With ancient roots in political philosophy, Political Science at Notre Dame is organized into five subfields: American politics, comparative politics, international relations, political theory and Constitutional studies.
These resources will provide background information or context for your project or paper. They will also assist you in identifying key themes, participants, and events as you focus your research.
Maps and atlases are a central resource in the study of politics, conflict, and peace. The Hesburgh Libraries have a collection of large, detailed maps published by various U.S. government agencies located in the Hesburgh Library Lower Level and in the Reference Atlas Case (first floor). For more information, see our Library Guide on Maps.