Political Science Workshops
The Penn Political Science Workshops have been running since 1999. The intent of the workshops is to bring energetic scholars engaged in substantively interesting and methodologically varied projects in the fields of comparative politics, American politics, political theory and international politics to a Penn audience. While the workshops have occasionally brought speakers to present previously published work, for the most part we target research in progress. Thus, the workshop serves the function of providing the Political Science community at Penn with a glimpse of scholarly endeavors at different stages of the research process, while at the same time offering our visitors feedback in the form of often vigorous exchanges on the presented work.
Details for upcoming workshops are available in the Events section of the department webpage.
Workshops typically runs from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. and, unless otherwise indicated, all the talks are held on Thursdays in the Silverstein Forum of Stiteler Hall, located in the 1st floor of the building, at 208 South 37th Street (between Walnut St. and Locust Walk). A light lunch is provided.
Comparative Politics Workshop: Julia Lynch and Dawn Teele
American Politics Workshop: Marc Meredith
Political Theory Workshop: Jeff Green
Browne Center for International Politics Workshop: Ed Mansfield
To be added to an email list-serv about upcoming workshops, please contact Naya Sanders.