We are delighted to share that PhD alum Jason Klocek has been awarded the JPR article of the year for the article he co-author with Hyun Jeong Ha and Nathanael Gratias Sumaktoyo entitled “ Regime change and religious discrimination after the Arab uprisings. ” To learn more about his award, click this link, https://www.prio.org/news/3501#:~:text=Phillips%20(University%20of%20Essex)%20has,(JPR%2060%3A3)
One of our undergraduate alumni, Kathleen Kavalec, has been appointed the US ambassador to Romania. For more details follow the link below. https://ro.usembassy.gov/ embassy/bucharest/ambassador/# :~:text=Kathleen%20Kavalec
We're please to share that in the newest episode of the Matrix podcast, our very own Political Science graduate student Jennie Barker interviews sociologist Yan Long about her research on the history of public health policy in China. While their discussion centers Long's research on HIV/AIDS activism in China, the broader insights about the political nature of public health is relevant for understanding how states...
Associate Professor Ryan Brutger sits for a podcast interview at Social Science Matrix. What is the role and impact of private firms in monitoring and enforcing international trade law? Professor Ryan Brutger recently sat down with Daniel Lobo, Sociology PhD Student and Social Science Matrix Communications Scholar, for a podcast to discuss Ryan's new article, "Litigation for Sale: Private Firms and WTO Dispute Escalation." This...
How do elites select women leaders? Melanie Phillips unpacks Zambia's "selectorate" who pick party candidates. The Political Science Department is pleased to share details about Melanie Phillips (PhD '22) with the UC Berkeley Social Science Matrix. Follow link for details, https://matrix.berkeley.edu/research-article/gender-and-political-gatekeepers-a-visual-interview-with-melanie-phillips/.
Professor Kirk Bansak's paper titled "Europeans’ support for refugees of varying background is stable over time" has been published in Nature. It was posted online a couple weeks ago, and will be out in their print edition on August 24, 2023. Read the full paper here, https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-023-06417-6 . Professor Bansak was also interviewed by Berkeley News about his paper. You can read his interview here...
Professor Vinod K. Aggarwal and Professor and PhD Alum Andrew Reddie write an article featured in Lawfare. You can read the full article here: https://www.lawfaremedia.org/article/putting-the-biden-administration-s-new-economic-statecraft-in-context
The Department of Political Science is delighted to share that the ECPR’s Standing Group on Regulatory Governance has decided to award Professor Emeritus David Vogel its lifetime award this year, in recognition of the many important and outstanding contributions he has made to the field. Please join us in congratulating Professor Vogel on this wonderful achievement.
The Political Science Department with like to congratulate PhD alumni, Professor Jason Blakely (Class of 2013), for having the cover article in the August issue of Harper's Magazine. Professor Blakely's article, entitled "Doctor's Orders," is based on my 2020 book with Oxford University Press, We Built Reality . You can read the full article here, https://harpers.org/archive/2023/08/doctors-orders-jason-blakely/.
We'd liked to share multiple recent media appearances from our esteemed Professor Steve Fish. To view his features follow the links below. CNN: https://we.tl/t-58MoFAWcE5 and https://wetransfer.com/ downloads/ cd03cf74c93a1ba45a6351bfa41760 0320230624073743/1938ea BBC: https://wetransfer.com/ downloads/ 456090d5b869289faef89bea935b26 e620230625045006/99e23f Sky News Australia: https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=EJ2-Hlp5PHQ