Political science is the systematic study of power.
Political science asks important questions about how power is achieved, how it is legitimized, how it is wielded, and how it is contested. Through the lens of political science, we gain a better understanding of how societies are governed and how states interact with their own citizens as well as other states, international organizations, and non-state actors. We consider the ethics of power and conceptions of community, identity, justice, and citizenship.
Tending to Place: Communities, lands, histories in Memphis, Northern Minnesota, Chilean Patagonia, and Northern New Mexico
What’s left: After losing community, home, and sense of self through poverty and displacement
Donna Leathrum, now I know
(Inte)gration: connections between whiteness, deserving-ness, and belonging in the Swedish welfare state
Avenues of change: A study of development and social change with a focus on organizational strategies and structures