Fall 2019 schedule

August 30: Akram Al-Turk and David Rigby, “The Emergence and Transformation of Policy Ideas in the U.S. Congress, 1946-2015.”

September 13: Laura Krull, “The (Rainbow) Elephant in the Email: An Analysis of Gatekeeping in Church Emails.”

September 27: Abby Newell, “Organizational Innovation and Evolution: How the Anti-Abortion Movement Began to ‘Empower’ Women.”

October 11: Kay Jowers, “Promises, Promises, Why Do We Believe? Environmental Justice Mobilization and Policy Reform under Clinton.”

October 25: Alice Marwick, “Queer(s) in the Networked Public: LGBTQ+ Southerners Negotiating Networked Privacy.”

November 8: Shreya Parikh, “Conceptualizing Narratives of Religious Generational Gap between Muslim Immigrants and their European-raised Descendants.”

November 22: Ashley Anderson and Caroline Lancaster, “More than a Secular-Islamist Divide: Attitudinal Polarization among Voters in Muslim Majority Countries.”

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