New: Undergraduate Thematic ConcentrationsMajoring or minoring in political science and want to fine-tune your research interests? Just looking for classes on a certain subject? Each concentration identifies a key theme or topic and suggests classes from across the subfields in which it appears. Take advantage of our drop-in advising hours to talk more about the concentrations and academic paths.
Dr. Stephen C. Nelson wins the 2018 Peter Katzenstein Book PrizeAwarded in recognition for an outstanding first book in International Relations, Comparative Politics, or Political Economy, The Katzenstein Prize lauded Dr. Nelson's work The Currency of Confidence: How Economic Beliefs Shape the IMF's Relationship with It's Borrowers as "an outstanding and innovating analysis" and "a model of scholarship in political economy."
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