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College Democrats and Republicans Face Off in Gun Control Debate

After a busy fall semester that included a massive voter registration drive and watch parties for the presidential debates and election night, the College Democrats and College Republicans have shifted their focus this semester to achieving their common goal of increasing political engagement on campus. This week, they hosted a debate that pitted two teams against each other on a controversial subject in a forum that made room for audience participation.  More ...

Charlotte Lee
Lee Publishes Book Review

Assistant Professor of Government Charlotte Lee published a review of Politics and Society in Contemporary China in the January issue of The China Journal.  More ...

BYU's Wade Jacoby Discusses Germany and Economic Misery in Europe

Brigham Young University Professor Wade Jacoby visited Hamilton recently to lecture on Germany and the continued economic woes in Europe.  As Americans, we often view the Great Recession through the lens of our own experiences; however, Europe has found itself in an even more precarious position.  With inordinately high unemployment rates and debt-to-GDP ratios, many countries in the Eurozone are on the precipice of financial disaster.  Germany, however, has weathered the crisis fairly well.  As a result, European countries have turned to German Chancellor Angela Merkel for leadership, guidance and economic support.  More ...

Nine Students Represent Hamilton at McMUN Conference

Nine Hamilton students traveled to Montreal January 24-27 to participate in the 24th annual McGill University Model United Nations Conference (McMUN).  More ...

Cafruny, Lehmann Contribute to New Book

Alan Cafruny, Henry Bristol Professor of International Affairs, and Ted Lehmann, assistant professor of government, contributed to the recently published Exploring the Global Financial Crisis, volume 18. It is part of the series Advances in International Political Economy, edited by Cafruny and Herman Schwartz (University of Virginia) under the sponsorship of the International Studies Association (Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2013).  More ...

Rodric Camron Waugh ‘13, Maria Lozada ‘13 and James Forrey ‘13 in the U.N. Security Council chamber.
Trenkov-Wermuth ’00 Class Visits United Nations

Visiting Assistant Professor of Government Calin Trenkov-Wermuth ’00 took members of his United Nations and Global Security class on a field trip to United Nations headquarters in New York City on Nov. 28.  More ...

Frank Anechiarico '71
Anechiarico '71 Presents at Johns Hopkins

Frank Anechiarico ‘71, the Maynard-Knox Professor of Government and Law, gave a lecture on Nov. 29 at the Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University. His lecture on “The Law and Politics of Quarantine in the United States” was at the invitation of the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.  More ...

Philip Klinkner
Back to the Future for the GOP?

In a Huffington Post opinion piece appearing on the site’s “Republican Party” homepage, James S. Sherman Professor of Government Philip Klinkner pointed out similarities in arguments and predictions among Republicans in the aftermath of Mitt Romney's loss to Barack Obama and after Gerald Ford lost to Jimmy Carter in 1976. Klinkner warned of “the danger of over-interpreting election results,” in the Nov. 19 “Back to the Future for the GOP?” blog.  More ...

John Ragosta
Would Jefferson Have Opposed Thanksgiving?

Visiting Assistant Professor of History John Ragosta pondered the question of whether President Thomas Jefferson would have opposed the official Thanksgiving holiday in an invited column on the University of Virginia Thoughts from the Lawn blog that appeared on Nov. 5. Ragosta is the author of the forthcoming book Religious Freedom: Jefferson’s Legacy, America’s Creed.  More ...

Ned Walker Jr. '62 illustrates a point in his Cultural Diplomacy class.
Former Ambassador Ned Walker Jr. ’62 Teaches Cultural Diplomacy

Ambassador Edward S. Walker Jr. ’62, the Christian A. Johnson Distinguished Professor of Global Political Theory, has returned to the Hill this semester to teach a course on Cultural Diplomacy: Tool of Diplomacy or Imperialism (Government 341.)  More ...

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