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PhD Candidate Matthew Isaacs Reflects on his Time Studying Religion and Conflict at Brandeis

Jill Greenlee writes chapter for Gender and Political Psychology, an edited volume published by Routledge

The Crown Center Publishes a New Edited Volume by Eva Bellin and Heidi Lane

Paul Herron (Ph.D. ’14) secures tenure-track job at Providence College

Defeating ISIL, a Talk by Colin Kahl

Jeffrey Lenowitz Publishes in the American Political Science Review

Artwork by Marty Levin Displayed in Usdan

Jytte Klausen quoted in New York Times on the Terror Threat in Europe

Politics Department Statement on the Ford Hall 2015 Movement

Jytte Klausen Publishes in Special Issue of Social Science Quarterly

Jytte Klausen Publishes in Studies in Conflict & Terrorism

PhD Candidate Matthew Isaacs' article accepted to the Journal of Peace Research

Jill Greenlee offers insight to the question "Can motherhood help Hillary Clinton win the presidency" in Washington Post blog

PhD Candidate Victoria McGroary on Instability in Northern Ireland

Paul Herron Signs Book Contract

PhD Candidate Victoria McGroary Presents Paper at APSA Annual Meeting

Steve Burg Publishes in Nationalism and Ethnic Politics

PhD Candidate Adam Smith Appointed Lecturer at Suffolk University

PhD Candidate Mathew Isaacs Discusses Religion and Ethnic Rebellion

Kerry Chase Awarded Provost's Innovations in Research Award

Kerry Chase Awarded Provost's Innovations in Teaching Grant

Ryan LaRochelle wins prestigious Robert C. Wood Prize

Jytte Klausen writes on Charlie Hebdo shooting in Foreign Affairs and Time Magazine

Crown Center panel covers major topics in Middle East

Shai Feldman publishes in Middle East Brief

Shai Feldman publishes in The National Interest

Jill Greenlee discusses her new book with MSNBC's Melissa Harris-Perry

Shai Feldman publishes in World Politics Review

Danielle Higgins (MA '14) publishes on Huffington Post

Jill Greenlee publishes The Political Consequences of Motherhood

Shai Feldman publishes in The National Interest

Ehud Eiran (Ph.D. '10) publishes on The Monkey Cage

Matthew Isaacs (Ph.D. candidate) publishes on Political Violence at a Glance

Recent Ph.D. placements

Karim Elkady (Ph.D. candidate) receives Truman Library research grant

Shai Feldman publishes in The National Interest

Eva Bellin's research on Arab Spring cited in The Boston Globe

Adam Smith (Ph.D. candidate) receives Outstanding Teaching Fellow award

Danielle Gewurz (B.A. '11) to pursue MS in Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon

Hailey Magee (B.A. '15) accepted to NEW Leadership New England summer program

Funding Opportunities from the Research Circle on Democracy and Cultural Pluralism

Shai Feldman publishes in Middle East Brief

Jeffrey G. Karam (Ph.D. candidate) accepted to Summer Institute at Elliott School of International Affairs

Experts say Ukraine must bond with West

Learn the Secret of Trump's Success

Melissa Schwartzberg, New York University, gives public lecture, "Supermajority Rule and Democracy."

Recent Ph.D. placements

Jun. 30, 2014

Jacqueline L. Hazelton (Ph.D. '11) has recently accepted a two year position as Assistant Professor, in the Department of Strategy and Policy, at the U.S. Naval War College in Newport, RI. 

Jonathan Snow (Ph.D. '13) will be starting a two year Visiting Assistant Professorship in International Relations at Roanoke College in Salem, VA.

Leanna Barlow (Ph.D. '14) has accepted a position as Senior SomerStat Analyst in the office of Mayor Joseph Curtatone, City of Somerville, MA. 

Paul Herron (Ph.D. candidate) will be a Visiting Professor and Pre-Law Advisor at Clark University in Worcester, MA. Paul's article on slavery and state constitutional development is forthcoming in the Journal of Policy History.

Sarah Feuer (Ph.D. candidate) has been named the Soref Fellow for 2014-15 by the Washington Institute for Near East Policy in Washington, DC.