20/06/2016 Three Papers at EPSA 2016 in Brussels

I (or my co-authors) will present three new papers at this year’s EPSA 2016 annual conference in Brussels:   THU 12:00: Improving Survey Estimates of Religious Demography Using Bayesian MRP Models (with Chris Claassen) THU 16:00: Muslim Integration, Policy Decision and Citizen Response (with Marc Helbling) SAT 13:00: The Sensitivity of... View Article

01/06/2016 Lecture on “Data Visualization”

Today, I will give a lecture on “Data Visualization” at the GLES Young Researchers Network. When? 17:30-18.15. Where?  Universität Koblenz-Landau, Gebäude C1, Fortstraße 7, 76829 Landau.

17/05/2016 Data Visualization Workshop

Today, I will give a short graduate student workshop on “Visualizing Data and Models” here in Frankfurt. When? 14.00-18.00. Where? Goethe University Frankfurt, 3.PEG 170.  

19/04/2016 Data Visualisation Course in Essex!

I will be teaching a full two-weeks course on “Data Visualisation” in this year’s Essex Summer School in Social Science Data Analysis. It’s always a pleasure to come back to lovely Colchester!

03/04/2016 Paper presentation at MPSA

Next week, I will present a fresh new paper on “MRP for Religious Minorities: Estimating the Demography of Small Religious Groups” (joint work with Chris Claassen, Glasgow) at the 74th Annual Conference of the Midwestern Political Science Association in Chicago. Where? Palmer House Hilton, Chicago. When? Friday, April 8th, 3:00 pm... View Article

12/03/2016 Paper presentation at WZB Social Science Center in Berlin

Next week, I will present a new paper on “How Should the State Regulate Public Demonstrations of Radical Religious Groups?” (joint work with Marc Helbling) at the WZB Social Science Center Conference “Institutional and Policy Experiments in Research on Migration, Ethnicity and Intergroup Relations”. Where? WZB Berlin, Reichpietschufer 50, 10785 Berlin,... View Article

12/01/2016 Re-print of our PA piece!

Our (Andi, Jeff and myself) Political Analysis article “Modeling Latent Information in Voting Data with Dirichlet Process Priors” will be re-printed in the upcoming volumne Advances in Political Methodology (Oxford University Press) edited by Rob Franzese. Sweet.

03/12/2015 Two Blog Posts on CPS Paper

Two political science blogs have featured our recent CPS piece: “Religious Threat and the Re-re-thinking of Secularism: Why Citizens Fear Muslim Immigration” at the EPSA blog The Plot. (Thanks, Andi!) “Führen Kruzifixe im Schulzimmer zu einer ablehnenden Einstellung gegenüber Muslimen?” at the Swiss political science blog DeFacto. (Thanks, Sarah!)  ... View Article