PhD student, Mehmet Hecan, recently published a paper in Democratization journal, titled “The coercive power and democratic transition in the post-uprising Middle East and North Africa”. Abstract: Time has shown that attempts to transition to democracy in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) following the Arab Uprisings were no minor feat. In their experiments […]
PhD student, Sahar Nowrouzzadeh, recently published a paper coauthored with former U.S. Deputy Secretary of Energy Daniel Poneman entitled “The Deal That Got Away: The 2009 Nuclear Fuel Swap with Iran”. The abstract is below, and the link to the full paper can be found here. Abstract In October 2009, an opportunity arose to break […]
Former Ph.D. student, Eniola Anuoluwapo Soyemi, recently published an op-ed in the New York Times entitled “We Dared to Assemble. For That We Were Killed”.
PO graduate student Miguel Fernandez Plaza has published an e-book on the upcoming U.S. election entitled Rumbo a la Casa Blanca! Find it here.
Professor Steven Rosenzweig recently published an op-ed in the Boston Globe with Professor Robert Blair (Brown University), entitled “Get Ready to Protest Like Democracy Depends on It”.
Professor Neta C. Crawford recently published an op-ed in The Hill with Professor Thomas G. Weiss (Graduate Center, CUNY), entitled “Keep Calm and Carry On with the 2020 Election”.
Graduate student Mehmet Hecan’s article titled “Democratisation in ambiguous environments: positive prospects for democracy in the MENA region after the Arab Spring” was recently published in Third World Quarterly.
Graduate Student Sahar Nowrouzzadeh’s work in a co-authored book chapter was recently published by Brookings Press in “Re-Engaging the Middle East: A New Vision for U.S. Policy”.
Professor Lida Maxwell has earned honorable mention for the APSA Easton Award for her book Insurgent Truth: Chelsea Manning and the Politics of Outsider Truth-Telling. And she has also won the Contemporary Political Theory Annual Prize for 2020 for her article, “The politics and gender of truth-telling in Foucault’s lectures on parrhesia,” in Contemporary Political […]
Graduate student Gizem Kaftan has published an article in the Journal of International Women’s Studies titled “The Turkish Women’s Movement in Abeyance”. Here is an abstract from the paper: The Turkish women’s movement started during the Ottoman era, and it is still in process in the newly established Turkish Republic. This paper examined the Turkish […]