Faculty Publication: South Sudan promised to investigate civil war atrocities

Jacqueline McAllister, Associate Professor of Political Science, has an article “South Sudan promised to investigate civil war atrocities. Why hasn’t that happened?” published in the Washington Post Monkey Cage blog on October 6, 2021. Excerpt Is South Sudan coming to terms with the violent five-year civil war that left 400,000 dead, and millions displaced? ByContinue reading “Faculty Publication: South Sudan promised to investigate civil war atrocities”

Faculty Publication: Build a Better Filibuster

Nancy Powers, Assistant Professor of Political Science, has published an op-ed “How the German model can help us build a better filibuster.”.  The article, posted April 6, 2021, is available online on Congressional Quarterly’s daily journal, Roll Call, website. The media company is considered the leading provider of congressional news, legislative tracking and advocacy services.Continue reading “Faculty Publication: Build a Better Filibuster”

Faculty Publication: Constitutionalism and Reciprocity

Fred Baumann, Professor of Political Science, has an essay published on The Constitutionalist, a blog edited by Kenyon Alum Benjamin Kleinerman, ‘97. The essay is based on a lecture he delivered to alums via Zoom in December 2020. “Reciprocity is inevitable whether in war or peace.” The essay, “Constitutionalism and Reciprocity” examines the polarization ofContinue reading “Faculty Publication: Constitutionalism and Reciprocity”

Faculty Publication: Remarks on The Virtue of Nationalism

Fred Baumann, Kenyon College Professor of Political Science, has published an article in the January – March 2021 volume 50 no. 1 issue of Perspectives on Political Science remarking Yorham Hazony’s book, The Virtue of Nationalism. Abstract Summary This article restates Hazony’s distinction between nation and empire and the characteristics used to typify them inContinue reading “Faculty Publication: Remarks on The Virtue of Nationalism”