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Prof. Aseem Prakash on Forbes, "Should the Judiciary Be Making US Climate Policy?" Jun 25, 2019
Prof. Anthony Gill on the AEIR site, "Should Hikers Pay for Their Own Rescue?" Jun 6, 2019
Prof. Prakash and polisci major Sarah Tucker on Forbes: "Are Climate Action Supporters Avoiding the Green New Deal Label?" May 29, 2019
Prof. Scott Lemieux on City&State New York, "New York will get Trump’s tax returns" May 24, 2019
Pol S 403/JSIS 478: NGO Politics, Summer Quarter 2019 May 13, 2019
Pol S 351: The American Democracy, Summer Quarter 2019 May 13, 2019
Pol S 382: State and Local Government, Summer Quarter B-Term May 13, 2019
Prof. Aseem Prakash on Forbes, "Are India's Political Parties Ignoring Climate Change?" Apr 30, 2019
Prof. Margaret Levi Named Recipient of the Johan Skytte Prize in Political Science Mar 28, 2019
Pi Sigma Alpha members wearing logo sweatshirts Support Pi Sigma Alpha! Mar 26, 2019
Scott Lemieux on the NBCNews Think site, "Democratic wins in 2020 won't change much if Mitch McConnell saves the filibuster " Mar 25, 2019
Profs. Aseem Prakash and Nives Dolšak on Forbes web site, "Can The Socialism Label Hurt The Green New Deal?" Mar 25, 2019
Letter from the Chair, Spring 2019 Mar 25, 2019
Ph.D Candidate Mathieu Dubeau on Taylor-Francis Online, "Reclaiming Species-Being: Toward an Interspecies Historical Materialism" Mar 21, 2019
Nives Dolšak and Aseem Prakash Partners in Public Scholarship Mar 18, 2019
"Tipping Points" Poster, by Tony Gill Tony Gill on Tipping Mar 18, 2019
The Daily reports on Guest Speaker Prof. Douglas L. Kriner, “Legislative-Executive Relations in the Age of Trump” Mar 1, 2019
mask kid Prof. Aseem Prakash in the High Country News, "What killed Washington’s carbon tax?" Jan 23, 2019
Prof. Aseem Prakash on KUOW Radio's The Record, "Should politicians lead with climate?" Jan 18, 2019
John Wilkerson, Department Chair Letter from the Chair Jan 9, 2019
Caitlin Ainsley, Assistant Professor Faculty Profile: Assistant Professor Caitlin Ainsley Jan 9, 2019
Prof. Aseem Prakash on The Hill news site, "Can the climate movement survive populism? Lessons from 'yellow vest' protests" Dec 12, 2018
Prof. Christopher S. Parker in the Review Symposium, "A Discussion of Steven Levitsky and Daniel Ziblatt’s How Democracies Die" Dec 6, 2018
Prof. Christopher Parker on the Washington Post's Monkey Cage blog, "Which motivates independents to get politically involved: Pocketbook issues or fear that Trump is hurting democracy?" Nov 27, 2018
Prof. Aseem Prakash on The Hill web site, "Read my lips: No new (carbon) tax" Nov 14, 2018

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