Brown(e) Bag Lunches

Brown(e) Bag Lunches feature presentations of works-in-progress by Penn graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, and faculty to an audience of faculty peers and graduate students. This program is designed not only to improve the quality of scholarship though constructive critique, but also to produce a collegial environment in which faculty and graduate students support each other at all stages of the research and writing process.

Talks will be held Thursdays at noon in the Forum of the Ronald O. Perelman Center for Political Science and Economics, unless noted otherwise.

Past Brown(e) Bag Lunches



Targeted Sanctions and Redistribution

Jason Davis
Virtual IR Workshop
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Peer and Social Pressure as Mechanisms of Human Rights Change

Gino Pauselli
Virtual IR Workshop
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The End of Rebel Rule and Intercommunal Conflict

Jason Hartwig
Virtual IR Workshop
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Cyber Diplomacy: The Competition for Global Internet Governance

Rachel Hulvey
Virtual IR Workshop
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Border Control, Public Opinion, and the Legibility-Corruption Tradeoff

Christopher Blair
Virtual IR Workshop
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Democracy Sanctions: A Counterproductive Tool

Paul Silva
Virtual IR Workshop
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