News & Announcements Archive

Daniel Schlozman’s new book mentioned in NYT

Daniel Schlozman’s new book, The Hollow Parties, is mentioned in a recent New York Times article on a “new centrism” in Washington DC.

Professors Sarah Parkinson and John Yasuda promoted to Associate Professors with tenure!

Professors Sarah Parkinson and John Yasuda were promoted to Associate Professors with tenure. Congratulations, Sarah and John!

Professor Jennifer Luff named Davis Center Fellow at Princeton University

Professor Jennifer Luff was awarded a Davis Center fellowship for Fall 2024, continuing her work titled “The Mendacious State: Political Policing in Interwar Britain.” Congratulations, Jennifer!

Professor Lilliana Mason joins the 2024 Class of Andrew Carnegie Fellows

Professor Lilliana Mason was selected as one of 28 fellows to join the 2024 Class of the prestigious Andrew Carnegie Fellows Program! Congratulations, Lilliana!

PhD and undergraduate students win Chloe Center grants and awards

On May 2, 2024, the Chloe Center for the Critical Study of Racism, Immigration, and Colonialism awarded two PhD students and two undergraduate students in the Political Science Department for […]

Steven David’s undergraduate class featured in Chronicle of Higher Education

Professor David’s class, Does Israel Have a Future, has been featured in the Chroncile of Higher Education: Debating Israel’s Future One Week at a Time.

PhD Candidate Jessie Croteau’s interview with the Johns Hopkins University Sustainability Office

Jessie Croteau explores decomposition, destruction, and decline through her research.

PhD Candidate Sheharyar Imran featured in The Johns Hopkins Newsletter

Sheharyar Imran discussed the new Chloe Center’s push for the Critical Studies Major, a student-led initiative.

International Symposium on Kant and Global Peace

Professor Inés Valdez will join leading scholars from a number of disciplines to discuss the legacies of Kant’s Toward Perpetual Piece in the three-day symposium. Find out more about the […]

Professor Inés Valdez’s podcast interview on The Political Theory Review

Professor Valdez was interviewed on the Podcast, The Political Theory Review about her recent book, Democracy and Empire: Labor, Nature, and the Reproduction of Capitalism (Cambridge UP).