Political Science Department Seminars and Doctoral Seminars
The Department of Political Science is proud to present the annual sequence of departmental seminars and doctoral seminars. The seminars provide the occasion for faculty, advanced, and first year PhD students to present their work.
Seminars and meetings are always held at 1:30 - 15:10 pm on Wednesdays in the Academic Year 2020/2021. For live-stream link please register at https://bit.ly/30f1cFy.
|Date||Department Seminar Name & Title|
|Sep 30||Alexander Bor (Aarhus University): Fact-checking videos reduce belief in but not the sharing of fake news on Twitter|
|Oct 7||Department Meeting|
|Oct 14||Gabor Simonovits (CEU): Can civil rights organizations deter discrimination?|
|Oct 21||Markus Wagner (University of Vienna): Affective polarization across parties: Why do people dislike some parties more than others?|
|Oct 28||Diana O'Brien (Rice University): Man Enough for the Job? Women as Leaders, Policy-Makers, and Awards and Symbols in the Inner Cabinet. *** starts at 17:20|
|Nov 4||Department Meeting|
|Nov 11||Arturas Rozenas (NYU): Fighting for Tyranny: How State Repression Shapes Military Performance|
|Nov 18||Carolina Plescia (University of Vienna): Compromising for worldly rewards? The short-term consequences of coalition agreements on voters|
|Nov 25||Milan Svolik (Yale): Voting Against Autocracy|
|Dec 2||Department Meeting|
|Dec 9||Michael Dorsch (CEU): History, trust in institutions, and behavior|
|Dec 16||Elias Dinas (EUI)|