In an interview with Ezra Klein of the Washington Post, Prof. Steven Teles argues that issues concerning the complexity of government, rather than its size, will dominate American politics going forward. The nation has become a “kludgeocracy,” he says, with too many government programs and policies—”kludges”—that are substantially more complicated than the problems they are […]
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William Connolly’s new book, The Fragility of Things, is featured in Johns Hopkins Magazine.
Prof. Michael Hanchard talks about why immigration is such a hot-button issue in the latest Arts & Sciences Magazine.
Political Science Associate Professor Adam Sheingate shares his views on some critical, and sometimes overlooked, components of winning a presidential campaign in the latest Arts & Sciences Magazine.
Prof. Nicolas Jabko participates in a faculty roundtable discussion on the economic crisis in Europe…why it started, who it might harm, and how to fix it, in the latest Arts & Sciences Magazine.
The class Black Visual Politics—led by political scientist Lester K. Spence and photography instructor Phyllis Berger—requires photography, but it isn’t an art class. Instead it’s a traditional political science class addressing the politics of black families, the black self, and black spaces that’s combined with a documentary photography class. It’s interdisciplinary and collaborative. Read the […]
Prof. Jane Bennett shares some insights from her new book, Vibrant Matter: A Political Ecology of Things, with Arts & Sciences magazine. Click to read the article.
Bounding Power: Republican Security Theory from the Polis to the Global Village, a 2007 work by associate professor of political science Daniel Deudney, has been named one of three joint winners of the International Studies Association’s Best Book of the Decade Award. The honor is bestowed every 10 years upon a book or books of […]