Congratulations to Regine Spector, whose book, Order at the Bazaar (Cornell University Press, 2017) has been awarded honorable mention for the Ed A. Hewett Prize for best book on the topic of political economy in Russia, Eurasia and Eastern Europe (given by the Advancement for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies)
Robert R. Darrow, a doctoral student in political science, comments in a news story about anti-wind farm activists in Europe and why the developing wind energy sector the U.S. could begin to see similar opposition.
Rebel Propaganda, Human Rights, Gender and Racial Bias, Constitution-making, Women’s Health and Police Accountability! These are some of the themes in the Flash Research Presentations Event on 31 October, 11am-1pm @ Thompson 420.
Paul Musgrave, political science, comments in a news story about the possible implications of reports published by Bloomberg that Chinese hackers have planted malicious computer chips in electronic equipment used by top U.S. technology companies.
Jane Fountain, distinguished professor of public policy and political science, has been invited by the League of Arab States to join an advisory group on the development of a digital economy in Arab nations.
Paul M. Collins, political science and director of legal studies, is co-author of an essay in The Conversation on how during confirmation hearings for Supreme Court justices, interruptions by senators and the nominees have increased since the 1980s.