Nathan Henceroth, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Political Science
Ph.D. University of Nevada, Las Vegas
M.S., Univerzita Karlova v Praze
B.A., Centre College
Nathan Henceroth is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Albright College where he focuses on Comparative Politics, European Politics, Political Economy, and Research Methodology. As a graduate of a liberal arts college, he has seen the value of small classes with a rigorous curriculum that help to prepare students to become life-long learners and successful in their chosen fields.
His current research projects focus on how public spending within the European Union affects elections, the electoral effects of Coalition Governments, and the use of Social Media by extremist political parties in Europe. In the future, he plans to expand his models to American Politics and US Congressional behavior.
Nathan received his Bachelor’s degree from Centre College in International Relations and French, his Master’s degree from Univerzita Karlova v Praze (Charles University in Prague) in International Economics and Politics, and his Doctorate from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in Political Science.
Areas of Expertise
Comparative Political Communication
Race Religion and Migration in Europe
Research Methods in Political Science
The European Union
Peer Reviewed Publications
Henceroth, Nathan, and Rafael Oganesyan. 2019. “The Effect that Structural and Investment Funds have on Voter Behavior in European Parliamentary Elections.” Journal of Common Market Studies 57, no 3: 599-615.
Henceroth, Nathan, and Christian B. Jensen. 2018. “Confrontation and competition: The electoral benefits of regionalist parties’ positions in parliamentary democracies.” Party Politics 24, no. 6: 629-639.
Henceroth, Nathan, and Rafael Oganesyan. 2018. “The partisan electoral effect of EU structural and investment funds in French European Parliament elections.” French Politics 16, no. 2: 179-194.
Henceroth, Nathan. 2019. “The Minuteman Project” in Political Parties, Interest Groups, and Organizations that Shaped America: An Encyclopedia and Document Collection. ed. Scott Ainsworth and Brian Harward. ABC-CLIO
Henceroth, Nathan. 2019. “Open Society Foundation” in Political Parties, Interest Groups, and Organizations that Shaped America: An Encyclopedia and Document Collection. ed. Scott Ainsworth and Brian Harward. ABC-CLIO