I have received a new grant from the National Institute for Civic Discourse & University of Arizona Foundation in the amount of $2,500. It is for my project “Attitudes toward Civility and Violence among Protesters in the
Philip Leifeld and I are thrilled that we now have an article forthcoming in the Journal of Politics. It is titled “Contributions by Interest Groups to Lobbying Coalitions.” Look for it in April 2018. Read the accepted manuscript here:
Today it was announced that The Activists: War, Peace, and Politics in the Streets is an Official Selection in the Telling Tales International Film and Audio Documentary Festival, June 23-25, 2017, Manchester, United Kingdom.
Congratulations to Geoffrey M. Lorenz for successfully defending his Ph.D. dissertation in Political Science at the University of Michigan. I have worked with Geoff since his first year at Michigan and it has been a pleasure every step of the way. Next he will be moving on to a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Virginia.
The committee (left to right): Richard Hall, Ken Kollman, myself, and Chuck Shipan.
The Activists received a wonderful review today from The Indypendent, a New York-based publication. Check out “School for Struggle” here:
Check out my essay “The March for Science and Democracy in America”, at “Learn, Speak, Act”, a new blog sponsored by the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts at the University of Michigan. Thank you to Nicholas Valentino for helpful feedback. Thank you to Katarina Nehrkorn, Will Sollish, Kiki Bayen, Yuka Naya, Aubrey O’Neal, Michael Mrozinski, and others for survey assistance. Thank you to Betsy Mendelsohn, Robert Bateman, and Kate Bateman for providing housing and meeting facilities.