2011 Annual Meeting Program

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Saturday, Sep 3

| 7:00 AM | 7:30 AM | 8:00 AM | 9:00 AM | 10:00 AM | 10:15 AM | 11:15 AM | 12:15 PM | 12:30 PM | 1:30 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 |

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Reception (RWJF Scholars in Health Policy Research Program)

 

Saturday, Sep 3, 7:00 AM

2012 APSA Program Committee Meeting (APSA Events)

 

Saturday, Sep 3, 7:30 AM

Journal Editors' Breakfast (APSA Events)

 

Perspectives on Politics Board Meeting (APSA Events)

 

Saturday, Sep 3, 8:00 AM

Immigrant Rights, Felons' Rights and the Politics of Inclusion (T-28 Theme)

 

Roundtable on John P. McCormick's "Machiavellian Democracy" (1-1 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 

American Liberalism: Consensus and Dissensus (1-18 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 

The Right(s) Approach to Suffering (1-32 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 

The Voice and Language of Radical Democracy (2-6 Foundations of Political Theory)

 

Engaging Emancipatory Social Science and Social Theory: A Critical Roundtable on Erik Olin Wright's "Envisioning Real Utopias." (2-23 Foundations of Political Theory)

 

The Right(s) Approach to Suffering (2-32 Foundations of Political Theory)

 

Foundations of Human Rights (I) (2-48 Foundations of Political Theory)

 

Nomos: Federalism and Subsidiarity: The City and Subsidiarity (2-59 Foundations of Political Theory)

 

Roundtable on John P. McCormick's "Machiavellian Democracy" (3-1 Normative Political Theory)

 

Modes of Democratic Citizenship (3-21 Normative Political Theory)

 

Dilemmas in Civic Education: Patriotism & Identity, Controversy & Consensus (3-33 Normative Political Theory)

 

Formal Models of Legislative Politics (4-4 Formal Political Theory)

 

Political Constraint and Opinion Change (5-4 Political Psychology)

 

Determinants of Collective Action (6-16 Political Economy)

 

Race, Gender, and Sexuality in Institutional Development (7-14 Politics and History)

 

Experiments, Quasi- And Otherwise (8-9 Political Methodology)

 

Democratic Accountability, Clientelism, and Distributive Politics (11-13 Comparative Politics)

 

Manipulated Elections in Authoritarian and Hybrid Regimes (11-21 Comparative Politics)

 

Electoral Rules, Partisanship and Political Competition (11-31 Comparative Politics)

 

Exploring Links between Social Movements and the State (11-67 Comparative Politics)

 

Democratic Accountability, Clientelism, and Distributive Politics (12-5 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 

Religion: Politics, Conflict and Violence (12-19 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 

Globalizaton, Trade, Aid and Development (12-25 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 

Institutions and Electoral Strategies in the Middle East (12-41 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 

Working to Expand and Protect Rights in Authoritarian Regimes: China, Russia, and Martial Law Taiwan (13-1 The Politics of Communist and Former Communist Countries)

 

Labor-Market Institutions and the Preferences of Unions and Employers (14-4 Advanced Industrial Societies)

 

Small States Reconsidered: Reconciling Flexibility and Rigidity in Economic Adjustment (14-15 Advanced Industrial Societies)

 

Labor-Market Institutions and the Preferences of Unions and Employers (15-1 European Politics and Society)

 

Small States Reconsidered: Reconciling Flexibility and Rigidity in Economic Adjustment (15-18 European Politics and Society)

 

International Political Economy of Migration (16-13 International Political Economy)

 

The Politics of International Financial Institutions (16-22 International Political Economy)

 

Globalizing Transitional Justice (17-13 International Collaboration)

 

Politics by All Means: Strategic Mixes of Peaceful and Violent Collective Action in Civil Conflicts (18-27 International Security)

 

IR Theory and East Asia: New Approaches (18-28 International Security)

 

Intervention and Peacekeeping (18-40 International Security)

 

New Security in the Globally Critical Indian Ocean Region: Great Power Politics, Regional Rivalry, and the Emergence of a Maritime System (19-2 International Security and Arms Control)

 

Intelligence Failure in Comparative Perspective (20-4 Foreign Policy)

 

Human Rights vs. Realpolitik in Obama's Foreign Policy (20-15 Foreign Policy)

 

Alliance Formation and its Consequences (21-6 Conflict Processes)

 

Intervention and Peacekeeping (21-19 Conflict Processes)

 

Formal Models of Legislative Politics (22-1 Legislative Studies)

 

Lobbying and Public Policy (22-22 Legislative Studies)

 

The Public Presidency (23-7 Presidency Research)

 

Regulatory Policy and Agency Behavior: Negotiation, Collaboration, Voluntary Compliance, or Capture? (24-3 Public Administration)

 

Regulatory Policy and Agency Behavior: Negotiation, Collaboration, Voluntary Compliance, or Capture? (25-3 Public Policy)

 

Cities on the Federal Policy Agenda: Comparative Perspectives (25-24 Public Policy)

 

Adversarial Legalism, Privatized Hearings, and Regulatory Law: Competing Claims to Justice (26-6 Law and Courts)

 

Government Lawyers' Impact on Policymaking, Agenda Setting, and Decisions (26-13 Law and Courts)

 

Environmental Policy in Federal Systems (28-7 Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations)

 

Cities on the Federal Policy Agenda: Comparative Perspectives (30-4 Urban Politics)

 

Women's Movement Dynamics: Strategic and Institutional Underpinnings (31-16 Women and Politics Research)

 

Partisanship by Gender, Race, and Class (31-21 Women and Politics Research)

 

Theme Panel: Immigrant Rights, Felons' Rights and the Politics of Inclusion (32-3 Race, Ethnicity, and Politics)

 

Religion and Human Rights (33-9 Religion and Politics)

 

Rights and Other Normative Values in Processes of Electoral Reform (34-9 Representation and Electoral Systems)

 

Women's Movement Dynamics: Strategic and Institutional Underpinnings (35-3 Political Organizations and Parties)

 

Lobbying and Public Policy (35-10 Political Organizations and Parties)

 

Partisanship by Gender, Race, and Class (36-14 Elections and Voting Behavior)

 

French Presidential Elections (36-25 Elections and Voting Behavior)

 

Political Constraint and Opinion Change (37-2 Public Opinion)

 

Cross Group Comparisons in Public Opinion (37-15 Public Opinion)

 

Political Communication Beyond the United States (38-5 Political Communication)

 

US Elections Web 1.0 Through Web 2.0 (38-15 Political Communication)

 

Comparative Environmental Politics (39-8 Science, Technology, and Environmental Politics)

 

US Elections Web 1.0 Through Web 2.0 (40-1 Information Technology and Politics)

 

Engaging Emancipatory Social Science and Social Theory: A Critical Roundtable on Erik Olin Wright's "Envisioning Real Utopias." (42-1 New Political Science)

 

Working to Expand and Protect Rights in Authoritarian Regimes: China, Russia, and Martial Law Taiwan (44-4 Comparative Democratization)

 

Institutions and Electoral Strategies in the Middle East (44-21 Comparative Democratization)

 

Revisiting David P. Forsythe's Contributions to Human Rights (45-9 Human Rights)

 

Innovative methods in qualitative and multi-method research (46-3 Qualitative and Multi-method Research)

 

Strategies of Case Selection (46-17 Qualitative and Multi-method Research)

 

States of Sexuality: Rights, Policies, and Movements in Contention (47-3 Sexuality and Politics)

 

Values, Public Opinion, and Health Care: Comparative Perspectives (48-9 Health Politics and Policy)

 

Environmental Policy in Federal Systems (49-1 Canadian Politics)

 

Causes and Consequences of Partisan Networks (50-7 Political Networks)

 

Meeting (Departmental Services Committee)

 

Meeting (Committee on Teaching and Learning)

 

South Sudan: A Lens for a New Paradigm of African Politics (Panel 2 African Politics Conference Group)

 

The Politics of Rights in the UK (Panel 3 British Politics Group)

 

The Philosophical Foundations of Liberalism (Panel 12 Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship and Political Philosophy)

 

The Predictioneer's Game and Beyond: An Assessment of Bruce Bueno de Mesquita's Forecasting Model (Panel 2 Political Forecasting Group)

 

French Presidential Elections (Panel 2 French Politics Group)

 

Dynamics in Cross-Strait Relations: Taiwan, China, and the Asia-Pacific Stability (Panel 2 Global Forum of Chinese Political Scientists)

 

Race, Gender, and Sexuality in Institutional Development (Panel 1 Institute for Constitutional Studies)

 

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

 

Redistricting Roundtable: Law and Politics in the New Decade (Panel 1 Law and Political Process Study Group)

 

Nomos: Federalism and Subsidiarity: The City and Subsidiarity (Panel 3 American Society for Political & Legal Philosophy)

 

The Politics of Rights in the UK (Panel 1 Political Studies Association)

 

New Directions in the Study of Taiwan Politics (Panel 1 Conference Group on Taiwan Studies)

 

Religious Experience and Politics: Eric Voegelin and Beyond (Panel 2 Eric Voegelin Society)

 

Board Meeting (American National Election Studies)

 

Saturday, Sep 3, 9:00 AM

Editorial Meeting (Policy Studies Organization)

 

Editorial Board Breakfast (Polity)

 

Saturday, Sep 3, 10:00 AM

Public Meeting (American National Election Studies)

 

Saturday, Sep 3, 10:15 AM

Is Mass Incarceration the New Jim Crow? (T-1 Theme)

 

Rights Based Approaches to Development: Have They Made A Difference? (T-16 Theme)

 

Stuart Scheingold and the Politics of Rights (T-23 Theme)

 

The Politics of LGTB Rights in Latin America (T-34 Theme)

 

Remembering Racial Violence, Recovering Democratic Politics (1-12 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 

Revolutionary Subjects (1-21 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 

Universalism's Exclusions (1-26 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 

Politicising the Right to Political Community (1-37 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 

Universalism's Exclusions (2-8 Foundations of Political Theory)

 

Author Meets Critics: Rainer Forst (2-30 Foundations of Political Theory)

 

The Unknown of Judgment (2-36 Foundations of Political Theory)

 

Foundations of Human Rights (II) (2-49 Foundations of Political Theory)

 

Author Meets Critics: Rainer Forst (3-5 Normative Political Theory)

 

Politicising the Right to Political Community (3-16 Normative Political Theory)

 

Deliberative Democracy Beyond the West (3-30 Normative Political Theory)

 

Bureaucracy, Law, and the Rule of Law (4-7 Formal Political Theory)

 

The Effects of Media Exposure on Emotion, Cognition and Physiology (5-10 Political Psychology)

 

Empirical Approaches to Corruption (6-8 Political Economy)

 

Economic Effects of Ethnicity (6-18 Political Economy)

 

Remembering Racial Violence, Recovering Democratic Politics (7-1 Politics and History)

 

Race Relations and the US Presidency: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives (7-15 Politics and History)

 

Measurement (8-7 Political Methodology)

 

Quantitative Methods and the Study of Conflict Processes (8-13 Political Methodology)

 

Assessing Effective Teaching and Learning Strategies through Experimental Design (9-4 Teaching and Learning)

 

Assessing Effective Teaching and Learning Strategies through Experimental Design (10-4 Political Science Education)

 

Democracy and Political Violence in Contemporary India (11-26 Comparative Politics)

 

Political Attitudes and Institutions in the Muslim World (11-49 Comparative Politics)

 

Sovereignty in the Balance: How States Maintain Stability in the Face of Internal Divisions and Partisan Interventions. (11-59 Comparative Politics)

 

Sub-national Democracy, Authoritarianism, and Hybrid Regimes: Theoretical Approaches and Cross-regional Evidence. (11-71 Comparative Politics)

 

Democracy and Political Violence in Contemporary India (12-8 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 

Leader and Military Relations in Non-Democracies (12-23 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 

The Design and Effects of Preferential Trade Agreements (12-28 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 

Theme Panel: Rights-Based Approaches to Development: Have They Made A Difference? (12-29 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 

Legal Responses to Extremist Political Actors in Liberal Democracies (14-5 Advanced Industrial Societies)

 

The Political Economy of New European Democracies (15-9 European Politics and Society)

 

The Design and Effects of Preferential Trade Agreements (16-3 International Political Economy)

 

Networks in International Political Economy (16-26 International Political Economy)

 

Theme Panel: Rights Based Approaches to Development: Have They Made A Difference? (17-6 International Collaboration)

 

Sovereignty in the Balance: How States Maintain Stability in the Face of Internal Divisions and Partisan Interventions (18-1 International Security)

 

Climate Security 2.0 - New Directions for Scholarship (18-17 International Security)

 

What Went Before: Adding Historical Context to Studies of Peace and Conflict in IR (18-38 International Security)

 

Rising Powers and the Emerging International Order: Ambitions and Capabilities for Shaping Global Governance (19-7 International Security and Arms Control)

 

Rising Powers and the Emerging International Order: Ambitions and Capabilities for Shaping Global Governance (20-3 Foreign Policy)

 

What Went Before: Adding Historical Context to Studies of Peace and Conflict in IR (21-11 Conflict Processes)

 

International Law, IGOs, and Conflict (21-20 Conflict Processes)

 

Quantitative Methods and the Study of Conflict Processes (21-29 Conflict Processes)

 

Interactions between the Legislature and the Executive in Comparative Perspective (22-3 Legislative Studies)

 

Voting and Participation in Legislatures (22-17 Legislative Studies)

 

Interactions between the Legislature and the Executive in Comparative Perspective (23-2 Presidency Research)

 

The Politics of Federal Budget Process Reform (24-10 Public Administration)

 

New Developments in Public Policy Theories (25-7 Public Policy)

 

Policy Games, Collaboration Networks and the Politics of Conflict in Water Management. (25-26 Public Policy)

 

Theme Panel: Stuart Scheingold and the Politics of Rights (26-4 Law and Courts)

 

Rights on the Right (26-17 Law and Courts)

 

The Dynamics of Judicial Elections (26-20 Law and Courts)

 

Rights on the Right (27-9 Constitutional Law and Jurisprudence)

 

The Dynamics of Judicial Elections (29-7 State Politics and Policy)

 

Structuring Women's Inclusion: Political Parties and Electoral Systems (31-7 Women and Politics Research)

 

Gender Stereotypes and Voting Behavior (31-22 Women and Politics Research)

 

The Obama Effect on Racial Attitudes, Racial Prejudice and Racial Pessimism (32-10 Race, Ethnicity, and Politics)

 

Religion and IR: Methodological Challenges (33-13 Religion and Politics)

 

Structuring Women's Inclusion: Political Parties and Electoral Systems (34-3 Representation and Electoral Systems)

 

Party Distancing and Party Polarization in America (35-8 Political Organizations and Parties)

 

Party Distancing and Party Polarization in America (36-7 Elections and Voting Behavior)

 

Gender Stereotypes and Voting Behavior (36-16 Elections and Voting Behavior)

 

Foundations of Economic Perceptions and Economic Voting (36-19 Elections and Voting Behavior)

 

New Research on Gender and Public Opinion (37-9 Public Opinion)

 

The Effects of Media Exposure on Emotion, Cognition and Physiology (38-2 Political Communication)

 

The Flow of Political Information in the Digital Age: What’s Better and What’s Worse? (38-12 Political Communication)

 

Policy Games, Collaboration Networks and the Politics of Conflict in Water Management (39-5 Science, Technology, and Environmental Politics)

 

Are We Really Bowling Alone? Mobilization, Civic Engagement and the Internet (40-6 Information Technology and Politics)

 

Religion and IR: Methodological Challenges (43-9 International History and Politics)

 

Sub-national Democracy, Authoritarianism, and Hybrid Regimes: Theoretical Approaches and Cross-regional Evidence. (44-6 Comparative Democratization)

 

Protecting Social and Economic Rights in an Age of Plenty and Scarcity (45-12 Human Rights)

 

Qualitative International Relations Research (46-9 Qualitative and Multi-method Research)

 

Theme Panel: The Politics of LGTB Rights in Latin America (47-7 Sexuality and Politics)

 

Networks in International Political Economy (50-2 Political Networks)

 

The Status of Blacks in the Profession (Panel 1 Committee on the Status of Blacks in the Profession)

 

American Exceptionalism (Panel 1 American Political Thought)

 

Foreign Policy in Latin America: Between Public Policy and Foreign Policy Analysis (Panel 2 Brazilian Political Science Association)

 

Debates about immigration and race in the UK (Panel 4 British Politics Group)

 

Prospects for the 2012 Presidential Election (Panel 4 Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship and Political Philosophy)

 

Rights and Responsibility of a Rising China (Panel 3 Global Forum of Chinese Political Scientists)

 

Theme Panel: The Politics of LGTB Rights in Latin America (Panel 2 Latin American Studies Association)

 

The Politics of Federal Budget Process Reform (Panel 4 Practicing Politics Working Group)

 

Voegelin and Personalism (Panel 9 Eric Voegelin Society)

 

Saturday, Sep 3, 11:15 AM

Meet the Council and Council Nominees (APSA Events)

 

Saturday, Sep 3, 12:15 PM

Business Meeting (Presidency Research)

 

APSA General Membership Meeting (APSA Events)

 

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

 

Working Group on Poverty and Public Policy Session 2

 

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

 

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

 

Working Group on Comparative Political Theory: The World of Rights Session 2

 

Working Group on Working Group on Migration and Citizenship Session 2

 

Working Group on Working Group on Implicit Attitudes in Political Science Research Session 2

 

Working Group on Understanding Terrorist Change: Exploring the Dynamics of Terrorist Innovation, Adaptation, and Improvisation Session 2

 

Working Group on Confederational American Political Thought Session 2

 

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

 

Working Group on Poverty and Public Policy Session 2

 

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

 

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

 

Working Group on Comparative Political Theory: The World of Rights Session 2

 

Working Group on Working Group on Migration and Citizenship Session 2

 

Working Group on Working Group on Implicit Attitudes in Political Science Research Session 2

 

Working Group on Understanding Terrorist Change: Exploring the Dynamics of Terrorist Innovation, Adaptation, and Improvisation Session 2

 

Working Group on Confederational American Political Thought Session 2

 

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

 

Working Group on Poverty and Public Policy Session 2

 

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

 

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

 

Working Group on Comparative Political Theory: The World of Rights Session 2

 

Working Group on Working Group on Migration and Citizenship Session 2

 

Working Group on Working Group on Implicit Attitudes in Political Science Research Session 2

 

Working Group on Understanding Terrorist Change: Exploring the Dynamics of Terrorist Innovation, Adaptation, and Improvisation Session 2

 

Working Group on Confederational American Political Thought Session 2

 

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

 

Working Group on Poverty and Public Policy Session 2

 

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

 

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

 

Working Group on Comparative Political Theory: The World of Rights Session 2

 

Working Group on Working Group on Migration and Citizenship Session 2

 

Working Group on Working Group on Implicit Attitudes in Political Science Research Session 2

 

Working Group on Understanding Terrorist Change: Exploring the Dynamics of Terrorist Innovation, Adaptation, and Improvisation Session 2

 

Working Group on Confederational American Political Thought Session 2

 

Business Meeting (Committee for Analysis of Military Operations and Strategy)

 

Business Meeting (Political Forecasting Group)

 

Business Meeting (American Society for Political & Legal Philosophy)

 

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

 

RWJF New Connections (RWJF Scholars in Health Policy Research Program)

 

Saturday, Sep 3, 12:30 PM

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

 

Working Group on Poverty and Public Policy Session 2

 

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

 

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

 

Working Group on Comparative Political Theory: The World of Rights Session 2

 

Working Group on Working Group on Migration and Citizenship Session 2

 

Working Group on Working Group on Implicit Attitudes in Political Science Research Session 2

 

Working Group on Understanding Terrorist Change: Exploring the Dynamics of Terrorist Innovation, Adaptation, and Improvisation Session 2

 

Working Group on Confederational American Political Thought Session 2

 

Saturday, Sep 3, 1:30 PM

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

 

Saturday, Sep 3, 2:00 PM

Rights, Diversity, and Disability (T-10 Theme)

 

Just Supply Chains (T-11 Theme)

 

Negotiating Property and Consumer Rights in Multi-level Systems: Perspectives from East Asia, Latin America, and Europe (T-15 Theme)

 

International Legalization and the Rights Revolution (T-19 Theme)

 

Indigenous Peoples and the Discourse of Rights (T-36 Theme)

 

Rethinking the British Empire (1-6 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 

Visualizing Politics: Rendering Rights, Mobilizing Publics, Imaging Pain (1-17 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 

Public Universities in Crisis and the Vocation of Political Theory (1-30 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 

Socrates on Justice, Eros, and the Gods (1-39 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 

Public Universities in Crisis and the Vocation of Political Theory (2-12 Foundations of Political Theory)

 

"There Is No Alternative": Rights and Resistance in Neoliberal Time (2-21 Foundations of Political Theory)

 

Critical Theory, Feminism and the Challenge to Rights (2-38 Foundations of Political Theory)

 

The Philosopher Role: Casting Political Theory in our Film Dreamscapes (2-56 Foundations of Political Theory)

 

"There Is No Alternative": Rights and Resistance in Neoliberal Time (3-3 Normative Political Theory)

 

Political Obligation and Legitimacy (3-20 Normative Political Theory)

 

Theme Panel: Rights, Diversity, and Disability (3-36 Normative Political Theory)

 

Nomos: Federalism and Subsidiarity: The Constitution and federalism (3-40 Normative Political Theory)

 

New Directions in the Bargaining Theory of War (4-11 Formal Political Theory)

 

It's Not What You Hear, But What You See That Matters (5-5 Political Psychology)

 

Race, Immigration and Public Opinion (5-18 Political Psychology)

 

Clientelism and Citizen Access to Public Services (6-13 Political Economy)

 

Theme Panel: Just Supply Chains (6-26 Political Economy)

 

Political Behavior and Historical Institutionalism (7-2 Politics and History)

 

Parties and Political Development (7-19 Politics and History)

 

Methodological Innovations in the Study of Networks (8-15 Political Methodology)

 

Political Scientists Role in Civic Education: Researcher, Teacher, or Advocate? (9-5 Teaching and Learning)

 

Political Scientists Role in Civic Education: Researcher, Teacher, or Advocate? (10-5 Political Science Education)

 

A Closer Look at Colonialism: The Legacies of Different Colonial Institutions in Africa (11-5 Comparative Politics)

 

Islamic Politics (11-16 Comparative Politics)

 

Consumers, Producers and the Politics of Food Regulation (11-35 Comparative Politics)

 

Theme Panel: Negotiating Property and Consumer Rights in Multi-level Systems: Perspectives from East Asia, Latin America, and Europe (11-48 Comparative Politics)

 

The Redistributional Struggle in post-Neoliberal Latin America (11-62 Comparative Politics)

 

Women in Executive Power Around the World (11-69 Comparative Politics)

 

Clientelism and Citizen Access to Public Services (12-1 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 

A Closer Look at Colonialism: The Legacies of Different Colonial Institutions in Africa (12-4 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 

Islamic Politics (12-7 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 

China's New Welfare Politics (13-11 The Politics of Communist and Former Communist Countries)

 

Immigration and Diversity in Comparative Perspective (14-12 Advanced Industrial Societies)

 

The Evolution of EU Institutions (14-14 Advanced Industrial Societies)

 

The Evolution of EU Institutions (15-8 European Politics and Society)

 

French Legislative Politics in Comparative Perspective (15-20 European Politics and Society)

 

Theme Panel: Just Supply Chains (16-8 International Political Economy)

 

New Research on Public Opinion and Trade (16-18 International Political Economy)

 

The Political Economy of Resources and Commodities (16-25 International Political Economy)

 

Informal International Institutions (17-4 International Collaboration)

 

Theme Panel: International Legalization and the Rights Revolution (17-22 International Collaboration)

 

Self-determination and international (in)security (18-13 International Security)

 

New Directions in the Bargaining Theory of War (18-24 International Security)

 

Political Scientists Doing Foreign Policy: A Roundtable on the Experiences of Scholars As Policy-Makers (18-32 International Security)

 

Beginning, Middle and End: The Many Puzzles of Military Interventions and Occupations (18-36 International Security)

 

The "Transnational" Dimensions of Transnational Terrorism (18-39 International Security)

 

Leaders and Parties in Foreign Policy (20-13 Foreign Policy)

 

Political Scientists Doing Foreign Policy: A Roundtable on the Experiences of Scholars As Policy-Makers (20-22 Foreign Policy)

 

Beginning, Middle and End: The Many Puzzles of Military Interventions and Occupations (21-9 Conflict Processes)

 

The "Transnational" Dimensions of Transnational Terrorism (21-12 Conflict Processes)

 

Legislators and Constituents (22-10 Legislative Studies)

 

Roundtable Honoring the Scholarship and Mentorship of Charles Walcott (23-9 Presidency Research)

 

Operation Innovation or More of the Same Old? The State of E-Government Around the World (24-9 Public Administration)

 

Federalism and Education Reform (25-13 Public Policy)

 

China's New Welfare Politics (25-17 Public Policy)

 

Inter-Branch Relations and the Separation of Powers (26-7 Law and Courts)

 

Theme Panel: International Legalization and the Rights Revolution (26-12 Law and Courts)

 

Inter-Branch Relations and the Separation of Powers (27-3 Constitutional Law and Jurisprudence)

 

Federalism and Education Reform (28-2 Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations)

 

Institutions, Public Opinion, and Fiscal Policy (29-10 State Politics and Policy)

 

Green Cities: Influences on Local Environmental Policy (30-5 Urban Politics)

 

Gender Effects in Campaigns, Elections and in Power (31-5 Women and Politics Research)

 

Women in Executive Power Around the World (31-20 Women and Politics Research)

 

Multiracial Components of Political Socialization and Engagement (32-12 Race, Ethnicity, and Politics)

 

Candidates and Turnout in Majority-Minority Districts (32-16 Race, Ethnicity, and Politics)

 

Religious Identity and Politics (33-4 Religion and Politics)

 

Is Size Everything? District Size, Party Size, and Electoral System Effects (34-4 Representation and Electoral Systems)

 

Dynamics of Campaign Fundraising (35-4 Political Organizations and Parties)

 

The Functions of Political Parties in New Democracies (35-17 Political Organizations and Parties)

 

Political Behavior and Historical Institutionalism (36-3 Elections and Voting Behavior)

 

Gender Effects in Campaigns, Elections and in Power (36-6 Elections and Voting Behavior)

 

The Strategic Use of Issues in Elections (36-28 Elections and Voting Behavior)

 

Race, Immigration and Public Opinion (37-6 Public Opinion)

 

Comparative Politics and Public Opinion (37-19 Public Opinion)

 

Political Advertising (38-3 Political Communication)

 

Green Cities: Influences on Local Environmental Policy (39-4 Science, Technology, and Environmental Politics)

 

Operation Innovation or More of the Same Old? The State of E-Government Around the World (40-7 Information Technology and Politics)

 

The Philosopher Role: Casting Political Theory in our Film Dreamscapes (41-2 Politics, Literature, and Film)

 

The Struggle for Rights at Home and Abroad (42-5 New Political Science)

 

The Global Politics of State-Making and Great Powers (43-11 International History and Politics)

 

The Functions of Political Parties in New Democracies (44-14 Comparative Democratization)

 

Democracy and Authoritarianism in Muslim Societies (44-17 Comparative Democratization)

 

Women's Rights in Perspective: Legal, Political, and Cultural Evidence (45-11 Human Rights)

 

Qualitative Approches to Public Policy Research (46-10 Qualitative and Multi-method Research)

 

Electoral Politics in Canada (49-2 Canadian Politics)

 

Methodological Innovations in the Study of Networks (50-9 Political Networks)

 

Ralph Bunche Summer Institute (RBSI) and Minority Fellows (MFP) Coffee Hour (APSA Events)

 

French Legislative Politics in Comparative Perspective (Panel 1 Association Française de Science Politique Group)

 

Dynamics of Campaign Fundraising (Panel 1 Campaign Finance Research Group)

 

The Politics of Memory and Reconciliation (Panel 1 Christians in Political Science)

 

Does a Return to the Constitution Mean a Return to Libertarianism? (Panel 11 Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship and Political Philosophy)

 

Presidential Election Forecasting (Panel 3 Political Forecasting Group)

 

Socrates on Justice, Eros, and the Gods (Panel 3 Society for Greek Political Thought)

 

Developments in Iberian Politics (Panel 1 Iberian Studies Group)

 

The Unimagined Party and Politician Responses to Japan’s Electoral Reforms (Panel 1 Japan Political Studies Group)

 

Xenophon and the Constitution of the Good Society (Panel 1 Committee on the Political Economy of the Good Society)

 

Nomos: Federalism and Subsidiarity: The Constitution and Federalism (Panel 2 American Society for Political & Legal Philosophy)

 

TWENTY YEARS AFTER THE BREAKUP OF YUGOSLAVIA: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE (Panel 1 Slovenian Political Science Association)

 

A Republic if You can Keep it: Constitutionalism in Crisis? (Panel 11 Eric Voegelin Society)

 

Saturday, Sep 3, 4:00 PM

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

 

Saturday, Sep 3, 4:15 PM

Perspectives on Politics Borders, Immigration, and the Study of US Politics (T-3 Theme)

 

Beyond the Right to Free Speech: Jewish Alternatives to Zionism (Film) (T-4 Theme)

 

The Political Origins of Human Rights: On Samuel Moyn's "The Last Utopia" (T-6 Theme)

 

Menaces and Misfits (1-14 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 

Theme Panel: The Political Origins of Human Rights: On Samuel Moyn's "The Last Utopia" (1-25 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 

Author Meets Critics: Jeffrey Stout's "Blessed Are the Organized: Grassroots Democracy in America" (1-29 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 

Author Meets Critics: Jeffrey Stout's "Blessed Are the Organized: Grassroots Democracy in America" (2-11 Foundations of Political Theory)

 

Disability in Political Theory: Rights for “Another Other” (2-24 Foundations of Political Theory)

 

Senses of Rights (2-26 Foundations of Political Theory)

 

American Human Rights (2-47 Foundations of Political Theory)

 

Food for Thought: Eating, Consumption, and the Political Imaginary (2-58 Foundations of Political Theory)

 

Realism and Rights (3-18 Normative Political Theory)

 

Models of Domestic Insurgency (4-8 Formal Political Theory)

 

Motivating Participation: Guilt, Hope, Disgust, Anxiety and Greed (5-13 Political Psychology)

 

The Politics of Expropriation (6-7 Political Economy)

 

The Politics of the Tea Party Movement (7-7 Politics and History)

 

Methodological Issues in Randomized Experiments (8-16 Political Methodology)

 

25 Years After (11-2 Comparative Politics)

 

New Approaches in Coalition Research (11-15 Comparative Politics)

 

Market Regulation, Lobbying, and Interest Groups (11-40 Comparative Politics)

 

Elite Competition and Democracy (11-44 Comparative Politics)

 

Book Session: Erik Bleich’s “The Freedom to Be Racist? How the United States and Europe Struggle to Preserve Freedom and Combat Racism” (11-51 Comparative Politics)

 

Politics and Policies Behind Improved Social Rights in Latin America (11-53 Comparative Politics)

 

Mobilization, violence, and displacement: examining individual and group behavior during civil wars (11-66 Comparative Politics)

 

Accountability of Legislators, A Comparative Perspective (11-68 Comparative Politics)

 

Local Politics Across Developing Societies (12-21 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 

Governance and Security in Africa (12-31 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 

The Impact of Counter-Hegemonic Powers on Democratization after the Cold War (12-40 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 

History, Conflict and Democracy: Historical Approaches to Contentious Politics (12-42 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 

Electoral Politics in Postcommunist Systems (13-3 The Politics of Communist and Former Communist Countries)

 

Book Session: Erik Bleich’s “The Freedom to Be Racist? How the United States and Europe Struggle to Preserve Freedom and Combat Racism” (14-3 Advanced Industrial Societies)

 

The European Right (15-11 European Politics and Society)

 

European Perspectives on Public Opinion (15-19 European Politics and Society)

 

The Politics of Labor Rights (16-9 International Political Economy)

 

Sovereign Debt, Sovereign Lending and Sovereign Wealth Funds (16-21 International Political Economy)

 

Trade, Outsourcing and Investment, Now and Then (16-30 International Political Economy)

 

Varieties of Multilateralism (17-10 International Collaboration)

 

Sources of Power and Security (18-6 International Security)

 

The Times They Are A-Changin’: The International and Domestic Consequences of Great Power Shifts (18-20 International Security)

 

Governance and Security in Africa (18-23 International Security)

 

Terrorism & Counter-Terrorism (20-9 Foreign Policy)

 

Psychological and Political Sources of Domestic-Foreign Policy Opinion (20-21 Foreign Policy)

 

Models of Domestic Insurgency (21-1 Conflict Processes)

 

The Repertoire of Tactics in Conflict (21-13 Conflict Processes)

 

The Politics of Terrorist and Militant Groups (21-25 Conflict Processes)

 

Networks and International Conflict (21-31 Conflict Processes)

 

New Approaches in Coalition Research (22-2 Legislative Studies)

 

Accountability of Legislators, A Comparative Perspective (22-12 Legislative Studies)

 

Crucial Issues of Presidents and Civil War: Historical and Theoretical (23-10 Presidency Research)

 

The Politics of Bureaucratic Leadership, Expertise, and Executive Control (23-15 Presidency Research)

 

The Politics of Bureaucratic Leadership, Expertise, and Executive Control (24-4 Public Administration)

 

What Makes a Person or People Carceral (25-18 Public Policy)

 

The State of the Discipline: Law, Courts and Political Science (26-19 Law and Courts)

 

The State of the Discipline: Law, Courts and Political Science (27-11 Constitutional Law and Jurisprudence)

 

Fiscal Federalism: Federal Assistance to U.S. States (28-4 Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations)

 

Ideology, Representation, and Inequality (29-2 State Politics and Policy)

 

States & Cities: State-Level Influences on Urban Politics & Policy (30-11 Urban Politics)

 

Women's Rights, Empowerment, and Global Justice (31-11 Women and Politics Research)

 

Between Regulation and Rights: Sexuality, Gender, and the Politics of Normal (31-25 Women and Politics Research)

 

Analyzing Descriptive and Substantive Representation Across Institutions in America and Abroad (32-11 Race, Ethnicity, and Politics)

 

Race, Religion, and Politics (32-14 Race, Ethnicity, and Politics)

 

Race, Religion, and Politics (33-2 Religion and Politics)

 

Ideology, Representation, and Inequality (34-1 Representation and Electoral Systems)

 

Party and Interest Group Responses to Campaign Finance Reform (35-5 Political Organizations and Parties)

 

Why People Contribute to Political Campaigns and Why Their Contributions Matter (35-13 Political Organizations and Parties)

 

Motivating Participation: Guilt, Hope, Disgust, Anxiety and Greed (36-1 Elections and Voting Behavior)

 

Why People Contribute to Political Campaigns and Why Their Contributions Matter (36-9 Elections and Voting Behavior)

 

Electoral Choice and Competition: Effects on Turnout and Implications for Attitudes (36-22 Elections and Voting Behavior)

 

The Politics of the Tea Party Movement (37-7 Public Opinion)

 

European Perspectives on Public Opinion (37-23 Public Opinion)

 

Journalist and News Media Influence (38-14 Political Communication)

 

The Politics of Innovation (39-10 Science, Technology, and Environmental Politics)

 

Poetry, Philosophy, and Politics in Greek and Renaissance Tragedy (41-4 Politics, Literature, and Film)

 

Food for Thought: Eating, Consumption, and the Political Imaginary (42-7 New Political Science)

 

The Times They Are A-Changin’: The International and Domestic Consequences of Great Power Shifts (43-4 International History and Politics)

 

25 Years After (44-1 Comparative Democratization)

 

The Impact of Counter-Hegemonic Powers on Democratization after the Cold War (44-15 Comparative Democratization)

 

Women's Rights, Empowerment, and Global Justice (45-7 Human Rights)

 

History, Conflict and Democracy: Historical Approaches to Contentious Politics (46-18 Qualitative and Multi-method Research)

 

Between Regulation and Rights: Sexuality, Gender, and the Politics of Normal (47-2 Sexuality and Politics)

 

Networks and International Conflict (50-6 Political Networks)

 

Methodological Issues in Randomized Experiments (51-6 Experimental Research)

 

A Glass Half Full: Finding a Job Amid Uncertainty (Panel 1 Departmental Services Committee)

 

Taking Teaching Seriously: Helping or Hindering Your Career? (Panel 1 Committee on Teaching and Learning)

 

Party and Interest Group Responses to Campaign Finance Reform (Panel 2 Campaign Finance Research Group)

 

The Reagan Legacy for Today's Politics on the 100th Anniversary of His Birth (Panel 8 Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship and Political Philosophy)

 

Obama Administration: Shaping Intergovernmental Relations in the Obama years (Panel 2 Center for the Study of Federalism)

 

Poetry, Philosophy, and Politics in Greek and Renaissance Tragedy (Panel 2 Society for Greek Political Thought)

 

The Politics of Labor Rights (Panel 1 Labor Project)

 

Statesmanship and Democracy (Panel 1 McConnell Center for Political Leadership)

 

Fiscal Federalism: Federal Assistance to U.S. States (Panel 1 Publius: The Journal of Federalism)

 

Order and Disorder in International Politics: From Pacem in Terris to the Regensburg Address (Panel 5 Eric Voegelin Society)

 

Saturday, Sep 3, 6:00 PM

Plenary Roundtable: Women's Rights Around the Globe (APSA Events)

 

Business Meeting (Eric Voegelin Society)

 

Saturday, Sep 3, 6:15 PM

Business Meeting (Comparative Politics)

 

Business Meeting (Comparative Democratization)

 

Business Meeting (Health Politics and Policy)

 

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 3

 

Working Group on Poverty and Public Policy Session 3

 

Working Group on Committee on the Status of Women in the Profession Session 3

 

Working Group on Practicing Politics: Political Scientists in Government, Policy Centers, and other Policy-Related Organizations Session 3

 

Working Group on Comparative Political Theory: The World of Rights Session 3

 

Working Group on Working Group on Migration and Citizenship Session 3

 

Working Group on Working Group on Implicit Attitudes in Political Science Research Session 3

 

Working Group on Understanding Terrorist Change: Exploring the Dynamics of Terrorist Innovation, Adaptation, and Improvisation Session 3

 

Working Group on Confederational American Political Thought Session 3

 

Business Meeting (Christians in Political Science)

 

Business Meeting (International Organization)

 

Saturday, Sep 3, 7:00 PM

Reception (Eric Voegelin Society)

 

Saturday, Sep 3, 7:30 PM

Reception (Comparative Politics)

 

Reception (Race, Ethnicity, and Politics)

 

Reception (Comparative Democratization)

 

Reception (Health Politics and Policy)

 

Reception (Committee on the Status of Blacks in the Profession)

 

Reception (Christians in Political Science)

 

Reception (American Society for Political & Legal Philosophy)

 

Reception (Intercollegiate Studies Institute)

 

Reception (University of Rochester Political Science Department)

 

Saturday, Sep 3, 8:30 PM

New Political Science Plenary Session: "Beating Back the Corporate Assault" delivered by Frances Fox Piven, Distinguished Professor at the City University of New York (New Political Science)

 

Saturday, Sep 3, 10:00 PM

Reception (New Political Science)

 
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