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January 26, 2015
Nate Monroe's paper, "On Measuring Legislative Agenda Setting Power" (with Jeffery A. Jenkins), was accepted for publication in the American Journal of Political Science.
January 25, 2015
Jessica Trounstine will give a talk entitled, "In it Together: The Segregation of Public Goods," in the Department of Political Science at the University of California, Los Angeles on January 26, 2015.
January 18, 2015
 Graduate Student Tessa Provins presented a paper, "A Theory of Minority Party Influence in the US Congress" (with Jeffery Jenkins and Nathan Monroe), at the Annual Meeting of the Southern Political Science Association in New Orleans, LA.
January 13, 2015
 Courtenay Conrad's blog post (with Justin Conrad, Jim Piazza, and Jim Walsh), "When do countries respond to terrorism with torture?", was featured on the Washington Post's Monkey Cage blog.
December 26, 2014
Tom Hansford's paper, "Reevaluating the Sociotropic Economic Voting Hypothesis" (with Brad Gomez), was accepted for publication in Electoral Studies.
December 19, 2014
 Brad LeVeck's paper, "The role of self-interest in elite bargaining" (with Alex Hughes, James Fowler, Emilie Hafner-Burton, and David Victor), was accepted for publication in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America.
December 12, 2014
 Courtenay Conrad's research (with Will Moore) was referenced in the Washington Post article, "Most Countries are Against Torture, but Most have been Accused of It."
December 10, 2014
Courtenay Conrad was quoted in the Discovery News article, "Why We Torture When We Know It Doesn't Work."
December 8, 2014
Aila Matanock, Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of California, Berkeley, will give a talk entitled, "International Insurance: Explaining Provisions for Participatory Post-Conflict Elections in Peace Agreement Design," as part of the Understanding Politics Speaker...
December 7, 2014
 Brad LeVeck's paper, "Decision Makers Preferences for International Legal Cooperation," was featured on the Washington Post's Monkey Cage blog.

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