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April 24, 2014
Courtenay Conrad and Nathan Monroe received funding from the UCM Committee on Research (COR) for their project, "Agenda Setting in International Organizations."
April 23, 2014
 Nate Monroe's paper, "Negative Agenda Control and the Conservative Coalition in the U.S. House" (with Jeff Jenkins), was accepted for publication in the Journal of Politics.
April 16, 2014
 Emily Ritter's paper, "Contagious Rebellion and Preemptive Repression" (with Nathan Danneman), was published in the Journal of Conflict Resolution.
April 7, 2014
 James Scott, Sterling Professor of Political Science, Anthropology, Forestry, and Environmental Studies at Yale University, will give a talk entitled, "How We, Homo Sapiens, Came to be Domesticated: An Account of the Late-Neolithic Multi-species Resettlement Camp," as part of the UC...
April 2, 2014
Tom Hansford's paper, "The Supply of Amicus Curiae Briefs in the Market for Information at the U.S. Supreme Court," was accepted for publication in Justice System Journal. The paper is coauthored with Kristen Johnson, currently a lawyer at Schwartz, Semerdjian, Ballard, & Cauley...
April 1, 2014
Matt Hibbing's paper, "The Effect of Personal Economic Values on Economic Policy Preferences" (with Amanda Friesen), was accepted for publication in Social Science Quarterly.
March 13, 2014
California Appeals Court Justices Cornell and Franson visited campus and spoke with the students in Professor Hansford's Governmental Power & the Constitution class.
March 13, 2014
Israel Waismel-Manor of the University of Haifa will give a talk entitled, "Candidate Appearance, Setting, Intonation, Body Language, and Electability," as part of the Understanding Politics Speaker Series on March 14, 2014.
March 13, 2014
In the coming month, UCM Political Science will disburse over $50,000 in graduate student summer fellowships to support research and skill-building.
March 12, 2014
Tom Hansford's grant proposal, "Estimating the Location of Interests, Governments, and Justices in Legal Policy Space" ($271,000, with Sarah Depaoli), was funded by the National Science Foundation.

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