2010 Annual Meeting Program

Online Program » Saturday, Sep 4

| 7:00 AM | | 7:30 AM | | 8:00 AM | | 10:00 AM | | 10:15 AM | | 12:00 PM | | 12:15 PM | | 12:30 PM | | 1:00 PM | | 2:00 PM | | 4:00 PM | | 4:15 PM | | 6:00 PM | | 6:15 PM | | 7:00 PM | | 7:30 PM | | 8:30 PM | | 10:00 PM |

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

Date/Time

 

 
  

Saturday, Sep 4, 7:00 AM

 
 

Journal Editors' Breakfast (APSA Events)

 
 
 

Related Group Organizer's Meeting (APSA Events)

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Practicing Politics: Political Scientists in Government, Policy Centers, and Other Policy-Related Organizations Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Organization Theory in Political Science and Public Policy Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Citizenship and Migration Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Constitutive Law Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on APSA Committee on the Status of Women in the Profession Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Immigration and U.S. Politics Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on The Politics of Punishment: Doing Time in Hard Times Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Democracy and Exceptional Leadership Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Political Ethics Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Comparative Political Theory: Future Approaches and Applications Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Small States in International Negotiations Session 2

 
 
  

Saturday, Sep 4, 7:30 AM

 
 

2011 Annual Meeting Program Committee Meeting (APSA Events)

 
 
  

Saturday, Sep 4, 8:00 AM

 
 

Federalists and Critics (1-11 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 
 
 

Gerald Cohen and Egalitarian Theory (1-41 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 
 
 

Rethinking Foundations of Agency and Order (2-47 Foundations of Political Theory)

 
 
 

Institutions and Principles for the Global Order (2-57 Foundations of Political Theory)

 
 
 

Thucydides' History: A Text for Hard Times (2-67 Foundations of Political Theory)

 
 
 

Critical Theories and Globalizations (2-69 Foundations of Political Theory)

 
 
 

Institutions and Principles for the Global Order (3-10 Normative Political Theory)

 
 
 

Gerald Cohen and Egalitarian Theory (3-21 Normative Political Theory)

 
 
 

Thucydides' History: A Text for Hard Times (3-36 Normative Political Theory)

 
 
 

Theories of Strategic Threats, Bargaining, and War Initiation (4-1 Formal Political Theory)

 
 
 

Politics and Markets in Hard Times (6-20 Political Economy)

 
 
 

Border Crossings: Immigration and Emigration Politics in Comparative Perspective (7-9 Politics and History)

 
 
 

The Obama Presidency in Historical Perspective (7-19 Politics and History)

 
 
 

Pedagogies Active Learning (9-3 Teaching and Learning)

 
 
 

Pedagogies Active Learning (10-3 Political Science Education)

 
 
 

Democracies Under Stress: The Politics of Institutional Innovation in Latin America (11-14 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

Continuity and Change: Ministerial and Cabinet Duration and Stability in Presidential, Parliamentary, and Semi-Presidential Systems (11-41 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

Understanding the Impact of Criminal Organizations on Politics: Comparative Perspectives (11-47 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

Voting in New Democracies (11-60 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

Party Strategies, Elections and Governance in Multilevel States (11-68 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

Democracies Under Stress: The Politics of Institutional Innovation in Latin America (12-6 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 
 
 

The Origins and Consequences of Ethnic Divisions (12-28 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 
 
 

Institutional Development in Postcommunist Europe (13-13 The Politics of Communist and Former Communist Countries)

 
 
 

Party Strategies, Elections and Governance in Multilevel States (14-4 Advanced Industrial Societies)

 
 
 

Political Responses to the Economic Crisis (14-11 Advanced Industrial Societies)

 
 
 

European Economies in Hard Times (14-18 Advanced Industrial Societies)

 
 
 

European Economies in Hard Times (15-8 European Politics and Society)

 
 
 

Author Meets Critics: Risse on “A Community of Europeans?” (15-19 European Politics and Society)

 
 
 

Politics of Climate Change and Energy Policy (16-3 International Political Economy)

 
 
 

Politics and Markets in Hard Times (16-6 International Political Economy)

 
 
 

Diffusion of Regulatory Policy (16-16 International Political Economy)

 
 
 

Environmental Politics (16-29 International Political Economy)

 
 
 

Author Meets Critics: Risse on “A Community of Europeans?” (17-1 International Collaboration)

 
 
 

Engaging the World: Assessing the Causes and Consequences of a Rising China’s Behavior in Multilateral Organizations (17-10 International Collaboration)

 
 
 

Theories of Strategic Threats, Bargaining, and War Initiation (18-1 International Security)

 
 
 

Computational Models of International Politics (18-12 International Security)

 
 
 

Decentralizing or Subcontracting State Security (18-27 International Security)

 
 
 

COIN Heterodoxy: Analyzing Counterinsurgency Theory and Practice Beyond the Paradigm and Assumptions of U.S. Army Field Manual 3-24 (18-41 International Security)

 
 
 

COIN Heterodoxy: Analyzing Counterinsurgency Theory and Practice Beyond the Paradigm and Assumptions of U.S. Army Field Manual 3-24 (19-9 International Security and Arms Control)

 
 
 

The Future of Counter-Insurgency and Nation-Building (20-11 Foreign Policy)

 
 
 

Computational Models of International Politics (21-7 Conflict Processes)

 
 
 

Civil War Onset, Duration, and Recurrence (21-15 Conflict Processes)

 
 
 

The Smaller House of Congress (22-7 Legislative Studies)

 
 
 

The Obama Presidency in Historical Perspective (23-5 Presidency Research)

 
 
 

The Foundations of Human Resource Management (24-4 Public Administration)

 
 
 

Establishing Causality in Policy Learning (24-11 Public Administration)

 
 
 

Establishing Causality in Policy Learning (25-8 Public Policy)

 
 
 

New Directions in Comparative Urban Governance (30-11 Urban Politics)

 
 
 

Gender and Representation in State Legislature (31-3 Women and Politics Research)

 
 
 

Religion and Politics in Asia (33-13 Religion and Politics)

 
 
 

Interviewer Effects and Nonresponse Due to Race, Gender, Ethnicity and/or Religion (33-17 Religion and Politics)

 
 
 

Interest Group Approaches (35-9 Political Organizations and Parties)

 
 
 

Realignment and American Electoral Politics (35-15 Political Organizations and Parties)

 
 
 

Realignment and American Electoral Politics (36-12 Elections and Voting Behavior)

 
 
 

Manipulating the Electoral Connection? Experiments in Elections and Voting (36-17 Elections and Voting Behavior)

 
 
 

Issues and Voting (36-21 Elections and Voting Behavior)

 
 
 

Interviewer Effects and Nonresponse Due to Race, Gender, Ethnicity and/or Religion (37-10 Public Opinion)

 
 
 

Racial/Ethnic Context and Racial Attitudes (37-19 Public Opinion)

 
 
 

How Media Inform Democracy (38-7 Political Communication)

 
 
 

Politics of Climate Change and Energy Policy (39-2 Science, Technology, and Environmental Politics)

 
 
 

Critical Theories and Globalizations (42-2 New Political Science)

 
 
 

"War on Sacred Grounds": A Critical Debate (43-12 International History and Politics)

 
 
 

Elections, Civil Society and Protests in Hybrid Regimes (44-25 Comparative Democratization)

 
 
 

Human Rights and Terrorism (45-3 Human Rights)

 
 
 

Advances in QCA/fs analysis (46-10 Qualitative and Multi-method Research)

 
 
 

Public Health Policy Confronts Sex, Sexuality, and Gender (47-5 Sexuality and Politics)

 
 
 

Public Health Policy Confronts Sex, Sexuality, and Gender (48-9 Health Politics and Policy)

 
 
 

Committee Meeting (APSA Departmental Services Committee)

 
 
 

From the Ivory Tower to the Public Square: Women Political Scientists in Politics (Panel 1 Working Group on Practicing Politics: Political Scientists in Government, Policy Centers, and Other Policy-Related Organizations)

 
 
 

From the Ivory Tower to the Public Square: Women Political Scientists in Politics (Panel 1 Working Group on Organization Theory in Political Science and Public Policy)

 
 
 

From the Ivory Tower to the Public Square: Women Political Scientists in Politics (Panel 1 Working Group on Citizenship and Migration)

 
 
 

From the Ivory Tower to the Public Square: Women Political Scientists in Politics (Panel 1 Working Group on Constitutive Law)

 
 
 

From the Ivory Tower to the Public Square: Women Political Scientists in Politics (Panel 1 APSA Committee on the Status of Women in the Profession)

 
 
 

From the Ivory Tower to the Public Square: Women Political Scientists in Politics (Panel 1 Working Group on Immigration and U.S. Politics)

 
 
 

From the Ivory Tower to the Public Square: Women Political Scientists in Politics (Panel 1 Working Group on The Politics of Punishment: Doing Time in Hard Times)

 
 
 

From the Ivory Tower to the Public Square: Women Political Scientists in Politics (Panel 1 Working Group on Democracy and Exceptional Leadership)

 
 
 

From the Ivory Tower to the Public Square: Women Political Scientists in Politics (Panel 1 Working Group on Political Ethics)

 
 
 

From the Ivory Tower to the Public Square: Women Political Scientists in Politics (Panel 1 Working Group on Comparative Political Theory: Future Approaches and Applications)

 
 
 

From the Ivory Tower to the Public Square: Women Political Scientists in Politics (Panel 1 Working Group on Small States in International Negotiations)

 
 
 

Roundtable: Gordon Lloyd’s The Two Faces of Liberalism: How the Hoover-Roosevelt Debate Shapes the 21st Century (Panel 1 Project on the American Constitution)

 
 
 

Elections and Campaign Finance Policy after the Supreme Court's Decision in Citizens United (Panel 1 Campaign Finance Research Group)

 
 
 

Commerce and Citizenship in Modern Political Philosophy (Panel 1 Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship and Political Philosophy)

 
 
 

Interpretive Policy Analysis (Panel 1 Critical Policy Studies)

 
 
 

National Security Intelligence: New Research on the Hidden Side of Government (Panel 1 Intelligence Studies Group)

 
 
 

Society for Romanian Studies (Panel 1 Society for Romanian Studies)

 
 
 

Rawls as Neo-Orthodox Theologian of Liberalism (Panel 5 Eric Voegelin Society)

 
 
 

From the Ivory Tower to the Public Square: Women Political Scientists in Politics (Panel 1 Women's Caucus for Political Science)

 
 
 

Board Meeting (American National Election Studies)

 
 
  

Saturday, Sep 4, 10:00 AM

 
 

Meeting (APSA Committee on Civic Education and Engagement)

 
 
 

Committee Meeting (Working Group on Practicing Politics: Political Scientists in Government, Policy Centers, and Other Policy-Related Organizations)

 
 
 

Committee Meeting (Working Group on Organization Theory in Political Science and Public Policy)

 
 
 

Committee Meeting (Working Group on Citizenship and Migration)

 
 
 

Committee Meeting (Working Group on Constitutive Law)

 
 
 

Committee Meeting (APSA Committee on the Status of Women in the Profession)

 
 
 

Committee Meeting (Working Group on Immigration and U.S. Politics)

 
 
 

Committee Meeting (Working Group on The Politics of Punishment: Doing Time in Hard Times)

 
 
 

Committee Meeting (Working Group on Democracy and Exceptional Leadership)

 
 
 

Committee Meeting (Working Group on Political Ethics)

 
 
 

Committee Meeting (Working Group on Comparative Political Theory: Future Approaches and Applications)

 
 
 

Committee Meeting (Working Group on Small States in International Negotiations)

 
 
 

Public Meeting (American National Election Studies)

 
 
  

Saturday, Sep 4, 10:15 AM

 
 

Perspectives on Subfields in Political Science (T-10 Theme)

 
 
 

Economic Crisis and Varying State Responses in Europe: Explaining Change Through 3 Different 'Isms' (T-19 Theme)

 
 
 

Power and the Modern Subject (1-5 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 
 
 

The Founding of America (1-20 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 
 
 

Beyond the Imperial Eye: Touch, Sensing, and Political Community (1-28 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 
 
 

The Social Economy of Hard Times: Fraternity, Civil Society, Work, and Democracy in 19th Century British Radicalism (1-32 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 
 
 

Power and the Modern Subject (2-1 Foundations of Political Theory)

 
 
 

Du Bois as a Political Philosopher: A Roundtable on New Books by Robert Gooding-Williams and Lawrie Balfour (2-5 Foundations of Political Theory)

 
 
 

Beyond the Imperial Eye: Touch, Sensing, and Political Community (2-11 Foundations of Political Theory)

 
 
 

The Social Economy of Hard Times: Fraternity, Civil Society, Work, and Democracy in 19th Century British Radicalism (2-16 Foundations of Political Theory)

 
 
 

The Genres of Political Theory (2-25 Foundations of Political Theory)

 
 
 

Tocqueville and the Displacement of Democracy (2-43 Foundations of Political Theory)

 
 
 

Critical Theory, Feminism, and the Challenge to Capitalism (2-45 Foundations of Political Theory)

 
 
 

Childish Subjects: The Political Capacities, Rights, and Interests of Children (2-56 Foundations of Political Theory)

 
 
 

Democratic Politics and the Problem of Judgment (2-64 Foundations of Political Theory)

 
 
 

Childish Subjects: The Political Capacities, Rights, and Interests of Children (3-9 Normative Political Theory)

 
 
 

Democratic Politics and the Problem of Judgment (3-17 Normative Political Theory)

 
 
 

Historical Reconciliation and Inherited Responsibility (3-41 Normative Political Theory)

 
 
 

Oligarchy in the United States? (3-42 Normative Political Theory)

 
 
 

Biology, Psychology, and Participation (5-10 Political Psychology)

 
 
 

The Causes and Consequences of Politically Mobilized Labor (6-2 Political Economy)

 
 
 

Transnational Integration Regimes as Determinants of Domestic Institutional Change and Adaptation to the Global Economic Crisis (6-12 Political Economy)

 
 
 

The New Deal Era Revisited: Are the Politics of the Hard Times of the Great Depression instructive for today? (7-11 Politics and History)

 
 
 

Conflict and Controversy in the American Constitutional Order (7-21 Politics and History)

 
 
 

Deciphering Voter Intentions: Voter Fraud and Strategic Voting (8-4 Political Methodology)

 
 
 

Quantitative Approaches to Analyzing Legal Phenomena (8-18 Political Methodology)

 
 
 

The Causes and Consequences of Politically Mobilized Labor (11-3 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

The Return of Cross-Regional Comparative Analysis (CRCA) (11-13 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

Clientelism in Africa (11-48 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

Economics of Autocracy (11-61 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

Elections, Clientelism, and Distributive Politics,: Mechanisms and Outcomes (11-69 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

Constraints on Authoritarian Power (12-21 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 
 
 

Civil Society and Non-State Actors (12-32 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 
 
 

Dynamics of Elite Formation in Russia (13-10 The Politics of Communist and Former Communist Countries)

 
 
 

Theme Panel: Economic Crisis and Varying State Responses in Europe: Explaining Change Through 3 Different ‘Isms’ (14-5 Advanced Industrial Societies)

 
 
 

Inequality, Poverty and Redistribution in Industrialized Democracies (14-12 Advanced Industrial Societies)

 
 
 

Theme Panel: Economic Crisis and Varying State Responses in Europe: Explaining Change Through 3 Different ‘Isms’ (15-4 European Politics and Society)

 
 
 

Variations in Institutional Design: Causes and Consequences (16-19 International Political Economy)

 
 
 

Variations in Institutional Design: Causes and Consequences (17-3 International Collaboration)

 
 
 

The Anglosphere in Hard Times (2) (17-9 International Collaboration)

 
 
 

Debating Charles A. Kupchan's How Enemies Become Friends The Sources of Stable Peace (18-15 International Security)

 
 
 

The Politics and Geopolitics of Territory (18-30 International Security)

 
 
 

Opposition Parties and International Conflict (18-45 International Security)

 
 
 

Alliances Reconsidered and Afghanistan (19-5 International Security and Arms Control)

 
 
 

The Anglosphere in Hard Times (2) (20-3 Foreign Policy)

 
 
 

Global Perspectives on Anti-Americanism (20-5 Foreign Policy)

 
 
 

Opposition Parties and International Conflict (21-11 Conflict Processes)

 
 
 

Influences on Congressional Voting (22-10 Legislative Studies)

 
 
 

Presidential Accountability, Greatness, and Rankings (23-7 Presidency Research)

 
 
 

Oligarchy in the United States? (25-9 Public Policy)

 
 
 

Measurement and Explanation in U.S. Environmental Policy (25-20 Public Policy)

 
 
 

Quantitative Approaches to Analyzing Legal Phenomena (26-15 Law and Courts)

 
 
 

Conflict and Controversy in the American Constitutional Order (27-4 Constitutional Law and Jurisprudence)

 
 
 

New Directions in the Study of Gubernatorial Politics (29-5 State Politics and Policy)

 
 
 

Shaping Participation and Responsiveness (30-3 Urban Politics)

 
 
 

Gender Differences in Political Campaigning (31-7 Women and Politics Research)

 
 
 

Du Bois as a Political Philosopher: A Roundtable on New Books by Robert Gooding-Williams and Lawrie Balfour (32-1 Race, Ethnicity, and Politics)

 
 
 

Race, Representation, and the Construction of Citizens (32-24 Race, Ethnicity, and Politics)

 
 
 

Race, Religion, and American Politics (32-26 Race, Ethnicity, and Politics)

 
 
 

The Founding of America (33-1 Religion and Politics)

 
 
 

Race, Religion, and American Politics (33-10 Religion and Politics)

 
 
 

Roundtable: John Courtney Murray's We Hold These Truths at 50 (33-20 Religion and Politics)

 
 
 

Parties and Organizations in Comparative Perspective (35-13 Political Organizations and Parties)

 
 
 

Deciphering Voter Intentions: Voter Fraud and Strategic Voting (36-1 Elections and Voting Behavior)

 
 
 

Biology, Psychology, and Participation (36-19 Elections and Voting Behavior)

 
 
 

Macro Public Opinion (37-8 Public Opinion)

 
 
 

The Nature of Ideology (37-9 Public Opinion)

 
 
 

Networks and Public Opinion (37-15 Public Opinion)

 
 
 

The Role of the Media in Political Polarization (38-15 Political Communication)

 
 
 

Measurement and Explanation in U.S. Environmental Policy (39-7 Science, Technology, and Environmental Politics)

 
 
 

The Dangers and Ideals of American Democracy in Literature and Film (41-6 Politics, Literature, and Film)

 
 
 

The New Deal Era Revisited: Are the Politics of the Hard Times of the Great Depression Instructive for Today? (42-1 New Political Science)

 
 
 

Debating Charles A. Kupchan's How Enemies Become Friends The Sources of Stable Peace (43-3 International History and Politics)

 
 
 

Elections, Clientelism, and Distributive Politics,: Mechanisms and Outcomes (44-3 Comparative Democratization)

 
 
 

Islam, Civil Society and Democracy: Comparative Perspectives (44-21 Comparative Democratization)

 
 
 

The Return of Cross-Regional Comparative Analysis (CRCA) (46-4 Qualitative and Multi-method Research)

 
 
 

Designing and Conducting Field Research in the Social Sciences (46-5 Qualitative and Multi-method Research)

 
 
 

Why is Prevention a Political Lightweight?: Challenges in Converting Evidence into Action in Global Health (48-6 Health Politics and Policy)

 
 
 

Networks and Public Opinion (50-1 Political Networks)

 
 
 

Workshop for Graduate Program Directors (APSA Departmental Services Committee)

 
 
 

APSA Task Force Report on Political Science in the 21st Century (APSA Events)

 
 
 

Philosophy and American Political Thought (Panel 1 American Political Thought)

 
 
 

Roundtable: John Courtney Murray's We Hold These Truths at 50 (Panel 2 Society of Catholic Social Scientists)

 
 
 

The Founders, the Virtues, and the Influence of John Locke (Panel 2 Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship and Political Philosophy)

 
 
 

The 2009 German Federal Election in the Light of the German Longitudinal Election Study (Panel 1 International Association for the Study of German Politics)

 
 
 

The Language of Ancient Roman Politics: Cicero's Political Philosophy (Panel 3 Society for Greek Political Thought)

 
 
 

Are Women Better Off? The Role of Gender in American and Japanese Elections (Panel 1 Japanese American Women Symposium)

 
 
 

A New Constitutionalism Revisited (Panel 1 Committee on the Political Economy of the Good Society)

 
 
 

Hard Times and the Politics of Governing Taiwan (Panel 3 Conference Group on Taiwan Studies)

 
 
 

The 2010 Election and Beyond (Panel 3 Eric Voegelin Society)

 
 
  

Saturday, Sep 4, 12:00 PM

 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Practicing Politics: Political Scientists in Government, Policy Centers, and Other Policy-Related Organizations Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Organization Theory in Political Science and Public Policy Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Citizenship and Migration Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Constitutive Law Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on APSA Committee on the Status of Women in the Profession Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Immigration and U.S. Politics Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on The Politics of Punishment: Doing Time in Hard Times Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Democracy and Exceptional Leadership Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Political Ethics Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Comparative Political Theory: Future Approaches and Applications Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Small States in International Negotiations Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Practicing Politics: Political Scientists in Government, Policy Centers, and Other Policy-Related Organizations Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Organization Theory in Political Science and Public Policy Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Citizenship and Migration Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Constitutive Law Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on APSA Committee on the Status of Women in the Profession Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Immigration and U.S. Politics Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on The Politics of Punishment: Doing Time in Hard Times Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Democracy and Exceptional Leadership Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Political Ethics Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Comparative Political Theory: Future Approaches and Applications Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Small States in International Negotiations Session 2

 
 
 

Editorial Meeting (Journal of Health Politics, Policy, and Law)

 
 
  

Saturday, Sep 4, 12:15 PM

 
 

Business Meeting (Presidency Research)

 
 
 

Business Meeting (Representation and Electoral Systems)

 
 
 

Business Meeting (Political Networks)

 
 
 

General Membership Meeting (APSA Events)

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Practicing Politics: Political Scientists in Government, Policy Centers, and Other Policy-Related Organizations Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Organization Theory in Political Science and Public Policy Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Citizenship and Migration Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Constitutive Law Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on APSA Committee on the Status of Women in the Profession Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Immigration and U.S. Politics Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on The Politics of Punishment: Doing Time in Hard Times Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Democracy and Exceptional Leadership Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Political Ethics Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Comparative Political Theory: Future Approaches and Applications Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Small States in International Negotiations Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Practicing Politics: Political Scientists in Government, Policy Centers, and Other Policy-Related Organizations Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Organization Theory in Political Science and Public Policy Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Citizenship and Migration Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Constitutive Law Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on APSA Committee on the Status of Women in the Profession Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Immigration and U.S. Politics Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on The Politics of Punishment: Doing Time in Hard Times Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Democracy and Exceptional Leadership Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Political Ethics Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Comparative Political Theory: Future Approaches and Applications Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Small States in International Negotiations Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Practicing Politics: Political Scientists in Government, Policy Centers, and Other Policy-Related Organizations Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Organization Theory in Political Science and Public Policy Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Citizenship and Migration Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Constitutive Law Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on APSA Committee on the Status of Women in the Profession Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Immigration and U.S. Politics Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on The Politics of Punishment: Doing Time in Hard Times Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Democracy and Exceptional Leadership Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Political Ethics Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Comparative Political Theory: Future Approaches and Applications Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Small States in International Negotiations Session 2

 
 
 

Business Meeting (Political Forecasting Group)

 
 
 

Business Meeting (Japan Political Studies Group)

 
 
 

Business Meeting (Labor Project)

 
 
 

Business Meeting (Demos)

 
 
  

Saturday, Sep 4, 12:30 PM

 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Practicing Politics: Political Scientists in Government, Policy Centers, and Other Policy-Related Organizations Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Organization Theory in Political Science and Public Policy Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Citizenship and Migration Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Constitutive Law Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on APSA Committee on the Status of Women in the Profession Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Immigration and U.S. Politics Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on The Politics of Punishment: Doing Time in Hard Times Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Democracy and Exceptional Leadership Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Political Ethics Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Comparative Political Theory: Future Approaches and Applications Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Small States in International Negotiations Session 2

 
 
  

Saturday, Sep 4, 1:00 PM

 
 

Perspectives on Politics Editorial Board Meeting (APSA Events)

 
 
  

Saturday, Sep 4, 2:00 PM

 
 

Is Political Science Relevant? (T-9 Theme)

 
 
 

The Politicized Economy in Hard Times (T-20 Theme)

 
 
 

Responses to the Global Financial Crisis (T-21 Theme)

 
 
 

State and Local Government under Fiscal Stress (T-22 Theme)

 
 
 

Globalization and Moral Panic: Homophobia in Comparative Perspective (T-23 Theme)

 
 
 

What the Strong Want and What the Weak Suffer (T-31 Theme)

 
 
 

Kant and International Intervention (1-8 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 
 
 

Classical Rationalism Before Socrates (1-18 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 
 
 

The Politics of Interpretation: Defining Norms, Engaging Multiplicity (1-42 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 
 
 

Public Spheres: Ancient, Modern, and Post-Modern (2-17 Foundations of Political Theory)

 
 
 

On Marx and Marxism: Money, Poetics, Ford, and Primitive Accumulation (2-27 Foundations of Political Theory)

 
 
 

Deliberating Deliberation (2-31 Foundations of Political Theory)

 
 
 

Economics and Justice in G.W.F. Hegel (2-42 Foundations of Political Theory)

 
 
 

Theme Panel: The Politicized Economy in Hard Times (2-52 Foundations of Political Theory)

 
 
 

Disappearing Bodies: Immigration and the Law (2-63 Foundations of Political Theory)

 
 
 

Disappearing Bodies: Immigration and the Law (3-16 Normative Political Theory)

 
 
 

The Politics of Interpretation: Defining Norms, Engaging Multiplicity (3-22 Normative Political Theory)

 
 
 

Models of Voting and Electoral Institutions (4-4 Formal Political Theory)

 
 
 

The Evolution of Identity, Rebellion, and Power in Network Models (4-12 Formal Political Theory)

 
 
 

Race and the Obama Presidency (5-1 Political Psychology)

 
 
 

The Psychology of Voting (5-11 Political Psychology)

 
 
 

Political Economy of Budgeting (6-7 Political Economy)

 
 
 

Convergence and Resistance in European Economies (6-16 Political Economy)

 
 
 

Legacies of Imperial and Colonial Rule (7-8 Politics and History)

 
 
 

Theorizing Institutional Change (7-24 Politics and History)

 
 
 

Advances in Experimental and Observational Studies (8-3 Political Methodology)

 
 
 

Measuring Political Phenomena using Expert Surveys: Methodological Issues and Lessons from Recent Applications (8-15 Political Methodology)

 
 
 

Advances in Scaling: New Approaches to Classic Questions (8-16 Political Methodology)

 
 
 

Legacies of Imperial and Colonial Rule (11-1 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

Political Effects of 'New' Social Policy in Latin America (11-7 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

New Perspectives on Communal Violence (11-24 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

Populism in Cross-Regional Perspective (11-27 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

Varieties of Capitalism and Developing Countries: Extending the Scope and Revising the Causal Logics of Varieties of Capitalism (11-39 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

Authoritarian Institutions (11-52 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

Civil Society in New Democracies: Cross-Regional Comparisons (11-71 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

Political Effects of 'New' Social Policy in Latin America (12-4 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 
 
 

New Perspectives on Communal Violence (12-13 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 
 
 

Populism in Cross-Regional Perspective (12-14 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 
 
 

Elections, Politics, and Crime (12-25 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 
 
 

Center, Periphery, and Redistributive Politics (12-37 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 
 
 

Business and the State (13-7 The Politics of Communist and Former Communist Countries)

 
 
 

Political Parties and the International Economy (14-8 Advanced Industrial Societies)

 
 
 

Convergence and Resistance in European Economies (15-9 European Politics and Society)

 
 
 

Political Parties and the International Economy (16-1 International Political Economy)

 
 
 

Politics and Stock Markets (16-13 International Political Economy)

 
 
 

Theme Panel: What the Strong Want and What the Weak Suffer (16-20 International Political Economy)

 
 
 

Theme Panel: Responses to the Global Financial Crisis (16-24 International Political Economy)

 
 
 

Theme Panel: What the Strong Want and What the Weak Suffer (17-4 International Collaboration)

 
 
 

Institutional Design and Effects on Governance (17-16 International Collaboration)

 
 
 

Diplomacy: Theoretical and Empirical Analysis (18-8 International Security)

 
 
 

Evolutionary Approaches to International Security (18-18 International Security)

 
 
 

The Strategic Implications of the International Financial Crisis for East Asia (18-33 International Security)

 
 
 

Challenges of Proliferation (18-39 International Security)

 
 
 

Evolutionary Approaches to International Security (19-3 International Security and Arms Control)

 
 
 

Challenges of Proliferation (19-4 International Security and Arms Control)

 
 
 

The Grand Strategy of the Obama Administration (19-14 International Security and Arms Control)

 
 
 

The Grand Strategy of the Obama Administration (20-10 Foreign Policy)

 
 
 

Diplomacy: Theoretical and Empirical Analysis (21-5 Conflict Processes)

 
 
 

Dynamics of Terrorism (21-18 Conflict Processes)

 
 
 

Legislative Responsiveness to Voter Opinion (22-12 Legislative Studies)

 
 
 

The Presidency, Media, and White House Communications (23-10 Presidency Research)

 
 
 

Theme Panel: State and Local Government under Fiscal Stress (24-9 Public Administration)

 
 
 

Quality of Government, State Capacity and Democratic Credibility (24-13 Public Administration)

 
 
 

Authors Meet Critics: In Defense of Judicial Elections (26-8 Law and Courts)

 
 
 

Legal Complexities (26-16 Law and Courts)

 
 
 

Jurisprudential Patterns and Judicial Practices at Home and Abroad (26-18 Law and Courts)

 
 
 

Jurisprudential Patterns and Judicial Practices at Home and Abroad (27-8 Constitutional Law and Jurisprudence)

 
 
 

From Competition to Collaboration: Studies in Interjurisdictional Politics (28-8 Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations)

 
 
 

Political Parties and Interest Groups in State Politics (29-6 State Politics and Policy)

 
 
 

From Competition to Collaboration: Studies in Interjurisdictional Politics (30-9 Urban Politics)

 
 
 

Gender-Based Violence (31-14 Women and Politics Research)

 
 
 

Campaigns, Candidates, and Gender (31-19 Women and Politics Research)

 
 
 

Newcomers, Outsiders, and Insiders: Immigrants and American Racial Politics in the Early 21st Century (32-10 Race, Ethnicity, and Politics)

 
 
 

Citizenship, Panethnicity, and Racial Formation (32-13 Race, Ethnicity, and Politics)

 
 
 

Electoral Congruence: Voters, Parties and Governments (34-4 Representation and Electoral Systems)

 
 
 

Political Parties and Interest Groups in State Politics (35-4 Political Organizations and Parties)

 
 
 

Party Politics in Government (35-8 Political Organizations and Parties)

 
 
 

Campaigns, Candidates, and Gender (36-4 Elections and Voting Behavior)

 
 
 

Is Anybody Listening? Images, Issues, and Voting (36-8 Elections and Voting Behavior)

 
 
 

Mobilizing Voters (36-11 Elections and Voting Behavior)

 
 
 

The Psychology of Voting (36-20 Elections and Voting Behavior)

 
 
 

Race and the Obama Presidency (37-1 Public Opinion)

 
 
 

Is Anybody Listening? Images, Issues, and Voting (37-5 Public Opinion)

 
 
 

Public Opinion in Electoral Campaigns (37-17 Public Opinion)

 
 
 

The New Fourth Estate: A Comparative Panel on the Shifting Relationship between Media and Government (40-5 Information Technology and Politics)

 
 
 

The Coen Brothers and America’s Ethical and Political Hard Times (41-5 Politics, Literature, and Film)

 
 
 

Responding to the Global Financial Crisis (42-6 New Political Science)

 
 
 

Theoretical Approaches to Grand Strategy: Domestic Politics, Ideology, and the Balance of Power (43-13 International History and Politics)

 
 
 

Civil Society in New Democracies: Cross-Regional Comparisons (44-5 Comparative Democratization)

 
 
 

Quality of Government, State Capacity and Democratic Credibility (44-8 Comparative Democratization)

 
 
 

The Political Impact of Latin America's Crime Wave (44-22 Comparative Democratization)

 
 
 

Human Rights after Kant (45-4 Human Rights)

 
 
 

Theorizing Institutional Change (46-12 Qualitative and Multi-method Research)

 
 
 

Theme Panel: Globalization and Moral Panic: Homophobia in Comparative Perspective (47-2 Sexuality and Politics)

 
 
 

Public Policy and Political Economy (49-5 Canadian Politics)

 
 
 

The Evolution of Identity, Rebellion, and Power in Network Models (50-2 Political Networks)

 
 
 

Meeting (APSA Committee on the Status of Asian Pacific Americans in the Profession)

 
 
 

Ralph Bunche Summer Institute and Minority Fellowship Program Coffee Hour (APSA Events)

 
 
 

Ideational Infrastructure of African Democracies (Panel 3 African Politics Conference Group)

 
 
 

Citizenship, Panethnicity, and Racial Formation (Panel 1 Asian Pacific American Caucus)

 
 
 

Roundtable on the Obama Administration (Panel 11 Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship and Political Philosophy)

 
 
 

Classical Rationalism Before Socrates (Panel 1 Society for Greek Political Thought)

 
 
 

Responding to the Global Financial Crisis (Panel 2 Japan Political Studies Group)

 
 
 

Hard Times and Latin America: Democracy and Foreign Policy in the Hemisphere (Panel 1 Latin American Studies Association)

 
 
 

Theme Panel: Globalization and Moral Panic: Homophobia in Comparative Perspective (Panel 1 Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered Caucus)

 
 
 

Cases in Congressional Campaigns: Incumbents Playing Defense (Panel 1 McConnell Center for Political Leadership)

 
 
 

Time and World Politics (Panel 2 Political Studies Association)

 
 
 

American Political Thought in Comparative Context (Panel 14 Eric Voegelin Society)

 
 
  

Saturday, Sep 4, 4:00 PM

 
 

Committee Meeting (APSA Committee on the Status of Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals, and the Transgendered in the Profession)

 
 
  

Saturday, Sep 4, 4:15 PM

 
 

The Future of Publishing Books and E-Books in Politics Science (T-24 Theme)

 
 
 

Storms of Inequality: Remembering Katrina and Rita as Political, Racial, and Social Disasters (T-25 Theme)

 
 
 

The Aftermath of Health Care Reform (T-26 Theme)

 
 
 

A Sea Change in Political Science Methodology? (T-29 Theme)

 
 
 

Roundtable: Two New Books on Adam Smith (1-2 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 
 
 

Freedom: New Insights and Criticisms (1-23 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 
 
 

Deliberative Democracy Revisited (1-39 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 
 
 

Feminist Interpretations of Rawls (2-3 Foundations of Political Theory)

 
 
 

Political Theory in Transition/Translation (2-23 Foundations of Political Theory)

 
 
 

Drugged States? Love, Intoxication, and IV Drug Use (2-34 Foundations of Political Theory)

 
 
 

Political Theory in Transition/Translation (3-5 Normative Political Theory)

 
 
 

Deliberative Democracy Revisited (3-19 Normative Political Theory)

 
 
 

Democratic Legitimacy: Moral or Epistemic? (3-25 Normative Political Theory)

 
 
 

The Unity and Boundaries of the State (3-29 Normative Political Theory)

 
 
 

Are Appearances Everything? (5-4 Political Psychology)

 
 
 

Pinning the Blame in Politics: Causes and Consequences of Attributions of Responsibility (5-13 Political Psychology)

 
 
 

Business Politics After the Global Financial Crisis (6-4 Political Economy)

 
 
 

Inequality, Social Capital and Democracy in the Developing World (6-13 Political Economy)

 
 
 

Historical perspectives on the social democratic model: a discussion of John Kelly’s Ethical Socialism and the Trade Unions Allan Flanders and the Reform of British Industrial Relations (Routledge, 2010). (7-14 Politics and History)

 
 
 

Advances in Modeling Processes over Time and Space (8-10 Political Methodology)

 
 
 

Theme Panel: A Sea Change in Political Science Methodology? (8-19 Political Methodology)

 
 
 

Theme Panel: The Future of Publishing Books & E-Books in Political Science (9-4 Teaching and Learning)

 
 
 

Muslims in Europe: Measuring their Integration (11-12 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

Context Effects on the Voting Decision Process (11-31 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

Democracy and development: a comparative analysis of Indian states (11-44 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

Politics of Ethnicity and Inclusion (11-51 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

Political Manipulation in Latin America (11-65 Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

Central-Local Relations in Authoritarian Regimes (12-18 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 
 
 

Business Politics After the Global Financial Crisis (14-1 Advanced Industrial Societies)

 
 
 

Crisis, Continuity, and Change in European Political Economies (14-7 Advanced Industrial Societies)

 
 
 

Western Political Parties and Party Systems in Hard Times (14-20 Advanced Industrial Societies)

 
 
 

Muslims in Europe: Measuring their Integration (15-2 European Politics and Society)

 
 
 

Crisis, Continuity, and Change in European Political Economies (15-5 European Politics and Society)

 
 
 

Western Political Parties and Party Systems in Hard Times (15-16 European Politics and Society)

 
 
 

Turkish Soft Power? Historical and Contemporary Influences of Turkey as a European Actor (15-18 European Politics and Society)

 
 
 

Globalization and Natural Resources (16-8 International Political Economy)

 
 
 

Are You Threatening Me?: New Directions in Threat Assessment and Evaluation (18-10 International Security)

 
 
 

New Work on the Democratic Peace and Audience Costs (18-21 International Security)

 
 
 

Sovereignty of the Weak and Strong (18-32 International Security)

 
 
 

Leaders in International Relations and Foreign Policy (20-17 Foreign Policy)

 
 
 

The Conduct and Consequences of War (21-21 Conflict Processes)

 
 
 

Post-Conflict Security and Stabilization (21-24 Conflict Processes)

 
 
 

Legislative Politics in Latin America: Understanding Collective Behavior (22-2 Legislative Studies)

 
 
 

Threats, Taunts, Orders, and Talk in Legislatures (22-9 Legislative Studies)

 
 
 

Presidential-Congressional Relations (23-12 Presidency Research)

 
 
 

The Presidency and Rational Choice (23-13 Presidency Research)

 
 
 

Social Investments in Education from Pre-School to College (25-10 Public Policy)

 
 
 

Roundtable on Justice Sonia Sotomayor: First Appraisals of a First-Year Justice (26-11 Law and Courts)

 
 
 

Views Toward Law and Courts (26-14 Law and Courts)

 
 
 

Roundtable on Justice Sonia Sotomayor: First Appraisals of a First-Year Justice (27-3 Constitutional Law and Jurisprudence)

 
 
 

Race and Ethnicity in State Politics and Policy (29-11 State Politics and Policy)

 
 
 

Theme Panel: Storms of Inequality: Remembering Katrina and Rita as Political, Racial, and Social Disasters (30-13 Urban Politics)

 
 
 

Feminist Interpretations of Rawls (31-1 Women and Politics Research)

 
 
 

Gendered Institutions: Marriage, Prostitution, War, and Sports (31-15 Women and Politics Research)

 
 
 

Marginalization and Citizenship in Times of Crisis (32-8 Race, Ethnicity, and Politics)

 
 
 

Race and Ethnicity in State Politics and Policy (32-17 Race, Ethnicity, and Politics)

 
 
 

The Challenges of Immigration at the Sub-National Level (32-25 Race, Ethnicity, and Politics)

 
 
 

Electoral Institutions: Cause and Effect (34-5 Representation and Electoral Systems)

 
 
 

Authors Meet Readers: The Party Decides: Presidential Nominations Before and After Reform (35-14 Political Organizations and Parties)

 
 
 

Partisan Influence and Political Networks (35-16 Political Organizations and Parties)

 
 
 

Strategery! Candidate and Party Decision-Making in Elections (36-27 Elections and Voting Behavior)

 
 
 

Pinning the Blame in Politics: Causes and Consequences of Attributions of Responsibility (37-11 Public Opinion)

 
 
 

Political Communication: Perspectives on the Future of the Field (38-6 Political Communication)

 
 
 

Experimental Methods in Political Communication (38-14 Political Communication)

 
 
 

Theme Panel: The Future of Publishing Books & E-Books in Political Science (39-1 Science, Technology, and Environmental Politics)

 
 
 

Innovation, Information Technologies, and Change (40-6 Information Technology and Politics)

 
 
 

Are You Threatening Me?: New Directions in Threat Assessment and Evaluation (43-1 International History and Politics)

 
 
 

How Corruption Impacts Deep Democratization (44-11 Comparative Democratization)

 
 
 

The Challenges of Fair Elections in New Democracies (44-27 Comparative Democratization)

 
 
 

Field Research Under Authoritarianism: Where Methods Meet Regime Type (46-8 Qualitative and Multi-method Research)

 
 
 

Mobilizing Across Borders: Transnational Dynamics of Civil War (46-14 Qualitative and Multi-method Research)

 
 
 

Lost in Translation? Structural Challenges to Cross-National Political Measurement (46-20 Qualitative and Multi-method Research)

 
 
 

Theme Panel: A Sea Change in Political Science Methodology? (46-21 Qualitative and Multi-method Research)

 
 
 

Gendered Institutions: Marriage, Prostitution, War, and Sports (47-1 Sexuality and Politics)

 
 
 

Theme Panel: The Aftermath of Health Care Reform (48-8 Health Politics and Policy)

 
 
 

Partisan Influence and Political Networks (50-4 Political Networks)

 
 
 

Marginalization and Citizenship in Times of Crisis (Panel 2 APSA Committee on Civic Education and Engagement)

 
 
 

Change and Stability in Chinese Politics (Panel 2 Association of Chinese Political Studies)

 
 
 

Roundtable on Leo Strauss and Eric Voegelin (Panel 3 Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship and Political Philosophy)

 
 
 

Can the Judiciary Moderate the Administrative State? (Panel 4 Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship and Political Philosophy)

 
 
 

Seeking Change from the Bottom-Up: The Obama Administration, Policy Reform, and Economic Recession in the American Federal System (Panel 1 Center for the Study of Federalism)

 
 
 

Forecasting the 2010 Midterm Elections (Panel 1 Political Forecasting Group)

 
 
 

Lost in Translation? Structural Challenges to Cross-National Political Measurement (Panel 2 IPSA Research Committee 1 (Concepts and Methods))

 
 
 

Roundtable on Leo Strauss and Eric Voegelin (Panel 1 Eric Voegelin Society)

 
 
 

China and Political Philosophy in the 21st Century (Panel 10 Eric Voegelin Society)

 
 
  

Saturday, Sep 4, 6:00 PM

 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Practicing Politics: Political Scientists in Government, Policy Centers, and Other Policy-Related Organizations Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Organization Theory in Political Science and Public Policy Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Citizenship and Migration Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Constitutive Law Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on APSA Committee on the Status of Women in the Profession Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Immigration and U.S. Politics Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on The Politics of Punishment: Doing Time in Hard Times Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Democracy and Exceptional Leadership Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Political Ethics Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Comparative Political Theory: Future Approaches and Applications Session 2

 
 
 

Working Group on Working Group on Small States in International Negotiations Session 2

 
 
 

Business Meeting (Eric Voegelin Society)

 
 
  

Saturday, Sep 4, 6:15 PM

 
 

Business Meeting (Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

Business Meeting (Health Politics and Policy)

 
 
 

Business Meeting (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered Caucus)

 
 
 

Editorial Board Meeting (European Journal of Political Research)

 
 
 

Business Meeting (International Organization)

 
 
 

Executive Board Meeting (Political Research Quarterly)

 
 
  

Saturday, Sep 4, 7:00 PM

 
 

Reception (Eric Voegelin Society)

 
 
  

Saturday, Sep 4, 7:30 PM

 
 

Reception (Comparative Politics)

 
 
 

Reception (Race, Ethnicity, and Politics)

 
 
 

Reception (Health Politics and Policy)

 
 
 

Reception (American University)

 
 
 

Reception (The Catholic University of America)

 
 
 

Reception (Claremont McKenna College Washington Program)

 
 
 

Reception (Political Research Quarterly)

 
 
 

Reception (University of Rochester Department of Political Science)

 
 
 

Reception (The Washington Review of Turkish and Eurasian Affairs)

 
 
 

Reception (Washington State University)

 
 
  

Saturday, Sep 4, 8:30 PM

 
 

New Political Science Plenary Address delivered by Gary Rhoades, General Secretary, American Association of University Professors: "A National Campaign for Academic Labor: How We Can Reframe the Politics of Scarcity in Higher Education" (42-8 New Political Science)

 
 
 

New Political Science Plenary Address delivered by Gary Rhoades, General Secretary, American Association of University Professors: "A National Campaign for Academic Labor: How We Can Reframe the Politics of Scarcity in Higher Education" (APSA Events)

 
 
  

Saturday, Sep 4, 10:00 PM

 
 

Reception (New Political Science)

 
 
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