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Combating Climate Change with Law: Craig Kauffman Interviewed in 1859 Magazine

Craig Kauffman, assistant professor of political science, has been interviewed in 1859 Magazine about climate change, rights of nature, and the interaction between humans and the environment within the legal arena. Consider reading the article today!

“Combating Climate Change with

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PS Alum in the News: Jim Cupples and RunForOffice.org

UO alum and Political Science graduate, Jim Cupples, has been spotted in a number of news articles this past week in regards to a new online resource designed to assist people in identifying available public positions and how to participate: RunForOffice.org. Read from the articles below to learn ...

Political Science Professors Spotted in the News!

UO’s own associate professors of political science, Joseph Lowndes and Dan HoSanghave been spotted in the News!

 “Planned Parenthood Weighs Its Future”

Professor Dan HoSang was interviewed on KEZI in regards to the legislative components of the defunding process and the ...

How Trump Will Roll Back Obama’s Progress on Gay Rights: Alison Gash Writes for the Washington Monthly!

Associate professor of political science, Alison Gash, has written an article in the Washington Monthly regarding the future of federal support for LGBTQ individuals and families after significant strides in gay rights history during the Obama Administration. Follow the link to read the full ...

Hundreds March in Honor of MLK: Professor Jane Cramer in The Daily Emerald!

Hundreds walked in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. with the Eugene-Springfield NAACP’s 30th annual MLK Community March this past Monday – including PS Associate Professor Jane Cramer!

“Hundreds March in Honor of MLK”

“When young people get out and march…they ...

Vietnam’s Communist Revolution: Professor Tuong Vu Publishes His New Book!

The Department of Political Science is excited to announce the publication of Professor Tuong Vu’s new book  Congratulations Professor Vu – follow the link below to learn more! Vietnam’s Communist Revolution: The Power and Limits of Ideology” OverviewBy ...

Trump, Twitter and the Authoritarian Presidency: Professor Lowndes in the Huffington Post!

The Political Science department’s own Professor Joe Lowndes has written an article for the Huffington Post comparing the use of media between the Trump campaign and the Nixon administration. Follow the link below to read the article in full!

“Trump, Twitter and the Authoritarian

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Populism v. Nationalism: OPB’s ‘Think Out Loud’ featuring Professor Daniel Tichenor

Professor of Political Science, Dan Tichenor, has participated in OPB’s Think Out Loud radio program, “Populism v Nationalism”. Follow the link below and listen to the talk in full!

“Populism v. Nationalism”

Populism is a term that is thrown around often, but what ...

Associate Professor Joe Lowndes Has Been Quoted on Fusion Network!

UO’s own Associate Professor of Political Science, Joe Lowndes, has been quoted in an article on Fusion Network in regards to the aftermath of the 2016 presidential election! “So What Happens Now That Their Man Is In The White House?” Professor Lowndes discusses the possible ...

The Conversation We Are Not Having: Professor Alison Gash Writes for the Washington Monthly!

Alison Gash, Associate Professor of Political Science, has written an article in the Washington Monthly regarding the type of attention sexual violence has attracted during the 2016 election. The Conversation We’re Not Having About Rape” Professor Gash comments on one of ...
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