Monthly Archives: December 2011

Barry publishes on Microfinance and Internet

Jack Barry, a PhD candidate in POLS, will be publishing his article entitled “Microfinance, the Market and Political Development in the Internet Age” in Third World Quarterly, 33:1, pages 125-141, (available online December 13, 2011 as the lead article in the Financing Out of … Continue reading

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Morales-Ortiz Promoted

Javier Morales-Ortiz, Ph.D. (UConn, 2005), was promoted to Associate Professor, Political Science and International Studies, at Baldwin-Wallace College in Berea, Ohio. Congratulations!

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Navarro-Rivera on WNPR

Juhem Navarro-Rivera, a POLS PhD candidate, appeared on WNPR’s “Where We Live,” discussing Mormon trends featured in the report “Mormons in the United States 1990-2008: Sociodemographic Trends and Regional Differences.” Podcast available here, report available here. The show was broadcast … Continue reading

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Prof. Datta Receives Outstanding Leader Award

Prof. Rekha Datta Receives the Outstanding Leader Award from the National Society for Experiential Education (the following is the text of a Monmouth press release) Monmouth University is pleased to announce Dr. Rekha Datta, professor of political science and a … Continue reading

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Hertel at Co-op on new book (Dec 7)

Shareen Hertel and Kathryn Libal on Human Rights Wednesday, December 7, 2011 4:00 pm, UConn Co-op Profs. Shareen Hertel and Kathryn Libal will talk about their new book Human Rights in the United States: Beyond Exceptionalism, recently published by Cambridge … Continue reading

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Navarro-Rivera on Latinos and Secularism (Dec. 4)

Juhem Navarro-Rivera, a PhD Candidate in the Department of Political Science Department, will give a talk this Sunday at the Harvard Humanist Chaplaincy about “Latinos & Secularism.” The talk will address his research on the secularization of Latinos and the … Continue reading

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