American Politics Workshop

The American Politics Workshop explores scholarly issues and controversies involving the role of politics in American society. It provides a forum for scholars in the American politics academic community to exchange ideas and receive feedback on their ongoing work. Topics are various, including public opinion and political behavior, electoral politics, American public policy, political institutions and their interactions, plus the connections among the demands of society and public opinion on the one hand and public policy on the other. Workshops are conducted in a hybrid format for AY 2021-2022, with an in-person and virtual participation option. For the Zoom link, please contact Bryn McCarthy at

Fall 2021:

  • September 21: Zhao Li
  • October 5: Michael Sances
  • October 12: Ashley Jardina
  • October 19: Leah Rosenstiel
  • November 9: Michael Peress
  • November 30: Jamie Druckman
  • December 14: Justin de Benedictis-Kessner

Spring 2022:

  • February 1: Michael Hankinson
  • February 15: Brian Hamel
  • March 1: Mayya Komosarchik
  • March 22: Paul Frymer
  • April 5:  Andrew Thompson
  • April 19: Liliana Mason
  • May 3: Kate Krimmel



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