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Read the Fall 2020 Edition of Homo Politicus

Read the Fall 2020 Edition of Homo Politicus

The Fall 2020 issue of the department newsletter Homo Politicus is now available! To download the newsletter, click here. You can also access the newsletter…

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Alum Adam Sachs (M.A. '20) on Pivoting During the Pandemic: Laid Off from the Arts Sector, a Political Science Graduate Finds Opportunity and Meaning in New Role

Alum Adam Sachs (M.A. ’20) on Pivoting During the Pandemic: Laid Off from the Arts Sector, a Political Science Graduate Finds Opportunity and Meaning in New Role

Adam Sachs (M.A. ’20, Political Science) was two months away from graduation when he was laid off from his finance role at a prestigious performing…

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Class of '90 Alum J. Phillip Thompson Receives President's Distinguished Alum Metal

Class of ’90 Alum J. Phillip Thompson Receives President’s Distinguished Alum Metal

James Phillip Thompson (Ph.D. ’90, Political Science) is a leading urban planner and political scientist whose career exemplifies a commitment to academic research, community development,…

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Distinguished Professor John Mollenkopf receives 2019 Contribution to the Field of Urban Affairs Award

Distinguished Professor John Mollenkopf receives 2019 Contribution to the Field of Urban Affairs Award

Distinguished Professor John Mollenkopf was awarded the 2019 Contribution to the Field of Urban Affairs Award at the annual meeting of the Urban Affairs Association….

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Spring 2019 Issue of Homo Politicus Available!

Spring 2019 Issue of Homo Politicus Available!

The Spring 2019 issue of the department newsletter, Homo Politicus, is now available! To download the newsletter, click here. You can also access the newsletter…

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Fall 2018 Issue of Homo Politicus Available!

Fall 2018 Issue of Homo Politicus Available!

The Fall 2018 issue of the department newsletter, Homo Politicus, is now available! To download the newsletter, click here

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Spring 2018 Issue of Homo Politicus Available!

Spring 2018 Issue of Homo Politicus Available!

The Spring 2018 issue of the department newsletter, Homo Politicus, is now available! Check out this issue’s special feature in honor of Frances Fox Piven….

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'Laziness isn’t why people are poor. And iPhones aren’t why they lack health care': Stephen Pimpare

‘Laziness isn’t why people are poor. And iPhones aren’t why they lack health care’: Stephen Pimpare

Dr. Stephen Pimpare (2002 PhD Graduate in Political Science, CUNY Graduate Center) is the author of “A People’s History of Poverty in America” and the forthcoming “Ghettos,…

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Ph.D. Student Joyce Rivera and The War on Drugs

Ph.D. Student Joyce Rivera and The War on Drugs

“I don’t recall a time when the drug war did not affect my life. The punishments my father, brother and sister experienced–arrest, incarceration and HIV/AIDS–for…

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Unsettled Americans - Metropolitan Context & Civic Leadership for Immigrant Integration

Unsettled Americans – Metropolitan Context & Civic Leadership for Immigrant Integration

John Mollenkopf and Manuel Pastor are the editors of Unsettled Americans: Metropolitan Context and Civic Leadership for Immigrant Integration (Cornell University Press, 2016). Mollenkopf is…

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