2011 Annual Meeting Program

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Sunday, Sep 4

8:00 AM | 10:00 AM | 10:15 AM |

Sunday, Sep 4, 8:00 AM

The Origin of the Modern Notion of Rights (T-7 Theme)

 

Machiavelli and Violence (1-5 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 

Theme Panel: The Origin of the Modern Notion of Rights (1-27 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 

Theme Panel: The Origin of the Modern Notion of Rights (2-9 Foundations of Political Theory)

 

The Validity of Human Rights: Conflict, Judgment and Political Contexts (2-25 Foundations of Political Theory)

 

Freedom to Move (2-50 Foundations of Political Theory)

 

The Validity of Human Rights: Conflict, Judgment and Political Contexts (3-4 Normative Political Theory)

 

Rights in Cross-Cultural Perspective (3-24 Normative Political Theory)

 

Nomos: Federalism and Subsidiarity: Against Dual Federalism (3-39 Normative Political Theory)

 

Electoral Systems and Collective Choice Rules (4-9 Formal Political Theory)

 

Political Donations: Who Gives a Buck? (5-11 Political Psychology)

 

Polarization, Tolerance, Compromise and Culture (5-17 Political Psychology)

 

Electoral Systems and Collective Choice Rules (6-3 Political Economy)

 

The Politics of Tax Regime Change: Eastern Europe and Latin America in Comparative Perspective (6-19 Political Economy)

 

The Civil Rights State (7-11 Politics and History)

 

International Relations (8-10 Political Methodology)

 

What Should They Know? Preparing Students, from Freshman Year through Graduate School (9-6 Teaching and Learning)

 

What Should They Know? Preparing Students, from Freshman Year through Graduate School (10-6 Political Science Education)

 

The Politics of Tax Regime Change: Eastern Europe and Latin America in Comparative Perspective (11-1 Comparative Politics)

 

The Impact of Transparency on Government Performance: Comparative Evidence from Field Experiments (11-18 Comparative Politics)

 

Politics under Authoritarian Regimes (11-38 Comparative Politics)

 

Gender, Political Attitudes, and Leadership (11-64 Comparative Politics)

 

Conflict, Civil War and Violence (12-17 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 

Comparative Analysis of Public Goods Provision in Developing Countries (12-36 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 

The Political Economy of Transitional Systems (13-6 The Politics of Communist and Former Communist Countries)

 

Political Party Positions (14-9 Advanced Industrial Societies)

 

Political Party Positions (15-3 European Politics and Society)

 

International Organization: Unexpected Roles of Non-State Actors (16-14 International Political Economy)

 

Do International Institutions Advance Human Rights? New Empirical Linkages (17-2 International Collaboration)

 

Private Actors, Public Governance, and 21st Century International Institutions (17-17 International Collaboration)

 

Human Rights in Violent Conflict (18-12 International Security)

 

International Hierarchy and Domestic Politics (18-16 International Security)

 

The Politics of Foreign Aid (20-12 Foreign Policy)

 

Electoral mandates, institutional design and representation (22-14 Legislative Studies)

 

Reconsidering Presidential Power in Time (23-14 Presidency Research)

 

Immigration Politics in States and Cities (25-6 Public Policy)

 

The States and the Affordable Care Act of 2010 (29-8 State Politics and Policy)

 

Immigration Politics in States and Cities (30-2 Urban Politics)

 

Gender, Political Attitudes, and Leadership (31-2 Women and Politics Research)

 

Politicians of Color and the Complexities of Representation (32-9 Race, Ethnicity, and Politics)

 

Rights and Religion (33-7 Religion and Politics)

 

Understanding the 2010 Congressional Elections (36-13 Elections and Voting Behavior)

 

Polarization, Tolerance, Compromise and Culture (37-5 Public Opinion)

 

Voter Sophistication and Political Knowledge (37-17 Public Opinion)

 

Determinants and Character of Media Coverage (38-6 Political Communication)

 

Isn't Anything Private Anymore? (40-2 Information Technology and Politics)

 

Narratives of Collective Resentments and Durable Tensions in International Relations (43-8 International History and Politics)

 

Comparative Analysis of Public Goods Provision in Developing Countries (44-9 Comparative Democratization)

 

Micro and Institutional Foundations of Clientelism (44-20 Comparative Democratization)

 

Do International Institutions Advance Human Rights? New Empirical Linkages (45-2 Human Rights)

 

Cross-cultural and multi-method investigation of processes of democratization (46-8 Qualitative and Multi-method Research)

 

The States and the Affordable Care Act of 2010 (48-4 Health Politics and Policy)

 

The Impact of Transparency on Government Performance: Comparative Evidence from Field Experiments (51-3 Experimental Research)

 

Executive Power and the Politics of Rights (Panel 2 American Political Thought)

 

Federalism and Rights (Panel 3 Center for the Study of Federalism)

 

Politics of Rights in the Middle East (Panel 1 Association for Israel Studies)

 

Nomos: Federalism and Subsidiarity: Against Dual Federalism (Panel 1 American Society for Political & Legal Philosophy)

 

Sunday, Sep 4, 10:00 AM

Reception of Thucydides Research Group (Thucydides Research Group)

 

Sunday, Sep 4, 10:15 AM

Movements and Massacres: New Directions in the Study of Human Rights and Civil War Violence (T-20 Theme)

 

Genre in/as Political Theory (1-11 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 

New Perspectives on Leo Strauss (1-33 Political Thought and Philosophy)

 

Genre in/as Political Theory (2-4 Foundations of Political Theory)

 

Democratic Moods (2-19 Foundations of Political Theory)

 

New Perspectives on Leo Strauss (2-34 Foundations of Political Theory)

 

Sentimental Journey: Emotions and Experience in Political Thought (2-55 Foundations of Political Theory)

 

Sentimental Journey: Emotions and Experience in Political Thought (3-12 Normative Political Theory)

 

Skepticism, Liberalism, and the Politics of Rights (3-28 Normative Political Theory)

 

Sex, Gender, and the Tea Party (3-38 Normative Political Theory)

 

Us vs. Them: Causes and Consequences of Political Out-groups (5-2 Political Psychology)

 

Historical and Contemporary Determinants of Economic Development (6-15 Political Economy)

 

American Politics in Comparative-Historical Perspective (7-13 Politics and History)

 

Race and Gender in 19th (and Early 20th) Century Constitutional Development (7-23 Politics and History)

 

Four Interesting Papers (8-12 Political Methodology)

 

Comparing Leftist Insurgencies in Latin America: Ideology, Warfare, and Violence against Civilians (11-10 Comparative Politics)

 

Natural Resources, Cross-Cutting Cleavages and Territorial Integrity (11-33 Comparative Politics)

 

By Force if Necessary: Repression and Purges in Authoritarian Regimes (11-60 Comparative Politics)

 

By Force if Necessary: Repression and Purges in Authoritarian Regimes (12-11 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 

Post-Conflict Development (12-22 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 

(Re)Structuring Democracy (12-38 Comparative Politics of Developing Countries)

 

Authoritarianism in the Former Soviet Union: Causes and Consequences (13-10 The Politics of Communist and Former Communist Countries)

 

The Politics of Rights & the Security of States and Migrants in Europe (15-14 European Politics and Society)

 

Exchange Rates and Monetary Politics (16-16 International Political Economy)

 

Situating Talk: Discourse in World Politics (17-11 International Collaboration)

 

Preventive War, Commitment Problems, and History (18-5 International Security)

 

Networks of Development and Peacebuilding (18-30 International Security)

 

Nuclear Proliferation (20-10 Foreign Policy)

 

War and Public Opinion (20-19 Foreign Policy)

 

Theme Panel: Movements and Massacres: New Directions in the Study of Human Rights and Civil War Violence (21-17 Conflict Processes)

 

Insurgency and Tactics (21-27 Conflict Processes)

 

The Politics of the White House and Presidential Staff (23-5 Presidency Research)

 

Policy, Identity, and the Politics of Difference (25-12 Public Policy)

 

Race and Gender in 19th (and Early 20th) Century Constitutional Development (27-4 Constitutional Law and Jurisprudence)

 

Politics of Rights and Federalism: Ethnicity and Race (28-5 Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations)

 

Sex, Gender, and the Tea Party (31-9 Women and Politics Research)

 

Religion and Political Parties in Comparative Perspective (33-12 Religion and Politics)

 

Religion and Political Parties in Comparative Perspective (35-14 Political Organizations and Parties)

 

The Seamy Side of Democracy: Corruption, Scandal, and Illicit Funding in Elections (36-23 Elections and Voting Behavior)

 

Campaigns and Campaign Effects (36-27 Elections and Voting Behavior)

 

Muslim and Arab Public Opinion and the Role of Islam (37-8 Public Opinion)

 

Electoral Politics and Public Opinion (37-21 Public Opinion)

 

Just Do It!: Parties and Groups Ride the Web (40-5 Information Technology and Politics)

 

Preventive War, Commitment Problems, and History (43-1 International History and Politics)

 

(Re)Structuring Democracy (44-11 Comparative Democratization)

 

Theme Panel: Movements and Massacres: New Directions in the Study of Human Rights and Civil War Violence (45-3 Human Rights)

 

Investigating Conflict Processes (46-5 Qualitative and Multi-method Research)

 

The U.S. President, Congress, and the Conduct of Military Conflict in the 21st Century in the Light of New Forms Warfare (Panel 1 Walter Bagehot Research Council on National Sovereignty)

 

The Roman Knows (Panel 2 Ciceronian Society)

 

Policy, Identity, and the Politics of Difference (Panel 1 Critical Policy Studies)

 

The Roman Knows (Panel 4 Society for Greek Political Thought)

 

Assessing Intelligence Reform (Panel 1 Intelligence Studies Group)

 
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