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.

Upcoming Brown(e) Bag Lunches

Guy Grossman

IR Internal Workshop Series
Apr 18, 2024 at

Past Brown(e) Bag Lunches

Instrumental Deference: Alliances, Reputations, and Lifting Failed Sanctions

Paul Silva
IR Internal Workshop Series
Mar 28, 2024 - at

Gendered Legacies of Violence in Northern Sri Lanka

Yajna Sanguhan
IR Internal Workshop Series
Mar 21, 2024 - at

Beyond Hard Power: The Role of Discourse in China’s Global Influence

Rachel Hulvey
IR Internal Workshop Series
Feb 22, 2024 - at

Why Economic Sanctions Backfire

Nicolás Idrobo
IR Internal Workshop Series
Nov 30, 2023 - at

How Friends Fight: Command Institutions, Bargaining, and Wartime Strategy in International Coalitions

Casey Mahoney
IR Internal Workshop Series
Nov 2, 2023 - at

Combatants and Communities: Security Orders During Civil War

Jason Hartwig
IR Internal Workshop Series
Oct 5, 2023 - at

Discourse Power: How China Gains Global Support for Its Vision of Cyber Order

Rachel Hulvey
IR Internal Workshop Series
Sep 28, 2023 - at

Look Who Is Talking: Direct and Indirect Effects of Criticism on LGBT Rights

Gino Pauselli
IR Internal Workshop Series
Sep 14, 2023 - at