Faculty-Student Collaborations

One of the strengths of our PhD program are the frequent and long-lasting research collaborations that emerge between members of the faculty and our PhD students. Below is a brief chronological list of recent publications resulting from these collaborations:

  • Klar1, Samara, Joshua Ridenour2, and Elizabeth Schmitt2. Forthcoming. “Experiments on Social Identities.” In Jonathan Woon (Ed.) Handbook of Experimental Political Science, Edward Elgar Publishing. 
  • Schmitt2, Elizabeth and Samara Klar1. Forthcoming. “Framing.” In The SAGE Encyclopedia of Political Behavior. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications. 
  • Braithwaite1, Alex, and Sangmi Jeong2. 2017. "Diffusion in International Politics." in William R. Thompson (ed.), Empirical Theories of International Relations. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Volgy1, Thomas J., J. Patrick Rhamey3, Paul Bezerra2, and Kelly Gordell2. 2017. "Conflict, Regions and Hierarchies." in William R. Thompson (ed.), Empirical Theories of International Relations. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Volgy1, Thomas J., Paul Bezerra2, J. Patrick Rhamey3, and Jacob Cramer3. 2017. “Is a Region Like Pornography? Pursuing Regional Comparative Analysis in International Politics.” International Studies Review (forthcoming).
  • Bezerra2, Paul, and Alex Braithwaite1. 2016. Locating Foreign Aid Commitments in Response to Political Violence. Public Choice 169(3): 333-355.
  • Norrander1, Barbara, and Jay Wendland3.  2016.  “Open Versus Closed Primaries and the Ideological Composition of Presidential Primary Electorates.”  Electoral Studies 42 (June):  229-36. 
  • Rhamey3, J. Patrick, Michael Slobodchikoff3, and Thomas J. Volgy1. 2015. “"Order and Disorder across Geopolitical Space: The Effect of Declining Dominance on Interstate Conflict." Journal of International Relations and Development.
  • Miller3, Jennifer, Jacob Cramer3, Thomas J. Volgy1, Paul Bezerra2, Megan Hauser3. 2015. “Norms, Behavioral Compliance and Status Attribution in International Politics.” International Interactions 41 (5): 779-804.
  • Norrander1, Barbara, and Jay Wendland3.  2012.  “The Primary End Game and General Election Outcomes:  Are They Connected?”  The Forum 10 (4):  119-26.
  • Norrander1, Barbara, and Jay Wendland3.  2011.  “Redistricting in Arizona.”   In Reapportionment and Redistricting in the West, ed.  Gary F. Moncrief.  Lanham, MD:  Lexington Books, 177-97.  Cited in the U.S. Supreme Court opinion in Arizona State Legislature v. Arizona Redistricting Commission, June 29, 2015.​

1 –faculty

2 –current students

3 –former students