Barrow, Clyde W. 1956-
Barrow, Clyde W. 1956-
Born February 15, 1956, in Alice, TX; son of Floyd S. (an oilfield driller) and Wanda R. (a secretary) Barrow. Ethnicity: "Caucasian." Education: Texas A&M University at Kingsville, B.A., 1977; University of California, Los Angeles, M.A., 1979, Ph.D., 1984. Hobbies and other interests: Fishing, travel.
Office—Center for Policy Analysis, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, 285 Old Westport Rd., North Dartmouth, MA 02747-2300; fax: 508-999-8374. E-mail—[email protected]
University of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio, visiting assistant professor of political science, 1984-85; Texas A&M University, College Station, visiting assistant professor of political science, 1985-87; University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, Dartmouth, assistant professor, 1987-90, associate professor, 1990-96, professor of political science, 1996-2003, chancellor professor of policy studies, 2004—, director of Center for Policy Analysis, 1993—, head of department of policy studies, 2005-07. Arnold M. Dubin Labor Education Center, member of advisory board, 1988-2003; Universidad de Guadalajara, distinguished guest professor, 2001; guest lecturer at many other colleges and universities, including University of Marburg and University of Kassel; University of Massachusetts Faculty Federation, member of executive board, 1996—, president, 1998-2000. Massachusetts Benchmark Project, regional economic analyst, 1997—. Testified before government agencies, including Rhode Island General Assembly and Michigan State Legislature; guest political analyst or political commentator on numerous media programs; consultant to government agencies. New England Journal of Public Policy, managing editor, 1994-97; member of board of editors, Sociological Inquiry, 1992-95, and Journal of Politics, 1993-97.
American Political Science Association, Caucus for a New Political Science, New England Political Science Association, Western Political Science Association.
Travel grant, National Endowment for the Humanities, 1989-90; University of Massachusetts, Richard M. Fontera Memorial Award, 1991, president's public service award, 2004; selection as "outstanding academic book of the year," Choice, 1995, for Critical Theories of the State: Marxist, Neo-Marxist, Post-Marxist; Distinguished Service Award, Massachusetts Federation of Teachers, 2001; President's Public Service Award, University of Massachuetts, 2004; numerous research grants.
Universities and the Capitalist State: Corporate Liberalism and the Reconstruction of American Higher Education, 1894-1928, University of Wisconsin Press (Madison, WI), 1990.
Critical Theories of the State: Marxist, Neo-Marxist, Post-Marxist, University of Wisconsin Press (Madison, WI), 1993.
Economic Impacts of the Textile and Apparel Industries in Massachusetts (monograph), Donahue Institute of Governmental Affairs (Boston, MA), 2000.
More than a Historian: The Political and Economic Thought of Charles A. Beard, Transaction Publishers (Piscataway, NJ), 2001.
(Editor) Portuguese-Americans and Contemporary Civic Culture in Massachusetts, Center for Portuguese Studies and Culture, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth (North Dartmouth, MA), 2002.
(Editor and author of introduction) Charles A. Beard, The Economic Basis of Politics, Transaction Publishers (Piscataway, NJ), 2002.
(With Sylvie Didou-Aupetit and John Mallea) Globalisation, Trade Liberalisation, and Higher Education in North America, Kluwer Academic Publishers (Boston, MA), 2003.
(Editor, with Paul Wetherly and Peter Burnham, and contributor) Class, Power, and the State in Capitalist Society: Essays on Ralph Miliband, Palgrave Macmillan (New York, NY), 2007.
Contributor to books, including Paying the Piper: Causes and Consequences of Arts Patronage, edited by Judith H. Balfe, University of Illinois Press (Urbana, IL), 1993; Academic Work: The Changing Labour Process in Higher Education, edited by John Smyth, Open University Press (Buckingham, England), 1995; Rethinking the State: Miliband, Poulantzas, and State Theory, edited by Stanley Aronowitz and Peter Bratsis, University of Minnesota Press (Minneapolis, MN), 2001; Implicating Empire: Globalization and Resistance in the 21st Century, edited by Stanley Aronowitz and Heather Gautney, Basic Books (New York, NY), 2003; New Dictionary of History and Ideas, Gale (Farmington Hills, MI), 2005; Poulantzas Lesen: Zur Aktualitat Marxistischer Staatstheorie, Verlag-Springer (Hamburg, Germany), 2006; and International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, second edition, volume 9, edited by Lars Bretthauer, Alexander Gallas, John Kannankulam, and Ingo Stutzle, Macmillian Reference (Detroit, MI), 2008. Contributor of articles and reviews to periodicals, including American Political Science Review, South Coast Insider, Cape Business, Das Argument, El Cotidiano, Estudios del Hombre, Found Object, Polity, Perspectives on Political Science, Global Education, Thought and Action: NEA Higher Education Journal, Studies in American Political Development, Polity, New England Journal of Public Policy, Labor Studies Journal, Science and Society, Massachusetts Benchmarks: Quarterly Review of Economic News & Insight, and Journal of Economic Issues. Guest editor, Spill Science and Technology Bulletin, 2001; associate editor, New Political Science, 2005—.