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    D i v i  s i  o n P  a n  e l  s

    THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

    “T” indicates a Theme Panel

    See Page 63 for Meetings and Receptions Details

    Theme Panels Division   Layna Mosley, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Chair:   Alvin B. Tillery, Northwestern University

    21.1 30 YEARS AFTER PROTEST IS   Thu 2:00 pm NOT ENOUGH: NEITHER PROTEST NOR ELECTIONS ARE ENOUGH

    Room: Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 30: URBAN POLITICS Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND POLITICS

    90.1 AFTER OBAMA: LEGACIES OF   Sat 2:00 pm AMERICA'S FIRST MINORITY PRESIDENT

    Room: Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 23: PRESIDENTS AND EXECUTIVE POLITICS Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND POLITICS Co-sponsored by DIVISION 52: MIGRATION AND CITIZENSHIP

    21.2 BACKLASH AGAINST   Thu 2:00 pm DIVERSITY IN EUROPE

    Room: Nikko, Monterey I Co-sponsored by DIVISION 15: EUROPEAN POLITICS AND SOCIETY

    21.3 BEYOND (AND BACK TO)   Thu 2:00 pm FERGUSON: RACE AND POWER(LESSNESS) IN AMERICAN CITIES

    Room: Hilton, Continental Ballroom 4Co-sponsored by DIVISION 30: URBAN POLITICS

    90.2 BEYOND OUR BORDERS: DOES   Sat 2:00 pm POLITICAL SCIENCE HAVE AN IMPACT ON OTHER DISCIPLINES?

    Room: Parc 55, Cyril Magnin I Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY Co-sponsored by DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE METHODS Co-sponsored by DIVISION 8: POLITICAL METHODOLOGY

    63.1 BREAKING NEWS: BEYOND THE   Fri 4:30 pm CONFEDERATE FLAG: THE POLITICS OF RACE AND CIVIL RIGHTS AFTER THE CHARLESTON MASSACRE

    Room: Hilton, Imperial A

    94.1 BREAKING NEWS: TRADE   Sat 4:15 pm NEGOTIATIONS, FAST TRACK AND AMERICAN WORKERS: THE POLITICS OF TPP

    Room: Parc 55, Cyril Magnin II

    THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS 1

    58.1 DIVERSITY OF WOMEN'S   Fri 2:30 pm INTERESTS

    Room: Parc 55, Cyril Magnin I Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS

    84.1 DIVERSITY, THREATS, AND   Sat 10:15 am EXCLUSION: EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATIONS

    Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 2 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 51: EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH

    84.2 DYNAMICS AMONG NATIONS:   Sat 10:15 am EVOLUTION OF LEGITIMACY AND DEVELOPMENT IN MODERN STATES

    Room: Nikko, Ballroom I Co-sponsored by DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL

    POLITICAL ECONOMY 58.2 EMPOWERING WOMEN:   Fri 2:30 pm

    SPECIAL CHALLENGES GENDER POSES FOR INCLUSION AND DIVERSITY WITHIN THE PROFESSION

    Room: Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5

    49.1 ETHICS OF FIELD RESEARCH   Fri 11:30 am Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 2

    Co-sponsored by DIVISION 51: EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH Co-sponsored by DIVISION 8: POLITICAL METHODOLOGY

    15.1 FIFTY YEARS AFTER THE VRA:   Thu 10:15 am THE FUTURE OF VOTING AND REPRESENTATION IN THE US

    Room: Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND POLITICS Co-sponsored by DIVISION 52: MIGRATION AND CITIZENSHIP

    90.3 GLOBAL DIVERSITIES OF   Sat 2:00 pm RESPONSES TO GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE

    Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 2 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS

    43.1 GLOBAL GOVERNANCE AND   Fri 9:30 am THE UNITED NATIONS, 70

    YEARS AFTER THE SAN FRANCISCO CHARTER

    Room: Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5

    10.1 IS ANYBODY LISTENING?   Thu 8:00 am POLITICAL SCIENCE, THE NEW MEDIA AND POLITICS

    Room: Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 38: POLITICAL COMMUNICATION

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    10.2 MARGINALIZATION, INCLUSION   Thu 8:00 am AND THE FUTURE OF POLITICAL SCIENCE: A PANEL HONORING DAVID EASTON

    Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 2

    63.2 MARRIAGE EQUALITY IN THE   Fri 4:30 pm US: HOW DID WE GET HERE?

    Room: Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5

    Co-sponsored by DIVISION 47: SEXUALITY ANDPOLITICS

    10.3 NEW THEORIES AND EVIDENCE   Thu 8:00 am ON LABOR POLITICS

    Room: Nikko, Ballroom I Co-sponsored by DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY

    84.3 PLENARY ADDRESS: TAKING   Sat 10:15 am EMBEDDED LIBERALISM GLOBAL: LESSONS FROM BUSINESS AND HUMAN RIGHTS, FEATURING JOHN RUGGIE

    Room: Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5

    25.1 PLENARY ADDRESS: WHY   Thu 4:15 pm

    ECONOMICS IS TOOIMPORTANT TO BE LEFT TO ECONOMISTS, FEATURING ROBERT REICH

    Room: Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5

    15.2 RACE AND GENDER IN THE   Thu 10:15 am EARLY AMERICAN REPUBLIC

    Room: Hilton, Imperial B Co-sponsored by DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT AND PHILOSOPHY: HISTORICAL APPROACHES

    79.1 REALISM MEETS   Sat 8:00 am DELIBERATIVE DEMOCRACY: DIVERSITY IN POLITICAL THEORY

    Room: Parc 55, Cyril Magnin I Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL THEORY

    58.3 RESPONSIBILITY FOR RACIAL   Fri 2:30 pm JUSTICE

    Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 2 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL THEORY

    58.4 RETHINKING DEMOCRATIC   Fri 2:30 pm AGENCY: RACE, GENDER, SEXUALITY, AUTONOMY

    Room: Nikko, Carmel I Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL THEORY

    25.2 RETHINKING RELIGION,   Thu 4:15 pm DEMOCRACY, AND DEVELOPMENT IN SUB- SAHARAN AFRICA

    Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 2 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 53: THE AFRICAN POLITICS CONFERENCE GROUP

    15.3 SEXUAL MINORITIES-POLICY-   Thu 10:15 am MAKING AND POLITICAL REPRESENTATION

    Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 2 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 47: SEXUALITY AND POLITICS

    2 THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

    94.2 THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF   Sat 4:15 pm IMMIGRATION, REDISTRIBUTION, AND INEQUALITY

    Room: Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY

    104.1 THE POLITICS OF RACE AND   Sun 8:00 am CLASS INEQUALITIES IN THE

    AMERICASRoom: Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND POLITICS Co-sponsored by DIVISION 52: MIGRATION AND CITIZENSHIP

    21.4 THE RISE OF THE POPULIST   Thu 2:00 pm RIGHT?: ANTI-IMMIGRATION PARTIES IN WESTERN EUROPE

    Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 2 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 15: EUROPEAN POLITICS AND SOCIETY

    63.3 WOMEN AND CHILDREN AND   Fri 4:30 pm VIOLENT EXTREMISM:

    VICTIMS TO VICTIMIZERS?Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 2 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY

    43.2 WOMEN IN CONFLICT   Fri 9:30 am PROCESSES

    Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 2 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES

    94.3 WOMEN’S ENGAGEMENT IN   Sat 4:15 pm AFRICAN POLITICS: OPPORTUNITIES AND CONSTRAINTS

    Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 2 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 53: THE AFRICAN POLITICS CONFERENCE GROUP

    DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT AND PHILOSOPHY: HISTORICAL APPROACHES

    Division   Eileen Hunt Botting, University of Notre Dame Chair:   Melvin Lee Rogers, University of California, Los Angeles

    11.1 ACROSS THE REVOLUTIONARY   Thu 8:00 am DIVIDE: RETHINKING NINETEENTH-CENTURY POLITICAL THOUGHT

    Room: Parc 55, Cyril Magnin II

    81.1 ALEX GOUREVITCH’S "FROM   Sat 8:00 am

    SLAVERY TO THECOOPERATIVE COMMONWEALTH"

    Room: Parc 55, Embarcadero

    39.1 CICERONIAN RECEPTIONS   Fri 7:30 am Room: Hilton, Union Square 3 & 4

    22.9 COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES   Thu 2:00 pm ON "ADVICE FOR RULERS": ANCIENT TO EARLY MODERN

    Room: Hilton, Franciscan D Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY

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    81.2 CREOLIZING LIBERTY:   Sat 8:00 am ROUNDTABLE ON NEIL ROBERTS’S "FREEDOM AS MARRONAGE"

    Room: Parc 55, Divisadero Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY

    11.2 DEMOCRATIC THEORIZING:   Thu 8:00 am

    PAST AND PRESENTRoom: Nikko, Carmel II Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL THEORY

    17.1 EMPIRE, IMPERIALISM, AND   Thu 10:15 am RACE

    Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 2 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL THEORY

    22.1 FEDERATIONS AND UNIONS IN   Thu 2:00 pm IMPERIAL AND POST-

    COLONIAL POLITICAL THOUGHT

    Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 3 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY

    45.1 GENDER IN THE HISTORY OF   Fri 9:30 am POLITICAL THOUGHT

    Room: Hilton, Taylor Room Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY

    26.1 HANNAH ARENDT   Thu 4:15 pm Room: Hilton, Union Square 14

    81.3 HOBBES AND RELIGION   Sat 8:00 am Room: Hilton, Union Square 1 & 2

    51.1 IMPERIALISM AND   Fri 11:30 am COLONIALISM: TRANSNATIONAL CONNECTIONS

    Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 3 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL THEORY

    109.2 MACHIAVELLI OUT OF   Sun 10:15 am CONTEXT

    Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 1 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY

    65.1 MACHIAVELLI, THE LAWS, AND   Fri 4:30 pm LIBERTY

    Room: Parc 55, Balboa

    106.1 PARADOXES AND   Sun 8:00 am POSSIBILITIES OF POLITICAL ACTION

    Room: Hilton, Union Square 16 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL THEORY

    51.2 POLITICS AND ETHICS IN   Fri 11:30 am NIETZSCHE'S PHILOSOPHY

    Room: Nikko, Monterey I

    THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS 3

    22.6 POSTER SESSION II: POSTER   Thu 2:00 pm SESSION: POLITICAL THOUGHT AND PHILOSOPHY: HISTORICAL APPROACHES

    Room: Hilton, Grand Ballroom

    15.2 RACE AND GENDER IN THE   Thu 10:15 am EARLY AMERI