Academic Year Schedule

Fall 2020 Schedule:

All sessions over Zoom unless otherwise noted. Contact jturne13@nd.edu for link.

August 21, 3:00 PM
Emma Rosenberg, PhD Candidate in Political Science
“Rally Around the Steeple: Nativist Parties and Religious Rhetoric in Austria, Germany, and Switzerland”

Friday September 11 3:00PM
Shana Scogin, PhD Candidate in Political Science
“Model Robustness in Political Science”

CPW Lightning Round: Friday September 18 3:00PM
Tomás Gold, PhD Student in Sociology
“Comparing Trojan Horses: How Are Free-Market Think Tanks Shaping the Political Landscape of Latin America?”

Isabel Güiza-Gómez, PhD Student in Political Science and Peace Studies
Ilana Rothkopf, PhD Candidate in Political Science
“Perpetual Transitions: Constitutions, Transitional Justice Mechanisms, and Peace Agreements”

Natán Skigin, PhD Student in Political Science
“Winning Hearts and Minds in Drug Wars: Experimental Evidence from Latin America”

October 2, 3:00 PM
Paul Friesen, PhD Candidate in Political Science
“The Partisan Consequences of Liberation Mentality: Deconstructing ZANU PF Support using Spatial and Temporal Variation in Zimbabwe”

October 9, 3:00 PM
Bill Kakenmaster, PhD Student in Political Science
“Democratization and Greenhouse Gas Emissions: A Quasi-Experiment”

October 30, 3:00 PM
Hanah Early Bagdanov, PhD Student in Political Science
Josephine Lechartre, PhD Student in Peace Studies and Political Science
“Roving Rulers: Territorial Control and Wartime Governance Institutions”

November 6, 3:00 PM
Bryce Kleinsteuber, PhD Student in Political Science
“The Internet and Identity in Central Asia”

If you are interested in presenting in an academic year workshop, please contact Jacob Turner at jturne13@nd.edu