The Research in American Politics (RAP) workshop serves as a forum for the presentation of research by faculty and graduate students in American politics. For graduate students, RAP 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.
Organizers: Katherine Levine Einstein
RAP will be held at the time, date and location noted below; if you are interested in attending, please reach out to Katie Einstein for the Zoom links at email@example.com.
|Friday, February 8, 12:30pm||Kate Krimmel
|“The Rise of Programmatic Partisanship in the United States, 1856-2016″|
|Monday, March 22, 12:30pm||Jamila Michener
|Monday, April 12, 12:30pm||Rachel Meade
RAP welcomes colleagues and students from the greater Boston University academic community at all our workshops. Please join us for the events scheduled above.
RAP sends out relevant updates via our mailing list. To be added to the RAP mailing list, send a plain text (not HTML) email to firstname.lastname@example.org, and in the body of the email simply put: “subscribe rap-list” without the quotation marks. You should receive a confirmation of your subscription within a few minutes.
For a list of previous RAP presentations, please visit the RAC Archive.