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Anthony Fontes, “The kidnappers are the police”: Criminal governance and forced migration in Central America

Anthony Fontes' new article in Political Geography maps how collective doubt about where the state ends and its underworld begins structures criminal predation and forced migration in Central America.
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What Happened to the Radical Environmental Movement?

In collaboration with undergraduate Grace Gold, SPA Associate Professor Thomas Zeitzoff published an article on attitudes towards cyber tactics in eco-activism.
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Angela Pashayan, Political trust in the age of coronavirus: experiences in Mukuru, Nairobi, Kenya

Angela Pashayan's new article in Frontiers in Political Science examines declining political trust at the onset of the coronavirus pandemic in the informal settlements of Mukuru, Nairobi, Kenya.
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Institute for Macroeconomic and Policy Analysis Releases Brief to Inform Tax Bill Debate

Analysis finds repealing clean energy credits would significantly reduce GDP, employment, and wages
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Josh Rovner, Strategy and Grand Strategy in the Aftermath of War

Josh Rovner's new article in the Journal of Strategic Studies explores how victors and losers in war adapt their strategies and grand strategies.
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Sarah Snyder Awarded National Endowment of the Humanities Fellowship

Sarah Snyder has been awarded a National Endowment of the Humanities Fellowship to support the writing of her current book project.
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Tim Doud with his Art at Amtrak mural “A Great Public Work”

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College Faculty Receive 80 Awards Totaling Over $11 Million in 2023

Faculty awards making impacts on issues at local, national, and global levels
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Susanna Campbell, Foreign Policy and Development

Susanna Campbell's new chapter "Foreign Policy and Development" in the Oxford Handbook of Foreign Policy Analysis discusses how foreign aid is foreign policy.
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Sarah Snyder, Brother’s Brother Foundation in Costa Rica: A Case Study in Public-Private Partnerships and Global Health in the American Century

Sarah Snyder's new book chapter in Public Health and the American State is "Brother’s Brother Foundation in Costa Rica: A Case Study in Public-Private Partnerships and Global Health in the American Century."
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Mohammed Abu-Nimer wins Niwano Peace Prize

Mohammed Abu-Nimer is the recipient of the 41st Niwano Peace Prize in recognition of his lifelong commitment to peace and interfaith dialogue.
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