Sapiro Seminar Series

The Sapiro Seminar Series celebrates and honors the illustrious career of Virginia Sapiro, Professor of Political Science and Dean Emerita of Arts & Sciences and will occur in spring and fall 2020. Speakers in this series are leading researchers in their fields and will represent a full array of Professor Sapiro’s intellectual interests. All lectures are open to the public and light refreshments will be served.

Organizer: Katherine Levine Einstein

Spring 2020

Both seminars will be at the Rajen Kilachand Center (CILSE) at 610 Commonwealth Avenue.

Date Time Location Speaker Topic
Wednesday, January 29 4pm CILSE 106B Christina Wolbrecht, University of Notre Dame “Rhetoric and Reality: Women Voters Since Suffrage”
Monday, February 10 4pm CILSE 106B Tali Mendelberg, Princeton University “How Affluent Students Learn Class Privilege: Norms of Affluence and the Politics of Redistribution”

Fall 2020 – to be announced