European Politics Online Workshop (EPOW) is a public workshop series on European politics meeting via Zoom ⇗. A space for junior and senior scholars from the US and Europe to discuss current events and present work in progress. Everyone is welcome!
Our one hour seminars are held Wednesdays at
8 a.m. PT / 11 a.m. ET / 5 p.m. CET.
- Roundtables are thematic with short opening statements followed by discussion among panelists and Q&A with audience.
- Paper presentations are 30 minutes followed by 30 minutes of Q&A.
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Fall 2020 Seminar Series via Zoom ⇗
30 September 2020: “The Politics of Bad Options: Why the Eurozone Crisis has been so hard to resolve”
7 October 2020: “Shaping the Nation through Civic Integration: A Postcolonial Perspective on Paradoxical Policies.”
- Saskia Bonjour (Universiteit van Amsterdam)
14 October 2020: “Does Party Polarization Mobilize or De-Mobilize Voters? The Answer Depends on Where Voters Stand”
- Bonnie Meguid (University of Rochester)
21 October 2020: “Do gender quotas improve party delegations? Evidence from the European Parliament”
28 October 2020: Roundtable on US-EU relations
- Mark Copelovitch(University of Wisconsin-Madison)
- Abe Newman(Georgetown University)
- Sibel Oktay(University of Illinois-Springfield)
23 September 2020: “Reassessing the Democratic Constraint: Strategic Interdependence and Public Opinion towards the Euro”
- Björn Bremer (Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies (MPIfG) in Cologne)
- Co-authored with Lucio Baccaro and Erik Neimanns
16 September 2020: Roundtable on the Future of European Integration
- Tanja Börzel (Freie Universität Berlin) 📄 working paper (pdf)
- Liesbet Hooghe (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
- Christina Schneider (University of California, San Diego)
4 August 2020: Roundtable on Democratic Backsliding
- Anna Grzymala-Busse (Stanford University)
- R. Daniel Kelemen (Rutgers University)
- Daniel Ziblatt (Harvard University)
28 July 2020:”Message Distortion as a Campaign Strategy: Does Rival Party Distortion of Focal Party Position Affect Voters?”
21 July 2020: “Identity-based opposition to the EU and support for the radical right”
- Julia Schulte-Cloos (LMU Munich)
14 July 2020: “External Threats and Group Identity – The Effect of the Russian Invasion in Ukraine on European Union Identity”
- Kai Gehring (University of Zurich)
7 July 2020: “The Brexit Deterrent? How Member State Exit Shapes Public Support for International Organizations”
- Sara Hobolt (London School of Economics)
- Co-authored with Sebastian Popa, Wouter van der Burg, and Hermann Schmitt.
30 June 2020: Roundtable on EU Recovery Fund
- Catherine de Vries (Bocconi University)
- Erik Jones (Johns Hopkins University, Bologna)
- Matthias Matthijs (Johns Hopkins, DC)