2011 Annual Meeting Program

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2011 APSA Committee, Task Force, and Special Panels

Caucus for a New Political Science Lecture delivered by Erik Olin Wright: "Real Utopias In and Beyond Capitalism"

 

Committee on the Status of Asian Pacific Americans in the Profession

Panel 1   Asian American Identity and Politics

 

Committee on the Status of Blacks in the Profession

Panel 1   The Status of Blacks in the Profession

 

Committee on Civic Education and Engagement

Panel 1   Urban Sustainability and Civic Engagement

 

Departmental Services Committee

Panel 1   A Glass Half Full: Finding a Job Amid Uncertainty

 

Chairs Luncheon and Workshop: Unwitting Leader: How to be an Effective Department Chair, and Live to Tell About It

 

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

Panel 1   Transgender Political Science? A Roundtable Discussion on the Whats, Hows, and Whos of the Research

 

In Memoriam

Panel 1   Commemorating the Scholarly Contributions of Tianjian Shi, 1951-2010

 

Committee on the Status of Latinos y Latinas in the Profession

Panel 1   Future Directions in Latino/Latina Politics Research

 

Panels, Plenaries, Lectures

Plenary Roundtable: The Fate of the Affordable Care Act and the Right to Health Insurance Coverage

 

Plenary Roundtable: Democracy, Economic Security and Social Justice in a Volatile World, President's Task Force Report

 

Plenary Roundtable: Women's Rights Around the Globe

 

How to Referee Articles for Scholarly Journals: A Guide for Recent Ph.D.s

 

APSA Presidential Address delivered by Carole Pateman, University of California, Los Angeles: "Participatory Democracy Revisited"

 

John Gaus Award Lecture delivered by Hal Rainey, University of Georgia: "Organizations, Politics, and Public Purposes: Analyzing Public Organizations and Public Management"

 

James Madison Award Lecture delivered by Jane Mansbridge, Harvard University: "Democracy's Unsolved Problems"

 

APSA Professional Development and Career Roundtable

 

Graduate School Fair and Information Session

 

University of Arizona's National Institute for Civil Discourse Panel

 

Seattle Labor History Discussion and Tour

 

Committee on Teaching and Learning

Panel 1   Taking Teaching Seriously: Helping or Hindering Your Career?

 

Committee on the Status of Women in the Profession

Panel 1   Gender Discrimination within the Academy Itself

 

Short Courses

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