News & Announcements Archive

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).

Schouler Lecture, “Our Polycrisis” held in Hopkins Bloomberg Center in Washington DC

As part of the two-day Schouler lecture series, Adam Tooze (Columbia University) engaged in a discussion on historical perspectives and contemporary politics with Monica Ali (SUNY) and Tim Sahay (Net Zero Industrial Policy […]

Announcing the Schouler Lecture 2024 featuring Adam Tooze (Columbia University)

Please join us on February 29 and March 1 for the Schouler Lecture 2024. This year, the Schouler Lecture will highlight Adam Tooze from Columbia University. The lecture will consist […]

PhD Candidate Jessie Croteau awarded WPSA William Connolly Award

PhD Candidate Jessie Croteau was awarded the 2024 WPSA William Connolly Award for her paper titled, “Morbid Materialism: A Lucretian Materiality, Potentiality, and Politics of Decline.” The award recognizes “the […]

PhD Alumnus Yunchen Tian awarded best article prize from Institute of Social Science – Oxford University Press

PhD Alumnus Yunchen Tian won the Institute of Social Science (ISS) – Oxford University Press (OUP) prize for the best article published in Social Science Japan Journal (SSJJ), for their article, […]

Political Science Weekly Seminar Series Spring 2024

Come join us every Thursday for the Political Science Seminar Series for Spring 2024, featuring external speakers, faculty presentations, and graduate focused topics!

PhD Alumnus Renny Babiarz’s public report on China’s nuclear test site

Alumnae Renny Babiarz, former analyst at the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency, conducted an in-depth analysis of China’s Lop Nur nuclear test site.

Professor Sarah Parkinson discusses politics of casualty counts in Gaza

Professor Sarah Parkinson takes a closer look at the Gaza casualty data in her recent interview featured on Good Authority, and explains how causaulty counts can become dangerous political tools.

Professor Robbie Shilliam’s new article on International Security and Black Politics

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 […]

PhD Candidate Ronay Bakan awarded Honorable Mention for MESA Graduate Student Paper Prize

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.” […]