Jeff Harden Feature

NSF-funded team working to make data from states more accessible and easier to analyze

University of Notre Dame political scientist Jeff Harden is part of a multidisciplinary research team awarded a $1 million National Science Foundation Convergence Accelerator (C-Accel) grant.
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Former Speaker of the House Paul Ryan speaks about evidence-based anti-poverty policy

LEO was honored to cohost, with The Rooney Center for the Study of American Democracy, an event for University of Notre Dame students featuring Former Speaker of the House Paul Ryan.
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The Building Bridges Mentoring Program receives the Presidential Team Irish Award

Professors Dianne Pinderhughes and Darren Davis were part of the team that received the prestigious award.

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Oct 29

Tuesday Oct 29, 2019

Lecture: Metapoetical Passages in the Metamorphoses by Vittorio Hösle

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Location: 114 O'Shaughnessy Hall

The lecture analyzes some metapoetical passages of the Metamorphoses. It clarifies how Ovid is speaking through the myths about art—art in general, his own and others’—and how he thus helps us to interpret his main work correctly.

Vittorio Hösle is the Paul Kimball Professor of Arts and Letters in the Department of German and Russian Languages and Literatures and Concurrent Professor in the Departments of Political Science and Philosophy.…

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Oct 31

Thursday Oct 31, 2019

Kellogg Lecture: Identity or Policy? Evidence from Vote Switching in the United States

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Location: Hesburgh Center, C103

Kitschelt Event

The Kellogg Institute welcomes Herbert KitscheltGeorge V. Allen Professor of International Relations at Duke University.

In this talk, Herbert Kitschelt will examine the micro-logic of long-term changes in US electoral alignments. He takes on two debates: First, has the “working class” defected from the Democrats because its members vote on non-economic issues? Second, is the “responsible partisan theory” a poor “folk theory,” because, among other reasons, voting patterns cannot be explained by citizen awareness of party positions and actions?…

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