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Politics in London Program Info Session

Interested in studying abroad over the summer and exploring differing perspectives on international government and policies?

Consider attending an information session on Wednesday, November 14 from 3:30-4:30 pm in Condon 201, to learn about a summer study abroad program lead by Political Science Professor Priscilla Southwell.

Can’t attend this event? Here’s some more information:

The “Politics in London” program will run from July 29-August 23, 2019, with several excursions in London. The priority deadline to apply to this program is February 15th, 2019 & the final ...

Just how wrong is the Brexiteer view of an anti-market EU?

Professor of political science Craig Parsons & recent UO PhD graduate Benedikt Springer co-authored an article in the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) Brexit blog regarding Brexiteers characterizations of the European Union.

Just how wrong is the Brexiteer view of an anti-market EU? Ask Canada or Australia

Brexiteers have frequently characterized the EU as a regulatory nightmare that impedes Britain’s traditional commitment to global openness and free trade. Well-informed observers generally know this is implausible—the EU is built around deep “single


Congratulations to Political Science Alumnus Forrest A. Nabors: Recipient of the American Political Thought Book Award

The Department of Political Science is pleased to announce that Political Science alumnus Forrest A. Nabors recently received the American Political Thought Book Award for Best Book 2017 from the American Political Science Association for his book From Oligarchy to Republicanism: The Great Task of Reconstruction (University of Missouri Press, 2017). 


In this book, Forrest A. Nabors sets out to show that congressional Republicans regarded the work of Reconstruction in the same way they regarded the work of the Founders: as regime change, from monarchy in the one case and from


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