Preparing students to confront vital issues, raise critical perspectives, and explore new methodologies in the study of the fundamental concepts of power and change.
Research from UMN political scientist Mark S. Bell takes us into a new age of nuclear strategy.
Research from UMN political science looks at whether and how populism made a difference in the 2016 election.
UMN political scientists look at what makes people pay attention to policy agendas.
Political parties have different ideologies, but similar IQ scores.
UMN political scientists show how conspiracy theories are politically motivated—and more common than we think.
A panel discussion, moderated by the Humphrey School’s Larry Jacobs, explores and responds to New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof’s critique of the social sciences as creating a “culture of exclusivity.” U of M faculty panelists include Doug Hartmann, Kathryn Pearson, Tim Brennan, Joann Miller, and Joe Soss.