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Marcus Johnson, a doctoral student in the Department of Politics has been selected by the Graduate School to receive honors for his excellence in teaching. Specifically Marcus was awarded the ...

On April 17 in Dodds Auditorium, in a talk entitled, “Why the War on “Islamic Terror” is Bound to Fail,” Charles Harb, chair of the Department of Psychology at the ...

Congratulations are in order to Chantal Berman, doctoral student in the Department of Politics, on her selection to receive Princeton Graduate School’s Jacobus Fellowship for 2017-2018, to support her exceptional ...

Congratulations to Department of Politics doctoral student Steve Monroe who with Nimah Mazaheri, assistant professor in the Department of Political Science at Tufts University, has an article forthcoming in the ...

Mark Beissinger, the Henry W. Putnam Professor of Politics at Princeton University has been awarded a 2017 Guggenheim Fellowship.  Professor Beissinger, received the Guggenheim Fellowship for his project that concerns how revolution as a mode of regime-change has ...

Department of Politics doctoral student Steve Monroe has had his research featured recently in The Jordan Times in an article by Saeb Rawashdeh entitled, “Informal economy in Jordan comparable to other states ...

Congratulations from the Bobst Center to Politics Department doctoral student Chantal Berman on receiving a National Science Foundation Political Science Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant, for her project, “Cross-National Research on ...

The Bobst Center for Peace and Justice at Princeton University and the Social Science Experimental Laboratory (SSEL) at New York University Abu Dhabi are pleased to invite you to submit ...

Daniel Tavana, Politics Department doctoral student, has received a Fulbright Award to Kuwait for this coming year. He will be spending part of the year in Kuwait studying elections and ...

The Contemporary African Political Economy Research Seminar (CAPERS) will meet at NYU on Friday, March 31. CAPERS is a Working Group composed of scholars who study African Political Economy at Columbia, ...
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