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Yashar and Tudor-Block reflect on gender and the editorial process

Deborah Yashar, editor of "World Politics" and professor of politics and international affairs and co-director of the Democracy and Development Project at Princeton University, and Carissa Tudor-Block, a Ph.D. candidate in comparative politics, reflect on gender and the editorial process at the journal in the May issue of "Political Science & Politics."
Thursday, June 14, 2018

Deborah Yashar, editor of "World Politics" and professor of politics and international affairs and co-director of the Democracy and Development Project at Princeton University, and Carissa Tudor-Block, a Ph.D. candidate in comparative politics, reflect on gender and the editorial process at the journal in the May issue of "Political Science & Politics."

Founded in 1948, "World Politics" is an internationally renowned quarterly journal of political science published by Cambridge University Press and produced under the editorial sponsorship of the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies at Princeton (PIIRS).