Identity Workshop

Event Date: 

Thursday, February 21, 2019 - 12:30pm to 2:00pm

Event Location: 

  • Lane Room Ellison Hall 3824

The Identity Group in Political Science welcomes you to our first Identity Workshop!  Workshops aim to provide a venue in which graduate students and faculty interested in Identity issues from across campus can share their research.  The workshops are available to present drafts of articles, books, dissertation chapters and prospectuses, conference papers, job talks as well as ideas about future research.  

At the first Identity Workshop we invite all who are interested in identity related research to attend and share what they are working on.  You need not be in political science, or have identity as your major research interest. We also encourage faculty from across campus to join us to share their research and to inform students and fellow faculty of what graduate courses they plan to teach in the next year.  Graduate students from all disciplines are welcome.

The Identity Subfield in Political Science invites you to become an “Associate” of Identity Studies.

See you at our first meeting! Light refreshments will be served.

Cynthia Kaplan

Coordinator, Identity Politics
Department of Political Science