The Comparative Politics Workshop at the University of Notre Dame is a graduate student-led forum. Workshops include not only graduates students, but faculty members and Kellogg Institute Visiting Fellows who work along side students by providing constructive feedback on their research in progress.
Our spring series will highlight a number of exciting research papers and dissertation chapters covering topics such as post-conflict regime building, the politics of disaster recovery, social identity voting, identifying robust anti-corruption efforts, candidate selection processes, and gender dynamics in the Middle East.
Please see our Spring 2019 Schedule to learn more.
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Comparative Politics Field Representative, 2018-2019