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The Research in American & Comparative (RAC) politics workshop serves as a forum for the presentation of research by faculty and graduate students in American and comparative politics. For graduate students, RAC is also an opportunity to hear and present practice job talks, dissertation chapters, and conference papers and to learn about professional engagement via formal discussion duties.
RAC will be held at the time, date and location noted below. Papers will be available prior to the presentation on this page by clicking on the topic title below.
|Oct 3||Noon||312 B||Maya Sen & Matthew Blackwell (Harvard)||The Political Legacy of American Slavery|
|Oct 10||Noon||PLS 312 B||Robert Huckfeldt, UC Davis||Disproportional Influence: Experts, Activists, and the Creation of Public Opinion|
|Oct 24||Noon||312 B||Timothy Werner (UT Austin)||Blacklisted Benefactors: The Political Contestation of Non-Market Strategy|
|Nov 14||Noon||312 B||Devin Caughey (MIT)||Representation without Parties: Reconsidering the One-Party South|
|TBD||Noon||312 B||Alisha Holland (Harvard)||TBD|
|Feb 27||Noon||312 B||William Mayer (Northeastern)||The Presidential Selection Process|
RAC welcomes colleagues and students from the greater Boston University academic community at all our workshops. Please join us for the events scheduled above.
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For a list of previous RAC presentations, please visit the RAC Archive.