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Luke E. Perry, Ph.D.
Chair, Government & Politics
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Professor Perry publishes a new book, Mitt Romney, Mormonism, and the 2012 Election, Palgrave MacMillan, (August 2014) ► Full Story

Professor Perry speaks to WKTV News about the NY election for Governor (August 29, 2014) ► Full Story

The Government and Politics Department welcomes Dr. Jun Kwon as a new tenure-track faculty member with expertise in East Asian Politics. Dr. Kwon is an accomplished teacher whose research focuses on China and North Korea. (August 2014)

Professor Perry’s book chapter “What Romney’s Nomination Means for Mormons and the Presidency” (Chapter 19) was published in The American Election 2012 (Palgrave-MacMillan) an edited volume organized by the New Hampshire Institute for Politics at Saint Anselm College (August 2014)

Professor Orlin lectured at the Minority Rights Academy (MRA), an event sponsored by the Albanian Human Rights Group (AHRG) and the German Embassy, in Voskopoja, Albania, (July 25-30, 2014)

Professor Orlin participated in a training Program for Tamil Human Rights advocates for British in London, UK, (July 3-5, 2014).

Professor Orlin presented “Human Rights and Human Wrongs: Tamil Rights in Sri Lanka” at the International Conference on Freedom and Justice- Remedial Approaches to Gross Human Rights Violations: The Tamil Struggle for Transnational Justice, Toronto, Ontario, (April 26, 2014)

Professor Orlin spoke at the Naturalization Ceremony at the United States District Court in Utica, NY (April 10, 2014)


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Departmental Events



September 10, 2014

Pizza and Politics

, Dr. Tom Christ, Professor of Anthropology, will lead a discussion on his work and experiences in Albania (open to all students, faculty, and staff)

September 24, 2014

Pizza and Politics

, Dr. Domenica Newell-Amato, Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages, will lead a discussion on Paris of “La Belle Epoch” (open to all students, faculty, and staff)

October 8, 2014

Pizza and Politics

, Dr. Kathryn Silva, Assistant Professor of History, will lead a discussion on her work and experiences in Cape Verde (open to all students, faculty, and staff)

October 22, 2014

Pizza and Politics

, Dr. Paulina Maria Niechcial, Visiting Professor of Sociology from Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland, will lead a discussion on her work and experiences in Iran (open to all students, faculty, and staff)

November 5, 2014

Pizza and Politics

, Dr. JT Kwon, Assistant Professor of Government and Politics, will lead a discussion on his research regarding North Korea



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