The Paul A. McCoy Award is given to the best thesis paper for an outstanding graduate student seminar paper in political science.
Workers By Any Other Name: Comparing Co-ethnics and ‘Interns’ as Labour Migrants to Japan
Never Travel Alone: Shipping, Containers, Refugees and Notes on Politics
Pause, Listen, Count: Walt Whitman and John Cage on Song and Language, Sounds of Silence and the Role of Listening in the World
War is Politics with Bloodshed: Mao, the Black Panthers, and the Problem of Protracted Politics
Fragile Legitimacy: The Rise and Decline of the EU’s ‘Sustainable Biofuel’ Policy
Freedom and Objectification in Hegel’s Phenomenology
Deliberation, Coalitions and Strategy: A Practices Approach to Judicial Decision Making
Hegemony, Ideology, Governmentality: State Power After Weber
Nietzsche and Whitehead; Cosmologies and Moralities
Applying the Establishment Clause Abroad
James Hart Fellowship
Awarded to graduate students for support in their field of study.
Joel Ish Fellowship
Awarded to a graduate student in the field of public law (or political science).
Nicole Suveges Fellowship
Supports field research among graduate students in CP or IR.
William Reinsch Fellowship
Support for promising young scholar whose work relates to: the emergence of China; globalization; international trade and security.
Connie Caplan Fellowship
Fellowship for graduate student in political science.