American Politics Graduate Student Virtual Workshop

This virtual workshop provides an outlet for graduate students studying American politics to present research in progress and receive feedback from faculty and their peers. It is open to Yale faculty and graduate students only. Please email Collin Schumock if you would like to join the workshop and be added to the email list for announcements.

The workshop will meet on Wednesdays from 12:00-1:00 p.m. via Zoom.

Faculty Organizer: Ian Turner, Assistant Professor of Political Science

Graduate Student Coordinator & Contact: Collin Schumock

Summer 2020 Schedule

date speaker & title
June 3 John Dearborn, Postdoctoral Associate, MacMillan & ISPS
“Phantoms of a Beleaguered Republic: The Deep State and the Unitary Executive”
June 10 Jack Greenberg, PhD Student in Political Science (2024)
“Presidents for the Presidency: An Exploration of Institutionally-Responsible Leadership”
June 17 Sophie Jacobson, PhD Student in Political Science (2020)
“Parenting Preschoolers: The political feedback effects of universal public preschool upon parents in New York State”
June 24 Sam Zacher, PhD Student in Political Science (2024)
“Policy Drivers: The Combination of Public Opinion Intensity and Interest Group Power”
Paul Lendway, PhD Student in Political Science (2024)
“How Competing Fairness Primes Shape Policy Preferences”
July 1 Matthew Graham, PhD Student in Political Science (2021)
“Partisan Perceptual Bias: The Separate Roles of Guessing and Cheerleading”
July 8 Angele Delevoye, PhD Student in Political Science (2023)
“Polarization, partisanship and representation in Congressional hearings”
July 15 Collin Schumock, PhD Student in Political Science (2023)
“Electoral Accountability, Selection and Institutions (Prospectus)”
July 22 Jennifer Wu, PhD Student in Political Science (2022)
“Understanding Pan-Asian Identity”
July 29 Annabelle Hutchinson, PhD Student in Political Science (2021)
“Angry White Men? Understanding gender, race, and unemployment in the US”
August 5 Lilla Orr, PhD Student in Political Science (2021)
August 12 Gwen Prowse, PhD Student in African American Studies (2022)