The American Politics Graduate Student Workshop is supported by CSAP and provides a forum for Yale Ph.D. students focusing on American politics to present their work for peer review in an informal setting.
This lunchtime seminar series meets on selected Mondays from 12:00-1:00 p.m. in the ISPS Library/Room B217 at 77 Prospect Street.
To join the group and receive regular email announcements for this series, please contact the Graduate Student Organizer, Jennifer Wu.
Spring 2017 Schedule
|JAN 30||Baobao Zhang, Political Science (4th Year)
“Policy Feedback and Political Donations”
|FEB 13||Kassandra Birchler, Political Science (4th Year)
“When Disaster Strikes: Early Childhood Trauma and Political Ideology - Evidence from a Natural Experiment”
|FEB 27||Jerome Schafer, Political Science (5th Year)
“When You Don’t Snooze, You Lose: A Natural Experiment on the Effect of Sleep Deprivation on Voter Turnout and Election Outcomes”
|APR 3||David Froomkin, Political Science (2nd Year)
“Performative Political Argument: Ideologies as Equilibria and Equilibria as Ideologies”
|APR 10||Matthew Graham, Political Science (2nd Year)
“Beliefs or Guesses? Confidence in Factual Survey Responses”
|APR 17||Matthew Denney, Political Science (1st Year)
“The Raw Materials of Criminal Justice: Race and Crime in the 1930s”
|APR 24||Kyle Peyton, Political Science, (3rd Year)