• The Burdine Chronicles: Volume 1, Issue 1 

    Department of Government (2011-11-29)
    Contents: Letter from the Chair -- Texas Reception at the Midwest Political Science Association Annual Conference -- New Website Coming this Year -- Research Facility Update -- Texas Politics -- Faculty Updates -- Recent ...
  • The Burdine Chronicles: Volume 1, Issue 2 

    Department of Government (2011-11-29)
    Contents: Letter from the Chair -- Texas Reception at APSA -- Website Updates -- Emmette Redford Elected APSA President 50 Years Ago -- Faculty Updates -- Alumni Updates -- Recent Graduates -- Recent Job Placements -- Did ...
  • The Burdine Chronicles: Volume 2, Issue 1 

    Department of Government (2011-11-29)
    Contents: Letter from the Chair -- $500 Prize for Best Alumni Paper at Midwest -- Texas Reception at Midwest -- Walter Dean Burnham Symposium -- April JOP -- General Newsletter and Facebook -- Alumni Updates -- Faculty ...
  • The Burdine Chronicles: Volume 2, Issue 2 

    Department of Government (2011-11-29)
    Contents: Letter from the Chair -- Best Alumni Paper at Midwest -- Texas Reception at APSA -- Sandy Levinson to Receive Lifetime Achievement Award -- Alumni Updates -- Faculty Updates -- Graduate Student Updates -- Alumni ...
  • The Burdine Chronicles: Volume 3, Issue 1 

    Department of Government (2011-11-29)
    Contents: Letter from the Chair -- Congratulations Janet Box-Steffensmeier -- Texas Reception at MPSA -- Alumni Speaker Series -- Mel Hinich Fund Approved -- Claude Dooley-Betty Dooley Endowed Graduate Fellowship -- HR 116 ...
  • The Burdine Chronicles: Volume 3, Issue 2 

    Department of Government (2011-11-29)
    Contents: Letter from the Chair -- Texas Reception at APSA -- Policy Agendas Project Short Course at APSA -- Wagner Send-Off -- Alumni Speaker Series: Danny Hayes -- Lin and Niou Leading TAPSA -- Holtzman, Mellow, Theriault, ...
  • The Burdine Chronicles: Volume 4, Issue 1 

    Department of Government (2012-04-24)
    Contents: Letter from the Chair, Teaching Awards -- Alumni Books -- Alumni Speaker Series, Alumni Promotions -- Recent Books, Faculty Updates -- Graduate Student Papers at Midwest, Graduate Student Updates -- Alumni Updates ...
  • Goodbye & Good Luck! 

    Department of Government (2011-11-22)
    In This Issue: What Must Republicans Learn From the Obama Campaign? / by Max Everett -- The Bunche Experience / by Kiah Lewis -- On the Campaign Trail / by Brittany Ross -- Learning to Govern, Learning to Live / by Coby ...
  • Goodbye and Good Luck! 

    Department of Government (2011-11-22)
    In This Issue: Political Ideology and Expression on Campus / by Lauren Ratliff -- Maintaining GOP Dominance in Texas / by Justin May -- Texas Redistricting - To Whom Go the Spoils? / by Ernest McGowen -- Business Implications ...
  • Goodbye and Good Luck! 

    Department of Government (2011-11-22)
    In This Issue: Europe on the Brink / by James Galbraith -- Italian Given Worst Job in Europe / by Ben Carliner -- Constitutional Reform in Eurasia / by Julie A. George -- Who Won the Iraq War? / by Ali Rawaf -- We Have ...
  • Goodbye and Good Luck! 

    Department of Government (2011-11-22)
    In This Issue: The Budget Gap / by Alexis Senger -- Stem Cell Research and Texas / by Charles Schotz -- Commercial Banks and the Great Recession / by Jeffrey Friedman -- There's No Place Like Home / Mary Josie Blanchard ...
  • Goodbye and Good Luck! 

    Department of Government (2011-11-22)
    In This Issue: Creating Positive Change / by Sarah Weddington -- Women in Politics / by Janet K. Boles -- Reflections from the South Lawn / by Cassy Dorff -- Political Science and Leadership / by Bruce Grube -- Words of ...
  • Goodbye and Good Luck! 

    Department of Government (2012-11-15)
    In This Issue: Benefitting From Fear: The United States Political and Media Portrayal of Spillover Crime on the U.S.-Mexico Border / by Wilson Albright -- The Mind and Sociability of the Democratic Man / by Jackson Archer ...
  • Life & Letters: Special Government Issue 

    College of Liberal Arts (2011-11-29)
    Contents: 100 Years -- Message from the President -- Political Theory on the Rise -- Capitalism Promotes Peace -- Professor Advises Drafters of New Kenyan Constitution -- Teaching Awards -- Student News -- From Batts Hall ...