Political Science Archive

Greg Shufeldt, Butler University – Political Party Competition in States

On Butler University Week: If one political party controls a state, people lose interest. Greg Shufeldt,

Yufeng Mao, Widener University – A Muslim vision of the Chinese Nation

On Widener University Week: Muslims have had an active history in China’s nation-building. Yufeng Mao, associate

Monti Datta, University of Richmond – How Many People Are Enslaved Today?

On University of Richmond Week: How many people are enslaved today? Monti Datta, associate professor of

Della Dumbaugh, University of Richmond – Political Conflict and American Mathematics

On University of Richmond Week: Mathematics is influenced by political events. Della Dumbaugh, professor of mathematics,

Douglas Dowland, Ohio Northern University – Language and Nationalism

The words we use when we talk about our country can have powerful meanings. Douglas Dowland,

Lisa Leopold, Middlebury Institute of International Studies – Public Apologies

The best strategy for a public apology is not always followed. Lisa Leopold, associate professor of

James Seidelman, Westminster College – End of Neoliberalism

On Westminster College Week:  The 2016 presidential election may have signaled the end of neoliberalism. James

Manata Hashemi, University of Oklahoma – Cultures of Conformity

Where does the greatest possibility for change in Iran lie? Manata Hashemi, assistant professor of Iranian

Andrew Morris, Union College – When Natural Disasters Became National Disasters

On Union College Week: The federal government hasn’t always paid out after natural disasters.   Andrew

Jessica Trisko Darden, American University – Insurgent Women

Women join terrorist groups for the same reasons as men, but their roles aren’t always the