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Rhetoric of Terrorism

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This continues our series of student reflections and†analysis authored by our research team. Future posts will focus on gender, religion, race and ethnicity, the role played by federal informants in sentencing, denaturalization as a response†to terrorism,† deciphering the distinction between hate crimes and other forms of bias-motivated violence, and a host of other topics. Stay […]

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Greetings from tPP!

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Beginning today, tPP will feature weekly blog posts from our student research team on a variety of topics. Stay tuned! Greetings from tPP! Hello, and welcome to the first blog update of the semester. Weíve only met once thus far as a class; we have one three-hour class every Thursday afternoon as well as an […]

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Slow steps forward with Twitter

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Yesterday, the Prosecution Project took a bold step forward, dipping its foot ever-so-slightly into the world of social media. We now present to you our Twitter feed! While I must admit that we’re not quite sure the function of this feed for the project, but allow me to propse two ways in which Twitter can […]

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Building tPP

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Hello from tPP! This blog will serve as a basis to report on the progress of our coding, analysis and reporting as we continue to study the way in which acts of political violence are prosecuted in the United States since 1990. Beginning in September 2018, we will post weekly updates for the project. Teams […]

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Former Team Members

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Former team members ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬†¬† ¬† ¬† Other students who have briefly assisted tPP include: Alex Avila, Megan Boyce, Reagan Brown, Allyson Croy, Rachel Faraci, Megan Frankland, Monica Cely Gomez, JJ Hartwell, Hayley Huge, […]