Research

A Collaborative Community

Collaboration is a hallmark of the way the Kellogg Institute both formally and informally interacts as a community and conducts research.  Formal opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration offered by the Institute include Working Groups, Research Clusters, and Academic Conferences that lead to collaborative publications. 

Kellogg Institute Africa Working Group

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Working Groups

Led by Institute faculty fellows, the groups typically draw together an interdisciplinary mix of faculty members, visiting fellows, graduate students, and even undergraduates to further inquiry on emerging research themes and or focus attention on topical, interdisciplinary issues.

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Kellogg Faculty Fellows Cat Bolton and Matt Bloom

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Research Clusters

A new initiative of the Kellogg Institute, Research Clusters promote innovative, collaborative, and interdisciplinary research on issues closely aligned with the Institute’s core themes that promise to generate sustained, dynamic collaborations and multiple scholarly outputs. These select faculty-led research groups are set to begin in the fall of 2017.

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Calendar

Upcoming Events

Thursday

April 26 to April 28
1968 in Europe and Latin America Conference
Conferences/Workshops
April 26
Public Lecture: 1968: A Long Time Coming
Seminars/Lectures

Friday

April 27
Conflict Prevention Agencies and Civil Society Organizations in Puno and Cajamarca
Working Groups, Comparative Politics Workshop
Omar Coronel Cuadros

Saturday

April 28
Public Lecture: "1968: Reform or Revolution"
Seminars/Lectures
Ignacio Walker

Tuesday

Upcoming Deadlines

No Deadlines In The Near Future