How Effective is Nativist Religious Rhetoric? A Survey Experiment in Austria, Germany, and Switzerland (VIRTUAL)
Kellogg Doctoral Student Affiliate, Political Science
The Comparative Politics Workshop is a graduate student-led forum geared towards presenting and discussing papers and research projects. During the academic semester, regular sessions are held at the Hesburgh Center. These meetings are open to everyone, particularly students, faculty and Kellogg Institute Visiting Fellows. Participants have the chance to present their work and receive valuable, constructive feedback from their colleagues.
More information: Contact Comparative Politics Field Representative Jake Turner
I am a sixth year PhD Candidate in Political Science at the University of Notre Dame, a Doctoral Student Affiliate of the Kellogg Institute for International Studies, and Graduate Fellow of the Notre Dame International Security Center. I am a Comparativist studying religion and politics. My dissertation project explores historic explanations for the contemporary use of religious rhetoric by nativist parties in Central Europe...