We are excited to soon begin the 2019/20 cycle of the Comparative Politics Workshop! We are working to finalize the schedule for Fall 2019 and all updates will be posted here shortly.
The Comparative Politics Workshop at the University of Notre Dame is a graduate student-led forum geared towards presenting and discussing papers and research projects during the academic semester. The workshop provides an intimate setting for graduate student scholars to showcases and receive feedback on their research papers, prospectuses and dissertations. Our research covers all world regions and includes topics such as religion and politics, political parties and partisanship, democratic development and much more. Workshops include not only graduates students, but faculty members and Kellogg Institute Visiting Fellows who work alongside students by providing constructive feedback on their research in progress.
This page is also a place to find information regarding the Comparative Politics field and other related events. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to an exciting, enriching, and productive year ahead!
Hannah Early Bagdanov
Comparative Politics Field Representative, 2019-2020