Mon, December 3, 2007 • 3:30 PM • PAR 305
The Research Colloquium (GOV 391R) is a seminar for graduate students who are preparing their dissertation proposals. Government Dept. faculty and graduate students are invited to attend these sessions to offer their input. 25-minute presentations are followed by 25-minute discussions.3:30 Randy Uang, "Against the Tide: Conservative Party Electoral Fortunes in Latin America"
4:30 Regina Goodnow, "Political Cleavages and Voting Behavior: Explaining Elite Turnover between the Communist and Post Communist Regimes in Eastern Europe"