Over the past decade, graduate students in the Political Science department have created a valuable common pool resource consisting of course syllabi, reading lists for preliminary exams, and reading notes and summaries. This resource provides a foundation for scholars interested in becoming familiar with the literature on comparative politics. This resource is accessible to University of Michigan-affiliated individuals at this link.
Originally provided courtesy of Prof. Mark Tessler, this is a document listing a variety of internal and external funding opportunities for comparative politics research. This list is a living document, so please add new funding opportunities and update/remove out-of-date entries as appropriate. This resource is accessible to University of Michigan-affiliated individuals at this link.
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