April 3, 2022
Please join us for a virtual half-day nonpartisan training for women and non-binary students on how to run for student government and political office. Participants will consider their own candidacy, discuss the importance of women running for political office, examine the issues they care about, map out their support networks, craft and deliver elevator speeches, learn more about campaign strategy, hear from incredible speakers who have run for office, and more.
This workshop is free! Please register here.
And, to nominate someone to participate in this event, fill out this form.
June 12, 2020
Virtual Panel Discussion:
- Chad Williams, the Samuel J. and Augusta Spector Chair in History and the Chair of the African and African American Studies department (Moderator)
- Anita Hill, University Professor
- Daniel Kryder, the Louis Stulberg Chair in Law and Politics/li>
- Leah Wright Rigueur, the Harry Truman Associate Professor of History
America is in the midst of reckoning with the legacies of racism, racial violence, and systemic injustice against black people. The current national uprising, sparked by the recent murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery, have exposed the complex intersections of history, politics, and the law in how race, white supremacy, and anti-blackness function in American society. Join us for a conversation with leading Brandeis faculty about these issues and how we can chart a new future for black lives.
March 15, 2020
Please join us for a half-day nonpartisan training for women on how to run for student government and political office. Participants will consider their own candidacy, discuss the importance of women running for political office, examine the issues they care about, map out their support networks, craft and deliver elevator speeches, learn more about campaign strategy, hear from incredible speakers who have run for office, and more. To nominate someone to participate in this event, fill out this form.
This workshop is free with lunch provided. Please register here!
March 10, 2020
Professor Peter Dreier, E.P. Clapp Distinguished Professor of Politics at Occidental College, will be visiting Brandeis to speak about his newest book, "We Own the Future: Democratic Socialism – American Style." Hosted by the Department of Politics and sponsored by Jules Bernstein ’57.
March 5, 2020
Come enjoy breakfast for lunch with your politics professors and discuss the results of Super Tuesday and the direction that the electoral politics are taking in the U.S.
January 30, 2020
It took 72 years for us to win the right to vote. Learn about the mobilization from 1848 at Seneca Falls to 1920, and passage of the 19th Amendment. Presenters: Professors Joyce Antler, Jill Greenlee with Theo Tyson, Anja Parish and others.
April 15, 2019
Greenberg Scholars, Tamar Lieberman, Tal Richtman, and Julianna Scionti, will present their research projects. Support of their research was made possible by a generous donation from the Joshua Greenberg Memorial Fund. Joshua Greenberg (1970-98) graduated from Brandeis, '92, with a major in Politics. The Joshua Greenberg Memorial Fund was established by Joshua's family and friends to honor his life and preserve his memory.
February 27, 2019
Farah Pandith, Adjunct Senior Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations
Paul Turner, Director and Senior Advisor for CVE, Creative Associates
Saida Abdi, Director of Community Relations, Boston Children's Hospital Refugee Trauma and Relilience Center
February 14, 2019
Session 1: Featuring Olivia Santoro of the ACLU Massachusetts, who will describe legislative priorities.
January 25, 2017
Christian A. Herter Professor of International Relations
Shai Feldman, Judy and Sidney Swartz Director's Chair of the Crown Center for Middle East Studies and Professor of Politics
Lucy Goodhart, Lecturer in International & Global Studies and Politics
Jill Greenlee (Moderator), Associate Professor of Politics
Jeffrey Lenowitz, Assistant Professor of Politics
November 29, 2016
Charles Stewart III, Distinguished Professor of Political Science at MIT
Kay Lehman Schlozman, J. Joseph Moakey Professor of Political Science at Boston College
David A. Hopkins, Assistant Professor of Political Science at Boston College
September 29, 2016
Interdepartmental Forum: History, Politics and Economics
George J. Hall (presenting)
David Hackett Fischer
Steven L. Burg
May 4, 2016
"2016: The Constitution at a Crossroads"
May 3, 2016
A Panel Discussion
May 3, 2016
March 22, 2016
A special Primary Season screening of Elia Kazan's classic film, "A Face in the Crowd," with commentary by Prof. Bernie Yack
February 2, 2016
A talk by Colin Kahl, National Security Advisor to Vice President Biden