Faculty News

Deborah Schildkraut, Professor of American Politics and Chair of the Department, wrote a feature in Tufts Now on the past and present nature of exclusion versus inclusion in America.
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Natalie Masuoka, Associate Professor of American Politics, was featured in Tufts Now for her Fall '16 course, Mapping Politics, which had students perform on-the-ground research using a survey app they created to gain insight into voting patterns.
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Kelly Greenhill, Associate Professor of Political Science and recipient of the 2017 National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship, was featured in the Tufts Daily for her accomplishment and upcoming book Extra-Factual Sources of Threat Conception and Proliferation in International Politics. Read More >

Department News

  • Majors' Newsletter: October 2016
  • Alumni Newsletter: AY2016-2017
  • Summer Session registration begins March 6th!
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Responsive Authoritarianism in China: Protests and Policymaking

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Rabb Room, Tisch College
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