Comparative Politics Colloquium

Comparative Politics Colloquium

Fall 2018 Schedule                                            

Thursdays, 12:30PM – 2:00PM, Moses Hall 223
 
September 13
Milan Svolik, Yale University 
Democracy in America? Partisanship, Polarization, and the Robustness of Support for Democracy in the United States
 
September 20
Paul Thissen, UC Berkeley
Legacy Institutions and Political Order in Weak States: Evidence from Chad
 
September 27
Mathias Poertner, UC Berkeley
Amassing Support: The Organizational Roots of New Parties in Latin America
 
October 4
Kristin Michelitch, Vanderbilt University
Gender, Networks, and Politician Performance: Evidence from 50 Ugandan Subnational Governments with Women's Reserved Seats
 
October 11
Rachel Brulé, NYU Abu Dhabi
Women's Representation & Resistance: Positive & Perverse Consequences of Indian Laws for Gender Equality
 
October 18
Jennifer Pan, Stanford University
How China’s Use of Welfare and Surveillance to Prevent Collective Action Backfires
 
October 25
Michael Weaver, University of British Columbia
'Let our ballots secure what our bullets have won:' Union Veterans and Voting for Radical Reconstruction and Black Suffrage
 
November 1
Candelaria Garay, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
 
November 8
Daniel de Kadt, University of California, Merced
 
November 15
Eva Anduiza, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
Powerful and Enraged: Political Efficacy, Emotion, and Support for Populism in Europe
 
November 29
Tulia Falleti, University of Pennsylvania
Articulating Indigenous Demands in the Americas