Maggie Shum, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Political Science
164 Kochel
Mailing Address:
ERIE PA 16563

I am an assistant profession in Political Science. I received my PhD in Political Science at the University of Notre Dame, specializing in comparative politics with a regional focus in Latin America and Asia

diaspora politics; contentious politics; transnational mobilization; political attitude and behavior; election; participatory budgeting; Brazil; Hong Kong; Taiwan

Transnational Activism during Movement Abeyance: Examining the International Front Line of Hong Kong’s 2019 Anti-Extradition Bill Movement, Journal of Asian and African Studies - January 15, 2023

Featured Q&A: Who Will Brazilians Choose for the Next Four Years?, Inter-American Dialogue’s daily Latin America Advisor - September 30, 2022

Brewing for democracy: digital activism & the #MilkTeaAlliance, New Mandala - June 17, 2022

When Voting Turnout Becomes Contentious Repertoire: How Anti-ELAB Protest Overtook the District Council Election in Hong Kong 2019, Japanese Journal of Political Science - September 20, 2021

Ph.D, Political Science, The University of Notre Dame

MA, Politics, New York University

BA, Communication, Michigan State University

BA, Political Science, Michigan State University