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Dr. Marcie J. Patton

Professor of Politics
o: Donnarumma Hall Rm 303
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  • Patton, Marcie J., "Turkey," Pp. 425-459 In Michel Penner Angrist (ed)  Politics & Society in the Contemporary Middle East, Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2010.
  • Patton, Marcie J.,"The Synergy between Neoliberalism and Communitarianism: Erdogan's Third Way" Comparative Studies in Africa, Asia and the Middle East, 29.3, 2009:438-449.
  • Patton, Marcie J., "AKP Reform Fatigue in Turkey: What’s happened to the EU process?" Mediterranean Politics 12.3, 2007:337-350.

    Patton, Marcie J.. "The Economic Policies of the AKP Government: Rabbits from a Hat?" Middle East Journal 30.3, 2006: 513-536.

  • Patton, Marcie J.. "Turkey’s Tug of War," Middle East Report 239, Summer 2006:42-47.

  • Patton, Marcie J., "The War on Terror and Turkey's Democratization Problematic," pp. 33-34 in Conference of Turkish-American Scientists and Scholars Association, Philadelphia, PA (March 25-26, 2006).

  • Patton, Marcie, J., "Voices from Turkey's Southeast," Middle East Report 227, Summer 2003: 42-45.
  • Patton, Marcie J., "U.S. Advisory Aid to Turkey: The Hines-Kemmerer Mission, 1933-1934." In The United States and the Middle East: Diplomatic and Economic Relations in Historical Perspective.  Edited by Abbas Amanat.  New Haven: Yale Center for International and Area Studies, 2000: 69-86.

  • Patton, Marcie J., "Open for Business: Capitalists and Globalization in Turkey and Morocco." Cahiers D'Études sur La Méditerranée Orientale et Le Monde Turco-Iranien 27 (1999): 195-212.