Negotiating Agreement in Congress Research Grants

2018 Negotiating Agreement in Congress Grantees’ Workshop

On Thursday, October 25 and Friday, October 26, 2018 the second cohort of grantees in the Negotiating Agreement in Congress grants program gathered for a closed workshop at the SSRC headquarters in Brooklyn, NY. The Negotiating Agreement in Congress Research Grants are designed to open a robust field of research that explores various dimensions of political negotiation in the United States Congress. The grants seek to inspire a young cohort of researchers, with diverse backgrounds and expertise, to jointly address the challenges of political negotiation. At this workshop, the second cohort of grantees assembled to present and discuss interim findings. …

Announcing the 2017-2018 Negotiating Agreement in Congress Grant Recipients

The Anxieties of Democracy program is excited to announce the recipients of the 2018 Negotiating Agreement in Congress Research Grants initiative.  The 2017 Selection Committee elected to make awards to the following scholars: Ruth Bloch Rubin Assistant Professor, Political Science, University of Chicago How Factional Discord Shapes Patterns of Party Leadership and Policymaking in Congress Logan Dancey Assistant Professor, Government, Wesleyan University Caught in the Middle: Congressional Moderates in a Polarized Era Jonathan Lewallen Assistant Professor, Government, University of Tampa Turnover, Agreement, and Dissent in Congressional Committees Mamie Locke Professor, Political Science, Hampton University Strategies of The Congressional Black Caucus …

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