Fall 2017 Schedule

If you are interested in presenting a paper or learning more about the GWG seminar series, you can contact the current co-chairs at the emails designated below. The deadline for submitting an application to present during the Fall 2017 semester is Friday, September 8th.

2017-2018 GWG Co-Chairs
Andy Marshall: am3108 [at] georgetown.edu
Rabea Kirmani: rhk37 [at] georgetown.edu

Otherwise, check out the GWG Fall 2017 schedule below or download the GWG Poster and come and support the students who will be presenting this semester!


Thursday, 9/28, (ICC 231), 12:30-1:45pm
Presenter: Cole Livieratos
Title: “Autocratic Aggression: The Impact of Domestic Propaganda on International Conflict Behavior”

Thursday, 10/5, (ICC 231), 12:30-1:45pm
Presenter: Paula Ganga
Title: “Bringing the State Back In: The Economic Policy of Populist Parties in Eastern Europe”

Thursday, 10/12: No GWG

Thursday, 10/19, (ICC 450), 12:30-1:45pm
Presenter: Thijs Kleinpaste
Title: “The Wild Riders beyond the Frontiers of Good Sense: Isaiah Berlin and the Liberal Predicament”

Thursday, 10/26, (ICC 270 Boardroom), 12:30-1:45pm
Presenter: Woojeong Jang
Title: “Trust after War: UN Multidimensional Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding Outcomes in Sierra Leone and Namibia”

Thursday, 11/2, (Arrupe Multi-Purpose Room), 12:30-1:45pm
Presenter: Ahmed Khattab
Title: “Resetting the Authoritarian Clock: Civil Society as a Primary Arena of Political Contestation in Post-Mubarak Egypt”

Thursday, 11/9, (Car Barn 110 Conference Room), 12:30-1:45pm
Presenter: Zac Karabatak
Title: “Coup Vulnerability and Security Force Integration After Civil Wars”

Thursday, 11/16, (Car Barn 110 Conference Room), 12:30-1:45pm
Presenter: Jooeun Kim
Title: “Allies’ Reputation and Nuclear Proliferation”

Thursday, 11/23: No GWG (Thanksgiving)

Thursday, 11/30, (Arrupe Multi-Purpose Room), 12:30-1:45pm
Presenter: Ariya Hagh
Title: “The Exit Dilemma: Golden Parachutes to Embattled Dictators”

Thursday, 12/7, (Car Barn 110 Conference Room), 12:30-1:45pm
Presenter: Nikhil Kalyanpur
Title: “Liberalism Outsourced: Why Oligarchs and Autocrats Fight in Foreign Courts”