Monthly Archives: September 2013

Lefebvre named Fulbright Scholar Specialist Program Fellow

Prof. Jeff Lefebvre has been selected as a Fulbright Scholar Specialist Program Fellow (2012-2017). Fulbright Specialist Fellows are awarded a five-year term during which time they may receive two 2-6 week research/teaching appointments at universities overseas. Prof. Lefebvre has been … Continue reading

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Bayulgen on WNPR

Prof. Oksan Bayulgen was a guest on WNPR’s “Where we live.” The discussion was on the crisis in Syria and Bayulgen was mostly asked about the Russian perspective on the latest developments regarding Syria. Congratulations!

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Williams interviews Wallerstein

Gregory P. Williams, a POLS Ph.D. candidate, has published a recent interview with Immanuel Wallerstein. The piece, “Retrospective on the Origins of World-Systems Analysis,” appears in the latest issue of the Journal of World-Systems Research. In it, Wallerstein reflects with … Continue reading

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Lee and Hayes Each Publish in Political Research Quarterly

The September issue of Political Research Quarterly includes two articles by UConn POLS professors. Prof. Thomas Hayes published an article entitled, “Responsiveness in an Era of Inequality: The Case of the U.S. Senate.” Meanwhile, Prof. Fred Lee addressed, “Reconsidering the … Continue reading

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Dyson Publishes on Postwar Planning in Iraq

Prof. Stephen Dyson’s article, “What Really Happened in Planning for Postwar Iraq?” appears in the new issue of Political Science Quarterly. Congratulations!

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Dyson on Cameron’s parliamentary defeat on Syria

Over at the Monkey Cage, Prof. Stephen Dyson analyzed David Cameron’s parliamentary defeat on Syria. From the essay: “After the final Iraq vote in 2003, The Guardian newspaper commented that parliament had been given “the power to stop war before … Continue reading

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