Events Archive

Princeton Conference on the Political Economy of Judicial Politics

Kevin Arceneaux, Temple Univ & CSDP: Degrees of Rationality: How Reflection Minimizes Partisan Reasoning and Promotes Democratic Accountability

LaFleur Stephens (Dept of Politics): The 'Race' for Votes: Rethinking Racial Appeals in American Politics

Chloe Bakalar (Values and Public Policy Postdoc): Social Speech in Theory and Practice: How Online Everyday Talk Impacts Liberal Democratic Citizenshi

Sunshine Hillygus, Duke University: The Nitty Gritty: The Role of Grit and Perseverance in the Development of Civic Engagement

Cecilia Mo, Vanderbilt University: Cultivating Democratic Citizenship: Evidence from Teach For All

PRESS Experiments Workshop: CSDP and NIehaus Visiting Scholar, Rachel Stein, and Politics PhD candidates Sharan Grewal and Elizabeth Nugent

Jens Hainmueller, Stanford University: When Lives Are Put on Hold: Do Lengthy Asylum Processes Decrease Employment Among Refugees?

Rachel Stein, George Wash Univ, CSDP/NIehaus: The Face of the Enemy: Do Media Representations of Foreign Leaders Influence Public Support for War?

Frank Newport (Editor in Chief, Gallup): Controversy Over the Role of Public Opinion in Presidential Elections