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
|Mar 1**||Christine Slaughter, BU||“Resilience to Adversity: How Black Voters are Mobilized to Counter Suppression“|
|Mar 29||Julia Payson (NYU)||“When Cities Lobby: How Local Governments Compete for Power in State Politics”|
** Co-sponsored with the Graduate Student Speaker Series
RAP welcomes colleagues and students from the greater Boston University academic community at all our workshops.
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