In this edition: 70 years in 2017 | Roper in Latin America |
Summer of Love 50th anniversary | Andrew Kohut Fellowship
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70 Years at the Roper Center
This year, we’re celebrating 70 years as the world’s foremost archive of public opinion data. Thanks to you, our members and data providers, we’ll continue to collect, preserve, and disseminate data that reflects the opinions of populations worldwide. Here’s to 70 more years of excellence!
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Roper in Latin America
The Roper Center continues to expand its family of data providers and member institutions with a focus on Latin America. With nearly 1,500 studies available from 20 countries and territories, the Roper archive is the definitive source for Latin American public opinion data.
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2017 Andrew Kohut Fellowship

The Roper Center is proud to announce that José Tomás Sánchez Gómez and Claire Liu have been chosen as the inaugural Andrew Kohut Fellows for the summer of 2017. Meet them here!
Upcoming Events

Speaker Series: Talia Stroud of the University of Texas will be the fall guest in our on-campus Speaker Series. Join us for her seminar on Monday, October 16th.

Mitofsky Award: Save the date! The 2017 Warren J. Mitofsky Award ceremony and dinner will be held on Thursday, November 9th in New York City.

Conferences: So far in 2017, the Roper Center has attended ACRL, AAPOR and IASSIST in addition to co-hosting the NADDI conference at Cornell. Look for us at ASA and APSA!
The summer of 1967—the Summer of Love, of hippies and be-ins, of protests and riots—still stands in the popular imagination as a turning point. The social changes that had been building over the previous decade finally exploded, leaving the country forever changed. Fifty years later, a look at public opinion during this turbulent period showcases the depth and breadth of the Roper Center archive.

Over the next few weeks, the Roper Center will explore changing attitudes toward premarital sex, responses to rioting in American cities, and public perceptions of the draft. We’ll highlight datasets that allow researchers to better understand the problems of 1967 at home and abroad. And we’ll offer a glimpse at the lighter side of iPOLL, with American opinions on miniskirts, long hair, and rock and roll.

Read more here and keep up with our blog for updates throughout the summer!
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