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Southern Political Psychology Workshop- Day 2
With the generous support of the International Society of Political Psychology, and the Office of the Provost, the Department of Political Science is proud to host the first Southern Political Psychology Workshop, March 8-9, 2019 in the Pinnacle Room in Baldwin Hall.
The two-day workshop will feature several presentations by scholars from the South. Presentations will include experimental designs only, allowing researchers to obtain feedback on their experiments before their implementation. Interested faculty members as well as graduate and undergraduate students are welcome to attend the panels as well as the open lunch on Friday. For questions, please contact Dr. Alexa Bankert (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Saturday, March 9th
9:00am – 10:00am Keynote address by Dr. Marc Hetherington (Professor at UNC- Chapel Hill) in Pinnacle Room, Baldwin Hall
10:15am – 11:45pm Panel IV: Origins of Policy Attitudes
Kelley Doll (Graduate student, Florida State University): “Do the titles of legislation have an impact on the support they receive?”
Brett Gall (Graduate student, Duke University): “Support for government provision of health care and unemployment benefits”
1:30pm – 3pm Panel V: National Identity and Race
Julie Wronski (Assistant Professor, University of Mississippi): “Who doesn’t count as an American? An exclusionary approach to national identity”
Allison Anoll (Assistant Professor, Vanderbilt University): “Ancestors as Activists(?): Using the Past to Mobilize in the Present”
3pm End of workshop