Tino rangiwewehitanga: An indigenous articulation of decolonial Tribal governance in Aotearoa/New Zealand, Oct 30

Oct. 10, 2019

11:00 AM - 12:30 PM Student Commons 1300 Presented by Maori Fulbright Visiting Scholar: Dr. Rangimarie Mahuika, University of Waikato, Aotearoa/New Zealand, (Ngāti Rangiwewehi, Ngāti Whakaue, Te Rarawa) has an interdisciplinary background in Education and Law and has both published on and taught about Kaupapa Māori research theory and methods...

Abolishing Columbus Day: The Long Struggle of Indigenous Peoples' Resistance, Oct 10

Oct. 10, 2019

3:00 pm Tivoli room 440 Dr. Nick Estes is a citizen of the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe, Assistant Professor at the University of New Mexico, co-founder of The Red Nation, and author of Our History Is The Future: Standing Rock Versus the Dakota Access Pipeline , and Long Tradition of...

Minsun Ji selected as the DAAPIC 2019 Mayor’s Diversity Award honoree

Sept. 10, 2019

The Denver Asian American Pacific Islander Commission Mayor’s Diversity Award is given to recognize leadership in advancing social justice work. Minsun Ji is the Political Science department’s Director of the Center for New Directions in Politics and Public Policy. Minsun was selected this year for her work as a labor...

Jim Walsh highlighted on CU on the Air Podcast

Aug. 13, 2019

CU on the Air host Ken McConnellogue spoke with Assistant Professor of Political Science Jim Walsh, who for more than a decade has researched Leadville’s Irish community during the late 1800s silver mining boom. Walsh is working with the Irish government and the Colorado Irish community to have a memorial...

Otañez and Walsh present on day labor issues

April 9, 2019

Marty Otañez, Associate Professor of Anthropology (withcollaborator Carlos Jimenez) conducted a public screening of digital stories created by day laborers and domestic workers . The event was part of the research project “Self-Documenting the Everyday Lives of Day Laborers in Denver” with funds from the University of Denver Latino Center...

Ji Publishes in Book Series

May 11, 2018

New Directions in Public Policy Director Minsun Ji of the CU Denver Political Science Department recently published a chapter titled "Limitations of Business Unionism and Co-Op Conservatism: A Case Study of Denver's Taxi Driver Union-Cooperatives" in Employee Ownership and Employee Involvement at Work , the most recent release of the...

Jose and Stefes publish on rise of Russian and Chinese regimes in international discourse

March 15, 2018

Betcy Jose and Christoph Stefes recently published a working paper titled, " Russian Norm Entrepreneurship in Crimea: Serious Contestation or Cheap Talk " with the German Institute of Global and Area Studies (GIGA) in Hamburg. In it, the authors explore how powerful autocratic regimes such as Russia and China have...

Jose wins 2018 Brodie Prize

Nov. 16, 2017

Assistant Professor of Political Science Betcy Jose was awarded the 2018 Brodie Prize by the journal of Contemporary Security Policy . The Journal editors award the Bernard Brodie Prize annually to the author(s) of the most outstanding article published in the journal the previous year. Jose won for her article,...

Jose shortlisted for the Bernard Brodie Prize

Sept. 7, 2017

Political Science Assistant Professor Betcy Jose recently published her latest article - titled, " Not completely the new normal: How Human Rights Watch tried to suppress the targeted killing norm ," in Contemporary Security Policy's special August issue on Targeted Killing and International Order. In it, Jose examines the shifting...

Berry’s New Book on the Modern Veto

Aug. 18, 2017

In The Modern Legislative Veto , published in July by the University of Michigan Press, Michael J. Berry , Associate Professor of Political Science, uses a multimethod research design, incorporating quantitative and qualitative analyses, to examine the ways that Congress has used the legislative veto over the past 80 years...

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