Individual Author Record
Name: Stephen M CaliendoPen Name: None Genre: Non-Fiction Other Audience: Adult; Born: 1971 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
-- Website -- http://RaceProject.org
-- Stephen M Caliendo on WorldCat -- http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=stephen+m+caliendo
Illinois ConnectionProfessor Caliendo teaches Political Science at North Central College in Naperville. He lives in Chicago, Illinois.
Biographical and Professional InformationStephen Maynard Caliendo grew up in a Western Pennsylvania exurb and later attended Clarion University to study English literature and political science. He earned Master's and Ph.D. degrees in political science from Purdue University and has taught at the University of Missouri--St. Louis and Avila University. With Charlton D. McIlwain (New York University), Caliendo is co-director of The Project on Race in Political Communication (RaceProject.org), which seeks to provide information, through social science research and public commentary, about the way race and politics interact with communication.Dr. Caliendo is also a regular analyst for international, national, state and local media outlets including National Public Radio, Al Jazeera English, Radio France Internationale and The Washington Post.Look for his forthcoming book Inequality in America: Fulfilling Democracy's Promise (Westview, 2012)!
- Teachers Matter: The Trouble with Leaving Political Education to the Coaches , Praeger, 2000
- The Routledge Companion to Race and Ethnicity , Routeledge, 2010
- Race Appeal: How Candidates Invoke Race in U.S. Political Campaigns (With Charlton McIlwain) , Temple University Press, 2011
Selected Titles At Your Library
Teachers matter :
ISBN: 027596907X. OCLC Number: Praeger,. Westport, Conn. :. 2000.
The Routledge companion to race and ethnicity /
ISBN: 0415777070. OCLC Number: Routledge,. London ;. 2011. A fascinating collection of introductory essays covering the major topics and issues in the field. It features an international range of case study analyses and an A-Z of key names and concepts.
Race appeal :
ISBN: 1439902763. OCLC Number: Temple University Press,. Philadelphia :. ©2011. Why, when, and how often candidates use race appeals, and how the electorate responds.