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Category Archives: Research
Mark is still in his cups — but only in an academic way: http://www.salon.com/2013/08/24/murder_intrigue_and_the_mysterious_origins_of_vodka/
Mark writes about the movement to boycott Russian vodka to protest its anti-LGBT legislation. Read about here.
Catherine Warrick: Doing Field Research: evidence, ethics and the unexpected (or, How I Ended Up Marching to Parliament with 50 English Nationalists and a Million Cops)
I’ve spent the past seven months in England, doing field research for my book on Islamic law in the United Kingdom. It’s been fantastic, but honestly, professors don’t do field research for fun. It often is fun – interesting people, … Continue reading
Jennifer, a second-year Assistant Professor, has received the only Honorable Mention awarded in several years for the Walter Dean Burnham Dissertation Award for the best dissertation in Politics and History, marking a very successful APSA season for us. Congratulations, Jennifer!
Professor David Barrett has a new op-ed in Politico. Read it here: http://www.politico.com/story/2013/06/surveillance-privacy-nsa-programs-legal-92590.html