What does it mean to get China right? On December 6-7, more than 50 professors of Chinese politics from nearly 40 institutions convened at Duke University to consider this question.
As China has grown in power and stature as the second largest economy in the world, a dominant trading partner,... Read More about Getting China Right: a global conference at Duke »
The Polarization Lab at Duke brings together scholars from the social sciences, statistics, and computer science to develop new technology to bridge America’s partisan divide. Before their first team publication, faculty and graduate students from the Department of Political Science began... Read More about The rise of the Duke Polarization Lab »
Duke hosted a small conference with student presenters and faculty discussants from Duke, Rochester, and Emory. This is an opportunity for students to polish work before larger conference presentations and publication submission.
Thursday, June 13
Jason Todd (Duke), "Differences of Opinion:... Read More about The 2019 Duke-Emory-Rochester Grad Student Conference »