Markus Prior's latest paper, found here, "Media and Political Polarisation" (Annual Review of Political Science, vol. 16) was referenced lately in The Economist in the article, "Why Fox News is less to blame for polarised politics than you think" by Lexington. To read the article, follow this link.
Princeton Politics Department Formal and Quantitative Methods Graduate Fellowship
The Program for Quantitative and Analytical Political Science (Q-APS) in the Politics Department invites applications from current PhD students in Politics with an interest in formal theory and quantitative methods. Students interested in the fellowship should send a CV, transcript, and a one-page statement describing your research plan for the fellowship year.
The fellowship is open for renewal. Applicants
Members of the Class of 2015 - follow this link to learn how to register to become a Politics concentrator: http://www.princeton.edu/politics/undergraduate/classof2015/
The Council on Foreign Relations blog, "Development Channel" is featuring Politics professor Leonard Wantchekon on a Global University in West Africa
"Emerging Voices features regular contributions from scholars and practitioners highlighting new research, thinking, and approaches to development challenges. This article is from Leonard Wantchekon, founder of the African School of Economics and professor at Princeton. He discusses his efforts to build a world-class university