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Monday, Oct 12, 2020

Princeton University's Center for the Study of Democratic Politics (CSDP) hosts post-doctoral or more senior research associates each academic year, whose work focuses on empirical research on democratic political processes and institutions. CSDP fellows pursue research and contribute to the intellectual life of the Center, the Department of...

Thursday, Oct 8, 2020

LaFleur Stephens-Dougan is quoted in TIME on what to expect from the Vice Presidential debate, focused on the unfair standards faced by the first Black woman VP candidate:

Wednesday, Oct 7, 2020

Thomas Edsall, writing in The New York Times, solicited expert commentary to answer the question: If Trump Loses the Election, What Happens to Trumpism? in his "guide to life after the election." ...

Tuesday, Oct 6, 2020

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

Saturday, Sep 26, 2020

In 538's piece, How Amy Coney Barrett Could Change the Supreme Court, John Kastellec, associate professor of politics and a CSDP faculty associate, commented on the positions the likely nominee will take if appointed to the court....

Tuesday, Sep 22, 2020

John Kastellec is quoted in Newsweek's article, explaining that Republicans don't need to retain control of the Senate in November to put President Donald Trump's nominee on the Supreme Court.

Tuesday, Sep 22, 2020

Princeton Magazine's cover feature of Omar Wasow profiles his work and personal background, Omar Wasow's Life-Shaping Question: “How did we get from civil rights to mass incarceration?” Omar Wasow is assistant professor of politics at Princeton University and a CSDP faculty associate.

Monday, Sep 14, 2020

Paul Frymer and Jake Grumbach's essay in Vox, The NBA strike is a big moment for athlete activism — and the labor movement in America, showed the power of athlete activism and striking for social movements, and labor's potential...

Thursday, Sep 3, 2020

LaFleur Stephens-Dougan was one of three panelists for WBUR On Point program's discussion of vigilante militants' overlap with law enforcement, and how race factors into this relationship.

Wednesday, Sep 2, 2020

NPR's discussion of the historical path to statehood and the roots of the controversy over DC statehood features an interview with Paul Frymer, professor of politics and CSDP faculty associate. In Simmering...

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