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Books-In-Print: Professor Kauffman Talks About His New Book!

Consider attending the OHC’s Books-In-Print: Faculty Author Series, featuring PS assistant professor, Craig Kauffmanabout his new book at Noon on Friday, April 28 in the OHC Conference Room, PLC 159!

Grassroots Global Governance: Local Watershed Management Experiments and the Evolution of Sustainable Development

Book Description: When international agreements fail to solve global problems, like climate change, transnational networks attempt to address them by applying global best practices, like Integrated Watershed Management, locally around the


Political Upheaval, By Design: Joseph Lowndes Interviews on NPR

UO’s own associate professor of political science, Joe Lowndes, has been interviewed on NPR in regards to the book, “The Fourth Turning”, by Niel Howe, and its influence on the Trump administration.

Political Upheaval, By Design

In this interview, Professor Lowndes discusses the appeals and pitfalls surrounding theories of cyclical patterns in history. Follow the link above to listen to the full interview!

Joseph Lowndes is an Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Oregon and Oregon expert in race, conservatism, social movements and


UO Libraries’ Undergraduate Research Awards: Congratulations to PS senior, Michael McIntosh!

Congratulations to political science major Michael McIntosh, who is one of 5 students to be awarded the Undergraduate Research Award, which recognizes exemplary efforts in research, writing, and use of library resources!

Michael’s winning case study, International Agreement Effectiveness: A Case Study using the 1985 Pacific Salmon Treaty, was created under the faculty supervision of UO’s own professor of political science, Ron Mitchell, whose research interests include environmental politics and international relations.

The UO Libraries Undergraduate Research Awards reward


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