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December 4, 2019
Caleb Visser wins Schwarzman Scholarship for study in Beijing
Visser, a politics concentrator, won a Schwarzman Scholarship, which covers the cost of graduate study and living toward a one-year master’s program at Tsinghua University in Beijing.
December 4, 2019
Melissa Lee publishes essay in Foreign Affairs
Professor Lee published an essay based on her forthcoming book, "Crippling Leviathan," in Foreign Affairs.
December 2, 2019
Amaney Jamal wins Kuwait Prize
Professor Jamal won the Kuwait Prize in the field of Economics and Social Sciences
November 25, 2019
Dean Knox's research finds universal patterns in vocal music across hundreds of small-scale societies
Professor Knox was part of an international research team that found universal patterns in vocal music across hundreds of small-scale societies.
November 21, 2019
Fumika Mizuno wins Haarlow Prize
Junior Fumika Mizuno was awarded the Humanities Council's Haarlow Prize for her paper “What’s New? Contrasting visions of Tradition and Modernity in the Infrastructure of Ghost in the Shell."
November 14, 2019
Jan-Werner Mueller’s new book wins Bavarian Book Prize
Jan-Werner Mueller’s new book "Furcht und Freiheit: Fuer einen anderen Liberalismus" won the Bavarian Book Prize, which is decided by three jury members deliberating publicly in the presence of the
November 7, 2019
Jameson Doig, scholar of politics and public policy, dies at 86
Jameson Doig, professor of politics and public affairs, emeritus, who studied public systems and governance as a scholar and advised policymakers throughout his career, died Oct. 19 in Lebanon, New
November 1, 2019
Keith Whittington awarded the Thomas M. Cooley Book Prize
Professor Whittington won the award for his book "Repugnant Laws: Judicial Review of Acts of Congress from the Founding to the Present."
September 26, 2019
Keith Whittington pens Washington Post op-ed
"Impeachment isn’t mandatory — even if Trump committed impeachable offenses," writes Professor Keith Whittington in his Washington Post opinion piece.
September 12, 2019
LaFleur Stephens-Dougan's research cited in New York Times op-ed
Professor Stephens-Dougan's work with Ashley Jardina on "Disentangling Race and Individualism" is mentioned in the op-ed.
August 29, 2019
Giuliana Pardelli receives Fiona McGillivray Award
Graduate student Pardelli received the award for the best graduate student paper in political economy.
August 28, 2019
Frances Lee receives APSA's 2019 Barbara Sinclair Lecture Award
Professor Lee received the award for “achievement in promoting understanding of the U.S. Congress and legislative politics.”
August 9, 2019
Melissa Lee wins Perry World House’s Inaugural Emerging Scholars Global Policy Prize
Professor Lee received the award for her essay "Subversive Statecraft: The New Face of Great Power Conflict."
July 29, 2019
Alumnus Adam Thal wins the Best Paper Prize in APSA's Class and Inequality Section
Thal, who received his Ph.D. in 2017, won the prize for his paper “Status Update: Social Media and the Economic Policy Preferences of Affluent Americans.”
July 29, 2019
Politics alumnus General Mark Milley confirmed next Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
The General, a former Princeton ROTC Cadet and a member of the Class of 1980, concentrated in politics.
July 26, 2019
John Kastellec wins the 2019 Best Journal Article Award by APSA's Law and Courts section
Professor John Kastellec received the 2019 Best Journal Article Award by APSA's Law and Courts section for his paper “Judicial Federalism and Representation.”
July 25, 2019
Will Horne wins MPSA award for best paper in comparative politics
Graduate student Horne won the award for his paper "The Causes of Mass-level Affective Polarization in Advanced Democracies," co-authored with Noam Gidron and James Adams.
July 2, 2019
Opinion piece by Gary Bass appears in the New York Times
Gary Bass, professor of politics and international affairs, publishes opinion piece in the New York Times, "Trump's Ignorant Comments about Japan Were Bad Even for Him."
July 1, 2019
Will Lowe contributes to NY Times analysis, "What Happened to America’s Political Center of Gravity?"
Will Lowe, politics lecturer and senior research specialist, contributes to New York Times analysis entitled, "What Happened to America’s Political Center of Gravity?"
June 28, 2019
BBC releases findings of the Arab Barometer's 5th wave
The BBC released findings of Professor Amaney Jamal's Arab Barometer project.