Anne Marie Choup, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Political Science Department

Biography

Dr. Anne Marie Choup has been on the faculty of the Department of Political Science since 2007. Before coming to UAH, she taught classes at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and at Mills College in Oakland, California. Her expertise spans a wide range of topics, including the politics of Latin American and developing nations, African development, the United Nations, and American politics. Dr. Choup's scholarly publications explore the ways in which grassroots organizations work together to make demands on the state. She has published in Development and Change (2003), International Political Science Review (2006), Journal of Civil Society (2006), Social Movement Studies (2008), and Politics (2010). She has presented research papers at the Latin American Studies Association Congress, the African Studies Association Meetings, and both the Western and the American Political Science Associations' annual meetings. Her current research focuses on the political stances of the Catholic Church in Latin America. Dr. Choup's research has been funded by the American Political Science Association, the National Science Foundation, and the Social Science Research Council.

Dr. Anne Marie Choup's Curriculum Vitae 


Education

  • Ph.D., Political Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • M.A., International Affairs, George Washington University
  • B.S., Foreign Service, Georgetown University

Classes Taught