El Reparto de Tierras, 1924
by Diego Rivera
John P. Tuman (Ph.D., University of California; Los Angeles; M.A., University of Chicago; B.A., University of California, Berkeley).
Chair and Professor, Department of Political Science
Professor Tuman teaches courses on comparative politics, Latin American politics, and international relations. He is the author of Reshaping the North American Automobile Industry: Restructuring, Corporatism and Union Democracy in Mexico (Routledge/Continuum, 2003), The North American Auto Industry Beyond NAFTA: Productivity and Industrial Relations (Center for Strategic & International Studies, 2000), and Latin American Migrants in the Las Vegas Valley: Civic Engagement and Political Participation (Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, 2009). Professor Tuman is also the co-editor of Transforming the Latin American Automobile Industry: Unions, Workers, and the Politics of Restructuring (M.E. Sharpe, 1998), co-editor of Voices and Visions: 2008 Proceedings of the Pacific Coast Council on Latin American Studies (PCCLAS, 2010), and the junior co-author of Comparative Politics: Nations and Theories in a Changing World (Prentice Hall, 2000). He has also co-authored four policy reports for Brookings Mountain West. His articles have been published in Political Research Quarterly, Social Science Quarterly, Foreign Policy Analysis, Latin American Research Review, Studies in Comparative International Development, International Interactions, International Relations of the Asia Pacific, Public Performance and Management Review, State and Local Government Review, Industrial Relations Journal, Journal of East Asian Studies, and Global Health Governance. He is the past president of the Pacific Coast Council of Latin American Studies and the International Studies Association-West. He has also served as Program Chair for Latin American Studies at UNLV.