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Political Science Holiday Reception: Friday, December 13, 2:00pm

Political Science Holiday Reception: Friday, December 13, 2:00pm

The Political Science Program will hold its annual holiday event on Friday, December 13, 2019 at 2:00 p.m..  Come celebrate the end of the semester – you’ll be…

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Student News: Fall 2019

Student News: Fall 2019

Featured Student News from our 2019 department newsletter, Homo Politicus. Access the newsletter archive here. Ankita Aggarwal (level I) published “The Political Project of the MGNREGA”…

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Alum News: Fall 2019

Alum News: Fall 2019

Featured Alum News from our 2019 department newsletter, Homo Politicus. Access the newsletter archive here. William D. Adler (Ph.D., 2011) and co-author Julia Azari (Marquette) received…

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Faculty News: Fall 2019

Faculty News: Fall 2019

Featured Faculty News from our 2019 department newsletter, Homo Politicus. Access the newsletter archive here. Professor George Andreopoulos contributed chapters to two edited books. First, “Better…

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Professional Development Workshop: "How to Publish in Academic Journals," Friday, December 6, 2:30pm

Professional Development Workshop: “How to Publish in Academic Journals,” Friday, December 6, 2:30pm

All students and emerging scholars interested in publishing in academic journals can join our Political Science Professional Development Workshop on Friday, December 6th, 2:30-4:30pm. Editors…

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Political Theory Workshop: Anuja Bose, "Vigilance as a Practice of Postcolonial Freedom” Thursday, November 14th, 4:30pm

Political Theory Workshop: Anuja Bose, “Vigilance as a Practice of Postcolonial Freedom” Thursday, November 14th, 4:30pm

Our next Workshop will be with Professor Anuja Bose (Minnesota) on Thursday, November 14th, at 4:30pm.  Professor Bose will present her paper entitled “Vigilance as…

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Political Theory Workshop: Lennie Feldman, "From Peeler to Bobbies: Charles Reith, Imperial Emergency, and the Myth of British Police Principles" Thursday, November 7th, 4:30pm

Political Theory Workshop: Lennie Feldman, “From Peeler to Bobbies: Charles Reith, Imperial Emergency, and the Myth of British Police Principles” Thursday, November 7th, 4:30pm

Our next Workshop will be with Professor Lennie Feldman (GC, Hunter) on Thursday, November 7th, at 4:30pm.  Professor Feldman will present his paper entitled “From…

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Corey Robin and Kendall Thomas, "The Enigma of Clarence Thomas: A Conversation" Wednesday, December 4, 6:30pm

Corey Robin and Kendall Thomas, “The Enigma of Clarence Thomas: A Conversation” Wednesday, December 4, 6:30pm

Join us for The Enigma of Clarence Thomas: A Conversation between Corey Robin, the author of The Enigma of Clarence Thomas (Metropolitan Books, 2019) and Professor…

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American Politics Workshop: "A Nightmare on 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue – Impeaching A President"

American Politics Workshop: “A Nightmare on 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue – Impeaching A President”

The American Politics Subfield will host their first workshop for the academic 2019-2020 year.  Please mark your calendars for Thursday, October 31st from 4:00-6:00pm. Discussants…

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Political Theory Workshop: Richard Wolin, "Heidegger in Ruins: After the Black Notebooks" Thursday, October 31st, 4:30pm

Political Theory Workshop: Richard Wolin, “Heidegger in Ruins: After the Black Notebooks” Thursday, October 31st, 4:30pm

Please consider joining us for the next Political Theory Workshop on Thursday October 31th at 4.30pm.  Professor Richard Wolin (GC) will present a paper entitled “Heidegger in Ruins:…

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