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3/03/2015 - Professor Yoi Herrera provided an analysis of the impact of the murder of Boris Nemtsov.
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3/02/2015 - Professor Scott Gehlbach made this contribution to the Monkey Cage on the murder of Boris Nemstov
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2/24/2015 - Ph.D. student Steven Wilson was interviewed public radio about Russian internet censorship.
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2/24/2015 - Professor John Ahlquist talks about the "right to work" legislation on Madison NBC 15.
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2/23/2015 - Professor John Ahlquist is mentioned in this Washington Post on Wisconsin's policies toward labor unions.
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3/4/2015 - Conversations on Inclusivity and Change
12:00 PM Ogg Room
3/5/2015 - Comparative Politics Workshop
12:00 PM Ogg Room, 422 North Hall
3/6/2015 - Political Theory Workshop
12:00 PM Ogg Room, 422 North Hall
3/9/2015 - American Politics Workshop
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3/10/2015 - International Relations Coloquium
12:00 PM Ogg Room
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Aili Tripp, Melanie Hughes

"Civil War and Trajectories of Change in Women’s Political Representation in Africa, 1985-2010," Social Forces.  February 2015.


http://sf.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/content/full/sov003?┬┐ijkey=N4t6N4e4VPE7xcy&keytype=ref  
Benjamin Marquez A review of Democratizing Texas Politics: Race, Identity, and Mexican American Empowerment, 1945–2002.
http://utpress.utexas.edu/index.php/books/mardem  
Steven Wilson . "How to Control the Internet: Comparative Political Implications of the Internet's Engineering." First Monday.
http://firstmonday.org/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/5228/4204  
Jonathan Renshon, and Arthur Spirling. Modeling ''Effectiveness'' in International Relations (2015), Journal of Conflict Resolution 59/2: 207-238.   
Simon Haeder, David Weimer . 2015. "You Can't Make Me Do It, but I Could Be Persuaded: A Federalism Perspective on the Affordable Care Act." Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 40 (2).
http://jhppl.dukejournals.org.ezproxy.library.wisc.edu/content/early/2015/01/22/03616878-2882219.full.pdf+html?sid=6857028c-2de6-4e62-a58f-550aed046f8f  
Noam Lupu, and Nicholas Carnes. "Rethinking the Comparative Perspective on Class and Representation: Evidence from Latin America," American Journal of Political Science 59 (1): 1-18 (2015).   
Jonathan Renshon, Gary D. Sherman, Jennifer S. Lerner, Christine Ma-Kellams & Samantha Joel, "Perceiving Others' Feelings: The Importance of Personality and Social Structure" (in press at Social Psychological and Personality Science).    
Jonathan Renshon , Losing Face and Sinking Costs: Experimental Evidence on the Judgment of Political and Military Leaders (in press at International Organization).    
Daniel Kapust , “Free Speech and Censorship in Tacitus’ Annales.” In Censorship Moments: Reading Texts in the History of Censorship and Freedom of Expression. Edited by Geoff Kemp. Bloomsbury Academic. 2015. 17-24.   
Daniel Kapust , “Rethinking Rousseau’s Tyranny of Orators: Cicero’s On Duties and the Beauty of True Glory.” In The General Will: The Evolution of a Concept. Edited by James Farr and David Lay Williams. Cambridge. 2015.  175-196.   
Nadav Shelef, Harris Mylonas and Nadav G. Shelef . "Which Land is Our Land? Domestic Politics and Chance in the Territorial Claims of Stateless Nationalist Movements," Security Studies, 23(4):754-786
http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09636412.2014.964996  
Jared Knowles , the statewide Dropout Early Warning System (DEWS) was recently included in a piece on the NPR program Marketplace. DEWS is a machine learning algorithm that identifies students unlikely to complete high school on-time in grades 6, 7, and 8 so that middle schools can start helping them sooner.
http://www.marketplace.org/topics/education/learningcurve/using-data-head-high-school-dropouts