The Political Science Department is proud of its students, faculty, and alumni and their many accomplishments:
Prof. Mark Pohlmann published on opinion piece in The Hill on Nov. 1, 2017, on the tax reform being proposed in Congress. Titled "GOP's tax reform is a 'middle-class con job,' " the full article can be read here.
In an interview with Chapter 16, Prof. Michael Nelson discussed his book Resilient America, which is about the turbulent election of 1968, the parallels of that election to recent events, and the lessons that apply to the election of 2016. The full interview can be read here.
Daniel Klinghard '96 has co-authored a book Thomas Jefferson and the Science of Republican Government: A Political Biography of Notes on the State of Virginia, available on Amazon.
Prof. Daniel Cullen will take part in a panel discussion on April 3, 2017, at the upcoming event at Princeton University, The Achievements of Sir Roger Scruton, sponsored by the James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions. The panel will be followed by a lecture by Sir Roger Scruton, "Philosophy in the Public Culture."