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Keuka College

Dr. Angela Narasimhan

Dr. Angela Narasimhan

  • Assistant Professor of Political Science, Division of Basic & Applied Social Sciences
  • Adjunct Instructor Criminal Justice ASAP, Criminology/Criminal Justice
Phone: (315) 279-5614
Hegeman Hall

Office: Hegeman Hall

Academic Credentials

Syracuse University
Ph.D. in Political Science


Angela G. Narasimhan received her Ph.D. from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs of Syracuse University in 2011 and is currently an Assistant Professor of Political Science. Prior to joining Keuka College, she taught at the University of North Dakota and Idaho State University.

Originally from the Washington D.C. area, Angela moved to Eastern Europe after high school to study post-communist transition firsthand. She received her BA (2002) in Political Science from Babes-Bolyai University in Cluj-Napoca, Romania and went on to Budapest, Hungary to obtain an MA (2003) in the same field from Central European University. Although her research is primarily grounded in the field of American Politics, it continues to reflect her international interests by focusing on the new challenges posed by globalization for national institutions such as the U.S. Supreme Court.

Angela has presented her work at the American Political Science Association and the Law and Society Association’s annual meetings, and her publications include 2010 and 2013 articles in the Journal of Law, Politics, and Society and a chapter in the 2015 Wiley Handbook of Law and Society.

Publications & Presentations

Bybee, Keith J. and Angela G. Narasimhan. 2015. “Institutional Processes and Actors: Courts and Judges.” In Wiley Handbook of Law and Society, eds. Austin Sarat and Patricia Ewick. Oxford: Wiley Blackwell.

Narasimhan, Angela G. Review of From Goods to a Good Life: Intellectual Property and Global Justice, by Madhavi Sunder. Law and Politics Book Review 23: 649-656.

Bybee, Keith J. and Angela G. Narasimhan. 2013. “The Supreme Court: An Autobiography.” Studies in Law, Politics, and Society 61: 179-201.

Narasimhan, A.G. A More Global Court? A Call for a New Perspective on Judicial Globalization and its Effect on the Supreme Court. (2010). Studies in Law, Politics, and Society, 51, 123-151.