Phillip Gray joined the Texas A&M University at Qatar Political Science faculty in the Fall 2012 semester. Previously, he taught at numerous institutions in Hong Kong as well as at the United States Coast Guard Academy. His areas of research interest include: extremist ideology and organization, comparative political theory, and professional ethics. He currently teaches American Federal Government, American State & Local Government, and Ethics & Engineering.
- Jordan, S. R., & Gray, P. W. (2019). American Bureaucracy in an Age of Oligarchy. International Journal of Politics, Culture and Society. 32(3), 279-300.
- Gray, P. W. (2019). Diagnosis versus Ideological Diversity (vol 52, pg 728, 2019). PS: Political Science & Politics. 52(4), 771-772.
- Gray, P. W. (2018). 'The fire rises': identity, the alt-right and intersectionality. Journal of Political Ideologies. 23(2), 141-156.
- Gray, P. W., & Mattingly-Jordan, S. (2018). A Conservative Critique of Blacksburg. Administration & Society. 50(5), 725-747.
- Jordan, S. R., & Gray, P. W. (2018). Clarifying the concept of the \"Social\" in risk assessments for human subjects research. ACCOUNTABILITY IN RESEARCH-POLICIES AND QUALITY ASSURANCE. 25(1), 1-20.
- Gray, P. W. (2019). Vanguardism Ideology and Organization in Totalitarian Politics. Routledge.
- Jordan, S. R., & Gray, P. W. (2011). The ethics of public administration: The challenges of global governance.
- Bashir, H., Gray, P. W., & Jehangir, H. B. (2013). Internationalizing Western Higher Education: Observations from the Liberal Arts Core Curriculum and the Engineering Ethics Program at Texas A&M University at Qatar. Weichold, M. H., Hall, K., & Eyad, M. (Eds.), Excellence and Impact of Research at Texas A&M University at Qatar. (pp. 211-221). QScience.
- Gray, P. W. (2012). Just war, schism, and peace in St. Augustine. Ethics Nationalism and Just War: Medieval and Contemporary Perspectives. (pp. 51-71).
- Jordan, S. R., & Gray, P. W. (2010). Unpacking the House: Images of heroism against the regulatory state. Homer Simpson Marches on Washington: Dissent through American Popular Culture. (pp. 99-110).