Congratulations to two of our Program Faculty Members:
Alice Kang, associate professor of political science and ethnic studies, received the C. Herman Pritchett Book Award from the American Political Science Association for the book “Reimagining the Judiciary: Women’s Representation on High Courts Worldwide.” The book, which Kang co-authored, examines women’s representation in the high courts in five country case studies based on interviews and archival research and provides a theoretical framework explaining how it has changed over time.
Carole Levin, professor emeritus, published “The Reign and Life of Queen Elizabeth I,” a new book that provides an overview of politics, culture and society during the reign of Elizabeth I. The book offers an introduction to Elizabeth’s reign, while also providing useful detail for those already familiar. Read more about her book here.
(from Nebraska Today, 8/12/22)