Political Science Archive

Austin Sarat, Amherst College – Lying to Government Officials

Do not lie to government officials. Austin Sarat, professor of jurisprudence and political science at Amherst

Ray Raymond, SUNY Ulster – The U.S. and U.K.’s Special Partnership

The U.S. and UK have enjoyed a strong relationship for centuries. Ray Raymond, professor of government

Hans Hassell, Cornell College – Political Candidate Media Coverage

The stories reporters write and the stories politicians want written are not always the same. Hans

Michelle Pautz, University of Dayton – Movies and Government Officials

Are government employees treated differently by the movies than in popular opinion? Michelle Pautz, associate professor

Damon Coletta, United States Air Force Academy – Educational Practice and Liberal Education

Could a focus on liberal education help America’s leadership in the world? Damon Coletta, professor of

Matthew Loveless, Center For Research and Social Progress – Misperceptions of Inequality

How much do you know about the economy’s progress? Matthew Loveless, Senior Research Fellow at the

Peter Neal Peregrine, Lawrence University – Disaster Preparedness

Disaster preparedness is often lacking. Peter Neal Peregrine, professor of anthropology and museum studies at Lawrence

Robert Garland, Colgate University – Refugees Past and Present

The refugee crisis is ongoing. Robert Garland, professor of the classics at Colgate University, examines a

Simon Haeder, West Virginia University – Lessons from the Past on Healthcare

Governments taking away healthcare is actually quite rare. Simon Haeder, assistant professor of political science at

R. Khari Brown, Wayne State University – Race, Religion and Politics

Politically charged sermons can have varying effects on congregations. R. Khari Brown, associate professor in the