American & Comparative Political Behavior Workshop

The Yale Center for the Study of American Politics is sponsoring a new seminar series in 2017-2018, the American and Comparative Political Behavior Workshop.  This workshop is focused on political behavior broadly considered and invites speakers from a range of social science fields.  Lunch will be served.

This workshop meets on selected Fridays from 12:00-1:15 p.m. in Room A002 at ISPS, 77 Prospect Street and is open to Yale faculty and students from the Political Science Department as well as other university departments.


Faculty Organizers: Alan Gerber and Susan Stokes

Coordinator and Contact: Pamela Greene

2017-2018 SCHEDULE

NOV 17 Robb Willer, Sociology Department, Stanford University
“Bridging the Divide: Can Effective Political Communication Reduce Polarization?”
DEC 1 Francesco Trebbi, Vancouver School of Economics, University of British Columbia
“Making Policies Matter: Voter Responses to Campaign Promises”
JAN 26 Jennifer Richeson, Psychology, Yale University
“Racial and Political Dynamics of an Approaching ‘Majority-Minority’ United States”
FEB 9 Vicky Fouka, Political Science, Stanford University
“From Immigrants to Americans: Race, Status and Assimilation during the Great Migration”
FEB 23 Leonie Huddy, Political Science, Stony Brook University
Partisan Sorting and the Feminist Gap in American Politics
APR 6 James Sidanius, Psychology and African American Studies, Harvard University
APR 20 James Andreoni, Economics, University of California, San Diego
APR 27 Adam Berinsky, Political Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology