RCP Workshop

The Research in Comparative Politics (RCP) workshop serves as a forum for the presentation
of research by faculty and graduate students in comparative politics.

Organizers: Steve Rosenzweig, Noora Lori, and Gizem Kaftan.

RCP 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.

Spring 2022

All RCP events will be held in person unless noted otherwise. Locations and times will be posted shortly.

Date Speaker Topic
Monday, January 31, 12:00-1:15 121 Bay State Road Jeremy Menchik, BU “The Spirit and/of Political Science”
Wednesday, February 9, 1:00-2:30 PM 121 Bay State Road Megan Turnbull, University of Georgia “Support, Toleration, and Repression: Incumbent Responses to Dissident Armed Groups in Nigeria and Kenya”
Wednesday, March 2, 1:00-2:30pm Eilts Room, 154 Bay State Road Steven Wilson, Brandeis University “Measuring Internet & Politics: Introducing the Digital Society Project”
Thursday, April 28 Lisel Hintz, John Hopkins University “Fight Scenes: Identity and Contestation in Turkey’s Pop Culture Arena”

Fall 2021

Date Speaker Discussant Topic
Wednesday, October 20 Anne Meng, University of Virginia “Power Sharing and Authoritarian Stability: Evidence from Rebel Regimes”
Wednesday, December 8 Nadya Hajj, Wellesley College “Networked Refugees: Palestinian Reciprocity and Remittances in the Digital Age”

Archives from previous years can be found here.