Announcing our fourth cohort of Dissertation Fellows in the Social Science Division
Lloyd and Susanne Rudolph Awards supports MA and PhD students conducting short-term research abroad.
Monika Nalepa in Constitutional Political Economy wrote that sparing the judiciary in some Eastern European countries from lustration & decommunization provoked their populists and paved the way for authoritarian backsliding.
Kimberly Kay Hoang wrote in Gender & Society about how homoerotic relations facilitate the flow of global capital into risky market economies and provides a framework for assessing the "co-constitution of gender and global capital."
Benjamin Lessing in Perspectives in Politics conceptualizes criminal governance, defining the difference between "charismatic vs. rational-bureaucratic forms" & further exploring how criminal governance intersects with state power.
Paul Staniland in Comparitive Politics compares leftist insurgent revolutions in autocracies with those in democracies using examples from Asia
Angela S. García wrote about the effect of local laws on undocumented Mexicans' political engagement in Social Forces.