The range of faculty research reflects the extraordinary diversity of the field of political science. In American politics, the faculty have achieved national recognition for research on agenda setting, policy processes, participation, public law, media and political communications, race and ethnic politics. The comparative politics faculty specialize in topics such as labor-management relations, political party formation and behavior, regional integration, judicial institutions and religion. The international relations group has established two clusters of strength: international political economy and international security. The political theory faculty have primary strengths in feminist theory, American political thought, critical theory, critical race theory, democratic theory, and theories of human rights.
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Global Burden of Disease Long COVID Collaborators [including Christopher Adolph, Bree Bang-Jensen, Nancy Fullman,Grace Reinke, Rachel Castellano, Megan Erickson, Carolyn Dapper, and Rebecca Walcott]. 2022. "Estimated Global Proportions of Individuals With Persistent Fatigue, Cognitive, and Respiratory Symptom Clusters Following Symptomatic COVID-19 in 2020 and 2021." JAMA.
Yoshito Kawakatsu, Christopher Adolph, Jonathan Mosser, Peter Baffoe, Fatima Cheshi, Hirotsugu Aiga, David Watkins, and Kenneth Sherr. 2022. "Factors Consistently Associated with Utilization of Essential Maternal and Child Health Services in Nigeria: Analysis of Five Nigerian National Household Surveys (2003 to 2018)." BMJ Open. 12: e061747.
Pierobon, Chiara, Mihr, A., Sorbello, P., and Weiffen, B. “Ending Gender-Based Violence in Kyrgyzstan: Reflections on the Spotlight Initiative” [with Aliia Maralbaeva], Securitization and Democracy in Eurasia. Transformation and Development in the OSCE Region, Springer Nature Open Access, 2022 [forthcoming]