Martin Dimitrov receives the 2020 President's Award for Excellence in Graduate and Professional Teaching.
Martin Dimitrov has received the 2020 President's Award for Excellence in Graduate and Professional Teaching. This university-wide award is given to faculty members who have a sustained and compelling record of excellence in teaching and learning and an ongoing commitment to educational excellence. Typically, the award is conferred during the University Commencement Ceremony. As there will be no physical commencement this year, the award will be publicized in an article that will appear in Tulane Today next week.
Professor Mirya Holman honored as one of Political Research Quarterly’s Top 20 Outstanding Reviewers for 2019
The Political Science Department's own Professor Mirya Holman was named one of Political Research Quarterly’s Outstanding Reviewers for this past year. These Top 20 Outstanding Reviewers are recognized in PRQ’s 2019 Annual Report and also in a separate space on the journal’s website.
Dr. Thomas Oatley has been offered a nine-month residential fellowship with the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
The Tulane Political Science Department is proud to announce that our own Dr. Thomas Oatley, Director of Graduate Studies & Corasaniti-Zondorak Chair in International Relations, has been offered a nine-month residential fellowship with the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.
Tulane political scientist Mirya Holman’s report, Assessing Equity in Political Representation in New Orleans, takes a look at who has held office in city government and how representation has changed over time, particularly for women and people of color. NOLA.com and Tulane News featured the research, co-authored by recent graduate Chloe Schwanz, in recent stories.
For thousands of years, critics have attacked rhetoric and the actual practice of politics as unprincipled, insincere, and manipulative. In Ethics and the Orator, Gary A. Remer disagrees, offering the Ciceronian rhetorical tradition as a rejoinder.