Department of Government
Ph.D., Political Science University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill M.A., Political Science McGill University B.S., Political Science and History University of Wisconsin at Madison
French and Afrikaans
Favorite Spot on Campus
The little coffee shop in Hurst
Book Currently Reading
There are too many to list!
Professor Glover teaches and does research in the field of comparative politics, with a concentration on Africa. Her past work has focused on democratic transition and consolidation in multi-ethnic states. She has lived and worked in southern Africa, has consulted with NGOs such as the National Society for Human Rights in Namibia. Recently, she has turned her research interests towards the politics of land redistribution and privatization in neopatrimonial, quasi-democratic states, with the goal of understanding the continuing issues of scarcity and corruption.
“Namibia’s Recent Elections: Something New or Same Old Story?” The South African Journal of International Affairs. Volume 7, Number 2, 2000
Book Review, Transitions in Namibia. Which Changes for Whom? Henning Melber, ed., Uppsala, Nordiska Afrikainstitutet, 2007. In African Studies Review, forthcoming
Book Review, The Rise and Fall of the Caucasian Race , A Political History of Racial Identity, Bruce Baum. 2006. New York, New York University. In: New Political Science, Vol. 29, Iss. 4, 2007.
Book Review, Democratic Distributive Justice, Ross Zucker. 2001. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. In: New Political Science, Vol. 25., Is. 4, 2003.
Book Review, Popular Resistance and the Roots of Nationalism in Namibia, 1915- 1966, Tony Emmett. 1999. Basel, Switzerland: P. Schlettwein Publishing. The South African Journal of International Affairs. Volume 8, Number 1, 2001.
Political and social change in multi-ethnic states
Constitutional engineering during democratic consolidation
The politics of land in Africa, with special emphasis on Southern Africa
Democratic lessons from the Third Wave
“The Rebirth of Patronage? Land Redistribution in the Post-Big Man Era,” 2007 Annual Conference of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago.