Prof. Tismaneanu's Co-authored Book, Putin's Totalitarian Democracy: Ideology, Myth, and Violence in the Twenty-First Century Now Out!
While attitudes about climate change tend to be sharply divided along partisan lines, new research from the UMD Department of Government and Politics looks at the issue from the perspective of two social identities in the United States: Latinos and members of “MillZ”—a term researchers use to describe young adults categorized as members of the Millennial Generation or Generation Z.
UMD Research Shows COVID-19 Risk Reduces Comfort with In-Person Voting, Does Not Increase Comfort with Mail Balloting
The possibility of contracting COVID-19 reduces comfort voting in-person but does not increase comfort voting by mail, finds new research by GVPT Ph.D. Candidate Alauna Safarpour and CDCE Research Director Mike Hanmer.
COVID-19 Complications Shouldn’t Keep College Students From Casting Ballots, Says GVPT Professor Mike Hanmer
Despite recent disruptions to the living arrangements of many of the nation’s nearly 20 million college students, they can and should vote this fall—and they generally have the option to do so where they attend schoo
GVPT Professor Stella Rouse Examines Adherence to COVID-19 Preventative Measures Across Racial Groups in the Washington Post's Monkey Cage
GVPT Professor Stella Rouse recently appeared in the Washington Post's Monkey Cage blog to examine adherence to COVID-19 preventative measures across racial groups.