UCD graduate student Jill Laufer will be presenting her research on "Youth Political Participation, Advocacy, and Gun Issues" as part of the Political Science Research Workshop. Date: Friday, March 3, 2023 from 9:00-10:00 in Kerr Hall Room 693.
Graduate Student Jonathan Colner has written an essay for New America based on his research on ranked choice voting. You can read the article "The Short-Term Impact of Ranked-Choice Voting on Candidate Entry and Descriptive Representation" here.
UCD graduate student Mieke Miner will be presenting her research on "Strategic Disruptions: The Subnational Targeting of Internet Shutdowns in India" as part of the Political Science Research Workshop. Date: Tuesday, February 14, 2023 from 12:00pm - 1:00pm in Kerr Hall Room 693.
Professor Jim Adams and graduate student Dave Bracken have co-authored an article in the American Political Science Review with four other scholars on "How Women MPs Can Ameliorate Affective Polarizatio
Graduate Student Jonathan Collner will be giving a talk this week as part of our Political Science Research Workshop (PSRW) on "Ranked Choice Voting’s Impact on Candidate Entry and Descriptive Representation." Date: Tuesday, February 7, 2023 from 12:00pm - 1:00pm in Kerr Hall Room 693.
Professors Kinne and Maoz have an article on "How Structural Imbalance in Domestic Political Networks Affects International Relations" in the most recent issue of the Journal of Politics. "We introduce generalizable metrics of structural imbalance and foreign-relations shifts.
Sharif Amlani, Spencer Kiesel, and Ross Butters have published their article on "Polarization in COVID-19 Vaccine Discussion Networks" in American Politics Research. They analyze "how the social networks we inhabit might explain persistent vaccine hesitancy." Nicely done!