The Political Science department encompasses an interdisciplinary approach to observing, analyzing and researching the field of political science. Containing some of the most renowned faculty within the field, below are various publications that contain valuable research and findings regarding a variety of topics pertinent to the field.


Publications from 2022


What Governs Attitudes Toward Artifcial Intelligence Adoption and Governance?, Matthew R. O’Shaughnessy, Daniel S. Schiff, Lav R. Varshney, Christopher J. Rozell, and Mark A. Davenport

Publications from 2015


Riding the Populist Web: Contextualizing the Five Star Movement (M5S) in Italy, Liza Lanzone and Dwayne Woods

Publications from 2012


Exploratory Data Analysis: A Primer for Undergraduates, Eric Waltenburg and William McLauchlan

Publications from 2010


Fixing Recovery: Social Capital in Post-Crisis Resilience, Daniel P. Aldrich