Erin’s co-authored article with Jaeeun Kim recently won the Outstanding Paper Award for the Ethnicity, Nationalism, & Migration Studies (ENMISA) section of the International Studies Association. Congratulations Erin!
News & Announcements Archive
Joseph Becker receives writing award
We are delighted to share the news that one of our graduate students, Joseph Becker, won the General Larry D. Welch Deterrence Writing Award sponsored by U.S. Strategic Command (STRATCOM), for his article, “Strategy in the New Era of Tactical Nuclear Weapons,” that appeared in the Spring 2020 edition of STATEGIC STUDIES QUARTERLY. We are also […]
Graduate student publishes article on socio-spatial dynamics of politics
Ronay Bakan’s article, “Socio-spatial dynamics of contentious politics: A case of urban warfare in the Kurdish region of Turkey”, has been published by Kurdish Studies Journal. Great work Ronay!
Sarah Parkinson wins two article awards at APSA
Sarah’s co-authored article with Eric Hundman– Hundman, Eric and Parkinson, Sarah E. 2019. “Rogues, Degenerates, and Heroes: Disobedience as Politics in Military Organizations.” European Journal of International Relations 25(3): 645-671–won the following two awards: 2020 Outstanding Article Award in International Security 2020 Outstanding Article Award in International History and Politics Congratulations Sarah!
Valerie deKoeijer receives two grants in support of her dissertation project
We are thrilled to announce Valerie has been awarded both the Cultuurfondsbeurs from the Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds (a major Dutch research foundation) and a Centennial Center Research Grant from APSA’s Centennial Center for Political Science and Public Affairs. These two grants will support Valerie’s research, : “Too Many Cooks in the Kitchen?: Local Government and […]
Racial Authoritarianism in U.S. Democracy
Vesla Weaver, Bloomberg Distinguished Associate Professor of Political Science and Sociology, in Science Magazine.
Nandini Dey awarded the 2020 APSA Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant by NSF
We are thrilled to announce that our very own Nandini Dey has been awarded the 2020 APSA Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant funded by the NSF. This grant will support research for her dissertation project, “Making Foreigners: Citizenship and the Legacies of Colonialism and Nationalism in India.” Congratulations, Nandini!
Nnamdi Igbokwe awarded the 2020 ACLS Emerging Voices Fellowship
We are pleased to announce that our very own Nnamdi Igbokwe has been awarded the 2020 ACLS Emerging Voices Fellowship. He was one of 45 selected among a total of almost 300 recent PhDs nominated by almost 100 universities. He will begin his remote post at Arizona State University next month. Nnamdi defended his dissertation, “The […]
The Structural Foundations of Racism
Please join the International Studies Leadership Council for the first event of the Summer Speaker Series on the Structural Foundations of Racism with Professor of Political Science Robbie Shilliam and Professor History Martha S. Jones. When: July 9th, 5-6 pm EST Where: Zoom Meeting / https://JHUBlueJays.zoom.us/j/95330630375
How Overpoliced Communities Become Politically Engaged
Vesla Weaver on Niskanen Center Podcast, How Overpoliced communities Become Politically Engaged.