International Relations and Comparative Politics Brownbag

Graduate students and faculty meet twice a month during the academic year to discuss research on international relations and comparative politics. The goal of these meetings is for faculty and graduate students to present work-in-progress, completed research, or practice job talks. Common topics include conflict, human rights, institutions, and political economy.

For more information or if you have any questions feel free to contact Dr. Alice Kang  or Nathan Munier.