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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 ...

Justice Kennedy’s LGBTQ legacy may be short-lived

Associate professor of political science, Alison Gash, has written an article in The Conversation regarding the future of LGBTQ rights following the departure of Justice Kennedy from the US Supreme Court. Read the full article ...

Interactive Dialogue of the UN General Assembly on Harmony with Nature

The UN General Assembly will be broadcasting its eighth Interactive Dialogue to Commemorate Earth Day – Moderated by UO Political Science Assistant Prof. Craig Kauffman Monday April 23, 2018 7am to 3pm West Coast time Broadcast: Live and on-demand webcast coverage to be available on the UN Web TV ...

Vietnam’s aged communists ruling on borrowed time

UO Political Science professor Tuong Vu has been quoted by The Asia Times in their article Vietnam’s aged communists ruling on borrowed time: Concerns about the longevity of elderly leaders and youthful demographic change weigh heavy on the long-ruling Communist Party. Read the full article ...

Political Science Scholarships Available

Did you know the Political Science department offers THREE scholarships every year?! The deadline to apply is April 20, 2018. Check out our department scholarships for the upcoming academic year 2018-2019. Contact polisci@uoregon.edu if you have questions.

Controversies in the Making: Trump, Race, and Time

Associate Professor of Political Science, Debra Thompson delivers first lecture in the inaugural John Meisel Lecture Series in Contemporary Political Controversies at Queen’s University.     To learn more about the John Meisel Lecture Series visit: ...

Political Science welcomes new Associate Professor Debra Thompson

This fall the Department is thrilled to welcome Debra Thompson to the faculty. She is one of the world’s leading scholars of the comparative politics of race, with many publications including The Schematic State: Race, Transnationalism, and the Politics of the Census (Cambridge University ...

Why is the U.S. Still Fighting the Civil War?

UO associate professor of political science Joseph Lowndes has been quoted by The Guardian and provides a historical perspective for their story on the white nationalist movement in the U.S. following the recent events in Charlottesville, Virginia. Read the full article ...

Prof. Thompson gathers awards for her new book!

Professor Debra Thompson’s book, The Schematic State: Race, Transnationalism, and the Politics of the Census (Cambridge University Press, 2016) is being recognized with two book awards from the American Political Science Association: the best book award in race and comparative politics from the ...
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