Seth K. Jolly is an Associate Professor of Political Science at Syracuse University. Professor Jolly earned his B.A. in Government and Economics from Centre College and his M.A. and Ph.D. in Political Science from Duke University.
Professor Jolly researches the interaction of political parties and political institutions in Europe.
Jolly, Seth K., and Gerald M. DiGiusto. “Xenophobia and Immigrant Contact: French Public Attitudes toward Immigration.” The Social Science Journal 51.3 (2014): 464-473.
Jolly, Seth Kincaid. “The Europhile Fringe? Regionalist Party Support for European Integration.” European Union Politics 8.1 (2007): 109-130.
Bakker, Ryan, et al. “The European Common Space: Extending the Use of Anchoring Vignettes.” The Journal of Politics 76.04 (2014): 1089-1101.