Professor Robbie Shilliam recently published an article titled “International Security and Black Politics: A Biographical Note Toward an Institutional Critique” in the Special Issue on Race and Security in Security […]
News & Announcements Archive
PhD candidate Ronay Bakan was awarded Honorable Mention for the 2023 MESA Graduate Student Paper Prize, for her paper “Conflict in Ruins: Counterinsurgent Urbanism and Its Discontents in Northern Kurdistan.” […]
Professor P.J. Brendese recently published his new book, Segregated Time (2023) with Oxford University Press. He also discussed the new book at the Hopkins Political Theory Workshop. Congratulations, P.J.!
Professor Robbie Shilliam gave the University of Cambridge Annual Race Equality Lecture for 2023, entitled “Legacies of the Imperial Academy.
PhD alumna Nandini Dey has been awarded the 2023 ISA-Northeast’s Fred Hartmann Award for outstanding graduate paper, titled “Subjects, Aliens, and Undesirables: Managing Mobility and Insecurity in Colonial India.” Congratulations, […]
Professor Samuel Chambers’s new book, Money Has No Value (2023) was recently published by De Gruyter. Congratulations, Sam!
Dawn Teele has made both substantive and methodological contributions to the field of comparative politics. Her first line of research—best captured in her book Forging the Franchise (Princeton, 2018), which received the Luebbert […]
Sheharyar Imran discussed the history and importance of the Program in Racism, Immigration, and Citizenship on “What Comes Next: Racism, Immigration, and Citizenship after Affirmative Action,” an RIC event.
PhD Candidate Sabrina Axster published an article titled “We try to Humanise their Stories’: Interrogating the Representation of Migrants and Refugees Through the Shift from ‘Poverty Porn’ to Humanisation and […]
Professor Inés Valdez’s new book, Democracy and Empire: Labor, Nature, and the Reproduction of Capitalism (2023) was recently published by Cambridge University Press. Stay tuned for her book talk on […]