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Learning How to Play with Machines

Learning to Play with the Machines will increase visibility, scholarship, and communication between the fields of political and computer science. The project is organized around three major themes: Dialogue, Discovery, and Design. The centerpiece of […]

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Georgetown Political Science Predoctoral Summer Institute and Washington-Area Political Science Predoctoral Summer Institute Consortium

The continued relevance of political science requires transforming the composition of the population of students pursuing doctorates in the discipline to include groups that are currently under-represented, thereby enabling the diversification of the professoriate. We […]

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Geopolitics of Knowledge in the Covid-19 Era: A Policy Window for Epistemic Tension and Self-Determination in Africa?

  The Covid-19 pandemic is a critical juncture in how knowledge is created and disseminated globally with different implications and outcomes for different geographies. It provides an opportunity to question how knowledge is gained or […]

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The Expansions Initiative

The Expansions Initiative seeks to increase the diversity of the political methodology community and the field of political science. The goal of the initiative is to encourage undergraduate and master’s students from underrepresented minority groups […]