Visiting Assistant Professor
226 Murray Hall
Dr. Jacob A. Mauslein is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science (Ph.D., Kansas State University 2014). His research focuses on international cyber threat targeting and the role of cyber espionage in crisis bargaining situations. In addition, Dr. Mauslein studies the spatial component of domestic terrorism targeting by incorporating Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and geocoded terrorism attack data. His research has been published in Applied Geography as well as The Journalof Politics.
Dr. Mauslein is also the Associate Editor of Political Research Quarterly.
Asal, Victor, Jacob A. Mauslein, Amanda Murdie, Joe Young, Ken Counsins, and Chris Bronk. 2016. Repression, Education and Politically Motivated Denial of Service Attacks. Journal of Global Security Studies, 1 (3): 235-247.
- Nemeth, Stephen C., Jacob A. Mauslein, and Craig Stapley. 2014. “The Primacy of the Local: Identifying Terrorist Hot Spots Using Geographic Information Systems.” The Journal of Politics, 76(2): 304-317.
- Aistrup, Joseph A., Laszlo J. Kulcsar, Jacob A. Mauslein, Sarah Beach, and David R. Steward. 2013. “Hyper-extractive counties in the U.S.: A coupled-systems approach.” Applied Geography, 37(Feb): 88-100.