Events Archive

Sophia Wallace, Rutgers University: Time, Space, and Activism: The Impact of Protests on Latino Identities and Political Attitudes

Graduate Student Research Poster Session

Matthew Salganik (Sociology): Surveys in the age of big data: The past, present, and bright future of survey research

Carles Boix (WWS and Dept of Politics): From Political Mobilization to Electoral Participation: Turnout in Barcelona in the 1930s

Tom Clark, Emory University and CSDP: Constitutional Conflicts: The Dimensions of Constitutional Law, 1877-2014

Ali Valenzuela (Dept of Politics): Pivotal Identity: How Competitive Elections Politicize Latino Ethnicity

Claes de Vreese, University of Amsterdam: Towards the end of the EU? How media shape public opinion

CANCELLED Stephen Ansolobehere, Harvard University: Public support for redistributive log rolls: the case of the 2014 farm bill

2015 Princeton Conference on Identity and Inequality