The University of Tennessee, KnoxvilleThe Howard H. Baker, Jr. Center for Public Policy

John Scheb

John Scheb, PhD Curriculum Vitae John Scheb

Fellow, Governance Studies

 Expertise:

American Government and Constitutional Law, Civil rights and liberties, administrative law, judicial process and law in American society

 PhD, Political Science, University of Florida, 1982

MA, Political Science, University of Florida, 1980

BA (with honors), Political Science, University of Florida, 1976

 Contact Information:

T: 865-974-2845

F: 865-974-7037

scheb@utk.edu

Web site: http://web.utk.edu/~scheb

 

John Scheb is professor and head of the Political Science Department. During his 28 years at UT, Dr. Scheb has served as Director of UT’s Social Science Research Institute, Chair of the Legal Studies Program, and as Associate Head, Director of Graduate Studies and Director of Undergraduate Studies for the Political Science Department.  He has authored or co-authored numerous articles in professional journals and several books.  Proficient in survey research, Dr. Scheb has also served as a consultant to numerous government agencies, political candidates, corporations, attorneys, interest groups and other nongovernmental organizations.

 

Selected Publications:

Bruce Tonn, Dorian Stiefel, John M. Scheb II, Colin Glennon and Hemant Sharma, “Future of the Courts: Fixed, Flexible, and Improvisational Frameworks,” Forthcoming in Futures.

 Bruce Tonn, John M. Scheb II, Michael R. Fitzgerald and Dorian Stiefel, “Future of Governance Workshop Summary,” Forthcoming in Futures.

 John M. Scheb and John M. Scheb II, Criminal Law, 6th edition, Wadsworth/Cengage Learning, 2011 (5th edition Wadsworth/Cengage Learning 2008, 4th edition, Thomson/Wadsworth, 2006; 3rd edition, Thomson/Wadsworth, 2003; 2nd edition, Wadsworth, 1999; 1st edition, West, 1996.)

 John M. Scheb and John M. Scheb II, Criminal Procedure, 6th edition, Wadsworth/Cengage Learning, 2011 (5th edition, Wadsworth/Cengage Learning 2008, 4th edition,

Thomson/Wadsworth, 2006; 3rd edition, Thomson/Wadsworth, 2003; 2nd edition, Wadsworth, 1999; 1st edition, West, 1996.)

 Otis H. Stephens, Jr. and John M. Scheb II, American Constitutional Law, 5th edition Wadsworth/Cengage Learning, 2011 (4th edition, Thomson/ Wadsworth, 2008, 3rd edition, Thomson/West, 2003; 2nd edition, West/Wadsworth, 1999; 1st edition, West, 1993.)

Hemant Sharma and John M. Scheb II, “The Impact of Divided Government on the Supreme Court Appointment Process: An Assessment of Judicial Extremism, 1946-2009.” Politics and Policy, Volume 39, No. 6 (December 2011).

 John M. Scheb II, Hemant Kumar Sharma, and Colin Glennon, “A Supreme Court without Protestants-Does it Matter?” Judicature, Volume 94, No. 1 (July-August 2010).

 John M. Scheb II, William Lyons and Kristin Wagers. “Race, Gender and Age Discrepancies in Police Motor Vehicle Stops in Knoxville, Tennessee: Evidence of Racially Biased Policing?” Police Practice and Research, Vol. 10, No. 1 (February 2009).

 John M. Scheb II, William Lyons and Kristin Wagers. “Race, Prosecutors and Juries: The Death Penalty in Tennessee.” Justice System Journal, Volume 29, No. 3 (2008).