Dr. Lisa Langenbach

Associate Professor

Dr. Lisa Langenbach
615-898-2710
Room 252, Peck Hall (PH)
MTSU Box 29, Murfreesboro, TN 37132

Degree Information

  • Ph.D., Purdue University Main Campus (1986)
  • M.A., Purdue University Main Campus (1982)
  • B.A., University Of Mary Washington, VA (1980)

Areas of Expertise

Political Parties and Elections

Interest Groups and Social Change
Public Opinion
Public Policy

 

Awards

Distinguished Educator in Distance Learning, 2000 and 2013

Golden Apple Award, 2001

College of Liberal Arts Outstanding Advisor Award, 2014

Middle Tennessee State Univeristy Outstanding Teacher Award, 2015-2016

Research/Scholarly Activity

In Refereed Journals
"Women with Children: Evangelical Ministers' Views of the Role of Women in Society," The Canadian Review of American Studies, Vol. 23, Issue 4. Winter 1993. Pp. 61-70.
"Hollow Core: Evangelical Clergy and the 1988 Robertson Campaign" with John C. Green. Polity. Vol. XXV, No. 1. Fall 1992. Pp.147-158.
"Ministers, Feminism, and Abortion: A Causal Analysis" with Ted G. Jelen. Women and Politics. Vol. 11, No. 1. 1991. Pp.33-52.
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In Refereed Journals
"Women with Children: Evangelical Ministers' Views of the Role of Women in Society," The Canadian Review of American Studies, Vol. 23, Issue 4. Winter 1993. Pp. 61-70.
"Hollow Core: Evangelical Clergy and the 1988 Robertson Campaign" with John C. Green. Polity. Vol. XXV, No. 1. Fall 1992. Pp.147-158.
"Ministers, Feminism, and Abortion: A Causal Analysis" with Ted G. Jelen. Women and Politics. Vol. 11, No. 1. 1991. Pp.33-52.
"Evangelical Elites and Political Action: The Pat Robertson Presidential Candidacy," Journal of Political and Military Sociology. Fall 1989. Pp. 291-304.

Professor Langenbach is also author of more than 25 encyclopedia entries and book reviews.

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Courses

PS 1005 Intro to American Government and Politics

PS 3330 Political Parties and Elections

PS 3350 Interest Groups and Social Change

PS 3160 American Public Policy

PS 3050 American Presidency

PS 3320 Public Opinion