News & Announcements

Professor Ang Discusses the “Revolution in How China is Governed”

Professor Ang Discusses the “Revolution in How China is Governed”
Professor Yuen Yuen Ang was a guest on the Ezra Klein show to discuss changes in how China is governed, and that understanding China as an “autocracy with democratic characteristics” is key to making sense of the trajectory. Listen to the episode or read the article on the New York Times.

Professor Sarah Parkinson awarded Best Article Award

Aronson Assistant Professor Sarah Parkinson has been awarded the Best Article Award from the Middle East and North Africa Politics Organized Section of the American Political Science Association for her article “(Dis)Courtesy Bias: “Methodological Cognates,” Data Validity, and Ethics in Violence-Adjacent Research,” which was published in Comparative Political Studies in March 2022. Congratulations Professor Parkinson!

Ronay Bakan awarded 2022 Summer Centennial Research Grant/APSA

PhD student Ronay Bakan has been awarded a 2022 Summer Centennial Center Research Grant from the American Political Science Association. This award will support her fieldwork on the post-conflict socio-legal construction of land and heritage in the Kurdish region of Turkey. Congratulations Ronay!