Winter 2020 American Politics Workshop Schedule

Meets Tuesdays from 3:30-5:00 pm in Pick 506 (5828 S. University)

January 14: Robert Gulotty, Assistant Professor, University of Chicago

“Supplying Influence: How supply chains shape corporate politics”

January 21: Andrew McCall, Postdoc, University of Chicago

“What Police Officers Learn About Race and Arrest Decisions: A Theory of Induced-Belief Discrimination.”

January 28: Scott Cooley, Doctoral Student, University of Chicago

“The Role of Political Parties: Another Look at Inequality and Representation”

February 6: Greg Huber, Professor, Yale University


February 18: Aleksander Ksiazkiewicz, Assistant Professor, University of Illinois

Chrononormativity: A New Construct with Implications for Social Norms and Prejudice

March 3: Eric Oliver, Professor, University of Chicago

“Who Believes in Fake News? Credulity, Skepticism, and Misinformation in the American Public”

March 10: Julia Azari, Associate Professor,
Marquette University

“Weak Parties, Strong Partisanship”


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