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Ph.D. Ellen MICKIEWICZ James R. Shepley Professor of Public Policy Studies at Sanford School of Public Policy, and Professor of Political Science, Duke University, Durham


1965-1967 Lecturer, Yale University of Political Science
1967-1969 Assistant Professor, Michigan State University
1969-1973 Associate Professor, Michigan State University
1973-1980 Full Professor, Michigan State University
1972-1973 Associate Professor (joint appointment), Michigan State University, Computer Institute for Social Science
1978 Associate, Harvard University Russian Research Center
1978 Kathryn W. Davis Chair (Visiting Professor), Wellesley College
1980-1985 Dean, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Emory University
1985-1988 Professor, Department of Political Science, Emory University
1986-1993 Director, International Media and Communications Program, The Carter Center
1988-1993 Alben W. Barkley Professor of Political Science, Emory University
2001 Lombard Professor, John F. Kennedy School, Harvard University


Council on Foreign Relations
American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies
American Political Science Association
International Communication Association
Dante Society of America
Fellow, The Carter Center, since 1993
Advisory Board to Rosalynn Carter Mental Health Journalism Program, since 1999


Soviet Political Schools, Yale University Press, New Haven, 1967
Handbook of Soviet Social Science Data, New York: Free Press, editor and contributor, 1973
The Soviet Calculus of Nuclear War, Lexington, MA. (co-editor with Roman Kolkowicz), 1986
International Security and Arms Control, Praeger Books, New York (co-editor with Roman Kolkowicz), 1986
Split Signals, Television and Politics in the Soviet Union, Oxford, 1988
Changing Channels: Television and the Struggle for Power in Russia, Oxford, 1997
Changing Channels: revised expanded, paperback, Duke University Press, 1999


Guggenheim Fellowship, 1973/74
National Association of Broadcasters and Broadcast Education Association Award: Electronic Media Book of the Year (Split Signals: Television and Politics in the Soviet Union), 1988
Union of Journalists of Russia, Award for Outstanding Service to Promote Democratic Media in Russia, [FIRST AMERICAN SO HONORED], 1994
American Political Science Association, Murray Edelman Award for Distinguished Scholarship in Political Communication, 1997