SoWEPS-4 - Fall 2021, hosted by Clemson and Vanderbilt
Conveners: Peter White (Clemson) and Guillermo Toral (Vanderbilt)
Daniela Osorio Michel (Vanderbilt): "Revising Role Congruity Theory: Understanding Bias toward Women Politicians in Latin America"
Brandon Merrell (Georgia Tech): "Education for All? The Gender Literacy Gap and the Distribution Effects of World Bank Assistance"
Handi (Rita) Li (Emory): "Transparency for Authoritarian Stability: Open Government Information and Contention with Institutions in China"
Tanu Kumar (William & Mary): "How the Content of Claims Shapes Government Responsiveness: Theory and Evidence from Mumbai"
SoWEPS-3 - Spring 2021, hosted by the University of Georgia (UGA) and Florida State University (FSU)
Conveners: Mollie Cohen (UGA), Dotan Haim (FSU) and Molly Ariotti (UGA)
Lauren Ferry (University of Mississippi) & Cleo O’Brien-Udry (Yale): "Turning the Tables? Aid, Status, and Stability in the International System"
Liana Eustacia Reyes (Rice): "Rebel and Incumbent Law: Incompatible Governance Systems and the Intractability of Civil Conflicts"
Patrick Pierson (Emory): "Political Assassinations and Voter Participation: Evidence from South Africa"
Risa Kitagawa (Northeastern) & Fiona Shen-Bayh (William & Mary): "Framing the International Criminal Court: Tracking Sentiment in African News Media"
SoWEPS-2 - Fall 2020, hosted by Duke University
Conveners: Adriane Fresh (Duke), Rachel Myrick (Duke), Livia Schubiger (Duke)
Jan Vogler (UVA): "Pandemics and Political Development:The Electoral Legacy of the Black Death in Germany"
Hannah Ridge (Duke): "(Il)liberal Democrats in Egypt"
Pearce Edwards (Emory): "Fixing the Past: The Effects of Human Rights Trials on Political Attitudes in Argentina"
Eroll Kuhn (UNC): "Do Longer Refugee Journeys Hamper Economic Integration? Evidence from Switzerland's Participation in the European Refugee Relocation Program"
Yuko Sato (Tulane/Missouri): "Protest and Polarization: The Case of the 2018 Presidential Election in Brazil"
SoWEPS-1 - Fall 2019, hosted by Emory University
Conveners: Danielle Jung (Emory) and Renard Sexton (Emory)
Jeremy Spater (Duke), “Exposure and Preferences: Evidence from Indian Slums.”
Yael Zeira (Ole Miss), “The Ethnicization of Syria’s Conflict.”
Don Grasse (Emory), “Extractive Institutions and Social Conflict: Theory and Evidence from Indonesia”
Dean Dulay (Duke), “When Running for Office Runs in the Family”
Abbey Heller (Emory), “Public Support for Electoral Reform: The Role of Electoral System Experience”
Gong Chen (Georgia State), Umberto Mignozzetti (FGV), Patrick Pierson (Emory), Hannah Ridge (Duke), Miguel Rueda (Emory), Justin Schon (Florida), Jan Vogler (UVA), Jeffrey Ziegler (Emory)