February Thu, 2022
Stars and Shadows: The Politics Interracial Friendship from Jefferson to Obama
In his next book, "Stars and Shadows: The Politics Interracial Friendship from Jefferson to Obama," Professor Saladin Ambar explores the role public friendships across racial lines have played in shaping American democracy. Ambar's narrative weaves the story of how friendship's performance throughout America's history has expanded the boundaries of who could be considered an intimate, a citizen, and ultimately, an equal. Publication is scheduled for June 2022.
December Mon, 2021
Gender and Elections: Shaping the Future of American Politics
"Gender and Elections: Shaping the Future of American Politics," is the fifth and latest edition of the Gender and Elections series, was released earlier this week. Edited by CAWP Senior Scholar Susan J. Carroll, Richard L. Fox of Loyola Marymount University, and CAWP Scholar and Director of Research Kelly Dittmar, this latest volume “offers a lively, multi-faceted account of the role of gender." The book includes essays from scholars across the country, including CAWP Senior Scholar Kira Sanbonmatsu.
September Tue, 2021
Teaching Civic Engagement Globally
Eagleton Professor and Director of the Center for Youth Political Participation Elizabeth C. Matto is the book's lead editor.
July Tue, 2018
American Cicero: Mario Cuomo and the Defense of American Liberalism
“Mario Cuomo was the most important Democratic officeholder during the Reagan era. The three-term governor of New York was also a famously eloquent defender of the Democratic Party's progressive legacy even as conservatives gained political power across the nation.” Written by Eagleton faculty and Eagleton Center on the American Governor scholar Saladin Ambar.