Monthly Archives: September 2013

The Arab Spring and GDELT

My dissertation, still in its very early stages, seeks to understand how protests spread across countries, with a focus on the Arab Spring.  One source of data I am exploring is Phil Schrodt and Kalev Leetaru’s Global Database of Events, Location, and Tone (GDELT), a machine-coded events dataset.  (GDELT is an amazing resource; to read […]

Introduction

This page is a repository of notes of things to remember, cool posts from around the political science blogosphere, and anything else I find interesting.