2010 Annual Meeting Program

Online Program » Thursday, Sep 2

| 7:00 AM | | 8:00 AM | | 10:15 AM | | 11:00 AM | | 12:00 PM | | 12:15 PM | | 12:30 PM | | 12:45 PM | | 2:00 PM | | 3:00 PM | | 4:15 PM | | 5:30 PM | | 6:00 PM | | 6:15 PM | | 7:00 PM | | 7:30 PM | | 8:00 PM | | 10:00 PM |

Please note: all information presented below is subject to change.

Date/Time

 

 
  

Thursday, Sep 2, 7:00 AM

 
 

Organized Sections Breakfast (APSA Events)

 
 
  

Thursday, Sep 2, 8:00 AM

 
 

Hard Times and the Plight of Women (T-12 Theme)

 
 
 

Hard Times and Economic Voting (T-13 Theme)

 
 
 

The Demands of Affect and Sensibility: Political Theory Beyond Rationality (1-3 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 
 
 

Power/Authority/Rule: Democratic Perspectives (1-26 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 
 
 

Power/Authority/Rule: Democratic Perspectives (2-9 Foundations of Political Theory)

 
 
 

Affective States (2-28 Foundations of Political Theory)

 
 
 

Political Reflection through Extraordinary Experience (2-40 Foundations of Political Theory)

 
 
 

The Good Citizen: Re-thinking Political Obligation (3-33 Normative Political Theory)

 
 
 

Let's Get Motivated (5-6 Political Psychology)

 
 
 

Politics in Hard Times: A Retrospective (6-1 Political Economy)

 
 
 

Insecurity, Inequality and Politics in Times of Crisis (6-15 Political Economy)

 
 
 

State Building in Comparative and Historical Perspective (7-2 Politics and History)

 
 
 

New Approaches to Qualitative Methods (8-14 Political Methodology)

 
 
 

Politics in Hard Times: A Retrospective (11-2 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

The Politics of Redistribution: Taxation and Spending in Latin America and Post-Communist Europe (11-6 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

The Politics of Immigration and Integration in Europe (11-15 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

Local Politics and Public Goods Provision: Participation, Poverty, and Protests in Latin America (11-21 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

The Politics of Global Health: Intersecting International and Domestic Politics (11-25 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

Thinking Outside the State (11-35 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

The Political Economy of Empires, States, and Democracy (11-56 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

The Politics of Redistribution: Taxation and Spending in Latin America and Post-Communist Europe (12-3 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 
 
 

Local Politics and Public Goods Provision: Participation, Poverty, and Protests in Latin America (12-10 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 
 
 

Political Economy of Growth and Inequality in China (12-17 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 
 
 

Micro-foundations of Transitional Justice (12-38 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 
 
 

Life Goes On: Dilemmas of Public Goods Provision in Africa’s Failed States (12-43 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 
 
 

Political Economy of Growth and Inequality in China (13-2 The Politics of Communist and Former Communist Countries)

 
 
 

Insecurity, Inequality and Politics in Times of Crisis (14-3 Advanced Industrial Societies)

 
 
 

The Politics of Immigration and Integration in Europe (15-3 European Politics and Society)

 
 
 

European Security (15-12 European Politics and Society)

 
 
 

Trade and Politics (16-10 International Political Economy)

 
 
 

Global Environmental Politics: Insights from Comparative and International Political Economy (16-27 International Political Economy)

 
 
 

The Law of War: Compliance and Beyond (17-13 International Collaboration)

 
 
 

European Security (18-3 International Security)

 
 
 

Formal Models of Bargaining and War (18-6 International Security)

 
 
 

Rethinking International Peace Interventions in Sub-Saharan Africa (18-22 International Security)

 
 
 

Disaggregating Conflict Processes: Actor-Specific Models of Civil and Interstate Wars (18-48 International Security)

 
 
 

Impact of Sanctions and Embargos (19-11 International Security and Arms Control)

 
 
 

Terrorism and State Sponsors (19-13 International Security and Arms Control)

 
 
 

Terrorism and State Sponsors (20-8 Foreign Policy)

 
 
 

Time Horizons and International Politics (20-15 Foreign Policy)

 
 
 

Disaggregating Conflict Processes: Actor-Specific Models of Civil and Interstate Wars (21-14 Conflict Processes)

 
 
 

Quality of Government and Armed Confict (21-26 Conflict Processes)

 
 
 

Speechwriters Meet Scholars: Presidential Rhetoric in the Age of Obama (23-14 Presidency Research)

 
 
 

Hard Times Hit Home: State Politics and Budgeting (24-3 Public Administration)

 
 
 

Arenas of Policy: What Really Matters for Politics and Policy? (25-3 Public Policy)

 
 
 

Policy and Politics on State Courts (26-3 Law and Courts)

 
 
 

American Federalism in the Obama Era (28-5 Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations)

 
 
 

Hard Times Hit Home: State Politics and Budgeting (29-2 State Politics and Policy)

 
 
 

Policy and Politics on State Courts (29-3 State Politics and Policy)

 
 
 

Comparative Urban Immigration (30-7 Urban Politics)

 
 
 

Theme Panel: Hard Times and the Plight of Women (31-2 Women and Politics Research)

 
 
 

Gender and Leadership (31-13 Women and Politics Research)

 
 
 

The Politics of Coalitions, Intersectionality, and Linked-Fate (32-12 Race, Ethnicity, and Politics)

 
 
 

When is a Crisis a Catastrophe? Hurricane Katrina, Foreclosures, AIDS, and the Construction of Urban Crises (32-22 Race, Ethnicity, and Politics)

 
 
 

Crossing Boundaries: Religious and Political Voices (33-11 Religion and Politics)

 
 
 

Empirical Studies of Islam and Democracy (33-18 Religion and Politics)

 
 
 

Party Systems (34-3 Representation and Electoral Systems)

 
 
 

Where's My Money? Donating as a Political Behavior (36-18 Elections and Voting Behavior)

 
 
 

Theme Panel: Hard Times and Economic Voting (36-24 Elections and Voting Behavior)

 
 
 

Framing Effects and Public Opinion (37-12 Public Opinion)

 
 
 

The Future of Blogging (38-4 Political Communication)

 
 
 

Speechwriters Meet Scholars: Presidential Rhetoric in the Age of Obama (38-5 Political Communication)

 
 
 

The Politics of Science Policy (39-5 Science, Technology, and Environmental Politics)

 
 
 

The Future of Blogging (40-2 Information Technology and Politics)

 
 
 

Empirical Studies of Islam and Democracy (44-10 Comparative Democratization)

 
 
 

Quality of Government and Armed Confict (44-12 Comparative Democratization)

 
 
 

New Approaches to Qualitative Methods (46-1 Qualitative and Multi-method Research)

 
 
 

The Politics of Global Health: Intersecting International and Domestic Politics (48-1 Health Politics and Policy)

 
 
 

Life Goes On: Dilemmas of Public Goods Provision in Africa’s Failed States (Panel 1 African Politics Conference Group)

 
 
 

British Democracy: The Changing Roles of Citizens and Elites (Panel 4 British Politics Group)

 
 
 

How is Tocqueville Relevant Today? (Panel 13 Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship and Political Philosophy)

 
 
 

Comparative Urban Immigration (Panel 2 Comparative Urban Politics)

 
 
 

Chinese Grand Strategy in Diplomacy (Panel 2 Global Forum of Chinese Political Scientists)

 
 
 

Expectations Betrayed? 25 Years of Iberian Membership in the European Union (Panel 1 Iberian Studies Group)

 
 
 

The Politics of Coalitions, Intersectionality, and Linked-Fate (Panel 2 Latino Caucus in Political Science)

 
 
 

American Federalism in the Obama Era (Panel 1 Publius: The Journal of Federalism)

 
 
 

De-Culturation and Civic Consciousness in America (Panel 6 Eric Voegelin Society)

 
 
  

Thursday, Sep 2, 10:15 AM

 
 

Popular Responses to the Economic Crisis (T-11 Theme)

 
 
 

Hard Times and PhDs: The Political Science Job Market and Non-Academic Careers (T-33 Theme)

 
 
 

Locke, Materialism and Commerce (1-9 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 
 
 

The Spectacle of Hard Times: Theory and Film in a Dangerous Dialogue (2-12 Foundations of Political Theory)

 
 
 

Political Temporalities (2-29 Foundations of Political Theory)

 
 
 

Risk (2-41 Foundations of Political Theory)

 
 
 

Hannah Arendt: Visuality, Masking, and Loss (2-48 Foundations of Political Theory)

 
 
 

Crisis and Founding Moments in Democratic Theory (2-65 Foundations of Political Theory)

 
 
 

Power, Oppression, Domination (2-66 Foundations of Political Theory)

 
 
 

Crisis and Founding Moments in Democratic Theory (3-18 Normative Political Theory)

 
 
 

Power, Oppression, Domination (3-32 Normative Political Theory)

 
 
 

Strategic Judicial Deliberation and Decisionmaking (4-3 Formal Political Theory)

 
 
 

Genetics and Political Behavior (5-12 Political Psychology)

 
 
 

Hard Money in Hard Times: Crises and the Global Financial System (6-19 Political Economy)

 
 
 

Surveys and Survey Experiments in IPE (6-21 Political Economy)

 
 
 

Roundtable on Daniel Carpenter's Reputation and Power (7-7 Politics and History)

 
 
 

Author Meets Critics: Roundtable on Christopher Parker's Fighting for Democracy: Black Veterans and the Struggle Against White Supremacy in the Postwar South (7-22 Politics and History)

 
 
 

Advances in Measuring Political Knowledge and Learning (8-12 Political Methodology)

 
 
 

Engaging Students with Simulations (9-2 Teaching and Learning)

 
 
 

Engaging Students with Simulations (10-2 Political Science Education)

 
 
 

Land and Politics: Comparative Perspectives on Land Rights, Rural Social Structures and Conflict in Asia, Africa and the Middle East. (11-22 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

New Approaches to Citizenship and Identity in Post-Communist States (11-26 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

The Future of Comparative Politics: International Perspectives (11-43 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

Elections in Authoritarian Regimes (11-46 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

Political Transitions (11-59 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

Land and Politics: Comparative Perspectives on Land Rights, Rural Social Structures and Conflict in Asia, Africa and the Middle East. (12-11 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 
 
 

Disaggregating Civil War: New Efforts in Data Collection and Hypothesis Testing (12-19 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 
 
 

Global Capital and Domestic Politics (12-30 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 
 
 

How Crime and Police Abuse Destabilize Fragile Democracies (12-40 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 
 
 

New Approaches to Citizenship and Identity in Post-Communist States (13-1 The Politics of Communist and Former Communist Countries)

 
 
 

China Inc.?: Business and Government in China’s International Relations (13-4 The Politics of Communist and Former Communist Countries)

 
 
 

Russia and the Politics of Reform in Post-Communist Europe and Eurasia (13-16 The Politics of Communist and Former Communist Countries)

 
 
 

Cleavages, Voting and Party Strategies in Industrialized Democracies (14-9 Advanced Industrial Societies)

 
 
 

Electoral Systems, Parties and Redistribution (14-13 Advanced Industrial Societies)

 
 
 

Cleavages, Voting and Party Strategies in Industrialized Democracies (15-6 European Politics and Society)

 
 
 

Right Wing Parties in Europe (15-13 European Politics and Society)

 
 
 

Hard Money in Hard Times: Crises and the Global Financial System (16-5 International Political Economy)

 
 
 

Surveys and Survey Experiments in IPE (16-11 International Political Economy)

 
 
 

Informal Governance in International Organizations (16-18 International Political Economy)

 
 
 

Informal Governance in International Organizations (17-2 International Collaboration)

 
 
 

An Emerging Capitalist Peace? (18-23 International Security)

 
 
 

Asia and the World (18-25 International Security)

 
 
 

Public Opinion and Strategic Choice in War (18-38 International Security)

 
 
 

Explaining and Predicting Violent Conflict: National Security and the Minerva Initiative (18-47 International Security)

 
 
 

Discourse and National Security: Reflections at the Strategic, Operational and Tactical Levels (19-8 International Security and Arms Control)

 
 
 

Threat Perception and Intelligence Failure (20-18 Foreign Policy)

 
 
 

An Emerging Capitalist Peace? (21-8 Conflict Processes)

 
 
 

Explaining and Predicting Violent Conflict: National Security and the Minerva Initiative (21-13 Conflict Processes)

 
 
 

United We Govern? Roundtable on Obama and the Democratic Congress (22-3 Legislative Studies)

 
 
 

States as Legislative Laboratories (22-5 Legislative Studies)

 
 
 

The Presidency of George W. Bush: Early Reflections (23-2 Presidency Research)

 
 
 

Gauging the Gauges: Issues in Organizational Performance and Performance Management (24-7 Public Administration)

 
 
 

Challenges and Choices in U.S. Economic Policy Making in an Era of Crisis (25-12 Public Policy)

 
 
 

Strategic Judicial Deliberation and Decisionmaking (26-1 Law and Courts)

 
 
 

U.S. Supreme Court Politics (26-4 Law and Courts)

 
 
 

Intersections of Law and Religion (26-19 Law and Courts)

 
 
 

States as Legislative Laboratories (29-1 State Politics and Policy)

 
 
 

Gender and Political Ambition (31-8 Women and Politics Research)

 
 
 

Race and the Politics of Health Policy (32-16 Race, Ethnicity, and Politics)

 
 
 

Author Meets Critics: Roundtable on Christopher Parker's Fighting for Democracy: Black Veterans and the Struggle Against White Supremacy in the Postwar South (32-18 Race, Ethnicity, and Politics)

 
 
 

Intersections of Law and Religion (33-8 Religion and Politics)

 
 
 

Right Wing Parties in Europe (35-3 Political Organizations and Parties)

 
 
 

Interest Group Influence (35-10 Political Organizations and Parties)

 
 
 

Causes and Consequences of Electoral Reform (36-25 Elections and Voting Behavior)

 
 
 

Genetics and Political Behavior (37-7 Public Opinion)

 
 
 

The Politics of High Technology Competitiveness (39-6 Science, Technology, and Environmental Politics)

 
 
 

The Spectacle of Hard Times: Theory and Film in a Dangerous Dialogue (41-2 Politics, Literature, and Film)

 
 
 

Understanding the Effectiveness of Movements (42-5 New Political Science)

 
 
 

Threat Perception and Intelligence Failure (43-6 International History and Politics)

 
 
 

How Crime and Police Abuse Destabilize Fragile Democracies (44-9 Comparative Democratization)

 
 
 

Russia and the Politics of Reform in Post-Communist Europe and Eurasia (44-17 Comparative Democratization)

 
 
 

Concept Analysis: Advances and Applications (46-15 Qualitative and Multi-method Research)

 
 
 

Race and the Politics of Health Policy (48-3 Health Politics and Policy)

 
 
 

Religion, Culture, Identity--Canada Intersects with the World (49-1 Canadian Politics)

 
 
 

Que hay de nuevo? Presenting New Latina/o Scholarship (Panel 1 APSA Committee on the Status of Latinos y Latinas in the Profession)

 
 
 

The British General Election of 2010 (Panel 3 British Politics Group)

 
 
 

The Human Costs of War (Panel 1 Committee for Analysis of Military Operations and Strategy)

 
 
 

Strategic Issues Facing the Obama Administration (Panel 9 Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship and Political Philosophy)

 
 
 

Concept Analysis: Advances and Applications (Panel 1 IPSA Research Committee 1 (Concepts and Methods))

 
 
 

The State and People's Movements (Panel 1 The Association of Korean Political Studies)

 
 
 

Philosophies of History in Comparison Voegelin and Rosenstock-Huessy (Panel 7 Eric Voegelin Society)

 
 
  

Thursday, Sep 2, 11:00 AM

 
 

The 2010 Midterm Elections: An Analysis (The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars)

 
 
  

Thursday, Sep 2, 12:00 PM

 
 

Workshop for Department Chairs: Making the Case for Political Science (APSA Departmental Services Committee)

 
 
 

Awards Luncheon (APSA Events)

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Practicing Politics: Political Scientists in Government, Policy Centers, and Other Policy-Related Organizations Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Organization Theory in Political Science and Public Policy Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Citizenship and Migration Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Constitutive Law Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on APSA Committee on the Status of Women in the Profession Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Immigration and U.S. Politics Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on The Politics of Punishment: Doing Time in Hard Times Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Democracy and Exceptional Leadership Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Political Ethics Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Comparative Political Theory: Future Approaches and Applications Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Small States in International Negotiations Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Practicing Politics: Political Scientists in Government, Policy Centers, and Other Policy-Related Organizations Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Organization Theory in Political Science and Public Policy Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Citizenship and Migration Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Constitutive Law Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on APSA Committee on the Status of Women in the Profession Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Immigration and U.S. Politics Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on The Politics of Punishment: Doing Time in Hard Times Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Democracy and Exceptional Leadership Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Political Ethics Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Comparative Political Theory: Future Approaches and Applications Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Small States in International Negotiations Session 1

 
 
  

Thursday, Sep 2, 12:15 PM

 
 

Executive Council Meeting (Political Organizations and Parties)

 
 
 

Business Meeting (Science, Technology, and Environmental Politics)

 
 
 

Publications Executive Committee Meeting (New Political Science)

 
 
 

Methods Cafe (46-17 Qualitative and Multi-method Research)

 
 
 

Research Support Symposium: Grants and Funding for Political Scientists (APSA Events)

 
 
 

Plenary Address delivered by Cary Nelson, President, American Association of University Professors (APSA Events)

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Practicing Politics: Political Scientists in Government, Policy Centers, and Other Policy-Related Organizations Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Organization Theory in Political Science and Public Policy Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Citizenship and Migration Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Constitutive Law Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on APSA Committee on the Status of Women in the Profession Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Immigration and U.S. Politics Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on The Politics of Punishment: Doing Time in Hard Times Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Democracy and Exceptional Leadership Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Political Ethics Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Comparative Political Theory: Future Approaches and Applications Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Small States in International Negotiations Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Practicing Politics: Political Scientists in Government, Policy Centers, and Other Policy-Related Organizations Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Organization Theory in Political Science and Public Policy Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Citizenship and Migration Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Constitutive Law Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on APSA Committee on the Status of Women in the Profession Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Immigration and U.S. Politics Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on The Politics of Punishment: Doing Time in Hard Times Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Democracy and Exceptional Leadership Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Political Ethics Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Comparative Political Theory: Future Approaches and Applications Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Small States in International Negotiations Session 1

 
 
 

Business Meeting (Women's Caucus for Political Science)

 
 
 

Board Meeting (Journal of Conflict Resolution)

 
 
 

Editorial Board Meeting (Journal of Political Science Education)

 
 
 

Editorial Board Meeting (Polity)

 
 
 

Editorial Board Meeting (Politics and Policy)

 
 
 

Executive Council Meeting (Pi Sigma Alpha)

 
 
 

Routledge Workshop on Identifying the best research in Political Science (Routledge Politics)

 
 
  

Thursday, Sep 2, 12:30 PM

 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Practicing Politics: Political Scientists in Government, Policy Centers, and Other Policy-Related Organizations Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Organization Theory in Political Science and Public Policy Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Citizenship and Migration Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Constitutive Law Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on APSA Committee on the Status of Women in the Profession Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Immigration and U.S. Politics Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on The Politics of Punishment: Doing Time in Hard Times Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Democracy and Exceptional Leadership Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Political Ethics Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Comparative Political Theory: Future Approaches and Applications Session 1

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Small States in International Negotiations Session 1

 
 
  

Thursday, Sep 2, 12:45 PM

 
 

Awards Ceremony (APSA Events)

 
 
  

Thursday, Sep 2, 2:00 PM

 
 

Hard Times and Political Cleavages in the Developing World (T-14 Theme)

 
 
 

Theme Roundtable: The Political Science of Samuel H. Beer (T-28 Theme)

 
 
 

Theme Roundtable: What Can Political Science Offer Journalists? (T-30 Theme)

 
 
 

Hard Times and Higher Education (T-32 Theme)

 
 
 

Ancient Greek Political Philosophy (1-7 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 
 
 

Democracy, Deliberation, and Representation (1-16 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 
 
 

Deliberation and Persuasion (1-21 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 
 
 

The Decline of the American Empire (1-24 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 
 
 

The Politics of Receptivity (1-35 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 
 
 

God and Political Representation. Is a Democratic Political Theology Possible? (2-4 Foundations of Political Theory)

 
 
 

The Decline of the American Empire (2-6 Foundations of Political Theory)

 
 
 

The Politics of Receptivity (2-21 Foundations of Political Theory)

 
 
 

On the Critical Study of Secularism: William Connolly and Talal Asad (2-50 Foundations of Political Theory)

 
 
 

Democracy, Deliberation and Representation (3-2 Normative Political Theory)

 
 
 

Deliberation and Persuasion (3-3 Normative Political Theory)

 
 
 

Democracy and Global Power (3-30 Normative Political Theory)

 
 
 

Formal Models of Legislative and Judicial Policymaking (4-7 Formal Political Theory)

 
 
 

Elements of Reasoning: Motivation, Heuristics and Cues (5-8 Political Psychology)

 
 
 

Understanding the Financial Crisis and Regulatory Challenges (6-6 Political Economy)

 
 
 

Pulling the GOP Right: Conservative Activism In the Republican Party (7-5 Politics and History)

 
 
 

Obama’s Agenda and the Dynamics of U.S. Politics: Governing During Hard Times (7-18 Politics and History)

 
 
 

Experiential Learning and Its Impact (9-5 Teaching and Learning)

 
 
 

Experiential Learning and Its Impact (10-4 Political Science Education)

 
 
 

Comparative Approaches to Political Change: Ethnography Unveiled? (11-10 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

Indigenous Political Participation in Latin America: Consequences for Democratic Governance, Institutions, and Representation (11-34 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

Participation in War (11-50 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

Parties in Comparative Perspective (11-66 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

Semi-Presidentialism: Diffusion, Organization, and Performance (11-72 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

Theme Panel: Hard Times and Political Cleavages in the Developing World (12-20 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 
 
 

Property Wrongs and Rights (12-34 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 
 
 

Eastern Europe After the EU (13-12 The Politics of Communist and Former Communist Countries)

 
 
 

Legislative Politics in the European Union (15-17 European Politics and Society)

 
 
 

Domestic Politics and International Law (16-23 International Political Economy)

 
 
 

Domestic Politics and International Law (17-7 International Collaboration)

 
 
 

Looking (Again) for Audience Costs (18-7 International Security)

 
 
 

Nuclear Proliferation: Predictable or Preventable? (18-17 International Security)

 
 
 

Outside Intervention and Mediation in Civil Conflict (18-19 International Security)

 
 
 

The Political Economy of Security (18-26 International Security)

 
 
 

Nuclear Proliferation: Predictable or Preventable? (19-2 International Security and Arms Control)

 
 
 

Ethnic Lobbies and Foreign Policy (20-9 Foreign Policy)

 
 
 

Looking (Again) for Audience Costs (21-4 Conflict Processes)

 
 
 

Determinants of War Outcomes (21-20 Conflict Processes)

 
 
 

Legislative Politics in the European Union (22-1 Legislative Studies)

 
 
 

Party Cohesion in Democratic Legislatures (22-14 Legislative Studies)

 
 
 

Obama’s Agenda and the Dynamics of U.S. Politics: Governing during Hard Times (23-4 Presidency Research)

 
 
 

Decentralization, Local Government, and Democratic Institution Building (24-10 Public Administration)

 
 
 

The Dynamics of Policy Change: Comprehensiveness, Complexity, Constraint, and Conflict (25-4 Public Policy)

 
 
 

Mobilization of Interests in Health Policy Development (25-21 Public Policy)

 
 
 

Judicial Independence, the Rule of Law and the Prospect for Good Governance (26-2 Law and Courts)

 
 
 

In Defense of Civil Liberties during War and Peace (27-9 Constitutional Law and Jurisprudence)

 
 
 

Innovations in Methods and Measurement in State Politics (29-10 State Politics and Policy)

 
 
 

Revisiting Racial Politics in American Cities (30-12 Urban Politics)

 
 
 

Gender, Representation and Policy Outcomes (31-4 Women and Politics Research)

 
 
 

Revisiting Racial Politics in American Cities (32-7 Race, Ethnicity, and Politics)

 
 
 

Latin@ Political Thought: Constructing a Paradigm (32-11 Race, Ethnicity, and Politics)

 
 
 

God and Political Representation. Is a Democratic Political Theology Possible? (33-2 Religion and Politics)

 
 
 

Data, Method, and Analysis in the Study of Religion and Politics (33-16 Religion and Politics)

 
 
 

Pulling the GOP Right: Conservative Activism In the Republican Party (35-1 Political Organizations and Parties)

 
 
 

Transforming Party Systems and Movements (35-7 Political Organizations and Parties)

 
 
 

Cold, Hard Cash: Money in American Politics (36-26 Elections and Voting Behavior)

 
 
 

Media Influences on Public Opinion (37-23 Public Opinion)

 
 
 

New Approaches to Media Data (38-11 Political Communication)

 
 
 

Internet, Aesthetics, and Power (39-8 Science, Technology, and Environmental Politics)

 
 
 

Global Information Technology Issues: Policy, Politics, & Methods (40-4 Information Technology and Politics)

 
 
 

Internet, Aesthetics, and Power (40-8 Information Technology and Politics)

 
 
 

Violence, Reconciliation, and Human Rights (42-7 New Political Science)

 
 
 

Technology, Nationalism and War (43-10 International History and Politics)

 
 
 

Decentralization, Local Government, and Democratic Institution Building (44-1 Comparative Democratization)

 
 
 

Judicial Independence, the Rule of Law and the Prospect for Good Governance (44-2 Comparative Democratization)

 
 
 

Semi-Presidentialism: Diffusion, Organization, and Performance (44-6 Comparative Democratization)

 
 
 

Political Clientelism as a Social Dilemma in New or Fragile Democracies (44-18 Comparative Democratization)

 
 
 

Violence, Reconciliation, and Human Rights (45-1 Human Rights)

 
 
 

Comparative Approaches to Political Change: Ethnography Unveiled? (46-2 Qualitative and Multi-method Research)

 
 
 

Standards for Qualitative Research (46-9 Qualitative and Multi-method Research)

 
 
 

Mobilization of Interests in Health Policy Development (48-4 Health Politics and Policy)

 
 
 

Same Sex Marriage and Relationship Recognition: Progress and Challenges (Panel 1 APSA Committee on the Status of Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals, and the Transgendered in the Profession)

 
 
 

The Political Science of Samuel H. Beer (In Memoriam)

 
 
 

APSA Task Force on Democracy Audits and Governmental Indicators: Democracy (APSA Events)

 
 
 

China and the Great Recession (Panel 1 Association of Chinese Political Studies)

 
 
 

Tea Parties and the Future of Big Government (Panel 1 Cato Institute)

 
 
 

Constitutional Issues in the Age of Obama (Panel 15 Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship and Political Philosophy)

 
 
 

In Defense of Civil Liberties during War and Peace (Panel 2 Institute for Constitutional Studies)

 
 
 

Recent Research in Biology and Politics (Panel 1 IPSA Research Committee #12 (Biology and Politics))

 
 
 

Higher Education in Hard Times (Panel 1 Labor Project)

 
 
 

Latin@ Political Thought: Constructing a Paradigm (Panel 1 Latino Caucus in Political Science)

 
 
 

Risk and Disaster in Public Policy (Panel 1 Policy Studies Organization)

 
 
 

Constitutional Issues in the Age of Obama (Panel 15 Eric Voegelin Society)

 
 
 

Long Range Planning Committee Meeting (International Studies Association)

 
 
  

Thursday, Sep 2, 3:00 PM

 
 

Committee Meeting (APSA Committee on Teaching and Learning)

 
 
  

Thursday, Sep 2, 4:15 PM

 
 

The Financial Crisis: Regulatory Aspects (T-5 Theme)

 
 
 

Politics, Empire, and Postcolonial Interventions (1-13 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 
 
 

Citizenship, Virtue, and Deliberation in Ancient Regimes (1-22 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 
 
 

Rousseau as Reader and Read (1-34 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 
 
 

Rousseau as Reader and Read (2-20 Foundations of Political Theory)

 
 
 

Transitional Justice/Justice Retrospectively (2-30 Foundations of Political Theory)

 
 
 

Founding Principles (2-46 Foundations of Political Theory)

 
 
 

Democratic Theory and Social Movements (2-60 Foundations of Political Theory)

 
 
 

Democratic Theory and Social Movements (3-13 Normative Political Theory)

 
 
 

Digesting Nature (3-23 Normative Political Theory)

 
 
 

Democratic Ethics in a Post-Democratic World (3-39 Normative Political Theory)

 
 
 

Party Politics and Parliamentary Government (4-6 Formal Political Theory)

 
 
 

Empirical Implications of Theoretical Models (EITM) (4-11 Formal Political Theory)

 
 
 

The Psyche and the Environment (5-9 Political Psychology)

 
 
 

Political Institutions and Economic Development (6-8 Political Economy)

 
 
 

Transitional Justice and Historical Memory (7-3 Politics and History)

 
 
 

Dimensions of US State Building (7-16 Politics and History)

 
 
 

The Presidency and American Political Development (7-20 Politics and History)

 
 
 

Empirical Implications of Theoretical Models (EITM) (8-6 Political Methodology)

 
 
 

Institutions, Identities, and Ethnic Conflict (11-4 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

Structure and Leadership in Modern Rebellion (11-19 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

Women, Authoritarianism, and Conflict (11-29 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

Lawyers, Judges, Courts, and Activists in Contentious Politics (11-45 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

Protest and Violence in Democracies (11-62 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

Electoral Fraud: Hypotheses and Findings (11-70 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

Women, Authoritarianism, and Conflict (12-15 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 
 
 

Democratic Dynamics in the Developing World (12-27 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 
 
 

Political Communication and Persuasion (12-36 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 
 
 

Social Movements in Post-Communist Systems (13-6 The Politics of Communist and Former Communist Countries)

 
 
 

Re-Organizing Interests: The Process of Political Representation in the Global Age (14-17 Advanced Industrial Societies)

 
 
 

Re-Organizing Interests: The Process of Political Representation in the Global Age (15-7 European Politics and Society)

 
 
 

Institutions for Regionalism: Regional Comparisons (16-26 International Political Economy)

 
 
 

Architectures of Global Health Governance (17-14 International Collaboration)

 
 
 

The Future of IPE (II) (17-15 International Collaboration)

 
 
 

Understanding Terrorism (18-5 International Security)

 
 
 

Formal Models of Domestic Audiences and International Conflict (18-35 International Security)

 
 
 

Building Security in Latin America (18-42 International Security)

 
 
 

Building Security in Latin America (19-12 International Security and Arms Control)

 
 
 

The Future of Liberal Internationalism (20-13 Foreign Policy)

 
 
 

Institutions, Identities, and Ethnic Conflict (21-1 Conflict Processes)

 
 
 

Structure and Leadership in Modern Rebellion (21-2 Conflict Processes)

 
 
 

Understanding Terrorism (21-3 Conflict Processes)

 
 
 

Volatility and Stability in the State System (21-17 Conflict Processes)

 
 
 

The Presidency and American Political Development (23-6 Presidency Research)

 
 
 

Digital-Era Governance in Hard Times: Crisis, Expansion, or Investment Pause? (24-2 Public Administration)

 
 
 

Institutional Settings and the Politics of Policy Making (25-6 Public Policy)

 
 
 

Law and Ideology on the Supreme Court (26-5 Law and Courts)

 
 
 

State-Local Relations in the 21st Century (28-6 Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations)

 
 
 

Author Meets Readers: Lisa Miller’s The Perils of Federalism (28-9 Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations)

 
 
 

State-Local Relations in the 21st Century (29-4 State Politics and Policy)

 
 
 

Gender and Legislative Behavior (31-9 Women and Politics Research)

 
 
 

Author Meets Readers: Lisa Miller’s The Perils of Federalism (32-9 Race, Ethnicity, and Politics)

 
 
 

Roundtable: American Grace: The Changing Role of Religion in American Life (33-15 Religion and Politics)

 
 
 

Voters and Candidates: Special Interests, Diverse Interests, and Pork (34-2 Representation and Electoral Systems)

 
 
 

Electoral Geography (34-8 Representation and Electoral Systems)

 
 
 

Crying, Shooting, and Color: How People Think About Elections and Voting (36-9 Elections and Voting Behavior)

 
 
 

Electoral Geography (36-16 Elections and Voting Behavior)

 
 
 

Mechanisms of Mobilization: Political Networks (36-30 Elections and Voting Behavior)

 
 
 

Crying, Shooting, and Color: How People Think about Elections and Voting (37-6 Public Opinion)

 
 
 

The Role of Emotions in Public Opinion (37-18 Public Opinion)

 
 
 

New Theoretical Approaches in Political Communication (38-17 Political Communication)

 
 
 

Digital-Era Governance in Hard Times: Crisis, Expansion, or Investment Pause? (40-1 Information Technology and Politics)

 
 
 

Creations and Recreations: Wizards, Monsters, and Philosophers (41-7 Politics, Literature, and Film)

 
 
 

Social Justice in the Aftermath: Rethinking States, Corporations and Financial Institutions (42-4 New Political Science)

 
 
 

Repressing and Promoting Democracy (43-11 International History and Politics)

 
 
 

Electoral Fraud: Hypotheses and Findings (44-4 Comparative Democratization)

 
 
 

Internationalized Regimes (44-24 Comparative Democratization)

 
 
 

The Politics of Human Rights Advocacy (45-5 Human Rights)

 
 
 

Elections, Voting, Public Opinion (49-3 Canadian Politics)

 
 
 

Mechanisms of Mobilization: Political Networks (50-3 Political Networks)

 
 
 

Panel for Department Chairs: Managing Legal Problems (APSA Departmental Services Committee)

 
 
 

APSA Task Force on Democracy Audits and Governmental Indicators: Governance (APSA Events)

 
 
 

APSR Editorial Board Meeting (APSA Events)

 
 
 

Government by Discussion: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives (Panel 1 Walter Bagehot Research Council on National Sovereignty)

 
 
 

Roundtable: American Grace: The Changing Role of Religion in American Life (Panel 1 Society of Catholic Social Scientists)

 
 
 

Abraham Lincoln on Slavery and the Constitution (Panel 7 Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship and Political Philosophy)

 
 
 

Changes in Party Organiìzation in Europe and North America (Panel 3 European Consortium for Political Research)

 
 
 

Political Development Under an Authoritarian Regime: Findings from Recent Survey Research on China (Panel 1 Global Forum of Chinese Political Scientists)

 
 
 

Citizenship, Virtue, and Deliberation in Ancient Regimes (Panel 2 Society for Greek Political Thought)

 
 
 

Studying the Supreme Court: Media and Academic Perspectives (Panel 5 Institute for Constitutional Studies)

 
 
 

Campaign Finance Law and Politics after Citizens United v. FEC (Panel 1 Law and Political Process Study Group)

 
 
 

Issues in Religion, Politics & Theory (Panel 13 Eric Voegelin Society)

 
 
  

Thursday, Sep 2, 5:30 PM

 
 

APSA Mentor Program Networking Reception (APSA Events)

 
 
 

Meet the Council Nominees (APSA Events)

 
 
 

Board Meeting (International Theory (Journal))

 
 
  

Thursday, Sep 2, 6:00 PM

 
 

Pi Sigma Alpha Lecture: Charlie Cook, The Cook Political Report, and Stuart Rothenberg, The Rothenberg Political Report (APSA Events)

 
 
 

Graduate Student Happy Hour (APSA Events)

 
 
 

International Attendee Welcome Reception (APSA Events)

 
 
 

APSR Editorial Board Reception (APSA Events)

 
 
 

Author/Customer Reception (Wadsworth Cengage Learning)

 
 
  

Thursday, Sep 2, 6:15 PM

 
 

Business Meeting (Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations)

 
 
 

Business Meeting (State Politics and Policy)

 
 
 

Business Meeting (Religion and Politics)

 
 
 

Business Meeting (Comparative Democratization)

 
 
 

Business Meeting (Qualitative and Multi-method Research)

 
 
 

Business Meeting (Canadian Politics)

 
 
 

Business Meeting (Cooperative Congressional Election Study)

 
 
 

Executive Council Meeting (Western Political Science Assocation)

 
 
  

Thursday, Sep 2, 7:00 PM

 
 

Plenary Address delivered by Nobel Laureate Elinor Ostrom, Indiana University: "Addressing the Theory of Collective Action from a Multiple Methods Perspective" (APSA Events)

 
 
  

Thursday, Sep 2, 7:30 PM

 
 

Reception (State Politics and Policy)

 
 
 

Reception in Honor of Women of Color (Women and Politics Research)

 
 
 

Reception (Religion and Politics)

 
 
 

Reception (International History and Politics)

 
 
 

Reception (Comparative Democratization)

 
 
 

Reception (Qualitative and Multi-method Research)

 
 
 

Reception (Canadian Politics)

 
 
 

Reception in Honor of Women of Color (APSA Events)

 
 
 

Reception in Honor of Women of Color (Women's Caucus for Political Science)

 
 
 

Reception (Brookings Institution)

 
 
 

Reception (Conference for the Study of Political Thought)

 
 
 

Reception (George Washington University)

 
 
 

Alumni & Friends Reception (Howard University)

 
 
 

Reception (Institute for Humane Studies)

 
 
 

Reception (Intercollegiate Studies Institute)

 
 
 

Reception (Johns Hopkins University Department of Political Science)

 
 
 

Reception (University of Massachusetts Department of Political Science)

 
 
 

Reception (University of Michigan)

 
 
 

Reception (The University of Notre Dame Political Science Department)

 
 
 

Reception (New York University Wilf Family Department of Politics)

 
 
 

Reception (Ohio State University)

 
 
 

Reception (University of Pennsylvania)

 
 
 

Reception (The Review of Politics)

 
 
 

Reception (UCLA Political Science Department)

 
 
 

Reception (College of William & Mary Government Department)

 
 
  

Thursday, Sep 2, 8:00 PM

 
 

106th Annual Meeting Opening Reception (APSA Events)

 
 
 

Reception (Political Studies Association)

 
 
  

Thursday, Sep 2, 10:00 PM

 
 

Reception (Princeton Department of Politics)

 
 
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