The Department of Politics was highly represented in the latest issue of the American Political Science Review (November 2016, Volume 110, Number 4) with twelve contributing authors and eight articles. Those authors include current professors and PhD alums: Ali A. Valenzuela, Kosuke Imai, James Lo, Jonathan Olmstead, Emily Zackin, Scott F. Ambramson, David B. Carter, Nicholas Carnes, Charles M. Cameron, Jonathan P. Kastellec, Noam Lupu, Benjamin L. Mckean.
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Politics alumna Radha Sarkar '15 has published an article in Studies in Conflict & Terrorism with her brother, Amar Sarkar, on the relationship between armed rebels and local civilians during an insurgency. The article, "The Rebels' Resource Curse: A Theory of Insurgent–Civilian Dynamics," is an adapted version of her undergraduate senior thesis that was advised by Professor John Londregan.
The Sarkar's article can be found at the following link.
Recent Politics Ph.D. graduate Vinay Sitapati’s book, Half-Lion, a biography of the Indian prime minister Narasimha Rao, is included in the "Biography and Memoir" section of The Economist’s annual listing of the best books of the year.