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Comparative Politics

ayca arkilic Ayca Arkilic
Dissertation: Between the Homeland and Host States: Turkey’s Diaspora Policies and Immigrant Political Participation in France and Germany
Advisor: Terri Givens/Gary Freeman
Interests: Comparative Politics, International Relations, Public Policy, Middle Eastern Politics, European Politics, Religion and Politics, Islamic Studies, Immigration, Transnationalism, Democratization
Web: http://www.aycaarkilic.com/
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Riitta Riitta-Ilona Koivumaeki
Dissertation: Institutional Constraints on Economic Nationalism in Latin America
Advisor: Kurt Weyland
Interests: Comparative Politics, International Relations, Latin American Politics, Comparative and International Political Economy, International Institutions, Qualitative and Mixed Research Methods
Web: https://sites.google.com/a/utexas.edu/rik/
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jessica price Jessica Price
Dissertation: We Will Not Be Quiet: Clientelism, Keystone Organizations, and the Dynamics of Protest in Indigenous Southern Mexico
Advisor: Raul Madrid
Interests: Ethnic Politics; Indigenous Politics; Mexican and Latin American Politics; Protest and Social Movements; Clientelism; Legal Systems and Minority Rights; Legal Reform and Crime in Latin America
Web: Price-Web
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rhodes-purdy Matthew Rhodes-Purdy
Dissertation: Beyond the balance sheet: performance, procedural justice and support for democracy in Latin America
Advisor: Kurt Weyland
Interests: Political Participation, Political Behavior, Democratic Theory, Support for Democracy, Political Parties, Latin American Politics
Web: Rhodes-Purdy Web
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