Author: David Glick

Professor Kriner Publishes New Book: The Particularistic President

Professor Doug Kriner, along with former BU colleague (now at Washington University) Andrew Reeves, recently published a new book with Cambridge University Press. The book, “The Particularistic President: Executive Branch Politics and Political Inequality” analyzes how U.S. Presidents distribute federal grants and other resources to states, at least in part, for political reasons. Kriner and […]

Professors Einstein and Glick Win Award From APSA Urban Politics Section

Professors Katherine Levine Einstein and David Glick recently had work recognized by the American Political Science Association’s Urban Politics section. Specifically, their paper about mayors’ views on policies focused on low income residents was recognized as the year’s best conference paper in urban politics. Professors Einstein and Glick will accept the award at this year’s […]

Professor Wilson Addresses US Conference of Mayors: Warms Up Audience For Luminaries

Recently, Professor Graham Wilson introduced the Boston University Initiative on Cities Menino Survey of Mayors at the U.S. Conference of Mayors’ annual summer meeting in San Francisco. Wilson took the stage at Friday’s plenary luncheon to briefly introduce the audience to the project (now in its second year) that department members Katherine Levine Einstein and […]

Department Graduate Students Win Summer Research Fellowships

Recently several graduate students from the department were recognized with summer research fellowships. Three graduate students were named Pardee Center Summer Fellows. The three students and their areas of research are  1) Sahar Abi Hassan (politcal trust in Venezuela and Spain), 2) Junda Jin (water policy and trade in China), and 3) Claire Seulgie Lim (gender […]

Professors Christenson and Glick Awarded Best Journal Article by APSA Law and Courts Section

Dino Christenson and David Glick’s recently published article in the American Journal of Political Science was just awarded the American Political Science Association’s, Law and Courts section’s, prize for best journal article published in 2014. The award recognizes their article “Chief Justice Roberts’s Health Care Decision Disrobed: The Microfoundations of the Supreme Court’s Legitimacy” in which they […]

Vivien Schmidt Wins Prize for Best Paper in BJPIR

Vivien Schmidt, a Professor in the Pardee School and in the political science department was recently awarded the prize for the best paper published in the British Journal of Politics and International Relations in the past year. The paper is titled “Speaking to the Markets or to the People? A Discursive Institutionalist Analysis of the EU’s […]

Professor Einstein Publishes Book About Political Information, Article About City Politics

Recently, Katherine Levine Einstein, Assistant Professor of Political Science, published a book about political information. The book, co-authored with Jennifer Hochschild (Harvard), and published by the University of Oklahoma Press, is titled Do Facts Matter? Information and Misinformation in American Politics (The Julian J. Rothbaum Distinguished Lecture Series).  The authors focus on political information throughout US […]

Professor Christenson and Colleagues Recognized for Best Article in Political Research Quarterly

Dino Christenson, an Assistant Professor in the department, was recently awarded with a prize for publishing the best 2014 article in the journal Political Research Quarterly. The award committee recognized the article, “Deus ex Machina: Candidate Web Presence and the Presidential Nomination Campaign” that Professor Christenson wrote with two colleagues Corwin D. Smidt and Costas Panagopoulos. […]

Professors Christenson and Glick Publish on ACA Case in AJPS

Dino Chistenson and David Glick, both Assistant Professors of American politics, just published an article titled “Chief Justice Roberts’s Health Care Decision Disrobed: The Microfoundations of the Supreme Court’s Legitimacy” in the American Journal of Political Science.  The article uses the Supreme Court’s health care decision in 2012 to evaluate what influences assessments of the Court’s […]