Ph.D. University of South Carolina
Susanne Schorpp joined the department of political science at Georgia State University as an assistant professor in 2012. She holds a PhD from the University of South Carolina (2011) and was a Postdoctoral Research Associate at Washington University in St. Louis (2011-2012) prior to coming to Georgia State. Her research explores the conditions that impact the willingness and ability of courts to protect individual rights as well as the limitations of a rights-focused judiciary, both in American politics and in comparative perspective.
2012. Schorpp, Susanne. “Strategic Anticipation of Noncompliant Governors: State Supreme Court Behavior in Response to the Political Environment.” Justice System Journal, 33(3):275-293.
2012. Schorpp, Susanne. “Treatment of Government Interest on the Supreme Court of Canada after 9/11.” Zeitschrift fuer Kanada Studien, 32(1): 9-25.
2011. Sanchez Urribarri, Raul, Susanne Schorpp, Kirk Randazzo and Donald Songer. “Explaining Changes to Rights Litigation: Testing a Multivariate Model in a Comparative Framework.”The Journal of Politics, 73(2): 391-405.
2011. Sanchez Urribarri, Raul, Susanne Schorpp, Kirk Randazzo and Donald Songer. “The Support Structure and Sustained Attention to Rights: A Rejoinder.”The Journal of Politics, 73(2): 410-411.