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The Department's Current Research in the Study
of Politics (CRISP) is a central element of our graduate program. CRISP
is an annual speaker series that brings national and international
scholars to speak on current issues in political science, as selected
and guided by the research agendas of our third-year graduate students.
is held each spring and includes the invited speaker series as well as
the opportunity at the end of the semester for third year graduate
students to present and receive feedback on a preliminary dissertation
All in-person talks will be held from 2:30-4:30 p.m. in
Gore Hall 104. Please contact Dr. Joanne Miller (email@example.com) for
the Zoom links for virtual presentations.
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