Eastern Michigan University
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Jeffrey L. Bernstein


Bernstein 601E Pray Harrold

734. 487.6970


Current Semester Courses

Fall 2017
PLSC 113 Honors MW, 12:30-1:45, PH 421 syllabus
PLSC 357 MW, 9:30-10:45, PH 419 syllabus
PLSC 678 M, 6:00-8:40, Pray Harrold 509 syllabus

Office Hours
M 2:00-4:00
T 1:00-3:00
W 11:00-12:30
& by appt.


Ph. D. (1997), University of Michigan.

M.A. (1994), University of Michigan.

A.B. (1991), Washington University in St. Louis.


curriculum vitae

Interests and Expertise

American government and politics

Political learning and civic competence

Scholarship of teaching and learning

Campaigns and elections

Voting behavior and public opinion

Selected Scholarly Activity

Bernstein, Jeffrey L., Michael B. Smith, and Rebecca S. Nowacek.  “Rehabilitating Citizenship: Lessons from Across the Curriculum.” Forthcoming in Journal of Humanities in Rehabilitation .

Bernstein, Jeffrey L. and Brooke A. Flinders, eds.  2017.  Enhancing Teaching and Learning Through Collaborative Structures.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass.  Also co-authored Introduction, Conclusion, and one additional chapter.

Smith, Michael B., Rebecca S. Nowacek and Jeffrey L. Bernstein, eds. 2010.  Citizenship Across the Curriculum . Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press. Also co-authored the Introduction and contributed a solo-authored chapter.

Bernstein, Jeffrey L. 2010. "Using Think-Alouds to Understand Variations in Political Thinking." Journal of Political Science Education 6 (1): 49-69.

Bernstein, Jeffrey L. 2008. "Cultivating Civic Competence: Simulations and Skill-Building in an Introductory Government Class."  Journal of Political Science Education 4 (1): 1-20.