Sponsored by the Institute for the Study of Religion, Economics, and Society
June 7-8, 2013
Chapman University (Orange, California)
Application deadline: April 26, 2013
IRES invites applications to its second annual graduate student workshop. The workshop is designed primarily for advanced students in economics, sociology, and political science, but we welcome proposals from all disciplines.
The workshop provides two days of intensive instruction, interaction, and feedback for a select group of advanced graduate students. Each student must have a completed paper, and all papers will be circulated and studied in advance. Sessions will center on presentations and discussion, with two or more professors giving detailed feedback on each paper. Alumni of the workshop are strongly encouraged to submit their papers for presentation at the April 2014 meetings of ASREC, the Association for the Study of Religion, Economics, and Culture.
Faculty participants will include:
- Christopher Bader (Chapman/Soc)
- Jean-Paul Carvalho (UC Irvine/Econ)
- Tony Gill (U. Washington/Poli-Sci)
- Laurence Iannaccone (Chapman/Econ)
- Michael McBride (UC Irvine/Econ)
- Andrea Molle (Chapman/Poli-Sci)
- Steven Pfaff (U. Washington/Soc)
- Jared Rubin (Chapman U./Econ)
- Carolyn Warner (ASU/Poli-Sci).
Applications should include a one-page summary and CV. The one-page summary should include your name, university affiliation, email, graduate advisor, and a 300-500 word description of your work.
Send your applications to Elizabeth Hofeldt at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than April 26. If you already have a draft of your paper, please send it as well.
IRES will cover the cost of economy flights, hotel, and meals.