Professor Jonathan Marshall teaches courses in comparative politics, East Asian politics, constitutional law, and law and society. His research focuses on legal mobilization and citizen litigants in Japan, where he lived in 1988-89 and 1997-2000, and in other countries.
Prof. Marshall's publications include "Democratizing the Law in Japan" in Alisa Gaunder, ed., A Handbook of Japanese Politics, London: Routledge; "Who Decides the Role of Courts, State or Society?" in Harry N. Scheiber, ed., Emerging Concepts of Rights in Japanese Law: 2005 Sho Sato Conference on Japanese Law including a Symposium Honoring Professor Takao Tanase, Institute for Legal Research, Boalt Hall School of Law, UC Berkeley (2007); and "Casual Cynics or Disillusioned Democrats? Political Alienation in Japan," Political Psychology 21: 779-804 (December 2000).
Prof. Marshall has a Ph.D. and M.A. in political science from the University of California-Berkeley, and a B.A. in East Asian Studies from Yale University. He joined the Carthage faculty in 2005.
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