Daniel Mattingly is Assistant Professor of Political Science. He studies the political economy of development and authoritarian politics with a focus on China. His book, The Art of Political Control in China (Cambridge University Press) examines how China’s authoritarian state controls protest and implements ambitious policies from sweeping urbanization schemes to family planning initiatives. His current work examines the role of the military, nationalism, and surveillance technology in Chinese politics. He received a Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley, and a B.A. from Yale University.

Courses Taught

GLBL 309 / EAST 310 / PLSC 357: The Rise of China (Spring)