The American Political Science Association has announced a new editorial team to lead the American Political Science Review (APSR) that included Professor Elisabeth Wood.
Congratulations to Albert Laguna, winner of the L. S. Dembo Prize for the best article published in Contemporary Literature in 2018.
Shapiro discusses the impact and legacy of the conference that established the U.S.-dominated economic system of the postwar global community.
People whose identity is “fused” with that of a political leader are more likely to take extreme positions or commit violence on behalf of the leader.
A new study by archaeologists shows that humans were transforming the Earth much earlier than previously thought.
Lu is a scholar and educator whose research and teaching focus on the literature of China’s late imperial period, from around 1550 to around 1750.
Both “Multicultural Middle Ages” and “Medieval World Literature, Genres and Geographies” ask students to think about a misunderstood era in a global context.