The Political Science Department offers a program of study that provides students with an opportunity to explore politics and government from multiple vantage points—at the grassroots, the nation-state, and the global community—and from a variety of theoretical, conceptual, comparative, historical, and experiential perspectives.
By Sarah Cahn ’22 Image captured by Sarah Cahn ’22 during her trip to the Dead Sea in 2019. My relationship with the State of Israel has always been complex, developing and changing as I have distanced myself from the Jewish community in which I was raised. As a proud
Haverford Votes, a non-partisan group of students, staff, and faculty, is working to encourage students to vote. As of now, there will still be on-campus voting on Election Day (at the Facilities Management Building). However, we're encouraging students to vote by mail and to do so as soon as possible. The deadline to register to vote is 10/19/2020; as of now, the state is saying that all mail-in ballots need to be received by the county election offices by the end of Election Day, 11/3/2020.
By Prof. Barak Mendelsohn, Chair of the Political Science Department I have studied terrorism for most of my academic career. Being in graduate school, at Cornell University, in 2001 I was among the first wave of post-9/11 scholars of terrorism. I wrote my dissertation about the international community’s response to
By Chris Conrad ’21 Two weeks ago, I went on a hike in Big Basin Redwoods State Park with my parents. The park covers a huge amount of land in the Santa Cruz mountains, and is filled with redwoods (hence the name). One day later, the hottest temperature on Earth
source: https://ctc.usma.edu/the-qanon-conspiracy-theory-a-security-threat-in-th... by Amarnath Amarasingam and Marc-André Argentino (Submitted by Prof. Barak Mendelsohn) The QAnon conspiracy theory, which emerged in 2017, has quickly risen to prominence in the United States. A survey of cases of individuals who have allegedly or apparently been radicalized to criminal acts with a nexus to
Join the CCPA on September 25, 2020 for its Fords on Friday Event with Julie Min Chayet '91, Managing Director/Private Client Advisor at Bank of America Private Bank. Min Chayet majored in Political Science and minored in East Asian Studies at Haverford. Zoom links/information to follow closer to the event date.
Inspired to increase the number of Black women lawyers and motivated by the prohibitively high costs associated with law school applications, the aspiring lawyer created the Legally BLK Fund, which has raised over $14,000 in one month.
As a result of operational changes due to COVID-19, the Public Policy Forum has been cancelled.
Students in Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science Christopher Chiego's American Foreign Policy class spent a day in the nation's capital with support from the Center for Peace and Global Citizenship.
Three Fords are part of a Bi-Co team of students spending their summer in Mexico City at two nonprofits that support people who have recently returned from or been deported by the U.S. The internship finds them teaching English classes, hosting movie nights, preparing meals, and organizing activists across the region.