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Susanne Schorpp

Assistant Professor    
Education

Ph.D. University of South Carolina

Biography

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. 

 

Publications

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.