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10/20/2014 - PS Grad Samatha Vortherms receives a Ford Foundation New Generation China Scholars Program fellowship for PhD students studying China
10/16/2014 - Profs. Burden, Canon, Mayer and Moynihan opinion on Government Accountability Board, jsonline.com
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10/15/2014 - Prof. Kathryn Cramer on Michelle Obama's visit to Madison, madison.com
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10/15/2014 - Prof. Aili Trip on reducing sexual assault risk, Madison.com
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10/15/2014 - Prof. Andrew Kydd's Terrorism PS319 course highlighted on local news, know.com
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10/23/2014 - Comparative Politics Colloquium
12:00 PM Ogg Room, 422 North Hall
10/24/2014 - Political Theory Workshop
1:30 PM Room 3280D of the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery
10/30/2014 - Comparative Politics Colloquium
12:00 PM Ogg Room, 422 North Hall
11/3/2014 - The 2014 Midterm Election: Previews, Outcomes and Consequences
5:30 PM McDermott Will & Emery, 340 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10173
11/4/2014 - International Relations Colloquium
12:00 PM Ogg Room
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Shahirah Mahmood. Politics of Shari'ah Reform and Its Implications for Muslim Women in Malaysia,' in Intersections: Gender and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific , issue 36 (September 2014)   
Ricardo Court. Regole e prospettive per un mondo non-clamoroso: Il Registro di Giovanni Francesco di Negro, (1553-1556), Novi Ligure, Citta del Silenzio Edizioni, 2014 (translation: Rules and Prospectives for a Non-Clamorous World: The letter register of Giovanni Francesco di Negro)   
Noam Lupu. Brand Dilution and the Breakdown of Political Parties in Latin America, World Politics 66 (4): 561-602 (2014).   
Byron Shafer, Jason Engle, and William J.M. Claggett. "The Evolution of Mass Ideologies in Modern American Politics", The Forum 12(2014), Issue 2, Article 2.   
Scott Gehlbach, and Konstantin Sonin. "Government Control of the Media." Journal of Public Economics. 118:163-171   
Erica Simmons. “Grievances Do Matter.” Theory and Society 43: 5 (September 2014), pp. 513-536.   
Jessica Weeks. Dictators at War and Peace . 2014. Cornell University Press, Cornell Studies in Security Affairs. Ithaca, NY.   
Melanie Manion. “’Good Types’ in Authoritarian Elections: The Selectoral Connection in Chinese Local Congresses.” Pre-published 10 June 2014 as DOI 10.1177/0010414014537027. Comparative Political Studies.   
Melanie Manion. “Institutional Design and Anticorruption in Mainland China.” 2014. In International Handbook of Political Corruption, edited by Paul M. Heywood, p.242-252. Oxford: Routledge.   
Melanie Manion. “Authoritarian Parochialism: Local Congressional Representation in China.” 2014. China Quarterly, no. 218: p. 311-338.   
Jon Pevehouse, Emilie M. Hafner-Burton and Edward D. Mansfield. Human Rights Institutions, Sovereignty Costs and Democratization British Journal of Political Science, 2013.    
Jon Pevehouse, Janet M. Box-Steffensmeier, John R. Freeman, and Matthew Hitt. Time Series Analysis for the Social Sciences. Cambridge University Press (September 30, 2014)