New books by Politics faculty

November 05, 2013

Twelve Politics professors have published major books in the last few years:

Ronnie Lipschutz, Political Economy, Capitalism and Popular Culture (Rowman & Littlefield, 2010). [Go to Press Catalog]

Mark Fathi Massoud, Law's Fragile State: Colonial, Authoritarian, and Humanitarian Legacies in Sudan (Cambridge University Press, 2013). [Go to Press Catalog] [Law and Society Association award]

Dean Mathiowetz, Appeals To Interest: Language, Contestation, and the Shaping of Political Agency (Penn State University Press, 2011). [Go to Press Catalog]

Robert Meister, After Evil: A Politics of Human Rights (Columbia University Press, 2010). [Go to Press Catalog]

Eleonora Pasotti, Political Branding in Cities: The Decline of Machine Politics in Bogota, Naples, and Chicago (Cambridge University Press, 2009). [Go to Press Catalog]

Benjamin L. Read, Roots of the State: Neighborhood Organization and Social Networks in Beijing and Taipei (Stanford University Press, 2012). [Go to Press Catalog]

Roger Schoenman, Networks and Institutions in Europe's Emerging Markets (Cambridge University Press, 2014). [Go to Press Catalog]

Vanita Seth, Europe's Indians: Producing Racial Difference, 1500-1900 (Duke University Press, 2010). [Go to Press Catalog]

Melanie Jean Springer, How the States Shaped the Nation: American Electoral Institutions and Voter Turnout, 1920-2000 (University of Chicago Press, 2014). [Go to Press Catalog]

Megan Thomas, Orientalists, Propagandists, and Ilustrados: Filipino Scholarship and the End of Spanish Colonialism (University of Minnesota Press, 2012). [Go to Press Catalog]

Michael Urban, Cultures of Power in Post-Communist Russia (Cambridge University Press, 2010). [Go to Press Catalog]

Daniel Wirls, Irrational Security: The Politics of Defense from Reagan to Obama (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2010). [Go to Press Catalog]