Watson Institute Senior Fellow Alex Nading published a special issue of Medical Anthropology Quarterly on the topic of “Human Animal Health," co-editing the issue with Hannah Brown (Durham University).
In a new article published in International Studies Quarterly, co-author Jeffrey Colgan delves into the relationship between the United States and Soviet Union in the 1950s and sharing nuclear technology internationally.
Senior Fellow Richard Arenberg’s recent book, Congressional Procedure: A Practical Guide to the Legislative Process in the U.S. Congress: The House of Representatives and Senate Explained, has won the 2019 Benjamin Franklin Award and the bronze 2019 Independent Publisher Book Award for Best Non-Fiction Book in the Mid-Atlantic region.
While at The American Academy in Berlin, Associate Professor Prerna Singh is working on a project that seeks to explore why polities with similar conditions have been characterized by different levels of containment.
In November, Professors Eric Patashnik and Wendy Schiller convened a conference on "The Dynamics of American Democracy: Partisan Polarization, Political Competition and Government Performance," to explore the current state of democracy in the United States.