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Department of Politics
Catholic University of America


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Matthew Green is an Associate Professor of Politics at Catholic University, an Associate Fellow at the Institute for Policy Research and Catholic Studies, and President-elect of the National Capital Area Political Science AssociationHis research and teaching interests include the U.S. Congress, political leadership, American elections, Washington D.C. politics and policy, power in American politics, and American political development.

Dr. Green is the coauthor of Washington 101:  An Introduction to the Nation's Capital (Palgrave MacMillan, 2014) and the author of The Speaker of the House:  A Study of Leadership (Yale University Press, 2010), which was named Outstanding Academic Title for 2010 by the journal Choice.  In addition, he has written or coauthored articles in a variety of academic journals, including American Politics Research, Legislative Studies Quarterly, Political Research Quarterly, Polity, and PS: Political Science & Politics.  Dr. Green occasionally contributes editorials and analyses on U.S. politics in such venues as Roll Call, The Monkey Cage, and the IPR Blog.

Contact information:
Department of Politics
Catholic University of America
620 Michigan Avenue NE
Washington, DC 20064
(202) 319-5667
greenm@cua.edu

Washington 101:  An Introduction to the Nation's Capital


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The Speaker of the House: A Study of Leadership


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Named Outstanding Academic Title for 2010 by the journal Choice