Political Science Archive

Ray Raymond, SUNY Ulster – Security

Our security measures may lead to insecurity for others. Ray Raymond, professor of government and history

Anna Amirkhanyan, American University – We Have Protested, Now What?

On American University Week: Protesting is a way to get your voice heard. Anna Amirkhanyan, associate

Tricia Bacon, American University – Allies of the Islamic State

On American University Week: Where does the fight against ISIS stand today? Tricia Bacon, assistant professor

Sarah Snyder, American University – Human Rights and U.S. Foreign Policy

On American University Week: Have human rights helped shape U.S. foreign policy in the past? Sarah

Daniel Lewis, Siena College – Public Attitudes Towards Transgender Rights

On Siena College Week: Could unfamiliarity with transgender people be driving negative attitudes in the U.S.?

Lisa Fazio, Vanderbilt University – Why We Stink at Fact-Checking

Got your facts straight? Lisa Fazio, assistant professor of psychology and human development at Vanderbilt University,

Ray Raymond, SUNY Ulster – Avoiding Intelligence Blind Spots

There has been a lot of chaos in the U.S. government under the current administration. Ray

Ryan Skinnell, San Jose State University – What Rhetoric Can Teach Us About Donald Trump

Persuasion plays a big part in our elections. Ryan Skinnell, Assistant Professor of Rhetoric and Composition

Elizabeth Kiester, Albright College – Religion and Policy on Attitudes towards LGBTQ Rights

We’re still looking to fully understand prejudice in our society. Elizabeth Kiester, Assistant Professor of Sociology

Mark Montgomery, Grinnell College – International Adoption

Fewer and fewer children are being adopted from overseas. Mark Montgomery, professor of enterprise and leadership