeting. Deutchman was also a panel chair and discussant of "The Republican Party and ‘Big Tent/Small Tent' Politics" at the Northeast Political Science Association Meeting in 2010.
She has been a senior lecturer and visiting scholar at the University of Melbourne numerous times. Deutchman's expertise in Australia has been cited in U.S.-based publications as well as in Australia in The Australian, The Age, Australian Time and Arena. Most recently, she taught a graduate course on "President Barack Obama and the World" at the University of Melbourne in Australia in 2010.