D. ANGEL, JR.
|The University of Texas; Ph.D.
in government conferred May 1978; fields in urban studies, American
government, and comparative politics
|The Ohio State University; M.A.
in political science conferred June 1971; thesis entitled "Communist
Parties in Latin America: A Comparative Analysis"
|The Ohio State University; B.S.
in education, December 1969
|Associate Professor, The Ohio
State University at Lima, Department of Political Science
|Adjunct Associate Professor,
Bluffton College, Bluffton, Ohio
|Member, Allen County Board of
|Chair, the Allen County
|Visiting Assistant Professor,
The University of Texas at Austin, Department of Government
Assistant; The University of Texas at Austin, Department of Government
| U.S. Army, first
lieutenant; honorably discharged
Parties and Elections; Technology and American Society; Literature and
Politics; Political History; Urban Political Economy.
AWARDS AND HONORS:
NEH Summer Fellowship, Case
Western Reserve University, "Technology in American History," 1990.
Summer Institute, Tufts University, "Technology in American Society,"
Summer Fellowship, Brandeis University, "Comparative Political
Teaching Award, The Ohio State University at Lima, 1981.
Research Assignment, Winter Quarter 1999, The Ohio State University at
Not All Politics is
Local: Reflections of a Former County Chairman. Kent, Ohio:
The Kent State University Press, 2002.
Property and Slide Rule Experts: Ideology and Houston's Battle Over
Zoning," Inner Space/Outer Space: Humanities, Technology, and
the Post Modern World, Daniel Schenker, editor; Huntsville,
Alabama: Southern Humanities Press, 1993, pp. 19-28.
the Workers: The Galveston Dock Workers' Strike of 1920 and Its Impact
on Labor Relations in Texas," The East Texas Historical
Journal, Volume XXIII (2) 1985, pp. 14-27.
on the Bay: Galveston and the Railroads," East Texas
Historical Journal, Volume XXII (1) 1984, pp. 3-18.
Politics of Space: NASA's Decision to Locate the Manned Spacecraft
Center in Houston,"
The Houston Review, Volume VI (2) 1984, pp. 63-81.
David Perry, "The Politics of Efficiency: An Analysis of Political
Change in Urban America,"
Studies in Planning and Political Economy, State University
of New York at Buffalo (1983).
Revisited: Urban Entrepreneurs and the Sunbelt Frontier," Social
Science Quarterly (December 1980), pp. 434-445.
Make a City: Entrepreneurship on the Sunbelt Frontier" in David Perry
and Alfred Watkins, The Rise of the Sunbelt Cities
(Beverly Hills, CA: Sage, 1978), pp. 109-128.
in Velvet Gown: Toward a Theory of Entrepreneurship and Urban
Development," The University of Texas Political Studies.
Series 1, Studies in Urban Political Economy (Austin:
University of Texas, 1977).
"Power and Light: A Luddite
Interpretation," presented at Two-Year College English
Association/Midwest Conference, Lincolnshire, Illinois, 17 October 1997.
the Luddites Right?," presented at the Ohio Association of Two Year
Colleges, Steubenville, Ohio, 25 October 1996.
All Politics is Local: Reflections of a Former County Chairman,"
presented at the Southern Humanities Conference, Richmond, Kentucky, 16
"Ideology and Crisis in the Sociotechnical Regime: Houston's Rejection
of Zoning," presented at the Southern Humanities Conference,
Huntsville, AL, 14 February, 1993.
Real World of Politics: Rebellion and Change in the Allen County
Democratic Party, 1984-1987," presented at the 1987 meeting of the
American Political Science Association, Chicago, Illinois.
Entrepreneurship and the South: James Webb and the Politics of Space,"
presented at the November 1981 Meeting of the Southern Political
Science Association, Memphis, Tennessee. (This paper was nominated for
the Pi Sigma Alpha Award for Best Paper at the 1981 meeting).
the Workers: Capitalism and Labor in the Sunbelt," presented at the
March 1981 Meeting of the Western Political Science Association,
David Perry, "The Politics of Efficiency: A Study of the Stages of
Urban Politics Which Gave Rise to the Bureaucratic State," April 1980
Meeting of the Midwestern Political Science Association, Chicago,
Robert Bruno, Steelworker
Alley: How Class Works in Youngstown; Ohio History, 109
(Summer/Autumn 2000); 220-222.
Bernstein, Grand Eccentrics: Turning the Century: Dayton and
the Invention of America; Ohio History, 107 (Winter/Spring
Bugess, Planning for the Private Interest: Land Use Controls
and Residential Patterns in Columbus, Ohio, 1900-1970; Ohio History,
106 (Winter/Spring 1997): 106-107.
Mooney Melvin, The Organic City: Urban Definition and
Neighborhood Organization, 1880-1920; Ohio History, 99
(Summer 1990): 179-180.
Teaford, The Unheralded Triumph: City Government in America,
1870-1900; Ohio History, 94 (Winter/Spring 1985): 105-107.
Arkes, The Philosopher and the City; Ohio History,
91 (Summer 1982): 121-122.
Procter and Bill Matuszeski,
Gritty Cities; Ohio History, 89 (Summer 1980): 365-366.
Member, Undergraduate Studies
Committee, Department of Political Science, The Ohio State University,
analyst, for various news organizations, 2004 presidential election.
Reviewer, Urban Affairs Review (formerly Urban
Affairs Quarterly), 1987-1998
Lima Campus Faculty Assembly, 1983-1986, 1995-1997
Regional Campus Faculty Council, The Ohio State University, 1985-1986,
Allen County Board of Elections, 1988-1993
Allen County Democratic Party, 1986-1991
4th Congressional District, Dukakis for President Campaign, 1988
Von der Embse for Law Director Campaign, May 1985-December 1985
County Coordinator, Maurer for State Senate Campaign, May 1984-December
Congressional District Coordinator, Mondale for President Campaign,
Ohio Primary, January-May, 1984
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