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Monday, Jul 29, 2019

The American Political Science Association's Class and Inequality Section Best Paper Prize 2019 (for the best paper presented on a C&I Panel) will be awarded to Adam Thal for his paper, “Status Update: Social Media and the Economic Policy Preferences of Affluent Americans.”

Monday, Jul 29, 2019

John Kastellec received the 2019 Best Journal Article Award from APSA's Law and Courts section for his paper “Judicial Federalism and Representation.” The award recognizes the best journal article in the field of law and courts written...

Monday, Jul 15, 2019

Ali Valenzuela's work on racially conservative voters and anti-immigrant attitudes was cited in The Economist. The "Debatable" piece uses Valenzuela's paper (with Reny and Collingwood) to bolster the author's argument that the Democratic candidate will need to hold moderate positions in order to win.

Tuesday, Jul 2, 2019

LaFleur Stephens-Dougan, writing for the Monkey Cage in the Washington Post, describes how Biden's comments about fond memories of “...

Monday, Jul 1, 2019

Tali Mendelberg, John Work Garrett Professor of Politics and CSDP faculty associate, is quoted throughout the New York Times' article, Interrupting Is Different for Men and Women,...

Tuesday, Jun 18, 2019

Writing in an op-ed in the Philadelphia Inquirer, Lauren Wright explains why the same traits that compelled Barack Obama to choose Joe Biden as a running mate in 2008 -- his reputation, experience, and style -- are the...

Wednesday, Jun 12, 2019

Rafaela Dancygier's book, Dilemmas of Inclusion, received the American Political Science Association's Luebbert Best Book Award, awarded to the best book published in the field of comparative politics in the previous two years.

Wednesday, Jun 12, 2019

Pavielle Haines' dissertation, A Vote for Me Is a Vote for America: Patriotic Appeals in Presidential Elections, has won the Best Dissertation Award from the American Political Science Association's Political Psychology Section. Haines received her PhD in politics in 2018, and was a CSDP-...

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