Matthew T. Witt
Matthew Witt, Ph.D. is a professor of public administration at the University of La Verne, where he teaches courses in urban politics and theory, administrative ethics and qualitative research methods. Dr. Witt is published in leading public administration journals examining how racism has affected public administration scholarship. He is a leading scholar of state crimes against democracy (SCADs), with work appearing in Public Administration Review, Public Integrity, Administration & Society and American Behavioral Scientist. He is co-editor of State Crimes Against Democracy: Political Forensics in Public Affairs (Palgrave-Macmillan Press, 2012).
- Blessett, B., Gaynor, T.S., Witt, M.T., & Alkadry, M.G. (2016). Counternarratives as Critical Perspectives in Public Administration Curricula. Administrative Theory & Praxis, 38: 267-284.
- Witt, M.T. (2016). Parallax Views on a Prophet, Properly Understood. Administrative Theory & Praxis, 39: 58-62.
- Witt, M.T. (2016). The Other Made Black. C. Hayes & N.D. Hartlep (Eds.), The Espirit de Corps: Resisting the Coterie of Whiteness.
- Witt, M.T. (2014). The Labyrinth of Geography in a Time of Imperial Terror. Lendman, S. (Ed.), Flashpoint in Ukraine: How the U.S. drive for hegemony risks World War III, 151-161.