Students in this program are trained in the competing values and interests that guide politics. Topics include the nature of political change; the characteristics of different government institutions and leaders; conflict resolution between and within states; political ideas, culture, discourse, and economy; and the politics of gender, race, and class.
Politics Major Granted Best Undergraduate Poster Award at MPSA Meeting
March 13, 2014
Brittany Macon (Politics, C '14) was given an award for the best undergraduate poster presented at the 2013 annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association.
Sewanee Model U.N. Club Participates in MTSU Event
March 10, 2014
On March 1, Sewanee's Model U.N. members traveled to Middle Tennessee State University for a simulation on a crisis situation involving Nigeria.
Politics major receives Honorable Mention for CUR “Posters on the Hill” submission
February 24, 2014
Senior Politics major and Posse Scholar Anna Alikhani received an Honorable Mention from the Council on Undergraduate Research for the poster she submitted to their "Posters on the Hill" session.