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Political Science Professor Dan Tichenor Earns Williams Fellowship

Professor of Political Science Dan Tichenor’s exceptional work in teaching, mentoring, and classroom innovating earned him one of the UO’s top undergraduate teaching awards this year. The Williams Fellowship is awarded each year to educators who “have demonstrated an extraordinary ...

Election Story

Many of our political science students and alumni participate in local political life as part of their extra-curricular activities. During this primary election season, Malori Musselman, PhD Candidate in Political Science worked together with undergraduate Political Science major Feruza Legass on ...

The Morbid Ideology Behind the Drive to Reopen America

Associate Professor of Political Science Joseph Lowndes recently wrote an article in The New Republic on the politics of the pandemic. To read the article visit: https://newrepublic.com/article/157505/morbid-ideology-behind-drive-reopen-america Joseph Lowndes is an Associate Professor of Political ...

In the Pandemic, Every State Should Vote by Mail

Professor of Political Science Priscilla Southwell wrote an article recently in The Atlantic. The article discusses the moral urgency of voting by mail during these unprecedented times. Click on the link below to read the article: “In the Pandemic, Every State Should Vote by Mail. Voting ...

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 ...
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