2011 Annual Meeting Program

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Thursday, Sep 1

7:00 AM | 7:30 AM | 8:00 AM | 10:00 AM | 10:15 AM | 12:00 PM | 12:15 PM | 12:30 PM | 12:45 PM | 1:00 PM | 2:00 PM | 4:00 PM | 4:15 PM | 5:30 PM | 6:00 PM | 6:15 PM | 7:00 PM | 7:30 PM | 8:00 PM | 9:00 PM |

Thursday, Sep 1, 7:00 AM

Organized Sections Meeting (APSA Events)

 

Thursday, Sep 1, 7:30 AM

PS Editorial Board Breakfast Meeting (APSA Events)

 

Thursday, Sep 1, 8:00 AM

Hanna Pitkin’s "Concept of Representation" Revisited: A New Agenda for Studying Representation Rights? (T-29 Theme)

 

American Tragedy: The Political Thought of Herman Melville (1-2 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 

Violence, Action, and Withdrawal in Democratic Athens (1-16 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 

New Slaveries (2-14 Foundations of Political Theory)

 

Beyond Animal Rights: Capabilities, Justice, and the Non-Human (2-37 Foundations of Political Theory)

 

Democracy and Representation: Friends or Enemies in Theory and Politics? (2-44 Foundations of Political Theory)

 

Hegel and the Politics of Rights (2-51 Foundations of Political Theory)

 

Democracy and Representation: Friends or Enemies in Theory and Politics? (3-10 Normative Political Theory)

 

Is Power Zero-Sum? (3-13 Normative Political Theory)

 

Critical Perspectives on Rights (3-35 Normative Political Theory)

 

Strategic Communication and Leadership (4-1 Formal Political Theory)

 

Are The Insane Running the Asylum? Leader Traits and Leadership Styles (5-7 Political Psychology)

 

Strategic Communication and Leadership (6-1 Political Economy)

 

Political Economy of Oil (6-21 Political Economy)

 

The Politics of Rights in Early Twentieth Century Law and Political Science: David Rabban's Law’s History: American Legal Thought and the Transatlantic Turn to History (7-3 Politics and History)

 

Immigrants & Rights (7-16 Politics and History)

 

Words, Words, Words (8-1 Political Methodology)

 

Public Opinion in a Developing Democracy: Exploring the first-ever electoral panel study in Brazil (11-4 Comparative Politics)

 

How the "Rules of the Game" Shape Political Outcomes (11-20 Comparative Politics)

 

Rhetoric, Rights, and Women's Political Incorporation in the Americas (11-30 Comparative Politics)

 

Historical Legacies in Contemporary Politics (11-41 Comparative Politics)

 

Political Economy of Oil (11-58 Comparative Politics)

 

Public Opinion in a Developing Democracy: Exploring the first-ever electoral panel study in Brazil (12-3 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 

Interests, Institutions and Policies in Motion: Understanding India’s Growth Story (12-18 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 

Judicialized Politics Or Politicized Judiciaries? The Function Of Judiciaries In Syria, Turkey, Iran and Pakistan (12-32 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 

The Impact of Decentralization on State-wide Parties in non-Western Democracies (12-37 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 

Foreign Aid and Civil society in Developing Countries (12-39 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 

Political Attitudes and Behavior in a Diverse China (13-9 The Politics of Communist and Former Communist Countries)

 

Renegotiating Austerity: The Politics of Interests and Crisis in Europe and Latin America (14-6 Advanced Industrial Societies)

 

The Changing Face of European Party Systems (15-6 European Politics and Society)

 

The Political Economy of US Foreign Relations Law (16-11 International Political Economy)

 

New Research on Foreign Aid (16-24 International Political Economy)

 

Economics and Conflict (16-32 International Political Economy)

 

Post-Constructivism in International Relations (17-14 International Collaboration)

 

Civil War and International Security (18-8 International Security)

 

Diplomacy in International Relations Theory (18-44 International Security)

 

The Foreign Policies of Autocratic States (20-14 Foreign Policy)

 

Author Meets Critics: Sebastian Rosato's Europe United (20-25 Foreign Policy)

 

The Foreign Policies of Autocratic States (21-5 Conflict Processes)

 

Economics and Conflict (21-24 Conflict Processes)

 

Social Network Analysis in the Study of Legislatures (22-5 Legislative Studies)

 

Party and Procedure in the United States Congress (22-16 Legislative Studies)

 

Explaining Women's Success as Candidates and their Position-Taking as Legislators (22-21 Legislative Studies)

 

Presidential Influence in Policymaking (23-12 Presidency Research)

 

Framing, Focusing Events, and Policy Change (25-4 Public Policy)

 

Ideas, Institutions, and Gender in Policy Studies (25-21 Public Policy)

 

Judicialized Politics Or Politicized Judiciaries? The Function Of Judiciaries In Syria, Turkey, Iran and Pakistan (26-5 Law and Courts)

 

Measuring Judicial Independence and Judicial Power (26-11 Law and Courts)

 

The Politics of Rights in Early Twentieth Century Law and Political Science: David Rabban's Law’s History: American Legal Thought and the Transatlantic Turn to History (27-1 Constitutional Law and Jurisprudence)

 

Electoral Reform and Voter Turnout in the American States (29-5 State Politics and Policy)

 

The Comparative Politics of Urban Marginality (30-12 Urban Politics)

 

Rhetoric, Rights, and Women's Political Incorporation in the Americas (31-1 Women and Politics Research)

 

Explaining Women's Success as Candidates and their Position-Taking as Legislators (31-14 Women and Politics Research)

 

Race, Ethnicity and Partisanship (32-7 Race, Ethnicity, and Politics)

 

Religion and Political Group Activism (33-11 Religion and Politics)

 

Theme Roundtable: Hanna Pitkin’s “Concept of Representation” Revisited: A New Agenda for Studying Representation Rights? (34-10 Representation and Electoral Systems)

 

Religion and Political Group Activism (35-6 Political Organizations and Parties)

 

Electoral Reform and Voter Turnout in the American States (36-4 Elections and Voting Behavior)

 

Experiments on Social Pressure and Mobilization (36-17 Elections and Voting Behavior)

 

New Research on the Relevance of Racial Attitudes (37-16 Public Opinion)

 

Campaigns (38-4 Political Communication)

 

The Comparative Politics of Science and Technology Policy (39-7 Science, Technology, and Environmental Politics)

 

Technology, Development and Global Governance: Beyond Instrumentality, Liberalization, and Participation (40-9 Information Technology and Politics)

 

American Tragedy: The Political Thought of Herman Melville (41-1 Politics, Literature, and Film)

 

The Rational Radicalism and Political Theory of Stephen Eric Bronner: A Roundtable (42-8 New Political Science)

 

Diplomacy in International Relations Theory (43-14 International History and Politics)

 

The Impact of Decentralization on State-wide Parties in non-Western Democracies (44-10 Comparative Democratization)

 

Foreign Aid and Civil society in Developing Countries (44-13 Comparative Democratization)

 

Qualitative Comparative Analysis (46-7 Qualitative and Multi-method Research)

 

Public Opinion, the Law, and LGBT Rights: From Global to Local (47-6 Sexuality and Politics)

 

Social Network Analysis in the Study of Legislatures (50-3 Political Networks)

 

Experiments on Social Pressure and Mobilization (51-5 Experimental Research)

 

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

 

Working Group on Poverty and Public Policy Session 1

 

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

 

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

 

Working Group on Comparative Political Theory: The World of Rights Session 1

 

Working Group on Working Group on Migration and Citizenship Session 1

 

Working Group on Working Group on Implicit Attitudes in Political Science Research Session 1

 

Working Group on Understanding Terrorist Change: Exploring the Dynamics of Terrorist Innovation, Adaptation, and Improvisation Session 1

 

Working Group on Confederational American Political Thought Session 1

 

A Roving Commission: Politics in Churchill's Autobiography (Panel 1 The Churchill Centre)

 

The 112th Congress (Panel 3 Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship and Political Philosophy)

 

Collaborative Innovation in the Public Sector: How Can Governance Networks Produce Policy Innovation? (Panel 1 European Consortium for Political Research)

 

Violence, Action, and Withdrawal in Democratic Athens (Panel 1 Society for Greek Political Thought)

 

Theme Roundtable: Hanna Pitkin’s 'Concept of Representation' Revisited: A New Agenda for Studying Representation Rights? (Panel 1 IPSA Research Committee 1 (Concepts and Methods))

 

Is Power Zero-Sum? (Panel 1 IPSA Research Committee #36 (Power))

 

Public Opinion, the Law, and LGBT Rights: From Global to Local (Panel 2 Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered Caucus)

 

Historical Legacies in Contemporary Politics (Panel 1 Association for the Study of Nationalities)

 

Technology, Development and Global Governance: Beyond Instrumentality, Liberalization, and Participation (Panel 2 Practicing Politics Working Group)

 

The Range of Human Memory (Panel 4 Eric Voegelin Society)

 

Business Meeting (Cengage Learning)

 

Thursday, Sep 1, 10:00 AM

International Associations Meeting (APSA Events)

 

Meeting (Organization Theory in Political Science and Public Policy)

 

Meeting (Poverty and Public Policy)

 

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

 

Meeting (Practicing Politics: Political Scientists in Government, Policy Centers, and other Policy-Related Organizations)

 

Meeting (Comparative Political Theory: The World of Rights)

 

Meeting (Working Group on Migration and Citizenship)

 

Meeting (Working Group on Implicit Attitudes in Political Science Research)

 

Meeting (Understanding Terrorist Change: Exploring the Dynamics of Terrorist Innovation, Adaptation, and Improvisation)

 

Meeting (Confederational American Political Thought)

 

Thursday, Sep 1, 10:15 AM

Labor Rights and Labor History in Seattle and the Pacific Northwest (T-13 Theme)

 

Environmental Policy: Federalism and the Politics of Rights (T-22 Theme)

 

States of War: Genealogies of Realism and Democratic Violence (1-9 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 

The Myth of the Free Market (1-15 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 

States of War: Genealogies of Realism and Democratic Violence (2-2 Foundations of Political Theory)

 

Positive Rights and Beyond: The Complexities of State Spending and Human Rights (2-33 Foundations of Political Theory)

 

Democracy, Perfectionism and the Politics of Rights (2-41 Foundations of Political Theory)

 

Positive Rights and Beyond: The Complexities of State Spending and Human Rights (3-7 Normative Political Theory)

 

Formal Models and Experiments: the New Frontiers (4-3 Formal Political Theory)

 

The Origins and Import of Trust (5-15 Political Psychology)

 

Political Regimes and their Effects on the Economy (6-5 Political Economy)

 

The Politics of FDI and Multinational Corporations (6-24 Political Economy)

 

Law and the Rights Revolution (7-5 Politics and History)

 

Theme Panel: Labor Rights and Labor History in Seattle and the Pacific Northwest (7-21 Politics and History)

 

Change and Backlash: Assessing Obama's Presidency (7-22 Politics and History)

 

Party Change on Rights Issues (7-24 Politics and History)

 

Bayesian Approaches: Advances (8-2 Political Methodology)

 

Civic Education: Engaging students, faculty and administrators in civic education and participation (9-1 Teaching and Learning)

 

Civic Education: Engaging students, faculty and administrators in civic education and participation (10-1 Political Science Education)

 

Revolutionary Processes (11-12 Comparative Politics)

 

Political Participation and Policy Outcomes in Contemporary Brazil (11-23 Comparative Politics)

 

Comparative Views on Social Security and Welfare Policies (11-36 Comparative Politics)

 

New Approaches to the Study of Ethnic Politics (11-57 Comparative Politics)

 

Social Movements and Political Mobilization: New Approaches (11-70 Comparative Politics)

 

Roundtable on Bo Rothstein’s The Quality of Government. The Political Economy of Corruption, Social Trust and Inequality in International Comparative Perspective (forthcoming University of Chicago Press) (11-72 Comparative Politics)

 

Internal Security in Asia (12-14 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 

Bucking the Trend: The Puzzle of Enduring Authoritarianism in the Arab World (12-35 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 

Political Economy and Institutions: Historical and Comparative Approaches (14-11 Advanced Industrial Societies)

 

State, Civil Society, and Identity in Europe (15-10 European Politics and Society)

 

The Politics of FDI and Multinational Corporations (16-4 International Political Economy)

 

China, the U.S., and Foreign Economic Policy (16-31 International Political Economy)

 

Contending Social Mechanisms in International Politics (17-12 International Collaboration)

 

(Re)Constructing Transnational Spaces (17-15 International Collaboration)

 

Afghanistan, Pakistan, and the War on Terror (18-9 International Security)

 

A New Cold War? Understanding the Recent Chill in US-China Relations (18-19 International Security)

 

Fights, Rights, and Re-Ordering the International System?: Strategic Studies Field amidst Rising Nuclear, Terror, Cyber, and Global Economic and Human Security Challenges (19-6 International Security and Arms Control)

 

Managing Crises and Conflicts (20-11 Foreign Policy)

 

Congress and Foreign Policy (20-20 Foreign Policy)

 

China, the U.S., and Foreign Economic Policy (20-23 Foreign Policy)

 

Audience Costs (21-7 Conflict Processes)

 

Economics and Civil War (21-18 Conflict Processes)

 

Legislative Careers (22-7 Legislative Studies)

 

The Politics of Women's Presence in Legislatures (22-20 Legislative Studies)

 

In Defense of the Constitution: The Life and Work of Louis Fisher (23-11 Presidency Research)

 

Collaboration or Control? Issues in Contract Management and Networked Delivery (24-2 Public Administration)

 

The Politics of Disaster: Recovery in Cross-National and Cross-Disciplinary Perspective (25-5 Public Policy)

 

Change and Backlash: Assessing Obama's Presidency (25-14 Public Policy)

 

Theme Panel: Environmental Policy: Federalism and the Politics of Rights (25-23 Public Policy)

 

Law and the Rights Revolution (26-1 Law and Courts)

 

In Defense of the Constitution: The Life and Work of Louis Fisher (27-2 Constitutional Law and Jurisprudence)

 

Theme Panel: Environmental Policy: Federalism and the Politics of Rights (28-6 Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations)

 

The Redistributive Impact of State Policy Choices (29-9 State Politics and Policy)

 

New Perspectives on Local Voting Behavior (30-6 Urban Politics)

 

The Politics of Women's Presence in Legislatures (31-4 Women and Politics Research)

 

Gendering Health and Welfare Policy (31-17 Women and Politics Research)

 

Identity and Perceptions (32-13 Race, Ethnicity, and Politics)

 

Religion and Politics in the U.S. Congress (33-3 Religion and Politics)

 

Party Change on Rights Issues (35-7 Political Organizations and Parties)

 

Social Movements and Political Mobilization: New Approaches (35-11 Political Organizations and Parties)

 

New Perspectives on Local Voting Behavior (36-5 Elections and Voting Behavior)

 

Understanding the 2010 British Elections (36-20 Elections and Voting Behavior)

 

The Origins and Import of Trust (37-4 Public Opinion)

 

Issue Convergence and Dialogue (38-11 Political Communication)

 

The Politics of Disaster: Recovery in Cross-National and Cross-Disciplinary Perspective (39-2 Science, Technology, and Environmental Politics)

 

Theme Panel: Labor Rights and Labor History in Seattle and the Pacific Northwest (42-3 New Political Science)

 

The Past and Present in the Global Financial Crisis (43-13 International History and Politics)

 

Bucking the Trend: The Puzzle of Enduring Authoritarianism in the Arab World (44-8 Comparative Democratization)

 

Roundtable on Bo Rothstein’s The Quality of Government. The Political Economy of Corruption, Social Trust and Inequality in International Comparative Perspective (forthcoming University of Chicago Press) (44-19 Comparative Democratization)

 

Political Determinants of Rights Protection (45-13 Human Rights)

 

Process Tracing (46-13 Qualitative and Multi-method Research)

 

Gendering Health and Welfare Policy (48-5 Health Politics and Policy)

 

Formal Models and Experiments: the New Frontiers (51-1 Experimental Research)

 

A New Cold War? Understanding the Recent Chill in US-China Relations (Panel 1 Association of Chinese Political Studies)

 

Feminist movements and the challenge of pluralism: practices of intersectionality in a comparative perspective (Panel 2 Association Française de Science Politique Group)

 

Political Participation and Policy Outcomes in Contemporary Brazil (Panel 1 Brazilian Political Science Association)

 

Understanding the 2010 British Elections (Panel 1 British Politics Group)

 

Jaffa's Thomism and Aristotelianism Reconsidered (Panel 7 Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship and Political Philosophy)

 

The Italian Political System 150 Years On: The Risorgimento’s Relevance Today (Panel 1 Conference Group on Italian Politics and Society)

 

Poverty and Public Policy (Panel 1 Poverty, Inequality, and Public Policy Caucus)

 

Poverty and Public Policy (Panel 1 Policy Studies Organization)

 

What Does Mass Man Do With His Soul? Popular Arts in Democracies (Panel 7 Eric Voegelin Society)

 

Thursday, Sep 1, 12:00 PM

Awards Luncheon (APSA Events)

 

Thursday, Sep 1, 12:15 PM

Business Meeting (European Politics and Society)

 

Executive Council Business Meeting (Political Organizations and Parties)

 

Publications Executive Committee Business Meeting (New Political Science)

 

The Methods Café (46-12 Qualitative and Multi-method Research)

 

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

 

Working Group on Poverty and Public Policy Session 1

 

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

 

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

 

Working Group on Comparative Political Theory: The World of Rights Session 1

 

Working Group on Working Group on Migration and Citizenship Session 1

 

Working Group on Working Group on Implicit Attitudes in Political Science Research Session 1

 

Working Group on Understanding Terrorist Change: Exploring the Dynamics of Terrorist Innovation, Adaptation, and Improvisation Session 1

 

Working Group on Confederational American Political Thought Session 1

 

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

 

Working Group on Poverty and Public Policy Session 1

 

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

 

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

 

Working Group on Comparative Political Theory: The World of Rights Session 1

 

Working Group on Working Group on Migration and Citizenship Session 1

 

Working Group on Working Group on Implicit Attitudes in Political Science Research Session 1

 

Working Group on Understanding Terrorist Change: Exploring the Dynamics of Terrorist Innovation, Adaptation, and Improvisation Session 1

 

Working Group on Confederational American Political Thought Session 1

 

The Methods Café (Panel 1 Interpretive Methodologies and Methods)

 

Board Meeting (Comparative Political Studies)

 

Editorial Board Meeting (Journal of Politics)

 

Executive Council Meeting (Pi Sigma Alpha, the National Political Science Honor Society)

 

Thursday, Sep 1, 12:30 PM

How to Referee Articles for Scholarly Journals: A Guide for Recent Ph.D.s (APSA Events)

 

Thursday, Sep 1, 12:45 PM

Awards Ceremony (APSA Events)

 

Seattle Labor History Discussion and Tour (APSA Events)

 

Thursday, Sep 1, 1:00 PM

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

 

Working Group on Poverty and Public Policy Session 1

 

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

 

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

 

Working Group on Comparative Political Theory: The World of Rights Session 1

 

Working Group on Working Group on Migration and Citizenship Session 1

 

Working Group on Working Group on Implicit Attitudes in Political Science Research Session 1

 

Working Group on Understanding Terrorist Change: Exploring the Dynamics of Terrorist Innovation, Adaptation, and Improvisation Session 1

 

Working Group on Confederational American Political Thought Session 1

 

Thursday, Sep 1, 2:00 PM

Comparative Perspectives on Property Rights and Corporate Governance (T-14 Theme)

 

Majoritarian Institutions and Minority Rights: Direct Democracy in the American States (T-25 Theme)

 

Ancient History as Political Theory (1-3 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 

Kant and Global Governance (1-23 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 

Politics Without Humans (2-7 Foundations of Political Theory)

 

Schmitt's Friends and Enemies (2-20 Foundations of Political Theory)

 

Realism in Political Theory: Postcolonial Realisms (2-39 Foundations of Political Theory)

 

The Fact of Inequality (2-46 Foundations of Political Theory)

 

Realism in Political Theory: Postcolonial Realisms (3-8 Normative Political Theory)

 

Normative Political Economy (3-22 Normative Political Theory)

 

Biology and Rights (3-26 Normative Political Theory)

 

Feminist Perspectives on Freedom and Rights (3-34 Normative Political Theory)

 

Strategic Models of Authoritarian Politics (4-10 Formal Political Theory)

 

Emotion and Political Engagement (5-1 Political Psychology)

 

New Frontiers: Neuropolicy, Childhood Development, Evolution and Emotion (5-20 Political Psychology)

 

The Politics of Aid and Disaster Assistance (6-6 Political Economy)

 

Political and Economic Effects of Decentralization (6-14 Political Economy)

 

The Political Economy of Financial Crises (6-25 Political Economy)

 

Bringing Transitional Justice In: The U.S. and Transitional Justice Models (7-6 Politics and History)

 

Bayesian Approaches: Applications (8-3 Political Methodology)

 

Regimes, Protesters, and Insurgents: New Perspectives (11-8 Comparative Politics)

 

Participatory Governance: Reshaping democracy, economic security and social justice. (11-17 Comparative Politics)

 

Banking Regulation in Comparative Perspective (11-34 Comparative Politics)

 

Theme Panel: Comparative Perspectives on Property Rights and Corporate Governance (11-47 Comparative Politics)

 

New Approaches to Party Politics and Social Rights (11-52 Comparative Politics)

 

Strategic Models of Authoritarian Politics (11-55 Comparative Politics)

 

Ethnic Fragmentation and Conflict (12-15 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 

Preferences, Partisanship, and Electoral Competition in Mexico and Brazil (12-26 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 

Frontiers of Political Participation in China (13-4 The Politics of Communist and Former Communist Countries)

 

Crisis, Capitalism, and the Welfare State (14-8 Advanced Industrial Societies)

 

Citizen Support for the EU (15-13 European Politics and Society)

 

Banking Regulation in Comparative Perspective (16-1 International Political Economy)

 

The Political Economy of Financial Crises (16-6 International Political Economy)

 

Trade Agreements: New Legal and Institutional Dimensions (16-27 International Political Economy)

 

Theorizing International Law: The State of the Art (17-7 International Collaboration)

 

Nuclear Rights and Nonproliferation (17-20 International Collaboration)

 

Kashmir and Palestine: Irresolvable Conflicts? (18-11 International Security)

 

The role of values in foreign policy preferences (18-18 International Security)

 

Understanding the Fight for Justice: Alternative Approaches to the Study of Civil Wars (18-29 International Security)

 

Conflict Dynamics and Outcomes (18-37 International Security)

 

Ikenberry's LIBERAL LEVIATHAN Debated (18-42 International Security)

 

Nuclear Rights and Nonproliferation (19-8 International Security and Arms Control)

 

The role of values in foreign policy preferences (20-2 Foreign Policy)

 

Treaties, International Agreements, and Foreign Policy (20-18 Foreign Policy)

 

Conflict Dynamics and Outcomes (21-10 Conflict Processes)

 

Public Opinion and International Relations (21-30 Conflict Processes)

 

Political Polarization (22-9 Legislative Studies)

 

The Return of Divided Government: A Roundtable on the 112th Congress (22-19 Legislative Studies)

 

Presidents, Parties, and Elections (23-6 Presidency Research)

 

Institutionalized Chaos and Transformation of Governance: Explaining Global Crisis of Capitalism (24-5 Public Administration)

 

Ideas and Agendas in Comparative Policy Analysis (25-9 Public Policy)

 

Women's Rights and Public Policy in the Global South (25-22 Public Policy)

 

Environmental Information and Decision Making in a Comparative Context (25-27 Public Policy)

 

State Courts - Personnel, Behavior, and Policy Making (26-14 Law and Courts)

 

Regime Politics and Judicial Review (26-15 Law and Courts)

 

Regime Politics and Judicial Review (27-5 Constitutional Law and Jurisprudence)

 

Political and Economic Effects of Decentralization (28-1 Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations)

 

Theme Panel: Majoritarian Institutions and Minority Rights: Direct Democracy in the American States (29-6 State Politics and Policy)

 

The Right to the City in Comparative Perspective (30-13 Urban Politics)

 

Women's Human Rights Norms Diffusion (31-10 Women and Politics Research)

 

Civil Rights and the Politics of Anti-Discrimination (32-2 Race, Ethnicity, and Politics)

 

Religious Actors in Democratization Consolidation: Evidence from the Five Muslim Democracies (33-14 Religion and Politics)

 

Presidents, Parties, and Elections (35-1 Political Organizations and Parties)

 

Experiments on Cue-taking, Myopia, and Rationality (36-10 Elections and Voting Behavior)

 

Political Geography, Diversity, and Sorting (36-29 Elections and Voting Behavior)

 

Do People Actually Agree with Jan Brewer? Public Opinion on Immigration (37-10 Public Opinion)

 

Elections, Voters and Public Opinion (37-13 Public Opinion)

 

Tim Cook’s Legacy to Political Communication and Beyond (38-13 Political Communication)

 

Environmental Information and Decision Making in a Comparative Context (39-6 Science, Technology, and Environmental Politics)

 

Science, Technology, and Environmental Policy Networks (39-12 Science, Technology, and Environmental Politics)

 

The Ambiguity of Rights: Sexuality and Gender in Political Narrative (41-7 Politics, Literature, and Film)

 

Progressives, Money and Politics (42-6 New Political Science)

 

Ikenberry's LIBERAL LEVIATHAN Debated (43-5 International History and Politics)

 

Participatory Governance: Reshaping democracy, economic security and social justice. (44-2 Comparative Democratization)

 

Religious Actors in Democratization Consolidation: Evidence from the Five Muslim Democracies (44-12 Comparative Democratization)

 

Women's Human Rights Norms Diffusion (45-6 Human Rights)

 

New Frontiers: Neuropolicy, Childhood Development, Evolution and Emotion (46-1 Qualitative and Multi-method Research)

 

The Ambiguity of Rights: Sexuality and Gender in Political Narrative (47-4 Sexuality and Politics)

 

Science, Technology, and Environmental Policy Networks (50-10 Political Networks)

 

Experiments on Cue-taking, Myopia, and Rationality (51-4 Experimental Research)

 

Minority Student Recruitment Program (MSRP) Meeting (APSA Events)

 

Gender Discrimination within the Academy Itself (Panel 1 Organization Theory in Political Science and Public Policy)

 

Gender Discrimination within the Academy Itself (Panel 1 Poverty and Public Policy)

 

Gender Discrimination within the Academy Itself (Panel 1 Committee on the Status of Women in the Profession)

 

Gender Discrimination within the Academy Itself (Panel 1 Practicing Politics: Political Scientists in Government, Policy Centers, and other Policy-Related Organizations)

 

Gender Discrimination within the Academy Itself (Panel 1 Comparative Political Theory: The World of Rights)

 

Gender Discrimination within the Academy Itself (Panel 1 Working Group on Migration and Citizenship)

 

Gender Discrimination within the Academy Itself (Panel 1 Working Group on Implicit Attitudes in Political Science Research)

 

Gender Discrimination within the Academy Itself (Panel 1 Understanding Terrorist Change: Exploring the Dynamics of Terrorist Innovation, Adaptation, and Improvisation)

 

Gender Discrimination within the Academy Itself (Panel 1 Confederational American Political Thought)

 

POLICY AND POLITICS OF AGING IN OECD STATES: Health Reform, Long-Term Care and Age-Identity Politics (Panel 1 Aging Policy and Politics Group)

 

Exploring the Origins and Implications of the Military-Industrial Complex (Panel 1 Cato Institute)

 

The Return to Founding Principles: Should Natural Rights Be Part of the Conservative Resurgence? (Panel 9 Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship and Political Philosophy)

 

Theme Panel: Majoritarian Institutions and Minority Rights: Direct Democracy in the American States (Panel 1 Center for the Study of Federalism)

 

The Right to the City in Comparative Perspective (Panel 2 Comparative Urban Politics)

 

Responses to Climate Change: Ethics, Rights, and Justice (Panel 1 Green Politics and Theory)

 

Current Research in Biopolitics (Panel 1 Association for Politics and the Life Sciences)

 

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

 

The Languages of Eric Voegelin (Panel 3 Eric Voegelin Society)

 

Thursday, Sep 1, 4:00 PM

Meeting (Committee on Civic Education and Engagement)

 

Ad Hoc Committee on Workable Solutions to Advancing Women in the Profession Meeting (APSA Events)

 

Thursday, Sep 1, 4:15 PM

Parity and the Shift from ‘Universal’ to Group Rights in France (T-17 Theme)

 

Marriage as Ambition and Complication: Equality and the Politics of LGBTQ Rights (T-24 Theme)

 

How Can Political Science Help Us Understand the Politics of Decarceration? (T-31 Theme)

 

Author Meets Critics: Kathryn Sikkink on the Justice Cascade: How Human Rights Prosecutions are Changing World Politics (T-33 Theme)

 

Gandhian Nonviolence: Freedom, Rights, Democracy and Anarchy (1-8 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 

Secrecy, Transparency, Truth and Politics (2-16 Foundations of Political Theory)

 

Herbert Marcuse and One-Dimensional Politics in the Twenty-first Century (2-28 Foundations of Political Theory)

 

Liberal Rights and Obligations: Anna Stilz's "Liberal Loyalty" (2-43 Foundations of Political Theory)

 

Liberal Rights and Obligations: Anna Stilz's "Liberal Loyalty" (3-9 Normative Political Theory)

 

Race In A Post-Civil Rights America (3-17 Normative Political Theory)

 

Cosmopolitan Rights and Citizenship (3-23 Normative Political Theory)

 

RIGHTS and POLITICAL JUSTIFICATION (3-32 Normative Political Theory)

 

Models of Elections (4-6 Formal Political Theory)

 

Ignorance, Information and Attention: What Do We Know, and Why Do We Know It? (5-3 Political Psychology)

 

Muggles Trust Jon Stewart: Comedic News, Fiction and Political Behavior (5-9 Political Psychology)

 

Author meets Critics: Man is by Nature a Political Animal: Evolution, Biology, and Politics (5-22 Political Psychology)

 

Institutional Determinants of Redistributional Expenditures (6-9 Political Economy)

 

Firms in Competition and Conflict (6-17 Political Economy)

 

Colonial Legacies in South Asia: Governance, Democracy, and Development (7-8 Politics and History)

 

Skepticism (8-4 Political Methodology)

 

Unique Approaches to Teaching Political Science (9-2 Teaching and Learning)

 

Unique Approaches to Teaching Political Science (10-2 Political Science Education)

 

Preferences for Redistribution and Social Protection (11-6 Comparative Politics)

 

Democratic Institutions and Social Welfare (11-22 Comparative Politics)

 

Regional Issues, Territorial Coalitions, and National Politics (11-37 Comparative Politics)

 

Comparative Perspectives on Immigration (11-56 Comparative Politics)

 

British Political Development: The Rights and Responsibilities of Reform (11-65 Comparative Politics)

 

Colonial Legacies in South Asia: Governance, Democracy, and Development (12-2 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 

Public Goods Provision and Redistribution in Developing Countries (12-20 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 

State-Society Relations in Democratic Rural Latin America: The Search for New Forms of Interest Representation after the Demise of Corporatism (12-34 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 

Corruption in Transitional Contexts (13-7 The Politics of Communist and Former Communist Countries)

 

The Effects of Aid and Democracy Promotion (13-8 The Politics of Communist and Former Communist Countries)

 

Preferences for Redistribution and Social Protection (14-1 Advanced Industrial Societies)

 

Theme Panel: Parity and the Shift from ‘Universal’ to Group Rights in France (15-5 European Politics and Society)

 

Governing Europe's "Economic and Monetary Union:" German and French Lessons from the Sovereign Debt Crisis (15-16 European Politics and Society)

 

Public Opinion, Foreign Policy and International Relations (16-10 International Political Economy)

 

Responsibilities and Rights of Firms and Governments in the Global Eoncomy (16-23 International Political Economy)

 

Pathways to Compliance and Cooperation in Europe (17-9 International Collaboration)

 

Who Belongs? The Politics of Joining International Institutions (17-18 International Collaboration)

 

Geography, Ecology, and International Security (18-4 International Security)

 

Thinking Globally, Researching Locally: Understanding Local-Level Violence in Civil Wars (18-15 International Security)

 

Ethical dilemmas and security challenges (18-25 International Security)

 

The Consequences of Conflict (18-34 International Security)

 

Exploring the Rationalist Explanations for War (18-41 International Security)

 

Globalization's Semi-Wars: New Forms of Insurgency, Counterinsurgency, Terrorism, Technology, and Transforming Militaries (19-5 International Security and Arms Control)

 

Framing Foreign Policy Debates (20-8 Foreign Policy)

 

The Consequences of Conflict (20-26 Foreign Policy)

 

Exploring the Rationalist Explanations for War (21-23 Conflict Processes)

 

When and How Can Executives Make End Runs Around the Congress? (22-4 Legislative Studies)

 

When and How Can Executives Make End Runs Around the Congress? (23-3 Presidency Research)

 

Presidential Rhetoric and Communications Strategies (23-13 Presidency Research)

 

Ethical dilemmas and security challenges (25-2 Public Policy)

 

Education Policy: Politics and Outcomes (25-15 Public Policy)

 

Nonprofit Advocacy and the Politics of Representation (25-25 Public Policy)

 

A Jurisprudence of Rights and Liberties? United States Election Law (26-2 Law and Courts)

 

Theme Panel: Marriage as Ambition and Complication: Equality and the Politics of LGBTQ Rights (27-6 Constitutional Law and Jurisprudence)

 

Recruiting Women into State and Local Politics (29-11 State Politics and Policy)

 

Roundtable: Multilevel Governance in Canada: Constitutional Rights and Power Shifts (30-9 Urban Politics)

 

Recruiting Women into State and Local Politics (31-12 Women and Politics Research)

 

Indigenous Rights in the Americas (32-5 Race, Ethnicity, and Politics)

 

The New Latino Politics? (32-15 Race, Ethnicity, and Politics)

 

Religious Elites and Politics: Comparative Perspectives (33-6 Religion and Politics)

 

The comparative study of electoral institutions and representation (34-6 Representation and Electoral Systems)

 

Nonprofit Advocacy and the Politics of Representation (35-15 Political Organizations and Parties)

 

Who Votes? Issues in Validation and Over-Reporting (36-11 Elections and Voting Behavior)

 

Interpersonal Dynamics and Voting Behavior (36-15 Elections and Voting Behavior)

 

Ignorance, Information and Attention: What Do We Know, and Why Do We Know It? (37-1 Public Opinion)

 

Social Identity and Attitudes Towards Out-Groups Today (37-14 Public Opinion)

 

Muggles Trust Jon Stewart: Comedic News, Fiction and Political Behavior (38-1 Political Communication)

 

Climate Change: Public Attitudes and Political Realities (39-11 Science, Technology, and Environmental Politics)

 

Herbert Marcuse and One-Dimensional Politics in the Twenty-first Century (42-2 New Political Science)

 

Thinking Globally, Researching Locally: Understanding Local-Level Violence in Civil Wars (43-3 International History and Politics)

 

State-Society Relations in Democratic Rural Latin America: The Search for New Forms of Interest Representation after the Demise of Corporatism (44-7 Comparative Democratization)

 

Mechanisms Affecting the Quality of Democracy (44-22 Comparative Democratization)

 

Theme Panel: Author Meets Critics: Kathryn Sikkink on the Justice Cascade: How Human Rights Prosecutions are Changing World Politics (45-10 Human Rights)

 

Qualitative Investigations of Identity (46-4 Qualitative and Multi-method Research)

 

Author meets Critics: Man is by Nature a Political Animal: Evolution, Biology, and Politics (46-11 Qualitative and Multi-method Research)

 

Theme Panel: Marriage as Ambition and Complication: Equality and the Politics of LGBTQ Rights (47-1 Sexuality and Politics)

 

Autism Politics and Policy (48-8 Health Politics and Policy)

 

Canadian Politics and Policy in Comparative Perspective (49-3 Canadian Politics)

 

Interpersonal Dynamics and Voting Behavior (50-5 Political Networks)

 

Asian American Identity and Politics (Panel 1 Committee on the Status of Asian Pacific Americans in the Profession)

 

Asian American Identity and Politics (Panel 2 Asian Pacific American Caucus)

 

Xenophon, the Philosopher, and the Theological-Political Problem (Panel 5 Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship and Political Philosophy)

 

Roundtable: Multilevel Governance in Canada: Constitutional Rights and Power Shifts (Panel 1 Comparative Urban Politics)

 

Theme Panel: Parity and the Shift from ‘Universal’ to Group Rights in France (Panel 1 French Politics Group)

 

The Politics of Human Scale (Panel 1 National Humanities Institute)

 

What (Not) to Do with North Korea? (Panel 1 The Association of Korean Political Studies)

 

The New Latino Politics? (Panel 1 Latino Caucus in Political Science)

 

Rights claiming and political participation (Panel 1 Committee for Political Sociology)

 

Voegelin Studies and East Asian Politics: The Silent Brush-Politics & Art in China (Panel 12 Eric Voegelin Society)

 

Thursday, Sep 1, 5:30 PM

APSA Mentor and Networking Reception (APSA Events)

 

Board Meeting (International Theory Journal)

 

Thursday, Sep 1, 6:00 PM

Grad Student Happy Hour (APSA Events)

 

International Attendee Welcome Reception (APSA Events)

 

Reception for Pi Sigma Alpha Chapter Advisors and Friends of Pi Sigma Alpha (Pi Sigma Alpha, the National Political Science Honor Society)

 

Thursday, Sep 1, 6:15 PM

Business Meeting (Foreign Policy)

 

Board Meeting (Presidency Research)

 

Business Meeting (Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations)

 

Business Meeting (State Politics and Policy)

 

Business Meeting (Religion and Politics)

 

Business Meeting (Information Technology and Politics)

 

Business Meeting (Qualitative and Multi-method Research)

 

University of Arizona's National Institute for Civil Discourse Panel (APSA Events)

 

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

 

Working Group on Poverty and Public Policy Session 1

 

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

 

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

 

Working Group on Comparative Political Theory: The World of Rights Session 1

 

Working Group on Working Group on Migration and Citizenship Session 1

 

Working Group on Working Group on Implicit Attitudes in Political Science Research Session 1

 

Working Group on Understanding Terrorist Change: Exploring the Dynamics of Terrorist Innovation, Adaptation, and Improvisation Session 1

 

Working Group on Confederational American Political Thought Session 1

 

Business Meeting (Women's Caucus for Political Science)

 

Catalist Data Information Session (Catalist Data)

 

Business Meeting (Journal of Election Studies)

 

Editorial Board Meeting (Review of Policy Research)

 

Executive Council Meeting (Western Political Science Association)

 

Thursday, Sep 1, 7:00 PM

Reception and Triple Book Party ("Unfashionable Observations" on Racial Politics; Nietzche; Near-Death Experiences)

 

Thursday, Sep 1, 7:30 PM

Board Meeting Reception (Presidency Research)

 

Reception (State Politics and Policy)

 

Women of Color Reception (Women and Politics Research)

 

Reception (Religion and Politics)

 

Reception (Information Technology and Politics)

 

Reception (International History and Politics)

 

Reception (Qualitative and Multi-method Research)

 

University of Arizona's National Institute for Civil Discourse Reception (APSA Events)

 

Women of Color Reception (Organization Theory in Political Science and Public Policy)

 

Women of Color Reception (Poverty and Public Policy)

 

Women of Color Reception (Committee on the Status of Women in the Profession)

 

Women of Color Reception (Practicing Politics: Political Scientists in Government, Policy Centers, and other Policy-Related Organizations)

 

Women of Color Reception (Comparative Political Theory: The World of Rights)

 

Women of Color Reception (Working Group on Migration and Citizenship)

 

Women of Color Reception (Working Group on Implicit Attitudes in Political Science Research)

 

Women of Color Reception (Understanding Terrorist Change: Exploring the Dynamics of Terrorist Innovation, Adaptation, and Improvisation)

 

Women of Color Reception (Confederational American Political Thought)

 

Reception (Political Studies Association)

 

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

 

Reception (Boston College Department of Political Science)

 

Reception (Conference for the Study of Political Thought (CSPT))

 

Reception (City University of New York Graduate Center)

 

Reception (Institute for Humane Studies)

 

Reception (Johns Hopkins University Department of Political Science)

 

Reception (University of Michigan)

 

Reception (National Conference of Black Political Scientists)

 

Reception (The University of Notre Dame Department of Political Science)

 

Reception (New York University Wilf Family Department of Politics)

 

Reception (Ohio State University Department of Political Science)

 

Reception (University of Pennsylvania Political Science Department)

 

Reception (Political Research Quarterly)

 

Reception (Review of Politics)

 

Reception (Social Science Quarterly)

 

Reception (Wiley-Blackwell Publishing)

 

Reception (Washington State University)

 

Thursday, Sep 1, 8:00 PM

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

 

Thursday, Sep 1, 9:00 PM

Opening Reception (APSA Events)

 
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