Research Seminars

American Political History Seminar (APHS)

black and white photo of three suffragettes with handwriting along the margins (from left to right) Mrs. J Hardy Stubbs, Miss Ida Craft, Miss Rosalie JonesThe American Political History Seminar seeks to enrich the study of politics by increasing knowledge and understanding of important topics in American history. Over the last several years, IGS has invited both well-established and junior scholars, as well as a number of...

Race, Ethnicity and Immigration Colloquium

immigrant man holding an american flag while marching The Race, Ethnicity and Immigration Colloquium invites speakers from the Berkeley campus and other institutions to share research touching on various aspects of race, ethnicity, and immigration. One important theme explored by the colloquium is the changing shape of ethnic politics in the country. A second, closely related theme is the impact of...

Research Workshop in American Politics

Washington DC Capitol BuildingThe Research Workshop in American Politics brings together faculty and graduate students in American politics to share their work in an informal setting. The seminar meets weekly and covers a broad range of topics in American politics. It is primarily a forum for the presentation and discussion of research in progress by graduate students at UC Berkeley. Students who take the workshop for...