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.
Congratulations to Professor Rory Truex and Princeton Politics doctoral student, Daniel Tavana, for their recent publication in the esteemed Journal of Politics.
The Mamdouha S. Bobst Center for Peace and Justice at Princeton University, under the auspices of the Department of Politics and in collaboration with the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, invites applications for two postdoctoral or more senior research positions for the 2019-2020 academic year.
Congratulations to Killian Clarke, Comparative Politics PhD candidate, for his forthcoming article in Perspectives on Politics. Entitled When Do the Dispossessed Protest?
Congratulations to Michael Hoffman for winning the 2018 Best Dissertation Award from the APSA Politics and Religion Section for his dissertation entitled Communal Religion, Sectarian Interests and Democracy. Michael received his PhD in Politics from Princeton University in 2016 and currently...
Carissa Tudor, PhD candidate in Politics, has been awarded the NSF Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant for the Law and Social Sciences Program. Additionally, she received the Georges Lurcy Fellowship, an external fellowship which will provide stipend support for her 2018-2019 academic year...
October 22, 2018 by close of business day – grant proposals are due to the Mamdouha S.
Elizabeth R. Nugent, Princeton Politics PhD, has been given APSA’s Comparative Democratization Best Paper Award(Paper based on Dissertation).