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Ph.D. Candidate Philip Johnson Awarded Two Fellowships for Work on Organized Crime in Mexico

Ph.D. Candidate Philip Johnson Awarded Two Fellowships for Work on Organized Crime in Mexico

As the fall semester begins with an unusual set of challenges, Ph.D. candidate Philip Johnson (Political Science), who studies crime and violence in Latin America,…

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Spring 2020 Student interview: Alison Parks

Spring 2020 Student interview: Alison Parks

Alison Parks is a Ph.D. candidate in Political Theory. She was awarded the American Association of University Women (AAUW) American fellowship for the 2019-20 academic…

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Spring 2020 Student interview: Abby Dobson

Spring 2020 Student interview: Abby Dobson

Abby Dobson is a second-year M.A. student in Political Theory. While enrolled in the M.A. program she has also been working full time as a…

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Student News: Spring 2020

Student News: Spring 2020

Featured Student News from our Spring 2020 department newsletter, Homo Politicus. Access the newsletter archive here. Andrés Besserer (level II) published “Why School Securitization Fails. Lessons…

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In Memoriam - Thomas J. Waters

In Memoriam – Thomas J. Waters

The Doctoral Program in Political Science at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York mourns the loss of our treasured colleague Tom…

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Professional Development Workshop, Practice Job Talk: Sumru Atuk, "Politics of Femicide: “Woman” Making and Women Killing in Turkey" Thursday, January 30th, 4:15pm

Professional Development Workshop, Practice Job Talk: Sumru Atuk, “Politics of Femicide: “Woman” Making and Women Killing in Turkey” Thursday, January 30th, 4:15pm

Please join us on Thursday, January 30, 2020 at 4:15pm for a practice job talk by PhD candidate Sumru Atuk on her dissertation research, “Politics…

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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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Ph.D. Candidate Alison Parks Receives Prestigious AAUW Fellowship

Ph.D. Candidate Alison Parks Receives Prestigious AAUW Fellowship

Ph.D. candidate Alison Parks was awarded the American Association of University Women (AAUW) American fellowship for the 2019-20 academic year. Parks’s project explores the queer…

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Student News: Spring 2019

Student News: Spring 2019

Featured Student News from our 2019 department newsletter, Homo Politicus. Access the newsletter archive here. Ariel Mekler (level I) is presenting “Queer (in)security in the age…

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Student News: Fall 2018

Student News: Fall 2018

Featured Student News from our 2018 department newsletter, Homo Politicus. Access the newsletter archive here. Sumru Atuk (level III) received an International Fellowship from the American…

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