- Rana Khoury, As Ohio Goes: Life in the Post-Recession Nation (Kent State University Press 2016)
- Sara Monoson, "Aesop Said So: Ancient Wisdom and Radical Politics in 1930s New York," Classical Receptions Journal, 2016, 8 (1): 90-113
- Jacqueline Stevens, "Forensic Intelligence and the Deportation Research Clinic: Toward a New Paradigm," Perspectives on Politics, 2015, 13 (3): 722-38
- Will Reno, "Lost in Transitions: Civil War Termination in Sub-Saharan Africa," The American Historical Review, 2015, 120 (5): 1798-1810
- James Farr and Terrell Carver, ed., The Cambridge Companion to the Communist Manifesto (Cambridge University Press 2015)
- Jordan Gans-Morse and Henry St. George Brooke, "Putin's Crackdown on Mortality: Rethinking Legal Nihilism and State Capacity in Light of Russia’s Surprising Public Health Campaigns," Problems of Post-Communism, 2015, 00: 1-15
- Stephen Nelson, "Paper Entanglements: Why (and How) Keynes's Ideal about Sovereign Debt Still Matter," Challenge, 2015, 58 (6): 492-508
- Laurel Harbridge, Is Bipartisanship Dead? Policy Agreement and Agenda-setting in the House of Representatives (Cambridge University Press 2015)
- Ian Hurd, "Enchanted and Disenchanted International Law," Global Policy, 2015, doi: 10.1111/1758-5899.12299
- Chloe Thurston, "Policy Feedback in the Public-Private Welfare State: Advocacy Groups and Access to Government Homeownership Programs, 1934-1954," Studies in American Political Development, 2015, 29 (2): 250-67
- Elizabeth Shakman Hurd, Beyond Religious Freedom (Princeton University Press 2015)
News & Events
Associate Professor Elizabeth Shakman Hurd's new book 'Beyond Religious Freedom: The New Global Politics of Religion' is reviewed in the Boston Review.
Ph.D candidate Rana Khoury's new book 'As Ohio Goes: Life in the Post-Recession Nation' is spotlighted in PS: Political Science and Politics, an APSA journal, as well as Belt Magazine this upcoming month.
'As Ohio Goes: Life in the Post-Recession Nation' tells the stories of average Americans living in a moment of record income inequality and declining standards of living. It is forthcoming from Kent State University Press in May 2016.
Associate Professor Al Tillery writes for The Chronicle of Higher Education: 'What's Wrong With Inequality Studies?'
Thursday, April 28, 12:00 PM
"The Evolution of Culture and Institutions: Evidence from the Kuba Kingdom"
Wednesday, May 4, 5:00 PM
WCAS Political Science class of 2002
Wednesday, May 11, All Day
“The Chinaman and the Slave: Notes on Race, Power and Positionally”