Faculty Spotlight

Schneider on Merits and Costs of Transparency in Qualitative Research

February 15, 2021
Perspective on Politics just published the end product of several years of deliberations among political scientists on the merits and costs of transparency in qualitative research.
It was organized by the American Political Science Association (APSA) section on Qualitative and Multimethod Research.

Judit Sandor's co-authored work was published at Oxford University Press

February 12, 2021

We very happy to announce that Judit Sandor's co-authored work was published at the Oxford University Press today.

With the Title “Decisions at the End of Life “ by David Orentlicher and Judit Sándor in The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Health Law

Edited by David Orentlicher and Tamara K. Herve (2021.)

Discussion with Bochsler in Nations & Nationalism

February 5, 2021
If you want to know more about the quantitative measurement of ethnic and national identity, read the discussion with Daniel Bochsler, Elliott Green, Erin Jenne, Harris Mylonas, Andreas Wimmer in Nations & Nationalism.
Exchange on the quantitative measurement of ethnic and national identity

Gheaus New Article "Ordeals, women and gender justice"

January 20, 2021
Assistant Professor Anca Gheaus published her new article, "Ordeals, women and gender justice", in the journal Economics and Philosophy:
It may be efficient to distribute scarce health resources by small inconveniences: this would direct resources to people who mostly care about them.

Duman analyses the recent political repression of academia in Hungary and Turkey

January 8, 2021
Anil Duman's co-authored paper "Marketisation of Academia and Authoritarian Governments: The Cases of Hungary and Turkey in Critical Perspective" has just been published in Critical Sociology and it analyses the recent political repression of academia in Hungary and Turkey within the critical scholarship on globalisation and neoliberalisation of higher education.