Summer 2018 Class PLAD 2222 Introduction to  Research Methods  for Political Science July 16-August 8, 1:00 Gibson 141  Carolyn Coberly
Summer 2018 Class PLCP 3500 Politics of  Southeast Asia 1:00 – 3:15, 6/18 – 7/12 Gibson 141  Geoff Gordon
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
APSA 2018 John Kincaid Best Article Award    Nicholas Jacobs An Experimental Test of  How Americans Think  about Federalism   Read  arrow-circle-right http://bit.ly/JACOBSpublius
Congratulations Jeremiah Rozman Recipient of 2018 ASMEA Research Grant  Socializing the PLO: Testing a Rationalist Framework  Based on a New Non-State Actor Typology  More http://bit.ly/ROZMANasmea
2018 Graduation video
Congratulations  Robert Kubinec Assistant Professor New York University Abu Dhabi   http://bit.ly/kubinecNYU
Congratulations  Robert Kubinec Postdoctoral researcher Niehaus Center  for Globalization and Governance Princeton University  More http://bit.ly/kubinecfellowship
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
Congratulations  Ross Mittiga Assistant Professor Instituto de Ciencia Política Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile  More arrow-circle-right http://www.cienciapolitica.uc.cl
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Congratulations  April Herlevi Research Scientist China Studies Division CNA  More arrow-circle-right https://bit.ly/2eicyht
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