Recently Funded Projects

2017-18 Grant Recipients

“Framing of Human Trafficking in the US Congress,” Sabrina Arias, PhD student in Political Science

“Do Hurricanes Change Climate Attitudes? Examining Changes in Opinion on International Climate Agreements,” Sabrina Arias, PhD student in Political Science

“Reputations and Negotiation,” Christopher Blair, PhD student in Political Science

“The Rally ‘Round the Troops Effect: How Casualties and Success Impact Approval of Military Operations,” Chris Chiego, PhD student in Political Science, Chris Liu, PhD student in Political Science

“Nation, Ethnicity, and Umma: Identities and State Collapse in the Syrian Conflict,” Victoria Gilbert, PhD student in Political Science

“The Civic Counterculture?: Attitudes Toward Democracy in the United States,” Guy Grossman, Assistant Professor in Political Science, Dorothy Kronick, Assistant Professor in Political Science, Matthew Levendusky, Associate Professor in Political Science, Marc Meredith, Associate Professor in Political Science

“Female Political Participation Among Migrant Women in India,” Rithika Kumar, PhD student in Political Science

“The New ‘China Puzzle’: How State Protection Enables Technology Firms to Thrive,” Siyao Li, PhD student in Political Science

“Regimes of Inequality: The Politics of Health and Wealth in Europe,” Julia Lynch, Associate Professor in Political Science

“How do Major Powers Signal Support to their Allies? The Domestic and International Logics of Military Signaling,” Casey Mahoney, PhD student in Political Science

“The Politics of Military Reform: Explaining Changes in Military Recruitment,” Max Margulies, PhD student in Political Science

Empirical Implications of Theoretical Models (EITM) Summer Research Institute, Essex Summer School in Social Science Data Analysis, Karen Nershi, PhD student in Political Science

“Understanding Argentina’s Human Rights Foreign Policy: The Role of Public Officials, the Military, and Civil Society,” Gino Pauselli, PhD student in Political Science