The Campbell Public Affairs Institute is an interdisciplinary center of research and public engagement focused on citizenship and leadership, with faculty from Political Science, Public Administration and International Affairs, History, Philosophy, and Anthropology. Their publications reflect a deep knowledge base, diverse areas of interest, and a concern with both pressing and timeless issues.   

We invite you to explore our faculty and Institute’s publications under the tabs to the left. Featured below is a recent faculty publication.

For additional information on any of our publications, please contact the author directly or Kelley Coleman at the Campbell Public Affairs Institute: email or call 315-443-9707.                 

Featured Books

Lamis Abdelaaty

Lamis Abdelaaty, Author

Assistant Professor, Political Science

Abdelaaty Discrimination 2021

Discrimination and Delegation

Explaining State Responses to Refugees, 2021

ElisabethLasch_Quinn 2019

Elisabeth Lasch-Quinn, Author

Professor, History


Ars Vitae: The Fate of Inwardness and the Return of the Ancient Arts of Living, 2020

Elizabeth Cohen Photo 2018

Elizabeth Cohen, Author

Associate Professor, Political Science

Cohen, Illegal


How America's Lawless Immigration Regime Threatens Us All, 2020