Jane Bennett, William Connolly, and Richard S. Katz, all professors in the Department of Political Science, appeared on the Political Science 400, a list of most-cited scholars teaching in PhD-granting institutions based on Google Scholar citation counts. Connolly and Bennett are also recognized as among the top 25 scholars in the field of political theory, and Bennett as one of the top 40 most-cited women scholars. In addition, Margaret Keck, a professor emerita of political science, is noted as one of the top 25 still-active emeritus scholars in the nation.
Christopher Cannon, the Bloomberg Distinguished Professor of English and Classics, has co-authored, with Sayeed Choudhury and Mark Patton of the Sheridan Libraries, "The History of Meter and the History of English Grammar." Their proposal is the recipient of the Spring 2019 Institute for Data Intensive Engineering and Sciences Seed Funding Initiative Award, which provides seed funding for data-intensive computing projects.
Christopher Lakey, an assistant professor in the Department of History of Art, has written a new book, Sculptural Seeing: Relief, Optics, and the Rise of Perspective in Medieval Italy. It is featured on Yale University's new A&Ae Portal, a digitized service for books on art and architecture.