Anthony M. Messina Associate Professor of Political Science
(PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1984)
Geographic focus: Western Europe
Thematic interests: Politics of immigration and ethnicity in Europe; British politics; European integration; political parties in comparative perspective.
Current research: Book project: European Pathways from September 11th: Migration Politics, Policy, and State Sovereignty
Selected publications:Author: The Logics and Politics of Post-World War II Migration to Western Europe (2007); Race and Party Competition in Britain (1989); coeditor: The Migration Reader (2006); The Year of the Euro (2006); Ethnic and Racial Minorities in the Advanced Industrial Democracies (1992); editor: West European Immigration and Immigrant Policy in the New Century (2002). Articles have appeared in Journal of Common Market Studies, Parliamentary Affairs, Political Studies, Policy Studies Journal, The Review of Politics, West European Politics, World Politics, and other scholarly journals and anthologies.