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Name CV Dissertation Title Dissertation Committee Field
Yasser El-Shimy CV Unveiling the Gun: Why Potentially Hegemonic Parties Drive Praetorian Armies to Rule, the Case of Egypt (2011-2013) Houchang Chehabi, Augustus Richard Norton, Tarek Masoud, Cathie Jo Martin Comparative Politics/Middle East Politics and International Relations
Matthew Maguire CV Governance Beyond Governments: The Regulation of Corporate Social Responsibility Through Non-Financial Reporting Graham K. Wilson, Dino P. Christenson, Vivien Ann Schmidt, John Gerring Comparative Politics
Brian Smith CV Friends, Natives, and Republicans: Three Essays on John Locke and the Natural Law James Schmidt, Judith Swanson, Aaron Garrett, Gregory Fried, Rosella Cappella Political Theory
Eniola Anuoluwapo Soyemi CV Law’s Moral Legitimacy and the Significance of Participation Judith Swanson, Timothy Longman, Taylor Boas, Neta Crawford Political Theory, Legal Philosophy, African Studies
Dennis Sullivan CV Uncivil Wars: Does Kantian Adaptive  Networks Theory
Provide Significant Indication and Warning of Intra-State
Conflict?
Michael Corgan, John Gerring, Kaija Schilde, Eduard Bustin, David Deese International Relations, Comparative Politics, and Security Studies
Ahmet Tekelioglu CV Negotiations of National and Transnational Belonging among American Muslims: Community, Identity, and Polity Robert W. Hefner, Sofia Perez, Vivien Schmidt, Muchat Bilici Islam in America, Comparative Politics, International Relations, Religion and Politics, Race and Ethnicity
Aberra Tesfay CV The Extent and Impacts of Decentralization Reforms in Ethiopia Timothy Longman, Eduard Boustin, James C. McCann, Graham Wilson, Michael Woldemariam International Relations and Comparative Politics
Yurim Yi CV Confrontation and Engagement in Relations Between the DPRK and the United States, 1991-2011 Walter Clemens Jr., Thomas U. Berger, David Mayers, and Michael Corgan International Relations and Comparative Politics (Conflict Resolution; Negotiation; U.S. Foreign Policy; East Asian Politics)