Upcoming Events

Nov 30

Tuesday Nov 30, 2021

What Can Systemic Trends in Warfare Tell Us About the Future

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Location: 1030 JNH

Bear Braumoeller

Bear F. Braumoeller is Professor in the Department of Political Science at The Ohio State University and the holder of the Baronov and Timashev Chair in Data Analytics. He conducts research in the areas of international relations, political methodology, and complexity and human behavior. He received his B.A. from the University of Chicago and his Ph.D. from the University of Michigan, and he held faculty positions at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Harvard University before moving to Ohio State.…

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Dec 1

Wednesday Dec 1, 2021

"The Early Modern Roots of the Anthropocene" with Faculty Fellow Brad Gregory

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Location: 1050 Jenkins Nanovic Halls

The Industrial Revolution that began in Britain in the late eighteenth century is rightly regarded as a critical turning point in the economic and environmental history of the planet, but it did not come out of nowhere. The key ideological, institutional, economic, and political strands that led to and through modern industrialization were forged and reinforced in seventeenth- and eighteenth-century Western Europe. This lecture will consider some of these strands and suggest that their abiding influence and globalized spread are critical to explaining the environmental predicament in which we find ourselves today.…

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Dec 1

Wednesday Dec 1, 2021

Kroc-Kellogg Peace, Conflict, Crime and Violence Workshop

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Location: C104/105 Hesburgh Center for International Studies

"Land Restitution and Racial Inequality in Colombia’s Post-conflict Transition"

Featuring Laura García-Montoya, Visiting Fellow, Kellogg Institute, and Ana Montoya, Duke University

Open to Ph.D. students, fellows, and faculty who are interested in civil war, violence, crime, peace, conflict management, and conflict resolution. The workshop is an informal gathering to discuss work-in-progress, dissertation chapters and proposals, practice conference talks, etc.

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Dec 2

Thursday Dec 2, 2021

Radical Equality: The Case for A More Intersectional Future for Gender Equity in Global Politics

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Location: C103, Hesburgh Center for International Studies

Ellerby
Featuring Kara Ellerby, Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Relations, University of Delaware

This lecture will first outline how a lack of intersectionality in discourse and measures of gender equality permeate today's peacebuilding and development efforts, often reinforcing inequality. Ellerby will then explore how re-engaging feminist ideas about identities and justice can offer more robust and promising measures of equality for a more emancipatory future.…

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Dec 3

Friday Dec 3, 2021

Literatures of Annihilation, Exile & Resistance: Political Violence and the Literary Subject (Salwa Ismail, Solmaz Sharif and Roger Reeves in Conversation)

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Location: Zoom Webinar

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Salwa Ismail is Professor of Politics with reference to the Middle East at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. Her research examines everyday forms of government, urban governance, and governmental violence. She has conducted extensive fieldwork in both Egypt and Syria, inquiring into how mechanisms of government and practices of violence come to be formative of ordinary citizens’ political subjectivities. Her book Political Life in Cairo’s New Quarters: Encountering the

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Dec 3

Friday Dec 3, 2021

"A Text-Based Assessment of the Mechanisms of Contact"

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Location: B101 Jenkins and Nanovic Halls

Erin Rossiter

Join us as our own Erin Rossiter presents "A Text-Based Assessment of the Mechanisms of Contact." 

About the speaker: Erin Rossiter is an Assistant Professor of Political Science. She broadly studies the dynamics of interpersonal political communications and the consequences such communications have for American political behavior, with a specific interest in political discussion and polarization. Her research agenda also involves advancing quantitative methodologies, namely text-as-data and experimental methods, for settings involving interpersonal communication.…

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Dec 7

Tuesday Dec 7, 2021

Voting Rights Reform: A View of the US and Perspectives from Europe

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Location: Hesburgh Center Auditorium

In this first event of the Kellogg Institute's Democracy and Civil Discourse series, two US scholars with broad expertise in electoral law will present their contrasting views on voting rights reform in the United States. Rebecca Green (College of William and Mary) and Derek Muller

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