Bullet Talk Presentations by Rapoport Center Grad Affiliates
Please join us on Monday, February 3, from 12:45-1:45 pm, for our first lunchtime bullet talk series of the year. We will be meeting in the Glickman Conference Center, RLP 1.302 East Conference Room in the Liberal Arts building (for a map of the first floor with our room highlighted, click here).
Several of last summer’s research fellows and current grad affiliates will discuss their field work experiences and current research projects over pizza. During this informal luncheon, presenters will speak for approximately 4-5 minutes about a central concept or issue in their research project followed by about 10 minutes of feedback from a faculty member and open discussion.
We would love to see you there and to hear your thoughts on the topics presented. Please spread the word with your departments and colleagues. RSVP to Eddie Shore to confirm your attendance.
The following graduate affiliates will be presenting:
- Alicia Danze — PhD Candidate, Geography
Project Topic — Immigration Court procedures and geopolitical feminism
- Sarah Eleazar — PhD Candidate, Anthropology
Project Title — Water and Politics of Deprivation and Resource Capture in Punjab
- Iasmin Goes Aragao Santana — PhD Candidate, Government
Project Title — Why Do Governments Tie Their Hands? Natural Resources, Public Budgets, and Voter Demands
- Nathalia Sandoval — PhD Candidate, Government
Project Topic — Rights Conversion