News Archive

Graduate student Robinson Woodward-Burns' article entitled “Solitude Before Society: Emerson on Self-Reliance, Abolitionism, and Moral Suasion” was published in Polity.     

Professor Matthew Levendusky has been named the winner of the 2016 Erik Erikson Early Career Award by the International Society of Political Psychology. The Erikson Award is awarded annually to a leading political psychologist within 10 years of his/her Ph.D.     

Professor Rudra Sil discusses dwindling oil prices and the state of Russia's economy with Knowledge@Wharton.    

The latest publication from Professor Michael Horowitz entitled "The Consequences of Drone Proliferation: Separating Fact from Fiction" is featured in Popular Science.     

Recent PhD graduate A. Rahman Ford discussed his research on affirmative action policies worldwide as well as his harrowing fight with a degenerative muscular disease while completing his dissertation in SAS Frontiers.      

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