“Coups, Rivals, and the Modern State” by Beth S. Rabinowitz

Coups, Rivals, and the Modern State Why Rural Coalitions Matter in Sub-Saharan Africa

Description “State development in Africa is risky, even life-threatening. Heads of state must weigh the advantage of promoting political and economic development against the risk of fortifying dangerous political rivals. This book takes a novel approach to the study of neopatrimonial rule by placing security concerns at the center of state-building. Using quantitative evidence from … Read more of “Coups, Rivals, and the Modern State” by Beth S. Rabinowitz

Dr. Kelly Dittmar to present at the Chancellor’s New Faculty Research Symposium on 10/30 

Six new faculty members, three of whom are from the Faculty of Arts and Sciences–Camden, will present their research on Monday, October 30th, at the Chancellor’s New Faculty Research Symposium.  All are welcome to attend this free event, which will take place from 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. in the Campus Center’s Multi-Purpose Room.  Lunch … Read more of Dr. Kelly Dittmar to present at the Chancellor’s New Faculty Research Symposium on 10/30 

Rutgers–Camden was the ideal school for Chelsea Coccia, CCAS ’17.

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Chelsea Coccia, a 2017 graduate of Rutgers University-Camden, is proud to sport her Rutgers pride and cannot imagine having gone to college anywhere else. “I chose Rutgers–Camden over other schools I was accepted to because I knew that there must be a reason Rutgers had such a good name and reputation,” Chelsea says. Rutgers–Camden’s low … Read more of Rutgers–Camden was the ideal school for Chelsea Coccia, CCAS ’17.