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The scholarship application process has begun for academic year 2013-2014. We encourage our students to review the list of scholarships and to apply for the awards for which they are best qualified.
RECENT FACULTY PUBLICATIONS:
Bell, Sam. Forthcoming. “What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You: Information, External Transparency, and Interstate Conflict, 1982-1999.” Conflict Management and Peace Science.
Bell, Sam, Tavashi Bhasin, K. Chad Clay, and Amanda Murdie. Forthcoming. “Taking the Fight to Them: Neighborhood Human Rights Organizations and Domestic Protest.” British Journal of Political Science.
Bell, Sam, Richard Frank, and Paul Macharia. Forthcoming. “Passenger or Driver?: A Cross-National Examination of Media Coverage and Civil War Interventions.” International Interactions.
Bell, Sam, David Cingranelli, Amanda Murdie, and Alper Caglayan. Forthcoming, "Coercion, Capacity, and Coordination: A Risk Assessment Model of the Determinants of Political Violence." Conflict Management and Peace Science.
Bell, Sam R., K. Chad Clay, and Amanda Murdie. 2012. “Neighborhood Watch: Spatial Effects of Human Rights INGOs.” Journal of Politics 74(2): 1-16.
Ciftci, Sabri. 2012. “Islamophobia and Threat Perceptions: Explaining Anti-Muslim Sentiment in the West.” Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs. 32(3): 293-309.
Fliter, John A. and Derek Hoff. 2012. Fighting Foreclosure: The Blaisdell Case, the Contract Clause, and the Great Depression. University Press of Kansas.
Grasse, Nathan and Brianne Heidbreder. 2011. “The Influence of Lobbying Activity in State Legislatures: Evidence from the State of Wisconsin.” Legislative Studies Quarterly. 36: 567-589.
Heidbreder, Brianne. 2012. “Agenda Setting in the States: How Politics and Policy Needs Shape Gubernatorial Agendas.” Politics & Policy. 40:296-319.
Heidbreder, Brianne, Douglas Ihrke, Nathan Grasse, and Brian Cherry. 2011. “Policy Importance and Policy Conflict in Michigan Municipalities.” State and Local Government Review. 43: 32-45.
Herspring, Dale. 2012. "Russian Military Reform: A View from the USA." Esskport Vooryzheniy.
Herspring, Dale. 2012. Is Military Reform Over? In Return to Putin's Russia: Past Imperfect, Future Uncertain, ed. Stephen Wegern. Boulder, Rowman and Littlefield.
Herspring, Dale. 2012. Searching for a More Viable Form of Civil-Military Relations: The Canadian and American Experiences. In Civil-Military Relations in Perspective: Strategy, Structure and Policy, ed. Stephen J. Cimbala. Surrey, UK, Ashgate.
Herspring, Dale. 2012. Russian Nuclear and Conventional Weapons: The Broken Relationship. In Carlisle, Strategic Studies Institute, ed. Stephen J. Blank. Carlisle.
Johnson, Jesse C., Mark Souva, and Dale Smith. Forthcoming. “Market Protecting Institutions and the WTO’s Ability to Promote Trade.” International Studies Quarterly.
Johnson, Laurie M. 2012. Locke and Rousseau: Two Enlightenment Responses to Honor. Lexington Books, scholarly subsidiary of Rowman & Littlefield.
Johnson Bagby, Laurie M. 2011. Thucydides and the Importance of Ideology. In Oligarchy, ed. David Tabachnick. University of Toronto Press.
Kisangani, Emizet and Jeffrey Pickering. Forthcoming. Rebels, Rivals, and Post-Colonial State Building: Identifying Bellicist Influences on State Extractive Capacity. International Studies Quarterly.
Martinez Machain, Carla and T. Clifton Morgan. Forthcoming. "The Effect of US Troop Deployment on Host States' Foreign Policy." Armed Forces & Society.
Pickering, Jeffrey and Emizet Kisangani. 2011. Democratic Accountability and Diversionary Force: Democratic Regime Types and the Use of Benevolent and Hostile Military Force. Journal of Conflict Resolution. 55 (6): 1021-1046.
Pickering, Jeffrey. 2011. Dangerous Drafts? A Cross-National Analysis of Conscription and the Use of Military Force, 1946-2001. Armed Forces & Society. 37(1): 119-140.
Stapley, Craig. 2012. “The Domestic Rally Effect and Terrorism.” Global Security Studies. 3(4): 11-20.
RECENT FACULTY PRESENTATIONS:
Bell, Sam. “Coercion, Capacity, and Coordination: A Risk Assessment Model of the Determinants of Political Violence." Montesquieu Institute. November 2011, The Hague, The Netherlands.
Ciftci, Sabri. "Parties after Revolution: Social and Economic Origins of Political Parties in the Middle East." Middle East Studies Association Meeting, 2012, Denver, CO.
Franke, Jim. Participated in workshops at the meeting of the National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration. October 2012, Austin, Texas.
Johnson, Jesse C. “The Cost of Security: Foreign Policy Concessions and Military Alliances.” Presented at the annual meeting of the International Studies Association, March 2012, San Diego, CA.
Johnson, Laurie. "Honor in Today's America." Keynote Speaker for the Midwest Philosophy Colloquium, April 5-6, 2012, University of Minnesota-Morris.
Martinez Machain, Carla. “Aerial Campaign Duration and the Interaction of Air and Ground Strategies.” Presented at the annual meeting of the International Studies Association, March 2012, San Diego, CA.
Stapley, Craig. “Targeting of NGOs by Terrorist Groups: A Quantitative Study,” with Amanda Murdie. Presented at Midwest Conference of the International Studies Association on November 3rd, 2012, St. Louis, MO.
Tummala, Krishna K. “Corruption in India; The Rising Role of Civil Society.” XXII World Congress of Political Science, July 9, 2012 Madrid, Spain.
Tummala, Krishna K. “Corruption in India.” Vernon Larson International Lecture. April 10, 2012, Kansas State Campus.