Raychel Gadson, Political Science Department graduate student, has been named an APSA Diversity Fellow by the American Political Science Association in addition to winning the Sidney Mintz Student Fellowship for Field […]
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Professorr and political scientist Hahrie Han from Johns Hopkins University have been selected to join the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, one of the oldest learned societies in the U.S. Membership in the academy is considered a career honor and recognizes individuals for their excellence and leadership, their distinction in working across disciplines, and their achievements in advancing the common good. They are among 261 scholars selected for membership to the academy this year.
Professor Daniel Schlozman‘s book, “When Movements Anchor Parties: Electoral Alignments in American History”, receives high praises in an article in the Wall Street Journal written by Michael Kazin, “Five Best: […]
Congratulations to Professor Erin Chung! Professor Chung’s book, Immigrant Incorporation in East Asian Democracies, received the 2021 Research Excellence Award from the Korea Ministry of Education and the National Research […]
PhD alumna Nicole Grove, Associate Professor at the University of Hawaii, has been named editor chief of International Political Sociology, a publication of the International Studies Association
Professor Erin Chung has been awarded the 2021 Most Outstanding Transnational Asia Book Award from the American Sociological Association Section on Asia and Asia America, for her book entitled, “Immigrant […]
Professor Erin Chung has been elected co-President of the American Political Science Association Migration and Citizenship section. Congratulations Professor Chung!
Questioning norms and shifting perspectives were top goals in creating the course, say instructors Robbie Shilliam, professor in the Department of Political Science, and Alexandre White, assistant professor in the Department of Sociology. Last year, influenced by the pandemic, faculty discussed the idea of turning an Africana studies lens on public health to provide a focal point for exploring the ongoing impacts of colonialism, slavery, and other histories of racial oppression.
The Political Science Department endorses the joint statement of the Program in East Asian Studies, the Program in Racism, Immigration and Citizenship, and the Program for the Study of Women, […]
Professor Renee Marlin-Bennett was interviewed by Hillary Matfess, Hopkins alumna, for “Say More About That“, a Bridging the Gap podcast. Professor Renee Marlin-Bennett researches global problems involving information and how […]