James D. Steele

TitleAssociate Professor

DepartmentPolitical Science and Criminal Justice

Phone336-285-2046

Fax336-334-7321

Emailsteelej@ncat.edu

OfficeGibbs Hall
Room: 232

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

James D. Steele

Education

Ph D: Political Science and Government, General, ATLANTA UNIVERSITY, 1989

MA: Political Science, Morgan State University, 1980

BA: Political Science, Morgan State University, 1976


Research Interests

Electoral Politics, Presidential Politics, Politics of the African Diaspora, African Politics, American Government, International Relations, Latin American Politics, Public Policy.


Recent Publications

Steele, James  Barnes, Claude  (2009).  Katrina's Children; A Bibliographical Essay.  In Shelby Lewis,  Historical Inevitability: The Role of Katrina in the New Orleans Saga    Omni Press.

Steele, James  (2003).  Self-Directed' Activism Between The U.S. African And Afro-Brazilian Communities: On The Nature Of An Activist Relationship [A Response To Brazilian Activist Sueli Carneiro].  In Georgia Pearsons,  Race and Democracy in the Americas  (9,  pp. 52-63).  National Black Political Science Review.

Steele, James  (2003).  Souls of the Black Belt Revisited.  In Dolan Hubbard ,  Critical Essays on WEB Du Bois’s Souls of Black Folk  (1,  pp. 34-48).  University of Missouri Press.

Steele, James  (1996).  'Bootstrap' Fantasies: A Critique of Conservative Philosophy in U.S. Public Policy.  In James Steele, Claude Barnes and Samuel Moseley,  American National and State Government: An African American View of the Return of Redemptionist Politics  (1,  pp. 353-364).  Kendall-Hunt.

Steele, James  (1996).  American National and State Government: An African American View of the Return of Redemptionist Politics.  In James Steele, Claude Barnes and Samuel Moseley  (1,  ).  Kendall-Hunt.