Congratulations to Professor Amaney Jamal, who has been named the new dean of Princeton's School of Public and International Affairs. Professor Jamal is completing her ninth year as director of the Bobst Center. To read the full story, please...
Deborah Yashar, along with Diana Kapiszewski (Georgetown University) and Steve Levitsky (Harvard University), released an edited volume, The Inclusionary Turn in Latin American Democracies.
The Bobst-AUB Collaborative Initiative is pleased to announce a “Call for Research Collaborations” between faculty members at the American University of Beirut and Princeton University.
Congratulations to Steve Monroe, who won the APSA MENA Politics Award for Best Dissertation, and Chantal Berman, who received an honorable mention. Both Steve and Chantal were active WAPD graduate students having presented their research at several seminar.
Rima Majed, Assistant Professor of Sociology at the American University of Beirut, has authored an opinion piece for CNN. Professor Majed presents the unique perspective as someone who survived the explosion that took place on August 4. To view her article, please...
Daniel Tavana, PhD candidate in Politics, has accepted an invitation to Yale University as a Postdoctoral Fellow in Modern Middle East Studies at the Council on Middle East Studies (CMES). Congratulations to Dan, who will serve this appointment for the upcoming 2020-2021 year!
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.