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Stevenson @ PIPES, Thursday, March 1st
The University of Chicago Program on International Political Economy and Security Welcomes: John Stevenson, University of Chicago “Joining the International System: Mass Killing and the NEW (Newly-Independent Economics of War) States Dataset, 1900-20 (More)
Kaplan @ PIPES, Thursday, March 29th
The University of Chicago Program on International Political Economy and Security Welcomes: Morgan Kaplan, University of Chicago “Putting the Horse Before the Cart: How Civilian Perceptions Affect Patterns of Violence and Competition in Multi-Party I (More)
Vabulas @ PIPES, Thursday, April 12th
The University of Chicago Program on International Political Economy and Security Welcomes: Felicity Vabulas, University of Chicago “When and Why are States Suspended from Intergovernmental Organizations…and Does Suspension “Work?”” Discussant: Yoram (More)
Benson @ PIPES, Thursday, April 26th
The University of Chicago Program on International Political Economy and Security Welcomes: David Benson, University of Chicago “Man, the State, and the Network: How the Internet Changes the International System” Discussant: Barnard Choi PIPES (More)
Vernal Ventilation @ PIPES, Thursday, May 24th
The University of Chicago Program on International Political Economy and Security Presents a Special Spring Tradition! Vernal Ventilation A series of brief presentations of works in their early stages, along with Food! Presenting Jessica Alm (More)
What's New and Exciting in IR
Our inaugural session of the year will be: Thursday, October 4th 4:30 - 6:30 Pick Hall, Room 506 We will be discussing what the field of international relations looks like, as well as the direction that the program should take this year. P (More)
Vabulas @ PIPES, Thursday, October 18th
The University of Chicago Program on International Political Economy and Security Welcomes: Felicity Vabulas, University of Chicago “When and Why do IGOs Grant Formal Access to NGOs” Discussant: Matthias Staisch PIPES meets from 4:30-6:30pm in (More)
Stevenson @ PIPES, Thursday, February 7th
The University of Chicago Program on International Political Economy and Security Welcomes: John Stevenson, University of Chicago “International Order Since 1900: How the System Shapes Tragedy” Discussant: Won Lee PIPES meets from 4:30-6:3 (More)
Master PIPES, Thursday, February 21st
The University of Chicago Program on International Political Economy and Security Proudly Debuts: Master PIPES A series of Master's Level students presenting summaries of their Master Theses Proposals. PIPES meets from 4:30-6:30pm in PICK 506, (More)
Staisch @ PIPES, Thursday, February 28th
The University of Chicago Program on International Political Economy and Security Welcomes: Matthias Staisch, University of Chicago “The Imperial Origins of Multilateralism” Discussant: Anne Holtehoefer PIPES meets from 4:30-6:30pm in PI (More)
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