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William Barr thinks China is stealing American technology. Can the U.S. halt the exchange of knowledge?

Assistant Professor Yeling Tan wrote an article in The Washington Post’s Monkey Cage blog. The article, co-written with Peter A. Hall, professor of government at Harvard University, discusses the multifaceted U.S.-China technology relationship. To read the article, visit: ...

Right-Wing Racism: Interview with Professor Lowndes & Hosang

UO Political Science Professor Joseph Lowndes and Yale Professor Daniel Hosang were recently interviewed for The Dig. Their podcast interview discusses right wing racism and their new book “Producers, Parasites, Patriots: Race and the New Right-Wing Politics of Precarity”. To listen to the ...

Hendrix Publishes International Collaboration

Associate Professor of Political Science Burke Hendrix has co-written a paper that was recently published in the Australian Journal of Public Administration. In the summer of 2016, departmental funding allowed Associate Professor Burke Hendrix to travel to Australia for a month-long research trip, ...

The U.S.-China technology relationship in flux

Assistant Professor Yeling Tan recently spoke on a panel at The Brookings Institution in Washington, DC on the US-China technology relationship in flux. To view the panel discussion visit: https://www.brookings.edu/events/the-u-s-china-technology-relationship-in-flux/ Yeling Tan is an Assistant ...

Antimonopoly and the Democrats

Professor of political science Gerald Berk wrote an article in Dissent Magazine regarding the resurgence of antimonopoly politics in the Democratic Party. Democrats are waking up to the realities of economic power. Less than a decade ago, the subject was taboo. Even with the economy in ruins, ...

Lowndes & HoSang Discuss New Book

Tune in to WOLDCNews.com today from 12:00-1:00 pm to hear Political Science Professor Joseph Lowndes and Professor Dan Hosang talk about their recently launched book “Producers, Parasites, Patriots” with Barbara Arnwine on her show ‘Igniting Change’. To hear a live stream of ...

Political Science Scholarships Available

Did you know the Department of Political Science offers THREE scholarships every year?! Neil D. Blackman Scholarship Alanson H. Kleinsorge Political Science Scholarship Michael & Libby McCaslin Scholarship Find information, the online application, and reference request materials at: ...

Professor Lowndes – Tykeson Teaching Award

The College of Arts and Sciences honors the exceptional teaching of Associate Professor Joe Lowndes. On January 23, 2019, members of CAS and Political Science surprised Lowndes and his students by dropping into his class to present him with the Tykeson Teaching Award. The award recognizes ...

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 ...

Applications Open for the Wayne Morse Scholars Program

The Wayne Morse Scholars program is designed to bring together UO students from across majors who share an interest in public affairs, policy, justice, and leadership.  Students in the program have the opportunity to pursue big questions about democracy and citizenship, develop specific leadership ...
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