Work-in-Progress seminars allow members of the Kellogg scholarly community to gather valuable, in-depth input on current research through an interdisciplinary discussion of their projects. Begun in 2013 to advance the work of Kellogg visiting fellows, the small, focused sessions are now open as well to faculty fellows, distinguished research affiliates, and dissertation year fellows seeking constructive critique of new scholarship.
A Work-in-Progress Seminar is limited to no more than 20 faculty members and graduate students, with participants preparing by reading a paper or other material circulated in advance. In accordance with University guidelines for social distancing, seminars will offer a possibility of remote participation.
Each Work-In-Progress seminar has a registration form particular to that individual event. Please see the individual event pages for the registration links. With registration you will receive the pre-circulated paper and further details on joining on campus or by computer or phone.
Guidelines for presenters, discussants, and participants can be found here.