Political Science Archive

David Kastan, Yale University – The Politics of Red and Blue

How long have Republicans been red and Democrats blue? David Kastan, professor of English at Yale

Jerusha Conner, Villanova University – Students Should March and Then They Should Run

On Part 2 of our Student Protest Series: What happens after the students stop marching? Jerusha

Elise Carlson-Rainer, American Public University – Role of Bureaucrats in Foreign Policy and LGBTI Rights

Bureaucrats might not be all bad. Elise Carlson-Rainer, assistant professor of International Relations at American Public

David Schultz, Hamline University – Local Government

Want to get involved in government?  Look local. David Schultz, professor of political science at Hamline

Joseph Fins, Cornell University – Secret Memo Shows Bipartisanship during Watergate Crisis

Bipartisanship during a crisis seems unlikely in today’s political climate. Joseph Fins, professor of medical ethics

Jennifer LeMesurier, Colgate University – Knitting as Protest

Can knitting be used as an act of defiance? Jennifer LeMesurier, professor of writing and rhetoric

Christine Blackburn, Texas A&M University – Weaknesses in the Global Supply Chain

We must never break the chain. Christine Blackburn, postdoctoral research fellow at Texas A&M University, examines

Derek Black, South Carolina University – Federal Education Right

Why isn’t education a federal right? Derek Black, professor of law at the University of South

Il Hyun Cho, Lafayette College – Dispelling Myths about North Korea

North Korea remains a mystery. Il Hyun Cho, assistant professor in the Department of Government and

Chelsea Good Abbas, Widener University – What Happens in Latin American when the U.S. Tightens its Borders

What happens in Latin America when the U.S. tightens its borders? Chelsea Good Abbas, instructor of