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POSTPONED: Comparative Politics Workshop: Malay Firoz, "The Resilience Paradox: Ethical Quandaries of Humanitarian Aid in the Syrian Refugee Crisis," Thursday, December 9, 11:45am-1:45pm EST

POSTPONED: Comparative Politics Workshop: Malay Firoz, “The Resilience Paradox: Ethical Quandaries of Humanitarian Aid in the Syrian Refugee Crisis,” Thursday, December 9, 11:45am-1:45pm EST

This workshop has been postponed until Spring 2022. Check our Events page for updates. Please join the Comparative Politics Workshop virtually via Zoom this Thursday,…

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Political Theory Workshop: Jishnu Guha-Majumdar, "Can the Human Speak? Voicing Vulnerability in Kafka and Cacarero," Friday, December 3, 3:00-5:00PM

Political Theory Workshop: Jishnu Guha-Majumdar, “Can the Human Speak? Voicing Vulnerability in Kafka and Cacarero,” Friday, December 3, 3:00-5:00PM

Join us for the final Political Theory Workshop of the semester on Friday, December 3rd from 3-5pm. Jishnu Guha-Majumdar (Butler University) will be joining us…

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Comparative Politics Workshop: Kaitlyn Mendes, Sara de Benedictis, and Rebecca Krisel, "Tracking the 'Tampon Tax,'" Thursday, November 18, 11:45am-1:45pm EST

Comparative Politics Workshop: Kaitlyn Mendes, Sara de Benedictis, and Rebecca Krisel, “Tracking the ‘Tampon Tax,'” Thursday, November 18, 11:45am-1:45pm EST

Please join the Comparative Politics Workshop virtually via Zoom this Thursday, November 18 from 11:45am-1:45pm EST. Kaitlyn Mendes (University of Western Ontario), Sara de Benedictis…

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Developing Your Academic Digital Identity: An On-Demand Professional Development Workshop for Students

Developing Your Academic Digital Identity: An On-Demand Professional Development Workshop for Students

Students: are you considering creating a professional website or Twitter account but don’t know where to start? Preparing for the job market and need help…

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Comparative Politics Workshop: Victoria Finn, "Political Embedding as Growing (New) Roots: People, Places, and Migrant Participation," Thursday, November 11, 11:45AM–1:45PM EST

Comparative Politics Workshop: Victoria Finn, “Political Embedding as Growing (New) Roots: People, Places, and Migrant Participation,” Thursday, November 11, 11:45AM–1:45PM EST

Please join the Comparative Politics Workshop virtually via Zoom this Thursday, November 11 from 11:45am-1:45pm EST. Victoria Finn (Universidad Diego Portales) will be presenting “Political…

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Professional Development Workshop: "Developing Your Academic Digital Identity," Monday, November 15, 12pm EST

Professional Development Workshop: “Developing Your Academic Digital Identity,” Monday, November 15, 12pm EST

Students: are you considering creating a professional website or Twitter account but don’t know where to start? Preparing for the job market and need help…

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Comparative Politics Workshop: Marisa McGlinchey, "“The Unfinished Revolution: Dissident Irish Republicanism and the Method of Qualitative Inquiry," Wednesday, November 3, 11:45am–1:45pm

Comparative Politics Workshop: Marisa McGlinchey, ““The Unfinished Revolution: Dissident Irish Republicanism and the Method of Qualitative Inquiry,” Wednesday, November 3, 11:45am–1:45pm

Please join the Comparative Politics Workshop virtually via Zoom this Wednesday, November 3 from 11:45am-1:45pm EST. Marisa McGlinchey (Coventry University) will be presenting “The Unfinished…

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Political Theory Workshop: Andrew Culp, "A Guerrilla Guide to Refusal," Friday, November 5th, 4:15-6:15pm

Political Theory Workshop: Andrew Culp, “A Guerrilla Guide to Refusal,” Friday, November 5th, 4:15-6:15pm

Join us for the next Political Theory Workshop on Friday, November 5th starting at a special time 4:15-6:15pm. Dr. Andrew Culp (California Institute of Arts)…

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Fall 2021 Virtual Open House for Prospective Students: Thursday, November 4, 6:15-8:15pm

Fall 2021 Virtual Open House for Prospective Students: Thursday, November 4, 6:15-8:15pm

Please join us for the Political Science Open House on November 4 from 6:15 PM-8:15PM.  RSVP here to receive the link for this event.

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Comparative Politics Workshop: Graham Denyer Willis, "Making Sense of Mundane Mass Graves. Considerations from Sao Paulo, Brazil," Thursday, October 21, 11:45am–1:45pm

Comparative Politics Workshop: Graham Denyer Willis, “Making Sense of Mundane Mass Graves. Considerations from Sao Paulo, Brazil,” Thursday, October 21, 11:45am–1:45pm

Please join the Comparative Politics Workshop virtually via Zoom this Thursday, October 21 from 11:45am-1:45pm EST. Graham Denyer Willis (Queens’ College, Cambridge) will be presenting…

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