GSU Prof. Robert M. Howard will take part in a discussion hosted by the University of Georgia Press on the evolution and the current state of politics in Georgia. The Nov. 7, 2017 event, entitled “Politics in Georgia: From the Three Governors Controversy to Now”, will also feature University of Georgia Prof. Charles Bullock and… more »
Prof. Robert M. Howard will give a talk at the Perimeter Progressives, Nov. 4, 2017, on the history/concept of Gerrymandering, how it is used in Georgia, and the constitutional issues behind Gill v. Whitford. Perimeter Progressives describes itself as a grassroots-based organization that seeks to engage, activate and collaborate with progressive-minded individuals along the… more »
How do United States Presidents fare with Congress during war? GSU’s Dr. Susanne Schorpp and Dr. Charles Finocchiaro of the University of Oklahoma answer this question in a recent United States Politics and Policy Blog post. Based on the paper, “Congress and the President in Times of War” in American Politics Research, the authors delve… more »
Why do Republicans have trouble passing legislation regardless of the fact that Republicans control both the Executive and Legislative branches? In a Monkey Cage article for the Washington Post, Dr. Robert Lupton of the University of Connecticut, Dr. William Myers of the University of Tampa, and GSU’s Dr. Judd Thorton break down why Republicans are… more »
Do electoral cycles shape the implementation of the public programs? Dr. Anjali Bohlken, Assistant Professor in the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, Georgia Institute of Technology, discussed this question through presenting her ongoing research on the case India. This Oct. 4th research talk is part of the department colloquia series and was… more »
Dr. Jennifer McCoy’s Latin American Politics class conducted a four-week long simulation exercise on the U.S. response to a Venezuelan political and economic crisis, provided by the Council on Foreign Relation’s Model Diplomacy website. Students were paired in teams to role-play members of the U.S. National Security Council. After three weeks of preparation, they participated… more »
This Spring GSU is sending undergraduate students to study in Seoul, South Korea. As part of GSU’s partnership with Ewha Woman’s University international exchange program, our student will experience one of Asia’s most high tech and modern cities and get to study at one of the top universities in Korea. Both male and female students… more »
Michael Herb has been named chair of Political Science beginning July 1, 2017. He succeeds Carrie Manning, who has served as chair for the past six years.
“Mike brings many strengths to the position as a scholar, teacher, and as an active member of the department, college and university,” said Sara Rosen, dean of the… more »
Hosted by Georgia State University Political Science Department Location: Classroom South, Room 608
In 2017 Hip-Hop culture celebrates its 44th year of existence as a cultural form in America. Since its beginning Hip-Hop has expanded beyond the borders of the United States to serve as a political, social and cultural art form in many… more »
“This year’s Political Science Speaker Series was a tremendous success!” said Chair of Political Science Carrie Manning. Launched in the 2014-2015 academic year with Associate Professor Ryan E. Carlin coordinating, “the program is a valuable asset not only to graduate and undergraduate students, but also to faculty,” said Dr. Manning.
“Featuring an array of speakers… more »