CVAP seminar with Dan Hopkins

On Wednesday, May 11, Center for Voting and Parties is hosting a seminar on political behavior with Dan Hopkins (University of Pennsylvania), who is a guest professor in the Department. Hopkins’ work covers a wide range of topics within political behavior and methodology, and have been published in the top journals in the field including American Political Science Review, American Journal of Political Science and Journal of Politics. Some of his exciting new work centers around when and how residential context (neighborhoods) matter for political attitude formation. For the seminar he will give a keynote on the topic with the title "The Increasingly United States" based on a book manuscript in preparation.

After the keynote, a number of scholars from the Department will present some of their work.

Everyone is welcome to attend the seminar, but please sign up by email to on May 9 at the latest