BY INVITATION ONLY
The Center for the Study of Democratic Politics (CSDP) is again honored to host the Stennis Congressional Staff Fellows. In April 2022, CSDP will host the Stennis Congressional Staff Fellows for the 117th Congress.
The Stennis Congressional Staff Fellows Program (Stennis Fellows)…
Organized by Christine Slaughter, LaFleur Stephens-Dougan, and Ismail White
Welcome and opening remarks
Mental Health and the Study of Black Politics
Jackson State University
Ain’t No Stoppin’ Us…
Princeton Research in Experimental Social Science (PRESS)
Our final research workshop of the semester will be taking place this Friday, December 10th, from 12-1:15 pm in Fisher 200. Refreshments will be served, and we will have two graduate students presenting their early-stage experimental research designs.
Princeton Research in Experimental Social Science (PRESS) Research Workshops offer graduate students and faculty the opportunity to present experimental designs to receive in-depth feedback before fielding their experiments.
We are excited to announce that our first research workshop will be taking place this Friday,…
Chuck Cameron, Jesse Crosson, and Gleason Judd
This conference will bring together judges, leading policymakers, journalists, and academics to discuss the politics of federal judicial nominations, how these politics have evolved over time, and how well they are working today.Thursday, March 5 Panelists and organizers only
Organized by Charles Cameron, Professor of Politics and Public Affairs, and Sebastian Thieme, 2018-2019 CSDP Fellow
- Registration is required.
- By invitation only
Electoral competition between candidates and parties is a necessary condition for democracy. This workshop will assemble papers that examine the state of competition in U.S. elections. The papers will address a variety of broad yet basic questions that have important implications for our understanding of elections, including how to measure a…
PRESS (Princeton Research in Experimental Social Science) research workshop:
When Are Diaspora Communities Willing to Finance Development at Home?:
Elsa Voytas (with Laia Balcells)
Do transitional justice museums promote reconciliation after political violence? Existing scholarship suggests that transitional justice policies aid processes of reconciliation and…
The fourth annual Princeton Conference on Identity and Inequality brings together political scientists who study processes of inequality and identity involving class, race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, or religion in American or comparative contexts.
Registration closed October 5
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Join PRESS at our beginning-of-the-year Open House for an experimental workshop followed by a catered dinner. PRESS (Princeton Research in Experimental Social Science), is open to faculty, research fellows, and graduate and undergraduate students in the social sciences at…
By invitation only
CSDP Workshop on the Presidency and the Administrative State
This workshop will bring together a small group of scholars studying key strategies for presidential control, including personnel decisions and agency directives.
Is the US presidency in crisis as an institution? To what extent are the factors that contributed to Trump’s election and define his presidency personal versus broader developments? What are the implications of the Trump presidency for US policy and political discourse? This conference will bring together leading academics, policymakers, and…
- Registration is required.
- Open to all members of the Princeton University community. Not open to the public.
Princeton Research in Experimental Social Sciences
Co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of Democratic Politics (CSDP), the Mamdouha S. Bobst Center for Peace and…