A 2021 study by Scott Feinstein, assistant professor of political science, seemingly predicted Russia’s unprovoked attack on Ukraine in February, and offers insight into Vladimir Putin’s political strategy.
Richard Mansbach, a professor in the Department of Political Science, has been awarded the Quincy Wright Distinguished Scholar Award from the International Studies Association (ISA)-Midwest Region. The Quincy Wright Distinguished Scholar Award was created in 2000 and is given annually to a scholar who has significantly influenced the ISA-Midwest region. Quincy Wright Distinguished Scholars have … Continue reading Richard Mansbach receives the Quincy Wright Distinguished Scholar Award
Amy Erica Smith, a Liberal Arts and Sciences’ dean’s professor and associate professor of political science, has co-authored an article for the Journal of Democracy. The article is titled, “Latin America Erupts: When Does Competitive Authoritarianism Take Root?” The Journal of Democracy is the world’s leading publication on the theory and practice of democracy. Since … Continue reading Amy Erica Smith co-authors article in the Journal of Democracy
David A.M. Peterson, professor in the Department of Political Science and the Lucken Professor of Political Science, is the co-recipient of the Best Book Award from the Race and Ethnic Politics section of the American Political Science Association. Peterson won the award for his book, “Ignored Racism.”