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Civil Wars in Lebanon and Syria – Michael Gasper

Dr. Gasper will give a guest lecture on “Civil Wars in Lebanon and Syria” in Dr. Hazbun’s PSC 449 International Relations in the Middle East class, Tuesday October 11, 11 am to 12:15 pm in TH 113.      Michael Gasper is Associate Professor of History at Occidental College in Los Angeles California. He is author of “The

Dr. Ted Miller “Friendly Sovereignty: Historical Perspectives on Carl Schmitt’s Neglected Exception”

Friendly Sovereignty: Historical Perspectives on Carl Schmitt’s Neglected Exception Dr. Ted Miller (University of Alabama) Book releasing on Sept 20, 2022 Abstract: Over the last one hundred years, the term “sovereignty” has come to be associated with the capacity of leaders to declare emergencies and to unleash harmful and often violent powers. Friendly Sovereignty explores

Dr. Daniel Levine “‘He Knew of a Surety’: Realism, Zionist National-Security Discourse, and the Absent Sublime” Journal Article

“He Knew of a Surety”: Realism, Zionist National-Security Discourse, and the Absent Sublime Dr. Daniel Levine (University of Alabama) Journal Article in Global Studies Quarterly, Vol 2, Issue 3. Abstract: Drawing on close readings of an understudied Hebrew-language archive—the journal Ma’arakhot—this article examines the emergence of a new political and technical vernacular for the “doing” of national

Dr. Sungho Park, et al., “Understanding Municipal Fiscal Health: A Model for Local Governments in the USA”

Understanding Municipal Fiscal Health: A Model for Local Governments in the USA Dr. Sungho Park (University of Alabama), et al. Routledge, 5 February 2023 Abstract: Understanding Municipal Fiscal Health provides an in-depth assessment of the fiscal health of cities throughout the USA. The book examines the tools currently available to cities for designing a revenue

Dr. Hyunjung Ji, et al., DOE’s Inclusive Energy Prize

DOE’s Inclusive Energy Prize Dr. Hyunjung Ji (University of Alabama), et al. Abstract: In this project, we will educate and train Alabama students about clean energy practices and career opportunities. For our initiative, we will rely on a cross-sector collaboration including Energy Alabama (nonprofit organization), researchers (University of Alabama faculty across various disciplines), Alabama Industrial

Dr. Hyunjung Ji, et al., “Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management” Journal Article

Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management Dr. Hyunjung Ji (University of Alabama), et al.  Do ESG Reporting Guidelines and Verifications Enhance Firms’ Information Disclosure?, 17 March 2022 Abstract: Environment, social, and governance (ESG) reporting guidelines are institutional rules that can enhance the credibility of firms’ publicly disclosed information related to ESG. Reporting is often voluntary

Dr. Hyunjung Ji, et al., “Racial/Ethnic Disparities In Healthcare Resource Access and Drug Use During a Pandemic” Journal Article

Racial/Ethnic Disparities In Healthcare Resource Access and Drug Use During a Pandemic Dr. Hyunjung Ji (University of Alabama), et al. Journal Article in PLOS ONE, 30 June 2022 Abstract: The COVID-19 pandemic influenced individuals’ anxiety and depression across the United States over a short period, and some Americans relied on drugs for coping. This study examines

Dr. Daniel Levine Roundtable on Brent Steele’s “Restraint in International Politics”

Roundtable on Brent Steele’s “Restraint in International Politics” Dr. Daniel Levine (University of Alabama), Lina Benabdallah, Benjamin H. Friedman, and Maria Mälksoo H-Diplo | ISSF Roundtable 13-12, 2 August 2022 Abstract: Scholarly roundtable on Brent Steele’s monograph ‘Restrain in International Politics’ (Cambridge, 2020), introduced by myself; with contributions by Lina Benabdallah (Wake Forest), Benjamin H. Friedman,

Dr. Waleed Hazbun “International Relations and Regional (In)security” Contribution to Edited Volume

International Relations and Regional (In)security Dr. Waleed Hazbun (University of Alabama), May Darwich, F. Gregory Gause, Curtis Ryan, and Morten Valbjørn The Political Science of the Middle East: Theory and Research Since the Arab Uprisings. The Political Science of the Middle East: Theory and Research Since the Arab Uprisings, edited by Marc Lynch, Jillian Schwedler,