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Professor Andrew Ward featured in Tulane Hullabaloo article on New Orleans tourism industry
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Professor Nancy Maveety expounds upon recent Supreme Court events in her article: A Supreme Court Appointment in an Election Year
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Professor Menaka Philips pens an article on Cultivating Civic Engagement in the Digital Age
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Professor Brian Brox writes about the phenomenon of patterns in voting behavior influencing election results
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Professor Geoff Dancy discusses conspiracy theories and why people believe them in the latest episode of On Good Authority.
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Dr. Mirya Holman serves as part of a distinguished panel for Texas Tech University on the Politics of Covid-19, Present & Future.
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Professor Nancy Maveety featured in Tulane University Libraries 2020 Faculty Author Spotlight Series
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Justice Ginsburg's passing brings new relevance to Professor Sally Kenney's 2012 book, Gender & Justice: Why Women in the Judiciary Really Matter

Gender & Justice

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Professor Mirya Holman discusses Sheriff elections on Democracy Works
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Professor Sally Kenney pens op-ed honoring the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
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Christina Kiel, “Chicken dance (off): competing cultural diplomacy in the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest” in International Journal of Cultural Policy
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Professor Izabela Steflja's book Women as War Criminals: Gender, Agency, and Justice has been released
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Professor Menaka Philips pens op-ed in Made by History in Washington Post
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Prof. Nancy Maveety interviewed about the Roberts Court by Daniel Lelchuck on "Talking Beats" (Part 2)
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Prof. Nancy Maveety interviewed about the Roberts Court by Daniel Lelchuck on "Talking Beats" (Part 1)
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Asst. Prof. Menaka Philips's article, “Feminist Preoccupations,” published in Signs last year, was selected as the winner of the 2020 Winner of the Okin-Young award for the best article in Feminist Political Theory from APSA
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Tulane International Development students launch a free, citywide glass recycling program in New Orleans
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Ruth Carlitz cited in the New York Times article "Why Are Women-Led Nations Doing Better With Covid-19?"
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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.  

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Fiona Grathwohl (SLA '19) works as a research assistant at The Fund for Peace in Wahsington, D.C. where she uses her background in International Development to work on the 2020 Fragile States Index.
An interdisciplinary track with tangible skills: International development celebrates a recent graduate
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Professor Izabela Steflja named Faculty in Residence
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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. 

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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.

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Professor Lee Gary, part of Ebola response team, weighs in on coronavirus
Professor Lee Gary, part of Ebola response team, weighs in on coronavirus

Lee Gary, adjunct assistant professor for international development studies at Tulane, has extensive experience managing disasters in extreme environments. Now, Gary focuses his energy on teaching his students about coronavirus, an emerging epidemic.

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Professor Thomas Oatley's paper named one of the top 10 best works on Political Economy for 2019 by the Washington Post
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Menaka Philips co-authors a timely new study of collective identity and digital democracy
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A Global Citizen State Of Mind
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Preparing Global Citizens
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Dr. Mark Vail wins the 2018-2019 GSSA Faculty Award
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Tulane workshop examines barriers to women in state and local politics
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Unrest in France
Professor Mark Vail was recently featured in an episode of National Public Radio's 'On Point' on the subject of ongoing social unrest in France and the implications for French politics and governance

Professor Mark Vail was recently featured in an episode of National Public Radio's 'On Point' on the subject of ongoing social unrest in France and the implications for French politics and governance.

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Mirya Holman
Mirya Holman's election results analysis quoted in New York Times
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Professor Holman co-authors Washington Post piece on 'hostile sexism' in politics
Mirya Holman co-authors Washington Post piece on 'hostile sexism' in politics
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Kavanaugh Panel
J. Celeste Lay, Scott Nolan, Rosalind Cook, and Nancy Maveety participate in the panel "Kavanaugh and the New Supreme Court”
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Professors Lay & Holman
Study finds neutral fact-checking doesn't convince voters to abandon ‘fake news’
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Professor Holman wins national award for gender research
Professor Mirya Holman wins national award for gender research
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Report Authored by Mirya Holman and Chloe Schwanz Featured on NOLA.com
NOLA News on Holman Report

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. 

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Mirya Holman and J. Celeste Lay
2018 HIllman Prize
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Raymond Taras Professor Department of Political Science Tulane University
Ray Taras Fulbright
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Mirya Holman
Holman Quoted in Aljazeera
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Menaka Philips Examines Fake News and Democratic Habits for the Washington Post
Philips and Washington Post
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J. Celeste Lay Publishes on Mayoral Control and Local Test Scores
Celeste Lay Publication
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Philosophy and Politics: Gary Remer's Upcoming Publications
Gary Remer Upcoming Publications
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Martin Dimitrov Publishes on Media Control in China
Martin Dimitrov Publication
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Glass and Gavel
Supreme Court's history with alcohol gets a look in 'Glass and Gavel'
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Geoffrey Dancy
Dancy Recent Publications

Assistant Professor Geoffrey Dancy has had a busy year of publications. Find out more about his exciting articles here.

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Christina Kiel
Christina Kiel Publication
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Mark Vail Professor Department of Political Science Tulane University
Mark Vail Publications
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Menaka Philips Publication
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Glass & Gavel
Glass and Gavel: Nancy Maveety's new book analyzes the U.S. Supreme Court and its history with alcohol
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Raymond Taras
Raymond Taras gives an introduction to his new book: Nationhood, Migration and Global Politics
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Menaka Philips Publishes on Harriet Taylor Mill, Gender, and Intellectual Labor in the Canon
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Fellowship Awarded to Zhu Zhang
Fellowship awarded to Political Science PhD student Zhu Zhang
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Patrick Egan Globalizing Innovation
Patrick Egan Book
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Virginia Oliveros
Virginia Oliveros Publications
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Liberalism in Illiberal States
Mark Vail Forthcoming Book

Vail's forthcoming publication offers a new theoretical perspective on the role of economic liberalism in shaping patterns of economic adjustment in advanced industrial societies.

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Ethics and the Orator
Gary Remer Book

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. 

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