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2021 C-Dem Postdoc Workshop

Here you will find information about our upcoming meeting on December 13, including the papers for discussion, the schedule, hotel and restaurant information.

C-Dem Postdoc Workshop - December 13, 2021
Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy, University of Toronto

Out of towners are staying at the Kimpton Saint George. There are lots of good places for dinner nearby on Bloor St, Harbord St and College St. Coordinate amongst yourselves! (Keep receipts)

 

We are meting at 9am on Monday morning in the Boardroom of the Observatory at the Munk School (a 2 min walk from the hotel). There will be coffee and light breakfast available. 

We will have lunch on site.

 

The last paper session will end around 4pm and dinner is at 7pm, about a 15 min walk away.

 

People are of course free (perhaps even encouraged) to grab a pre dinner drink somewhere. 

Below is a tentative schedule. If you want to change slots with someone, just email that person and Daniel and we will work it out.

Remember: No presentations! Everyone has read everything.

Forms:

UofT visitor COVID screening form Please fill this out within 24hr of arriving on campus and email to Ana Cardoso (ana.cardoso@utoronto.ca), Manager, Office of the Munk Director.

 

Expense claim form Please email your completed expense form (signed by you as “the claimant”) - along with the relevant supporting documentation - to John (john.mcandrews@utoronto.ca).  Reimbursement will be by cheque mailed to the address that you provided on the form.

Schedule

9.00am-9.30am Coffee, light breakfast and intros 


9.30am-10.15am Paper 1: Jordan Mansell, "Everybody Hurts: Prejudice Caused by and Resulting in Negative Emotions"

10.30am-11.15am Paper 2: Quinn Albaugh, "Who Identifies Outside the Gender Binary in Online Surveys?"

11.30am-12.15pm Paper 3: John McAndrews, "Are Citizens Tougher on Politicians Than Other Professions?"

12.15pm-1.45pm Lunch on site 

1.45pm-2.45pm Rapid presentations: Amber Lee, Christian Henning Schimpf, Laura French

3.00pm-4.00pm Paper 4: Beatrice Magistro, "Automation and AI"

7.00pm Dinner: Her Father's Cider, 119 Harbord St

We thank SSHRC and the Office of the Vice President Research and Innovation, the Department of Politics
and Faculty of Arts at Ryerson for support of this workshop.