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Andrew Strasberg wins Pi Sigma Alpha Best Undergraduate Paper Award

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Andrew Strasberg's paper, "Who Tweets Populism When?", was chosen as the winner of the Pi Sigma Alpha Best Undergraduate Paper Award.

Schnakenberg and Wayne published in APSR for "Anger and Political Conflict Dynamics"

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Congratulations to Keith Schnakenberg and Carly Wayne for being published in the American Political Science Review for “Anger and Political Conflict Dynamics."

Carter's "Border Barriers and Illicit Trade Flows" accepted at International Studies Quarterly

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Congratulations to David Carter, whose paper "Border Barriers and Illicit Trade Flows" has been accepted at International Studies Quarterly.

TRIADS Training Series demystifies data science tools for WashU students, staff, and faculty

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Jacob Montgomery co-authors with Messi H. J. Lee and Calvin Lai in PNAS Nexus

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Messi H. J. Lee, Jacob Montgomery, and Calvin Lai have published their latest research in PNAS Nexus: "America's Racial Framework of Superiority and Americanness Embedded in Natural Language."

Gibson published in the American Journal of Political Science for "Losing Legitimacy"

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Professor James Gibson's new article, "Losing legitimacy: The Challenges of the Dobbs Ruling to Conventional Legitimacy Theory" has been published in the American Journal of Political Science.

Carter wins American Library Association Award

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David Carter's Historical Dictionary of Modern Coups d'Etat wins Best Historical Materials award from the American Library Association.

3 key takeaways from the Bela Kornitzer Research Symposium

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WashU faculty, staff, and supporters gathered on Jan. 16 for an afternoon of cutting-edge political science research celebrating the legacy of Bela Kornitzer, an acclaimed political journalist, author, and historian.

Margit Tavits in APSR: Fixed Effects and Post-Treatment Bias in Legacy Studies

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In Memoriam: John Drummond Sprague

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We are sad to announce the passing of John Drummond Sprague, beloved husband,  father, grandfather, esteemed professor, and mentor.

Margit Tavits's Upcoming Book: "Counter-Stereotypes and Attitudes Toward Gender and LGBTQ Equality"

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Professor Margit Tavits and Jae-Hee Jung have a book forthcoming titled “Counter-Stereotypes and Attitudes Toward Gender and LGBTQ Equality.”

New study probes how emotions influence public attitudes on counterterrorism

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Assistant professor of political science Carly Wayne discusses the role anger plays in public attitudes about counterterrorism.