Monthly Archives: May 2014

Kashwan on Monkey Cage re: India’s Elections

Prof. Prakash Kashwan’s post on “India’s elections and the politics of development” appeared on the Monkey Cage at the Washington Post. Congratulations!

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Two New Book Series via Prof. Gordon

Prof. Jane Gordon (POLS) – together with Neil Roberts (Williams College), Nelson Maldonado Torres (Rutgers-New Brunswick), and Lewis Gordon (UConn) – is creating two book series with Rowman and Littlefield International, one entitled “Creolizing the Canon” and the other “Global … Continue reading

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POLS Professors on Ukraine Panel

POLS Professors Bayulgen, Pressman, and Dyson participated in a forum on the situation in Ukraine. Photo by Robert Wishart:

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Photo from “Exploring the Value of Political Life” Panel

POLS Professors Dudas (moderator), Gordon, Arat, Lee, and Morrell recently served on a panel discussion, “Exploring the Value of Political Life.” Picture via Robert Wishart:

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Hertel Publishes “Hungry for Justice”

Prof. Shareen Hertel (POLS) has a forthcoming article, entitled: “Hungry for Justice: Social Mobilization on the Right to Food in India.” It will appear in Development & Change. Congratulations! Abstract: This article explores the potential and limits of contemporary economic … Continue reading

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CLAS profiles Etienne

CLAS profiled POLS major Shaelle Etienne ’14. The article focused on her internship with Love146. Congratulations!

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Zachary to China via U21

Jack Zachary ’14 (POLS/HR) has been selected to represent UConn at the 2104 Universitas 21 Research Conference at Shanghai Jaio Tong University (SJTU), July 7-11, 2014, where he will present his research on “Food Insecurity in the Banana Industry.” Jack … Continue reading

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