Health, Political Science - May 21, 2012 - Comments Off on Racial Prejudice and Public Opinion on American Health Care Reform

Racial Prejudice and Public Opinion on American Health Care Reform

Sociology - May 21, 2012 - Comments Off on Political Machine or Kinship Together? The Cultural Making of Winners and Losers in Democratic Brooklyn’s Sectarian Subsidy Politics

Political Machine or Kinship Together? The Cultural Making of Winners and Losers in Democratic Brooklyn’s Sectarian Subsidy Politics

Adverse Effects of State-building on Democracy in Georgia

Political Science - March 31, 2012 - Comments Off on Adverse Effects of State-building on Democracy in Georgia

Adverse Effects of State-building on Democracy in Georgia

Of Navies and Power Transition: The United States, Naval Power, and the Rise of China

Political Science - March 31, 2012 - Comments Off on Of Navies and Power Transition: The United States, Naval Power, and the Rise of China

Of Navies and Power Transition: The United States, Naval Power, and the Rise of China

Examining Educational Aid Distribution in the United States

Education - March 31, 2012 - Comments Off on Examining Educational Aid Distribution in the United States

Examining Educational Aid Distribution in the United States

Causes and Effects of the Global Financial Crisis

Economics - March 31, 2012 - Comments Off on Causes and Effects of the Global Financial Crisis

Causes and Effects of the Global Financial Crisis

When Time Isn’t Money: an Analysis of Early Voting and Campaign Spending

Political Science - March 27, 2012 - Comments Off on When Time Isn’t Money: an Analysis of Early Voting and Campaign Spending

When Time Isn’t Money: an Analysis of Early Voting and Campaign Spending

Same Difference: Inter-State Legal Citation and the Supreme Court’s Use of Foreign Law

Law - March 27, 2012 - Comments Off on Same Difference: Inter-State Legal Citation and the Supreme Court’s Use of Foreign Law

Same Difference: Inter-State Legal Citation and the Supreme Court’s Use of Foreign Law

“A Lot of Soldiers, but Not a Lot of Generals”: Mexican Americans and the Machine in Chicago’s 14th Aldermanic Ward

Political Science, Sociology - March 27, 2012 - Comments Off on “A Lot of Soldiers, but Not a Lot of Generals”: Mexican Americans and the Machine in Chicago’s 14th Aldermanic Ward

“A Lot of Soldiers, but Not a Lot of Generals”: Mexican Americans and the Machine in Chicago’s 14th Aldermanic Ward

Law - March 26, 2012 - Comments Off on Deportation, Due Process, and Deference: Recent Developments in Immigration Law

Deportation, Due Process, and Deference: Recent Developments in Immigration Law