NOTE:  THE FOLLOWING TEXTS ARE DESIGNED TO HELP CURRENT OR FUTURE GRADUATE STUDENTS BETTER UNDERSTAND THE WRITING EXPECTATIONS IN POLITICAL SCIENCE AS A DISCIPLINE. PLEASE DO NOT CITE OR CIRCULATE WITHOUT THE AUTHOR’S PERMISSION.

1. Graduate School Manuscripts (Princeton University, M.A., Ph.D)

POL506 InternationalRelations: “The Non-Interventionists.”

POL547 AmericanPolitics: “No Room for Error.”

POL554 InternationalSecurity: “The State of Nature and the Nature of State.”

POL517 InternationalPoliticalTheory: “Better off Alone?” 

POL505 ExperimentalMethods: “Institutions of Competition.”

POL543 AmericanPolitics: “Intersectionality in Social Movements.”


2. Undergraduate School Manuscripts (Duke University, B.A. cum laude)

HonorsThesis(Revised): “An Interpretation to End All Wars?” 

PHIL656 PolPhil: “How and Why Hegel Predicted the United Nations’ Demise”

POL656 IPE: “A Replication of Allee and Peinhardt’s Power Politics Model”