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2018 Honors Program Luncheon
2018 Honors Luncheon
Peace Rally
FYRE – First Year Research Experience
FYRE – First Year Research Experience
the Power, Violence & Inequality Collective invites you to apply 2018-19 Graduate Research Fellows Program Request for Applications  This year’s themes Institutions: The Educational System, The Criminal Justice System, The Military Intersections among Gender, Race, Ethnicity and Class Communicating Violence Violence in Global Perspective  Deadline 5:00 pm, September 3, 2018  Apply today at.virginia.edu/PVIGradFellows
New Publication in Political Research Quarterly Place-Based Imagery and Voter Evaluations: Experimental Evidence on the Politics of Place  Nicholas F.  Jacobs B. Kal Munis  Read here: http://bit.ly/JacobsMunisPRQ
New from Cambridge University Press    Claiming the State Active Citizenship  and Social Welfare  in Rural India  Gabrielle Kruks-Wisner    Preorder now arrow-circle-right http://bit.ly/ClaimingTheState
Department of Politics’ Partners  Power, Violence & Inequality Collective Subscribe to our newsletter for updates on events and funding programs     Denise Walsh Co-director and Associate Professor, Department of Politics, Women Gender & Sexuality Nicholas Winter Associate Professor, Department of Politics
New Washington Post Op-Ed John Owen Chair, Department of Politics No, we’re not facing a new Cold War: Why predictions of an all-out global struggle are wrong More http://bit.ly/owencoldwar
National Memorial for Peace and Justice
Pilgrimage Day 5:
National Memorial for Peace and Justice
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