Upcoming Events

  • Apr 27

    Political Economy Workshop (Gov 3007)

    12:00pm to 2:00pm

    Presentations given by Eduardo Teso and Kara Ross Camarena

    First, Kara Ross Camarena will present her paper "Increasing Refugee Flows: The Cost of Intervening in a Neighboring Country’s Civil War," with Soeren Henn as discussant. 

    Second, Edoardo Teso will present a work in progress titled "The Role of Corporate Elites in Campaign Finance: Evidence from Directors of U.S. Public Firms." He wrote a 4-page memo about the project, which is attached here. 

    Please also find Kara's abstract below and paper attached. Hope to see many of you there.

  • Apr 29

    Applied Statistics Workshop (Gov3009)

    12:00pm to 1:30pm

    Location: 

    CGIS Knaffel 1737 Cambridge St, Cambridge Room K354

    The Applied Statistics Workshop (Gov 3009) meets all academic year, Wednesdays, 12pm-1:30pm, in CGIS K354. This workshop is a forum for advanced graduate students, faculty, and visiting scholars to present and discuss methodological or empirical work in progress in an interdisciplinary setting. The workshop features a tour of Harvard's statistical innovations and applications with weekly stops in different fields and disciplines and includes occasional presentations by invited speakers.

  • Apr 30

    CGA Annual Conference

    1:30pm to 5:00pm

    Location: 

    CGIS South - Belfer Case Study Room

    1965 was a seminal year in the history of GIS, as the Harvard Laboratory for Computer Graphics (subsequently Computer Graphics and Spatial Analysis, LCGSA ) embarked on a 20+ year journey of research and development in theoretical geography, computer cartography, spatial analysis, and environmental design, which gave us many of today's essential ideas and early versions of tools now embedded in GIS, remote sensing, geospatial science, geodesign, and online culture.

  • May 01

    CGA Annual Conference

    9:00am to 5:00pm

    Location: 

    CGIS South - Tsai Lecture Hall

    1965 was a seminal year in the history of GIS, as the Harvard Laboratory for Computer Graphics (subsequently Computer Graphics and Spatial Analysis, LCGSA ) embarked on a 20+ year journey of research and development in theoretical geography, computer cartography, spatial analysis, and environmental design, which gave us many of today's essential ideas and early versions of tools now embedded in GIS, remote sensing, geospatial science, geodesign, and online culture.

  • May 08

    Harvard Meeting on Political Geography

    May 08, 8:00am to May 09, 6:00pm

    Location: 

    S010

    Facilitating cutting-edge research on political geography through a gathering of leading scholars in the field.

    For more information about participating and partial travel funding, please contact Michael Hankinson.

    For a list of participants, please go to here.