is Professor of Political Science at Indiana University. She studies the evolution of state-society relations and state responsiveness in autocratic and transitional regimes, focusing on elections, protest, and legislative decision-making. Her most recent book,
Elections, Protest, and Autocratic Regime Stability
is forthcoming at Cambridge University Press, November 2020. She holds a PhD in Political Science from Duke University.
is a Reader at King's Russia Institute (King's College London). Gulnaz is a leading expert on federalism and sub-national politics in Russia, and holds a PhD in Political Science from the George Washington University. She was born in Tatarstan, Russia, and still keeps tight connections to her homeland.
is a Havighurst
Fellow at Miami University's Havighurst Center for Russian and Post-Soviet Studies and the Department of Global and Intercultural Studies. He studies how corruption influences elite and mass behavior in authoritarian contexts, and holds a PhD in Political Science from Indiana University.
Friday, May 29, 2020
12:30-2:00 pm (EDT)
Meeting Number (Access Code)
472 017 688