Political Science Undergraduate Micah Presley explores personalization of power and democratic backsliding in Brazil February 18, 2021 Click the link above to read the full article.
What Just Happened? Insurrection, Impeachment, Inauguration January 25, 2021 The UA Political Science department hosted a webinar discussing the political events following the 2020 election. Click the link above to view the full recording of the webinar.
Touring Exotic Lands Waleed Hazbun (University of Alabama) Global Middle East: Into the Twenty-First Century, edited by by Asef Bayat and Linda Herrera (University of California Press, 2021), pp. 225-239. Abstract: The Middle East and North Africa has long attracted global visitors to its pilgrimage locations, sunny beaches, ancient ruins, and cultural heritage sites. More
Professor Hawley Discusses Right-Wing Extremism and the Capitol Insurrection on the Science of Politics Podcast Click the link above to read the full article.
Political Science Will Discuss the Events of January 2021 What Just Happened? Insurrection, Impeachment, Inauguration (PDF) Click the link above for more information on this event.
Professor Smith on Claims of Election Fraud Click the link above to read the full article.
Political Science major Barbara Yerkes traces the history of clean elections in the United States. Click the link above to read the full article.
Professor Daniel Levine on Discussing Contentious Political Topics in a Remote Learning Environment Click the link above to be taken to the article.
The Politics of Teaching International Relations in the Arab World: Reading Walt in Beirut, Wendt in Doha, and Abul-Fadl in Cairo Dr. Waleed Hazbun (University of Alabama) Journal Article in International Studies Perspectives, December 17, 2020 Abstract: Can International Relations (IR) as it is taught in the Arab world be said to be an “American social
The Affordable Care Act and the Diffusion of Policy Feedback: The Case of Medicaid Work Requirements Dr. Richard Fording (University of Alabama) and Dr. Dana Patton (University of Alabama) Journal Article in RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences 6(2): 131-153 Abstract: Over the last five years, many states have sought to limit