Student Articles and Publications

Yale University Department of Political Science undergraduate and graduate students start writing and publishing early on and continue throughout their careers.

Any student, graduate or undergraduate, that wishes to submit an article, opinion piece or book that they have written or co-authored, please visit the Student Articles and Publications Submissions page.

Thank you.


 

Publications

Contesting Identities in South Sinai:  Development, Transformation and the Articulation of a “Bedouin” Identity under Egyptian Rule.

Joshua R. Goodman

The Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern and African Studies
ISBN: 978-965-224-097-2
 

Purchase this book here.

Articles

   
Aid Modalities Matter: The Impact of Different World Bank and IMF Programs on Democratization in Developing Countries Kassandra Birchler in International Studies Quarterly, 2016
   
Making aid work for education in developing countries Kassandra Birchler in International Journal of Educational Development, 2016
   
Democratic Theory, The Boundary Problem, and Global Reform Shmuel Nili in The Review of Politics
January 2017 (forthcoming)
   
Economic Crises and Trade Policy Competition

Cameron Ballard-Rosa, Allison Carnegie, Nikhar Gaikwad in British Journal of Political Science
Forthcoming

   
The Majority-Minority Divide in Attitudes Toward Internal Migration: Evidence from Mumbai

Nikhar Gaikwad and Gareth Nellis in
American Journal of Political Science
Forthcoming

   
Dangerous Health? Nietzsche’s Physiological Discourse between Nuremberg and Jerusalem Shmuel Nili in
History of Political Thought
Forthcoming
   

Environmental Reform, Negative Duties, and Petrocrats: A Strategic Green Energy Argument

Shmuel Nili in
The Journal of Politics
Forthcoming
   
Liberal Integrity and Foreign Entanglement Shmuel Nili in
American Political Science Review
Forthcoming
   
Does Electoral Competition Affect Public Goods Provision in Dominant-Party Regimes? Evidence from Tanzania Steven Rosenzweig in
Electoral Studies
Volume 39, September 2015
   
Caliphate of Law:  ISIS’ Ground Rules Andrew March and Mara Revkin in
Foreign Affairs
April 15, 2015
   
Hannah Arendt reads Carl Schmitt’s The Nomos of the Earth:  A Dialogue on Law and Geopolitics From the Margins Anna Jurkevics in
European Journal of Political Theory
0(0) 1-22, 2015
   
Cosmopolitan Law And Time:  Toward A Theory of Constitutionalism And Solidarity In Transition Paul P. Linden-Retek in
Global Constitutionalism
(2015), 4;2, 1-38
Cambridge University Press
   
Civil Disobedience & Punishment: (Mis)reading Justification & Strategy from SNCC to Snowden Erin Pineda in
History of the Present
Vol. 5, No. 1 (Spring 2015)
   
The Queerness of Distraction: A Research Program for Theory and Theology M. T. Calhoun Shafer in
Theology & Sexuality
Volume 20, number 1 (2015)
   
Triadic Legal Pluralism in North Sinai:  A Case Study of State, Shari’a and ‘Urf Courts in Conflict and Cooperation Mara Revkins in
UCLA Journal of Islamic and Near Eastern Law
13(1), 2014
   
Past Tense, Future Perfect: Protest and Progress at the 1964 World’s Fair Erin Pineda in 
The Appendix
September 2, 2014
   
Reevaluating Foreign-Imposed Regime Change William Nomikos in
International Security
Vol. 38, No. 3 (Winter 2013/14)
pp 184-195
   
Why Do The Victors Kill The Vanquished?  Explaining Political Violence in Post World War II Italy.

Francesca Grandi in
Journal of Peace Research
50(5) 577-593, 2013

   
Rawlzickian Global Politics Shmuel Nili in
The Journal of Political Philosophy
Volume 21 (2013): 473-495
   
Rigorist Cosmopolitanism: A Kantian Alternative to Pogge Shmuel Nili in
Politics, Philosophy & Economics
Volume 12 (2013): pp. 260-287
   
Presidential Prospects, Political Support, and Stock Market Performance Nikhar Gaikwad in
Quarterly Journal of Political Science
2013, Vol. 8: No. 4, pp. 451-464
   
Democratic Disengagement: Towards Rousseauian Global Reform Shmuel Nili in
International Theory
Volume 3 (2011): pp. 355-389