All seminars take place in the International Affairs Building, Room 707 (Lindsay Rogers Room), on Tuesdays from 4-6 pm (presentations first hour, reception second hour).
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- February 6: Matt Mazewski (Economics), “The Political Economy of Revenue Dedication”
- February 27: Sandra Portocarrero (Sociology), “Framing Diversity: An Interdisciplinary Review”
- March 27: Silvio Ravaioli (Economics), “Intergenerational Dilemmas and Sequential Dictator Games”
- April 17: Gustav Kalm (Anthropology), “Governing through Property and Contract: International Investment Production as Regulatory Governance”
Past Seminars: Fall 2017
- September 19: Samuel Coggeshall (History) and Francisco Lara-Garcia (Sociology), “Restoring Interdisciplinarity to the Study of the Interwar Avant-Garde”
- October 24: Divya Subramanian (History), “Modernization in Decline: India’s Upper Krishna Irrigation Project, 1964-present”
- November 14: Jacob Kopas (Political Science), “Legitimizing the State or a Grievance? Property Rights and Political Engagement”