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Thursday, Jun 3, 2021

Sarah Staszak's article, “Privatizing Employment Law: The Expansion of Mandatory Arbitration in the Workplace,” published in Studies in American Political Development, has won the award for best journal article published in the field of law and courts in 2020.

Tuesday, May 25, 2021

CSDP's web panel on The Politics of Health Inequalities, sponsored by CSDP's Project on Inequality and organized by Omar Wasow and Tali Mendelberg, was held on May 20, 2021. To view the video recording of this event, visit...

Thursday, Apr 15, 2021

The Center for the Study of Democratic Politics is pleased to invite Princeton undergraduates to apply for our Undergraduate Research Fellows program.

Monday, Apr 12, 2021

CSDP's web panel on Protest, Political Violence, and Inequality, sponsored by CSDP's Project on Inequality and organized by Omar Wasow and Tali Mendelberg, was held on April 9, 2021. To view the video recording of this event, visit...

Monday, Apr 12, 2021

The White House announced that Keith Whittington, William Nelson Cromwell professor of politics and CSDP faculty associate, will join the Presidential Commission on the Supreme Court of the United States. The panel is tasked with examining “the Court’s role in the Constitutional system;...

Friday, Apr 2, 2021

CSDP's web panel on Black Women and American Democracy, organized by Corrine McConnaughy, was held on March 31, 2021. To view the video recording of this event, visit here....

Tuesday, Mar 30, 2021

A new paper by Andrew Guess, assistant professor of politics and CSDP faculty associate, uses a combination of experimentation and computational social science techniques to study the long-term consequences of exposure to partisan news. The consequences of online partisan media (...

Wednesday, Mar 24, 2021
We are delighted to introduce the 2021-2022 fellows in the Center for the Study of Democratic Politics
Wednesday, Mar 24, 2021

Paul Frymer, Professor of Politics and a CSDP faculty associate, talked with Diane Rehm on her WAMU/NPR show. Is The US Ready For 51 States? Or Even 52? Frymer discusses the arguments for and against expanding the Union, and how these efforts compare to how the country added states in the past.

Friday, Feb 12, 2021

The Washington Post features a new ground-breaking study by Jonathan Mummolo and co-authors that finds that diversity in law enforcement can lead to improvements in how police...

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