Spring 2017

Spring 2017--WORKSHOP SCHEDULE

  • General Information
  • All workshops will be from 12:00 until 1:15, unless otherwise noted
  • Lunch is provided
  • Location will be announced
     
  • January 20
  • Debra Javeline and Tracy Kijewski-Correa
  • "The Effects of Climate Change Attitudes on Homeowner Responses to Natural Hazards"
  • 320 Malloy Hall
     
  • January 27
  • Kathy Cramer
  • “The Politics of Resentment”
  • Remick Commons, located in Visitation Hall
  • Please contact Lacey Barroso (lbarros1@nd.edu) to RSVP
     
  • February 3
  • David Gibson (Sociology) and Robert Mowry (Sociology)
  • "May it Tease the Court: Humor and Laughter in Supreme Court Oral Arguments"
  • 320 Malloy Hall
     
  • February 10
  • Geoff Layman 
  • Roundtable on Religion and the 2016 Presidential Election
  • 320 Malloy Hall
     
  • February 17
  • Dave Campbell 
  • "Family Matters: The Effects of Adolescents' Exposure to Political Discussion in the Home"
  • 320 Malloy Hall
     
  • February 24
  • Michael Jindra
  • "The Clash of Lifestyle Diversity and Economic Equality"
  • 320 Malloy Hall
     
  • March 3
  • Dave Campbell
  • Roundtable on Teaching Introduction to American Politics
  • 320 Malloy Hall
     
  • March 10, 17
  • Spring Break
     
  • March 21- (Tuesday)
  • 5:00 pm
  • Vesla Weaver
  • "PORTALS: Conversations about Police by the Policed"
  • For additional information on the speaker, visit her personal website here.
  • Location TBD
     
  • March 24
  • NOTE THE UPDATED TIME AND LOCATION
  • 12:00 noon
  • Christina Wolbrecht Book Launch: Counting Women's Ballots
  • 200 Riley Hall
     
  • March 31
  • Graduate Recruitment Weekend
  • 119 O'Shaughnessy Hall
     
  • April 7
  • MPSA conference 
  • No Workshop
     
  • April 14
  • Good Friday
  • No Workshop
     
  • April 21
  • Julie Pacheco
  • “A Healthy Democracy? Evidence of Unequal Participation and Representation across Health Status”
  • 119 O'Shaughnessy Hall
     
  • April 28
  • Amy Erica Smith
  • "Gender Diversity by the Book: Gender Representation in Political Science Graduate Training" 
  • 320 Malloy Hall