PS@ND:Inside the Department of Political Science University of Notre Dame: College of Arts and Letters
Fall 2009

Woman with Bible and campaign buttons

Notre Dame Elevates Study of Religion and Politics

Tell someone that Notre Dame has a strong theology department, and it won't likely amount to a "stop-the-presses" moment. But the University's religious identity is also a catalyst to research in other fields, as the Department of Political Science can attest Read More


George Lopez

Lopez's Work on Sanctions Earns USIP Fellowship

George A. Lopez, the Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C., Professor of Peace Studies, received a fellowship to spend the 2009–10 academic year at the United States Institute of Peace (USIP), where he is at work on a new book tentatively titled Can Sanctions Be Saved?  Read More


God, Country, Notre Dame: Detail above Basilica door

Notre Dame International Security Program Takes Shape

Established in 2008, the Notre Dame International Security Program intends to bring to bear "the very best in scholarship to consider and address the most important international security policy issues." It's gotten off to a good start.  Read More


Also In This Issue
Department of Political Science
Rooney Center for the Study of American Democracy
Notre Dame International Security Program
The Review of Politics
Faculty Bookshelf
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