Tali Mendelberg, John Work Garrett Professor of Politics at Princeton University and director of the Program on Inequality for the Bobst Center, just published an op-ed with the New York Times regarding the politics of crises and the covid-19 pandemic impact....
Congratulations to Bobst Director and Edward S. Sanford Professor of Politics, Amaney Jamal, who has been elected to the prestigious American Academy of Arts and Sciences. To see a full list of the 2020 inductees, please click here.
Congratulations to LaFleur Stephens-Dougan, Assistant Professor of Politics and Bobst Center associated faculty, who has been awarded the Russell Sage Foundation-Gates Foundation Pipeline Grant for her research project entitled, Shared Disadvantage, Shared Identity? Explaining When and Why White Americans Support Affirmative Action.
Dr. Chantal Berman (Harvard Academy for International and Area Studies) and Killian Clarke (Princeton University) prepared Research Analytical Report on Lebanon's 2019-2020 Thawra . To read the full report, follow this link: Deposing a Democracy: Lebanon's 2019-20 Thawra in Comparative...
Elizabeth Tsurkov, PhD candidate and fellow for the Foreign Policy Research Institute, has produced two articles on her observations from the field in Syria. The first article was written for the Carnegie Endowment with her coauthor, Dareen Khalifa. The article, entitled "An Unnerving Fate for the Families of Syria’s Northeast", reveals the...
Dr. Rima Majed (AUB) prepared a report on the recent Lebanon Protests. To read the full report, follow this link: Lebanon's October Revolution: Hope in the Midst of Crisis
The Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Sciences (KFAS) has announced Professor Amaney Jamal is the 2019 winner of the Kuwait Prize in the field of Economics and Social Sciences. This is an incredible honor for the Bobst Director and Edward S. Sanford Professor of Politics.
Elizabeth Tsurkov, PhD candidate, published an article on the on her research of identifying the Turkish Proxy fighters in the ongoing Syrian war. You can review her article by clicking on this link.
Professor Rafaela Dancygier, Director of the Program on Identities and Institutions, was recently awarded the Luebbert Best Book Award from APSA. Her book is entitled, Dilemmas of Inclusion. Congratulations, Professor Dancygier.