American Politics Graduate Student Workshop

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)