Anthony S. Chen, Political Science and Sociology
Political Parties in the Sociological Imagination: Past, Present, and Future Directions
Jonathan Caverley and Yanna Krupnikov, Political Science
Aiming at Doves: Experimental Evidence of Military Images' Political Effects (joint with INPuT)
Thomas Ogorzalek, Political Science
Most Racial, Not Post-Racial: U.S. Elections 2008-2012 in Historical and Comparative Perspective
Rune Slothuus, Aarhus University, Denmark
Reaching Beyond the Core Base: Can Political Parties Win Policy Support by Framing Issues?
Ana Arjona, Political Science
Civil War and the Quality of Democracy
Anne Pitcher, Afroamerican and African Studies and Political Science, University of Michigan
Institutions, Party Politics, and Private Sector Development in Africa
[with PAS, and at their center]
Jason Seawright, Political Science
Party-System Collapse: The Roots of Crisis in Peru and Venezuela
[with Political Science's INPUT series; lunch is provided]
Yanna Krupnikov, Political Science
Georgia Kernell and Kevin Mullinix, Political Science
The Scope and Significance of the 'Perceptual Screen'
Carlos Freytes (Northwestern PhD Candidate)
“Searching for the Sub-National Connection: Federalism and Legislative Coalition Building in Kirchner's Argentina (2003-2011)” (Joint work with Nicolas Cherny, UBA/Conicet)
Jason Seawright (Northwestern)
“Political Sophistication and Party Competition: An Agent-Based Model”
Zachary Greene (University of Iowa PhD Candidate)
“Strategic Issue Balancing: An analysis of party electoral strategy and issue competition in advanced industrial democracies”
Alberto Simpser (University of Chicago)
Laurel Harbridge (Northwestern)
“The Elasticity of Partisanship in Congress: Bipartisan Cooperation, Member-Party Relationships and Party Popularity”
Thomas Leeper (Northwestern PhD Candidate)
“Political Groups and Public Opinion”
Edward Gibson, Professor of Political Science, Northwestern University
“Hegemonic Parties and Subnational Party Systems”
Brian Harrison, graduate student, Political Science, Northwestern University
“Red Brain, Blue Brain: The Impact of Partisanship & Motivated Reasoning on the President”
Julia Azari, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Marquette University
“Ideas and Opportunities: How the Timing of Ideological Insurgency Affects Party Development”
Samara Klar, graduate student, Political Science, Northwestern University
“Voices of Reason: The Influence of Diverse Discussion on Strong and Weak Partisans”
Betsy Sinclair, Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Chicago
“Social Institutions: Voters in Context”
Jaimie Bleck, Ford Family Assistant Professor, University of Notre Dame
"Valence Issues in African Elections: Navigating Uncertainty and the Weight of the Past"
(co-sponsored by PAS)
"Survival of the Fittest: Explaining Party Persistence in the Aftermath of Party-System Collapse in Latin America"
"The Determinants of Programmatic Party Systems"
"The Social and Institutional Background of Anti-partyism in European Democracies"
Noam Lupu, University of WI - Madison and University of Notre Dame
"Brand Dilution and the Breakdown of Political Parties in Latin America"
"Party System Theory, Measures, and Data"