The CSDP community of faculty, fellows, graduate students, and postdocs gathered to watch midterm election returns, sharing predictions and reactions to the races called on election night.
The Woodrow Wilson School featured CSDP faculty members' reactions to the midterm elections in a "WWS Reacts" piece out just the day after the election.
Andrew Guess, Assistant Professor of Politics and Public Affairs and CSDP Faculty Associate, published findings and policy implications of a seven-year project: Can the Government Deter Discrimination?
In A new study reveals the real reason Obama voters switched to Trump, Vox featured a forthcoming article by Ali Valenzuela and co-authors, ...
CSDP invites applications for Visiting Research Scholars and Postdoctoral Research Associates for the 2019-2020 academic year.
The deadline for all applications is November 30, 2018 at 11:59pm EST.
Chaya Crowder, Politics PhD candidate and CSDP-affiliated graduate student, authored an article in The Washington Post on the racial dynamics in play during the 1991 Hill-Thomas Supreme Court confirmation hearings compared with this week's Kavanaugh-Ford hearings.
In The Washington Post, Susanne Schwarz, Princeton politics graduate student and CSDP affiliate (with colleagues at Harvard and Michigan) describes their research on rape culture language and its implications in the context of the Kavanaugh hearings and the current moment in U.S.
Patricia Kirkland, who recently joined the faculty at Princeton University as assistant professor of politics and public affairs and a CSDP faculty associate, was named the winner of the American Political Science Association (APSA) Urban Politics Section's "Susan Clarke Young Scholars Award." She was...