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Conflict and Diamonds: Examining Violent Mining in South Africa Political Science Cameron Macaskill Graduate 2022-23
2015-2016, Trump, and Trade: New Attitudinal Basis for U.S. Trade Policy? Political Science Thomas Wood 2018-2019
A Comparative Study of Herder-Farmer Conflicts in West Africa Anthropology Mark Moritz 2008-2009
A Composite Spatial Dataset of Historical Political Entities Political Science Daniel Smith Graduate 2023-24
A Global Truth Commissions Index Political Science Rachel Bowen Faculty 2021-2022
A Social Cognitive Science Approach to Threat and Uncertainty Psychology William Cunningham, Ingrid Haas 2011-2012
After the Empire, Before the Nation: Post War Peace, Sectarian Conflict, and the End of the Ottoman Empire History Yiğit Akin Faculty 2023-24
Alternative Cosmopolitanisms: Lessons from Cold War Black-Anti-Colonial Transnationalism Political Science Inés Valdez 2016-2017
American Music, Global Messages: Building Bridges in the Cold War World Music Danielle Fosler-Lussier 2012-2013
American Musicians in Cold War Cultural Diplomacy Music Danielle Fosler-Lussier 2008-2009
An End to War? Political Science Bear Braumoeller 2012-2013
An Era of Moderation: The United States, 1933-68 History David Stebenne 2011-2012, 2009-2010
An Examination of the Experiences and Impacts of African American Soldiers and Medical Professionals with American Healthcare 1914-1948 History Paul McAllister Graduate 2023-24
An Open Secret: Dnipropetrovsk and the Constitution of Center - Regime Relations in Ukraine, 1987-1997 History Shawn Conroy Graduate 2022-23
Arms Imports and the Outbreak of Civil Wars Political Science Skyler Cranmer 2018-2019
Beirut in the Crosshairs: U.S.-Israel Diplomacy and the Lebanon Conflict, 1977-1985 History Edward Kunz Graduate 2023-24
Building Disaster Resilience through Human Capital and Community Organization: A Study of Coastal Bangladesh Sociology J. Craig Jenkins 2019-2020
Change in Personnel and Policy and the Legitimacy of the Supreme Court Political Science Gregory Caldeira 2007-2008
Chasing Ghosts: The Policing of Terrorism Mershon Center John Mueller, Mark Stewart 2014-2015
Choreographing Collaboration: Congolese Performance and Kinopolitics of Cultural Exchange History Emily Hardick Graduate 2023-24
Citizenship Determination and Social Identity Political Science Karis Neufeld Graduate 2023-24
Civic Order and Dispute Resolution in 14th and 15th Century London History Barbara Hanawalt 2008-2009
Civil Society and Peacebuilding in Nigeria Political Science Ra'phael Davis Graduate 2022-23
Climate Change Challenges and Community Adaption in Coastal Bangladesh Earth Sciences, Sociology J. Craig Jenkins, C.K. Shum 2014-2015
Climate, Security, and Resilience Earth Sciences, Economics, Sociology J. Craig Jenkins, C.K. Shum, Joyce Chen Faculty 2019-2020
Climate, Security, Health, and Resilience Communication, Political Science J. Craig Jenkins, Geoffrey Parker, Ellen Mosley-Thompson, Daniel Siu, Lonnie Thompson 2013-2014
Colonization in Reverse: Diaspora, Diplomacy, and the 'People's Art' Theatre Lesley Ferris 2007-2008
Combating Colonialism: Sitka and Lingít Aaní under Tsarist and American Rule History Michael Kraemer Graduate 2021-2022
Comparative National Elections Project Political Science Richard Gunther 2006-2007
Comparative National Elections Project Political Science Richard Gunther 2007-2008
Comparative National Elections Project Political Science Richard Gunther 2008-2009
Comparative National Elections Project Communication, Political Science, Sociology Richard Gunther, Paul Beck 2009-2010
Comparative National Elections Project Communication, Political Science, Sociology Richard Gunther, Paul Beck, William "Chip" Eveland 2011-2012
Comparative National Elections Project Communication, Political Science, Sociology Richard Gunther, Paul Beck, William "Chip" Eveland, Erik Nisbet 2012-2013
Comparative National Elections Project Communication, Political Science Richard Gunther, Paul Beck, William "Chip" Eveland, Erik Nisbet, R. William Liddle 2013-2014
Comparative National Elections Project Communication, Political Science Paul Beck, Richard Gunther, R. William Liddle, William "Chip" Eveland, Erik Nisbet 2016-2017
Comparative National Elections Project Communication, Political Science, Sociology Richard Gunther, Paul Beck, William "Chip" Eveland 2010-2011
Comparative National Elections Project IV Political Science Paul Beck, Richard Gunther 2017-2018
Competitive Cooperation? Geopolitics and Public Support of International Organizations Political Science Christy Oh 2023-24
Conflict in Ukraine: Russia and the U.S. Digital Media in Construction of Memory and the "Other" Slavic and East European Languages and Cultures Ludmila Isurin 2018-2019
Congo Crafted: A Political History of an Art Economy History Sarah Van Beurden 2018-2019
Congress, Southern Africa, and Competing Ideologies of U.S. Foreign Policy History Joseph Parrott 2019-2020
Consolidating and Institutionalizing the Comparative National Election Project Political Science Richard Gunther, Paul Beck 2014-2015
Consolidating and Institutionalizing the Comparative National Election Project Political Science Richard Gunther, Paul Beck 2015-2016
Counting Indians: Population and the Body Politic, 1800-1970 Women's Studies, History Mytheli Sreenivas 2009-2010
Culpable or Satisfied: On the Origins of Time Horizons and Foreign Policy Persistence Political Science Maryum Alam Graduate
Cultivating the Masses: Soviet State Intervention in its International Context, 1914-39 History David Hoffmann 2007-2008
Culture in the Tacit Social Construct of Labor: Persistence of the “Inefficient” Art of Dance in Workplaces of China’s Railway Industry Through Changing Socio-Economic Systems, 1949-Present Dance Studies Alissa Elegant Graduate 2023-24
Demiurgic Politics: Practical Reason in Political Decision Making Philosophy Allan Silverman 2016-2017
Demiurgic Politics: The Republic and the Timaeus Philosophy Allan Silverman 2008-2009
Democratic Mobilization in an Islamic Democracy: Social Media and the 2015 Turkish Election Communication Erik Nisbet, Robert Bond 2014-2015
Designing Effective Climate Change Mechanisms for Developing Countries Political Science Alexander Thompson, Andrew Keeler 2008-2009
Diplomacy of the First World War History Jennifer Siegel 2016-2017
Disaster Refugees and Flood Early Warning in Bangladesh AEDE, Earth Sciences, Sociology J. Craig Jenkins, C.K. Shum, Joyce Chen 2016-2017
Disposed to Justice Political Science Benjamin McKean 2017-2018
Dissent/Repression Nexus in the Middle East Sociology J. Craig Jenkins, Katherine Meyer 2006-2007
Dissent/Repression Nexus in the Middle East Sociology J. Craig Jenkins, Katherine Meyer, et al 2007-2008
Divided America, Divided Korea: US-Korean Relations after the Trump Years History Mitchell Lerner Faculty 2020-2021
Domestic Politics and the Shaping of American Diplomacy History Mitchell Lerner 2013-2014
Drug Trafficking and Socio-Economical Transformation in Central America: Writing and Editing Geography Kendra McSweeney 2018-2019
Effects of Infant Growth Perception on Maternal Complementary Feeding Decisions in a Context of Food Insecurity in the Urban Amazon Anthropology Stephanie Fannin Graduate 2022-23
Escaping Into the Cause of Freedom: The Epic Journeys of William and Ellen Craft English Margaret Newell Faculty 2022-23
Eurasian Security and Governance Program Slavic and East European Languages and Cultures, Communication Olga Kamenchuk, Erik Nisbet Faculty 2018-2019
Exemplary Failures Comparative Studies Dorothy Noyes 2017-2018
Experiencing Advanced Democracy: How Overseas Study Influences Chinese Students’ Political Attitudes Political Science Haifeng Huang Faculty 2023-24
Firms and the Welfare State: A Test of Employer Support for Economic Security Political Science Sara Watson 2008-2009
Forbidden Zones: The Great War History, Theatre Lesley Ferris, Bruno Cabanes 2016-2017
From Cabinda to Congress: African Decolonization and the Rise of a New Left Internationalism History Joseph Parrott 2018-2019
Gender-Based Violence and Public Security in Latin America Political Science Rachel Bowen 2014-2015
Genocide, Justice, and Rwanda’s Gacaca Courts Sociology Hollie Nzitatira, Christopher Uggen 2014-2015
Global Conflict Assessment: Evaluating Frameworks, Methods and Dissemination International Security Studies J. Craig Jenkins, Stefan Khittel 2011-2012
God’s Nation: Religious Nationalism in Contemporary American Politics Political Science Irfan Nooruddin 2010-2011
Growth of Cooperativism in Puerto Rico Post-Hurricane Maria Comparative Studies Miranda Martinez Faculty 2023-24
Homing Security Political Science Jennifer Mitzen Faculty 2021-2022
How Does Conflict Between Nations Impact Management Decisions? Business Oded Shenkar, Ilgaz Arikan 2011-2012
Identity, Threat and Mediated Intergroup Conflict Communication Erik Nisbet 2010-2011
If it Bleeds, It Leads: Assessing Media Effects on Transnational Terrorism Sociology Edward Crenshaw, J. Craig Jenkins 2007-2008
Illicit Arms Trade: Analyzing the Unobservable Political Science Kate Ivanova 2010-2011
Immigrants, Assimilation, and Cultural Threat: A Political Exploration Political Science Anthony Mughan 2007-2008
In the Shadow of Great Powers: Representation of the Colossal Others and Its Constraints on Weaker Power’s Foreign Policy Choices Political Science Liuya Zhang Graduate 2023-24
Indonesian National Elections Project Political Science R. William Liddle, Saiful Mujani 2009-2010
Information Flooding and Informational Learned Helplessness: Unpacking the Micro-Foundations of Information Warfare Communication Olga Kamenchuk 2018-2019
Injectable Development: The HPV Vaccine, Reproductive Politics, and Histories of Global Health Inequality Women's Studies Mytheli Sreenivas Faculty 2023-24
Insecure Democracy: Risk and Distributional Conflict in Brazil Political Science Sarah Brooks 2011-2012
Insecure Democracy: Risk and Political Engagement in South Africa Political Science Sarah Brooks 2013-2014
Insincere Democracy: Risk and Political Engagement in South Africa Political Science Sarah Brooks 2018-2019
Insurgency, Violence and Anticolonial Resistance: The 1857 Revolt and Indian Imaginations English Pranav Jani 2010-2011
Insurgency, Violence and Anticolonial Resistance: The 1857 Revolt and Indian Imaginations English Pranav Jani 2012-2013
Inter-relations between Political and Demographic Change in the 20th Century Sociology John Casterline 2008-2009
Interest, Power and the Evolution of Global Climate Institutions Political Science Alexander Thompson 2018-2019
Iranian Refugees' Mental Health and Its Implications for International Security English Amy Shuman 2019-2020
Issues in Multi-Dimensional Legislative Bargaining: Collective vs. Particularistic Goods Economics John Kagel 2006-2007
Issues in Multi-Dimensional Legislative Bargaining: Collective vs. Particularistic Goods Economics John Kagel 2007-2008
Judicial Independence in Latin America Political Science Rachel Bowen 2010-2011
Kinship in Arab Societies: Changing Configurations, Changing Social Identities Sociology John Casterline, Edouard Conte 2012-2013
Lake Baikal and the World Water Crisis History Nicholas Breyfogle 2010-2011
Late Modernism and the War State English Thomas Davis 2011-2012
Living Jerusalem: Cultures and Communities in Contention Melton Center for Jewish Studies Amy Horowitz, Tamar Rudavsky 2006-2007
Making Nations: The Struggle over National Classifications in the (Post-) Ottoman Balkans History Theodora Dragostinova 2011-2012
Managing Conflict: An Ethnography of the U.S. National Security State in Palestine Geography Lisa Bhungalia 2015-2016
Managing Disaster Rick: Launching Micro Insurance in Bangladesh Earth Sciences, Environmental Sciences, Earth Sciences, Sociology C.K. Shum, J. Craig Jenkins, Joyce Chen 2017-2018
Managing Urbanization and Development in China During Crisis Political Science Jeremy Wallace 2009-2010
Managing Urbanization and Development in China During Crisis Political Science Jeremy Wallace 2010-2011
Markets, Conflict, and Law: A Study of Multinational Supermarkets in Indian Food Supply Chains Law Amy Cohen 2016-2017
Mershon Network of International Historians History Carole Fink, Ursula Gurney 2007-2008
Mexico’s Cultural Revolution: The Politics of Art in Post-Revolutionary Mexico History Stephanie Smith 2010-2011
Mexico’s Cultural Revolution: The Politics of Art in Post-Revolutionary Mexico History Stephanie Smith 2015-2016
Mothering in War: Wartime Pregnancies, Childbirths, and Raising Children During World War I in France and Australia History Katherine Weiss Graduate 2023-24
Moving Towards a Middle Ground: The Psychological Effect of Motion on Conflict Resolution Psychology Lisa Libby, Micah Goldfarb 2016-2017
Muslim Leadership and Politics: The Transformation of the Office of the National Chief Imam of Ghana Since the 1960s History Ousman Kobo 2018-2019
Network Analysis of Ebola in Democratic Republic of Congo Mathematics, Public Health Marcel Yotebieng, Joseph Tien 2015-2016
Nuclear Politics in the Age of Decolonization: French Nuclear Test in the Sahara, African Peace Mobilization, and the Advent of the Global Nuclear Order History Leyla Tiglay Graduate 2023-24
Ostpolitik and Israel, 1966-74 History Carole Fink 2006-2007
Pan-American Feminism and the Inter-American Origins of International Women’s Rights, 1915 to 1946 History Katherine Marino 2015-2016
Passport: Newsletter of the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations History Peter Hahn, Mitchell Lerner 2007-2008
Peace Education and Training Repository International Studies John Carlarne (in memoriam), Esther Gottlieb 2013-2014
Political Asylum Policy and International Security Anthropology, English Amy Shuman 2007-2008
Political Communication Patterns in the 2016 Russian Parliamentary Campaign Communication Erik Nisbet, Olga Kamenchuk 2016-2017
Political Dimensions of Economic and Civil Insecurity in Brazil Political Science Sarah Brooks 2009-2010
Political Order and International Conflict Political Science Bear Braumoeller 2018-2019
Political Prisoners and Religion in Ming China, 1368-1644 History Ying Zhang 2015-2016
Political Regimes, Financial Market Institutions and Stability in Asia Political Science Mary Cooper 2007-2008
Politicizing Ethnicity: Mechanisms of Ethnic Violence in Malawi Political Science Amanda Robinson 2016-2017
Politics and Primacy: How Dictatorship and Development Set the Stage for Democratization Sociology Edward Crenshaw 2008-2009
Presidential-Congressional Conflict in Domestic and Foreign Policy Making Political Science Anthony Mughan 2008-2009
Property Rights, Conflict, and Development Political Science Marcus Kurtz 2017-2018
Property Rights, Distributional Violence and Development Political Science Marcus Kurtz 2018-2019
Property Rights, Political Conflict, and Economic Development Political Science Marcus Kurtz 2014-2015
Public Sector Capacity and Political Stability in Latin America Political Science Marcus Kurtz 2006-2007
Quantum Mind and Social Science: Unifying Physical and Social Ontology International Security Studies Alexander Wendt 2014-2015
Quantum Social Science & International Security Studies Workshop Political Science Alexander Wendt 2017-2018
Race Frontiers: Indian Slavery in Colonial New England History Margaret Newell 2006-2007
Radicals on the Road: Third World Internationalism and American Orientalism during the Viet Nam Era Women's Studies, History Judy Tzu-Chun Wu 2007-2008
Rally-Round-the-Flag and Fifth-Column Effects in Trade Sanctions Political Science Daniel Verdier 2009-2010
Reconstructing the Cold War Political Science Theodore Hopf 2006-2007
Red Tape and Red Cockaded Woodpeckers: Endangered Species Act Implementation on Department of Defense Lands Environmental Sciences Emily Rabung Graduate 2023-24
Religious Nationalism and American Militarism Political Science Irfan Nooruddin 2012-2013
Rentier States and International Terrorism in Ecological Focus Sociology Edward Crenshaw, J. Craig Jenkins 2006-2007
Rentierism and Conflict in the Middle East Economics, Sociology J. Craig Jenkins, Katherine Meyer, Hassan Aly 2009-2010
Research on Human Rights Folklore Amy Shuman 2017-2018
Research on Human Rights English Amy Shuman, Wendy Hesford 2016-2017
Responsibility, Morality, and Costs of War: Future Directions Theatre Kevin McClatchy, Janet Parrott 2015-2016
Rethinking the Prediction of Rare Events Sociology Eric Schoon, David Melamed 2016-2017
Revising "The Military Revolution" History Geoffrey Parker, Andreas Dorpalen 2012-2013
Revising ‘The Military Revolution’ History Geoffrey Parker 2011-2012
Sanctuary and the Devolution of Immigration Enforcement after 9/11 Geography Matthew Coleman 2008-2009
Scottish Independence, In-Migration, and Political Belonging: Cultural Transformations in New Europe Comparative Studies Leo Coleman 2012-2013
Sea-Level Rise, Climate Migration, and Conflict in Coastal Bangladesh Earth Sciences, Environmental Sciences, Earth Sciences Joyce Chen, C.K. Shum, Yuanyuan Jia 2019-2020
Security, Humanitarianism, and the Colonial Foundations of the Global Health Order Political Science Dominic Pfister Graduate 2023-24
Segregation and Leadership in Groups Economics Bruce Weinberg 2006-2007
Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Human Rights in U.S. Policy and Practice Women's Studies Cynthia Burack 2019-2020
Shocks to Team Structure: Mobilizations, Group Dynamics, Identity, and Adaptation Political Science Skyler Cranmer 2016-2017
Soft Power, Surveillance, and Shifting Alliances: A Comparative Study of the Imprint of China and Chinese Engagement in Serbia, Kenya, and Tanzania Slavic and East European Languages and Cultures Sunnie Rucker-Chang Faculty 2023-24
Sounding Like Refugees: Cultural Diplomacy and Syrian Refugee Integration through Intercultural Music-Making in Northern Germany Music Katelin Webster Graduate 2022-23
Southern Strategies: White Internationalism in the Cold War History Joseph Parrott 2020-2021
State Responses to Contention and New Waves of Protest Sociology Kazimierz Slomczynski, J. Craig Jenkins 2016-2017
Sudanese Perspectives on the Darfur Conflict History Ahmad Sikainga 2007-2008
Sweet Fuel: The Public-Private Development of Brazil's Ethanol Industry in Ribeirao, Sao Paulo History Jennifer Eaglin 2017-2018
Symbolic Opposition to the USA Patriot Act: An Analysis of Local Government Protests Sociology Kazimierz Slomczynski 2006-2007
The "Rule of Law" Paradigm and Justice Sector Reform in Post-Conflict Nations: The United Nations Rule of Law Indicators Sociology Heather Schoenfeld 2012-2013
The 2016 U.S. Presidential Election: Tumult at Home, Retreat Abroad? Political Science Thomas Wood 2017-2018
The Aesthetic World Republic: Geopolitics and Cultures of Internationalism English Thomas Davis 2015-2016
The Airborne Mafia: Organizational Culture and Institutional Change in the U.S. Army, 1940-1965 History Rob Williams Graduate 2022-23
The Cinematic Self: Brazilian Slavery Films and National Identity Spanish and Portuguese Richard Gordon 2010-2011
The Cold War from the Margins: Bulgarian Culture and the Global 1970s History Theodora Dragostinova 2019-2020, 2018-2019
The Coming Storms: Resilience to Climate Change, Political Stress, and Economic Shock in Eastern Honduras Geography Kendra McSweeney 2011-2012
The Concept of Time in the Koran NELC Georges Tamer 2008-2009
The Development of Islamist Insurgency: Egypt, 1986-1999 Sociology J. Craig Jenkins 2008-2009
The Diplomacy of the First World War History Jennifer Siegel 2019-2020, 2018-2019
The Diplomacy of the First World War History Jennifer Siegel 2014-2015
The Ecology of Terrorist Organizations Sociology Edward Crenshaw, J. Craig Jenkins 2007-2008
The Effect of Group Leaders Economics Bruce Weinberg 2007-2008
The Effects of Legal and Social Supports for Crime Reporting and Prosecution in Central America Political Science Rachel Bowen 2019-2020
The Evolution of Global Climate Change Institutions Political Science Alexander Thompson 2010-2011
The Farmer's Battlefield: The Legacy of Unexplored Ordnance in Rural Cambodia Political Science Erin Lin 2019-2020
The Farmer's Minefield: Assessing the Ecological/Economic Capacity of Post-Conflict Agricultural Systems in Cambodia Political Science Erin Lin, Nicholas Basta 2018-2019
The Gun and the Rosary: The Peaceful Jihad of Sheikh Boubacar Sawadogo and French colonialism in Burkina Faso, 1920-46 History Ousman Kobo 2012-2013
The Impact of Nationalism on Cross-Boarder Corporate Governance Business Oded Shenkar 2017-2018
The Integration of Immigrants in Schools Economics Bruce Weinberg 2009-2010
The Integration of Immigrants in Schools Economics Bruce Weinberg 2010-2011
The Legacy of the Korean War History Mitchell Lerner 2012-2013
The Marxist Rhetoric: On the Relationship of Practice and Theory Political Science, Sociology Richard Hamilton 2008-2009
The Marxist Rhetoric: On the Relationship of Practice and Theory Political Science, Sociology Richard Hamilton 2006-2007
The Microfoundations of War Intensity Political Science Bear Braumoeller 2017-2018
The Ohio State University National Security Simulation Law Dakota Rudesill 2014-2015
The Ohio State University National Security Simulation Law Dakota Rudesill 2016-2017
The Performance of International Organizations Political Science Alexander Thompson 2008-2009
The Politics of Climate Finance: Bridging the North-South Divide Political Science Alexander Thompson 2014-2015
The Psychology of Hate Psychology William Cunningham, Simon Dennis, Jay J. Van Bavel 2009-2010
The Resurgence of the Political Right in Latin America Political Science Matthew Spearly Graduate 2021-2022
The Role of Women Muslim Clerics in the Fight Against al-Shabaab in Kenya Political Science Hamda Hirsi Graduate 2022-23
The SHAFR Review History Mitchell Lerner, Peter Hahn 2012-2013
The Soviet Domestic Front of the Cultural Cold War, 1957-70 History Gleb Tsipursky 2012-2013
The Soviet Domestic Front of the Cultural Cold War, 1957-70 History Gleb Tsipursky 2013-2014
The Splendid Dead: An American Ordeal History Kevin Boyle 2010-2011
The Transnational Origins of the Russian Oil Industry: The Rothschilds, BNITO and Baku Naphtha History Jennifer Siegel 2012-2013
The United States Information Agency: Sponsoring America’s Musical Diversity Music Danielle Fosler-Lussier 2015-2016
The Venerable Titan: Fear, Threats, and the Making of American Foreign Policy, 1939-2003 History Robert McMahon, Ralph D. Mershon 2011-2012
There are No Shortcuts: The Intersections of American Wars and Civil Rights in the Twentieth Century History Mitchell Lerner 2019-2020
Tracking the Rise of China and India Geography Edward Malecki 2006-2007
Trade Shocks and Politics in Mature Democracies Political Science Sara Watson Faculty 2021-2022
Trafficking, Ethnicity and Religion: Prevention Campaigns and Minorities in the Balkans Slavic and East European Languages and Cultures Yana Hashamova 2012-2013
Training to Talk Peace: Experimental Analysis of Non-Violent Communication Workshops Peace Studies Christopher Gelpi, John Carlarne (in memoriam) 2014-2015
Transforming Landscape: Picturing the New Look of Mountains and Streams in Mao’s China Art History Yifan Li Graduate 2023-24
Tribal Politics, Corruption, and Water in Jordan Political Science Mohamed Shedeed Graduate
Turkey: Islam, Nationalism and Modernity History Carter Findley 2006-2007
Understanding Informal Political Discussion of U.S. National Security Communication William "Chip" Eveland 2010-2011
Understanding Supply Chain’s Evolving Implications for Security Political Science Benjamin McKean Faculty 2023-24
Unlikely Encounters in the Cold War: Bulgaria and the Global Order History Theodora Dragostinova 2013-2014
Unveiling Modernity: Post-Colonial Islamic Reforms in Ghana and Burkina Faso, 1950-2000 History Ousman Kobo 2008-2009
Using a Human Securitiy Lens to Examine the Mental Health Experiences of Somali Women Living in a Long-Term Displacment Camp, Kenya Social Work Njeri Kagotho Faculty 2022-23
Violent Conflict, Environmental Degradation, and Food Security AEDE Fred Hitzhusen 2006-2007
Voting for Peace: Do Post-Conflict Elections Help or Hinder Recovery? Political Science Irfan Nooruddin 2009-2010
War Materials: Armies, Civilians, and the Struggle for Resources during the American Civil War History Joan Cashin 2013-2014
War, Media, and the Public Political Science Christopher Gelpi 2016-2017
Water Diplomacy in the Age of Climate Change: Transboundry Indus Basin Water Conflict between Pakistan and India in the Context of Cryo-Hydro-Climatic Changes Environmental Sciences, Geography, History Nicholas Breyfogle, Bryan Mark, Fazlul Haq Faculty 2023-24
Weaponizing Language: How the Hindu Right Undermines Indian Muslims NELC Ila Nagar Faculty 2022-23
What Can Cultural Diplomacy Do? American Musicians as Cold War Ambassadors Music Danielle Fosler-Lussier 2010-2011
When and How State Responses to Contention Generate New Waves of Protest: Using Harmonized Survey Data for 130 Countries Sociology Kazimierz Slomczynski 2014-2015
Who We Are: Global Museums and National Identities English Elizabeth Weiser 2012-2013
World Handbook of Political Indicators IV Sociology J. Craig Jenkins 2006-2007
World Handbook of Political Indicators IV International Security Studies J. Craig Jenkins 2010-2011
World War I Centennial Conference History Peter Mansoor 2016-2017