About Political Science
Political Science is important to society because an educated citizenry is the best safeguard for democracy. Political Science is valuable for individuals who want to know more about the values, laws, institutions and policy mechanisms that govern their lives in society, and as well, the differences between their system of government and those in other countries.
Political Science is an especially useful preparation for students who wish to pursue careers in teaching, law, public service or business. There are many minor program opportunities to further these study areas.
David Beitelman, PhD Candidate, spoke with Global News â Hamilton on Tillerson's visit to Canada, North Korea, and Canada/US relations
Listen online at 36:50 during the 12:00PM hour to hear Doctoral Fellow David Beitelman speak about Rex Tillerson's visit to Canada, North Korea, and Canada/US relations
New review of book published by Frank Harvey and John Mitton, makes a provocative argument about credibility in American foreign policy.
H-Diplo has published a new ISSF review roundtable (with a response from the authors) for Dr. Frank Harvey and John Mitton’s 2016 book, Fighting for Credibility: U.S. Reputation and International Politics.
New Article Plublished by Carla Suarez, PhD Candidate
Carla Suarez has just published a new article, “‘Living between Two Lions’: Civilian Protection Strategies during Armed Violence in the Eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo,” in Journal of Peacebuilding and Development.
Dr. Kristi Kenyon, Adjunct Professor in Political Science, lauches new book "Resilience and Contagion: Invoking Human Rights in African HIV Advocacy"
Using human rights as a tool of advocacy in her new book, Dr. Krisit Kenyon's research in African HIV Advocacy is now a published book.
Allumnus Robert Muggah recently debated Urban Resilience in a TED talk
If we design our cities right, we just might survive the twenty first century.