Political Scientists

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Charles Edward Merriam - Career - Academic Career and Contributions
... He was the first member of the political science faculty ... He authored A History of American Political Theories in 1903, a notable analysis of American political movements which strongly supported the emerging Progressive movement ... rank of full Professor in 1911, and served as chairman of the department of political science from 1911 until his retirement ...
Georgia Political Science Association
... The Georgia Political Science Association (GPSA) is the professional association for political scientists in Georgia, USA ... Although political scientists are in the majority, the conference is definitely interdisciplinary ... Participants have included political scientists, historians, economists, humanists, sociologists, criminologists, anthropologists, public administrators, philosophers, students ...
Ronald Reagan Bibliography - Politics and Domestic Issues
... "Political Time Reconsidered Unbuilding and Rebuilding the State under the Reagan Administration." American Politics Research(4) 577-605 ... The Reagan Presidency An Early Assessment 1983, essays by political scientists Hayward, Steven F ... The Reagan Legacy Promise and Performance (1988) essays by political scientists Levy, Peter B ...
List Of London School Of Economics People - Academics - Political Scientists
... Benjamin Barber, professor of political science, University of Maryland, College Park Scott Barrett, professor of political science at Johns Hopkins University Sarah Gibson ... of Princeton University Steven Lukes, political and social theorist Shireen Mazari, political scientist from Pakistan Ralph Miliband, political scientist Brendan O'Leary ...

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