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  • Publish Date:2020/07/29
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TONIGHT: American National Election Studies lecture


Subject: TONIGHT: American National Election Studies lecture


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Blalock Lecture: "The American National Election Study and Archived Data at ICPSR"

When: Tuesday, July 28 at 7:30 p.m. EDT
Presenters: Vincent Hutchings, University of Michigan; David Thomas, ICPSR
Zoom URL to join the lecture (live captioning available)

The ICPSR Summer Program would like to invite you to tonight's Blalock lecture! These lectures are FREE and open to the public. This lecture is a collaboration between the ICPSR Summer Program and the Institute for Social Research.

Abstract: The speakers will discuss the history of the ICPSR Archival data project and spend some time discussing findings from recent studies. They will also address how to access the data, as well as some of the benefits and opportunities in using the ICPSR archives.

Bios: Vincent L. Hutchings is Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Michigan, where he is also Faculty Associate at the Center for Political Studies of the Institute for Social Research. Professor Hutchings' general interests include public opinion, elections, voting behavior, and African American politics. He recently published a book at Princeton University Press entitled Public Opinion and Democratic Accountability: How Citizens Learn About Politics, that focuses on how, and under what circumstances, citizens monitor (and consequently influence) their elected representative's voting behavior. In addition to this project, Professor Hutchings also studies how the size of the African American constituency in congressional districts can influence legislative responsiveness to Black interests.

David Thomas is a senior data project manager at ICPSR. He has been with ICPSR since 2003 and has held various positions across the curation and project management teams. He has been with the Resource Center for Minority Data (RCMD) since 2007 as the archive/project manager. RCMD is an archive whose mission is to acquire, disseminate, and promote data on underrepresented populations. While its initial focus was on underrepresented populations by race and ethnicity, that focus has expanded to include underrepresented gender identity and sexual orientation.




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About the ICPSR Summer Program Blalock Lecture Series

The ICPSR Summer Program Blalock Lecture Series features presentations by respected researchers on topics of interest to the social science community, including advanced quantitative methods and diversity, equity, and inclusion. 




All 2020 Blalock Lectures are recorded!
We are uploading every Blalock lecture from the 2020 Summer Program to a YouTube playlist. If you missed a lecture or just want to watch again, we will have each lecture uploaded as soon as it's ready.


2020 Blalock Lecture Series Playlist












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