Spring 2018 Schedule

All talks are tentatively scheduled to be held in Rosenkranz Hall, Room 005 from 11:45 AM to 1:20 PM. We will notify you if the venue changes. All papers will be sent out via the listserv, with some papers being posted here at the author’s permission. 

January 17

Ryan Powers (Yale), “Public Opinion, International Commitments, and the Supply-Side of Trade Protection”

January 24

Thania Sanchez (Yale), “The Unintended Consequences of Human Rights Institutions” 

January 31

Kathleen Powers (Dartmouth), “Nationalism, Social Identity Content, and Foreign Policy Attitudes”

February 7

David Carter (WUSTL), “Systemic Crisis and the Emergence of Border Disputes” 

Feburary 14

Julia Gray, “The Patronage Function of Dysfunctional International Organizations”  

Feburary 19

Sara Mitchell (Iowa), “Water Resources and Conflict”

co-sponsored by OCV, will take place on Monday evening

February 28

Brett Benson (Vanderbilt), “The Transmission of Violence Through Arms Trade Networks”  

March 7

Lawrence Broz (UCSD), “Explaining Support for China’s Competing Global Economic Order” 

co-sponsored by Leitner

March 14 & 21

Spring Break, no workshop

March 28

Rosella Capella (Boston University) “Forged by War: From Great War to Global Economy” 

April 4

ISA, no workshop

April 19

Julia Cage (Sciences Po), “The Price of a Vote: Evidence from France, 1993-2014”

co-sponsored by Leitner, will take place on Thursday

April 23

Christopher Price (Yale), “The Targeting of Violence and Polarization after Civil War”

April 25

Keir Lieber (Georgetown), “The End of Nuclear Arms Control”