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Department News

Assistant Professor Sebnem Gumuscu and her colleague Berk Esen have published “Why did Turkish democracy collapse? A political economy account of AKP’s authoritarianism” in Party Politics.

Associate Professor Keegan Callanan has been selected as the John and Daria Barry Foundation Visiting Fellow with the James Madison Program on American Ideals and Institutions at Princeton during the 2020-21 academic year.

Political Science Department grad Hasher Nisar ‘16.5 and Charles A. Dana Professor Erik Bleich have published “Group status, geographic location, and the tone of media coverage: Jews and Muslims in New York Times and Guardian Headlines, 1985–2014” in Comparative Migration Studies.

Assistant Professor Orion Lewis and his colleague Deyong Ma have published “Personality, media choice and political ideology: explaining ideological pluralism in China” in Democratization.

Political Science Department grad Neha Sharma ‘19 and Charles A. Dana Professor Erik Bleich have published “Freedom of Expression, Public Morals, and Sexually Explicit Speech in the European Court of Human Rights” in Constitutional Studies.

 Assistant Professor Sebnem Gumuscu and her colleague Berk Esen have published “Killing Competitive Authoritarianism Softly: The 2019 Local Elections in Turkey” in South European Society and Politics.

Russell J. Leng ’60 Professor Allison Stanger has published Whistleblowers: Honesty in America from Washington to Trump with Yale University Press.

Associate Professor Keegan Callanan has been appointed to the National Council of the Humanities.

Charles A. Dana Professor Erik Bleich has been elected to the Council of the American Political Science Association.

Associate Professor Jessica Teets and Assistant Professor Orion Lewis have published “The Innovative Personality? Policymaking and Experimentation in an Authoritarian Bureaucracy” in Public Administration and Development.

Associate Professor Amy Yuens article “Negotiating Peacekeeping Consent: Information and Peace Outcomes” has been published in the Journal of Peace Research.

Professor Bert Johnson has been awarded a fellowship from the Marion and Jasper Whiting Foundation for his 2019-20 leave year project titled U.S. State Politics in Transition.

Associate Professor Sarah Stroup and her co-author Wendy Wong have been awarded the ARNOVA Outstanding Book award for their 2017 book The Authority Trap.