Perceptions of Threat to Religious Liberty

By Kirby Goidel (Texas A&M University), Brian Smentkowski (Queens University of Charlotte) and Craig Freeman (Oklahoma State University) Religious freedom in the United States is widely enjoyed and vigorously protected. Yet, a substantial percentage of Americans believe that their […]


Effects of Gender Quotas on Women’s Political Leadership

 Gender Quotas and Women’s Political Leadership by Diana Z. O’Brien and Johanna Rickne Though more than 100 countries have adopted gender quotas, the effects of these reforms on women’s political leadership are largely unknown. We exploit […]


Non-domination or Practices of Freedom?

Non-domination or Practices of Freedom? French Muslim Women, Foucault, and The Full Veil Ban Inés Valdez, Ohio State University This article proposes a conception of freedom understood as practices. Based on Michel Foucault’s work on the […]