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POLITICAL SCIENCE AND THE
BIG QUESTIONS OF OUR TIME

2016 APSA ANNUAL MEETING AND EXHIBITION


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TABLE OF CONTENTS
General Information & Highlights
Welcome Letter........................................................................................................... 2
APSA Anti-Harassment Policy................................................................................... 3
General Information
General Information Services and Hours........................................................................ 4
About APSA............................................................................................................. 7
Sponsors................................................................................................................. 8
Hotel Maps.............................................................................................................. 9
Restaurant List......................................................................................................... 14
Special Events and Highlights
Program Highlights.................................................................................................. 16
Short Courses......................................................................................................... 19
New Session Types................................................................................................. 21
Working Groups..................................................................................................... 23
Professional Development Panels................................................................................ 24
Poster Sessions........................................................................................................ 25
APSA Awards......................................................................................................... 39
Organized Section Awards....................................................................................... 42
Campus Teaching Award Recognition......................................................................... 63
APSA Lifetime Members............................................................................................ 64
Exhibits and Advertisers
Exhibit Hall Map..................................................................................................... 67
Exhibitor Directory................................................................................................... 68
Advertisements........................................................................................................ 80

2016 Annual Meeting Program


Theme, Division, Related Panels............................................................................... 155
Meetings and Receptions........................................................................................ 211
Detailed Daily Schedule......................................................................................... 221
Index of Participants.............................................................................................. 418

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1

Dear Colleagues,
Welcome to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, for the 112th American Political Science Association Annual Meeting!
The 2016 theme is Great Transformations: Political Science and the Big Questions of Our Time. When
we selected this theme, we were thinking of transformations that occur through sudden and dramatic events, such as
terrorist attacks or nationwide protests erupting over phenomena such as police brutality, as well as transformations that
occur through cumulative, incremental developments, such as global warming and rising inequality. As we write this letter,
the news is dominated by the fallout from the Brexit referendum, the unexpected successes of Donald Trump and Bernie
Sanders, and terrorist attacks in Orlando, Florida and Istanbul, Turkey. Events such as these are both sudden developments
and products of transformations long in the making. We are, to put it bluntly, knee-deep (at least!) in great transformations
in our political landscape, and we very much look forward to the provocative presentations and discussions that will surely
take place at this years meeting.
We encourage you to attend the Presidential Address by APSA President Jennifer Hochschild, entitled
Left Pessimism and Political Science on Thursday, September 1, at 6:15 p.m. in Ballroom AB in the convention center.
The Opening Reception follows immediately at 7:30 p.m. in the Grand Hall of the convention center. Please also
attend the All-Member Meeting on Thursday, September 1, at 12:00 p.m. in room 114 in the convention center.
The meeting will give an update to members on APSA and its activities, provide a venue to express your views, vote on
new bylaws, and offer the opportunity to thank President Hochschild for her service, as well as welcome President-Elect
David Lake.
We also arranged for several theme panels and plenaries, which we hope you can attend. These include three breaking
news panels: Taking Stock of the Brexit Shock, Did the Party Decide? and Rageagainst theMachine: Populist
Politics intheU.S., Europe and Latin America. Other theme panels include To Stay Neutral or Not When Teaching the
2016 Election, Global Governance: Stagnation or Transformation? Great Transformations in Higher Education, and
Transforming Marriage and Religion in American Political Thought. A full list of the theme panels can be found on the
conference website and in the online program. We have two plenary sessions as well. The plenary roundtable on The
State of Race Relations in the U.S., featuring Vincent Hutchings, Paul Frymer, Melissa Harris-Perry, and Janelle Wong,
will be on Friday, September 2 at 2:00 p.m. in Ballroom AB in the convention center. Kathryn Sikkinks Are We Making
Progress on Human Rights? Transformations in Knowledge and Activism, takes place on Saturday, September 3 at 2:00
p.m. in Ballroom AB in the convention center.
This years conference also features some new presentation formats, such as mini-conferences, teaching cafs, and
30-minute paper presentations. We hope that you get a chance to participate in these new formats and support future
conference innovation. Speaking of innovation, dont forget to check out the iPosters. In addition to viewing the posters
on the monitors set up in room 204-A of the convention center, and the 200s hallway, you can also log into the iPoster
portal (apsa2016.ipostersessions.com) from your own computer or device and engage in discussions with and provide
feedback to iPoster presenters online pre- and post-conference. A list of poster authors giving presentations in room 204-A
will be posted in the room and on the conference website.
We are eternally grateful for the division chairs for all of the time and energy they devoted to creating an outstanding
program for the 2016 Annual Meeting. We are also very thankful for the expertise and assistance provided by the APSA
staff. We hope you enjoy the meeting!
Kimberly Morgan, George Washington University
Deborah Schildkraut, Tufts University
2016 APSA Annual Meeting Program Co-Chairs

2 WELCOME LETTER

ANTI-HARASSMENT POLICY
APSA has received notice from several sources that graduate students and faculty have experienced sexual harassment at various
conference venues. APSA consequently reminds everyone:
The APSA annual meeting and related regional political science meetings are convened for the purposes of professional
development and scholarly and educational interchange in the spirit of free inquiry and free expression. Harassment of
colleagues, students, or other conference participants undermines the principle of equity at the heart of these professional fora
and is inconsistent with the principles of free inquiry and free expression. Consequently, harassment is considered by APSA to be
a serious form of professional misconduct.
The following Anti-Harassment Policy outlines expectations for all those who attend or participate in APSA meetings. It reminds
APSA meeting participants that all professional academic ethics and norms apply as standards of
behavior and interaction at these meetings.
1.Purpose
APSA is committed to providing a safe and welcoming conference environment for all participants, regardless of actual or
perceived gender, gender identity, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, ability, socioeconomic status, age, or religion.
Participant in this policy refers to anyone present at APSA meetings, including staff, contractors, vendors, exhibitors, venue
staff, APSA members, and all other attendees.
2. Expected Behavior
All participants at APSA meetings are expected to abide by this Anti-Harassment Policy in all meeting venues including ancillary
events and official and unofficial social gatherings.


Abide by the norms of professional respect that are necessary to promote the conditions for free academic interchange.
If you witness potential harm to a conference participant, be proactive in helping to mitigate or avoid that harm.
Alert conference or security personnel if you see a situation in which someone might be in imminent physical danger.

3. Unacceptable Behavior
Unacceptable behaviors include:








persistent and unwelcome solicitation of emotional or physical intimacy


persistent and unwelcome solicitation of emotional or physical intimacy accompanied by real or implied threat of
professional harm
intimidating, harassing, abusive, derogatory or demeaning speech or actions by any participant in an APSA meeting
and/or at any related event.
prejudicial actions or comments related to actual or perceived gender, gender identity, race, ethnicity, sexual
orientation, ability, socioeconomic status, age, or religion that coerce others, foment broad hostility, or otherwise
undermine professional equity or the principles of free academic exchange.
deliberate intimidation, stalking or following;
harassing photography or recording;
sustained disruption of talks or other events;
physical assault (including unwelcome touch or groping)
real or implied threat of physical harm

ANTI-HARASSMENT POLICY 3

GENERAL MEETING INFORMATION


Meeting Schedule
Panel Locations

Panel sessions begin Thursday, September 1, at 8:00 a.m. and end on Sunday, September 4, at 11:30 a.m. All panel
sessions, business meetings, and receptions will be held at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, the Marriott Downtown
Philadelphia, and the Loews.

Thursday, September 1:
8:00 a.m. 9:30 a.m.
10:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m.
2:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m.
4:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m.

Friday, September 2 and Saturday, September 3:


8:00 a.m. 9:30 a.m.
10:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m.
12:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m.
2:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m.
4:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m.

Sunday, September 4:
8:00 a.m. 9:30 a.m.
10:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m.

Business Meetings
Business meetings for organized sections, related groups, committees, and affiliate groups will be held Wednesday through
Saturday, according to the following schedule:

Wednesday, August 31:


6:30 p.m. 9:00 p.m.

Thursday, September 1:
6:30 a.m. 7:30 a.m.
6:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

Friday, September 2:
6:30 a.m. 7:30 a.m.
12:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m.
6:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m.
7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m.

Saturday, September 3:
6:30 a.m. 7:30 a.m.
12:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m.
6:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

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GENERAL MEETING INFORMATION


Receptions
Receptions hosted by organized sections, related groups, committees, and affiliate groups are open to all registered attendees,
unless otherwise noted, and will be held Wednesday through Saturday at the following times:
Wednesday, August 31
Thursday, September 1
Friday, September 2
Saturday, September 3

6:30
7:30
7:30
7:30

p.m.
p.m.
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p.m.

8:00
9:00
9:00
9:00

p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.

Electronic Posters (iPosters)


Stop by the new electronic poster room in room 204 of the Pennsylvania Convention Center. Room 204 will have scheduled
poster presentations but you can always stop in to keyword search or browse all of this years posters. There will also be open
use iPoster kiosks in the hallway between the Grand Hall and Registration, outside Room 204. This years posters can also be
viewed in the online gallery, apsa2016.ipostersessions.com, both before and after the conference. Posters are searchable by
keyword, author name, division, and more. Attendees can send comments or messages directly to poster authors through the
kiosks onsite, or at any time from their own computer or device via the online gallery. See something that peaks your interest?
Reach out to the author to discuss! The full list of posters may be found on page 23 of the program book.

Exhibit Hall
The Exhibit Hall is located at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, Exhibit Hall A. The Exhibit Hall features the APSA lounge,
sponsored receptions, and coffee breaks. The hours are:
Thursday, September 1
Friday, September 2
Saturday, September 3

9:30 a.m. 5:30 p.m.


9:30 a.m. 5:30 p.m.
9:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m.

Coffee Breaks
During exhibit hall hours, stop by Routledges booth 510 for a Keurig coffee drink. Friday, September 2, grab a cup of coffee,
sponsored by Harvard University Press, at PCC 108-A before joining the Putting the Political Back into Political Philosophy
session on Friday at 10:00 a.m.

eJobs Annual Meeting Placement Service


The APSA eJobs Annual Meeting Placement Interview Service is located in the Marriott Salons E, F, G, and H on the 5th floor. All
participants were required to pre-register online at www.apsanet.org/ejobs.The hours are:
Thursday, September 1
Friday, September 2
Saturday, September 3

8:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m.


8:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m.
8:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m.

Conference Paper Uploads


Conference paper authors are required to post papers delivered at the Annual Meeting to the All Academic submission site in
the APSA Annual Meeting paper archive. APSA strongly encourages APSA Annual Meeting participants to upload their papers
to the Annual Meeting paper repository. Papers are available online through All Academic to attendees.
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GENERAL MEETING INFORMATION


Play the Conference Mobile App Game and Win an Apple Watch!
Download the mobile app to play along with the APSA Annual Meeting Game. Complete challenges, such as visiting exhibitor
booths and attending events, to gain points. After each completed challenge, you will receive a passcode to enter into the
Game portion of the app, which will generate points. The winner will receive an Apple Watch. The challenge ends on Sunday,
September 4, at 12:00 p.m. If there is a tie, the tied leaders will be entered into a drawing for the prize.

Relax & Recharge


Attendees can charge their devices at charging stations throughout the conference. Cambridge University Press will have a
charging station with charging extensions for phones and tablets in their booth, #410, in the PCC Hall A, or, relax and put up
your feet at the Lynne Rienner Sponsored Lounge in the 600 aisle, near their booth #613.

Family Resources
Child Care

During the Annual Meeting, APSA offers daily child care service operated by ACCENT on Childrens Arrangements. On-site
registration for child care is based on availability. The hours are:
Wednesday, August 31
Thursday, September 1
Friday, September 2
Saturday, September 3
Sunday, September 4

8:30
7:30
7:30
7:30
7:30

a.m.
a.m.
a.m.
a.m.
a.m.

5:00 p.m.
10:00 p.m.
10:00 p.m.
10:00 p.m.
12:30 p.m.

Nursing Options

In addition to child care, the Pennsylvania Convention Center is the nation's first convention center to offer a portable Mamava
lactation suite for nursing mothers to breastfeed infants or to use breast pumps in privacy. The unit is a self-contained, mobile
pod with comfortable benches, an electrical outlet, and a door that can be locked for privacy. The 4 foot by 8 foot pod is
meant for individual use, but can fit more than one person, including parents with infants, breast pumps, or luggage. It is usually
positioned near the Concierge Desk on the Convention Center's second level near 12th and Arch Streets. Additionally, there will
be a nursing room in the Marriott Conference Suite 1 on the 3rd floor.

Registration and Badge Pick-Up Hours


Badge and program pick-up and on-site registration will be located in the Pennsylvania Convention Center, 200 Level Bridge
over Arch Street, near Exhibit Hall A, during the following times:
Wednesday, August 31
Thursday, September 1
Friday, September 2
Saturday, September 3

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7:00
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6:00
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About APSA
Founded
in 1903, the American Political Science Association is the

leading professional organization for the study of political science and
serves more than 15,000 members in over 80 countries. With a range of
programs and services for individuals, departments, and institutions, APSA
brings together political scientists from all fields of inquiry, regions, and
occupational endeavors within and outside academe in order to expand
awareness and understanding of politics.
The direct advancement of knowledge is at the core of APSA activities.
We promote scholarly communication in political science through a variety
of initiatives including publishing three distinguished journals: American
Political Science Review, Perspectives on Politics, and PS: Political Science
and Politics.

Officers

Council

PRESIDENT

2014-2016

Jennifer Hochschild
Harvard University

PRESIDENT-ELECT

David Lake
University of California, San Diego

VICE-PRESIDENTS

Frank Baumgartner
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Martha Finnemore
George Washington University

David Obey
Former US Representative for Wisconsins 7th
Congressional District
University of Wisconsin

SECRETARY

Suzanne Mettler
Cornell University

TREASURER

Taeku Lee
University of California, Berkeley

PROGRAM CO-CHAIRS

Kimberly Morgan
George Washington University

Deborah J. Schildkraut
Tufts University

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF, APSR
John Ishiyama
University of North Texas

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF, PERSPECTIVES
Jeffrey Isaac
Indiana University

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Steven Rathgeb Smith


American Political Science Association

Michelle Deardorff
University of Tennessee, at Chattanooga

Maria Escobar-Lemmon
Texas A&M University

Frances Lee
University of Maryland, College Park

David Lublin
American University

Marc Lynch
George Washington University

Tasha Philpot
University of Texas, Austin

David Stasavage
New York University

Mark Warren
University of British Columbia

2015-2017

Roxanne Euben
Wellesley College

Amaney Jamal
Princeton University

Brett Ashley Leeds
Rice University

James Mahoney
Northwestern University

Byron DAndra Orey
Jackson State University

Bo Rothstein
University of Gothenburg

Cameron Thies
Arizona State University

Caroline Tolbert
University of Iowa

Former APSA Presidents


Frank J. Goodnow
Albert Shaw
Frederick N. Judson
James Bryce
A. Lawrence Lowell
Woodrow Wilson
Simeon E. Baldwin
Albert Bushnell Hart
W. W. Willoughby
John Bassett Moore
Ernst Freund
Jesse Macy
Munroe Smith
Henry Jones Ford
Paul S. Reinsch
Leo S. Rowe
William A. Dunning
Harry A. Garfield
James W. Garner
Charles E. Merriam
Charles A. Beard
William Bennett Munro
Jesse S. Reeves
John A. Fairlie
Benjamin F. Shambaugh
Edward S. Corwin
William F. Willoughby
Isidor Loeb
Walter Shepard
Francis W. Coker
Arthur N. Holcombe
Thomas Reed Powell
Clarence A. Dykstra
Charles Grove Haines
Robert C. Brooks
Frederic A. Ogg
William Anderson
Robert E. Cushman
Leonard D. White
John Gaus
Walter F. Dodd
Arthur W. MacMahon
Henry R. Spencer
Quincy Wright
James K. Pollock
Peter H. Odegard
Luther Gulick
Pendleton Herring
Ralph J. Bunche
Charles McKinley
Harold D. Lasswell
E. E. Schattschneider
V. O. Key Jr.
R. Taylor Cole
Carl B. Swisher

Emmette S. Redford
Charles S. Hyneman
Carl J. Friedrich
C. Herman Pritchett
David B. Truman
Gabriel A. Almond
Robert A. Dahl
Merle Fainsod
David Easton
Karl W. Deutsch
Robert E. Lane
Heinz Eulau
Robert E. Ward
Avery Leiserson
Austin Ranney
James MacGregor Burns
Samuel H. Beer
John C. Wahlke
Leon D. Epstein
Warren E. Miller
Charles E. Lindblom
Seymour Martin Lipset
William H. Riker
Philip E. Converse
Richard F. Fenno
Aaron B. Wildavsky
Samuel P. Huntington
Kenneth N. Waltz
Lucian W. Pye
Judith N. Shklar
Theodore J. Lowi
James Q. Wilson
Lucius J. Barker
Charles O. Jones
Sidney Verba
Arend Lijphart
Elinor Ostrom
M. Kent Jennings
Matthew Holden Jr.
Robert O. Keohane
Robert Jervis
Robert D. Putnam
Theda Skocpol
Susanne Hoeber Rudolph
Margaret Levi
Ira Katznelson
Robert Axelrod
Dianne M. Pinderhughes
Peter Katzenstein
Henry E. Brady
Carole Pateman
G. Bingham Powell, Jr.
Jane Mansbridge
John H. Aldrich
Rodney Hero



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2016 ANNUAL MEETING SPONSORS


APSA would like to thank the following sponsors
for their generous support:
Premier

Gold

Silver

Sponsored Events:
Throughout the Meeting:
Keurig Coffee Break
Sponsored by Routledge
PCC Hall A, Booth 510
Thursday, September 1
Headshot Lounge
Stop by the headshot lounge to have a complimentary
picture taken for your LinkedIn profile or website.
Sponsored by Pearson
10:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. | PCC Hall A next to APSA Lounge
Ice Cream Break Reception
Sponsored by Routledge
3:30 p.m. | PCC Hall A, Booth 510
Friday, September 2
Putting the Political Back into Political Philosophy Session
Coffee Break
Sponsored by Harvard University Press
9:30 a.m. 10:00 a.m.| PCC 108A
Beer & Snacks Reception
Sponsored by The Agenda Game
3:30 p.m. | PCC Hall A, Booth 218
Beer, Wine & Sliders Reception
Sponsored by Routledge
4:00 p.m. | PCC Hall A, Booth 510
Wine & Cheese Reception
Sponsored by Cambridge University Press
4:00 p.m. | PCC Hall A, Booth 410

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Wine & Cheese Reception


Sponsored by West Academic
4:00 p.m. | PCC Hall A, Booth 214
Beer & Snacks Reception
Sponsored by Oxford University Press
4:30 p.m. | PCC Hall A, Booth 600
Reception Honoring Teaching
Sponsored by Pi Sigma Alpha
Co-Sponsored by the Political Science Education Section,
Committee on Teaching & Learning, and Status Committee of
Community Colleges in the Profession
7:30 p.m. | Loews, Congress C
Saturday, September 3
Film Premiere: Americas Diplomats
Sponsored by the Diplomacy Foundation Center and Foreign
Policy Association
4:00 p.m. | PCC 114

Sponsored Items:
Cambridge University Press (Booth 410):
Conference tote bags distributed at Registration.
Travel grants, which help US graduate students, international
graduate students studying in the US, unemployed political
scientists, and international scholars attend the event.
Cambridges sponsorship of the Ralph Bunche Summer Institute
scholars allows for scholars to attend the Annual Meeting, where
they will present in the iPosters on Saturday and attend panels.
Lynne Rienner Publishers (Booth 613): Take a break
in the lounge, sponsored by Lynne Rienner Publishers. The
lounge can be found at the end of aisle 600.

MARRIOTT DOWNTOWN PHILADELPHIA


Marriott 3rd Floor


Marriott 4th Floor


HOTEL MAPS 9

MARRIOTT DOWNTOWN PHILADELPHIA


Marriott 5th Floor

10 HOTEL MAPS

LOEWS PHILADELPHIA HOTEL


Loews 2nd Floor

Loews 3rd Floor

Loews 4th Floor

HOTEL MAPS 11

PENNSYLVANIA CONVENTION CENTER


100 LEVEL

STREET ACCESS

200 LEVEL

12 PENNSYLVANIA CONVENTION CENTER

PENNSYLVANIA CONVENTION CENTER


300 LEVEL

400 LEVEL

PENNSYLVANIA CONVENTION CENTER 13

RESTAURANT LIST: A GUIDE TO PHILADELPHIA CUISINE


Immediately north of the Convention Center is
Philadelphias Chinatown:
Sang Kee ($$)
Great traditional Chinese food. Reservations recommended for
large groups.
www.sangkeechinatown.com | (215) 925-7532
238 North 9th Street (.5 miles from PCC)
Rangoon Burma ($$)
Traditional Burmese; can host private parties
www.rangoonphilly.com | (215) 829-8939
112 North 9th Street (.3 miles)
Penang ($$)
Malaysian cuisine
(215) 413-2531 | 117 N 10th Street
(between Arch & Cherry, .2 miles)
Vietnam Restaurant ($$)
Vietnamese; can host private events
www.eatatvietnam.com | (215) 592-1163
221 North 11th Street (.3 miles)
Vietnam Palace ($$)
Vietnamese; can host private events
www.vietnampalace.net | (215) 592-19596
222 North 11th Street (.3 miles)
Terakawa Ramen ($$)
Ramen; great lunch place; BYO
www.terakaramenphilly.com | (267) 687-1355
204 North 9th Street (9th and Race; .4 miles)

Lolita ($$)
Mexican street food; can host private parties up to 45-85
people
www.lolitaphilly.com | (215) 546-7100
106 South 13th Street (.4 miles)
Amis ($$)
Italian; can host private events up to 26-100 people
13th and Pine
www.amisphilly.com | (215) 732-2647
412 South 13th Street (13th and Pine; .7 miles)
El Vez ($$)
Mexican; lively; can hold special events
www.elvezrestaurant.com | (215) 928-9800
121 South 13th Street (.4 miles)
Marathon Grill ($$)
American; can host private events
www.eatmarathon.com/16th-and-sansom/
(215) 569-3278
16th + Sansom, 121 S 16th Street (.7 miles)
To the East and South a bit of a longer walk,
but still walkable:
Fat Salmon ($$)
Sushi; reservation recommended
www.fatsalmonsushi.com | (215) 928-8881
719 Walnut Street (.7 miles)

To the immediate east of the Convention Center is:

LaBuca ($$)
Traditional Italian fare
www.ristlabuca.com |(215) 928-0556
711 Locust Street (.8 miles)

Reading Terminal Market ($)


Indoor market; great lunch place
www.readingterminalmarket.org
51 North 12th Street (.1 miles)

Talulas Garden ($$$)


Phillys take on Alice Waters and Chez Panisse
www.talulasgarden.com | (215) 592-7787
210 W. Washington Square (.8 miles)

To the south of the Convention Center (across


Market Street):

Russet ($$)
Farm to table BYO; can host private parties between 10 - 65
www.russetphilly.com | (215) 546-1521
1521 Spruce Street (Spruce and 15th; .8 miles)

Barbuzzo ($$)
Mediterranean; can host private events up to 55 (seated) or
85 (receptions)
www.barbuzzo.com | (215) 546-9300
110 South 13th Street (.4 miles)

Taquilas ($$$)
Haute Mexican; can host private events
www.tequilasphilly.com | (215) 546-0181
1602 Locust Street (16th and Locust; .8 miles)

Restaurant listings contributed by Kevin Arceneaux, Robin Kolodny, Gary Mucciaroni, and Sandra Suarez, Temple University.
14 RESTAURANT LIST: A GUIDE TO PHILADELPHIA CUISINE

RESTAURANT LIST: A GUIDE TO PHILADELPHIA CUISINE


Pumpkin ($$$)
BYOB
www.pumpkinphilly.com | (215) 545-4448
1713 South Street (11th and Pine; 1.2 miles)

Tria Cafe ($$)


https://www.triaphilly.com/tria-cafe/
(215) 972-8742
123 S. 18th Street (.8 miles)

A little farther away (20 minute walk or 5


minute cab ride):

Gran Cafe LAquila ($$)


Can host private events
www.grancaffelaquila.com | (215) 568-5600
1716 Chestnut Street (.7 miles)

Amada ($$$)
Tapas; can host private events
www.philadelphia.amadarestaurant.com
(215) 625-2450
217-219 Chestnut Street (1 mile)
Parc ($$$)
French bistro; can host large parties and events
www.parc-restaurant.com | (215) 545-2262 225
South 18th Street (Locust and 18th; .9 miles)
Estia ($$$)
Mediterranean; can host private events for groups 25 200
www.estiarestaurant.com |(215) 735-7700
1405-07 Locust Street (.7 miles)
Vernick Food and Drink ($$$)
Farm to table; can host parties 12-45
www.vernickphilly.com | (267) 639-6644
2031 Walnut Street (1.1 miles)
Zahav ($$$)
Israeli; can host special events for 9-50 guests
www.zahavrestaurant.com | (215) 625-8800
237 Saint James Place (1.2 miles)

Cab ride Distance:


Osteria ($$$)
Italian; can host private events
www.osteriaphilly.com | (215) 763-0920
640 North Broad (.9 miles)
Will ($$$)
French BYO; can hold a special event
www.Willbyob.com | (215) 271-7683
1911 East Passyunk Ave. (2 miles)
Fond ($$$)
New American
www.fondphilly.com | (215) 551-5000
1537 South 11th Street (1.7 miles)
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RESTAURANT LIST: A GUIDE TO PHILADELPHIA CUISINE 15

2016 PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS


Wednesday, August 31
9:00 a.m.
Short Courses
These pre-conference, professional day features a variety of short courses sponsored by APSA Organized
Sections, Related Groups, and other affiliate organizations. They require pre-registration.

PCC & Marriott See Page 19 for Short Course Locations
6:30 p.m.
APSA Awards Ceremony

This exclusive ceremony recognizes excellence in the profession. Invitation Only.
Marriott, Liberty Ballroom

Thursday, September 1
12:00 p.m. All-Member Business Meeting
All APSA members are encouraged to attend the APSA General Membership Meeting, the official
business meeting of the Association. This event is an opportunity for members to learn about the business
of the Association, vote on proposed bylaws and express their views.
PCC, 114
2:00 p.m. Breaking News: Taking Stock of the Brexit Shock
PCC, 201-C
Chair: Susan Scarrow, University of Houston

Presenters:

Justin Fisher, Brunel University London

Liesbet Hooghe, UNC-Chapel Hill

Dan Kelemen, Rutgers University

Gary Marks, UNC-Chapel Hill

Kathleen McNamara, Georgetown University
2:00 p.m. Diversity Recruitment and Retention Roundtable: Transformative Change
Roundtable featuring MSRP department chairs and grad directors, DSP, and others, sharing best practices
and strategies for effective recruitment and retention of women and individuals from under-represented
groups at the graduate student and junior faculty levels.
PCC, 112-B
4:00 p.m. Breaking News: Did the Party Decide?
PCC, Ballroom AB

Roundtable Moderator: John M. Sides, George Washington University
Presenters:

John Dickerson, Slate/CBS

Marjorie Hershey, Indiana University Bloomington

Jennifer Victor, George Mason University

Book author discussants:

Marty Cohen, James Madison University

David Karol, University of Maryland

Hans Noel, Georgetown University

John Zaller, University of California, Los Angeles
4:00 p.m. APSA Mentoring Roundtable: Mentoring for Success and Advancement
Roundtable featuring advice and best practices--for mentees and mentors--on getting the most out of the
mentoring experience. Panelists will share strategies for effective mentoring relationships for academic
and non-academic careers for graduate students, faculty members, and practitioners and for mentoring
women and individuals from underrepresented backgrounds. Research-based findings will be shared.
Loews, Commonwealth D
5:30 p.m. APSA Mentoring Networking Reception
Marriott, Room 410
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2016 PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS


6:15 p.m. 112th APSA Annual Meeting Presidential Address: Left Pessimism and Political Science
Jennifer Hochschild, APSA President
PCC, Ballroom AB
7:30 p.m. 112th Annual Meeting Opening Reception
APSA hosts the Opening Reception. All attendees are invited to enjoy hors doeuvres and cocktails.
PCC, Grand Hall
7:30 p.m. International Attendees Reception
APSA invites all international attendees to this special reception as a welcome to Philadelphia and the
Annual Meeting.
Marriott, Independence Ballroom
8:30 p.m. APSA Committee on the Status of Black and NCOBPS Reception
Marriott, Franklin 9
8:30 p.m. APSA Reception Honoring Women in the Profession: Women & Politics Section,
Womens Caucus & Committee
Sponsored by the Women & Politics Research Section, the Womens Caucus, Cambridge University
Press, the Committee on the Status of Women in the Profession, and the APSA Status Committees
PCC 201-C

Friday, September 2
10:00 a.m. Breaking News: Rage against the Machine: Populist Politics in the U.S., Europe,
and Latin America
PCC, Ballroom AB

Chair: Kimberly J. Morgan, George Washington University
Presenters:

Justin Gest, George Mason University

David Art, Tufts University

Wendy M. Rahn, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

Cynthia McClintock, George Washington University

Pippa Norris, Harvard University

Ronald Franklin Inglehart, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
2:00 p.m. Plenary Address: The State of Race Relations in the United States
Experts reflect on the state of race relations in the United States and on the pressing questions facing
political scientists who study race. Topics covered will include the presidential campaign, income
inequality, Black Lives Matter, criminal sentencing reform, policing, political participation, and more.
PCC, Ballroom AB
6:00 p.m. Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site (ESP) Reception and Tour
Tour the new exhibit on mass incarceration and learn about political science courses on the politics of
justice and punishment.
Off-site, RSVP Required
Sponsored by APSA Diversity and Inclusion Programs and the Swarthmore College Political Science
Department.
6:30 p.m. John Gaus Award Lecture

Marriott, Franklin 11
7:30 p.m. Reception Honoring Teaching
Everyone is invited to this reception honoring campus-wide teaching award recipients.
Loews, Congress C
Sponsored by Pi Sigma Alpha
Co-sponsored by The Political Science Education Section, The Teaching & Learning Committee, & The
Committee on the Status of Community Colleges in the Profession
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2016 PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS


7:30 p.m. APSA Status Committee of Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals and Transgenders in the
Profession, Sexuality and Politics Section, and LGBT Caucus Reception
Marriott, Salon J
7:30 p.m. APSA Status of Asian-Pacific Americans in the Profession Committee and Status of
Latinos y Latinas in the Profession Committee Reception
Marriott, Salon J
APSA Status of Asian-Pacific Americans in the Profession Committee and Status of
Latinos y Latinas in the Profession Committee Reception
Marriott, Room 410
8:30 p.m. APSA Reception Honoring Women of Color in the Profession: Women & Politics
Research Section, Womens Caucus & Committee, APSA Status Committees
Marriott, Independence Ballroom
Sponsored by the Women & Politics Research Section, the Womens Caucus, Cambridge University
Press, the Committee on the Status of Women in the Profession, and the APSA Status Committees

Saturday, September 3
12:00 p.m. Ithiel de Sola Pool Award and Lectureship
Loews, Commonwealth A2
2:00 p.m. Plenary Address: Are We Making Progress on Human Rights? Transformations in
Knowledge and Activism
In this talk, Professor Kathryn Sikkink from Harvard University will draw on material from her forthcoming
book Making Human Rights Work: Evidence for Hope. Recently, there has been a surge of pessimism
about the legitimacy and effectiveness of human rights law, institutions, and movements. She argues that
transformations in the world generated by human rights ideas and activism have paradoxically clouded
our ability to evaluate and measure progress because we now know more and care more about human
rights issues than even before. To engage in a more productive debate, the nature of the critique,
definitions of terms, and methods being used to measure progress all need to be clarified. She examines
these issues, and argue that careful issue-by-issue examination of the evidence on human rights progress
and decline offers a more complex and hopeful picture than that suggested by the pessimists.
PCC, Ballroom AB
2:00 p.m. RBSI 30th Anniversary Roundtable
The roundtable will address the legacy of Dr. Bunche and the RBSI program, and their impact upon the
discipline/profession. Panelists and audience members will also discuss the research, teaching and
service contributions to the profession of RBSI alumni and the future of the RBSI. Featuring profiles of the
RBSI: 30 for 30.
PCC, 202-A
6:30 p.m. Graduate Student Happy Hour
Graduate students are invited to network with each other and meet informally with APSA officers and
council members.
Marriott, Liberty Ballroom
7:30 p.m. RBSI 30th Anniversary Reception
Marriott, Independence Ballroom

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SHORT COURSES
Wednesday, August 31
Short Courses provide diverse opportunities for professional development and offer attendees the chance to connect with
scholars from a range of backgrounds. They are sponsored by APSA Organized Sections and other affiliated organizations.
Pre-registration for short courses is required, and each short course has a $25 fee. All short courses will be held on the
premises of the Annual Meeting, unless otherwise noted.
A Political Primer on the Periodic State Constitutional Convention Referendum
PCC, 202-B
Abolitionist Politics After Ferguson: Race, Prisons, Police, and Theorizing White Supremacy
PCC, 104-B
Assessing Political Science Civic Engagement and Pedagogy Initiatives: The Consortium for
Inter-Campus SoTL Research, the National Survey of Student Leaders
PCC, 203-A
Casual Case Studies: Comparing, Matching, and Tracing (QMMR2)
PCC, 201-B
Challenges of Electoral Integrity and the Construction and Use of Expert Indictors
Marriott, Franklin 2
City Politics in an Increasingly Urban World: Mainstreaming the Local in Scholarship and Policy Making
Offsite, Drexel University MacAlister 2019-2020 (3250-60 Chestnut Street)
Communicating Science in Politicized Environments
PCC, 108-A
Database and Website Development for Public Policy: The Comparative Policy Agendas Project
Offsite, Temple University Center City Campus
Designing and Conducting Field Research (QMMR5)
PCC, 201-B
Designing Multi-Method Research (QMMR1)
PCC, 201-A
Doing Political Science in the Field: Field Research, Ethics, Engagement, and Employability
PCC, 202-A
Embracing Applied Politics in the Classroom and Curriculum
PCC, 203-A
Managing and Sharing Qualitative Data and Qualitative Research Transparency (QMMR3)
PCC, 201-C
Mathematics and Democracy: Designing Better Voting and Fair-Division Procedures
PCC, 106-AB
Of Cities and Governance: New Theoretical Approaches to Urban Governance
Offsite, Drexel University MacAlister 2019-2020 (3250-60 Chestnut Street)
Process Tracing (QMMR 4)
PCC, 201-A
Protean and Control Power in Interaction
PCC, 111-A
Research Development Group: Emerging Research from MENA Workshops Alumni
PCC, 102-A
Researching the C-SPAN Video Library
PCC, 104-A
Set-Theoretic Multi-Method Research: Combining QCA and Process Tracing (QMMR6)
PCC, 201-C
Simulations and Games for International Relations
PCC, 204-B

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SHORT COURSES
The Methods Studio: WorkshopTextual Analysis and Critical Semioticsand Crit
PCC, 108-B
Understanding Complexity: A Simple Guide to Using & Developing ABMs & Networks for Research
PCC, 202-B
Unlocking Success with Failure
PCC, 203-B
You Have a Job Offer: Get the Most Out of It
PCC, 204-B
What? I Have to Lead a Program Assessment?!?
Leading Your Department or Program Assessment Process for Regional Accreditation
PCC, 203-B

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Dissertation Workshops
Pre-registration and acceptance was required in advance of the conference.
Dissertation Workshop: Advances in Science, Technology, and Environmental Policy
PCC, 303-AB
Dissertation Workshop: On the Intersection of Race, Ethnicity and Gender in American Political Behavior
PCC, 107-A

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NEW SESSION TYPES


Mini-Conferences
A full day of content devoted to a theme. The mini-conference can be in pursuit of a larger cohesive goal than traditional panels provide,
such as an edited volume or an omnibus dataset. Sessions within the mini-conference might be comprised of other session formats.

Chinese Politics: Contestation from Within and Below

Division 13: The Politics of Communist and Former Communist Countries


Time: Thursday, September 1, 8:00 a.m. 5:30 p.m.
Location: Marriott Room 415

Global Assessment Power Mini-conference


Division 17: International Collaboration
Time: Friday, September 2, 8:00 a.m. 5:30 p.m.
Location: Loews Commonwealth D

Channeling Bureaucratic Ambition: Government Professions & Career Systems


Division 24: Public Administration
Time: Saturday, September 3, 8:00 a.m. 5:30 p.m.
Location: Marriott Room 415

Great Powers and Democracy: Congruities and Tensions


Division 18: International Security
Time: Saturday, September 3, 8:00 a.m. 5:30 p.m.
Location: Marriott Independence Ballroom

Outreach Caf
This session format incorporates a handful of topic clusters, each staffed with a moderator to discuss various outreach efforts in the field.
Members will share successful engagement methods and provide guidance to colleagues on ways to apply what theyve learned in
other ways.

Liaising with the Media: Tips and Tactics

Time: Saturday, September 3, 2016, 10:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m.


Place: PCC, 202-A

Research Caf
This session format incorporates a handful of topic clusters, each staffed with a scholar (or scholars) in the field that has successfully
used particular methodologies or epistemological frameworks. Attendees would group together to discuss research processes,
methodologies, ask questions, and brainstorm together around issues in the field.

Measuring Protest: A Comparison of Surveys and Variables

Division 8: Political Methodology


Co-Sponsors: Division 11: Comparative Politics and Division 12: Conflict Processes
Time: Thursday, September 1, 2:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m.
Location: Marriott Franklin 11

Christians in Political Science Research Roundtable


Christians in Political Science
Time: Friday, September 2, 10:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m.
Location: Marriott Room 414
The Methods Cafe
Interpretive Methodologies & Methods
Time: Friday, September 2, 12:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m.
Location: Marriott Liberty Ballroom

NEW SESSION TYPES 21

NEW SESSION TYPES


Teaching Caf
This session format provides a discussion forum for scholars to participate in the scholarship of teaching and learning, share pedagogical
techniques, and discuss trends in political science education. Each topic cluster will be staffed with a scholar (or scholars) in the field that
has demonstrated success in the use of practical instructional methods to share with attendees to take with them to their home institutions.
Attendees will group together to ask questions and brainstorm around core opportunities and issues in the field.
Transforming Teaching, Transforming Society
Division 42: New Political Science
Time: Friday, September 2, 4:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m.
Place: Marriott Salon KL
Using Simulations to Teach International Politics
Division 9: Teaching and Learning in Political Science
Time: Saturday, September 3, 12:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m.
Location: Marriott Room 305

30-Minute Paper Sessions


This format allows a scholar to present his or her work for a longer period of time and to have a dedicated discussant who isnt
overburdened by having to read multiple papers. One session chair would guide the time, but each paper would have its own
discussant. The sessions might follow the Brookings format, in which the discussant presents and then comments on the paper; the
author would then have a chance to respond.
Field Experiments on Security and Violence
Division 51: Experimental Research
Time: Thursday, September 1, 8:00 a.m. 9:30 a.m.
Location: Marriott, Room 409
Studying and Measuring Electoral Integrity
Division 8: Political Methodology
Co-Sponsor: Division 36: Elections and Voting Behavior
Time: Friday, September 2, 12:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m.
Location: Marriott Franklin 12
What We Know about What They Know: Influences on Political Knowledge
Division 38: Political Communication
Time: Friday, September 2, 12:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m.
Location: PCC 110-B
Controls, Cues, and Incentives: State Society Relations in U.K. Politics
British Politics Group
Time: Saturday, September 3, 10:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m.
Location: Marriott, Room 414
Flip It and Reverse It: Media Effects on Political Elites
Division 38: Political Communication
Time: Saturday, September 3, 10:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m.
Location: PCC 112-B
Nationalist Ideologies: Legacies of the Past and Implications for the Future
Division 43: International History and Politics
Time: Saturday, September 3, 10:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m.
Location: Loews Commonwealth A2
Rethinking Epistemology & Methodology Assumptions in Race & Ethnic Studies
Division 32: Race, Ethnicity and Politics
Time: Saturday, September 3, 4:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m.
Location: Marriott Room 303
Representation in Various Forms
Division 34: Representation and Electoral Systems
Time: Sunday, September 4, 10:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m.
Location: Marriott Meeting Room 501

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WORKING GROUPS
An Annual Meeting Working Group consists of a small group of meeting attendees who are interested in a common topic
and who agree to attend panels and plenary sessions aligned on a similar topic and to convene during the meeting for a
discussion. The idea is to simulate a working group conference experience amidst APSA panels. Pre-registration for working
groups was required.

Consolidating Databases on Political


Elites in China and Russia
Saturday, September 3, 10:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m.
Marriott Room 301

Election Sciences, Election Law, and


Election Administration: Charting a
Research Agenda
Saturday, September 3, 4:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m.
Loews Tubman

Historical Political Economy

Thursday, September 1, 2:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m.


Marriott Room 301

Intersectionality and Pedagogy

Saturday, September 3, 4:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m.


Marriott Room 413

Philanthropy, Policy, and Power

Saturday, September 3, 10:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m.


PCC 101-A

Practicing Politics: Political Science in


Government, Policy Centers and Other
Policy-Related Organizations
Thursday, September 1, 4:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m.
Marriott Room 301

Social Policy in Non-Democracies


Saturday, September 3, 2:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m.
Marriott Room 301

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APSA PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PANELS


Thursday, September 1
2:00 p.m., Marriott, Room 302
JPSE Editors Roundtable
Meet the new editors of the Journal of Political Science
Education. Learn about their plans for expanding this journal
submission process.
4:00 p.m., Marriott, Franklin II
Get the Grant: Finding Funding, Writing Proposals, and
Advancing Your Research at Every Career Stage
This session is aimed at researchers at all levels and in all
subfields. The panelists represent a diverse array of funding
organizations and agencies. Topics include: where to look for
funding; how to write proposals; and funding opportunities for
international scholars and graduate students.
4:00 p.m., Loews, Commonwealth D
Mentoring Roundtable: Mentoring for Success and
Advancement
Roundtable featuring getting the most out of the mentoring
experience. Sharing best practices and strategies for effective
mentoring relationships for academic and non-academic
careers. Research-based findings will be shared.
Friday, September 2
10:00 a.m., Marriott, Room 410
APSR Meet the Editors
Meet the new editors of the American Political Science
Review. Learn about their plans for expanding this journal
submission process.
12:00 p.m., Loews, Congress C
Department Chairs Workshop & Luncheon
The topic of this years workshop will be department
leadership strategies. Topics will include how best to identify,
recruit, and retain faculty leaders at all levels of department
administration; why leadership succession plans and
recruitment strategies are important; how to prevent burnout;
strategies for negotiating administrative leadership contracts;
and balancing research, teaching, and administrative
responsibilities.
2:00 p.m., Marriott, Franklin 13
Get the Job: Tips for the Academic Job Market
This session addresses strategies for success at all stages in
an academic job search. Topics include: when to go on the
market and what to expect; tips for job talks; how to write
effective application materials; and differences in applying to
liberal arts colleges versus research universities.

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4:00 p.m., PCC, 202-A


First Year(s) on the Faculty: Advice for Early Career Success
This panel is aimed at early career professors in a range of
positions and institutions. Topics include: the transition from advisee
to advisor; balancing teaching, research, and service; working
towards tenure; understanding the parameters of non-tenure-track
positions.
4:00 p.m., Marriott, Room 302-A
Thinking Outside the Box: Non-Academic Jobs Roundtable
This roundtable addresses career opportunities outside the
academy. Topics include: strategies for identifying career
opportunities, how to develop skills and materials for a nonacademic job search, and tips for transitioning out of the
academy. Participants represent research organizations, think
tanks, the federal government, and non-profit organizations.
Saturday, September 3
10:00 a.m., PCC, 202-A
Liaising with the Media: Tips and Tactics
This outreach caf features participants who regularly liaise
with the media and who will provide their pointers for
successful media engagement. Topics covered in the session
will include: general strategies for communicating academic
research to non-academic audiences; navigating interviews
with print journalists; tips for writing op-eds and other nonacademic publications; and strategies for TV and radio
appearances.
4:00 p.m., PCC, 110-AB
Making Connections: How to Build a Professional Network
and Why You Need One
This session addresses networking at all career stages. Topics
include: the goals of networking; how to connect online and in
person; the importance of building a network with colleagues
at various points in their careers; the role of networking in
fostering diversity and inclusion; building connections outside
the academy; and the outcomes of networking on career
success.
4:00 p.m., PCC, 202-A
How to Thrive in Grad School: Strategies and Tips
This panel is aimed at current or potential graduate students.
Topics include: working towards the dissertation; finding
the right mentors; teaching and assistant teaching; securing
funding; the importance of publishing; and tips for how to
finish on time.

POSTER SESSIONS
Stop by the New Electronic Poster Presentations (iPosters) in room 204 of the Pennsylvania Convention Center. Room 204 will
have scheduled poster presentations but you can always stop in to keyword search or browse all of this years posters. There will
also be open use iPoster kiosks in the hallway between the Grand Hall and Registration, outside Room 204. This years posters
can also be viewed in the online gallery, apsa2016.ipostersessions.com, both before and after the conference. Posters are
searchable by keyword, author name, division, and more. Attendees can send comments or messages directly to poster authors
through the kiosks onsite, or at any time from their own computer or device via the online gallery. See something that peaks your
interest? Reach out to the author to discuss!
Poster Session: Class and Inequality
Achievement, Elite Identity, and Affluent Political
Behavior
Adam Thal, Princeton University
Wealthy Districts Dictate: Four Decades of Privilege
In Legislation
Maricella Foster-Molina
Poster Session: Comparative Democratization
Foreign Aid and Ruling Party Durability
Steven R. Hall, Ball State University; Misa
Nishikawa, Ball State University
Hell Chosun and Ghost Island: Discontent with
Democracy in S. Korea and Taiwan
Booseung Chang, Stanford University
International Conflict, Authoritarian Breakdown,
and Democratization
Joonbum Bae, Texas A&M
Local Enclave Politics: Hungarian-Majority Towns in
Romania and Serbia
Sherrill Stroschein, University College London
Mandatory Primaries and Satisfaction with
Democracy: Evidence from Argentina
Hirokazu Kikuchi, Institute of Developing
Economies, JETRO
System Transformation and Consolidation of
Democracy in Iraq
Alfio Cerami
Toppling Governments: Exclusionary and
Fragmented Regimes and Leaders Demise
Taeko Hiroi, University of Texas at El Paso
Turnover and Norm Development: The Effect of the
Political Elite Upon Democracy
Amanda E. Burke
Viewing the Effect of Civil Society on Democratic
Consolidation Using Two Cases
Jason Capote
What Does it Mean to Live in Democracy Around
the World?
Simeon Mitropolitski
Who Votes for Opposition in Autocracies? Rethink
the Role of Ethnicity in Taiwan
Chao-yo Cheng, University of California, Los
Angeles; Yi-tzu Lin, University of South Carolina

Poster Session: Comparative Politics


Absence Makes the Vote Grow Stronger
Inga A-L Saikkonen, Yale University; Allison C.
White, Colorado State University
Audacity of Hope in Autocracy: Merit-Based Elite
Recruitment & Regime Stability
Hanzhang Liu, Columbia University
Authoritarian Governing in China: Mandating
rather than Legislating
Mayling Birney, London School of Economics
Authoritarianism on Fire: Relief Aid, the Media &
Blame Attributions in Russia
Katerina Tertytchnaya, University of Oxford
Does Open Primary Increase Openness and
Possibility of Being Elected(ROKcase)
Jiyoung Lee
Does Ethnic Inequality Promote Ethnic Voting?
Paul D. Kenny, ANU; Christian Houle, Michigan
State University
Fail, Fumble, or Foil: The Sequencing of Ideational
and Institutional Change
Matthias Dilling, University of Oxford; Sukriti Issar,
Brown University
Finding Critical Citizens: A Response Pattern
Model of Political Support
Cary Wu, University of British Columbia; Rima
Wilkes
Government Formation and Political, Economic,
Social Development
Serap Gur, Northern Illinois University
How Arms Trade Networks Affect the Prospect and
Process of Democratization
Zuhaib Sheikh Mahmood
How Long Will It Last? Cabinet Termination in
Presidential Systems
Thiago Nascimento da Silva, Texas A&M
University
Judging Corruption: Judicial Activism against
Political Corruption in Italy
Lucia Manzi, University of Notre Dame
Making Friends and Making Enemies: How
Desecuritization Policies Fail
Douglas G. Byrd, Portland Community College
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POSTER SESSIONS






Multi-Party Cabinets Influence Presidential


Legislative Success in the Americas
Carlos Algara, University of California, Davis
Nation, Ethnicity, and Umma: Identity After State
Collapse in Syria
Victoria Gilbert
Party System Nationalization and Ethnic Rebellion
Sivagaminathan Palani
Production Regime, Business Influence, and Social
Welfare in China
Hao Chen, Boston University
Public Service Uptake in Multiethnic China
Sara A. Newland, The Harvard Kennedy School
Rain, Heat, and Violence: Microlevel Evidence
from Indonesia
Patrick Signoret, Princeton University
Reparations after Human Rights Violations: The
Role of Violence
Paula Mukherjee, University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill; Claire Greenstein, University of North
Carolina, Chapel Hill
Social Pressure and Protest Participation During the
2011 Egyptian Revolution
Rebecca Mix Bryan, University at Buffalo
Understanding Burma/Myanmars Political
Development
Tun Myint, Carleton College

Poster Session: Comparative Politics of


Developing Countries: Institutions and
Development
Dubious Models of the Future? Middle Eastern
Migration Regimes in Global Context
Justin Gest, George Mason University; Anna
Katherine Boucher, University of Sydney
Exposure to Trade and the Transformation of
Agrarian Society
Don Leonard, Tulane University
Foreign Aid Shocks and the Brain Drain
Jikuo Lu
Institutional Selection in Post-2001 Afghanistan
Marina Omar, University of Mary Washington
Institutions in Translation: Governing the Chinese
Stock Market
Allison Elizabeth Carroll Goldman, University of
Toronto
Internet, Political Instability and Foreign Direct
Investment Inflows
Surachanee Sriyai, Texas Tech University
Legacy Institutions: A Concept for When
Traditional and Informal Do Not Fit
Paul Thissen
26 POSTER SESSIONS

Manipulated Elections as Legitimation Strategy in


Non-Democratic Regimes
Nicholas Kerr, University of Alabama; Anna
Luehrmann
Migrant Bargaining Power and the Role of Firms in
Welfare
Trevor Johnston, Harvard Kennedy School of
Government
Opposition Forces and Destruction Chain: Egypts
2011 Securitization Strategy
Engy A. Moussa, Qatar University
Partition, Migration, and Ethnic Identities: Evidence
from Sudan
Bernd Beber, New York University; Philip Roessler,
College of William & Mary; Alexandra Scacco,
New York University
Political Crowding Out? Consequences of FDI for
Institutional Performance
James Conran
Rethinking Development and the Informal Economy
in the Global South
Stacey-Ann Wilson, University of the West Indies,
Mona
Rights, Money or Emotion: Disruptive Incidents in
Medical Disputes in China
Jing Zhang
Sisters Doing it for Themselves: Women
Independents in the Middle East
Bozena Christina Welborne, Smith College
Spending for Stability: Authoritarian Regimes and
Education
Fabiana Sofia Perera, George Washington
University
The Dragons Curse? Chinese Aid and Corruption
in Tanzania
Samuel Brazys, University College Dublin
The Effects of Foreign Direct Investment on Protests
in Developing Countries
Olena Nikolayenko, Fordham University
The Electoral Support for Pro-Poor Income Growth
in Latin America
Santiago Lpez-Cariboni, Catholic University of
Uruguay; Rosario Queirolo, Universidad Catlica
del Uruguay
The Financial Statecraft of Debtors: African
Sovereigns and Diversified Finance
Alexandra Olivia Zeitz, University of Oxford
The Impact of International and Colonial Institutions
on Overall Development
Stephen Michael Bagwell, University of Georgia

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The Influence of National Parliaments on
Caribbean Integration
Paul C. Clement, FIT-State University of New York
The Net Effect of Institutionalized Autocracy:
Internet Access in Dictatorships
Elizabeth A. Stein, Institute of Social and Political
Studies, State University of Rio de Janeiro
The New Politics of Patents in Development: The
Second Image Reversed, Revisited
Kenneth Shadlen, London School of Economics
Too Affluent to Vote? Evidence from 2015 Urban
Grass-root Election at Beijing
Ciqi Mei, Tsinghua University; Zhilin Liu, Tsinghua
University

Poster Session: Constitutional Law &


Jurisprudence
Deciding Not to Decide: Cert. Denials and the 1st
Amendment
Brandon Thomas Metroka, Syracuse University
Diffusion of Judicial Independence in New
Democracies
Yong-il Moon, George Washington University
Judicial Review, Supermajorities, and Supreme
Court Polarization
Jonathan Hensley
Mapping the U.S. Constitution
James ben-Aaron
Political Disagreements and Judicial Decision-making
Tanya Bagashka; Lydia Brashear Tiede, University
of Houston

Poster Session: Elections and Voting Behavior


Candidate Appearance and Attack Advertising
Kevin K. Banda, University of Nevada, Reno; Jason
H. Windett, Saint Louis University
Cross Pressured Voters and Voting
Kyle Endres, The University of Texas at Austin;
Costas Panagopoulos, Fordham University
Designed to Win: The Visual Identities of American
Presidential Candidates
Thomas J Billard, University of Southern California;
Ruthie Kelly
Do Americans Respond to Presidential Pork?
Marcos Menchaca, University of California, Los
Angeles
Effects of Political TV Ads on Voter Turnout: A PostCitizens United Study
Elena Llaudet, Harvard University; Michael M.
Franz, Bowdoin College
Emotions and Voting for the Status Quo
Armando Nicolas Meier

Felon Disenfranchisement and Voter Turnout


Emily Beaulieu, University of Kentucky; Bridgett
King, Auburn University
iVote: E-Democracys Effect on Voter Turnout in the
2012 Presidential Election
Marty Patrick Jordan, Michigan State University;
William Samuel Isaac, Michigan State University
Partisans Projection Biases under External Threat:
Comparing the US and Korea
Jeeyoung Park, Stony Brook University; Kiyoung
Chang, University of Notre Dame
Personal Politicians: Strategic Use of Biography in
Congressional Campaigns
Stephen N. Goggin, University of California,
Berkeley
Preferences over Politicians Personal Attributes
Across Electoral Systems
Yusaku Horiuchi; Daniel M. Smith, Harvard
University; Teppei Yamamoto, Massachusetts
Institute of Technology
Terror Attacks & Retrospective Voting
Graig R. Klein, New Jersey City University
The Consequence of Election Timing
Vladimir Kogan; Stephane Lavertu, The Ohio State
University; Zachary F. Peskowitz, Emory University
The Electoral Consequences of Ambiguity for U.S.
Presidential Candidates
Christine Cahill
When Labor Goes Away, Who is Left?: Race,
Class, and U.S. Voter Turnout
Laura Bucci, Indiana University, Bloomington

Poster Session: European Politics and Society


How France Handles Hate Speech: Judicial
Decision-making in the French High Court
Erik J. Bleich, Middlebury College
Identity & Human Rights in Eastern Europe
Catherine Scott, Cornell University
Norms as Incomplete Contracts: Contesting
Ambiguous Norms after EU Enlargement
Martijn Mos, Cornell University
Productive Parochialism: Regionalist Parties and
Social Spending in Spain
Elissa Berwick, MIT
Re-Imagining Europe: European Unity in a PostFederalist Era
Brent F. Nelsen, Furman University
Strength without Numbers: The Political Influence of
Europes Farmers
Alice Ciciora
The Political Economy of Anti-Immigrant Parties
Winston Chou, Princeton University
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The Space Between: The Attitudinal Effects of


Unequal Institutions
Brett Meyer, Columbia University; Alexandra
Cirone, London School of Economics; Columbia
University, New York
The Transformative Power of Leadership: Four Case
Studies of Angela Merkel
Sarah Elise Wiliarty, Wesleyan University

Poster Session: Experimental Research


Corruption as a Criminal Network: Theory and
Evidence from the Lab
Romain Reda Ferrali, Princeton University
Mini-publics and Public Opinion: Two Surveybased Experiments
Shelley Boulianne, MacEwan University
Network Effects, Riskiness, and Cooperation
Norms: A Lab-in-the-field Study
Christine Gutekunst, Maastricht University
Taxes, Windfalls and Accountability: A
Behavioralist Perspective
Pedro Luis Rodriguez; Rodolpho Bernabel, New
York University
The Paradox of Confrontation: Experimental
Evidence on the Effects of Protests
Cassilde Schwartz, University College London
Poster Session: Federalism and
Intergovernmental Affairs
Dodging Dillon: Cooperation and Conflict between
States and Local Governments
Adam Eckerd, Virginia Tech
State Nullification of Federal Law: A Call for
Constitutional Change
Ilaria Di Gioia, Birmingham City University; Anne
Richardson Oakes, Birmingham City University
States and the Common Core: An Analysis of State
Experiences with Common Core
Matthew Allen Malone, Auburn University
The Causes of Political Decentralization
Peter G. Johannessen, Princeton University
The Unintended Consequences of Local Activism
Under Federalism
Min Hee Go, CUNY Brooklyn College
Poster Session: Foreign Policy
Blocking Issues: When Does a Bilateral Issue
Impede Cooperation?
Benjamin Bartlett
Chinas Motivation for Participation in UN
Peacekeeping Operations
Sunghee Cho, Syracuse University
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Diverted from the Correct Vote? Foreign Policy


Influence on Electoral Behavior
Nicholas Martini, University of Iowa
Evaluating the Effectiveness of Public and Private
Diplomatic Signals
Azusa Katagiri, Stanford University; Eric Min,
Stanford University
Justifying War: Presidential Rhetoric and Support
for Military Action
Sarah Maxey, Cornell University
Latin American Organizations Cast Small Powers
as Mediators
Mariana S. Leone, Universidad Autnoma de
Madrid
Reforming toward a Calmer Sea? The Source of
China-involved Incidents in the SCS
Ronan Tse-min Fu, University of Southern
California; Phoebe Mengxiao Tang, University
of Southern California; Yu-Ting Lin, University of
Southern California
Region, Reach, Rivalry, and Diversionary
Opportunity
Dennis M. Foster, VMI; J. Patrick Rhamey, Virginia
Military Institute
The Examination of Arab Attitudes towards Iran
and Saudi Arabia
Alireza Raisi
Threat Perception of People in Authoritarian
Countries against Democracies
Youcheer Kim, State University of New York

Poster Session: Formal Political Theory:


Developments in Formal Political Theory
Committees and Distortionary Vagueness
Nicole Rae Baerg, University of Mannheim; Colin
Krainin, Princeton University
Congressional Policies, Bureaucratic Implementation
Peter Bils
Export Lobbies, Trade Competition, and
International Conflict
Tyson Chatagnier, University of Houston
How Irreversibility Affects Emissions and Solar
Radiation Management
Aseem Kumar Mahajan
Social Expectations and Uninformed Leadership:
How Bouazizi Started a Revolution
Mauricio Fernandez Duque, Harvard Kennedy School
Poster Session: Foundations of Political Theory:
New Research
Young Thugs: Childhood, Criminality, and
Violence Against Black Youth
Toby Rollo, University of British Columbia

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A Democratic Theory of Self-Determination


Minh V Ly, Princeton University
Affect as Grounds for a Critical Public Reason
Aberdeen Berry
Antigone: A Tragedy of Human and Divine Law
Karen Taliaferro, Princeton University
Asian Thought and the Self-Reliant Citizen:
Emerson on Cross-Cultural Inquiry
Lincoln Rathnam
C. B. Macpherson and The Rise of the Far-right in
Europe
Karl Arvid Dahlquist, York University
Conscientious De-Democratization: Reconnecting
Neo- to Political Liberalism
Colin Kielty, University of Virginia
Crisis and the State: Claus Offes Theory and the
Current Transformation
Jens Borchert, University of Frankfurt; Stephan
Lessenich
Hannah Arendt, Tragedy, and the Public
Appearance of Death
Elizabeth Barringer
Hegel and Tocqueville on the American State
James Tussing, University of Notre Dame
Pluralizing Europe: A Reconceptualization from the
Periphery
Brendon Westler, Indiana University
Setting up an Ontological Interpretation of the
Phenomenon of Being-Political
Fernando Romero, Johns Hopkins University
The Value of Normative Freedom
Harrison Frye, University of Virginia
Theorizing the Ethics of Forced Migration Beyond
the State
Kiran Banerjee, University of Toronto
Uncertain Threats of Environmental Harm and
Obligations of Due Care
Lev Szentkirlyi, University of Colorado
What is at Stake in Discussing a Human Right to
Democracy?
Yunjeong Choi
Whose Apology? Apology as Recognition and the
Boundaries of Membership
Caitlin Tom, University of California, Berkeley

Poster Session: Health Politics and Health Policy:


The Politics of Health Care Delivery: Who Gets
Care (and Why)?
Obamacare Everywhere: The Politics of Policy
Intervention in the Submerged State
Sean Miskell, Georgetown University

Out of Sight, Out of Mind? Privatization, Medicaid


Reporting and Political Trust
Ashley Tallevi, University of Pennsylvania
Refugee Resettlement and Assimilation, and the
Role of Mental Health Care
Aubrey Leigh Grant, George Mason University
Services at What Price? The Effect of Ethnic
Diversity on Service Quality
Jessica Pickett; Emmerich Davies

Poster Session: Human Rights


A Study of the Implementation of Gender-Based
Violence Norms in Africa
Peace A. Medie
Amnesty International and the Politics of Sovereign
Independence
Swati Srivastava, Northwestern University
Criminalization of Civilizations Castoffs v.
Constructive Collaboration
Alyssa Webb, University of Connecticut
Enabling Justice? State Cooperation with the
International Criminal Court
Franziska Boehme, Syracuse University
Human Rights Reporting Bias
Susan Caldwell Mulesky, University of Southern
California
The Audience of Repression: Killings and
Disappearances in Pinochets Chile
Jane Esberg, Stanford University
The Role of Reputation in Human Right Institution
Adoption
Ryan M Welch, Arizona State University
Watch-lists, Sanctions, Trials: Can Child Soldiering
by Rebel Groups be Curbed?
Jennifer Anne Mueller
Poster Session: Information Technology & Politics
Evaluations About and Responses to Risks of
Online Political Engagement
Aysenur Dal, The Ohio State University
Power, Ideology and Digital Media: Case Study
Daesh
Jamileh Kadivar
Sinister Side of the Web: Principal-agent Model of
the Hacker-Government Contract
Nadiya Kostyuk, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Trolling Twitter: Social Network Polarization in the
2016 GOP Primary Elections
Eric C. Vorst
Who Influences the Twitter Event Stream? Partisan
Streams in the #SOTU Address
Sebastian Stier, GESIS Leibniz Institute for the
Social Sciences
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Poster Session: International Collaboration
Changing the Rules to Win: International Financial
Reporting Regulation
Blair Niece, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign
Do Specialized Aid Agencies Actually Promote
Development?
Katherine Vera Bryant, Texas A&M University
Health Systems and the Efficacy of International
Institutions
Tracy Kuo Lin, University of California, San
Francisco
International Agreements and Buying Partners
against Transnational Terrorism
Henry Pascoe, University of Texas at Austin
Obstructing Integration: the European Court of
Justice and Domestic Veto Players
Lauren Peritz, University of California, Davis
Refugees and the UN Security Council
Moritz Marbach
Robust Commitments or Impotent Promises:
Variation in Treaty Ratification
Shaina Western, University of Oxford
Who Protects Natural Areas and Why? A CrossCountry Analysis
Darren G. Hawkins, Brigham Young University
Why Dictators Trade: The Origins of Autocratic
Trade Agreements
Susanne Mueller-Redwood, University of
Wisconsin-Madison
Poster Session: International History and Politics
Hierarchies Based on Ideational Power as the
Constant in Historical East Asia
Han-Hui Hsieh, University of Southern California
Johann Ewald, The American Revolution, and the
Origins of Counterinsurgency
Joseph MacKay, Columbia University
Socialization and Hegemonic Authority: Korea
under Chinese Hegemony
In Young Min, University of Southern California
Steppes to Success: Reassessing the Political
Dynamics of Nomadic Regimes
Daniel Smith, University of Maryland
Poster Session: International Political Economy
Buying Access: Host Country Corruption and
International Investment
Andrey Tomashevskiy, Washington University in St.
Louis
Chinas Aid Cycle
Tomoya Sasaki
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Do Conflicts Deter or Attract Foreign Direct


Investment? A Quasi Experiment
Hye Sung Kim, Emory University; Jeheung Ryu,
University of Rochester
How Does Partisan Politics Affect Transfer Pricing
Regulation?
Mi Jeong Shin, Washington University in St. Louis
Insulating for Investment: Regulatory Politics and
FDI in Public Infrastructure
Andrew F. Hart, University of Colorado-Boulder
Mass Mobilisations under IMF Programs: Labour
(Im)mobility and Conditionality
Saliha Metinsoy
The Effect of Legal Traditions on Greenfield
Investment and M&As
Youngchae Lee
The High-Skilled Immigration Visa Game
Neil G. Ruiz
The Impact of Diaspora Investments. A Survey of
FDI in Tunisia
Daniel Naujoks, Columbia University
The Impact of Domestic Reforms on Chinese SOEs
Overseas Expansion Strategies
Wendy Leutert; Youyi Zhang
Where You Work Is Where You Stand: A FirmBased Theory of Trade Opinion
Haillie Na-Kyung Lee; Yu-Ming Liou, Georgetown
University

Poster Session: International Security


A Vote for Freedom? The Effects of Partisan
Electoral Interventions on Democracy
Dov H. Levin, Carnegie Mellon University
Chinas Institutional Balancing to the International
Order
Kai He, Griffith University
Civil War Outcome and Institutional Change
Adrian Arellano, University of Michigan
Clausewitz and the Offence/Defence Balance
Mathias Ormestad Frendem, University of Oxford/
Harvard University
Concessions and Negotiations with Armed NonState Actors
Claire Tam, University of California, Berkeley
Constructivism and Rule-Following Skepticism in IR
Theory
Joseph MacKay, Columbia University
Covert Action and Audience Costs During the
Soviet Invasion of Afghanistan
Andrew Scott Bowen, Boston College
Democratic Transition and The Deadly Power of
Armed Groups Alliance Behavior
Irina A. Chindea, Harvard Kennedy School

POSTER SESSIONS




Do Ethnic & Nonethnic Civil Conflicts Have the


Same Effects? A Bayesian Analysis
Richard McAlexander, Columbia University
Do They Mean It?: Sincerity and the Limits of
Humanitarian Justifications
Sarah Maxey, Cornell University
Forced Migration and the Logic of Population Control
Fouad Pervez, Georgetown University; Cyrus
Mohammadian, University of Southern California
Foreign Policy and International Public Opinion
during Crises
Thomas Jamieson, University of Southern California
Market for Access: Outside Options and
Bargaining for Power Projection
Brian Blankenship, Columbia University; Renanah
Faith Miles
Network Analysis of Militant Factionalism in the
Syrian Civil War
Emily K. Gade, University of Washington; Michael
Gabbay, University of Washington; Mohammed
M. Hafez, Naval Postgraduate School
Promises Under Pressure: Reassurance and BurdenSharing in U.S. Alliances
Brian Blankenship, Columbia University
Rebels Without Borders: Examining the Spread and
Success of Rebel Movements
Silvana A. Toska
Strategies of State Accommodation and The
Occurrence of Intraethnic Conflict
Fanglu Sun, Rice University
The Strategic Logic of Military Transfers
Marc Toby Grinberg, Stanford University
To Balance or Not to Balance: How States Respond
to Potential Hegemons
Mathias Ormestad Frendem, University of Oxford/
Harvard University

Poster Session: International Security and Arms


Control
Alls Unfair in Love and War: Small Allies and
Patron-Adversary Rapprochement
Audrye Y. Wong, Princeton University
Gambling for Resurrection vs. Bleeding the Army:
Explaining Risk in Failing Wars
Shawn Cochran
Maos China Opposing Nonproliferation A
Rational Policy with an Ideological Mask
Hongyu Zhang, University of Georgia
NGOs and Arms Control: From Banning Mines to
Killer Robots and Nuclear Weapons
Margarita H. Petrova, Institut Barcelona dEstudis
Internacionals (IBEI)

Nuclear Latency and the Role of Leaders


Molly Berkemeier
Private Contract, Public Violence: PMC violence in
the Iraq War
Austin Knuppe, Ohio State University
Signaling Deterrence: Coercive Statecraft and the
Global Weapon Transfer Network
Jennifer Spindel, University of Minnesota
The New Regional Order? China, the United
States, and East Asian Security
Kenneth J. Boutin, Deakin University
The Role of Confidence-Building Measures in the
Western Pacific
David W. Kearn, Saint Johns University
Poster Session: Law and Courts
Bounding Democracy Through the Courts: the Case
of Mexicos Electoral Tribunal
Jos Luis Enriquez, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Criminal Justice Practice and Homicide:
Subnational Evidence from Mexico
Erin Terese Huebert, University of Colorado, Boulder
Deference to Whom? The Importance of Certainty
in Executive Preferences
Thomas Gray, University of Virginia
Disenchantment with the Rule of Law: Legal Agency
and Informal Justice in DRC
Holly Matthew Dunn
Forging Global Judicial Independence: National
Bias & Institutional Preference in ICJ
Yong-il Moon, George Washington University
Gender and Justices: Behavior During Oral
Arguments and Case Outcome
Joseph L. Smith, University of Alabama; Dana
Patton, University of Alabama
Should We Call for the Solicitor General?
Sinead Redmond, University of Michigan
The Mystery of Fisher II and Supreme Courts Futile
Attempt at Control
Peter R. Yacobucci, Buffalo State College
While Marriage Was Won: Examining the Priority
Setting and Tactical Choices of LGBTQ Legal
Organizations
David L. Jones, University at Albany SUNY

Poster Session: Legislative Studies


Campaign Finance Transparency and Legislative
Candidate Performance at the Polls
Abby K. Wood; Christian R. Grose, University of
Southern California
Chamber Competitiveness, Polarization, and
Candidate Decisions to Run for Office
Jacob Forrest Harrison Smith
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How Do Interest Groups Seek Access to


Committees?
Alexander Fouirnaies, Nuffield College; Andrew B
Hall, Stanford University
In Pursuit of Power: The Effects of Competition for
Congressional Control
Jeremy Gelman, University of Michigan
Institutional Change and Floor Speech in the U.S.
Congress
David A. Gelman, University of Rochester
Negative Representation in the U.S. House
Jennifer L. Brookhart, University of Wisconsin,
Madison; Regina Wagner
Policy Typology and Co-sponsorship: A Study of
Taiwan Legislative Yuan
Chien-Shih Huang
Remedy or Not? Social Movements to
Representative Deficit
Da-Chi Liao, National Sun Yat-sen University
The Role of Organized Party Factions in Driving
Institutional Reform in Congress
Emily Baer, University of Minnesota

Poster Session: Migration and Citizenship


A Network Approach to Studying Immigrants
Political Participation
Sara Pavan, Queens University
Localized Citizenships: Defining Sub-national
Citizenship in China
Samantha Vortherms, University of Wisconsin,
Madison
Measuring Party Positions on Immigration
Kimberly Twist, University of California, Irvine
The Neighborhood Effect: Liberians Civic
Engagement in New York and Minnesota
Janet Elizabeth Reilly, Sarah Lawrence College
The Ties that Blind: Settlers and Reactionary
Political Violence
Lachlan McNamee
Poster Session: New Political Science: Activism,
Race, and Political Identity in an Era of
Neoliberalism
Decentering Our Political Selves: The New Political
Subject in Uncertain Times
Chelsea DeCarlo, Colorado State University
Race, Imperialism, and Regional Alignment:
Bargaining and Leveraging for Power
Vanessa Quince, University of Washington;
Stephen Winkler, University of Washington
Social Movements and the New Spirit of Capitalism
Blair Taylor
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The Affect of Veteran Activism


Benjamin Thomas Grant Schrader, Colorado State
University
The New Politics of Labor: An Ethnographic Study
of an Alt-Labor Organization
Biko Koenig

Poster Session: Normative Political Theory


Acknowledgment as an Idiom for Theorizing Latino
Politics
Anthony Badami, University of Chicago
Arendts Cave: Rethinking the Relation Between
Theory and Practice.
Lucas Entel, Yale University
Good Ways of Being Passive
Michael Kenneth MacKenzie, University of
Pittsburgh; Alfred Moore, University of Cambridge
Have Indigenous Rights Always Existed?
Timothy P. Waligore, Pace University
Paternalism and the Autonomy Interests of
Children
Samantha Godwin
Political Ethics
Chad Lavin, University at Buffalo
Political Theory and the Activist Turn of the 1960s
Jason Toby Reiner, Dickinson College
Practicing Justice: Impartiality as Democratic
Listening
Jacob Garrett
Rawls Kantian Fraternity-Difference Principle
Correspondence
Adam Scott Kunz, University of California, Davis
Sufficientarianism for the Desperately Badly Off
Anders Herlitz
The Aesthetics of Nature: Theoretical Foundations
For Environmental Action
Eric Rosset, University of Toronto
The Audacity of Anonymous
Ashley Elizabeth Gorham
The Feminization of Political Alternatives in the
Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
Noa Balf, University of Maryland College Park
The Insurance Approach to Climate Change
Ross Mittiga, University of Virginia
The Widest Public is the Wisest: Diversity, Voting,
and Epistemic Democracy
Kevin J. Elliott, Columbia University
Why No One Is Free while Others Are Oppressed:
The Authority of Injustice
Thomas J. Donahue, Haverford College

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Poster Session: Political Communication
Beyond the Bars: Elite and Media Framing of
Prisoner Treatment at Guantnamo Bay
Kristen Traynor, Kent State University
Communication Density, Conflict and Military
Intervention
Min Jeong Kim, University of Illinois at Chicago
Deliberative Signals: Incivilitys Role in Highlighting
Anti-Democratic Rhetoric
Emily Sydnor
Does Screen Size Matter? Making Trait Inferences
on Mobile Devices
Lena Masch, University of Trier
Personalization of Politics: A Novel Method to
Explain Media Coverage Patterns
Ana Ines Langer, University of Glasgow
Presidential Particularism and Congressional Credit
Claiming: An RD Design
Erin Cikanek, University of Michigan; Patrick Y. Wu,
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Sticks, Stones, and Words: Strategic Uses of
Propaganda as Tools of Rebellion
Sherry Zaks, University of California, Berkeley;
Roxanna Rachel Ramzipoor, University of
California, Berkeley
The Iran Nuclear Deal: How Global Power Relations
Shape Global News
Saif Shahin, The University of Texas at Austin; Pei
Zheng, The University of Texas at Austin
Trends in News Media Portrayals of the U.S.
Supreme Court
Leeann Bass
When Information Overcomes Predispositions:
Episodic Frames and Public Opinion
Thomas Jamieson, University of Southern California
Poster Session: Political Economy
BITs, the Credibility Threshold, and FDI
Terence Teo, Seton Hall University
Causal Estimation of Electoral System Effects on
Public Spending
Colleen Elizabeth Driscoll, Harvard University
FDI, Political Risk, and Private Infrastructure Projects
Srividya Jandhyala, ESSEC Business School
Globalization and Corruption: An Industry-Level Test
Dina Balalaeva, National Research University
Higher School of Economics; Evgeny Sedashov,
SUNY at Binghamton; Andrei Zhirnov
Greenfield or Acquisitions: Foreign Direct Investment
and US Industry Lobbying
Hak-Seon Lee, James Madison University
Institutional & Economic Mobilization in Russian
Party Politics 1906-17
Navid Hassanpour, Columbia University

Polarization and Inequality: Towards a Mechanistic


Account
Joanna Bryson; Nolan McCarty
Preference Formation, Demand Heterogeneity, and
Public Goods Provision
Neeraj Vimal Prasad, The Fletcher School, Tufts
University
The Illusion of Higher Education
Yeon Soo Park, Korea University

Poster Session: Political Methodology


A Graph Based Approach to Estimating Actor
Influence on Policy Decisions
Fin Bauer, Technical University of Munich
Common Space for Candidates across Districts and
Elections
Fang-Yi Chiou, Academia Sinica; Mau-Ting Lin,
National Taipei University
Estimating Signaling Games with Multiple Equilibria
Casey Crisman-Cox, University of Rochester;
Michael Gibilisco, University of Rochester
Field Experiment on the Impact of Issue Advocacy
on Media Coverage
Michael C. Dougal, University of California,
Berkeley
Gender Gap in Voter Turnout by Moon Age: A
Circular Data Analysis
Kentaro Fukumoto, Gakushuin University
Generalized Trust and Oxytocin: Validating Survey
Questions by Neuropeptides
Sebastian Oskar Lundmark, University of
Gothenburg; Peter Esaiasson, University of
Gothenburg; Andrej Kokkonen, University of
Gothenburg
Ideological Distance and Strategic Decision-Making
on the US Supreme Court
Alison Higgins, Texas A&M University
Synthetic Control Methods for Diffusion Outcomes
Yunkyu Sohn, University of California, San Diego
The Complex Voter: A Method for Determining
Dimensionality of Policy Space
Kevin McAlister, University of Michigan; Alejandro
Pineda, University of Michigan
Unpacking the Unknown: A Method for Deriving
Status Quo Distributions
Ryan J. Vander Wielen, Temple University
What If? A Method to Study Counterfactual Political
Behavior
Stephanie Dornschneider, Graduate Institute of
International and Development Studies; Nicholas
Wayne Henderson, Stanford University

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Poster Session: Political Networks
A Comparative Study of Local Water Policy
Networks in China and US
Hongtao Yi, The Ohio State University; Ramiro
Berardo, Ohio State University; Tao Chen, Huazhong
University of Science & Technology; Xiaolin Xu,
Huazhong University of Science & Technology
More Links, More Votes? Overlapping Ties and
Legislative Vote Shares in Brazil
Stefan J. Wojcik, University of Colorado, Boulder
Networks and Loyalties: Drivers of Military
Disobedience in the Sino-French War
Eric Hundman, University of Chicago
Poster Session: Political Organizations and Parties
A Space Irony: Political Parties, New Policy Areas,
and US Space Policy
Wendy Whitman-Cobb, Cameron University
Beyond Jacksonian Spoils: The Gilded Age
Transformation of Political Patronage
Jeffrey Broxmeyer
Beyond One-Party Rule: Factional Politics in
American Local Government
Peter Bucchianeri, Harvard University
Do Party Careers Matter for Party Switching? : Subnational Comparison in India
Ajit Phadnis, IIM Bangalore
Electoral Effects of Presidential Grassroots Lobbying
Organizations
Jonathan David Klingler, Institute for Advanced
Study in Toulouse
Quite Contrary: An Empirical Evaluation of
Libertarian-Republican Fusionism
C.M. Sukala, Louisiana State University; Gabriela
G. Vitela, Louisiana State University; Jacob Daniel
Ball, Louisiana State University
The Problem of Public Interest Participation in
Consumer Credit Regulation
Mallory SoRelle, Cornell University
The Run to Fund: How Political Parties Compete to
Fund Religious Organizations
Noa Cnaan-On, Duke University
Why do Republicans Nominate More Extremists?
Bradley T Spahn, Stanford University
Poster Session: Political Psychology
Changing Attitudes or Persistent Prejudice? Disgust
Toward LGBT People & Issues
Logan S. Casey, University of Michigan
Coping with Terrorism: Combining Behavioral and
Attitudinal Responses to Threat
Brianna A. Smith, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

34 POSTER SESSIONS

Flagging Democrats: The Authoritarian Disposition


and the Arab Spring
Matthew Ward, University of Houston
Inducing Hope for Peace: An Experimental
Intervention
Oded Adomi Leshem, George Mason University
Linguistics for Leaders: Party, Gender, and the
Subtle Cues that Give Them Away
Jennifer Jean Jones, University of California, Irvine
My Kind of Partisan - The Role of Party Leaders in
Shaping Partisanship
Alexa Bankert, University of Georgia
The Determined Motivated Reasoner: Issue
Dynamics in Presidential Campaigns
Benjamin R. Kantack, University of Illinois at
Urbana-Champaign
The Impact of Transitional Justice on Political Trust
Risa Kitagawa, Stanford University
The Role of the Information Environment in Partisan
Voting
Erik Peterson, Stanford University
Threat of Violence and Support for Strong Leadership
Anup Phayal, University of Kentucky

Poster Session: Political Science Education:


Transformative Experiences in and outside the
Classroom
Empowering Students through Teaching Activism
and Advocacy
Heather Heckel
Growing Voters & Political Media Literacy Skills:
Spin Room Simulation Activity
Jo-Anne Hart, Lesley University
What (More) Can Political Science Do To Educate
Democratic Citizens?
Jyl J. Josephson, Rutgers University-Newark
Poster Session: Political Thought and Philosophy:
Historical Approaches
Adornos Critique and Rescue of Liberal
Individualism
Fabian N. Arzuaga
Human History in Rousseau
John Harpham, Harvard University
Problem of Socrates and the Role of Political
Philosophy: Nietzsche and Strauss
Sungwoo Park, Seoul National University
Protreptic Strategies of The Art of Rhetoric and
Dilemmas of Liberal Democracy
Daniel DiLeo, Pennsylvania State University,
Altoona

POSTER SESSIONS

Rich Public and Poor Citizens: Machiavelli and the


Economic Question
Faisal Baluch, College of the Holy Cross
Tasteful Citizenship: Hume on the Role of Judgment
and Sentiment in Politics
Brianne Michelle Walsh Wolf, University of
Wisconsin, Madison
The Citizenship of Children: Civic Education Before
the Nation State
Alexandra Oprea, Duke University
The Paranoid Style of Tyranny: Rule, Faction, and
Emergent Equality
Jordan Jochim, Cornell University
The Politics of Rebirth in the Mortal World of
Machiavelli
Katherine Bermingham, University of Notre Dame
The Shattered Soul: Labor in the Digital Era
David Peter Palazzo
The Threat of Anomie Responses and Solutions in
Early Liberal Thought
Luise Papcke
Thomas Jefferson and the Intellectual Origins of
Herrenvolk Democracy
Michael Gorup, Cornell University
Two Concepts of Dignity: Isaiah Berlin and the
Seduction of Militant Liberalism
Aaron Gavin
What If They Dont Listen? Persuasion and Force in
Platos Republic
Colleen Mitchell

Poster Session: Politics of Communist and Former


Communist Countries Division
A Genealogy of Scientific Policy-Making in China
Yimin Li, The New School
Adaptation by Imitation: Governance Innovation by
Mutual Learning in China
Xiaohong Yu; Szu-chien Hsu
Agrarian Origins of Political Instability in Rural
Central Asia
Farhod Yuldashev, University of Pittsburgh
Blurring the Lines: Measuring Self-censorship in
China and Belarus
Dimitar D. Gueorguiev, Syracuse University;
Charles David Crabtree, Pennsylvania State
University
Foreign Media, Knowledge Elite and Repression
Strategies
Mengyang Zhao, New York University; Ye Wang
The Nationalist Capture Central European
Comparative Analysis
Hadas Aron, Columbia University

The Variation of Repression Intensity under


Authoritarianism
Ye Wang; Mengyang Zhao, New York University
Which Factors Drive Protest Behavior in the PostCommunist World Today?
Peter Chereson, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign

Poster Session: Presidents & Executive Politics


Immigration Policy in the 2016 Presidential
Nomination Process
Sean D. Foreman, Barry University
Prime Ministers, Core Executives, Governance and
Politics
Chris Eichbaum
Strategically Empty? Vacancies and Nomination
Delay in Presidential Appointments
Evan Haglund, US Coast Guard Academy
The Influence of Political Dynamics on Presidents
Critical Executive Orders
Gilbert David Nunez, University of Maryland
The Media and the Message: The Content of
Presidential Speeches and Tweets
James Michael McQuiston, The University of Akron Wayne College
The Priorities of a President: Understanding Policy
Attention
Rebecca Eissler, University of Texas, Austin
Poster Session: Public Administration
Citizen Participation and Decentralized Service
Delivery: The Case of Vietnam
Diep Thi Ngoc Duong, Department of Political
Science
Have Performance Agreements Improved Service
Delivery in Brazil?
Lorena Vinuela, Syracuse University
Performance Funding in Higher Education:
Exploring Unintended Consequences
Christopher Birdsall, American University
Tech-savvy Government? A Multi-agency Study of IT
Spending and Performance
Alex Ingrams, Rutgers University - Newark
The Influence of State Politics on Higher Education
Governance Structures
Tracey Bark, University of Oklahoma
Poster Session: Public Opinion
Citizenship Perceptions in Turkey
Bengi Ruken Cengiz, Sabanci University
Creating Complexity: Opinion Leaders Efforts to
Activate the Status Quo Bias
Andrew Tyner, University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill
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POSTER SESSIONS

Diminished Voices: Polling, the Press, and Minority


Representation
Shakari Byerly, University of California, Los Angeles
Exploring Political Polarization in Russia Using
Social Media Data
Daria Kharkina, National Research University
Higher School of Economic
Political Knowledge Batteries: Scaling and Best
Practices in Online Surveys
Douglas Ahler, University of California, Berkeley;
Stephen N. Goggin, University of California,
Berkeley
Public Opinion Polarization in Ecuador, Venezuela,
and Turkey
Orcun Selcuk, Florida International University
Question Format, Measurement Effects, and Voters
Evaluations of Party Leaders
Amanda Bittner, Memorial University of
Newfoundland
Television News Content Predicts Political
Knowledge
Robert Bond, The Ohio State University; Matthew
Sweitzer, The Ohio State University
The Politics Behind Perceptions of Political Bias
Omer Yair, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Poster Session: Public Policy: New Research on


Public Policies and Policymaking
A Policy Analysis Framework for Cyber Security
Operations
Amy Sliva, Charles River Analytics; Richard Andres
Accountability in Distance: The Political Economy
of Affordable Housing in China
Xin Sun
Assessing Representative Bureaucracy in the
Middle East
Ginger Silvera, Zayed University; Joana Stocker,
Zayed University
Citizen Perceptions of Corruption in the Public
Service
Nurgul R. Aitalieva, Indiana University-Purdue
University Fort Wayne
Ethnic Resistance to Language Policy in China
2001-2010
Lina Wang, University of Washington
Exploring Mid-level Bureaucracy: A Tentative
Typology
Pedro Cavalcante, University of Brasilia (UnB);
Gabriela Lotta, Federal University of ABC; Erika
Yamada
Oversight, Accountability, and Compliance in
Federal Corporations
Dana D. Dyson
36 POSTER SESSIONS

Redistribution or Recognition? Legislating the


Womens Issues in Croatia
Nikolina Jozanc, Faculty of Political Science
University of Zagreb
Registration Innovation: What Improves Voter List
Accuracy?
Holly Ann Garnett, McGill University
Rules Matter: Profit Repatriation and the Central
Banks Interest Rates Policies
Huan-Kai Tseng, George Washington University
The Politics of Trial and Error: Medicare
Demonstrations and Policy Change
Andrew S. Kelly, Johns Hopkins University; Philip
B. Rocco, Marquette University

Poster Session: Qualitative Methods


A Critical Realist Explanatory Framework Drawing
on a Grammar Model
Bruno Da Rocha Braga, Braslia Federal Institute of
Education, Science and Technology
The Case of Rome: Institutional Continuity and Change
in Early Principate Rome
Mattias Ottervik, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Poster Session: Race, Ethnicity, and Politics
California v. Texas: The Voter Initiative & the Politics
of Bilingual Education
Girma Elyot Alifeyo Parris, Rockefeller College of
Public Affairs & Policy at the University at Albany,
(SUNY)
Escaping Hispanophobia: Can Circular Migration
Improve Latino Immigrant Health?
Melina Juarez, University of New Mexico
How Facing Uncertainty Makes People Better
Citizens
Joe Roberto Tafoya, The University of Texas at
Austin
Issue Based or Partisan Voting? Vote Choice,
Immigration, & Group Consciousness
Angela Gutierrez, UCLA
Minority Representation and Local Engagement:
Gaining Credit for Informal Action
Erik Grant Hanson, University of California, Los
Angeles
Missing Black Americans and Representation in
Political Institutions
David Cottrell, University of Michigan; Michael C.
Herron, Dartmouth College; Javier M. Rodriguez,
University of Michigan; Daniel A. Smith, University
of Florida
Mobilizing the Opposition: Campaign Activity and
Minority Opponents
Hans J.G. Hassell, Cornell College

POSTER SESSIONS

Talking the Talk? Descriptive Representation of


Latinos and Congressional Speech
Michael S. Kowal, Bowdoin College

Poster Session: Ralph Bunche Summer Institute


Scholars Poster Session
Contributions in Politics: Congressman, Constituent
and Donor Ideological Relationships
Jose S. Gomez, SUNY Binghamton University
The Effect of Socioeconomic Factors on News
Media Source Preference and African American
Political Knowledge
Jasmine Jackson, Jackson State University
Its Not Women or Men, Its Balance
Heidi Obediente, University of Central Florida
Linked Fate and Latinos: Another American
Invention?
Renzo Olivari, James Madison University
Divided on Racial Lines: The Emergence of New
Racism in Modern Public Opinion
Danielle Russell, University of Connecticut
Racial Biases in Sentencing? A Comparative
Analysis of Sentence Length between African
American and White Women
Jasmine Smith, Indiana University
Beyond Victimization: Assessing Relief and
Recovery Under UNSCR 1325
Priscilla Torres, Loyola Marymount University
Poster Session: Religion and Politics
Where Do We Go From Here?: The Varying
Electoral Fates of Islamist Parties
Ashley Anderson; Gabriel Koehler-Derrick
Do Sheep Follow the Shepherds? Evangelical
Clergy Influence Cross-Nationally
Amy Erica Erica Smith, Iowa State University
Issue Attitudes and Issue Salience Among Liberal
Young Evangelicals
Jeremiah Castle, University of Notre Dame
Mass Attitudes about Muslim-American Candidates
Nazita Lajevardi, UCSD
Poster Session: Representation and Electoral
Systems
Bypassing Parliament: Why Proportional Elections
Produce Majoritarian Results
Mattan Sharkansky, Hebrew University of
Jerusalem
Constituency Diversity, Representation, and
Polarization in State Legislatures
Eric Hansen, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Female Political Representation and Prevalence of
Sexual Violence in the US
Susanne Schwarz, Harvard University

Narrow Representation? Racialized Issues and


Representation
Franchesca Victoria Nestor
Reforming Representative Democracies:
Determinants of Legislative Responsiveness
Miriam Sorace, Trinity College, Dublin

Poster Session: Science, Technology &


Environmental Politics
Cultural Influences on Taiwanese Perceptions of
Environmental Activism
Li-Yin Liu, Northern Illinois University; Brendon
Swedlow, Northern Illinois University
National Styles of Science? Political Correlates of
Science Funding
So Young Kim, KAIST
Policy Punctuation or Politics As Usual?: The
Dynamics of Science Policymaking
Rene J. Johnson, Rhodes College; Erin A Dolgoy,
Rhodes College
The Effects of Learning about Genopolitics
Alexandre Morin-Chass, Universit de Montral
The Inconvenient Truth of the Political
Environmental Cycle
Shiran Shen
Tweeting the Policy Narrative: The Case of
Environmental Policy Groups
Matthew Barnes, West Virginia University
Poster Session: Sexuality and Politics:
Comparative Case Studies in Gay Rights
Norms of Contention: Examining Nepali Public
Opinion on Sexual Norms
Sarah Rich-Zendel, University of Toronto
The Global Controversy: Polish Nationalism and
the LGBT Movement in Warsaw
Nawojka Lesinski
The Spread of Same-sex Unions Policies in Latin
America
Kelly Kollman, University of Glasgow; Inaki
Sagarzazu, Texas Tech University
Poster Session: State Politics and Policy: Politics
and Policy in the American States
Diversity and the State: Do Rules at the State Level
Hurt Local Governments?
Karin Kitchens, Georgetown University
Ideology and Learning in State Legislator Attention
to Policy Innovations
Daniel J. Mallinson, Stockton University; Charles
David Crabtree, Pennsylvania State University
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POSTER SESSIONS


Judicial Federalism, School Finance Decisions, and


Policy Learning
James C. Clinger, Murray State University
Quantifying Tradeoffs in Redistricting through
Clustering
Justin Levitt
Turning Out to Vote: Increased Costs for Minority
Voters at Polling Places
Patricia Posey, University of Pennsylvania

Poster Session: Teaching & Learning


Integration through Education? The Brko Model in
Post-war Bosnia-Herzegovina
Mary Kate Schneider, University of Maryland
Learning from What International Students Think
about Democracy
Catherine Bartch
Using Web Archives to Teach Climate Justice
Politics
Ted Perlmutter, Columbia University
Poster Session: The African Politics Conference
Group
The Impact of Voter Emigration on Party Survival:
Evidence from Zimbabwes ZANUPF
Chipo Dendere
Trust is a Must: The Impact of Political Trust on
Protest Behavior in Africa
Patience Kapfer, University at Buffalo
Voting for Social Protection: Evidence from Ghana
Rachel Strohm
Poster Session: The Politics of Advanced
Industrialized Countries
Norm Diffusion & Gender Equality - The Case of
Corporate Board Quotas
Malliga Och, Idaho State University
Now or Later: Tradeoffs in Implementation Among
European Union Member Sates
Jean Clipperton
Occasional Watchdogs or Coalition Pork?
Oversight and Policy in Coalitions
Christine S. Lipsmeyer, Texas A&M University;
Mallory E. Compton, Texas A&M University

38 POSTER SESSIONS

Poster Session: Urban and Local Politics


Market or Government? A Comparison of
Metropolitan Governance in Latin America
Jia Tian
Poster Session: Women and Politics
An Experimental Evaluation of the Effect of
Masculinity on Political Ambition
Sarah Oliver, St. Lawrence University
Gender Quotas and Their Long-Term Consequences
for Womens Political Careers
Yann Kerevel, Louisiana State University
How Gender & Newsroom Culture Shape Media
Framing of Violence Against Women
Holly Jeanine Boux, Georgetown University; Shirley
Adelstein, U.S. Office of Personnel Management;
Megan Ruxton, Colorado State University
Legal Strategies to Combat Violence against
Women in Politics in Latin America
Juliana Restrepo Sanin, Rutgers University
Legislative Patterns and Performance of Female
Legislators in East Asia
Jaemin Shim
Mayoral Office Prestige and the Intersectionality of
Gender and Race
Twyla Blackmond Larnell
Men and Gendered Advocacy in the European
Parliament, and Beyond
Mary Nugent
Reexamining the Link Between Descriptive
Representation and Political Efficacy
Katelyn E. Stauffer, Indiana University
The War on Women: An Analysis of American
Social Policies
Laura U. Schneider, Grand Valley State University
Why Do the Peacemakers Talk So Much About
War?
Madison V. Schramm, Georgetown University;
Alexandra Stark, Georgetown University
Womens Representation: Field Experiments from
Latin America and Europe
Zoila Ponce de Leon Seijas, University of North
Carolina, Chapel Hill; Gabriele Magni, University
of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

2016 APSA AWARDS


DISSERTATION AWARDS
Gabriel A. Almond Award
The Gabriel A. Almond prize is awarded annually for the
best dissertation in the field of comparative politics.
Award Committee:
Arthur Spirling, New York University (Chair)
Lisa Blaydes, Stanford University
Marc Howard, Georgetown University
Recipient: Dawn Teele, Yale University
Title: The Logic of Womens Enfranchisement: A
Comparative Study of the United States, France and the
United Kingdom
William Anderson Award
The William Anderson prize is awarded annually for
the best dissertation in the general field of federalism or
intergovernmental relations, state and local politics.
Award Committee:
Liesbet Hooghe, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
(Chair)
Yoshiko Herrera, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Shanna Rose, Claremont McKenna College
Recipient: Philip Rocco, University of California, Berkeley
Title: Reorganizing the Activist State: Conservatives,
Commissions, and the Politics of Federalism, 1947-1996

Helen Dwight Reid Award


The Helen Dwight Reid prize is awarded annually for the
best dissertation successfully defended during the previous
two years in the field of international relations, law, and
politics.
Award Committee:
Kristian Skrede Gleditsch, University of Essex (Chair)
Susan Hyde, Yale University
Paul Poast, University of Chicago
Recipient: Melissa Lee, Stanford University
Title: Mind the Gap? The International Sources of
Sovereignty and State Weakness
E.E. Schattschneider Award
The E.E. Schattschneider prize is awarded annually for the
best doctoral dissertation completed and accepted during
that year or the previous year in the field of American
government.
Award Committee:
Lina Newton, Hunter College (Chair)
Dan Hopkins, Georgetown University
Kent Portney, Texas A&M University
Recipient: Rachel Potter, University of Michigan
Title: Writing the Rules of the Game: The Strategic Logic of
Agency Rulemaking

Edward S. Corwin Award


The Edward S. Corwin prize is awarded annually for the
best dissertation in the field of public law.

Leo Strauss Award


The Leo Strauss prize is awarded annually for the best
dissertation in the field of political philosophy.

Award Committee:
Amy Steigerwalt, Georgia State University (Chair)
Gretchen Helmke, University of Rochester
Anthony Lang, University of St Andrews
Recipient: Jud Mathews, Yale University
Title: Constitutional Rights, Private Law, and Judicial
Power

Award Committee:
Jill Hargis, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
(Chair)
Leigh Jenco, London School of Economics
Lars Tnder, University of Copenhagen
Recipient: Matthew Longo, Yale University
Title: Sovereignty in the Age of Securitization: A Study on
Borders and Bordering in the United States after 9/11

Harold D. Lasswell Award


The Harold D. Lasswell prize is awarded annually for the
best dissertation in the field of public policy. The award is
co-sponsored by the Policy Studies Organization.
Award Committee:
Jennifer Clark, University of Houston (Chair)
Christian Breunig, University of Konstanz
Chris Koski, Reed College
Recipient: Brian Palmer-Rubin, University of California,
Berkeley
Title: Evading the Patronage Trap: Interest Organizations
and Policymaking in Mexico

Leonard White Award


The Leonard D. White prize is awarded annually for the
best dissertation successfully defended during the previous
two years in the field of public administration.
Award Committee:
Rosemary OLeary, University of Kansas (Chair)
Sergio Fernandez, Indiana University
Susan Miller, University of South Carolina
Recipient: Bruce Jones, University of Texas at Dallas
Title: An fMRI Study of the Reward Preferences of
Government and Business Leaders
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2016 APSA AWARDS


PAPER/ARTICLE AWARDS

BOOK AWARDS

Franklin L. Burdette/Pi Sigma Alpha Award


The Franklin L. Burdette/Pi Sigma Alpha prize is awarded
annually for the best paper presented at the previous years
annual meeting. The award is supported by Pi Sigma
Alpha.

Ralph J. Bunche Award


The Ralph Bunche Award is given annually for the best
scholarly work in political science that explores the
phenomenon of ethnic and cultural pluralism.

Award Committee:
Carol Nackenoff, Swarthmore College (Chair)
Jake Bowers, University of Illinois
Jonas Pontusson, University of Geneva
Recipients: John Voorheis, University of Oregon, Nolan
McCarty, Princeton University, Boris Shor, Georgetown
University
Title: Unequal Incomes, Ideology and Gridlock: How
Rising Inequality Increases Political Polarization
Recipient: Pablo Barber, New York University
Title: How Social Media Reduces Mass Political
Polarization: Evidence from Germany, Spain, and the U.S.
Heinz Eulau Award American Political Science
Review
The Heinz Eulau Award is awarded annually for the best
article published in the American Political Science Review
in the past calendar year. The award is supported by
Cambridge University Press.
Award Committee:
Aseem Prakash, University of Washington (Chair)
Michelle Dion, McMaster University
Martin Gilens, Princeton University
Recipients: Ariel White, Harvard University, Noah
Nathan, Harvard University and Julie Faller, Harvard
University
Title: What Do I Need to Vote? Bureaucratic Discretion
and Discrimination by Local Election Officials
Heinz Eulau Award Perspectives on Politics
The Heinz Eulau Award is awarded annually for the best
article published in Perspectives on Politics in the past
calendar year. The award is supported by Cambridge
University Press.
Award Committee:
Aseem Prakash, University of Washington (Chair)
Virginie Guiraudon, Sciences Po
Macartan Humphreys, Columbia University
Recipient: Rebecca Thorpe, University of Washington
Title: Perverse Politics: The Persistence of Mass
Imprisonment in the Twenty-first Century

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Award Committee:
Christina Greer, Fordham University (Chair)
Kanchan Chandra, New York University
Marc Helbling, Social Science Research Center WZB
Recipients: Marisa Abrajano, University of California,
San Diego and Zoltan Hajnal, University of California,
San Diego
Title: White Backlash: Immigration, Race, and American
Politics (Princeton University Press)
Gladys M. Kammerer Award
The Gladys M. Kammerer Award is given annually for the
best book published during the previous calendar year in
the field of U.S. national policy.
Award Committee:
Eleanor Powell, University of Wisconsin-Madison (Chair)
Sarah Anzia, University of California, Berkeley
Andrew Rudalevige, Bowdoin College
Recipients: Helen Milner, Princeton University and
Dustin Tingley, Harvard University
Title: Sailing the Waters Edge: The Domestic Politics of
American Foreign Policy (Princeton University Press)
Victoria Schuck Award
The Victoria Schuck Award is given annually for the best
book published on women and politics.
Award Committee:
Jill Vickers, Carleton University (Chair)
Fiona Mackay, University of Edinburgh
Shauna Shames, Rutgers University, Camden
Recipient: Sarah Deer, Mitchell Hamline School of Law
Title: The Beginning and End of Rape: Confronting Sexual
Violence in Native America (University of Minnesota Press)
Woodrow Wilson Foundation Award
The Woodrow Wilson Award is given annually for the
best book on government, politics, or international affairs.
The award, formerly supported by the Woodrow Wilson
Foundation, is sponsored by Princeton University.
Award Committee:
John Mollenkopf, City University of New York (Chair)
James Robinson, University of Chicago
Ashutosh Varshney, Brown University
Recipient: Prerna Singh, Brown University
Title: How Solidarity Works for Welfare: Subnationalism
and Social Development in India (Cambridge University
Press)

2016 APSA AWARDS


CAREER AWARDS
Distinguished Teaching Award
The APSA Distinguished Teaching Award honors the
outstanding contribution to undergraduate and graduate
teaching of political science at two- and four-year
institutions. The contribution may span several years or an
entire career, or it may be a single project of exceptional
impact.
Award Committee:
Sherri Wallace, University of Louisville (Chair)
Jacqui Briggs, University of Lincoln
Richard Holtzman, Bryant University
Recipient: Dewey Clayton, University of Louisville
John Gaus Award
The John Gaus Award and Lectureship honors the
recipients lifetime of exemplary scholarship in the joint
tradition of political science and public administration and,
more generally, recognizes and encourages scholarship in
public administration.
Award Committee:
Lael Keiser, University of Missouri (Chair)
Frances Berry, Florida State University
Dan Carpenter, Harvard University
Recipient: Rosemary OLeary, University of Kansas
Frank J. Goodnow Award
The Frank Johnson Goodnow Award was established by the
APSA Council in 1996 to honor service to the community of
teachers, researchers, and public servants who work in the
many fields of politics. Frank J. Goodnow, the first president
of the American Political Science Association, a pioneer in
the development of judicial politics, and former president
of Johns Hopkins University, is an exemplar of the public
service and volunteerism that this award represents.

Hubert H. Humphrey Award


The Hubert H. Humphrey Award is awarded annually in
recognition of notable public service by a political scientist.
Award Committee:
Raphael Sonenshein, California State University, Los
Angeles (Chair)
Anthony King, University of Essex
Les Lenkowsky, Indiana University
Recipient: Edwin Dorn, University of Texas at Austin
Ithiel de Sola Pool Award
The Ithiel de Sola Pool Award and Lectureship was
established in 1995 by the Association to honor the
memory and contributions of Ithiel de Sola Pool. The award
honors a scholar whose research explores a broad range
of fields pursued by Ithiel de Sola Pool including political
theory, political behavior, political communication, science
and technology policy, and international affairs.
Award Committee:
Danielle Vinson, Furman University (Chair)
Matt Baum, Harvard Kennedy School
Andy Gelman, Columbia University
Recipient: Robert Huckfeldt, University of California,
Davis
Carey McWilliams Award
The Carey McWilliams Award is given annually to honor
a major journalistic contribution to our understanding of
politics.
Award Committee:
Steve Livington, George Washington University (Chair)
Andrew Chadwick, Royal Holloway, University of London
Josh Tucker, New York University
Recipient: Alan Rusbridger, Oxford University and The
Guardian

Award Committee:
Anne Schneider, Arizona State University (Chair)
Richard Johnson, University of British Columbia
Tom Remington, Emory University
Recipient: Virginia Sapiro, Boston University

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2016 APSA ORGANIZED SECTION AWARDS


SECTION 01. Federalism &
Intergovernmental Relations
Publius, The Journal of Federalism Best Article
Award
This award is for the best article published in Publius, The
Journal of Federalism in the previous calendar year.
Award Committee: Michael Gusmano, Chair, The Hastings
Center; Paul Manna, College of William & Mary; Frank J.
Thompson, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Newark
Recipient: Gwen Arnold, University of California, Davis
Title: When Cooperative Federalism Isnt: How U.S.
Federal Interagency Contradictions Impede Effective
Wetland Management. Publius, The Journal of Federalism
45(2): 244-269.

SECTION 02. Law and Courts


Best Graduate Student Paper Award
The Best Graduate Student Paper Award is given annually
for the best paper on law and courts written by a graduate
student.
Award Committee: Justin Wedeking, Chair, University
of Kentucky; Martha Ginn, Augusta University; Morgan
Hazelton, St. Louis University; Matthew Hitt, Louisiana State
University; Alicia Uribe, University of Illinois
Recipient: Thomas Gray, University of Virginia
Title: Executive Influence on State Supreme Court Justices:
Strategic Deference in Reappointment.
Teaching and Mentoring Award
The Teaching and Mentoring Award recognizes innovative
teaching and instructional methods and materials in
law and courts. Examples of innovations that might
be recognized by this award include (but are not
limited to) outstanding textbooks, websites, classroom
exercises, syllabi, or other devices designed to enhance
the transmission of knowledge about law and courts to
undergraduate or graduate students.

lasting impression on the field of law and courts.


Award Committee: Ryan Owens, Chair, University
of WisconsinMadison; Chris Bonneau, University of
Pittsburgh; Gbemende Johnson, Hamilton College; Maya
Sen, Harvard University; Patrick Schmidt, Macalester
College
Recipients: Andrew D. Martin, University of Michigan
and Kevin M. Quinn, University of California, Berkeley
Title: Dynamic Ideal Point Estimation via Markov Chain
Monte Carlo for the U.S. Supreme Court, 1953-1999.
2002. Political Analysis. 10:134-153
Lifetime Achievement Award
The Lifetime Achievement Award is an award for a lifetime
of significant scholarship, teaching and service to the law
and courts field.
Award Committee: Susan Haire, Chair, University of
Georgia; Rachel Caufield, Drake University; Ken Kersch,
Boston College; David Law, University of Hong Kong;
Christine Nemacheck, College of William & Mary
Recipient: Lee Epstein, Washington University in St. Louis
Best Conference Paper Award
The Law and Courts Best Conference Paper Award
(formerly the American Judicature Society Award) is given
annually for the best paper on law and courts presented
at the previous years annual meetings of the American,
international, or regional political science associations.
Single and co-authored papers, written by political
scientists, are eligible. Papers may be nominated by any
member of the Section.
Award Committee: Paul Collins, Chair, University of
Massachusetts Amherst; Rachael Hinkle, University at
Buffalo; Scott Lemieux, College of St. Rose; Salmon
Shomade, University of New Orleans; Jeffrey Yates,
Binghamton University
Recipient: Jonathan P. Kastellec, Princeton University
Title: Empirically Evaluating the Counter-Majoritarian
Difficulty: Public Opinion, State Policy, and Judicial Review
Before Roe v. Wade

Award Committee: Richard Pacelle, Chair, University of


Tennessee; Jennifer Bowie, University of Richmond; Alyx
Mark, North Central College; Laura Moyer, University of
Louisville; Teena Wilhelm, University of Georgia

Best Journal Article Award


The Best Journal Article Award recognizes the best journal
article on law and courts written by a political scientist and
published during the previous calendar year.

Recipient: Susan Haire, University of Georgia

Award Committee: Lori Hausegger, Chair, Boise State


University; Drew Lanier, University of Central Florida;
Danny Lempert, State University of New York at Potsdam;
Kelly Rader, Yale University; Albert Yoon, University of
Toronto

Lasting Contribution Award


The Lasting Contribution Award is given annually for a
book or journal article, 10 years or older, that has made a
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Recipient: Rachael Hinkle, University at Buffalo
Title: Legal Constraint in the U.S. Courts of Appeals.
Journal of Politics 77(3):721-735
Law and Courts Service Award
The Law and Courts Service Award recognizes service to
the section in the literal sense, as in service on committees
and in leadership positions, as well as service within the
section, as in service to the profession within the field of
law and courts in the form of archiving data, promoting
infrastructure, representing the profession in the media, etc.
Award Committee: Matthew Hall, Chair, University of
Notre Dame; Bethany Blackstone, University of North
Texas; Rebecca Gill, University of Nevada, Las Vegas; Kirk
Randazzo, University of South Carolina; Susanne Schorpp,
Georgia State University
Recipient: Christine Harrington, New York University

SECTION 03. Legislative Studies


Richard F. Fenno Prize
In the tradition of Professor Fennos work, this prize is
designed to honor work that is both theoretically and
empirically strong. Moreover, this prize is dedicated
to encouraging scholars to pursue new and different
avenues of research in order to find answers to previously
unexplored questions about the nature of politics.
Award Committee: Craig Volden, Chair, University of
Virginia; Leslie Schwindt-Bayer, Rice University; Andrew
Taylor, North Carolina State University
Recipients: Sven-Oliver Proksch, McGill University and
Jonathan B. Slapin, University of Essex
Title: The Politics of Parliamentary Debate: Parties, Rebels
and Representation. Cambridge University Press, 2015
Carl Albert Dissertation Award
The Carl Albert Dissertation Award is given annually for
the best dissertation in legislative studies. Topics may be
national or subnational in focus on Congress, parliaments,
state legislatures, or other representative bodies.
Award Committee: Michael Barber, Chair, Brigham Young
University; Jennifer Clark, University of Houston; Jason
Windett, Saint Louis University
Recipient: Molly E. Reynolds, Brookings Institution
Title: Exceptions to the Rule: Majoritarian Procedures and
Majority Party Power in the U.S. Senate. University of
Michigan, 2015

CQ Press Award
The CQ Press Award for the best paper on legislative
studies presented at the previous years APSA Annual
Meeting.
Award Committee: Daniel Magleby, Co-chair, Binghamton
University; Pamela McCann, Co-chair, University of
Southern California; Ben Highton, University of California,
Davis
Recipients: John Voorheis, University of Oregon; Nolan
McCarty, Princeton University; Boris Shor, Georgetown
University
Title: Unequal Incomes, Ideology and Gridlock: How
Rising Inequality Increases Political Polarization.
Jewell-Loewenberg Award
The Jewell-Loewenberg Paper Award for the best article in
the Legislative Studies Quarterly in the previous year.
Award Committee: Barry Burden, Chair, University of
Wisconsin; Jason Casellas, University of Houston; Susan
Miller, University of South Carolina
Recipients: Janet Box-Steffensmeier, Ohio State
University; Josh M. Ryan, Utah State University; Anand
Edward Sokhey, University of Colorado at Boulder
Title: Examining Legislative Cue-Taking in the US Senate.
Legislative Studies Quarterly 40 (2015):13-53.
Alan Rosenthal Prize
In the spirit of Alan Rosenthals work, this prize is dedicated
to encouraging young scholars to study questions that
are of importance to legislators and legislative staff and
to conduct research that has the potential application to
strengthening the practice of representative democracy.
Award Committee: Gisela Sin, Chair, University of Illinois,
Urbana-Champaign; Sunil Ahuja, The Higher Learning
Commission; Seth Masket, University of Denver
Recipient: James M. Curry, University of Utah
Title: Legislating in the Dark. University of Chicago Press,
2015

SECTION 04. Public Policy


Aaron Wildavsky Enduring Contribution Award
The Aaron Wildavsky Enduring Contribution Award is
given for the best book or article published in the general
area of public policy during the past twenty (20) plus years.
Award Committee: Paul Quirk, University of British
Columbia; Ann Bowman, Texas A&M University; Isabela
Mares, Columbia University

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Recipient: Robert D. Putnam, Harvard University
Title: Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American
Community. Simon and Schuster, 2001
Best Comparative Policy Paper Award
Given to a scholar who has received his or her PhD within
the last five years and whose career to date demonstrates
unusual promise.
Award Committee: Karen Jusko, Stanford University; Brian
Min, University of Michigan; Jacinct Jordana Casajuana,
Pompeu Fabra University; Klaus Schubert, University of
Muenster; Zach Elkins, University of Texas at Austin
Recipients: Vladimir Gimpelson, Higher School of
Economics, Moscow and Daniel Treisman, University of
California, Los Angeles
Title: Misperceiving Inequality
Best Poster on Public Policy Award
The Best Poster on Public Policy Award is given for the
best paper or poster presented at the poster session at the
previous APSA meeting.
Award Committee: Sarah Anzia, University of California,
Berkeley; Hongtao Yi, The Ohio State University; Christian
Breunig, University of Konstanz; Edella Schlager, University
of Arizona
Recipient: Alexander Bolton, Duke University
Title: Ideological Diversity and Policymaking in the United
States
Recipients: Delphia Shanks-Booth and Mallory
SoRelle, Cornell University
Title: Information v. Ideology: Recognizing (Government)
Benefits in the Submerged State
Best Paper on Public Policy Award
The Best Paper on Public Policy Award recognizes the best
paper on Public Policy given at the previous APSA Annual
Meeting.
Award Committee: Samuel Workman, University of
Oklahoma; Jeronimo Cortina, University of Houston; R.
Kent Weaver, Georgetown University
Recipient: Daniel Galvin, Northwestern University
Title: Wage Theft, Public Policy, and the Politics of
Workers Rights
Theodore J. Lowi Policy Studies Journal Best
Article Award
The Theodore J. Lowi Policy Studies Journal Best Article
Award is given to recognize an article of particular
distinction published at any time in Policy Studies Journal.
Award Committee: Susan Moffitt, Brown University;
Graeme Boushey, University of California, Irvine; Laura
Evans, University of Washington
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Recipients: Megan E. Hatch, Cleveland State University


and Elizabeth Rigby, George Washington University
Title: Laboratories of (In)equality? Redistributive Policy and
Income Inequality in the American States Policy Studies
Journal. 43(2): 163-187. May 2015

SECTION 05. Political


Organizations and Parties
Emerging Scholars Award
Given to a scholar who has received his or her PhD within
the last five years and whose career to date demonstrates
unusual promise.
Award Committee: Christina Wolbrecht, Chair, University
of Notre Dame; Heath Brown, CUNY, John Jay College
and Graduate Center; Michael T. Heaney, University of
Michigan, Ann Arbor
Recipient: Samara Klar, University of Arizona
Jack Walker Award
The Jack Walker Award recognizes an article published
in the last two calendar years that makes an outstanding
contribution to research and scholarship on political
organizations and parties.
Award Committee: Florence Faucher, Chair, Science
Politique-Paris; Robert G. Boatright, Clark University; AnnKristin Klln, University of Gothenburg
Recipient: Noam Lupu, Vanderbilt University
Title: Brand Dilution and the Breakdown of PoliticalParties
in Latin America,World Politics 66, no. 4 (October
2014), 561602
Leon D. Epstein Outstanding Book Award
Recognizes a book published in the last two calendar years
that made an outstanding contribution to research and
scholarship on political organizations and parties.
Award Committee: Peter Francia, Chair, East Carolina
University; Marie Hojnacki, Pennsylvania State University;
Markus Wagner, University of Vienna
Recipients: Sven-Oliver Proksch, McGill Universityand
Jonathan B. Slapin, University of Essex
Title: The Politics of Parliamentary Debate: Parties, Rebels
and Representation. Cambridge University Press, 2015
Recipients: Michael T. Heaney, University of Michigan,
Ann Arbor and Fabio Rojas, Indiana University,
Bloomington
Title: Party in the Street: The Antiwar Movement and the
Democratic Party after 9/11. Cambridge University Press,
2015

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Samuel J. Eldersveld Career Achievement Lifetime
Award
Recognizes a scholar whose lifetime professional work has
made an outstanding contribution to the field.
Award Committee: Jeffrey M. Berry, Chair, Tufts University;
Paul Webb, University of Sussex; Hal Bass, Ouachita
Baptist University
Recipient: Kay L. Schlozman, Boston College

SECTION 06. Public Administration


John Gaus Award
The John Gaus Award honors the recipients lifetime of
exemplary scholarship in the joint tradition of political science
and public administration. The winner delivers the Gaus
Award at the Annual Conference. This year, the Gaus Lecture
is scheduled for 6:30 7:30PM on Friday, September 2nd,
followed by a reception, all at the conference in Philadelphia.

new light on important public administration questions, their


scholarly and methodological rigor and their promise for
advancing practice and theory development.
Award Committee: John Bryson, Chair, University of
Minnesota; Amanda Girth, Ohio State University; Amanda
Rutherford, Indiana University
Recipient: Jennifer Dodge, Rockefeller College,
University at Albany, State University of New York
Title: Technological controversies and emerging governance:
The case of fracking in New York and Pennsylvania.
Recipient: Sanghee Park, Boise State University,
Title: Cutback or Collaboration? Finding a tipping point
for saving without damaging performance.
Recipient: Agustin Leon-Moreta, University of New
Mexico
Title: Inequality and the Quality of Local Government in
the United States.

Award Committee: Lael Keiser, University of Missouri;


Frances Berry, Florida State University; Dan Carpenter,
Harvard University

Best Poster Award


Awarded for the best poster presented at the 2015 APSA
Conference.

Recipient: Rosemary OLeary, University of Kansas

Award Committee: Manny Teodoro, Texas A&M University


and Scott Robinson, University of Oklahoma

Herbert Kaufman Best Paper Award


Awarded to the best paper presented on a panel sponsored
(or co-sponsored) by the Public Administration section at the
previous APSA Annual Meeting.
Award Committee: Scott Robinson, University of Oklahoma;
Dominic Bearfield, Texas A&M University; Claudia
Avellaneda, Indiana University
Recipient: Asmus Leth Olsen, University of Copenhagen
Title: Negative Performance Information Causes
Asymmetrical Evaluations and Elicits Strong Responsibility
Attributions.
Herbert A. Simon Best Book Award
The Herbert A. Simon Book Award is for significant
contributions to public administration scholarship.
Award Committee: Rich Fording, University of Alabama;
Ann Bowman, Texas A&M University; Scott Lamothe,
University of Oklahoma
Recipient: Manuel Teodoro, Texas A&M University
Title: Bureaucratic Ambition: Careers, Motives, and
the Innovative Administrator. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins
University Press.
Paul A. Volcker Junior Scholar Research Grant
Award
Awarded to junior scholars researching public administration
issues that affect governance in the United States and
abroad. Proposals will be judged on their potential to shed

Recipients: Simon Haeder, Susan Webb Yackee and


Jason Webb Yackee, University of Wisconsin
Title: Coalition Drift? Congressional accountability and
government regulation, 1950-1987.

SECTION 07. Conflict Processes


Best Paper Award
This award is given annually for the best paper written
by one or more untenured scholars (graduate students,
post-docs, or faculty) and presented as part of a conflict
processes sponsored panel or poster session at the previous
Annual Meeting. Papers are eligible only if all authors are
untenured at the time the paper is presented. Nominations
must be made by a member of the Conflict Processes
section; self-nominations are encouraged.
Award Committee: Michael Colaresi, Chair, Michigan
State University; David B. Carter, Princeton University; Erica
Chenoweth, University of Denver
Recipient: Zachary C. Steinert-Threlkeld, University of
California, San Diego
Title: Spontaneous Collective Action: Peripheral Mobilization
during the Arab Spring. APSA Annual Meeting, 2015
Best Book Award
Given annually for the best book in conflict processes that
was published in the two calendar years prior to the year
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in which the award is given. Edited volumes and textbooks
are not eligible for the award. Nominations must be
made by a member of the Conflict Processes section; selfnominations are encouraged.
Award Committee: Lars-Erik Cederman, Chair, ETH
Zurich; Kyle Beardsley, Duke University; Zaryab Iqbal,
Pennsylvania State University
Recipient: Scott Strauss, University of Wisconsin
Title: Making and Unmaking Nations: The Origins and
Dynamics of Genocide in Contemporary Africa. Cornell
University Press, 2015

SECTION 08. Representation and


Electoral Systems
George H. Hallet Award
The George H. Hallett Award is presented annually to
the author of a book published at least ten years ago
that has made a lasting contribution to the literature on
representation and electoral systems.
Award Committee: G. Bingham Powell, Chair, University of
Rochester; Ken Kollman, University of Michigan; Susan E.
Scarrow, University of Houston
Recipient: Susan Stokes, Yale University
Title: Mandates and Democracy: Neoliberalism by Surprise
in Latin America. Cambridge University Press, 2001
Lawrence Longley Award
The Lawrence Longley Award is given for the best article
published in the previous year.
Award Committee: Guy Grossman, Chair, University of
Pennsylvania; Lucas Leemann, University College London;
Isabela Mares, Columbia University
Recipients: Rafaela M. Dancygier, Princeton University;
Karl-Oskar Lindgren, Uppsala University; Sven
Oskarsson, Uppsala University; Kre Vernby,
Stockholm University
Title: Why Are Immigrants Underrepresented in Politics?
Evidence from Sweden. American Political Science
Review, 2015
Leon Weaver Award
The Leon Weaver Award is given for the best paper
presented at the previous years annual meeting at a
panel sponsored by the Representation and Electoral
Systems Division.
Award Committee: Jonathan Slapin, Chair, University
of Essex; Justin Kirkland, University of Houston; Robin
Kolodny, Temple University

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Recipient: Amy Catalinac, New York University


Title: Positioning Under Alternative Electoral Systems:
Evidence From 7,497 Japanese Candidate Election
Manifestos.

SECTION 09. Presidents and


Executive Politics
Neustadt Award for the Best Book on the
Presidency
The Richard E. Neustadt Award is given for the best book
published during the year that contributed to research and
scholarship in the field of American presidency.
Award Committee: Julia Azari, Chair, Marquette University;
Joseph Pika, University of Delaware; Jon Rogowski,
Washington University, St. Louis; Mariah Zeisberg,
University of Michigan
Recipients: Douglas L. Kriner, Boston University and
Andrew Reeves, Washington University, St. Louis
Title: The Particularistic President: Executive Branch Politics
and Political Inequality, Cambridge University Press, 2015
The Legacy Award
The Legacy Award will be given to a living author for a
book, essay, or article, published at least 10 years prior to
the award year that has made a continuing contribution to
the intellectual development of the fields of presidency and
executive politics.
Award Committee: Raymond Tatalovich, Chair, Loyola
University of Chicago; Magna Inacio, Universidade Federal
de Minas Gerais, Brazil; Dan Ponder, Drury University;
Rebecca U. Thorpe, University of Washington
Recipient: Samuel Kernell, University of California, San
Diego
Title: Going Public: New Strategies of Presidential
Leadership. CQ Press, 1986
Founders Best Paper Award
The Founders Award honoring Lester Seligman will be
given for the best paper on executive politics authored by
a PhDholding scholar at the previous years (2015) APSA
Annual Meeting.
Award Committee: Janet Martin, Chair, Bowdoin College;
Andrew Dowdle, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville; Lilly
Goren, Carroll University; William Mayer, Northeastern
University
Recipient: Jasmine Farrier, University of Louisville
Title: Judicial Restraint and the New War Powers

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Founders Best Graduate Student Paper Award
The Founders Award honoring Stephen Wayne will be
given for the best paper on executive politics presented
by a graduate student at either the preceding years APSA
Annual Meeting or at any of the regional meetings.
Award Committee: Michelle Belco, Chair, University of
Houston; Graham Dodds, Concordia University, Montreal;
Joshua Kennedy, Georgia Southern University; Jeffrey
Peake, Clemson University
Recipient: Kenneth Lowande, University of Virginia
Title: Delegation or Unilateral Action?
George C. Edwards III Dissertation Award
The George C. Edwards III Dissertation Award is given for
the best dissertation in presidency research completed and
accepted during the previous two calendar years (January
1, 2014 December 31, 2015).
Award Committee: Matthew Beckmann, Chair, University
of California, Irvine; Lara Brown, George Washington
University; Anthony Madonna, University of Georgia
Recipient: Rachel Augustine Potter, University of
Michigan
Title: Writing the Rules of the Game: The Strategic Logic of
Agency Rulemaking

Excellence in Mentoring Award


The Society for Political Methodology Excellence in
Mentoring Award honors members of the Society for
Political Methodology who have demonstrated an
outstanding commitment to mentoring and advising
graduate and/or undergraduate studentsparticularly
those from underrepresented groups.
Award Committee: R. Michael Alvarez, California Institute
of Technology; D. Sunshine Hillygus, Duke University; F.
Daniel Hidalgo, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Recipient: Janet Box-Steffensmeier, Ohio State
University
Warren Miller Prize
Given for the best article in political analysis.
Award Committee: Neil Malhotra, Stanford University;
Megan Shannon, Colorado University; Arthur Spirling,
New York University; Thad Dunning, University of
California, Berkeley
Recipient: Pablo Barber, New York University
Title: Birds of the same feather tweet together: Bayesian
ideal point estimation using Twitter data. Political Analysis,
23(1): 76-91

SECTION 10. Political Methodology

Statistical Software Award


Recognizes statistical software that has made a significant
contribution to the advancement of political science.

Society for Political Methodology Poster Award


Recognizes the best political methodology poster given at
any political science conference in the preceding year.

Award Committee: Mike Ward, Duke University; Matt


Blackwell, Harvard University; Alexander Tahk, University
of Wisconsin

Award Committee: Erin Hartman, University of California,


Los Angeles; Richard Nielsen, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology; Shana Gadarian, Syracuse University; Karen
Jusko, Stanford University; Maya Sen, Harvard University

Recipients: Jirka Lewandowski, Nicolas Merz, Sven


Regel, and Pola Lehmann, Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin
fr Sozialforschung
Title: manifestoR: Access and Process Data and Documents
of the Manifesto Project

Recipient: Yuki Shirito, Princeton University


Title: Topical N-Gram Citation Model.
Recipient: Anton Strezhnev, Harvard University
Title: A New Method for Estimating Treatment Effects
under `Truncation-by-Death
Career Achievement Award
The Career Achievement Award honors an outstanding
career of intellectual accomplishment and service to the
profession in the Political Methodology field.
Award Committee: Robert J. Franzese, Jr., University
of Michigan; Wendy K. Tam Cho, University of Illinois,
Urbana-Champaign; Lonna Atkeson, University of New
Mexico; Kosuke Imai, Princeton University; Simon Jackman,
Stanford University
Recipient: Keith T. Poole, University of Georgia

Emerging Scholar Award


The Emerging Scholar Award honors a young researcher,
within ten years of their degree, who is making notable
contributions to the field of Political Methodology.
Award Committee: Josh Clinton, Vanderbilt University;
Adam Berinsky, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Jas
Sekhon, University of California, Berkeley
Recipient: Rocio Titiunik, University of Michigan, Ann
Arbor
Harold F. Gosnell Prize
The Harold Gosnell Prize recognizes the best work of
Political Methodology presented at a political science
conference in the previous year.
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Award Committee: Michael Peress, Stony Brook University;
Suzanna Linn, Pennsylvania State University; Brandon
Stewart, Princeton University
Recipients: Marc Ratkovic, Princeton University and
Dustin Tingley, Harvard University
Title: Sparse Estimation with Uncertainty: Subgroup
Analysis in Large Dimensional Designs.
John T. Williams Dissertation Prize
In recognition of John T. Williamss contribution to graduate
training, the John T. Williams Award has been established
for the best dissertation proposal in the area of political
methodology.
Award Committee: Justin Grimmer, Stanford University;
Matt Blackwell, Harvard University; Teppei Yamamoto,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Recipient: Dean Knox, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology
Title: Essays on Modeling and Causal Inference in
Network Data.

SECTION 11. Religion and Politics


Aaron Wildavsky Dissertation Award
Recognizes the best dissertation on religion and politics
successfully defended within the last two years.
Award Committee: Hanna Lerner, Chair, Tel Aviv University;
Amelie Barras, York University; Robert Braithwaite,
Michigan State University
Recipient: Shoaib A. Ghias, UC-Berkeley.
Title: Defining Sharia: The Politics of Islamic Judicial Review.
Honorable Mention: Alicia D. Forster, University of Florida.
Title: "American Political Behavior and the Role of Religious
Context."
Honorable Mention: Jonathan S. Blake, Columbia
University.
Title: Ritual Contention in Divided Societies: Participation
in Loyalist Parades in Northern Ireland.
Best Paper Award
The Best Paper Award recognizes the best paper dealing
with religion and politics presented at the previous years
APSA Annual Meeting.
Award Committee: Jonathan Laurence, Chair, Boston
College; Ted Jelen, University of Nevada; Ruth Marshall,
University of Toronto
Recipient: Sultan Tepe, University of Illinois, Chicago.
Title: The Elusive Structure of State Secularism and its
Disguised Critics.
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SECTION 13. Urban and Local Politics


Dennis Judd Best Book Award
The Best Book Award recognizes the best book on urban
politics published in the previous year.
Award Committee: Jeff Henig, Chair, Columbia University;
Hal Wolman, George Washington University; Juliet
Gainsborough, Bentley College
Recipient: Lorrie Frasure-Yokely, University of
California, Los Angeles
Title: Racial and Ethnic Politics in American Suburbs.
Cambridge University Press, 2015
Best Dissertation on Urban Policy
The Best Dissertation Award is given annually for the best
dissertation on urban politics accepted in the previous year.
Award Committee: Mara Sidney, Chair, Rutgers University;
Joshua Sapotichne, Michigan State University; Allison
Bramwell, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Recipient: Zachary Todd Taylor, Western University
Title: The Politics of Metropolitan Development: Institutions,
Interests, and Ideas in the Making of Urban Governance in the
United States and Canada, 1800-2000. University of Toronto
Byran Jackson Dissertation Research on Minority
Politics Award
The Byran Jackson Award recognizes the outstanding
scholarship by a graduate student in the area of race and
urban politics.
Award Committee: Paru Shah, Chair, University of
Wisconsin Milwaukee; Kristin Good, Dalhousie
University; Marquita Bowers-Brown, Lindenwood University
Recipient: Diane Wong, Cornell University
Title: Disappearing Chinatowns: The Struggle Against
Gentrification in San Francisco, New York City, and Boston.
Norton Long Career Achievement Award
The Norton Long Career Achievement Award is presented
annually to a scholar who has made distinguished
contributions to the study of urban politics over the course
of a career through scholarly publication, the mentoring of
students, and public service.
Award Committee: Michael Rich, Chair, Emory University;
Megan Mullin, Duke University; Timothy Krebs, University of
New Mexico
Recipient: Steve Erie, University of California, San Diego
Best Paper Award
The Best Paper Award is given for the best paper given at
an Urban Politics Section panel at the previous years APSA
Annual Meeting.

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Award Committee: Woody Sanders, Chair, University of
Texas at San Antonio; Neil Kraus, University of Wisconsin
at River Falls; Scott Minkoff, State University of New York at
New Paltz; Vladimir Kogan, Ohio State University

Recipient: Jennifer Hadden, University of Maryland,


College Park
Title: Networks in Contention: The Divisive Politics of
Climate Change. Cambridge University, 2015

Recipients: Patricia Strach, University at Albany, State


University of New York; Kathleen Sullivan, Ohio
University; Elizabeth Prez-Chiqus, University at
Albany, State University of New York
Title: Trash: A Political History, 1880-1920.

Recipient: Graeme Auld, Carleton University


Title: Constructing Private Governance: The Rise and
Evolution of Forest, Coffee, and Fisheries Certification. Yale
University Press, 2014

Clarence Stone Scholar Award


The Clarence Stone Scholar Award recognizes up to two
young scholars who are making a significant contribution to
the study of urban politics. The award is to be given to up
to two post-PhD scholars who are in their career (pre-tenure,
or recently advanced within the last 3 years).
Award Committee: Todd Swanstrom, University of Missouri,
St. Louis
Recipients: Danielle Resnick, International Food
Policy Research Institute, Washington, DC and Amy
Widestrom, Arcadia University

SECTION 15. Science, Technology &


Environmental Politics
Elinor Ostrom Career Achievement Award
The Career Achievement Award is given to an individual
in recognition of their lifetime contribution to the study of
science, technology, and environmental politics.
Award Committee: Dorothy Daley, University of Kansas;
Helen Ingram, University of California, Irvine; Eric Smith,
University of California, Santa Barbara
Recipient: Margaret Keck, Johns Hopkins University

Virginia M. Walsh Dissertation Award


The Virginia M. Walsh Dissertation Award in honor of a
young scholar who tragically passed away, is given for
the best dissertation in the field of science, technology and
environmental politics.
Award Committee: Tabitha Benney, University of Utah;
Stefan Renckens, University of Toronto; Graeme Auld,
Carleton University
Recipient: Matto Mildenberger, University of California,
Santa Barbara
Title: Fiddling While the World Burns: The Double
Representation of Carbon Polluters in Comparative Climate
Policymaking. Yale University, 2015
Don K. Price Award
The Don K. Price Award recognizes the best book on
science, technology, and environmental politics published
in the last year.
Award Committee: Thomas Birkland, North Carolina State
University; Stephen Ansolabehere, Harvard University;
Bentley Allan, Johns Hopkins University
Recipient: Jennifer Hadden, University of Maryland
Title: Networks in Contention: The Divisive Politics of
Climate Change. Cambridge University Press

Emerging Young Scholar Award


The Emerging Young Scholar Award is given in recognition
of a researcher, within ten years of their PhD degree, who
is making notable contributions to the field of science,
technology, and environmental politics.

Best Paper Award


The Best Paper Award is given for the best paper published
in a relevant journal in the last two years. Relevant journals
include political science, public administration, public
policy, interdisciplinary environmental science, and science
and technology studies journals.

Award Committee: Ronald Mitchell, University of Oregon;


Kathy Hochstedler, University of Waterloo; David Konisky,
Indiana University

Award Committee: Neil Carter, University of York; Heather


Hodges, Reed College; Matthew Arbuckle, University of
Cincinnati

Recipient: Graeme Auld, Carleton University

Recipients: Arun Agrawal, University of Michigan;


Ashwini Chhatre, Indian School of Business; Elisabeth
R. Gerber, University of Michigan
Title: Motivational Crowding in Sustainable Development
Interventions. American Political Science Review 109 (3):
470-487.

Lynton K. Caldwell Award


The Lynton Keith Caldwell Prize is given for the best book
on environmental politics and policy published in the past
three years.
Award Committee: Jessica F. Green, New York University;
David Shafie, Chapman University; Daniel Deudney, Johns
Hopkins University

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Sabatier Best Conference Paper Award
The Paul A. Sabatier Best Conference Paper Award is given
for the best paper on science, technology, and environmental
politics presented at the previous years APSA Annual Meeting.
Award Committee: Deserai A Crow, University of Colorado
Boulder; Elizabeth A. Albright, Duke University; Matto
Mildenberger, University of California, Santa Barbara
Recipients: Sarah E. Anderson, University of California,
Santa Barbara; Heather Hodges, Reed College;
Andrew J. Plantinga, University of California, Santa
Barbara; Matthew Wibbenmeyer, University of
California, Santa Barbara
Title: Salience of Wildfire Risks and the Management of
Public Lands. APSA Annual Meeting, 2015

SECTION 16. Women and Politics


Research
Best Dissertation Award
Given for the best dissertation on women and politics
completed and accepted in the previous year.
Award Committee: Alice Kang, Chair, University of
Nebraska-Lincoln; Rosanne Kennedy, New York University;
Samantha Majic, CUNY-John Jay College
Recipient: Dawn Teele, Yale University (PhD); University
of Pennsylvania (assistant professor)
Title: The Logic of Womens Enfranchisement: A
Comparative Study of the United States, France, and the
United Kingdom. Yale University, 2015
Honorable Mention: Hrcan Asli Aksoy, University of
Tbingen
Title: Engendering Democracy in Turkey: Participation and
Inclusion of Womens Civil Society Organizations under
AKP Rule. University of Tbingen, 2015
Best Paper Award
Given for the best paper presented at the previous years
annual meeting in the field of women and politics.
Award Committee: Meg Rincker, Purdue University
Northwest; Tiffany Barnes, University of Kentucky
Recipients: Sarah Bush, Temple University and Lauren
Prather, University of California, San Diego
Title: How Gender Stereotypes Can Increase Engagement
with Female Officeholders: Evidence from a Field
Experiment in Tunisia
Honorable Mentions: Abigail S. Post and Paromita
Sen, University of Virginia
Title: A Woman in a Mans World: A Gendered
Understanding of Crisis Bargaining
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Okin-Young Award
The Okin-Young Award in Feminist Political Theory, cosponsored by Women and Politics, Foundations of Political
Theory, and the Womens Caucus for Political Science,
commemorates the scholarly, mentoring, and professional
contributions of Susan Moller Okin and Iris Marion Young
to the development of the field of feminist political theory.
This annual award recognizes the best paper on feminist
political theory published in an English language academic
journal during the previous calendar year.
Award Committee: Shatema Threadcraft, Rutgers University;
Jill Locke, Gustavus Adolphus College; Karen Celis, Vrije
Universiteit Brussel
Recipient: Jakeet Singh, Illinois State University
Title: Religious Agency and the Limits of Intersectionality.
Hypatia, Volume 30, Issue 4, pages 657674, Fall 2015

SECTION 17. Foundations of


Political Theory
David Easton Award
The David Easton Award is given for a book that broadens
the horizons of contemporary political science by engaging
issues of philosophical significance in political life through
any of a variety of approaches in the social sciences and
humanities.
Award Committee: Wendy Brown, University of California,
Berkeley; Anne Norton, University of Pennsylvania; Joe
Carens, University of Toronto
Recipient: Patrick Wolfe, past university affiliations

include: University of Melbourne, Victoria University and La


Trobe University

Title: Traces of History: Elementary Structures of Race.


Verso, 2015

First Book Award


The First Book Award is given for a first book by a scholar
in the early stages of his or her career in the area of
political theory or political philosophy.
Award Committee: John Seery, Pomona College; Joan
Tronto, University of Minnesota; David Gutterman,
Willamette University
Recipient: Neil Roberts, Williams College
Title: Freedom as Marronage. University of Chicago Press
Recipient: Shalini Satkunanandan, University of
California, Davis
Title: Extraordinary Responsibility: Politics Beyond the Moral
Calculus. Cambridge University Press

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Best Paper Award
The Best Paper Award is given for the best paper presented
on a foundations panel at the previous years APSA Annual
Meeting.

Best Conference Paper Award


The Best Conference Paper Award recognizes the best
conference paper in the area of Information Technology
and Politics.

Award Committee: Karuna Mantena, Yale University; Craig


Borowiak, Haverford College; Antonio Y. Vzquez-Arroyo,
Rutgers University

Award Committee: Jessica Feezell, Chair, University of


New Mexico; Kevin Wallsten, California State University,
Long Beach; Brian Krueger, University of Rhode Island;
Cecilia Manrique, University of Wisconsin, La Crosse

Recipient: Josh Simon, Columbia University


Title: Jose Martis Immanent Critique of American Imperialism

SECTION 18. Information


Technology and Politics
Best Dissertation Award
The Best Dissertation Award recognizes the best dissertation
in the area of Information Technology and Politics.
Award Committee: Michael Jensen, Chair, University of
Canberra; Lauren Copeland, Baldwin Wallace University;
Ken Rogerson, Duke University
Recipient: David Benson, Southern Methodist University
Title: The Internet Effect: How Authoritarian Governments
use Internet Communication Technologies to Maintain
Control of States.
Best Book Award
The Best Book Award recognizes the best book in the area
of Information Technology and Politics. The contest is limited
to books published in the previous calendar year.
Award Committee: Catie Bailard, Chair, George
Washington University; Jeff Gulati, Bentley University;
Laurie Freeman, University of California, Santa Barbara;
Alan Steinberg, Rice University
Recipient: Eitan Hersch, Yale University
Title: Hacking the Electorate: How Campaigns Perceive
Voters. Cambridge University Press, 2015
Best Information Technology & Politics Article Award
The Best Published Article Award recognizes the best
scholarly article published about Information Technology
and Politics. The contest is limited to articles published in
the previous calendar year.
Award Committee: Rachel Gibson, Chair, University of
Manchester; Dachi Liao, National Sun Yat-sen University,
Kaohsiung,Taiwan; Gerhard Fuchs, Universitt Stuttgart,
Stuttgart
Recipient: Pablo Barber, New York University
Title: Birds of the Same Feather Tweet Together: Bayesian
Ideal Point Estimation Using Twitter Data. Political
Analysis, 23(1), 76-91.

Recipients: Yannis Theocharis, Mannheim Centre for


European Social Research; Pablo Barber, New York
University; Zoltn Fazekas, University of Southern
Denmark; Sebastian Adrian Popa, Mannheim Centre
for European Social Research
Title: A Bad Workman Blames his Tweets.

SECTION 19. International Security


and Arms Control
Kenneth N. Waltz Dissertation Award
Kenneth N. Waltz Dissertation Award is awarded to a
successfully defended doctoral dissertation on any aspect
of security studies, which has been submitted in final,
library copy in the previous calendar year. The committee
welcomes nominations for dissertations employing any
approach (historical, quantitative, theoretical, policy
analysis, etc.) to any topic in the field of security studies.
Manuscripts are judged according to (1) originality in
substance and approach; (2) significance for scholarly or
policy debate; (3) rigor in approach and analysis; and (4)
power of expression.
Award Committee: Michael Horowitz, Chair, University
of Pennsylvania; J.D. Kenneth Boutin, Deakin University;
David Edelstein, Georgetown University; Stacie Goddard,
Wellesley College
Recipient: Daniel Krcmaric, Duke University
Title: The Justice Dilemma: International Criminal
Accountability, Mass Atrocities, and Civil Conflict.
Honorable Mention: Carrie Lee, Stanford University
Title: The Politics of Military Operations

SECTION 20. Comparative Politics


Sage Best Paper Award
The Sage Best Paper Award is given to the best paper in
the field of comparative politics presented at the previous
years APSA Annual Meeting.
Award Committee: Susan Woodward, Chair, City
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Shapiro, Brown University; Amit Ahuja, University of
California, Santa Barbara
Recipients: Vladimir Gimpelson, Higher School of
Economics, Moscow and Daniel Triesman, University of
California, Los Angeles
Title: Misperceiving Inequality.
Leubbert Best Book Award
The Luebbert Book Award is given for the best book in the
field of comparative politics published in the previous two
years.
Award Committee: Dan Slater, Chair, University of Chicago;
Marius Busemeyer, University of Konstanz; Melanie Cammett,
Harvard University; David Rueda, Oxford University
Recipient: Michael Albertus, University of Chicago
Title: Autocracy and Redistribution: The Politics of Land
Reform. Cambridge University Press 2015
Recipient: Catherine Boone, London School of
Economics
Title: Property and Political Order in Africa: Land Rights
and the Structure of Politics. Cambridge University Press,
2014
Greg Luebbert Best Article Award
The Luebbert Article Award is given for the best article in
the field of comparative politics published in the previous
two years.
Award Committee: Vivien Schmidt, Chair, Boston
University; Jane Gingrich, Oxford University; Guillermo
Trejo, University of Notre Dame
Recipient: Perna Singh, Brown University
Title: Subnationalism and Social Development in India:
A Comparative Analysis of Indian States. World Politics,
June 2015
Lijphart/Przeworski/Verba Data Set Award
The Data Set Award recognizes a publicly available data
set that has made an important contribution to the field of
comparative politics.
Award Committee: Carsten Jensen, Chair, Aarhus
University; Joe Wright, Pennsylvania State University; Dawn
Brancati, Washington University, St. Louis
Recipients: Michael Coppedge, University of Notre
Dame; John Gerring, Boston University; Staffan
I. Lindberg, University of Gothenburg; Svend-Erik
Skaaning, Aarhus University; Jan Teorell, Lund
University; David Altman, Pontificia Universidad Catolica
de Chile; Michael Bernard, University of Florida;
Steven Fish, University of California, Berkeley; Adam
Glynn, Emory University; Allen Hicken, University
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of Michigan; Carl Henrik Knutsen, Oslo University;


Kyle L. Marquardt, University of Gothenburg; Kelly
McMann, Case Western Reserve University; Farhad
Miri, University of Gothenburg; Pamela Paxton,
University of Texas at Austin; Daniel Pemstein,
North Dakota State University; Jeffrey Staton, Emory
University; Eltan Tzelgov, University of East Anglia;
Yi-ting Wang, National Cheng Kung University;
Brigitte Zimmerman, University of North Carolina;
Frida Andersson, University of Gothenburg; Josefine
Pernes, University of Gothenburg; Natalia Stepanova,
University of Gothenburg; Valeriya Mechkova,
University of Gothenburg
Title: Varieties of Democracy (V-Dem) Data Set,
https://v-dem.net/en/data
Powell Graduate Mentoring Award
This prize, introduced in 2012, will be awarded on a biannual basis to a political scientist who throughout his or
her career has demonstrated a particularly outstanding
commitment to the mentoring of graduate students in
comparative politics. The prize was named in honor of
G. Bingham Powell and was initiated by his students,
presented at the previous years APSA Annual Meeting.
Award Committee: Evelyne Huber, Chair, University of
North Carolina; Anke Hassel, Hertie School, Berlin; Mona
Leena Krook, Rutgers University
Recipient: Suzanne Berger, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology

SECTION 21. European Politics and


Society
Best Article Award
This award is given for the best article dealing with
European Politics & Society published in the last year.
Award Committee: Lenka Bustikova, Arizona State
University; Lucy Barnes, University of Kent; Mareike Kleine,
London School of Economics
Recipients: Evgeny Finkel, George Washington
University; Scott Gehlbach, University of Wisconsin
Madison; Tricia D. Olsen, University of Denver
Title: Does Reform Prevent Rebellion? Evidence from
Russias Emancipation of the Serfs.
Comparative Political Studies, 2015, Vol. 48 (8), 984
1019
Best Book Award
The Best Book Award is given for the best book on European
Politics and Society published in the previous year.

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Award Committee: Kathleen Thelen, Massachusetts Institute
of Technology; Mitchell Orenstein, University of Pennsylvania;
Sara Goodman Wallace, University of California, Irvine
Recipient: Anna Grzymala-Busse, University of
Michigan
Title: Nations under God: How Churches Use Moral
Authority to Influence Policy. Princeton University Press, 2015
Ernst B. Haas Best Dissertation Award
The Ernst B. Haas Best Dissertation Award is given for the
best dissertation on European Politics and Society filed
during the previous year.
Award Committee: Jane Gingrich, Oxford University; Sarah
Wiliarty, Wesleyan University; Scott Abramson, University
of Rochester
Recipient: Dawn Langan Teele, University of
Pennsylvania
Title: The logic of womens enfranchisement: A
comparative study of the United States, France, and the
United Kingdom Yale University, 2015
Peter Mair Award
The Peter Mair Memorial Award will fund the travel of
two young scholars to attend the APSA meeting. Named
in memory of Professor Peter Mair, one of the foremost
scholars of European politics, the award is meant explicitly
to enable young scholars of European politics without
adequate funding to present a paper in one of the panels
organized by the EPS section.
Award Committee: Matthias Matthijs, Chair, Johns Hopkins
University; Anna Grzymala-Busse, University of Michigan;
Duane Swank, Marquette University
Recipients: Bjrn Bremer, European University Institute
and Magda Giurcanu, Charles University, Prague
Best Paper Award
The Best Paper Award is given for the best paper given on
EPS-sponsored panels at the previous annual meetings.
Award Committee: Antonis Ellinas, Chair, University of
Cyprus; Klaus Armingeon, University of Bern; Milada
Vachudova, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Recipients: Stanislav Markus, University of Chicago
and Volha Charnysh, Harvard University
Title: Big Business and the Politics of Wealth Defense: The
Case of Ukrainian Oligarchs
Recipients: Daphne Halikiopoulou and Tim Vlandas,
University of Reading
Title: Risks, Costs and Labour Markets: Explaining CrossNational Patterns of Far Right Party Success in European
Parliament Elections.

SECTION 22. State Politics and


Policy
Career Achievement Award
The Career Achievement Award is given every biennium
to a political scientist who has made a significant lifetime
contribution to the study of politics and public policies in
the American states.
Award Committee: Michael Berkman, Chair, Pennsylvania
State University; James Garand, Louisiana State University;
Virginia Gray, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Recipient: Melinda Gann Hall, Michigan State University
Christopher A. Mooney Dissertation Award
This award is given for the best dissertation in American
state politics and policy completed during the previous
calendar year.
Award Committee: Keith Hamm, Chair, Rice University;
Lael Keiser, University of Missouri, Columbia; Jeffrey Yates,
Binghamton University
Recipient: Chidambaram Parinandi(directed by Jenna
Bednar and Charles Shipan), University of Michigan, Ann
Arbor
Title: Devolution and Policy Experimentation under Federalism:
Essays on Innovation and Emulation in the American States.
Best Article Award
The award recognizes the best journal article on U.S. state
politics or policy published during the previous calendar
year in any peer-reviewed journal.
Award Committee: Tom Carsey, Chair, University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill; Bob Erikson, Columbia University;
Chris Reenock, Florida State University
Recipients: Frederick J. Boehmke, University of
Iowa; Tracy L. Osborn, University of Iowa; Emily U.
Schilling, University of Tennessee
Title: Pivotal Politics and Initiative Use in the American
States. Political Research Quarterly, 2015, 68(4), 665-677
Virginia Gray Best Book Award
To be awarded annually to the best political science book
published on the subject of U.S. state politics or policy in
the preceding three calendar years. Thus, books would be
eligible to be considered for the award for three years.
Award Committee: Jennifer Wolak, Chair, University of
Colorado; Jennifer Hayes Clark, University of Houston;
Susan Miller, University of South Carolina
Recipients: Christopher W. Bonneau, University of
Pittsburgh and Damon M. Cann, Utah State University
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Title: Voters Verdicts: Citizens, Campaigns, and Institutions
in State Supreme Court Elections.
University of Virginia Press
Recipients: Ray La Raja and Brian Schaffner,
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Title: Campaign Finance and Political Polarization: When
Purists Prevail. University of Michigan Press
SPPQ Best Paper Award
The State Politics and Policy Award is given for the best
paper on state politics and policy presented at any
professional meeting in the previous calendar year.
Award Committee: Tracy Osborn, Chair, University of
Iowa; Daniel Lewis, Siena College; Kerri Melitta, Illinois
State University
Recipient: Mona Vakilifathi, University of California,
San Diego
Title: Constraining Bureaucrats Today Knowing Youll Be
Gone Tomorrow: The Effect of Legislative Term Limits on
Statutory Discretion.

SECTION 23. Political Communication


Timothy E. Cook Best Graduate Student Paper
Award
The Cook Award recognizes the best paper on Political
Communication presented by a graduate student at the
previous years APSA Annual Meeting.
Award Committee: Brian Harrison, Northwestern
University; Shannon McGregor, University of Texas; Alan
Steinberg, Rice University
Recipient: Nick Anspach, Temple University
Title: The Inadvertent Audience: How Online Peer
Influence Mitigates Selective Exposure.
David Swanson Career Achievement
(jointly administered with the International
Communication Association)
The David Swanson Career Achievement Award recognizes
distinguished and sustained contributions to the field as
planners, editors, and leaders and in roles that require
time and energy, innovation, and personal dedication.
The award honors David Swanson, one of the founders of
Political Communication who gave exemplary service to the
ICA Political Communication Division and the APSA
Political Communication Section. In his memory, the ICA
division presents the award every other year.
Award Committee: Gianpietro Mazzoleni, University
of Milan; David L. Paletz, Duke University; Lindsay H.
Hoffman, University of Delaware; Steven Livingston,
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George Washington University; Magdalena Wojcieszak,


University of Amsterdam
Recipient: Shanto Iyengar, Stanford University
Paul Lazarsfeld Best Paper Award
The Paul Lazarsfeld Award recognizes the best paper on
political communication presented at the previous years
APSA Annual Meeting.
Award Committee: Georgia Kernell, Northwestern
University; Shelley J. Boulianne, MacEwan University; Betty
Hanson, University of Connecticut
Recipients: Yanna Krupnikov, Stony Brook University;
Adam Seth Levine, Cornell University
Title: Citizen Engagement (and Disengagement) in
Response to Social Ills.
Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award
One outstanding doctoral dissertation award in political
communication may be given annually. To be considered
for the award, the dissertation research must pertain to
some aspect of political communication.
Award Committee: Kathleen Hall Jamieson, University of
Pennsylvania; Johanna Dunaway, Texas A&M University;
Erika Franklin Fowler, Wesleyan University
Recipient: Emily Sydnor, Southwestern University
Title: Fighting Words and Fiery Tone: The Interaction of
Political Incivility and Psychological Conflict Orientation

SECTION 24. Politics and History


J. David Greenstone Book Prize
The J. David Greenstone Book Prize recognizes the best
book in history and politics in the past two calendar years.
Award Committee: Erik J. Engstrom, Chair, University of
California, Davis; K. Orfeo Floretos, Temple University;
Adria Lawrence, Yale University
Recipient: Robert Mickey, University of Michigan
Title: Paths Out of Dixie: The Democratization of
Authoritarian Enclaves in Americas Deep South, 19441972. Princeton University Press, 2015
Mary Parker Follett Award for Best Article
The Mary Parker Follett Prize recognizes the best article on
politics and history published in the previous year.
Award Committee: Daniel Carpenter, Chair, Harvard
University; Tulia Faletti, University of Pennsylvania; Jason
Wittenberg, University of California, Berkeley
Recipient: Prerna Singh, Brown University
Title: Subnationalism and Social Development: A
Comparative Analysis of Indian States. World Politics, Vol.
67, No. 3(2015), pp. 506-562

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Walter Dean Burnham Dissertation Award
The Walter Dean Burnham Award is given for the best
dissertation in the field of politics and history.
Award Committee: Evelyne Huber, Chair, University of
North Carolina; Anna Grzymala-Busse, University of
Michigan; Jonathan M. Obert, Amherst College
Recipient: Sarah Johnson, University of Chicago
Title: The Ages We Live By: Historical Periodization in
Social and Political Thought

is given for the best dissertation in political economy


completed in the previous two years.
Award Committee: Victor Shih, University of California,
San Diego; Cheryl Schonhard-Bailey, London School of
Economics; Scott Gates, Peace Research Institute Oslo
Recipient: Charlotte Cavaill, Institute for Advanced
Study in Toulouse
Title: Demand for redistribution in the age of inequality.

SECTION 25. Political Economy

Recipient: Rachel Augustine Potter, University of


Virginia
Title: Writing the Rules of the Game: The Strategic Logic of
Agency Rule Making.

Michael Wallerstein Award


The Michael Wallerstein Award is given for the best
published article in political economy in the previous
calendar year.

Fiona McGillivray Prize Best Paper Award


The Fiona McGillivray Prize is given for the best paper in
political economy presented at the previous years APSA
Annual Meeting.

Award Committee: Stephanie Rickard, London School of


Economics; Carie Steele, Texas Tech University; Soo Yeon
Kim, National University of Singapore

Award Committee: Rebecca Weitz-Shapiro, Brown


University; Oeindrila Dube, New York University; Antoinette
Handley, University of Toronto

Recipients: Ernesto Calvo, University of Maryland,


College Park and Jonathan Rodden, Stanford
University
Title: The Achilles Heel of Plurality Systems: Geography and
Representation in Multiparty Democracies. American Journal
of Political Science, 59/4 (October) 2015: 789-805

Recipient: Francisco Garfias, Stanford University


Title: Elite Competition and State Capacity Development:
Theory and Evidence from Post-Revolutionary Mexico.

William H. Riker Book Award


The Best Book Award, named for William H. Riker, is given
for the best book on political economy published during the
past three calendar years.

Christian Bay Best Paper Award


The Christian Bay Award recognizes the best paper
presented on a New Political Science panel at the previous
years annual meeting.

Award Committee: Miriam Golden, University of California,


Los Angeles; Assema Sinha, Claremont McKenna College;
Charles Shipan, University of Michigan

Award Committee: Robert Kirsch, Chair, Arizona State


University; Lucrecia Iommi, Fairfield University; Joshua
Yesnowitz, Williams College

Recipient: David Skarbek, Kings College London


Title: The Social Order of the Underworld: How Prison
Gangs Govern the American Penal System
Oxford University Press, 2014

Recipient: Jocelyn Boryczka, Fairfield University


Title: An Anatomy of Sexism: The Colonized Vagina.

Honorable Mention: Megumi Naoi, University of


California, San Diego
Title: Building Legislative Coalitions for Free Trade in Asia:
Globalization as Legislation, Cambridge University Press
2015
Honorable Mention: David A. Steinberg, Johns Hopkins
University
Title: Demanding Devaluation: Exchange Rate Politics in the
Developing World, Cornell University Press, 2015
Mancur Olson Best Dissertation Award
The Best Dissertation Award, named for Mancur Olson,

SECTION 27. New Political Science

Michael Harrington Book Award


The Michael Harrington Book Award is given for an
outstanding book that demonstrates how scholarship can
be used in the struggle for a better world.
Award Committee: Heike Schotten, Chair, University of
Massachusetts, Boston; Laurence Davis, University College
Cork; Jeff Broxmeyer, University of Toledo
Recipient: Marie Gottschalk, University of Pennsylvania
Title: Caught:The Prison State and the Lockdown of
American Politics. Princeton University Press, 2015
Richard Cloward and Frances Fox Piven Award
The Richard Cloward and Frances Fox Piven Award
recognizes an activist group, in the region of the annual
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meeting that puts the ideals of the New Political Science
Section, to make the study of politics relevant to the
struggle for a better world, into practice.

Award Committee: David Redlawsk, Rutgers University;


Brendan Nyhan, Dartmouth College; Michael Tesler,
University of California, Irvine

Award Committee: Maggie Gray, Chair, Adelphi University;


Andrew Scerri, Virginia Tech; Jennifer Lawrence, Virginia
Tech; Frances Piven, Honorary, CUNY-Graduate Center

Recipients: Eric Groenendyk, University of Memphis and


Yanna Krupnikov, Stony Brook University
Title: What Motivates Reasoning? A Goal-Oriented
Theory of Political Evaluation.

Recipient: Urban Tree Connection


Charles A. McCoy Career Achievement Award
The Charles A. McCoy Career Achievement Award
recognizes a progressive political scientist who has had a
long, successful career as a writer, teacher and activist.
Award Committee: Terrell Carver, Chair, University
of Bristol; Timothy Luke, Virginia Tech; Nancy Love,
Appalachian State University
Recipient: V. Spike Peterson, University of Arizona
Stephen Eric Bronner Dissertation Award
For an outstanding Political Science dissertation finished
within the previous year of the APSA Meeting which
exemplifies the commitment to use scholarship in the
struggle for a better world.
Award Committee: Manfred Steger, Chair, University
of Hawaii, Manoa; Isaac Kamola, Trinity College; John
Ehrenberg, Long Island University; Stephen Eric Bronner,
Honorary, Rutgers University
Recipient: Dean Snyder, Antioch College
Title: Commercial Capital and the Political Economy of
Agricultural Overproduction. Syracuse University, 2015

SECTION 28. Political Psychology


Robert E. Lane Best Book Award
The Robert E. Lane Award for the best book in political
psychology published in the past year.
Award Committee: Kent Jennings, University of California,
Santa Barbara; Beth Miller Vonnahme, University of
Missouri Kansas City; Daniel Myers, University of
Minnesota
Recipients: Bethany Albertson, University of Texas at
Austin and Shana Gadarian, Syracuse University
Title: Anxious Politics: Democratic Citizenship in a
Threatening World. Cambridge University Press, 2015
Recipient: Stuart J. Kaufman, University of Delaware
Title: Nationalist Passions. Cornell University Press, 2015
Best Paper Award
The Best Paper Award is given to the most outstanding
paper in political psychology delivered at the previous
years Annual Meeting.
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Best Dissertation Award


The Best Dissertation Award is given for the best dissertation
in political psychology filed during the previous year.
Award Committee: Zoe Oxley, Union College; Elizabeth
Suhay, American University; Timothy Ryan, University of
North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Recipient: Eun Bin Chung, University of Utah
Title: Overcoming the History Problem: Group-Affirmation
in International Relations.
Distinguished Junior Scholars Award
The APSA Political Psychology section will give up to five
$400 grants, meant for travel to the APSA, for junior
scholars (graduate students or those no more than seven
years since receiving their PhD).
Award Committee: Casey Klofstad, University of Miami;
Monica Schneider, Miami University; Cengiz Erisen, TOBB
University of Economics and Technology
Recipients: Matthew Ward, University of Houston;
D.J. Flynn, Northwestern University; Tarah Williams,
University of Illinois

SECTION 29. Political Science


Education
Craig L. Brians Award for Excellence in
Undergraduate Research and Mentorship
Established in 2014, this award will be awarded annually
at the Teaching and Learning Conference, with recognition
also given at the APSA annual PSE section reception.
Award Committee: Victor Asal, Chair, University at Albany,
SUNY; Mitchell Brown, Auburn University; Steve Greene,
North Carolina State University
Recipients: Elizabeth Matto, Rutgers University and
Jeffrey Fine, Clemson University
Best APSA Conference Paper Award
The Best Paper Presentation Award is given for the best
presentation on undergraduate education at the past years
APSA Annual Meeting.
Award Committee: Bobbi Gentry, Chair, Bridgewater
College; Diane Lowenthal, American University; Jeffrey
Sosland, American University

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Recipients: Eric Michael French, Oklahoma State
University and Brendon Wrestler, Indiana State University
Title: How to Lose a Class in Ten Days: The Link between
Pedagogy and Student Retention.
Lifetime Achievement Award
The Lifetime Achievement Award is given to a person
whose lifetime contributions to political science have had a
significant impact on undergraduate education.
Award Committee: Sherri L. Wallace, Chair, University of
Louisville; Patrick McKinlay, Morningside College; Joseph
Roberts, Roger Williams University; Victor Asal, University
at Albany, SUNY; Terry Gilmour, Midland College; Bobbi
Gentry, Bridgewater College; Ex-Officio: Renee Van
Vechten, University of the Redlands
Recipient: Kerstin Hamann, University of Central Florida

SECTION 30. Politics, Literature


and Film
Wilson Carey McWilliams Best Paper Award
The Wilson Carey McWilliams Best Paper Award is given
for the best paper presented at the previous years APSA
Annual Meeting.
Award Committee: Claudia Franziska Brhwiler, University
of St.Gallen, Switzerland; Davide Panagia, University of
California, Los Angeles; Carl Scott, Utah Valley University;
Ann Ward, University of Regina, Canada

Recipient: Danielle Lupton, Colgate University


Title: Military Experience and Congressional Oversight of
the Wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Best Graduate Student Paper Award
Panel chairs from any division are invited to nominate
outstanding graduate student papers presented at the APSA
Annual Meeting that are relevant to the study of foreign policy.
Award Committee: Bridget Coggins, University of
California, Santa Barbara; Dennis Foster, Virginia Military
Institute; Brendan Green, University of Cincinnati
Recipient: Mark Bell, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology
Title: What Do Nuclear Weapons Offer States? A Theory
of State Foreign Policy Response to Nuclear Acquisition.
Recipient: Lina Benabdallah, University of Florida
Title: Emerging Powers as Socializers: Examining Norm
Diffusion and KnowledgeProduction in Chinas Security
Strategy.

SECTION 32. Elections, Public


Opinion, and Voting Behavior
Warren E. Miller Prize
The Warren E. Miller Prize is awarded every two or three
years for an outstanding career of intellectual accomplishment
and service to the profession in the Elections, Public Opinion,
and Voting Behavior field.

Recipient: Arlene Saxonhouse, University of Michigan


Title: Save Our City: The Curious Absence of Aeschylus in
Modern Political Thought. APSA Annual Meeting, 2015

Award Committee: Cindy Kam, Chair, Vanderbilt


University; Ted Brader, University of Michigan; Robert Van
Houweling, University of California, Berkeley

SECTION 31. Foreign Policy

Philip E. Converse Best Book Award


The Philip E. Converse Book Award is given for an outstanding
book in the field published at least five years before.

Distinguished Scholar Award


Recognizes a history of distinguished scholarship in the
field of foreign policy.
Award Committee: Cameron Thies, Arizona State
University; Susan Allen, University of Mississippi; James
Scott, Texas Christian University
Recipient: Robert Jervis, Columbia University

Recipient: John Aldrich, Duke University

Award Committee: Tatishe Nteta, Chair, University


of Massachusetts, Amherst; William Bianco, Indiana
University; John Ryan, Stony Brook University
Recipients: Marc Hetherington, Vanderbilt University
and Jonathan Weiler, University of North Carolina
Title: Authoritarianism and Polarization in American
Politics. Cambridge University Press, 2009

Best Paper Award


The Best Paper on foreign policy presented at the previous
years APSA Annual Meeting.

Emerging Scholar Award


The Emerging Scholar Award is awarded to the top scholar
in the field who is within 10 years of her or his PhD.

Award Committee: Desha Girod, Georgetown University;


Alexandra Guisinger, Temple University; Elizabeth
Saunders, George Washington University

Award Committee: Cherie Maestas, Chair, University of


North Carolina, Charlotte; Steve Nicholson, University of
California, Merced; Mark Peffley, University of Kentucky
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Recipients: Yanna Krupnikov, Stony Brook University
and Neil Malhotra, Stanford University
Best Paper Award
The Best Paper Award is given for the best paper delivered
at the previous years APSA Annual Meeting.
Award Committee: Anand Sokhey, Chair, University of
Colorado; Jessica Preece, Brigham Young University; Adam
Levine, Cornell University
Recipients: David A.M. Peterson, Iowa State University;
Kyle Saunders, Colorado State University; Scott
McClurg, Southern Illinois University; Joanne Miller,
University of Minnesota
Title: Macrointerest: The Public as Attentive Gods of Vengeance
but Lazy Gods of Reward (with Apologies to V.O. Key).
Best Article in Political Behavior Award
This award is for the best article published in Political
Behavior in the previous calendar year.
Award Committee: David Peterson, Chair, Iowa State
University; Nichole Bauer, University of Alabama; Zeynep
Somer-Topcu, University of Texas at Austin
Recipient: Cecelia Mo, Vanderbilt University
Title: The Consequences of Explicit and Implicit Gender
Attitudes and Candidate Quality in the Calculation of Voters.

SECTION 33. Race, Ethnicity and


Politics

Best Book Award for Race & U.S. Electoral Politics


The Best Book Award is given for the best book in the field
of Race, Ethnicity, and Politics.
Award Committee: Natasha Altema McNeely, University
of Texas Rio Grande Valley; Ivy Cargile, California State
University Bakersfield; Tony Affigne, Providence College
Recipient: Christopher T. Stout, Southern Illinois
University, Carbondale
Title: Bringing Race Back In: Black Politicians,
Deracialization, and Voting Behavior in the Age of
Obama. University of Virginia Press
Best Book Award for Inter-Race Relations in the
United States
The Best Book Award is given for the best book in the field
of Race, Ethnicity, and Politics.
Award Committee: Natasha Altema McNeely, University
of Texas Rio Grande Valley; Ivy Cargile, California State
University Bakersfield; Tony Affigne, Providence College
Recipient: Betina Cutaia Wilkinson, Wake Forest University
Title: Partners or Rivals?: Power and Latino, Black, and White
Relations in the Twenty-First Century. University of Virginia Press

SECTION 34. International History


and Politics

Best Book Award for Race Relations in the United


States
The Best Book Award is given for the best book in the field
of Race, Ethnicity, and Politics.

Jervis and Schroeder Best Book Award


This award may be granted to a single-authored or multiauthored book, or to an edited volume. The award will be
given to works published in the calendar year prior to the
year of the APSA meeting at which the award is presented.
The copyright date of a book will establish the relevant year.

Award Committee: Natasha Altema McNeely, University


of Texas Rio Grande Valley; Ivy Cargile, California State
University, Bakersfield; Tony Affigne, Providence College

Award Committee: Jonathan Kirshner, Chair, Cornell


University; Stacie Goddard, Wellesley College; Erik
Grynaviski, George Washington University

Recipient: Lorrie Frasure-Yokley, University of


California, Los Angeles
Title: Racial and Ethnic Politics in American Suburbs.
Cambridge University Press

Recipients: Andrew Phillips, University of Queensland


and Jason Sharman, Griffith University, Queensland
Title: International Order in Diversity: War, Trade and Rule
in the Indian Ocean. Cambridge University Press, 2015

Best Book Award for Race Theory & Racial


Construction
The Best Book Award is given for the best book in the field
of Race, Ethnicity, and Politics.

Recipient: Ronald Krebs, University of Minnesota


Title: Narrative and the Making of U.S. National Security.
Cambridge University Press, 2015

Award Committee: Natasha Altema McNeely, University


of Texas Rio Grande Valley; Ivy Cargile, California State
University, Bakersfield; Tony Affigne, Providence College
Recipient: Claire Jean Kim, University of California, Irvine
Title: Dangerous Crossings: Race, Species, and Nature in a
Multicultural Age. Cambridge University Press
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Outstanding Article Award


The Outstanding Article Award in International History and
Politics recognizes exceptional peer-reviewed journal articles
representing the mission of the International History and
Politics Section of the American Political Science Association,
including innovative work that brings new light to events and
processes in international politics, encourages interdisciplinary conversations between political scientists and historians,

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and advances historiographical methods. The Outstanding
Article Award is given to a published article that appeared
in print in the calendar year preceding the APSA meeting at
which the award is presented. It may be granted to an article
that is single- or co-authored. The year of final journal publication, as detailed by print citation, establishes eligibility.
Award Committee: Henry Nau, Chair, George Washington
University; Hyon Joo Yoo, Trinity University; Jeff Colgan,
Brown University
Recipients: Andrew Phillips, University of Queensland
and Jason Sharman, Griffith University, Queensland
Title: Explaining Durable Diversity in International Systems:
State, Company, and Empire in the Indian Ocean.
International Studies Quarterly, (2015), 59, 436-448
Honorable Mention: Michael Beckley, Tufts University
Title: The Myth of Entangling Alliances: Reassessing the
Security Risks of U.S. Defense Pacts. International Security,
39, 4 (Spring 2015), 7-48

SECTION 35. Comparative


Democratization
Juan Linz Best Dissertation Award
Given for the best dissertation in the Comparative Study of
Democracy completed and accepted in the two calendar
years immediately prior to the APSA Annual Meeting.
Award Committee: Henry Thomson, Nuffield College,
University of Oxford; Mai Hassan, University of Michigan;
Christian von Soest, German Institute of Global and Area
Studies
Recipient: Bryn Rosenfeld, Nuffield College, University
of Oxford
Title: Varieties of Middle Class Growth and Democratic
Preference Formation
Best Book Award
Given for the best book in the field of Comparative
Democratization published in 2015 (authored, co-authored
or edited).
Award Committee: Kurt Weyland, University of Texas at
Austin; Sheena Chestnut Greitens, University of Missouri;
Rachel Beatty Riedl, Sciences Po Bordeaux
Recipient: Kenneth Roberts, Cornell University
Title: Changing Course in Latin America: Party Systems in
the Neoliberal Era. Cambridge University Press, 2015
Best Article Award
Single-authored or co-authored articles focusing directly on the
subject of democratization and published in 2015 are eligible.
Award Committee: Jordan Gans-Morse, Northwestern
University; Sebastian Mazzuca, Johns Hopkins University;
Simeon Nichter, University of California, San Diego

Recipient: Daniel Treisman, University of California, Los


Angeles
Title: Income, Democracy, and Leader Turnover. American
Journal of Political Science Volume 59, Issue 4, pages
927942, October 2015
Best Field Work Award
This prize rewards dissertation students who conduct
especially innovative and difficult fieldwork. Scholars who
are currently writing their dissertations or who completed
their dissertations in 2015 are eligible.
Award Committee: Barry Driscoll, Grinnell College;
Michael Broache, University of Tampa; Colm Fox,
Singapore Management University
Recipient: Pia Raffler, Yale University
Title: Bureaucrats versus Politicians: A Field Experiment on
Political Oversight and Local Public Service Provision
Recipient: Kathleen Klaus, University of WisconsinMadison
Title: Claiming Land: Institutions, Narratives, and Political
Violence in Kenya
Best Paper Award
Given to the best paper on Comparative Democratization
presented at the previous years APSA Convention. Papers
must be nominated by panel chairs or discussants.
Award Committee: Kenneth F. Greene, University of Texas
at Austin; Allen Hicken, University of Michigan; Edmund
Malesky, Duke University
Recipient: Anne Meng, University of California, Berkeley
Title: Ruling Parties in Authoritarian Regimes: A Theory of
Endogenous Institutional Change

SECTION 37. Qualitative and


Multi-Method Research
Giovanni Sartori Book Award
The Giovanni Sartori Book Award honors Giovanni
Sartoris work on qualitative methods and concept
formation, and especially his contribution to helping
scholars think about problems of context as they refine
concepts and apply them to new spatial and temporal
settings. The award is intended to encompass two types of
contributions: new research on methodology per se, i.e.,
studies that introduce specific methodological innovations
or that synthesize and integrate methodological ideas in
a way that is in itself a methodological contribution; and
substantive work that is an exemplar for the application of
qualitative methods.
Award Committee: Macartan Humphreys, Columbia
University; Katerina Linos, University of California,
Berkeley; Craig Parsons, University of Oregon
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Recipient: Ronald R. Krebs, University of Minnesota
Title: Narrative and the Making of US National Security.
Cambridge University Press, 2015

innovative application of qualitative and multi-method


approaches in substantive research, and/or institutional
contributions to this area of methodology.

Honorable Mention: Anna Grzymaa-Busse, University


of Michigan
Title: Nations under God: How Churches Use Moral
Authority to Influence Policy. Princeton University Press, 2015

Award Committee: Peter Hall, Harvard University; Lisa


Wedeen, University of Chicago; John Gerring, Boston
University; James Mahoney, Northwestern University

Alexander L. George Article Award


The Alexander L. George Article Award honors Alexander
Georges contributions to the comparative case-study
method, including his work linking that method to a
systematic concern with research design, and his contribution
of developing the idea and the practice of process tracing.
This award may be granted to a journal article or to a
chapter in an edited volume that stands on its own as an
article. The award will be given to an article or book chapter
published in the calendar year prior to the year of the APSA
meeting at which the award is presented, with the date of
publication being established by the journal issue for articles
and the copyright date of the book for chapters.
Award Committee: Carolyn Warner, Arizona State
University; Sarah Parkinson, University of Minnesota;
Jonathan Mercer, University of Washington
Recipients: Thomas Rixen, University of Bamberg and
Lora Anne Viola, Free University of Berlin
Title: Putting path dependence in its place: toward a
Taxonomy of institutional change. Journal of Theoretical
Politics 27(2) (April 2015): 301-323
Sage Paper Award
The Sage Paper Award honors Sara and George McCune,
who founded and sustained Sage Publications as a leading
publisher of social science methodology -- including very
centrally qualitative methods. This award will be given to
a paper presented at the previous Annual Meeting of the
American Political Science Association.
Award Committee: Rasmus Brun Pedersen, Aarhus
University; Ramazan Kilinc, University of Omaha; Daniel
Beland, University of Saskatchewan
Recipients: Erica S. Simmons, University of Wisconsin
Madison and Nicholas Rush Smith, City University of
New York - City College
Title: Comparison and Ethnography: What Each Can
Learn from the Other.
David Collier Mid-Career Achievement Award
The Award honors David Colliers contributions through
his research, graduate teaching, and institution-buildingas a founder of the qualitative and multi-method research
movement in contemporary political science. The award
will be presented annually to a mid-career political scientist
to recognize distinction in methodological publications,
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Recipient: Lauren Mathews Morris MacLean, Indiana


University

SECTION 38. Sexuality and Politics


Cynthia Weber Best Conference Paper Award
The Best Conference Paper Award recognizes the best
paper exploring sexuality and politics presented at the
previous years APSA Annual Meeting.
Award Committee: Helma de Vries-Jordan, Chair, University
of Pittsburgh at Bradford; Julie Moreau, Northern Arizona
University; Drew Walker, Brown University
Recipients: Joseph J. Fischel, Yale University and Hilary
R. OConnell, AccessMatters.Org
Title: Disabling Consent, or Reconstructing Sexual Autonomy.
Columbia Journal of Gender Equality (vol. 30, no. 2, 2015)
Kenneth Sherrill Best Dissertation Award
The Best Dissertation Award recognizes the best dissertation
on sexuality and politics completed and successfully
defended in the previous two calendar years.
Award Committee: Tiffany Willoughby-Herard, Chair,
University of California, Irvine; Jeremiah Garretson, California
State University at East Bay; Bogdan Popa, Oberlin College
Recipient: Satoko Itani, University of Toronto
Title: Japanese Female and Trans Athletes: Negotiating
Subjectivity and Media Constructions of Gender, Sexuality,
and Nation. University of Toronto, 2015
Recipient: Carly Thomsen, University of California,
Santa Barbara
Title: Unbecoming: Visibility Politics and Queer Rurality.
University of California, Santa Barbara, 2014

SECTION 39. Health Politics and


Policy
Leonard S. Robins Best Paper Award
The Len Robins Best Paper on Health Politics and Policy Award,
honors the late Len Robins, who through his presence and gentle
questioning at virtually every health politics panel graciously
nurtured the scholarship of both junior and senior scholars.
Award Committee: Shanna Rose, Claremont McKenna
College; James Brasfield, Webster University; Miriam
Laugeson, Columbia University

2016 APSA ORGANIZED SECTION AWARDS


Recipients: Lawrence R. Jacobs, University of Minnesota
and Suzanne Mettler, Cornell University
Title: The Contingency of Policy Feedback Effects: How
Policy Features Interact with Political Conditions and
Motivations to Shape Public Opinion.
Outstanding Public Engagement in Health Policy
Awarded to an individual who has been working to
improve health and the health care system by actively
engaging in politics and policy making.
Award Committee: Frank J. Thompson, Rutgers University
Newark; Michael S. Sparer, Columbia University; Sarah
Gollust, University of Minnesota; Bert Rockman, Purdue
University; Karen Baird, SUNY at Purchase; David Jones,
Boston University; Shanna Rose, Claremont McKenna College
Recipient: Bruce C. Vladeck, Nexera, Inc.

SECTION 40. Canadian Politics


Mildred Schwartz Lifetime Achievement
The Mildred A. Schwartz Lifetime Achievement Award
recognizes scholarship and leadership in bringing the study
of Canadian Politics to the international political science
community.
Award Committee: Scott Matthews, Chair, Memorial
University of Newfoundland; Kent Weaver, Georgetown
University; Denis Saint Martin, University of Montreal;
Anthony Sayers, University of Calgary; Mildred Schwartz,
University of Illinois, Chicago
Recipient: Keith Banting, Queens University

SECTION 41. Political Networks

political science conference in the previous year.


Award Committee: Samara Klar, University of Arizona; Philip
Leifeld, University of Glasgow; Skylar Cranmer, Ohio State
Recipients: Jennifer M. Larson, New York University
and Janet I. Lewis, U.S. Naval Academy
Title: Ethnic Networks. APSA Annual Meeting, 2015
John Sprague Award
This award is given annually to the best paper on political
networks presented by a graduate student delivered at a
political science conference in the previous year. There is
a fund that supports this award and the award includes a
cash award that comes from the fund.
Award Committee: Sandra Gonzalez-Bailon, University of
Pennsylvania; Jungmoo Woo, University of Kentucky
Recipient: Mia Costa, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Title: Sharing Constituencies: Polarization and
Representation in the Extended Party Network. Midwest
Political Science Association Annual Meeting, 2016
Best Book Award
The best book award is given on a biennial basis to the
best book published on political networks.
Award Committee: Justin Gross, Chair, University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill; Gwen Arnold, University of
California, Davis; Sarah Parkinson, University of Minnesota
Recipient: Jennifer Hadden, University of Maryland,
College Park
Title: Networks in Contention: The Divisive Politics of
Climate Change. Cambridge University Press, 2015

SECTION 42. Experimental Research

Political Ties Award


This award is given on a biennial basis to the best article
published on political networks.

Best Paper Award


The Best Paper Award recognizes a paper that was
scheduled to be presented at APSA and features
experimental research.

Award Committee: Pablo Barber, New York University;


Brendan Nyhan, Dartmouth University; Jacob Montgomery,
Washington University in St. Louis

Award Committee: Josh Kertzer, Harvard University; Jeff


Conroy-Krutz, Michigan State University; Sean Westwood,
Dartmouth College; Guy Grossman, University of Pennsylvania

Recipients: Skyler J. Cranmer, Ohio State University;


Elizabeth J. Menninga, University of Iowa; Peter J.
Mucha, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Title: Kantian fractionalization predicts the conflict
propensity of the international system, Proceedings of the
National Academy of Sciences (Vol. 112, No. 38).

Recipients: David Broockman, Stanford University and


Daniel Butler, Washington University
Title: The Causal Effects of Elite Position-Taking on Voter
Attitudes: Field Experiments with Elite Communication.

Best Conference Paper Award


This award is given annually to the best paper on political
networks presented by a faculty person delivered at a

Best Book Award


The Best Book Award recognizes the best book published
in 2015 that either uses or is about experimental research
methods in the study of politics.
Award Committee: Christopher F. Karpowitz, Brigham
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Young University; Yanna Krupnikov, Stony Brook University;
Daniel Butler, Washington University
Recipient: Adam Seth Levine, Cornell University
Title: American Insecurity: Why Our Economic Fears Lead
to Political Inaction. Princeton University Press, 2015
Best Dissertation Award
The Best Dissertation Award recognizes the best dissertation
completed in calendar year 2015 that utilizes experimental
methods on substantive questions about politics or makes a
fundamental contribution to experimental methods.
Award Committee: Jonathan M. Ladd, Georgetown
University; Antoine Banks, University of Maryland; Kathleen
Searles, Lousiana State University
Recipient: Eun Bin Chung, Ohio State University
Title: Overcoming the History Problem: Group-Affirmation
in International Relations.
Public Service Award
Many experiments only occur thanks to the assistance of
non-researchers who provide access to resources and data.
This award recognizes a special form of public service, the
facilitation of randomized experiments in political science
by those outside the academy.
Award Committee: Melissa R. Michelson, Menlo College;
Samara Klar, University of Arizona; Kristin Kanthak,
University of Pittsburgh
Recipient: Dave Fleischer, Leadership Lab of the Los
Angeles LGBT Center

SECTION 43. Migration and


Citizenship
Best Paper Award
Award for best paper on migration and/or citizenship
presented at the previous APSA Annual Meeting (either as
part of a panel or poster session).
Award Committee: James Hollifield, Chair, Southern
Methodist University; Mara Sidney, Rutgers University;
Fiona Adamson, University of London
Recipients: Antje Ellermann, University of British
Columbia and Agustin Goenaga Orrego, Lund
University
Title: Race, Gender, Class, Disability, and the Ethics of
Immigrant Selection.
Best Dissertation Award
Award for best dissertation on migration and/or citizenship
accepted in the previous calendar year.

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Award Committee: David FitzGerald, Chair, University of


California, San Diego; Taeku Lee, University of California,
Berkeley; Helen Marrow, Tufts University
Recipient: Gerasimos Tsourapas, University of London
Title: Trading People, Consolidating Power: Emigration &
Authoritarianism in Modern Egypt.
Recipient: Daisy Kim, Johns Hopkins University
Title: Bargaining Citizenship: Womens Organizations, the
State, and Marriage Migrants in South Korea.
Best Article Award
Award for best article on migration and/or citizenship
accepted in the previous calendar year.
Award Committee: Julie Novkov, Chair, University of
Albany, SUNY; Maria Koinova, University of Warwick;
Cara Wong, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Recipient: Sara Goodman, University of California,
Irvine
Title: Conceptualizing and Measuring Citizenship and
Integration Policy: Past Lessons and New Approaches.
Comparative Political Studies, 48, 2015
Best Book Award
Best Book Award for the best book on migration and/or
citizenship published in the previous year.
Award Committee: Jacqueline Stevens, Chair, Northwestern
University; Elizabeth Cohen, Syracuse University; H.
Richard Friman, Marquette University
Recipient: Leila Kawar, University of Massachusetts,
Amherst
Title: Contesting Immigration Policy in Court: Legal Activism
and Its Radiating Effects in the United States and France.
Cambridge University Press, 2015

SECTION 45. Class and Inequality


Best Paper Award
Awarded to the best paper presented on the topic of
economic or social class inequality at the American Political
Science Associations Annual Meeting.
Award Committee: Jacob Hacker, Yale University; Peter
Enns, Cornell University; Martin Gilens, Princeton University
Recipient: Eleanor Neff Powell, University of Wisconsin
Title: Legislative Consequences of Fundraising Influence
Recipients: Tali Mendelberg, Katherine McCabe, and
Adam Thal, Princeton University
Title: The Rich are Different from You and Me: How
Wealthy Student Bodies Foster Economically Conservative
Students

ACADEMIC YEAR 2015-2016


CAMPUS TEACHING AWARD RECIPIENTS
Harold Bass, Ouachita Baptist University
Most Inspirational Faculty Member
Mitchell Brown, Auburn University
Student Government Association Outstanding Faculty
Member, College of Liberal Arts
Christopher Butler, University of New Mexico
Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award
Sabri Ciftci, Kansas State University
2016 Stamey Award for Undergraduate Teaching
Joe Clare, Louisiana State University
Tiger Athletic Foundation Outstanding Undergraduate
Teaching Award

Matthew LeRiche, Memorial University of


Newfoundland
Presidents Award for Outstanding Teaching
Mona Lyne, University of Missouri-Kansas City
College of Arts & Sciences Alumni Outstanding Teaching
Award
Mark Fathi Massoud, University of California, Santa
Cruz, Excellence in Teaching Award
Melissa Miller, Bowling Green State University
2016 Master Teacher Award
Janine Parry, University of Arkansas
Imhoff Award for Outstanding Teaching and Mentorship

Courtenay Daum, Colorado State University


Ann Gill Excellence in Teaching Award

Joshua Potter, Louisiana State University


Tiger Athletic Foundation Undergraduate Teaching Award

Matthew Dickinson, Middlebury College


The Marjorie Lamberti Faculty Appreciation Award

Charles Ripley, Arizona State University


Michael Mitchell Best Teaching Award

Andrew Dowdle, University of Arkansas


Sponsored Student Programs Outstanding Faculty Member

Carrie Russell, Vanderbilt University


Harriet S. Gilliam Award for Excellence in Teaching

Joe Dunn, Converse College


Cato Award for Faculty Excellence

Houman Sadri, University of Central Florida


Teaching Incentive Award

Mary Fainsod Katzenstein, Cornell University


Merrill Presidential Scholar Recognition

Nukhet Sandal, Ohio University


Jeanette G. Grasselli Brown Teaching Award in the Social
Sciences

Joseph Fitsanakis, Coastal Carolina University


Apple Award for Outstanding Teaching
Donald Haider-Markel, University of Kansas
2016 Byron A. Alexander Outstanding Graduate Mentor
Award
Jaira Harrington, Wake Forest University
The Wayne C. Booth Graduate Student Prize for Excellence
in Teaching (University of Chicago)
Murray Jardine, Auburn University
Daniel T. Nelson Outstanding Political Science Professor
Aubrey Jewett, University of Central Florida
Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching
Thomas Keck, Syracuse University
Excellence in Graduate Education Faculty Recognition
Award

Keith Shimko, Purdue University


Charles B. Murphy Award for Outstanding Undergraduate
Teaching
Landry Sign, University of Alaska Anchorage
Order of Excellence
Andrea Simpson, University of Richmond
Distinguished Educator Award
Benjamin Storey, Furman University
Alester G. Furman Jr. and Janie Earle Furman Meritorious
Teaching Award
Jeffrey Tulis, University of Texas at Austin
Outstanding Faculty Award
Anca Turcu, University of Central Florida
Teaching Incentive Program Award

Brinck Kerr, University of Arkansas


Fulbright College Master Teacher

Marc Weiner, Rutgers University-New Brunswick


Graduate Faculty Teaching Award

Michael Lamb, University of Oxford


Humanities Teaching Excellence Award

Elizabeth Zechmeister, Vanderbilt University


Award for Excellence in Graduate Teaching
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also immediately before the main fellowship year.
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2015-16 APSA Congressional Fellows

Top Row: (left to right): Dayna Matthew, David Keahey, Thomas Mayes, Mark Owens, Yushi Alex Saito, Nicholas Howard, Robert
Ferguson, Randy Cartwright
Fourth Row: Lisa Hager, Sarah Khasawinah, Jamie Kuhne, Julie Bobitt, Christopher Burdick, Shannon Dorsey, Brian Alexander
Third Row: Megan Christensen, Jacquelyn Kung, Robert Mabry, Clayton Swope, Nathan Paxton, Elliot Mamet, Stephen Dietz
Second Row: Kara Abramson, Hiral Shah, Y. Claire Wang, Stephanie Firestone, Ryan Matheny, Brian McCuen, Maria M. Givens
Bottom Row: Teri Kennedy, Hillary Lum, Jamie Davis, Latrice Vinson, Jeanette Roberts, Nattamon Punbhochar, Rebecca Mabe
Not pictured are Gene Gerzhoy, Travis Johnston, Thomas Ringenberg, Joel Walsh, Justin Brown, Tamara Harris, Gina McCaskill,
Julie Carter, Aditi Sen, and La Rissa Ferrell.

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Diversity and Inclusion Programs


The American Political Science Association has several major programs aimed at enhancing diversity within
the discipline and identifying and aiding students and faculty from under-represented backgrounds in the
political science field. These programs include:
Ralph Bunche Summer Institute (RBSI) (Undergraduate Juniors)
The RBSI Program celebrating its 30th anniversaryis an annual five-week program designed to
introduce undergraduate students from under represented racial/ethnic groups, or students interested in
broadening participation in political science and pursuing scholarship on issues affecting under-represented
groups, to the world of graduate study and to encourage application to PhD programs. Application deadline:
January of each year. For more information, visit www.apsanet.org/rbsi.
APSA Minority Fellows Program (MFP) (Undergraduate Seniors or MA Students)
(Fall Cycle for seniors and MA Students, Spring Cycle for PhD students) MFP is a fellowship competition for
those applying to graduate school, designed to increase the number of individuals from under-represented
backgrounds with PhDs in political science. Application deadline: October and March of each year. For
more information, visit www.apsanet.org/mfp.
Minority Student Recruitment Program (MSRP) (Undergraduates and departmental members)
The MSRP was created to identify undergraduate students from under-represented backgrounds who are
interested in, or show potential for, graduate study and, ultimately, to help further diversify the political
science profession. For more information, visit www.apsanet.org/msrp.
APSA Mentoring Program (APSA Members)
The Mentoring Program connects undergraduate, graduate students, and junior faculty to experienced
and senior members of the profession for professional development mentoring. This program is a member
benefit. To request a mentor or be a mentor, visit www.apsanet.org/mentor.
APSA Status Committees
APSA Status Committees develop and promote agendas and activities concerning the professional
development and current status of under-represented communities within the political science discipline. For
a listing of all APSA status committees, visit www.apsanet.org/status-committees.
For more information on all Diversity and Inclusion Programs, visit us online at www.apsanet.org/
diversityprograms. Please contact Kimberly Mealy, PhD, Director of Diversity and Inclusion Programs with
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www.apsanet.org/donate.

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Celebrating the 30th Anniversary


of the APSA Ralph Bunche Summer
Institute: Thirty Years of Excellence

Named in honor of the 1950 Nobel Peace Prize winner, former APSA
President, and the first African American to receive a PhD in political
science, Dr. Ralph J. Bunche, the RBSI encourages students to pursue
academic careers in political science. The RBSI program was created in
1986 through a partnership between APSA, the Committee on the Status
of Blacks in the Profession, and faculty members Jewel L. Prestage of
Southern University and Peter Zwick of Louisiana State University.

During the program, RBSI Scholars take graduate level political science
and methods courses and engage in original research, culminating in a
research paper and poster presentation at the APSA Annual Meeting.
To date there are over 500 RBSI Alumni, many of whom are on faculty at colleges and
universities across the country. APSA would like to thank the faculty, staff and students
who have participated in the RBSI program over the last thirty years, for their service to the
discipline and beyond.
Congratulations to the APSA Ralph Bunche Summer Institute!

2016 APSA RBSI Scholars, Faculty & Staff, Photo Credit: Shaun King

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APSAs most recent task force report is The Double Bind: The

Politics of Racial and Class Inequalities in the Americas. The


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of the Americas as well as the political systems in these countries
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John H. Aldrich and Arthur Lupia, guest editors

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Political Science, Electoral Rules, and
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Interdisciplinarity
Political Science in the 21st Century
US Standing in the World

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New Virtual Issues from APSA Now Available!

Free Virtual Issues Available!

APSA has released two free virtual issues! This new publishing feature combines related

research and essays from previous issues of APSA journals. These virtual issues from PS are
made available online in partnership with Cambridge University Press. Read them today!

Navigating the Profession: Sage Advice from the


Pages of PS

The first virtual issue of PS: Political Science & Politics brings
together some of PSs most highly cited articles about the
profession. This practical material spans numerous topics that

especially apply to young scholars. From ideas and debates of


political science as a vocation, to the nuts and bolts of preparing
a literature review and publishing as a graduate student, this virtual
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Read Navigating the Profession today at
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Capitol Hill Insights: Voices from the Congressional


Fellowship Program

The second virtual issue of PS: Political Science & Politics is


Capitol Hill Insights. The issue features articles written by alumni
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between 2010 and 2015. Each of the 24 articles pivots to a unique
perspective of the fellowship experience, providing rich details and
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Read Capitol Hill Insights today for free at
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Questions? Comments? Let us know at publications@apsanet.org.

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20 YEARS AFTER WELFARE


REFORM: 20 YEARS AFTER
WELFARE REFORM
PCC, Ballroom AB
30 YEARS AFTER THE
IMMIGRATION REFORM AND
CONTROL ACT
PCC, Ballroom AB
ADVANCING PHILANTHROPIC
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IMPLICATIONS OF
TRANSFORMATION
PCC, 204-C
AFFECT, POLARIZATION AND
PARTISAN IDENTITY
PCC, 114
BREAKING NEWS PANEL:
TAKING STOCK OF THE BREXIT
SHOCK
PCC, 201-C

Thu 8:00 am
Room:
81.1
Thu 2:00 pm
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49.2

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43.1

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38.1

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9.2

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58.1
Room:
49.1

Room:

BREAKING NEWS: DID THE


PARTY DECIDE?
PCC, Ballroom AB
BREAKING NEWS: RAGE
AGAINST THE MACHINE:
POPULIST POLITICS IN THE
U.S., EUROPE, AND LATIN
AMERICA
PCC, Ballroom AB
CONTENTIOUS POLITICS AND
THE INTERNET
PCC, Ballroom AB
CYBER AND CONFLICT:
TRANSFORMATIVE CHANGE OR
STATUS QUO DYNAMICS?
PCC, Ballroom AB
DATA ACCESS, TRANSPARENCY,
AND REPLICATION IN
POLITICAL SCIENCE
PCC, 114
ELECTIONS, PARTIES, AND
INSTITUTIONS IN AFRICA
PCC, 204-C
FORECASTING THE U.S.
PRESIDENTIAL AND
CONGRESSIONAL ELECTIONS
PCC, 204-C
GENDER TRANSFORMATIONS
PCC, 204-C

JUDICIAL NETWORKS
PCC, 204-C

54.1

NEW PERSPECTIVES ON 'SONS


OF THE SOIL' CONFLICT
PCC, 114

74.2

90.2
Thu 4:00 pm

Fri 10:00 am
Room:
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Sat 12:00 pm

15.1

Fri 8:00 am
Room:
49.3
Thu 8:00 am

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Fri 4:00 pm

74.3
Room:

Fri 12:00 pm

90.3

Room:

Co-sponsored by Political Forecasting Group

38.2
Room:

43.2
Room:

Room:

Co-sponsored by British Politics Group

24.1

Room:

Room:
Thu 2:00 pm

GREAT TRANSFORMATIONS IN
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
PCC, 114
HIGHER EDUCATION
DISRUPTED: THE POLITICS AND
POLICIES OF
TRANSFORMATION
PCC, Ballroom AB

Sat 2:00 pm

Sat 8:00 am

GLOBAL GOVERNANCE:
STAGNATION OR
TRANSFORMATION?
PCC, 204-C

58.2
Fri 8:00 am
Room:

PARTY SYSTEM
NATIONALIZATION: NEW
RESEARCH FRONTIERS
PCC, 204-C
PLENARY SESSION 1 TBD:
PLENARY SESSION: ARE WE
MAKING PROGRESS ON HUMAN
RIGHTS? TRANSFORMATIONS
IN KNOWLEDGE AND ACTIVISM
PCC, Ballroom AB
PLENARY SESSION: THE STATE
OF RACE RELATIONS IN THE
U.S.
PCC, Ballroom AB
POLICING IN COMPARATIVE
PERSPECTIVE: POLICE
VIOLENCE, CORRUPTION AND
DEMOCRACY
PCC, Ballroom AB
POLITICAL SCIENCE AND THE
STUDY OF CLIMATE CHANGE
PCC, 114
POLITICAL THEORY AND
POLITICAL TRANSFORMATION
PCC, 114
RACE AND CITIZENSHIP AFTER
FERGUSON
PCC, Ballroom AB
STATE CAPACITY, STRATEGIES
OF GOVERNANCE AND
DEVELOPMENT
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TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION IN
RESEARCH AND TEACHING
PCC, 114

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Fri 12:00 pm

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81.2

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20.3
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15.2

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86.2

Room:
24.3

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TERRORISM AND POLITICAL


TRANSFORMATIONS
PCC, 204-C
THE 'ANXIETIES OF
DEMOCRACY:' DIAGNOSES AND
PRESCRIPTIONS
PCC, 204-C
THE 2015 TERROR ATTACKS IN
PARIS AND THE FRENCH
RESPONSE
PCC, Ballroom AB
THE BIG NEXT QUESTIONS IN
GENDER AND POLITICS
PCC, 114
THE DYNAMICS AND
CONSEQUENCES OF PARTISAN
POLARIZATION
PCC, Ballroom AB
THE QUALITATIVE
TRANSPARENCY
DELIBERATIONS: AN INTERIM
REPORT
PCC, 204-C
THE RISE OF THE RADICAL
RIGHT IN EUROPE AFTER THE
MIGRANT CRISIS AND PARIS
PCC, 204-C
THE SLOW PACE OF BIG
TRANSFORMATIONS IN
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
PCC, 114

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Room:
Thu 4:00 pm

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81.3

Room:
90.4

Room:
54.3

Room:
15.3

Room:

156

THEORIZING BORDERS:
CONSIDERATIONS ON THE
DEHUMANIZING CHARACTER
OF BORDERS
PCC, 114
THEORY MEETS CRISIS: WHAT
DOES THE EUROCRISIS SAY TO
COMPARATIVE POLITICS?
PCC, 204-C
TO STAY NEUTRAL OR NOT
WHEN TEACHING THE 2016
ELECTION: ETHICAL AND
PEDAGOGICAL CHALLENGES
Marriott, Room 407
TRANSFORMATIONS DURING
PRESIDENTIAL TRANSITIONS:
HOW SCHOLARS CAN HELP
PCC, 204-C
TRANSFORMATIONS IN HIGHER
EDUCATION: PERSPECTIVES
FROM SCHOLARPRACTITIONERS
PCC, 114

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Fri 10:00 am

Room:

UNIPOLARITY AND THE NEW


WORLD ORDER
PCC, Ballroom AB

Fri 4:00 pm

Sat 10:00 am
20.4

Thu 2:00 pm
Room:

Thu 10:00 am

URBANIZATION IN SUBSAHARAN AFRICA: A GREAT


TRANSFORMATION IN THE
MAKING
PCC, 204-C

Thu 2:00 pm

DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT AND


PHILOSOPHY: HISTORICAL
APPROACHES

Sat 4:00 pm
26.1
Room:

ADAM SMITH
PCC, 111-B

51.1
Room:

AGENCY AND DECISIONMAKING IN ROUSSEAU


PCC, 106-AB

109.1
Room:

ARISTOTLE
PCC, 106-AB

88.1

AUTHOR MEETS CRITICS:


STEVEN B. SMITH, MODERNITY
AND ITS DISCONTENTS
PCC, 106-AB

Thu 4:00 pm

Fri 12:00 pm

Sun 10:00 am

Sat 12:00 pm

Room:

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Thu 4:00 pm
96.6

Room:

BEYOND THE SOCIAL


CONTRACT: LIBERALISM
WITHOUT CONSENT
PCC, 107-B

Sat 4:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL


THEORY

Sat 12:00 pm
92.1

Room:
Sat 10:00 am

Sat 2:00 pm

107.1

CRITIQUES OF LIBERALISM IN
AMERICAN POLITICAL
THOUGHT
PCC, 105-AB

Sat 2:00 pm

Room:

EARLY MODERN POLITICAL


THOUGHT
PCC, 113-B

83.1
Room:

HEGEL PLUS ONE


PCC, 106-AB

Sat 10:00 am

26.2
Room:

HOBBES
PCC, 102-A

Thu 4:00 pm

56.1

INEQUALITY, PATRIOTISM, AND


PROGRESS: ADAM SMITH'S
MORAL ECONOMY
PCC, 106-AB

Fri 2:00 pm
Room:
40.1

Room:

INSINCERITY AND
AUTHENTICITY IN AMERICAN
POLITICAL THOUGHT
PCC, 106-AB

96.1
Room:

KANT
PCC, 106-AB

26.3
Room:

LABOR AND COMMERCE


PCC, 106-AB

Thu 10:00 am

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

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TRANSFORMING MARRIAGE
AND RELIGION IN AMERICAN
POLITICAL THOUGHT
PCC, 114
Co-sponsored by American Political Thought

58.3

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 43: INTERNATIONAL


HISTORY AND POLITICS

86.3

43.3

Sun 8:00 am

Fri 2:00 pm

Fri 8:00 am

Sat 4:00 pm

Thu 4:00 pm

Room:

LEADERSHIP AND
GOVERNANCE
PCC, 102-A

17.1
Room:

MACHIAVELLI IN CONTEXT(S)
PCC, 106-AB

11.1
Room:

MACHIAVELLIS "FLORENTINE
HISTORIES"
PCC, 102-A

60.1
Room:

NIETZSCHE RECONSIDERED
PCC, 106-AB

Fri 4:00 pm

76.2

60.2
Room:

PLATO
PCC, 102-A

Fri 4:00 pm

Room:

22.1

POLITICAL JUDGMENT:
RECOVERING THE ANCIENTS
PCC, 106-AB

Room:
45.1
Room:
76.1
Room:

REALISM
PCC, 102-A

109.2

REPUBLICANISM ANCIENT AND


MODERN
PCC, 102-A

11.2
Room:
92.2
Room:
88.2
Room:

Room:
26.7
Thu 8:00 am
Room:

Thu 2:00 pm
Room:

Fri 10:00 am

Sun 10:00 am

Thu 8:00 am

THE POITICAL THEORY OF


SHELDON WOLIN (1922-2015)
PCC, 107-B

Room:
11.3
Room:

ACTION AND SKEPTICISM: THE


POLITICAL THEORY OF
HANNAH ARENDT AND
STANLEY CAVELL
PCC, 108-B
AMERICAN POLITICAL
THOUGHT AT THE MARGINS
PCC, 108-B

Room:
17.2

Room:
26.4
Room:

BEYOND CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE:


NEW PERSPECTIVES ON
POLITICAL TRANSFORMATION
PCC, 108-A
BEYOND CRITIQUE:
REVITALIZING FEMINIST
POLITICAL THEORY
PCC, 108-B
BLACK FREEDOM AND BLACK
THOUGHT
PCC, 108-B

Thu 4:00 pm

CONDITIONS OF AGONISTIC
POLITICS 1
PCC, 108-B
CONDITIONS OF AGONISTIC
POLITICS 2
PCC, 108-B

Sat 8:00 am

Sat 10:00 am

17.3
Room:

CULTURAL FORMATIONS OF
NEOLIBERALISM
PCC, 108-A

40.2
Room:

DEMOCRACY NOW
PCC, 108-A

109.4

DEMOCRACY AND
COMPARATIVE POLITICAL
THOUGHT
PCC, 108-A

Room:
Sat 12:00 pm

40.3
Room:
60.3
Room:

Sun 10:00 am

CRITICAL THEORY IN THE 21ST


CENTURY: NEW CHALLENGES
AND DIRECTIONS
Marriott, Meeting Room 502

Sat 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL


SCIENCE

Sat 2:00 pm

60.4

Room:

DEMOCRATIC ENGAGEMENT
AND DISENGAGEMENT
PCC, 108-B
DEMOCRATIC THEORY
REINVIGORATED
PCC, 108-B
FEMINIST TRANSFORMATIONS
OF POLITICAL THEORY: THE
OXFORD HANDBOOK
PCC, 108-A

Thu 10:00 am

Fri 8:00 am

Sun 10:00 am

Fri 8:00 am

Fri 4:00 pm

Fri 4:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS


RESEARCH

Thu 8:00 am
11.4

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL


THEORY

107.2

CONCENTRATED POWER AND


DEMOCRATIC INSTITUTIONS
PCC, 105-AB

Co-sponsored by Political Studies Association

76.50

Room:

THE USE AND ABUSE OF


RATIONALITY
PCC, 102-A

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL


THEORY

Sat 8:00 am

ROUSSEAU AND HIS


PREDECESSORS
PCC, 107-B

COMPLEXITY, PROCESS AND


DISRUPTION: POLITICAL
THEORY UNDER PRESSURE
PCC, 108-B

Thu 10:00 am

DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF
POLITICAL THEORY
109.3

22.2

83.2

RE-IMAGINING THE
CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL IN 2016
PCC, 106-AB

Room:

Sat 4:00 pm

Room:
56.39

Sun 8:00 am
Room:

FRENCH LIBERALISM AND THE


BIG PICTURE
PCC, 108-A
GENDER AND THE GREAT
MAN I: RECOVERING THE
WIVES OF THE CANON
Marriott, Franklin 7

Thu 8:00 am

Fri 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS


RESEARCH

Thu 10:00 am
96.3
Room:
Thu 4:00 pm

51.2
Room:

GENRES OF
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
PCC, 108-B
GLOBAL NATIONALISMS AND
ANTAGONISMS
PCC, 108-B

Sat 4:00 pm

Fri 12:00 pm

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76.3

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GOVERNING GREAT
TRANSFORMATIONS:
TRANSPARENCY,
ACCOUNTABILITY, RULES:
GOVERNING GREAT
TRANSFORMATIONS:
TRANSPARENCY,
ACCOUNTABILITY, LANGUAGE
PCC, 113-A

Sat 8:00 am

107.5

Room:
40.4

Room:
45.2
Room:
83.3
Room:
88.3
Room:
56.2

Room:
107.3

GUNS AND DEMOCRATIC


CITIZENSHIP
PCC, 108-B
HOME IS WHERE THE
POLITICS IS
PCC, 108-A
IN MEMORIAM: SHELDON S.
WOLIN
PCC, 108-B
INVISIBLE SUBJECTS: PERSONS
HAUNTING THE MARGINS OF
MODERN POLITICAL THEORY
PCC, 108-A

Room:

JUDGEMENT AND
RESPONSIBILITY
PCC, 113-C

56.3
Room:

KATEB ON LINCOLN
PCC, 108-B

109.5
Room:

LIBERALISM REVISITED
PCC, 113-C

45.3
Room:

MARKETS AND ECONOMIES


PCC, 113-A

92.3
Room:

NATURE, ANIMAL, AND THE


NONHUMAN
PCC, 113-A

76.4
Room:

NEW MATERIALISMS
PCC, 108-A

96.4
Room:

NEW THEOLOGIES
PCC, 108-A

Fri 10:00 am

Sat 10:00 am
Room:
26.5
Sat 12:00 pm
Room:

60.5
Room:
Sun 8:00 am

Room:

OUT OF THE PAST: RACE,


AFFECT, AND RADICAL
FUTURES
PCC, 108-B

92.4
Room:

POLITICAL AFFECTS
PCC, 108-A

96.5

POLITICAL THEOLOGY AND


CIVIL RELIGION
PCC, 113-A

Room:

Room:
88.4
Room:

158

POLITICIZING THE
ALGORITHM
PCC, 108-A
POWER AND CONTROL ACROSS
SPACE
PCC, 108-A

Room:

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PUBLIC POSTHUMANISM:
STRATEGIES TOWARD THE
NEXT GREAT
TRANSFORMATION
PCC, 108-A
REIMAGINING DEBT:
INDEBTEDNESS, SABBATH, AND
ETERNITY
PCC, 108-A

THE BIOS: FOOD, BODIES, LIFE


ITSELF
PCC, 108-B
THE CHALLENGE OF THE
OTHER: EUROPEAN IDENTITY
AND THE REFUGEE CRISIS
PCC, 113-A

Room:
17.4
Room:

THE POLITICS OF PLACE


PCC, 113-A

Sat 8:00 am

109.6

Sat 4:00 pm

Room:

THINKING ANEW WITH


FRANTZ FANON
PCC, 114

Sat 2:00 pm

Sun 8:00 am

11.5

REVOLUTIONS AND
COUNTERREVOLUTIONS
PCC, 113-A

THE LIFE AND WORK OF


RICHARD E. FLATHMAN
PCC, 113-C

Fri 10:00 am

56.4

Room:
51.4

Sat 2:00 pm

Fri 8:00 am

Fri 12:00 pm

Thu 4:00 pm

Room:

TRANSFORMING VIOLENCE:
"DIVINE" VIOLENCE, PEACE,
AND DIPLOMACY.
PCC, 113-C
YOU CANT BE SERIOUS:
UNDERSTANDING POLITICS
THROUGH COMEDY AND
LAUGHTER
PCC, 113-A

Fri 4:00 pm

Sat 2:00 pm

Thu 2:00 pm

Thu 8:00 am

Thu 10:00 am

Sun 10:00 am

Fri 2:00 pm

Fri 12:00 pm

Sat 4:00 pm

DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL


THEORY
26.6

Thu 2:00 pm
Room:
11.3
Sat 12:00 pm

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

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22.4

Sun 10:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 33: RELIGION AND


POLITICS

22.3

92.5
Room:

Fri 2:00 pm

PROTESTS AND PUBLICS:


REVISITING MARGINALIZED
GROUPS STANDING AND
UPTAKE
PCC, 113-C

Sun 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 33: RELIGION AND


POLITICS

Fri 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 33: RELIGION AND


POLITICS

107.4

51.3

PRIMITIVE ACCUMULATION
AND THE GREAT
TRANSFORMATION
PCC, 114

Room:

1996: A GOOD YEAR FOR


DELIBERATIVE THEORY, 20
YEARS LATER
PCC, 103-B
AMERICAN POLITICAL
THOUGHT AT THE MARGINS
PCC, 108-B

Thu 4:00 pm

Thu 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY

ASSESSING DELIBERATION
PCC, 107-B

51.5

AUTHOR MEETS CRITICS:


STEPHEN MACEDO'S "JUST
MARRIED"
PCC, 107-B

Room:
109.7

Room:
96.6

Room:

AUTHOR-MEETS-CRITICS ON
DAVID MILLER'S STRANGERS
IN OUR MIDST
PCC, 107-B
BEYOND THE SOCIAL
CONTRACT: LIBERALISM
WITHOUT CONSENT
PCC, 107-B

Fri 8:00 am

Room:

Room:

CARE ETHICS, PUBLIC POLICY,


AND HUMAN DIGNITY
PCC, 107-B

76.6
Room:
Sun 10:00 am

Room:
26.7
Room:

COLLECTIVE ACTION,
ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS,
AND (NONHUMAN) ANIMAL
RIGHTS
PCC, 107-B
CONCENTRATED POWER AND
DEMOCRATIC INSTITUTIONS
PCC, 105-AB

109.8

Room:
Sat 4:00 pm

17.6
Room:
51.6
Room:

Fri 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS


RESEARCH

22.5

Thu 2:00 pm

56.6

Room:
40.6
Room:
88.5

Thu 4:00 pm

Room:
45.5

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY

17.5
Room:

DELIBERATIVE DEMOCRACY IN
EVERYDAY POLITICS
PCC, 105-AB

Room:
76.5
Room:
83.4
Room:
60.6

Room:
45.4
Room:
17.50
Room:

DEMOCRATIC VALUES:
KNOWLEDGE, FLEXIBILITY,
AND POLITICAL EQUALITY
PCC, 105-AB
DOMINATION AND INJUSTICE:
NEW PERSPECTIVES
PCC, 107-B
EQUALITY, EQUITY, AND
DELIBERATION
PCC, 105-AB
FUNDING NGO ADVOCACY:
ETHICAL AND POLITICAL
DIMENSIONS
PCC, 107-B
GENDER, THE FAMILY, AND
FEMINIST POLITICAL THEORY
PCC, 105-AB
HUMAN RIGHTS AS
EMANCIPATORY POLITICS?
PCC, 104-B

Sat 10:00 am

Room:

JUSTICE, CITIZENSHIP, AND


IMMIGRATION
PCC, 105-AB
LOTTERIES AND THE
TRANSFORMATION OF
DEMOCRATIC THEORY
PCC, 105-AB
MARKETS, JUSTICE AND
CITIZENSHIP
PCC, 107-B
NATIONALISM, IDENTITY, AND
GROUP SELF-DETERMINATION
PCC, 105-AB
NEW DIRECTIONS IN
DELIBERATIVE DEMOCRATIC
THEORY
PCC, 105-AB
NORMATIVE THEORIZING
WITH THOSE WHO STRUGGLE
PCC, 105-AB
POLITICAL THEORY BEYOND
THE NATION-STATE
PCC, 105-AB
PUTTING THE POLITICAL BACK
INTO POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY:
FIVE NEW WORKS
PCC, 108-A

Sat 8:00 am

Sun 10:00 am

Thu 10:00 am

Fri 12:00 pm

Fri 2:00 pm

Fri 8:00 am

Sat 12:00 pm

Fri 10:00 am

Thu 10:00 am
26.8

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS

107.6

IDEAL AND NON-IDEAL


POLITICAL AUTHORITY
PCC, 107-B

Fri 12:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT


AND PHILOSOPHY: HISTORICAL APPROACHES

56.5

83.5

Room:
22.6

Sun 8:00 am
Room:
11.6
Sat 8:00 am

Room:
96.7

Sat 10:00 am
Room:
56.56
Fri 4:00 pm
Room:

REASON, RHETORIC, AND


TRANSLATION
PCC, 107-B
REPRESENTATION AND
POLITICAL PARTICIPATION
PCC, 105-AB
RETHINKING HISTORICAL AND
STRUCTURAL INJUSTICE
PCC, 105-AB
THE PERSONAL IS THE
NEOLIBERAL: FEMINISM,
MARKETS, AND FAMILIES
PCC, 105-AB
THE POLITICAL THEORY OF
HUMAN RIGHTS
Marriott, Room 310

Thu 4:00 pm

Thu 2:00 pm

Thu 8:00 am

Sat 4:00 pm

Fri 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 45: HUMAN RIGHTS

107.7
Fri 10:00 am
Room:
45.6
Thu 10:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 45: HUMAN RIGHTS

Room:
60.7

Room:

THEORY AND METHODS /


METHODS OF THEORY
PCC, 106-AB
WHAT CAN POLITICAL THEORY
TELL US ABOUT ELECTIONS?
PCC, 107-B
WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE
FREE? AGENCY, AUTONOMY,
ANTIPOWER
PCC, 105-AB

Sun 8:00 am

Fri 10:00 am

Fri 4:00 pm

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40.5
Room:

88.6

Room:

WHAT IS NEOLIBERALISM, AND


WHY DOES IT MATTER?
AUTHORS MEET/AS CRITICS
PCC, 107-B

Sat 12:00 pm

Room:
109.15

DIVISION 4: FORMAL POLITICAL


THEORY
83.6
Room:
40.7

Room:
88.7

Room:
22.7
Room:
11.7

BEHAVIORAL POLITICAL
THEORY
PCC, 107-A
DELEGATION AND THE
MANAGEMENT OF EVIDENCE
AND INFORMATION
PCC, 107-A
HOW AUTOCRATS HOLD
POWER: FORMAL THEORIES
AND EMPIRICAL TESTS
PCC, 107-A
INSTITUTIONS, BARGAINING,
AND INFLUENCE
PCC, 107-A

Room:

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
THEORY
PCC, 107-A

109.9
Room:

POLITICS OF EXTREMISM
PCC, 107-A

96.8

SOCIAL CHOICE,
INFORMATION AGGREGATION,
AND WELFARE
PCC, 107-A

Room:
60.8
Room:

THEORIES OF AUTHORITARIAN
POLITICS
PCC, 107-A

107.8
Room:

THEORY OF ELECTIONS
PCC, 107-A

11.9

Room:

Room:
109.10

ANGRY AND ANXIOUS


POLITICS
Marriott, Room 408

Room:

ELITE PERSONALITY AND


POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS
Marriott, Franklin 9

92.6
Room:

EMPATHY IN POLITICS
Marriott, Franklin 10

17.7

EVALUATIONS AND
INFERENCES IN CAMPAIGN
ENVIRONMENTS
Marriott, Franklin 10

Room:
56.7

Room:

EXPLAINING LEADERS'
INFLUENCE IN INTERNATIONAL
POLITICS
Marriott, Room 408

11.8
Room:

GENDER AS A CAMPAIGN CUE


Marriott, Franklin 10

Sat 10:00 am
83.7
Fri 8:00 am
Room:
26.9
Room:
22.8
Room:
Thu 2:00 pm

76.7
Room:

Thu 8:00 am

60.9
Room:

Sun 10:00 am

96.9

NEW FRONTIERS IN THE STUDY


OF SOCIAL CONTEXT
Marriott, Franklin 10

Sat 10:00 am

Thu 4:00 pm

PARTISAN WAR AND PEACE IN


A POLARIZED WORLD
Marriott, Franklin 10
PERCEPTIONS AND
MISPERCEPTIONS
Marriott, Franklin 10
PERSUASION: WHAT AND WHO
MOVES OPINIONS
Marriott, Room 408

Room:
88.8
Room:

RACIALIZED POLITICS
Marriott, Franklin 10

83.44

SURPRISES: A MAGICAL
MYSTERY TOUR OF PUBLIC
OPINION AND POLITICAL
PSYCHOLOGY
Marriott, Salon I

Thu 2:00 pm

Sat 8:00 am

Fri 4:00 pm

Sat 4:00 pm

Sat 4:00 pm

Fri 4:00 pm

Room:
109.11

Sun 8:00 am
Room:
40.8
Sun 10:00 am
Room:
45.7
Sat 2:00 pm
Room:
96.10

THE EFFECTS OF
PERSONALITY ACROSS
CONTEXTS
Marriott, Room 408
THE POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY
OF DELIBERATING GROUPS
Marriott, Room 408
THE POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY
OF POVERTY AND INEQUALITY
Marriott, Room 408

Room:

THE POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY


OF RELIGIOSITY AND
RELIGIOUS IDENTITY
Marriott, Franklin 10

76.8
Room:

US VERSUS THEM
Marriott, Room 408

Thu 10:00 am

Fri 2:00 pm

Sat 12:00 pm

Sat 10:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION

Sun 8:00 am

Sun 10:00 am

Fri 8:00 am

Fri 10:00 am

Sat 4:00 pm

Sat 8:00 am

DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY


96.11
Thu 8:00 am

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

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NATURE, NURTURE, AND


POLITICAL SOCIALIZATION
Marriott, Franklin 10

POLITICAL VALUES OVER TIME


AND ACROSS GROUPS
Marriott, Franklin 8

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RESEARCH

160

MEASUREMENT ISSUES IN
SURVEY RESEARCH
Marriott, Franklin 11

Thu 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION


Co-sponsored by DIVISION 8: POLITICAL
METHODOLOGY

DIVISION 5: POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY


107.9

ISSUES, PARTIES, AND BELIEF


SYSTEMS
Marriott, Room 408

ACCOUNTABILITY AND
TRANSPARENCY IN
DEMOCRACIES AND
AUTOCRACIES
PCC, 103-B

Sat 4:00 pm

Room:
17.8
Room:
88.9

Room:
109.12

AUTHORITARIAN CONTROL
AND AUTOCRATIC SURVIVAL
PCC, 103-C
BUREAUCRACY AND STATE
CAPACITY
PCC, 103-C
BUSINESS-GOVERNMENT
LINKAGES AND POLITICAL
RISK
PCC, 103-B

Room:

COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES
ON EMPLOYEE AND EMPLOYER
POLITICAL VOICE AND POWER
PCC, 103-C

51.7
Room:

FIRMS AS POLITICAL ACTORS


PCC, 103-C

60.10

Room:

HOLDING GOVERNMENTS TO
ACCOUNT: VARIATION IN
INSTITUTIONAL AND CITIZEN
OVERSIGHT
PCC, 103-C

26.10
Room:

LAND AND CONFLICT


PCC, 103-C

45.8

MAKING POLITICS WORK FOR


ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT,
NOT AGAINST IT
PCC, 103-C

Thu 8:00 am

11.11
Room:

Thu 10:00 am

107.11
Room:

Sat 12:00 pm

83.8
Room:
56.9

Sun 10:00 am
Room:
107.10

40.9
Room:
109.13

Room:
45.9
Room:
51.8
Room:
96.12
Room:
92.7
Room:

NEW THEORIES AND EVIDENCE


ON PROPERTY RIGHTS
PCC, 102-A
POLITICAL ECONOMY OF
ADVANCED INDUSTRIAL
DEMOCRACIES
PCC, 103-B
POLITICAL ECONOMY OF
CORRUPTION
PCC, 102-A
POLITICAL ECONOMY OF
INEQUALITY
PCC, 102-A
POLITICAL ECONOMY OF
LOCAL DEVELOPMENT
PCC, 103-C
POLITICAL ECONOMY OF
LOCAL POLITICS
PCC, 103-C

Room:
76.9

Room:
56.8

Room:

POLITICAL ECONOMY OF
PUBLIC GOODS PROVISION
PCC, 103-C
POLITICAL ECONOMY OF
REDISTRIBUTIVE
PREFERENCES
PCC, 103-C
POLITICAL ECONOMY OF
SOCIAL POLICY IN
DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
PCC, 102-A

POLITICAL ECONOMY OF VOTE


BUYING AND CLIENTELISM
PCC, 103-C
POLITICAL FOUNDATIONS OF
ECONOMIC POLICY
PCC, 103-C

Fri 12:00 pm

Room:

Fri 4:00 pm

92.8
Room:

QUADRATIC VOTING
PCC, 103-B

40.10

SOCIAL POLICY IN NONDEMOCRACIES: RUSSIA &


CHINA
PCC, 103-C

Thu 4:00 pm

Fri 10:00 am

22.9
Room:

WOMEN AND GENDER IN


POLITICAL ECONOMY
PCC, 103-C

Thu 8:00 am

Sun 8:00 am

Sat 10:00 am

Fri 2:00 pm

Sun 8:00 am

Sat 2:00 pm

Fri 8:00 am

Thu 2:00 pm

DIVISION 7: POLITICS AND HISTORY


88.11
Fri 8:00 am
Room:
Sun 10:00 am

45.10

Room:
Fri 10:00 am

76.10
Room:

Fri 12:00 pm

11.12

Room:

"CAUGHT: THE PRISON STATE


AND THE LOCKDOWN OF
AMERICAN POLITICS"
PCC, 113-C
AUTHORS MEET CRITICS: FED
POWER BY LAWRENCE JACOBS
AND DESMOND KING
Marriott, Franklin 8
CITIZENS, STATES, AND
MARKETS
PCC, 202-A
COLONIAL INSTITUTIONS,
STATE CAPACITY, AND
CONFLICT
PCC, 203-B

Sat 12:00 pm

Fri 10:00 am

Sat 8:00 am

Thu 8:00 am

Sat 4:00 pm
56.38

Sat 2:00 pm

Room:
88.10

POLITICAL ECONOMY OF
VIOLENCE
PCC, 102-A

POLITICAL ECONOMY OF
AUTHORITARIAN POLITICS
PCC, 103-C

Room:

Room:

POLITICAL ECONOMY OF
SOVEREIGN RISK
PCC, 103-B

DEVELOPMENTAL AND
HISTORICAL
INSTITUTIONALIST
PERSPECTIVES ON URBAN
POLITICS
Marriott, Room 307

Fri 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 30: URBAN AND LOCAL


POLITICS

Sat 12:00 pm
83.9
Sat 8:00 am
Room:
96.13
Fri 2:00 pm
Room:

ELITE POLITICS AND EARLY


POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT
PCC, 113-C
HISTORICAL ORIGINS OF
POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC
INSTITUTIONS
PCC, 112-A

Sat 10:00 am

Sat 4:00 pm

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17.32
Room:

HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES ON
PUBLIC POLICY
Marriott, Franklin 4

Thu 10:00 am

Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY

107.12
Room:
56.10

Room:
60.11
Room:
92.9
Room:
17.9
Room:
88.12

Room:
45.11

Room:
92.30
Room:

HISTORY, POLITICS, AND LAND


CONFLICT
PCC, 112-A
IMPOSED REGIMES AND
ENDURING PATTERNS OF
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Loews, Commonwealth C
INEQUALITY: CAUSES AND
CONSEQUENCES
PCC, 203-A
LAW AND PATTERNS OF
POLITICAL CONTESTATION
PCC, 112-A
MENUS OF (ELECTORAL)
MANIPULATION
PCC, 203-B
NEW PERSPECTIVES ON
WELFARE STATE
DEVELOPMENT
PCC, 112-A
RACE, CITIZENSHIP, AND
AMERICAN POLITICAL
DEVELOPMENT
PCC, 203-B
RELIC, AUTHORS WILLIAM
HOWELL AND TERRY MOE
Marriott, Franklin 12

Room:
109.14
Room:
92.10

Room:
96.14

RELIGION AND POLITICAL


DEVELOPMENT IN THE WEST
PCC, 203-B
STATE-LEVEL ORIGINS OF
AMERICAN POLITICS
PCC, 112-A
THE FAMILY AND THE STATE:
THE POLITICS AND POLICIES
OF PUBLIC/PRIVATE
BOUNDARIES
Marriott, Room 310

Room:

THE INTERPLAY OF STATES


AND MARKETS
PCC, 113-C

26.11
Room:

THE MAKING OF NATIONS


PCC, 203-B

11.13

Sun 8:00 am
Room:

17.10
Room:

17.11
Sat 2:00 pm
Room:

Room:

Thu 8:00 am

CAUSAL INFERENCE IN
RANDOMIZED EXPERIMENTS
Marriott, Franklin 3

Thu 10:00 am

CODING AND VALIDATING


POLITICAL EVENT DATA
Marriott, Franklin 11

Thu 10:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES

Thu 10:00 am
60.12
Sat 12:00 pm
Room:

CONVENIENCE SAMPLING AND


REPRESENTATIVENESS OF
PUBLIC OPINION SURVEYS
Marriott, Franklin 12

Fri 4:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION

76.11
Fri 10:00 am

Room:

109.15
Room:

Sat 8:00 am

MEASUREMENT ISSUES IN
SURVEY RESEARCH
Marriott, Franklin 11

Sun 10:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION


Co-sponsored by DIVISION 5: POLITICAL
PSYCHOLOGY

Thu 2:00 pm

Sun 10:00 am

ESTIMATING SUB-NATIONAL
PREFERENCES: COMPLEX
APPLICATIONS &
IMPROVEMENTS OF MRP
Marriott, Franklin 11

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND


ELECTORAL SYSTEMS
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION

Sat 2:00 pm

22.11

Room:

MEASURING PROTEST: A
COMPARISON OF SURVEYS AND
VARIABLES
Marriott, Franklin 11

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES

Sat 2:00 pm

56.11
Sat 4:00 pm
Room:
92.11
Thu 4:00 pm
Room:

ADVANCES IN IDEAL POINT


ESTIMATION
Marriott, Franklin 11

AGGREGATE DATA IN THE


STUDY OF POLITICAL
BEHAVIOR
Marriott, Franklin 11

Fri 10:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 51: EXPERIMENTAL


RESEARCH

Fri 4:00 pm

METHODOLOGICAL ADVANCES
IN CAUSAL MEDIATION
ANALYSIS
Marriott, Franklin 12
METHODOLOGICAL ADVANCES
IN MODELING LEGISLATIVE
SPEECH
Marriott, Franklin 11

Fri 2:00 pm

Sat 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 22: LEGISLATIVE STUDIES

DIVISION 8: POLITICAL
METHODOLOGY
107.13

ADVANCES IN TIME SERIES


AND DYNAMIC MODELING
Marriott, Franklin 12

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND


VOTING BEHAVIOR

Fri 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 23: PRESIDENTS AND


EXECUTIVE POLITICS

22.10

45.12

Sun 8:00 am

11.14

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 22: LEGISLATIVE STUDIES

Room:

METHODOLOGICAL ADVANCES
IN SOCIAL NETWORK
ANALYSIS
Marriott, Room 306

Thu 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 50: POLITICAL NETWORKS

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METHODOLOGICAL
CHALLENGES AND ADVANCES
USING THE CSES
Marriott, Salon D

Fri 12:00 pm

Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND


VOTING BEHAVIOR

40.11
Room:
83.10

Room:
26.43

Room:

MODEL SPECIFICATION:
METHODS AND APPLICATIONS
Marriott, Franklin 12
NEW TOOLS AND STANDARDS
FOR RESEARCH
TRANSPARENCY
Marriott, Franklin 11
ORDERS OF MAGNITUDE: BIG
DATA APPLICATIONS IN
POLITICAL SCIENCE
Marriott, Salon D

Room:
109.16
Room:
11.15
Room:
51.9
Room:

ROUNDTABLE ON MENTORING
AND DIVERSITY IN POLITICAL
METHODOLOGY
Marriott, Franklin 11
ROUNDTABLE ON REPLICATION
AND PREREGISTRATION
Marriott, Franklin 3
SPATIAL DATA ANALYSIS:
METHODS AND APPLICATIONS
Marriott, Franklin 3
STUDYING AND MEASURING
ELECTORAL INTEGRITY
Marriott, Franklin 12

17.12

TEXT ANALYSIS: APPLICATIONS


Marriott, Franklin 13

40.12
Room:

TEXT ANALYSIS: METHODS


Marriott, Franklin 3

88.14

THE STATISTICS OF CAUSAL


INFERENCE: A VIEW FROM
POLITICAL METHODOLOGY
Marriott, Franklin 11

Room:
26.12

Sat 4:00 pm

Room:

Thu 8:00 am

76.13

40.13

Room:

Fri 12:00 pm

96.16

Room:

Room:
107.14
Room:

11.16
Room:

USING AUXILIARY
INFORMATION AND EXPERT
KNOWLEDGE
Marriott, Franklin 3
VARIABLE SELECTION:
METHODS AND APPLICATIONS
Marriott, Franklin 3

PROMOTION LETTERS:
PROBLEMS OF SELFSELECTION & 'DEVALUATION'
Marriott, Room 305
TEACHING INTERNATIONAL
RELATIONS
Marriott, Room 305

Thu 10:00 am

Thu 4:00 pm

TEACHING POLITICAL SCIENCE


STUDENTS ABOUT ANALYTICS,
POLICY AND GOVERNANCE
Marriott, Room 305
TRANSFORMATIONAL
LEARNING IN DIVERSE
CONTEXTS
Marriott, Room 305

Sat 8:00 am

Fri 8:00 am

TRANSFORMATIONAL
LEARNING IN THE US POLITICS
CLASSROOM
Marriott, Room 305

Sat 4:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 10: POLITICAL SCIENCE


EDUCATION

Sat 12:00 pm
88.15
Fri 8:00 am

Sat 12:00 pm

92.12

Room:
76.12

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 10: POLITICAL SCIENCE


EDUCATION

Room:

Room:

MAINSTREAMING GENDER IN
THE TEACHING AND LEARNING
OF POLITICS
Marriott, Room 305

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 10: POLITICAL SCIENCE


EDUCATION

Room:
Sun 10:00 am

Fri 12:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 10: POLITICAL SCIENCE


EDUCATION

Sat 10:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND


VOTING BEHAVIOR

88.13
Room:

22.12

Room:

Thu 4:00 pm

ENHANCING TEACHING AND


LEARNING
Marriott, Room 305

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 10: POLITICAL SCIENCE


EDUCATION

Fri 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND


VOTING BEHAVIOR

96.15

51.10

USING SIMULATIONS TO
TEACH INTERNATIONAL
POLITICS
Marriott, Room 305
VALUES, PARTICIPATION, AND
TEACHING AND LEARNING IN
POLITICAL SCIENCE
Marriott, Room 305

Sat 12:00 pm

Sat 2:00 pm

Sat 8:00 am

DIVISION 10: POLITICAL SCIENCE


EDUCATION
11.16
Sun 8:00 am
Room:

BEST PRACTICES IN POLITICAL


SCIENCE ASSESSMENT
Marriott, Room 305

Thu 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 9: TEACHING AND


LEARNING IN POLITICAL SCIENCE

DIVISION 9: TEACHING AND


LEARNING IN POLITICAL SCIENCE

83.11

BEST PRACTICES IN POLITICAL


SCIENCE ASSESSMENT
Marriott, Room 305

Room:

Thu 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 10: POLITICAL SCIENCE


EDUCATION

45.13
Room:

CIVIC ENGAGEMENT AND


DEMOCRATIC PRACTICE
BEYOND THE CLASSROOM
Marriott, Room 305
EMBRACING TECHNOLOGY TO
ENHANCE STUDENT LEARNING
Marriott, Room 305

Sat 10:00 am

Fri 10:00 am

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

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51.43

51.10
Room:

ENHANCING TEACHING AND


LEARNING
Marriott, Room 305

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 8: POLITICAL


METHODOLOGY

Fri 12:00 pm
83.33

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 9: TEACHING AND


LEARNING IN POLITICAL SCIENCE

22.12

Room:

MAINSTREAMING GENDER IN
THE TEACHING AND LEARNING
OF POLITICS
Marriott, Room 305

Thu 2:00 pm

Room:
88.16

Room:

Room:

TEACHING INTERNATIONAL
RELATIONS
Marriott, Room 305

Thu 4:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 9: TEACHING AND


LEARNING IN POLITICAL SCIENCE

40.13

Room:

TRANSFORMATIONAL
LEARNING IN DIVERSE
CONTEXTS
Marriott, Room 305

Fri 8:00 am

Room:

TRANSFORMATIONAL
LEARNING IN THE US POLITICS
CLASSROOM
Marriott, Room 305

Room:

WHOS CHARLIE? TEACHING


THE 2015 PARIS ATTACKS &
OTHER DRAMATIC CURRENT
EVENTS
Marriott, Room 305

Room:
17.13

Room:
76.14

Room:
51.11
Room:
83.12
Room:
17.11
Room:

ACCOUNTABILITY AND
CORRUPTION: POLITICAL
ELITES IN DEVELOPING
DEMOCRACIES
PCC, 204-B
ARMED GROUP
TRANSFORMATION AND THE
TRANSITION TO POLITICS
AFTER CIVIL WARS
PCC, 204-B
BARRIERS TO INSTITUTIONAL
CHANGE
PCC, 204-B
CIVIL-MILITARY RELATIONS
AND REGIME DURABILITY
PCC, 204-B
CODING AND VALIDATING
POLITICAL EVENT DATA
Marriott, Franklin 11

Room:
17.5

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Room:

COMPARATIVE POLITICAL
ECONOMY OF
REPRESENTATION
PCC, 204-B
CORRUPTION AND
CORRUPTION CONTROL IN THE
ASIA-PACIFIC REGION
PCC, 201-C
CORRUPTION: CAUSES AND
EFFECTS
PCC, 204-B
DA-RT AND QUALITATIVE
METHODS: THE CASE OF
PROCESS TRACING
PCC, 204-B

Sat 12:00 pm

Thu 2:00 pm

Sat 12:00 pm

Sun 10:00 am

Thu 4:00 pm

DEFINING AND DEPLOYING


POLITICAL SPACE IN ASIA
PCC, 201-C
DELIBERATIVE DEMOCRACY IN
EVERYDAY POLITICS
PCC, 105-AB

Thu 10:00 am

Thu 10:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL


THEORY

Thu 8:00 am
96.17
Room:
Thu 10:00 am

COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES
ON CHINAS REGULATORY
STATE
PCC, 204-B

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE


METHODS

17.14

56.12

Room:

DEMOCRACY AND
DEVELOPMENT
PCC, 204-B
EMPIRICAL & NORMATIVE
IMPLICATIONS OF
DELIBERATIVE
CONSTITUTIONS IN
DEMOCRACIES
PCC, 201-C

Sat 4:00 pm

Fri 2:00 pm

Sat 8:00 am
109.18
Room:
40.14
Fri 12:00 pm

Room:

EXPLAINING TRANSITIONS TO
PROGRAMMATIC POLITICS
PCC, 201-C
EXTRACTIVES IN CONTEXT:
COMMUNITIES AND THE
LOCAL POLITICS OF
DISTRIBUTION
PCC, 201-C

Sun 10:00 am

Fri 8:00 am

Sat 10:00 am
11.41

Thu 10:00 am

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

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Fri 4:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES

164

109.17

26.13

DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS


25 YEARS OF CRITICAL
JUNCTURES: COLLIER &
COLLIER'S SHAPING THE
POLITICAL ARENA
PCC, 204-B

88.17

Room:

Co-sponsored by French Politics Group

11.17

Room:

Sat 4:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 9: TEACHING AND


LEARNING IN POLITICAL SCIENCE

60.13

22.13

Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 9: TEACHING AND


LEARNING IN POLITICAL SCIENCE

96.16

Sat 10:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 9: TEACHING AND


LEARNING IN POLITICAL SCIENCE

26.12

COMPARATIVE ANALYSES OF
RULEMAKING, REGULATION,
AND POLICYMAKING
Marriott, Franklin 6

Room:

FEMINIST INSTITUTIONALISM
AT 10 YEARS: NEW
PERSPECTIVES ON
TRANSFORMATIVE CHANGE
Marriott, Franklin 7

Thu 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS


RESEARCH

22.14
Room:
60.14

Room:
107.15

Room:
96.18

Room:
11.18
Room:
107.16

Room:
40.15
Room:
22.11

Room:

GANGS, VIGILANTES, AND


VIOLENCE
PCC, 202-A
GLOBAL EXPERIMENTS
EXPLAINING HETEROGENEITY
IN CITIZEN RESPONSES TO
CORRUPTION
PCC, 204-B
HOW CULTURAL
FRAMEWORKS SHAPE THE
POLITICS OF CRISIS
PCC, 204-B
IMMIGRATION AND IDENTITY:
PROCESSES OF ASSIMILATION
AND DISCRIMINATION
PCC, 201-C
INEQUALITY, REDISTRIBUTION,
AND DEMOCRACY
PCC, 201-B
INFORMAL INSTITUTIONS OF
GOVERNANCE: ORIGINS,
DYNAMICS, AND
CONSEQUENCES
PCC, 201-B
INSTITUTIONAL CHANGE
UNDER AUTHORITARIAN RULE
PCC, 201-B
MEASURING PROTEST: A
COMPARISON OF SURVEYS AND
VARIABLES
Marriott, Franklin 11

56.13
Thu 2:00 pm
Room:
Fri 4:00 pm

Room:

Room:

MECHANISMS AND PROCESSTRACING WHAT ARE WE


ACTUALLY TRACING?
Marriott, Franklin 13

Sun 8:00 am

96.19
Room:
56.14

Sat 4:00 pm
Room:
83.13
Thu 8:00 am
Room:
26.14
Sun 8:00 am

Room:
92.13
Fri 8:00 am
Room:
26.15
Thu 2:00 pm

Room:

Sun 10:00 am

107.17

Room:
51.13

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE


METHODS

92.11

Room:

METHODOLOGICAL ADVANCES
IN MODELING LEGISLATIVE
SPEECH
Marriott, Franklin 11

Room:
Sat 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 22: LEGISLATIVE STUDIES


Co-sponsored by DIVISION 8: POLITICAL
METHODOLOGY

40.16

Room:
51.12
Room:
76.15

Room:

MILITARY COUPS,
DEMOCRATIC EROSION, AND
POLITICAL INSTABILITY
Marriott, Franklin 13
NEW PERSPECTIVES ON PARTY
INSTITUTIONALIZATION
PCC, 201-C
NEW WAYS TO THINK ABOUT
COMPARATIVE POLITICS: THE
RUDOLPHS' INTELLECTUAL
LEGACY
PCC, 201-C

NON-STATE PROVISION AND


CITIZEN CLAIM-MAKING IN
LOCAL PUBLIC GOODS
PCC, 201-B

Fri 2:00 pm

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES


Co-sponsored by DIVISION 8: POLITICAL
METHODOLOGY

109.53

22.15

NON-STATE ACTORS AND


POLICYMAKING IN
DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
PCC, 204-B

Fri 8:00 am

17.15

POLITICAL IMPLICATIONS OF
SOCIAL POLICIES
PCC, 201-B
POLITICAL PARTICIPATION IN
HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
PCC, 201-B
POLITICAL VIOLENCE,
CIVILIAN SENTIMENTS, AND
CONFLICT OUTCOMES
PCC, 201-C
POLITICS AND IDENTITY
CHANGE IN COMPARATIVE
PERSPECTIVE
PCC, 113-B
POPULAR MOBILIZATION AND
REGIME CHANGE
PCC, 201-C
SECESSIONIST VIOLENCE: THE
PERSPECTIVE OF THE STATE
AND THE SECESSIONIST
REGION
PCC, 201-C
STATE BUILDING AND
DEVELOPMENT: THEORY AND
METHOD
PCC, 201-C
SUBNATIONAL POLITICS IN
DEVELOPING COUNTRIES:
POLICY, INSTITUTIONS AND
CONFLICT
PCC, 201-B

Room:

SURVEY AND LABORATORY


EXPERIMENTS IN THE MIDDLE
EAST AND NORTH AFRICA
PCC, 201-B

45.14
Room:

TAXATION
PCC, 201-B

92.45

THE (COMPARATIVE)
STRANGER: PERSPECTIVES ON
REGIME SUPPORT AND
REPRESENTATION
Marriott, Salon I

Fri 12:00 pm
Room:

Sat 4:00 pm

Fri 2:00 pm

Sat 10:00 am

Thu 4:00 pm

Sat 2:00 pm

Thu 4:00 pm

Sun 8:00 am

Fri 12:00 pm

Thu 10:00 am

Fri 10:00 am

Sat 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION

109.19
Sat 8:00 am

Room:

THE GREAT
TRANSFORMATION: THE
ORIGINS OF THE STATE IN
EUROPE AND CHINA
PCC, 201-B

Sun 10:00 am

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

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Co-sponsored by Political Studies Association

92.14

Room:

THE ORIGINS OF
COLONIALISM: INVESTMENTS,
INSTITUTIONS AND THEIR
LONG-TERM IMPACT
PCC, 204-B

22.16

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

40.17
Room:

THE PERSISTENCE OF
CLIENTELISM
PCC, 204-B

76.16
Room:

THE POLITICS OF CITIZENSHIP


PCC, 201-B

83.14

THE POLITICS OF
INFORMALITY
PCC, 201-B

Room:
88.18

Room:
107.18
Room:
88.19

THE POLITICS OF POLICY


REFORM IN DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES
PCC, 109-AB
THE POLITICS OF PUBLIC
GOODS
PCC, 109-AB

Room:

THE POLITICS OF RELIGION AS


IDENTITY, IDEOLOGY, AND
INSTITUTION
PCC, 201-B

60.15
Room:

THE POLITICS OF RESOURCES


PCC, 201-C

92.15

THE RELATIONAL-CULTURAL
APPROACH TO POPULISM IN
COMPARATIVE POLITICS
PCC, 201-B

Room:
40.18
Room:
109.20

Room:
17.16

THE ROLE OF ELECTIONS IN


REGIME TRANSFORMATIONS
PCC, 109-AB
TRANSFORMATIONS FOR
UNDERSTANDING STATE
CAPITALISM
PCC, 109-AB

Room:

TRANSITIONS FROM
CLIENTELISTIC TO
PROGRAMMATIC PARTY
COMPETITION
PCC, 109-AB

45.15
Room:

UNDERSTANDING ELECTIONS
PCC, 109-AB

45.16

UNIONS AND POLITICS IN


ADVANCED INDUSTRIAL
SOCIETIES
PCC, 201-C

Room:
92.16
Room:

WHY AUTHORITARIAN
REGIMES ENDURE (OR NOT)
PCC, 109-AB

DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS


OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

Sat 2:00 pm

Fri 8:00 am

Room:
26.16
Room:

Sat 8:00 am

107.19
Room:
76.17

Page 166

AUTHORITARIAN
LEGISLATURES
PCC, 201-A

Thu 4:00 pm

Sun 8:00 am

Room:

AUTHORITARIAN RESILIENCE
AND WEAKNESS
PCC, 109-AB

Sat 8:00 am

Sat 12:00 pm
26.17

Sun 8:00 am
Room:
11.19
Sat 12:00 pm
Room:
51.14
Room:

BEYOND THE NEW NEW


INSTITUTIONALISM: DEBATING
THE POLITICS OF
DEVELOPMENT
PCC, 201-A
CIVIL SOCIETY AND AGENCY
OUTSIDE THE STATE
PCC, 109-AB
COLONIALISM AND
HISTORICAL LEGACIES
PCC, 109-AB

Thu 4:00 pm

Thu 8:00 am

Fri 12:00 pm

Fri 4:00 pm
76.18
Sat 2:00 pm
Room:
109.21
Fri 8:00 am
Room:
11.20
Sun 10:00 am
Room:
40.19
Thu 10:00 am
Room:
83.15

Fri 10:00 am
Room:
96.20
Fri 10:00 am
Room:
56.15
Sat 2:00 pm

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

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PANEL ON GLOBALIZING INDIA
PCC, 109-AB

Thu 2:00 pm

Sat 10:00 am

Room:

166

ARMED AND UNARMED


POLITICS IN COMPARATIVE
PERSPECTIVE
PCC, 109-AB

COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES
ON INDIVIDUAL
PARTICIPATION IN CONFLICT
PCC, 201-A
COMPARATIVE STATE
FORMATION: BRIDGING IR AND
COMPARATIVE POLITICS
PCC, 201-A
COMPETING AND GOVERNING
IN MULTIETHNIC SOCIETIES
PCC, 201-A
CONTENTION AND REPRESSION
IN AFRICA AND SOUTH
AMERICA
PCC, 201-A
CONTEXT AND CAUSATION OF
ANTI-EXTRACTIVE CONFLICTS
IN LATIN AMERICA
PCC, 201-A
CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES ON
DEMOCRACY
PCC, 109-AB
CYCLES OF CONTENTION: THE
GROWTH AND REGROWTH OF
ISLAMISM IN THE MIDDLE
EAST
PCC, 201-A

Sat 8:00 am

Sun 10:00 am

Thu 8:00 am

Fri 8:00 am

Sat 10:00 am

Sat 4:00 pm

Fri 2:00 pm

Room:
76.19
Room:
40.20
Room:
11.21
Room:
45.17

Room:
11.22

DEMOCRATIC PARTICIPATION,
GENDER, AND ECONOMIC
DEVELOPMENT IN LATIN
AMERICA
PCC, 109-AB
DISTRIBUTIVE POLITICS IN
INDIA
PCC, 111-B
DYNAMICS OF PARTICIPATION
AND ENGAGEMENT
PCC, 111-B
ETHNIC POLITICS IN PAKISTAN,
AFRICA, AND CHINA
PCC, 112-B
FILLING EMPTY GLASSES:
INSTITUTIONAL
PERFORMANCE IN INDIA
PCC, 201-A

Room:

GOVERNANCE AND STATE


PERFORMANCE
PCC, 111-B

56.17
Room:

INEQUALITY & DISTRIBUTION


PCC, 111-B

83.16

LAND AND CONFLICT: RURAL


POLITICS IN CHINA, INDIA,
AND AFRICA
PCC, 109-AB

Room:
17.17

Room:
109.22

Room:
22.15

Room:

LEGACIES OF HISTORICAL AND


COLONIAL PAST IN SOUTH
ASIA
PCC, 111-B
LOCAL SERVICE PROVISION:
INSTITUTIONS, SOCIAL
IDENTITIES, AND CLIENTELISM
PCC, 111-B
NON-STATE PROVISION AND
CITIZEN CLAIM-MAKING IN
LOCAL PUBLIC GOODS
PCC, 201-B

Fri 2:00 pm

Room:
17.18
Sat 8:00 am

Room:

Room:
22.17
Room:
96.21

Room:
88.20

Room:

ORIGINS AND
TRANSFORMATIONS OF
GENDER GAPS
PCC, 111-B
PATTERNS AND IMPLICATIONS
OF POLITICAL VIOLENCE
PCC, 111-B
POLITICAL ECONOMY OF
DEVELOPMENT AND FULLER'S
PAPER TIGERS, HIDDEN
DRAGONS
PCC, 201-A
POLITICAL PARTIES IN
DEVELOPING COUNTRIES:
LOCAL VS. NATIONAL
DIMENSIONS
PCC, 201-A

POLITICAL PARTIES IN
DEVELOPING COUNTRIES:
ALIGNMENTS AND LEADERSHIP
PCC, 111-B
POLITICS OF CHINAS
INVESTMENT AND RESOURCE
EXTRACTION IN AFRICA &
LATIN AMERICA
PCC, 201-A

Fri 12:00 pm

Thu 10:00 am

Fri 8:00 am
96.22

Thu 8:00 am
Room:
107.20
Fri 10:00 am
Room:
22.18

Thu 8:00 am
Room:
51.16
Fri 2:00 pm

Sat 10:00 am

Room:
60.16

Thu 10:00 am
Room:
83.17
Sun 10:00 am
Room:
109.23
Thu 2:00 pm
Room:

POLITICS OF SOCIAL AND


ENVIRONMENTAL RISKS IN
CHINA
PCC, 111-B
POST-CONFLICT PUBLIC
GOODS PROVISION
PCC, 111-B
RESOURCE ALLOCATION AND
DISTRIBUTIVE POLITICS IN
DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
PCC, 201-A
RESURGENCE OF INDUSTRIAL
POLICY: NETWORKS,
CLUSTERS, AND PRODUCTION
FRAGMENTATION
PCC, 201-A
REVISITING DEPENDENCY AND
THE INTERNATIONAL
CONSTRAINTS ON NATIONAL
DEVELOPMENT
PCC, 111-B
RIGHT-SIZING THE RESOURCE
'CURSE': OIL'S VARYING
POLITICAL DYNAMICS
PCC, 111-B
SELECTED ISSUES IN
SOUTHEAST ASIAN POLITICS
AND POLITICAL ECONOMY
PCC, 113-A

Sat 4:00 pm

Sun 8:00 am

Thu 2:00 pm

Fri 12:00 pm

Fri 4:00 pm

Sat 10:00 am

Sun 10:00 am

Co-sponsored by Southeast Asian Politics Group

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS

45.18

51.15

11.23

Fri 10:00 am
Room:
88.21

Thu 2:00 pm
Room:
56.18

SOCIAL PROTECTION,
CONFLICT, AND THE
INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM
PCC, 111-B

Room:

SUBNATIONAL POLITICS:
LOCAL PATTERNS AND
PUZZLES
PCC, 113-A

26.18
Room:

THE LOGICS OF CLIENTELISM


PCC, 113-A

40.21

THE NATURE OF INDIAN


DEMOCRACY
PCC, 113-A

Sat 4:00 pm

Sat 12:00 pm

SOCIAL MOVEMENTS AND


CONTENTIOUS POLITICS
ACROSS REGIONS
PCC, 113-A

Room:

Thu 8:00 am

Sat 12:00 pm

Fri 2:00 pm

Thu 4:00 pm

Fri 8:00 am

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92.14

Room:

THE ORIGINS OF
COLONIALISM: INVESTMENTS,
INSTITUTIONS AND THEIR
LONG-TERM IMPACT
PCC, 204-B

Sat 2:00 pm

Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS

107.21

Room:
92.17

Room:
83.18
Room:
45.19

Room:
92.18

Room:
60.17
Room:
60.18

Room:

THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF


UPS AND DOWNS: THE
BRAZILIAN CASE
PCC, 113-A
THE POLITICAL LOGIC(S) OF
ANTI-CORRUPTION CAMPAIGNS
IN ASIA
PCC, 111-B
THE ROLE OF IDEAS IN LATIN
AMERICAN JUSTICE REFORMS
PCC, 113-A
URBANIZATION,
DEVELOPMENT, AND SOCIAL
DISLOCATION
PCC, 113-C
VARIETIES OF COLLECTIVE
ACTION: EXPLAINING LABOR
MOBILIZATION IN LATIN
AMERICA
PCC, 201-A

Room:
107.22

Sat 2:00 pm

Room:
40.22

Room:
13.1

Room:
96.23
Room:
88.22

Room:

168

CHALLENGES OF
POSTCOMMUNIST
GOVERNANCE
PCC, 202-B
CHINESE POLITICS:
CONTESTATION FROM WITHIN
AND BELOW
Marriott, Room 415
ECONOMIC INFLUENCES ON
POSTCOMMUNIST POLITICS
PCC, 202-B
GENDER AND SEXUALITY IN
THE RUSSIAN POLITICAL
LANDSCAPE
PCC, 202-B

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POPULAR PROTEST IN CHINA


PCC, 202-B

51.17

POST-COMMUNIST SOCIAL
POLICY
PCC, 202-B

56.19
Room:
92.19
Room:
88.23
Room:
60.19
Fri 4:00 pm

Fri 4:00 pm

Room:
60.20
Room:

SECURITY IN UKRAINE AND


BEYOND
PCC, 202-B
STATE POWER AND DISCOURSE
IN CONTEMPORARY RUSSIA
PCC, 202-B
THE BEHAVIOR OF THE NEW
WELFARE STATE IN CHINA
PCC, 202-A
THE CHANGING POLITICAL
ECONOMIES OF
AUTHORITARIANISM IN
CENTRAL ASIA
PCC, 202-B
THE LIMITS OF LIBERALISM IN
EASTERN EUROPE
PCC, 113-C

Sat 8:00 am

Sat 10:00 am

Sun 8:00 am

Sun 10:00 am

Fri 12:00 pm

Fri 2:00 pm

Sat 2:00 pm

Sat 12:00 pm

Fri 4:00 pm

Fri 4:00 pm

DIVISION 14: COMPARATIVE POLITICS


OF ADVANCED INDUSTRIAL
SOCIETIES
26.19

Fri 10:00 am
Room:
22.19
Fri 8:00 am

Room:
40.23

Thu 8:00 am
Room:
45.21
Sat 4:00 pm
Room:
Sat 12:00 pm

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Room:

Fri 10:00 am

WHITHER AUTHORITARIAN
RESILIENCE: CHALLENGES
FACING THE CHINESE PARTYSTATE
PCC, 201-A

OLIGARCHS AND ENERGY IN


RUSSIA
PCC, 202-B

Room:

Room:

Sat 2:00 pm

GOVERNING MARKETS &


POLITICS IN INFORMATION
COMMUNICATIONS IN CHINA &
RUSSIA
PCC, 202-B

POLITICAL CHANGE IN
EASTERN EUROPE
PCC, 202-B

Sat 10:00 am

WELFARE POLITICS IN INDIA,


CHINA, AND BEYOND
PCC, 109-AB

AUTOCRACIES ON SOCIAL
MEDIA: GOALS, TOOLS,
LESSONS OF KREMLINS
ONLINE OFFENSIVE
PCC, 202-B

83.19

Sun 8:00 am

DIVISION 13: THE POLITICS OF


COMMUNIST AND FORMER
COMMUNIST COUNTRIES
45.20

76.20

17.19
Room:

DEMOCRACY,
REDISTRIBUTION, AND
INEQUALITY
PCC, 110-AB
DYNAMICS OF COALITION
GOVERNMENTS
PCC, 110-AB
GREAT TRANSFORMATIONS IN
WORLD POL. 1: PROTEAN AND
CONTROL POWER IN
INTERACTION
Loews, Commonwealth A2
GREAT TRANSFORMATIONS IN
WORLD POL. 2: PROTEAN AND
CONTROL POWER IN
INTERACTION
Loews, Commonwealth A2
MIGRATION, ETHNICITY AND
PROTEST
PCC, 110-AB

Thu 4:00 pm

Thu 2:00 pm

Fri 8:00 am

Fri 10:00 am

Thu 10:00 am

Room:
56.20
Room:
11.24
Room:

PARTY POLITICS, ELECTORAL


SYSTEMS, AND POLICY
PCC, 112-A
POLITICAL PARTIES, POLICIES,
AND POLITICIANS IN JAPAN
Loews, Commonwealth A2
WELFARE STATE AND
INSTITUTIONS
PCC, 110-AB

Fri 4:00 pm

Room:
Fri 2:00 pm

Room:
107.23

Room:
56.21
Room:
40.24
Room:
26.20

Room:
107.24
Room:
17.20
Room:
88.24
Room:
60.22

Room:
17.30

Room:
45.22

Room:

CONTENTIOUS POLITICS IN
EUROPE
PCC, 201-C
DEMOCRACY AND
LEGITIMACY IN THE
EUROZONE
PCC, 203-B
DEMOCRATIC POLITICS IN THE
AGE OF AUSTERITY
PCC, 203-B
ECONOMIC PREFERENCES AND
ECONOMIC VOTING IN EUROPE
PCC, 203-B
ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL
INTEGRATION OF IMMIGRANTS
IN EUROPE
PCC, 202-A
EMPLOYERS, LABOR, AND
POLICY REFORMS IN EUROPE
PCC, 203-A
EUROPE'S INTERSECTING
CRISES
PCC, 203-A
IMMIGRATION AND POLITICAL
BEHAVIOUR IN CONTEXT
PCC, 203-B
INSTITUTIONS AND
INSTITUTIONAL EVOLUTION IN
THE EU
PCC, 203-B
LEGISLATIVE ORGANIZATION
AND IMMIGRANT-ORIGIN
REPRESENTATIVES IN EUROPE
Marriott, Room 303

96.24

Room:
76.22

Room:
51.18

Thu 8:00 am

Sun 8:00 am
Room:
109.25
Fri 2:00 pm
Room:
92.20
Fri 8:00 am
Room:

88.25
Sun 8:00 am

Room:
22.21

Thu 10:00 am

Room:
17.21

Sat 12:00 pm

Room:
109.26

Fri 4:00 pm
Room:
17.22
Thu 10:00 am

Room:
107.25

Sat 4:00 pm

SOURCES OF OPPOSITION AND


SUPPORT FOR EUROPEAN
INTEGRATION
PCC, 203-B

THE POLITICS OF CREDIT AND


DEBT IN EUROPE
PCC, 203-B

ATTITUDES TOWARD
IMMIGRATION
PCC, 103-A
CONTEMPORARY POLITICS OF
SOVEREIGN DEBT
PCC, 103-A
DISPUTES IN THE WORLD
TRADE ORGANIZATION
PCC, 103-A
DISTRIBUTIVE CONFLICTS AND
GLOBAL FINANCIAL
(IM)PRUDENCE
PCC, 103-A
ECONOMIC GLOBALIZATION
AND PUBLIC OPINION
PCC, 103-B

MIGRATION AND ITS EFFECTS


ON EUROPEAN POLITICS AND
SOCIETY
PCC, 112-B

45.23
Room:

EXCHANGE RATE POLITICS


PCC, 103-A

56.22

GREY TRANSFORMATIONS:
COMMERCIAL SMUGGLING
AND SECURITY
PCC, 103-A

Sat 8:00 am

Fri 12:00 pm

Sun 10:00 am

WHO DOESN'T VOTE?


TURNOUT AND ABSTENTION IN
EUROPE
PCC, 203-B

Room:

Fri 10:00 am

Sat 8:00 am

HOW THE CRISIS AND THE


GREAT RECESSION AFFECTED
EUROPEAN POLITICS: THE
MISSING LEFT? THE RESPONSE
OF LEFT-WING PARTIES TO
THE GREAT RECESSION
PCC, 203-B

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 22: LEGISLATIVE STUDIES

Room:

Room:

REGIONALIST POLITICS IN
EUROPE: CAUSES AND
CONSEQUENCES
PCC, 203-B

EMERGING FRONTIERS IN THE


GLOBAL ECONOMY
PCC, 103-A

NATIONAL PARLIAMENTS,
PREFERENCES, AND THE
EUROPEAN UNION
PCC, 203-A

Thu 2:00 pm

Sat 2:00 pm

DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL


POLITICAL ECONOMY

Thu 4:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 52: MIGRATION AND


CITIZENSHIP

76.21

RADICAL RIGHT PARTIES AND


EUROPEAN POLITICS
PCC, 203-A

Thu 8:00 am

DIVISION 15: EUROPEAN POLITICS


AND SOCIETY
11.25

22.20

92.21

Room:

MEMBERSHIP POLITICS OF
INTERNATIONAL
ORGANIZATIONS
PCC, 103-A

Sat 12:00 pm

Thu 2:00 pm

Thu 10:00 am

Sun 10:00 am

Thu 10:00 am

Sun 8:00 am

Fri 10:00 am

Fri 2:00 pm

Sat 2:00 pm

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60.21

26.21

Room:
96.25
Room:
51.19
Room:
56.23

Room:
45.24

Room:
107.26
Room:
76.23
Room:
88.26
Room:
60.23

Room:
22.22

Room:
60.24
Room:
40.25

Room:
40.26

Room:
11.26

Room:
107.27
Room:

170

NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN
MONETARY AND FINANCIAL
INSTITUTIONS
PCC, 103-A
NEW FRONTIERS IN WTO
RESEARCH
PCC, 103-A
NEW PERSPECTIVES ON
FOREIGN AID
PCC, 103-A
NEW PERSPECTIVES ON THE
POLITICS OF INTERNATIONAL
TRADE
PCC, 103-B
OUTWARD AID, FINANCE AND
INVESTMENT FLOWS FROM
RISING ECONOMIC POWERS
PCC, 103-B
POLICY DIFFUSION IN THE
INTERNATIONAL ECONOMY
PCC, 103-B
POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS AND
FOREIGN INVESTMENT
PCC, 103-B
POLITICS AND FOREIGN
DIRECT INVESTMENT
PCC, 104-A
PROPERTY RIGHTS, RISK, AND
THE POLITICS OF A
NETWORKED GLOBAL
FINANCIAL SYSTEM
PCC, 103-A
PROTECTING PEOPLE
THROUGH INTERNATIONAL
TRADE AGREEMENTS
PCC, 103-B
PUBLIC SUPPORT FOR TRADE
POLICY
PCC, 103-B
THE EVOLUTION OF
FINANCIAL REGULATIONS:
INTERNATIONAL AND
COMPARATIVE CONTEXTS
PCC, 103-B
THE IMPACT OF
INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC
INSTITUTIONS AND EVENTS
PCC, 103-A
THE POLITICS OF CENTRAL
BANKING IN ADVANCED
ECONOMIES
PCC, 103-A
THE POLITICS OF FOREIGN
DIRECT INVESTMENT
PCC, 104-A

Thu 4:00 pm

Room:
83.21
Sat 4:00 pm
Room:
76.24
Fri 12:00 pm
Room:
Fri 2:00 pm

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THE POLITICS OF GLOBAL


CAPITAL FLOWS
PCC, 103-B

Sat 10:00 am

THE POLITICS OF TRADE AND


INVESTMENT AGREEMENTS
PCC, 103-A

Sat 10:00 am

TRANSFORMATIONS AND
VARIETIES OF GLOBAL
GOVERNANCE
PCC, 103-A

Sat 8:00 am

DIVISION 17: INTERNATIONAL


COLLABORATION
17.23

Fri 10:00 am
Room:
40.27
Room:

BARGAINING AND
NEGOTIATION
PCC, 102-A
COMPLIANCE AND
ENFORCEMENT
PCC, 104-A

Thu 10:00 am

Fri 8:00 am

Sun 8:00 am
22.23
Room:

FORMAL INTERNATIONAL
ORGANIZATIONS
PCC, 102-A

Thu 2:00 pm

Sat 8:00 am
42.1
Room:

GLOBAL ASSESSMENT POWER


MINI-CONFERENCE
Loews, Commonwealth D

45.25
Room:

HUMAN RIGHTS TREATIES


PCC, 104-A

Fri 8:00 am

Sat 12:00 pm
Fri 10:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 45: HUMAN RIGHTS

Fri 4:00 pm
83.22
Room:
26.22

INSTITUTIONAL DESIGN IN
WORLD POLITICS
PCC, 102-A

Room:

LOBBYING INTERNATIONAL
ORGANIZATIONS
PCC, 104-A

92.22
Room:

NGO-STATE RELATIONS
PCC, 102-A

Fri 4:00 pm

88.27

Fri 8:00 am

Room:

ROUNDTABLE ON THE OXFORD


HANDBOOK OF COMPARATIVE
REGIONALISM
Marriott, Meeting Room 501

Thu 2:00 pm

96.26

Room:
Fri 8:00 am

107.28
Room:
56.24

Thu 8:00 am
Room:
88.28
Sun 8:00 am

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

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Room:

STABILITY AND CHANGE IN


THE GLOBAL ORDER: THE
ROLE OF THE UNITED STATES
PCC, 104-A
THE DESIGN OF
INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
PCC, 104-B
THE JUDICIALIZATION OF
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
PCC, 104-A
THE MORE THINGS CHANGE:
GLOBAL TRANSFORMATIONS
AND INSTITUTIONAL
COMPLIANCE
PCC, 104-B

Sat 10:00 am

Thu 4:00 pm

Sat 2:00 pm

Sat 12:00 pm

Sat 4:00 pm

Sun 8:00 am

Fri 2:00 pm

Sat 12:00 pm

Room:

TRESPASSING OR
TRANSFORMATION: HUMAN
RIGHTS AND STATE
SOVEREIGNTY
Loews, Commonwealth A2

Sun 10:00 am

92.23

Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 45: HUMAN RIGHTS

76.25

DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL


SECURITY
Room:
51.20

Room:
40.28

Room:
45.26

AUTHORS MEET CRITICS:


"WAR AND DEMOCRATIC
CONSTRAINT" BY BAUM AND
POTTER
Marriott, Franklin 1
BLURRED LINES IN
REPERTOIRES OF POLITICAL
VIOLENCE AND REPRESSION
Marriott, Franklin 1

Room:

BRIDGING LEVELS OF
ANALYSIS: THEORETICAL
APPROACHES TO
INTERNATIONAL POLITICS
Marriott, Franklin 1

17.24
Room:

CHINA IN THE WORLD


Marriott, Franklin 1

60.25

CIVIL-MILITARY RELATIONS
AND DOMESTIC STABILITY
Marriott, Franklin 1

Room:
22.24
Room:

CLIMATE, ENERGY, AND


SECURITY
Marriott, Franklin 1

83.23
Room:

COMPLEXITIES OF COERCION
Marriott, Franklin 1

107.29

Room:

CULTURE IN POWER
TRANSITIONS: SINO-AMERICAN
CONFLICT IN THE 21ST
CENTURY
Marriott, Franklin 1

11.27
Room:

DETERRENCE AND COERCION


Marriott, Franklin 2

56.25

DRONES AND THE NATURE OF


WARFARE
Marriott, Franklin 1

Fri 12:00 pm

107.30
Room:
40.29

Fri 8:00 am
Room:
83.24

Fri 10:00 am
Room:
96.27
Room:
22.25
Fri 4:00 pm
Room:
26.24
Thu 2:00 pm
Room:
92.24
Sat 10:00 am

Sun 8:00 am

Room:
17.25
Room:
22.26

Thu 8:00 am

Fri 2:00 pm

76.26
Room:

22.39
Room:

GENDERED WAR; GENDERED


PEACE
Marriott, Franklin 7

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS


RESEARCH

26.23

Room:
78.1

Room:

GREAT POWER POLITICS AND


GRAND STRATEGY: BRIDGING
THEORY, HISTORY, AND
PRACTICE
Marriott, Franklin 1
GREAT POWERS AND
DEMOCRACY: CONGRUITIES
AND TENSIONS
Marriott, Independence Ballroom

INTERNATIONAL
INTERVENTION AND
STATEBUILDING
Marriott, Franklin 1
LEADER SURVIVAL, COUPS AND
MASS PROTESTS
Marriott, Franklin 13
LEADERS IN THE
INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM
Marriott, Franklin 2
LOCAL PEACE,
INTERNATIONAL BUILDERS:
PEACEBUILDING THROUGH
LOCAL ENGAGEMENT
Marriott, Franklin 2
NEW RESEARCH ON
TERRORISM
Marriott, Franklin 1

Sat 2:00 pm

Sat 8:00 am

Sun 8:00 am

Fri 8:00 am

Sat 10:00 am

Sat 4:00 pm

Thu 10:00 am

Room:

Room:

HOW IS INTERNATIONAL
POLITICAL HIERARCHY
PRODUCED AND WHAT IS IT
MADE OF?
Marriott, Franklin 1

Thu 4:00 pm

45.27

Room:
109.27
Room:
109.28

Sat 8:00 am

Room:
11.28
Room:

NUCLEAR PROLIFERATION,
NON-PROLIFERATION, AND THE
NUCLEAR REVOLUTION
Marriott, Franklin 2
NUCLEAR WEAPONS AND
INTERNATIONAL POLITICS
Marriott, Franklin 2
PEACEKEEPING AND
MULTILATERAL
INTERVENTION
Marriott, Franklin 2
PUBLIC OPINION AND
INTERNATIONAL CONFLICT
Marriott, Franklin 2
PUBLIC OPINION AND THE USE
OF MILITARY FORCE
Marriott, Franklin 8
SECURITY DYNAMICS IN EAST
ASIA
Marriott, Franklin 2
SOUTH CHINA SEA
FLASHPOINT: TINDERBOX OR
TEMPEST IN A TEA CUP?
Marriott, Franklin 2
THE DOMESTIC POLITICS OF
CHINESE FOREIGN POLICY
Marriott, Franklin 1
THE DOMESTIC POLITICS OF
INTERNATIONAL CONFLICT
Marriott, Franklin 2
THE DYNAMICS OF CIVIL
CONFLICT
Marriott, Franklin 1

Thu 2:00 pm

Thu 4:00 pm

Sat 2:00 pm

Thu 10:00 am

Thu 2:00 pm

Sat 8:00 am

Fri 10:00 am

Sun 10:00 am

Sun 10:00 am

Thu 8:00 am

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109.52

51.21
Room:
88.29
Room:
76.27

Room:
56.26
Room:
60.26

Room:
107.31

Room:

THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF


INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
Marriott, Franklin 8
THE POLITICS OF MILITARY
LABOR
Marriott, Franklin 2
TRANSFORMATIONS IN ASIAN
SECURITY: MULTIPLE
CHALLENGES FOR THE 21ST
CENTURY
Marriott, Franklin 8
TRANSFORMATIONS IN
MILITARY TECHNOLOGY
Marriott, Franklin 8
WHY SO MUCH TALK?
DIPLOMACY, RHETORIC AND
CREDIBLE COMMUNICATION
Marriott, Franklin 8
WOMEN, THE STATE, AND WAR:
NEW RESEARCH ON WOMEN IN
COMBAT
Marriott, Franklin 2

Fri 12:00 pm

Room:
22.27

Sat 8:00 am
Room:
45.28
Room:
Fri 2:00 pm

Room:

88.30
Room:

Fri 4:00 pm

51.22
Room:

Room:

EXPLAINING THE VIOLENCE IN


SYRIA
PCC, 104-A

83.26

Room:
40.30
Room:
96.28

Sat 10:00 am

Thu 8:00 am

51.23
Room:

92.25
Room:

HOW TO GET DOCTRINE


RIGHT?
PCC, 104-A

Sat 2:00 pm

17.27
Room:

109.29

Room:
76.28
Room:

INFORMATION AND
SIGNALLING: DISTORTION,
TRANSMISSION, AND
MALFEASANCE
PCC, 104-B
LAW AND NORMS... PROGRESS
OR RETREAT?
PCC, 104-A

Sun 10:00 am

26.25

Room:
22.28
Sat 8:00 am

Room:
60.27

Room:

NEW RESEARCH ON CHINA


AND NUCLEAR
NONPROLIFERATION
PCC, 104-B

Fri 4:00 pm

11.30

Room:
56.27

Room:

NUCLEAR PROLIFERATION
CHALLENGES: PAST, PRESENT,
AND FUTURE
PCC, 104-B

Fri 2:00 pm

109.31

Room:
17.26
Room:

NUCLEAR SECURITY: PAST AND


PRESENT
PCC, 104-A

Thu 10:00 am

45.29
Room:

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POWER AND PEACE: SYSTEMIC


CONSTRAINTS AND DOMESTIC
CONDITIONS
PCC, 104-A
SOURCES OF EXTREMISM AND
VIOLENCE
PCC, 107-A
THE POLITICS OF SECRECY
AND UNCERTAINTY
PCC, 110-AB
THE POWER OF GREAT
POWERS?
PCC, 107-A

Thu 2:00 pm

Fri 10:00 am

Sat 12:00 pm

Fri 12:00 pm

DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY

Room:
11.29

Sun 10:00 am

Sun 8:00 am

DIVISION 19: INTERNATIONAL


SECURITY AND ARMS CONTROL
ASSESSING THE RISE OF
CHINA: FROM SUPPLY CHAINS
TO CHINA'S ECONOMIC
STRUCTURE
PCC, 104-A

NUCLEAR STRATEGY AND


NONPROLIFERATION POLICY
RECONSIDERED
PCC, 110-AB

Sat 12:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS


RESEARCH

83.25

109.30

ANALYZING FOREIGN POLICY


CHANGE: TURNABOUTS AND
TRANSFORMATIONS
Marriott, Franklin 5
BEIJING, TAIPEI, TOKYO: EAST
ASIAN SECURITY RELATIONS
Marriott, Franklin 5
CHINA AND ITS NEIGHBORS:
REGIONAL DIPLOMACY AND
CHINAS FOREIGN POLICY
CHOICES: CHINA AND ITS
NEIGHBORS
Marriott, Franklin 5
CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES
FOR U.S. FOREIGN POLICY
Marriott, Franklin 5
CRITIQUING CORE CONCEPTS
IN FOREIGN POLICY ANALYSIS
Marriott, Franklin 5
ECONOMIC SANCTIONS:
OBJECTIVES, INFLUENCE, AND
UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES
Marriott, Franklin 5
ECONOMIC STATECRAFT:
NAVIGATING REGIONS AND
RESOURCES
Marriott, Franklin 5
GRAND STRATEGIES, GREAT
POWERS, COMPARATIVE
PERSPECTIVES
Marriott, Franklin 5
IDEAS, PERCEPTIONS, AND
INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
BEHAVIOR
Marriott, Franklin 6
IMAGE AND IDENTITY IN
INTERNATIONAL POLITICS
Marriott, Franklin 5

Sat 10:00 am

Fri 8:00 am

Sat 4:00 pm

Fri 12:00 pm

Thu 10:00 am

Thu 4:00 pm

Thu 2:00 pm

Thu 8:00 am

Sun 10:00 am

Fri 10:00 am

Room:
26.26

Room:

KIN AND COUNTRIES:


ETHNICITY AND FOREIGN
RELATIONS
Marriott, Franklin 5
LEADERS AND EXECUTIVE
INSTITUTIONS IN FOREIGN
POLICY MAKING
Marriott, Franklin 8

Fri 4:00 pm

Room:

Room:

MULTILATERAL AND
UNILATERAL PRESIDENTIAL
DIPLOMACY AND FOREIGN
POLICY
Marriott, Franklin 12

88.33

56.28

Room:

RISING INDIA AND THE


CHANGING CHARACTER OF
INDIAN FOREIGN POLICY
Marriott, Franklin 5

Room:
83.27

Thu 4:00 pm
Room:
56.30

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 23: PRESIDENTS AND


EXECUTIVE POLITICS

Room:
17.28

Fri 2:00 pm

Room:
92.26

Room:
56.29

Room:
107.32
Room:
96.29

Room:
88.31

Room:
76.29

Room:
88.32
Room:

ROUNDTABLE HONORING FP
SECTION DISTINGUISHED
SCHOLAR ROBERT JERVIS
Marriott, Franklin 5
STATE FORMATION,
SOVEREIGNTY, AND THEIR
OBSTACLES
Marriott, Franklin 4
STATUS, POWER TRANSITION,
AND CONFLICT
Marriott, Franklin 6
TAKING LEGISLATURES AND
PARTIES SERIOUSLY IN
FOREIGN AFFAIRS
Marriott, Franklin 4
THE MICROFOUNDATION OF
FOREIGN POLICY ATTITUDE:
EXPERIMENTAL
INVESTIGATIONS
Marriott, Franklin 5
THE PRACTICAL POLITICS OF
GRAND STRATEGIC ISSUES AND
CHOICES
Marriott, Franklin 5
VOX POPULI: PUBLIC OPINION,
SOCIETAL ACTION, AND WAR
Marriott, Franklin 4

Sat 2:00 pm

Fri 2:00 pm

Sun 8:00 am

Sat 4:00 pm

Sat 12:00 pm

17.29

CRIME AND POLITICAL


VIOLENCE
Marriott, Salon B
DATA AND METHODOLOGY OF
CONFLICT
Marriott, Salon A
DATA, CHALLENGES, &
OPPORTUNITIES IN THE
EMPIRICAL STUDY OF
SUBNATIONAL VIOLENCE
Marriott, Salon B

Sat 12:00 pm

Sat 10:00 am

Fri 2:00 pm

Thu 10:00 am

11.31
Room:

DISASTERS AND VIOLENCE


Marriott, Salon A

40.31
Room:

DOMESTIC AUDIENCE COSTS


Marriott, Salon B

92.27
Room:

DOMESTIC POLITICS OF
INTERNATIONAL CONFLICT
Marriott, Salon A

11.32
Room:

ECONOMICS OF WAR
Marriott, Salon B

Thu 8:00 am

22.29
Room:

ELECTIONS AND VIOLENCE


Marriott, Salon B

Thu 2:00 pm

56.31

ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES AND


CONFLICT
Marriott, Salon B

109.32
Room:

ETHNIC CONFLICT AND


SEPARATISM
Marriott, Salon B

83.28
Room:

FOREIGN AID AND SECURITY


Marriott, Salon A

22.30

GRIEVANCE, OPPORTUNITY,
AND CONTENTIOUS ACTION
Marriott, Salon A

Room:

DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES

26.27

76.30
Room:

BARGAINING MODEL AND WAR


Marriott, Salon A

Sat 8:00 am
Room:

76.31
Room:

CIVIL WARS AND INSURGENCY


Marriott, Salon B

Sat 8:00 am

60.29
Room:

CIVILIAN TARGETING AND


VICTIMIZATION
Marriott, Salon A

60.30
Room:

COALITIONS AND ALLIANCES


Marriott, Salon B

22.11

Fri 4:00 pm

CONFLICT MANAGEMENT AND


MEDIATION
Marriott, Salon A

Room:

Sat 8:00 am

Fri 4:00 pm

Thu 10:00 am

DISAGGREGATING
PEACEKEEPING: NEW DATA ON
OPERATION ATTRIBUTES
Marriott, Salon A

Room:

Sat 12:00 pm

CODING AND VALIDATING


POLITICAL EVENT DATA
Marriott, Franklin 11

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 8: POLITICAL
METHODOLOGY

Thu 4:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 23: PRESIDENTS AND


EXECUTIVE POLITICS

26.30

17.11

Room:

MANAGEMENT OF
TERRITORIAL DISPUTES
Marriott, Salon B
MEASURING PROTEST: A
COMPARISON OF SURVEYS AND
VARIABLES
Marriott, Franklin 11

Thu 10:00 am

Thu 8:00 am

Fri 8:00 am

Sat 2:00 pm

Fri 2:00 pm

Sun 10:00 am

Sat 10:00 am

Thu 2:00 pm

Thu 4:00 pm

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 8: POLITICAL
METHODOLOGY

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26.28
Room:
107.33

Room:
51.25

MOBILIZING AGAINST THE


"STATE"
Marriott, Salon A
NEGOTIATING CIVIL WAR
PEACE
Marriott, Salon A
NEW DATA ON MILITANT
GROUPS: A SURVEY OF
FORTHCOMING DATASETS
Marriott, Salon A

Room:

NEW RESEARCH IN
QUANTITATIVE TERRORISM
STUDIES
Marriott, Salon B

45.30
Room:

PEACEKEEPING
Marriott, Salon A

109.33
Room:

POST-CONFLICT POLITICS
Marriott, Salon A

45.31

QUASI-EXPERIMENTS OF
CONFLICT
Marriott, Salon B

Room:
88.34
Room:
92.28

REBEL GROUPS AND THE LAWS


OF WAR
Marriott, Salon B

Room:

REFUGEES AND ARMED


CONFLICT
Marriott, Salon B

51.26
Room:

SURVEYS IN CONFLICT
Marriott, Salon C

40.32

THE CAUSES AND EFFECTS OF


GOVERNMENT-SPONSORED
MASS KILLING
Marriott, Salon A

Room:
83.29

Room:
96.30

THE CHANGING DYNAMICS OF


NEGOTIATION AND MEDIATION
IN ARMED CONFLICT
Marriott, Salon C

Room:

THE INFLUENCE OF
TERRITORIAL CONTROL ON
CIVIL VIOLENCE
Marriott, Salon B

107.34
Room:

THE LOGIC OF TERRORISM


Marriott, Salon B

96.31

THE MICRO-FOUNDATIONS OF
INTERNATIONAL COMMERCE
AND CONFLICT
Marriott, Salon A

Room:
109.34

Room:
11.33
Room:

THE ORGANIZATIONAL
CAPACITY OF ARMED GROUPS
DURING AND AFTER CONFLICT
Marriott, Salon C
THE STRATEGY OF
NONVIOLENCE
Marriott, Salon C

Fri 12:00 pm

107.35

Room:

DIVISION 22: LEGISLATIVE STUDIES


107.13
Sun 8:00 am
Room:

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ADVANCES IN IDEAL POINT


ESTIMATION
Marriott, Franklin 11

Sun 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 8: POLITICAL


METHODOLOGY

Fri 12:00 pm

83.30
Room:
92.29

Fri 10:00 am

Sun 10:00 am

Room:
26.29

Fri 10:00 am
Room:
60.31
Sat 12:00 pm
Room:
26.36
Sat 2:00 pm
Room:

AMERICAN POLITICAL
DEVELOPMENT AND CONGRESS
Marriott, Room 306
ASSESSING CONGRESS'S
CAPACITY TO SOLVE
PROBLEMS
Marriott, Room 303
CONGRESS AND THE
BUREAUCRACY
Marriott, Room 303
COOPERATION AND CONFLICT
WITHIN LEGISLATURES
Marriott, Room 303
GENDERED LEADERSHIP IN
CONGRESS AND ON COURTS
Marriott, Room 304

Sat 10:00 am

Sat 2:00 pm

Thu 4:00 pm

Fri 4:00 pm

Thu 4:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS


RESEARCH

Fri 12:00 pm

Fri 8:00 am

Sat 10:00 am

45.32
Room:

LEGISLATIVE BEHAVIOR IN
EUROPE
Marriott, Room 303

51.27
Room:

LEGISLATIVE CAREERS
Marriott, Room 303

Fri 12:00 pm

83.31
Room:

LEGISLATIVE EFFECTIVENESS
Marriott, Room 304

Sat 10:00 am

17.30

LEGISLATIVE ORGANIZATION
AND IMMIGRANT-ORIGIN
REPRESENTATIVES IN EUROPE
Marriott, Room 303

Sat 4:00 pm
Room:

Fri 10:00 am

Thu 10:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 15: EUROPEAN POLITICS


AND SOCIETY

107.36
Sun 8:00 am
Room:
Sat 4:00 pm

96.32
Room:
92.11

Sun 10:00 am
Room:

LEGISLATIVE PARTY
DISCIPLINE
Marriott, Room 303
LEGISLATIVE PROCEDURES:
LESSONS FROM BRAZIL
Marriott, Room 304
METHODOLOGICAL ADVANCES
IN MODELING LEGISLATIVE
SPEECH
Marriott, Franklin 11

Sun 8:00 am

Sat 4:00 pm

Sat 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 8: POLITICAL
METHODOLOGY

Thu 8:00 am

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

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VIOLENT AND NONVIOLENT


MOBILIZATION PROCESSES IN
ARMED CONFLICT
Marriott, Salon C

PARTY AND PROCEDURES IN


THE UNITED STATES
CONGRESS: A VIEW IN 2016
Marriott, Room 306

Thu 2:00 pm

POLARIZATION IN CONGRESS
Marriott, Franklin 8

45.44

POLICY PREFERENCES AND


POLICY OUTCOMES
Marriott, Meeting Room 502

Room:

Thu 8:00 am

60.32
Room:

PRESIDENTIAL RHETORIC
Marriott, Franklin 9

Fri 10:00 am

83.32

PRESIDENTS, THE COURTS,


AND THE LAW
Marriott, Franklin 12

Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND


ELECTORAL SYSTEMS

40.33

Room:

PRIMARIES, CANDIDATES, AND


BALLOTS: ELECTORAL
COMPETITION IN THE UNITED
STATES
Marriott, Room 306

92.30

Fri 8:00 am
Room:

Room:

RACE, CLASS, GENDER AND


POLITICAL REPRESENTATION
Marriott, Room 304

88.36

Sun 10:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND


POLITICS

88.35
Room:

STATE AND LOCAL POLITICS


Marriott, Room 306

56.32

THE EVOLUTION OF
PARLIAMENTARISM
Marriott, Room 304

Room:
76.32
Room:

THE POLITICS OF COMMITTEE


ASSIGNMENTS
Marriott, Room 306

92.37

Room:

107.37

DYNAMICS OF UNILATERAL
POWER
Marriott, Franklin 10

Room:
76.33
Room:
26.26

Room:

INSTITUTIONAL POWER OF
COMPARATIVE EXECUTIVES
Marriott, Franklin 12

79.1
Sat 8:00 am
Room:

LEADERS AND EXECUTIVE


INSTITUTIONS IN FOREIGN
POLICY MAKING
Marriott, Franklin 8

Fri 12:00 pm
Room:

Room:

MAYORAL POLITICS IN
AMERICAN CITIES
Marriott, Room 304

Room:

MULTILATERAL AND
UNILATERAL PRESIDENTIAL
DIPLOMACY AND FOREIGN
POLICY
Marriott, Franklin 12

Room:
96.33
Room:

PERSPECTIVES ON EXECUTIVE
POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT
Marriott, Franklin 9
POLITICAL ANGLES OF THE
MODERN PRESIDENCY
Marriott, Franklin 12

INNOVATIVE TEACHING
METHODS IN POLITICAL
SCIENCE AND PUBLIC
ADMINISTRATION
Marriott, Franklin 2

40.34
Room:

OF AGENTS AND PRINCIPALS


Marriott, Franklin 10

83.36
Room:

POLICING CITIES
Marriott, Room 310

17.31
Room:
60.33

Sat 2:00 pm
Room:
51.29

Sat 8:00 am

Sat 4:00 pm

Fri 8:00 am

Sat 10:00 am

Room:

PRIVATE MANAGEMENT |
PUBLIC VALUE
Marriott, Franklin 12
PUBLIC MANAGEMENT
STRATEGY & PERFORMANCE
Marriott, Franklin 10
REPRESENTATIVE
BUREAUCRACY
Marriott, Franklin 10

Thu 10:00 am

Fri 4:00 pm

Fri 12:00 pm

Thu 4:00 pm
87.13

Room:

THE APSA PRACADEMIC


FELLOWSHIP: EXPERIENCE
FROM THE FIRST YEAR
PCC, 113-A

Sat 12:00 pm

Co-sponsored by APSA Panels and All Meetings and


Receptions
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY

45.33

CHANNELING BUREAUCRATIC
AMBITION: GOVERNMENT
PROFESSIONS & CAREER
SYSTEMS
Marriott, Room 415

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 30: URBAN AND LOCAL


POLITICS

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 30: URBAN AND LOCAL


POLITICS

26.30

Sat 2:00 pm

Thu 4:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY

92.36

TRANSFORMING AND
GENDERING THE EXECUTIVE
BRANCH
Marriott, Franklin 7

Sat 12:00 pm

Co-sponsored by APSA Panels and All Meetings and


Receptions

Sun 8:00 am

Sat 8:00 am

THE PRESIDENT AS PUBLIC


AGENT
Marriott, Franklin 12

DIVISION 24: PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

Fri 2:00 pm

95.3

AGENCIES AND APPOINTEES


Marriott, Franklin 9

Sat 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS


RESEARCH

Sat 12:00 pm

DIVISION 23: PRESIDENTS AND


EXECUTIVE POLITICS
51.28
Room:

Sat 10:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 7: POLITICS AND HISTORY

Room:
109.35

RELIC, AUTHORS WILLIAM


HOWELL AND TERRY MOE
Marriott, Franklin 12

Fri 4:00 pm

Fri 10:00 am
51.31
Sat 4:00 pm
Room:

THE COMPLEX INFLUENCES OF


LEGISLATOR AND
BUREAUCRAT
CHARACTERISTICS ON POLICY
Marriott, Franklin 6

Fri 12:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

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22.32
Room:
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Room:
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Room:

THE POLITICS OF AGENCY


BUDGETS AND SPENDING
Marriott, Franklin 12
THE POLITICS OF
RULEMAKING
Marriott, Franklin 10
TRUST IN PUBLIC
MANAGEMENT AROUND THE
WORLD
Marriott, Franklin 10

Thu 2:00 pm

22.34

Room:

Room:
107.38

Room:

A ROUNDTABLE ABOUT POLICY


FEEDBACK, PATH
DEPENDENCY, & POLITICAL
BEHAVIOR
Marriott, Franklin 8
AUTHOR MEETS CRITIC:
PATRICIA STRACHS HIDING
POLITICS IN PLAIN SIGHT
Marriott, Franklin 8

17.32
Room:
Fri 2:00 pm

Room:

83.33

Room:

22.33
Room:

CLIMATE ACTION AT STATE


AND LOCAL LEVELS
Marriott, Room 407

Room:
Sun 10:00 am

11.35
Room:
45.35

Room:
26.31

Room:
92.31
Room:

Room:
51.30

Fri 8:00 am
Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 39: SCIENCE,


TECHNOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS

92.32

COMPARATIVE ANALYSES OF
RULEMAKING, REGULATION,
AND POLICYMAKING
Marriott, Franklin 6

Room:

Sat 10:00 am

40.35

CRISIS AND DISASTER


RESPONSE
Marriott, Franklin 6

Room:

DYNAMICS OF COALITIONS
AND COLLABORATION IN
MULTIPLE POLICY AREAS
Marriott, Franklin 6
DYNAMICS OF RACE, GENDER,
AND PUBLIC POLICIES
Marriott, Franklin 6

Thu 2:00 pm

Fri 4:00 pm

76.34

ENERGY POLITICS AND POLICY


Loews, Commonwealth A1

Room:

176

EXAMINING THEORIES ABOUT


POLICYMAKING
Marriott, Franklin 6

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NEW DIRECTIONS IN POLICY


FEEDBACK RESEARCH
Marriott, Franklin 3
NEW RESEARCH ON CRIMINAL
JUSTICE AND THE CARCERAL
STATE
Marriott, Franklin 8

SCHOOL POLITICS
Marriott, Room 309

Sat 12:00 pm

Thu 8:00 am

Fri 10:00 am

Fri 12:00 pm

Sat 2:00 pm

Fri 8:00 am

Sat 8:00 am

Thu 4:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 30: URBAN AND LOCAL


POLITICS
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 39: SCIENCE,
TECHNOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS

Sat 2:00 pm
Room:

STATE AND LOCAL


ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS
AND POLICY
Marriott, Room 307

Thu 4:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 39: SCIENCE,


TECHNOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS

87.13
Sun 10:00 am

Sat 12:00 pm

NEW RESEARCH ON THE


POLITICS OF POLICYMAKING
PROCESSES
Marriott, Franklin 9

26.35
Room:

26.47

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

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NEW DIRECTIONS IN
EDUCATION POLICY RESEARCH
Marriott, Franklin 6

Room:

Thu 4:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 39: SCIENCE,


TECHNOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS

88.37

INSTITUTIONAL DESIGN AND


RESOURCES REDISTRIBUTION
Marriott, Franklin 12

POLICY FEEDBACKS IN
EDUCATION
Marriott, Franklin 6

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND


POLITICS

109.47
Room:

IMPROVING DEMOCRACY
WITH NEW TECHNOLOGIES,
CIVIC ACTION, & SOCIAL
SCIENCE
Marriott, Franklin 1

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND


POLITICS

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS

DYNAMICS BETWEEN LABOR


AND PUBLIC POLICY
Marriott, Franklin 6

Thu 10:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 38: POLITICAL


COMMUNICATION
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 40: INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY AND POLITICS

Sun 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 39: SCIENCE,


TECHNOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS

60.34

HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES ON
PUBLIC POLICY
Marriott, Franklin 4

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 7: POLITICS AND HISTORY

88.38

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 48: HEALTH POLITICS AND


HEALTH POLICY

40.51

Thu 2:00 pm

Fri 10:00 am

DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY


109.36

EXPERIMENTS ABOUT POLICY


FEEDBACKS ON MASS
POLITICAL BEHAVIOR
Marriott, Franklin 4

Room:

THE APSA PRACADEMIC


FELLOWSHIP: EXPERIENCE
FROM THE FIRST YEAR
PCC, 113-A

Sat 12:00 pm

Co-sponsored by APSA Panels and All Meetings and


Receptions
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 24: PUBLIC
ADMINISTRATION

Room:

THE COMPLEX INFLUENCES OF


LEGISLATOR AND
BUREAUCRAT
CHARACTERISTICS ON POLICY
Marriott, Franklin 6

Fri 12:00 pm

Room:
107.39

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 24: PUBLIC


ADMINISTRATION

11.36

Room:
26.32

Room:
56.34

Room:

96.34

Room:

THE DYNAMICS OF
INSTITUTIONAL,
ORGANIZATIONAL, AND
POLICY RESPONSIVENESS
Marriott, Franklin 6
THE EFFECTS OF POLICY
DESIGN ON TAKE-UP AND MASS
POLITICAL BEHAVIOR
Marriott, Franklin 4
THE POLITICS OF
ENVIRONMENTAL, ENERGY,
AND FOOD POLICY ISSUES
Marriott, Franklin 9

76.36

Room:
Thu 8:00 am

22.35
Room:
92.33

51.33
Room:

LAW, COURTS, AND POLICY


PCC, 113-C

107.40

LEGAL MOBILIZATION IN
COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE
Loews, Commonwealth B

Room:
11.37

UNDERSTANDING MASS
OPINION ABOUT PUBLIC
POLICIES
Marriott, Franklin 6

Room:

Sat 4:00 pm

83.34

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION

Room:
40.36

Room:

COURTING THE PUBLIC:


JUDICIAL REVIEW AND
INDEPENDENCE IN
COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE
PCC, 113-B

60.35

Fri 8:00 am
Room:
22.36
Room:

96.35
Room:

COURTS AND REGIME


POLITICS
PCC, 113-B

Sat 4:00 pm

88.39
Room:

45.36

Room:

COURTS AS CATALYSTS OF
POLICY CHANGE:
COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES
PCC, 113-B

51.32
Room:

COURTS IN A POLARIZED ERA


PCC, 113-B

76.35

CRIMINALITY AND RACIAL


SUBORDINATION:
PERSPECTIVES FROM LAW AND
SOCIETY
PCC, 113-C

Fri 10:00 am

26.33

Room:

Room:
109.37

Room:
56.35
Room:
17.33

Room:

DIVERSIFICATION OF THE
BENCH: MECHANISMS AND
EFFECTS
PCC, 113-B
EXPLAINING JUDICIAL
DECISION MAKING (SCOTUS)
PCC, 113-B
EXPLAINING JUDICIAL
DECISION MAKING (USCOA
AND US STATE COURTS)
PCC, 113-B

Fri 12:00 pm

Sat 8:00 am

11.38
Room:
92.34

Sun 10:00 am

LAW AND POLITICS OF THE US


COURTS OF APPEALS
PCC, 113-C

Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 39: SCIENCE,


TECHNOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS

DIVISION 26: LAW AND COURTS

JUDICIAL SELECTION IN US
STATES
PCC, 204-C

LAW IN LAWLESS PLACES:


INSTITUTIONS OF JUSTICE IN
NON-DEMOCRACIES
PCC, 113-B

Thu 4:00 pm

Fri 2:00 pm

HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL


INSTITUTIONAL RELATIONS OF
COURTS
PCC, 113-B

Room:

NEW DATA, NEW METHODS IN


THE STUDY OF LAW AND
COURTS
PCC, 113-B
ON PUBLIC SUPPORT FOR LAW
AND COURTS
PCC, 113-B
POLITICS OF LAW, COURTS,
AND ISLAM
PCC, 113-B
THE DOMESTICATION OF
INTERNATIONAL LAW
PCC, 113-B
THE EUROPEAN COURT OF
JUSTICE AND BEYOND
PCC, 113-B
THE EXPANSION AND
CONTRACTION OF AMERICAN
CITIZENSHIP RIGHTS
PCC, 113-C
WORKING AROUND PUBLIC
LAW AND COURTS
PCC, 203-A
WORKING LAW: COURTS,
CORPORATIONS, AND
SYMBOLIC CIVIL RIGHTS
READERS MEET AUTHOR
PCC, 113-C

Sat 8:00 am

Sun 8:00 am

Thu 2:00 pm

Sat 2:00 pm

Fri 12:00 pm

Sun 8:00 am

Thu 8:00 am

Sat 10:00 am

Fri 4:00 pm

Thu 2:00 pm

Sat 12:00 pm

Thu 4:00 pm

Thu 8:00 am

Sat 2:00 pm

DIVISION 27: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW


AND JURISPRUDENCE
Fri 2:00 pm

6.1

Thu 10:00 am
Room:

A POLITICAL PRIMER ON THE


PERIODIC STATE
CONSTITUTIONAL
CONVENTION REFERENDUM
PCC, 202-B

Wed 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by APSA Panels and All Meetings and


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Room:
22.37
Room:
45.37

Room:
40.37
Room:

AMERICAN CONSTITUTIONAL
DEVELOPMENT: ACTORS,
ORDERS, AND CONFLICTS
Marriott, Room 304
COMPARATIVE
CONSTITUTIONALISM
Marriott, Room 304
CONSTRUCTING RIGHTS, LAW,
AND COMMUNITIES
Marriott, Room 304
IS THE FEDERALIST RELEVANT
TO 21ST CENTURY CONCERNS
Marriott, Room 304
JUDICIAL DECISION-MAKING:
ASSESSING INFLUENCES AND
CONSTITUTIONAL
IMPLICATIONS
Marriott, Room 304
THE FIRST AMENDMENT IN A
DIVERSE AGE
Marriott, Room 304

Thu 10:00 am

Room:

Room:
56.36
Room:
26.34

Room:
61.1
Room:

COMMUNITY, SCALE AND


REGIONAL GOVERNANCE
Marriott, Room 309
DECENTRALIZATION AND
POWER SHARING
Marriott, Room 306
DEVOLUTION, FRAGMENTED
POWER, AND ELECTORAL
ACCOUNTABILITY
Marriott, Room 306
DYNAMIC DE/CENTRALIZATION
IN FEDERATIONS
Marriott, Room 414

Fri 12:00 pm

Room:
11.40

Room:
51.35
Room:

FEDERALISM IN GOOD TIMES


AND BAD
Marriott, Room 309
GREAT TRANSFORMATIONS IN
GERMAN POLITICS: BETWEEN
REFORM AND CHANGE
Marriott, Room 303
INTERGOVERNMENTAL
POLITICS AND PERCEPTIONS
Marriott, Room 306

Room:

ISSUES IN FISCAL FEDERALISM


Marriott, Room 306

27.4

MARTHA DERTHICK'S
FEDERALISM SCHOLARSHIP
Marriott, Room 411

Room:

Thu 2:00 pm
Room:
Fri 10:00 am

60.37

Sat 8:00 am

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Room:
92.35
Room:

Fri 2:00 pm

POLARIZATION AND
(DE)CENTRALIZATION
Marriott, Franklin 8

Fri 8:00 am

THE FEDERAL DESIGN


DILEMMA: CONGRESS AND
INTERGOVERNMENTAL
DELEGATION
Marriott, Room 304
UNDERSTANDING THE POSTDECENTRALIZATION SCENARIO
IN LATIN AMERICA
Marriott, Room 306

Fri 4:00 pm

Fri 10:00 am

DIVISION 29: STATE POLITICS AND


POLICY

Fri 8:00 am

96.36

Room:

DIFFUSION AND POLICY


VARIATION IN THE AMERICAN
STATES
Marriott, Room 306
DIRECT DEMOCRACY AND
STATE CONSTITUTIONS
Marriott, Room 306
ELECTIONS, VOTING, AND
PUBLIC OPINION IN THE
AMERICAN STATES
Marriott, Room 306

Fri 4:00 pm

Sat 2:00 pm

Sat 4:00 pm

Thu 4:00 pm
40.39
Room:
Fri 4:00 pm

76.38
Room:
88.40

Thu 2:00 pm
Room:
Thu 8:00 am

51.36

Room:
Fri 12:00 pm

56.37
Room:
83.35

Thu 10:00 am
Room:
45.39
Thu 4:00 pm

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

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Co-sponsored by Publius: The Journal of Federalism

178

Fri 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by Publius: The Journal of Federalism

60.36

Co-sponsored by Center for the Study of Federalism


Co-sponsored by Publius: The Journal of Federalism

17.35
Room:

40.38

Thu 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by Center for the Study of Federalism

22.38

NEIGHBORHOOD-LEVEL
POLITICAL DYNAMICS
Marriott, Room 409

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 30: URBAN AND LOCAL


POLITICS

DIVISION 28: FEDERALISM AND


INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS
76.37

40.40

Room:

GOVERNORS IN THE
AMERICAN STATES
Marriott, Room 307
INEQUALITY IN THE
AMERICAN STATES
Marriott, Room 304
INTEREST GROUPS AND
LOBBYING IN THE AMERICAN
STATES
Marriott, Room 304
LEGISLATORS AND
LEGISLATURES IN THE
AMERICAN STATES
Marriott, Room 307
POLITICAL PARTIES IN THE
AMERICAN STATES
Marriott, Room 305
PUBLIC POLICY IN THE
AMERICAN STATES
Marriott, Room 307
VARIATIONS IN STATE-LEVEL
INEQUALITY POLICY AND
POLITICS
Marriott, Room 307

Fri 8:00 am

Sat 8:00 am

Sat 12:00 pm

Fri 12:00 pm

Fri 2:00 pm

Sat 10:00 am

Fri 10:00 am

Room:

WOMEN AND POLICYMAKING


IN THE U.S. STATES
Marriott, Franklin 7

Sat 4:00 pm

76.39
Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS


RESEARCH

DIVISION 30: URBAN AND LOCAL


POLITICS
60.38
Room:

ALTERNATIVES TO THE
NEOLIBERAL CITY
Marriott, Room 307

Room:

CITIES, CLIMATE CHANGE, AND


SUSTAINABILITY POLICY
Marriott, Room 310

26.35
Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 39: SCIENCE,


TECHNOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS

93.3

Room:

CONSULTING THE PEOPLE ON


URBAN ISSUES: PARTICIPATION
AND INSTITUTIONAL DESIGN
Marriott, Room 412

Room:

DEMOCRACY AND
ENGAGEMENT IN URBAN AND
LOCAL POLITICS
Marriott, Room 307

35.2

Room:

Room:

DEVELOPMENTAL AND
HISTORICAL
INSTITUTIONALIST
PERSPECTIVES ON URBAN
POLITICS
Marriott, Room 307

71.1

Sat 4:00 pm

Room:

Fri 2:00 pm

Room:

EXPLORING SOURCES OF BIAS


IN LOCAL POLITICAL
OUTCOMES
Marriott, Room 307

Room:

MAYORAL POLITICS IN
AMERICAN CITIES
Marriott, Room 304

56.5

60.43

Sat 12:00 pm
Room:

Room:

NEIGHBORHOOD-LEVEL
POLITICAL DYNAMICS
Marriott, Room 409

45.41

Sat 2:00 pm
Room:

Fri 8:00 am

11.41

Room:

Room:

83.36
Room:

Fri 2:00 pm

ELECTORAL INSTITUTIONS
AND REPRESENTATION OF
MINORITIES AND WOMEN
Marriott, Meeting Room 502

Fri 4:00 pm

FEMALE CANDIDATES: VOTER


ATTITUDES AND ELECTORAL
SUCCESS
Marriott, Franklin 7

Fri 10:00 am

FEMINIST INSTITUTIONALISM
AT 10 YEARS: NEW
PERSPECTIVES ON
TRANSFORMATIVE CHANGE
Marriott, Franklin 7

Thu 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS
Co-sponsored by Political Studies Association

OF CITIES AND GOVERNANCE:


Wed 9:00 am
NEW THEORETICAL
APPROACHES TO URBAN
GOVERNANCE
Offsite, Drexel University MacAlister 2019-2020 (325060 Chestnut Street)

60.4

Co-sponsored by APSA Panels and All Meetings and


Receptions

Room:

POLICING CITIES
Marriott, Room 310

CARE ETHICS, PUBLIC POLICY,


AND HUMAN DIGNITY
PCC, 107-B

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND


VOTING BEHAVIOR

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 28: FEDERALISM AND


INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS

2.7

Fri 8:30 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND


ELECTORAL SYSTEMS

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 23: PRESIDENTS AND


EXECUTIVE POLITICS

40.40

APSA RECEPTION HONORING


WOMEN OF COLOR IN THE
PROFESSION: WOMEN & POL.
SECTION, WOMENS CAUCUS &
COMM.
Marriott, Independence Ballroom

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL


THEORY

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 55: CLASS & INEQUALITY

92.36

Thu 8:30 pm

Co-sponsored by APSA Panels and All Meetings and


Receptions
Co-sponsored by Women's Caucus for Political Science

Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 7: POLITICS AND HISTORY

88.41

APSA RECEPTION HONORING


WOMEN IN THE PROFESSION:
WOMEN & POL. SECTION,
WOMENS CAUCUS & COMM.
PCC, 201-C

Co-sponsored by APSA Panels and All Meetings and


Receptions
Co-sponsored by Women's Caucus for Political Science

Sat 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND


ELECTORAL SYSTEMS

56.38

Thu 4:00 pm

DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS


RESEARCH

Co-sponsored by Comparative Urban Politics

96.37

SCHOOL POLITICS
Marriott, Room 309

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY


Co-sponsored by DIVISION 39: SCIENCE,
TECHNOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS

Fri 4:00 pm

Fri 10:00 am

Sat 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 39: SCIENCE,


TECHNOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL


SCIENCE

45.40

POLITICS AND POLICY OF


URBAN TRANSIT
Marriott, Room 307

FEMINIST TRANSFORMATIONS
OF POLITICAL THEORY: THE
OXFORD HANDBOOK
PCC, 108-A

Fri 4:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY

Sat 10:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 24: PUBLIC


ADMINISTRATION

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

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96.38

22.42

Room:

GENDER & REPRESENTATION


IN LATIN AMERICAN
LEGISLATURES, PARTIES, AND
SUBNATIONAL GOVERNMENTS
Marriott, Meeting Room 501

Thu 2:00 pm

Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND


ELECTORAL SYSTEMS

26.40

Room:

GENDER AND EXECUTIVE


REPRESENTATION IN LATIN
AMERICA
Marriott, Meeting Room 502

Room:

GENDER AND POLITICAL


ATTITUDES
Marriott, Franklin 7

83.37

Room:

Room:

GENDER AND POLITICAL


COMMUNICATION
PCC, 112-B

45.47

Fri 12:00 pm
Room:

Room:

11.8
Room:

GENDER AND THE GREAT


MAN I: RECOVERING THE
WIVES OF THE CANON
Marriott, Franklin 7

51.38
Room:

Room:

92.37

Room:

GENDER AS A CAMPAIGN CUE


Marriott, Franklin 10

88.42

Room:
26.36
Room:

GENDERED LEADERSHIP IN
CONGRESS AND ON COURTS
Marriott, Room 304

Room:

GENDERED WAR; GENDERED


PEACE
Marriott, Franklin 7

Thu 10:00 am

Room:
92.38

Room:

INNOVATIONS IN ASSESSING
GENDER GAPS AND ATTITUDES
Marriott, Franklin 7

96.38
Room:

Room:

JIHADI BRIDES: SOURCES AND


OUTCOMES OF FEMALE
RADICALIZATION
Marriott, Franklin 7

107.41
Room:
Thu 2:00 pm
56.40

Room:
107.31
Fri 4:00 pm

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

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VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN:


POLICY, PASSION, AND THE
POLICE
Marriott, Franklin 7
WHEN WOMEN RUN: NEW
PERSPECTIVES ON GENDER
AND POLITICAL RECRUITMENT
Marriott, Franklin 4

Sat 12:00 pm

Sat 2:00 pm

WOMEN AND POLICYMAKING


IN THE U.S. STATES
Marriott, Franklin 7

Sat 4:00 pm

WOMEN AND POLITICAL


PARTICIPATION
Marriott, Franklin 7

Sun 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND


VOTING BEHAVIOR

Fri 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 38: POLITICAL


COMMUNICATION

180

Sat 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 29: STATE POLITICS AND


POLICY

Thu 4:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION

60.39

TRANSFORMING AND
GENDERING THE EXECUTIVE
BRANCH
Marriott, Franklin 7

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND


VOTING BEHAVIOR

Sat 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL


SECURITY

40.41

Fri 12:00 pm

Thu 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 22: LEGISLATIVE STUDIES

22.39

THE POLITICS OF WOMEN'S


HEALTH POLICY
Marriott, Franklin 4

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 23: PRESIDENTS AND


EXECUTIVE POLITICS

Room:
GENDERED ACTIVISM:
PROTEST, COLLECTIVE
ACTION, AND GOOD
GOVERNANCE
Marriott, Franklin 7

Fri 10:00 am

Fri 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND


POLITICS

76.40

THE POLITICAL BEHAVIOR


AND REPRESENTATION OF
WOMEN
Marriott, Salon D

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 48: HEALTH POLITICS AND


HEALTH POLICY

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY

GENDER, RACE, AND


POLITICAL CAMPAIGNS
Marriott, Franklin 7

Sat 10:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND


VOTING BEHAVIOR

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 5: POLITICAL


PSYCHOLOGY

17.36

STRUCTURING DISADVANTAGE:
THE FAMILY, PRISONS, AND
THE UNIVERSITY
Marriott, Franklin 7

Fri 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 38: POLITICAL


COMMUNICATION

56.39

Thu 4:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL


SCIENCE

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION

40.50

REPRESENTING WOMEN,
REPRESENTING WOMEN'S
INTERESTS
Marriott, Franklin 7

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND


ELECTORAL SYSTEMS

Thu 4:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND


ELECTORAL SYSTEMS

51.37

26.37

Room:

WOMEN'S SUBSTANTIVE
REPRESENTATION AND POLICY
SUCCESS
Marriott, Franklin 6
WOMEN, THE STATE, AND WAR:
NEW RESEARCH ON WOMEN IN
COMBAT
Marriott, Franklin 2

Fri 2:00 pm

Sun 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL


SECURITY

Room:

WOMENS PARTIES AROUND


THE WORLD: ORIGINS,
SUBSTANCE AND IMPACT
Marriott, Franklin 6

Fri 8:00 am

50.8

Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 35: POLITICAL


ORGANIZATIONS AND PARTIES

109.38

Room:

WOMENS PRESENCE AND


PERFORMANCE: QUOTAS,
PARTIES, AND
INTERSECTIONALITY
Marriott, Franklin 7

Sun 10:00 am

40.44
Room:
92.32

Room:

Room:
26.38
Room:
40.43

"UN-SETTLING" CHALLENGES
BY TRIBAL GOVERNMENTS TO
THE FEDERALISM DYNAMIC
Marriott, Meeting Room 501

Room:
17.37
Room:

RACE & RELIGION


Marriott, Meeting Room 501

109.39

RACE AND AMERICAN


POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT
Marriott, Room 303

22.40
Room:

DEHUMANIZING POLITICS
Marriott, Room 303

11.42

DESCRIPTIVE
REPRESENTATION
Marriott, Meeting Room 501

Room:

DYNAMICS OF RACE, GENDER,


AND PUBLIC POLICIES
Marriott, Franklin 6

Fri 10:00 am

Room:

51.39

Room:
17.36
Room:

ELECTORAL RULES AND


ETHNIC GROUP
REPRESENTATION
Marriott, Meeting Room 502

Room:
107.42

Room:
60.40
Thu 2:00 pm

Thu 8:00 am
Room:
109.35
Sat 2:00 pm
Room:

Room:

96.39

Sun 8:00 am

Room:

Room:

RACE AND POPULAR


SOVEREIGNTY IN THE
AMERICAN POLITICAL
IMAGINARY
Marriott, Meeting Room 501
RACE, CLASS, GENDER AND
POLITICAL REPRESENTATION
Marriott, Room 304
RETHINKING
EPISTEMOLOGY &
METHODOLOGY ASSUMPTIONS
IN RACE & ETHNIC STUDIES
Marriott, Room 303

EMOTIONAL POLITICS:
MOBILIZING RACIAL
RESENTMENT
Marriott, Meeting Room 501

Room:

THE NEW POLITICS OF


IMMIGRATION
Marriott, Room 303

76.42
Room:

THE POLITICS OF IDENTITY


Marriott, Room 303

56.41

VOTER ACESS: PERSISTANCE


OF RACE AND VOTER
RESTRICTIONS
Marriott, Meeting Room 501

Fri 12:00 pm

Thu 10:00 am

Sat 12:00 pm

Room:

IT'S WHERE YOU'RE FROM


THAT MATTERS: GEORGRAPHY
INFOMRING THE POLITICAL
Marriott, Meeting Room 501

Sun 10:00 am

Sun 8:00 am

Fri 4:00 pm

Sun 10:00 am

Sat 4:00 pm

Sat 10:00 am

Sat 8:00 am

Fri 2:00 pm

DIVISION 33: RELIGION AND POLITICS


92.40
Room:

92.39

RACE AND PARTY


IDENTIFICATION AT THE
BALLOT BOX
Marriott, Meeting Room 501

83.38

HOW POLICY SHAPES RACIAL


POLITICS
Marriott, Room 303

Thu 10:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 22: LEGISLATIVE STUDIES

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS


RESEARCH

88.43

Sat 8:00 am

Fri 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND


ELECTORAL SYSTEMS

GENDER, RACE, AND


POLITICAL CAMPAIGNS
Marriott, Franklin 7

Sat 2:00 pm

Thu 4:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY

107.44

Fri 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY

PROTEST AND REVOLT: FROM


RESPECTABILTY TO OUTRAGE
POLITICS
Marriott, Meeting Room 501

Room:

92.31

NEW RESEARCH ON CRIMINAL


JUSTICE AND THE CARCERAL
STATE
Marriott, Franklin 8

76.41

CONTESTED
TRANSFORMATION: RACE
GENDER & POLITICAL
LEADERSHIP IN 21ST CENTURY
USA
Marriott, Meeting Room 501

Room:

MEDIA PRIMING OF RACIST


SENTIMENTS
Marriott, Room 303

DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND


POLITICS

CONSTRUCTING THE
IMMIGRANT "OTHER"
Marriott, Meeting Room 501

Fri 12:00 pm

Co-sponsored by APSA Panels and All Meetings and


Receptions

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND


ELECTORAL SYSTEMS

45.42

JOURNAL OF RACE, ETHNICITY


AND POLITICS BUSINESS
MEETING
PCC, 104-A

AUTHORITY IN ISLAMIC
POLITICAL THOUGHT
Marriott, Franklin 9

Sat 2:00 pm

Sat 2:00 pm

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

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40.42

45.43

Room:
88.44

BEYOND SECULAR
DEMOCRACY: POLITICAL
INSTITUTIONS AND THE
REGULATION OF RELIGION
Marriott, Room 415

Room:

ETHNIC, RACIAL, RELIGIOUS,


AND SECULAR BELONGING
Marriott, Franklin 9

11.43
Room:

EVANGELICAL CHRISTIANITY
Marriott, Franklin 9

22.41

FRAMING AND TESTING


RELIGIOUS BELIEFS AND
RESPONSES
Marriott, Franklin 9

Room:
83.39

Room:
17.38
Room:
26.39

Room:

GLOBALIZATION,
DEVELOPMENT, AND
RELIGIOUS PLURALISM IN ASIA
Marriott, Franklin 9
ISLAM AND POLITICS BEFORE
AND AFTER THE ARAB SPRING
Marriott, Franklin 9
NATIONALISM, INTOLERANCE,
AND ANTI-MINORITY
MOBILIZATION IN ASIA
Marriott, Franklin 9

Fri 10:00 am

109.40
Room:
107.43

Sat 12:00 pm

Room:
60.42

Thu 8:00 am
Room:
Thu 2:00 pm

Room:

NEW APPROACHES TO
RELIGION AND VIOLENCE
Marriott, Franklin 9

96.4
Room:

NEW THEOLOGIES
PCC, 108-A

96.5
Room:

17.39
Sat 10:00 am
Room:
96.37
Thu 10:00 am
Room:

Thu 4:00 pm

60.43

Room:
26.5

92.41
Sat 4:00 pm
Room:
107.44

POLITICAL THEOLOGY AND


CIVIL RELIGION
PCC, 113-A

Room:

Room:

REIMAGINING DEBT:
INDEBTEDNESS, SABBATH, AND
ETERNITY
PCC, 108-A

Sat 4:00 pm

Room:
56.42

Room:
51.40
Room:

182

RELIGION AND PUBLIC


AUTHORITY
Marriott, Room 415
RELIGIOUS POLITICAL
PARTIES: NORMATIVE AND
EMPIRICAL PERSPECTIVES
Marriott, Room 415
RELIGIOUS/SECULAR
POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT
Marriott, Room 415

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76.11

Room:

DEMOCRACY AND
ENGAGEMENT IN URBAN AND
LOCAL POLITICS
Marriott, Room 307

Thu 10:00 am

Sat 4:00 pm

ELECTORAL INSTITUTIONS
AND REPRESENTATION OF
MINORITIES AND WOMEN
Marriott, Meeting Room 502

Fri 4:00 pm

ELECTORAL REFORM AND


RULE CHOICE
Marriott, Meeting Room 502
ELECTORAL RULES AND
ETHNIC GROUP
REPRESENTATION
Marriott, Meeting Room 502

Sat 2:00 pm

Sun 8:00 am

ESTIMATING SUB-NATIONAL
PREFERENCES: COMPLEX
APPLICATIONS &
IMPROVEMENTS OF MRP
Marriott, Franklin 11

Sat 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION


Co-sponsored by DIVISION 8: POLITICAL
METHODOLOGY

Thu 4:00 pm

22.42

Fri 4:00 pm
Room:

GENDER & REPRESENTATION


IN LATIN AMERICAN
LEGISLATURES, PARTIES, AND
SUBNATIONAL GOVERNMENTS
Marriott, Meeting Room 501

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS


RESEARCH

Fri 2:00 pm
26.40

Room:
Fri 12:00 pm

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

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CONGRUENT
REPRESENTATION?
Marriott, Meeting Room 502

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND


POLITICS

Fri 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY

60.41

Fri 4:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS


RESEARCH

Sat 4:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY

RACIAL, ETHNIC, AND


RELIGIOUS DIVISIONS
Marriott, Room 415

THE CAUSES AND


CONSEQUENCES OF RELIGION
DURING CONFLICT
Marriott, Room 309

Sun 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 30: URBAN AND LOCAL


POLITICS

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY

40.45

ROMAN CATHOLICISM BEFORE


AND AFTER FRANCIS
Marriott, Franklin 9

Sun 10:00 am

DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND


ELECTORAL SYSTEMS

Room:
96.40

RIGHTS CLAIMS, RELIGION,


AND THE LAW
Marriott, Franklin 10

GENDER AND EXECUTIVE


REPRESENTATION IN LATIN
AMERICA
Marriott, Meeting Room 502

Thu 4:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS


RESEARCH

Room:
45.44
Room:

METHODOLOGICAL ADVANCES
IN THE STUDY OF DISTRICTING
AND APPORTIONMENT
Marriott, Meeting Room 502
POLICY PREFERENCES AND
POLICY OUTCOMES
Marriott, Meeting Room 502

Sat 10:00 am

Fri 10:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 22: LEGISLATIVE STUDIES

88.45

Room:
56.43
Room:

PROPORTIONAL
REPRESENTATION IN NEW
ZEALAND AFTER TWENTY
YEARS
Marriott, Meeting Room 502
REDISTRICTING IN THE US AND
ABROAD
Marriott, Meeting Room 502

Sat 12:00 pm

Room:
26.37

Room:

REPRESENTATION IN VARIOUS
FORMS
Marriott, Meeting Room 501
REPRESENTING WOMEN,
REPRESENTING WOMEN'S
INTERESTS
Marriott, Franklin 7

Room:

SECOND ORDER ELECTIONS


AND BEYOND: THE 2014 AND
2015 FRENCH LOCAL
ELECTIONS
Loews, Commonwealth D

Room:
109.38

Room:

THE IMPACT OF DELIBERATIVE


MINI-PUBLICS
Marriott, Meeting Room 502
WOMENS PRESENCE AND
PERFORMANCE: QUOTAS,
PARTIES, AND
INTERSECTIONALITY
Marriott, Franklin 7

LOBBYING
Marriott, Salon J

11.44

NEW FRONTIERS IN GROUPPARTY INTERACTIONS


Marriott, Salon J

Room:

109.43
Fri 2:00 pm
Room:

Sun 10:00 am

83.41
Room:
51.42

Thu 4:00 pm

Room:
92.42
Room:
96.41

Sun 8:00 am
Room:
56.44

Co-sponsored by French Politics Group

51.41

60.44
Room:

Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS


RESEARCH

108.4

Room:

FORMS OF PARTY
ORGANIZATION AND
LEADERSHIP
Marriott, Salon J

76.43

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND


VOTING BEHAVIOR

109.41

88.46

Room:
Fri 12:00 pm

40.46
Room:

Sun 10:00 am

45.45
Room:
76.44

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS


RESEARCH

Room:

26.41

Room:
109.42
Room:
17.40
Room:
22.43
Room:

DIVISION 35: POLITICAL


ORGANIZATIONS AND PARTIES

40.42

COALITION IMPLICATIONS OF
RANKED CHOICE VOTING
ELECTIONS
Marriott, Salon J

Room:

CONCEPTUALIZING POLITICAL
PARTIES
Marriott, Salon I
DYNAMICS OF MULTIPARTY
SYSTEMS
Marriott, Salon J
ENGINES OF PARTY COALITION
CHANGE
Marriott, Salon J

Thu 4:00 pm

PARTY ORGANIZATIONS IN
AMERICAN POLITICS
Marriott, Salon J
POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS
AND POLICY
Marriott, Salon J
PRIMARIES AND CANDIDATE
SELECTION
Marriott, Salon J
SETH MASKET'S "THE
INEVITABLE PARTY"
Marriott, Salon J
SOCIAL MOVEMENTS AND
INTEREST GROUPS
Marriott, Salon J
SOCIAL MOVEMENTS AND
POLITICAL PARTIES
Marriott, Salon J
THE DYNAMICS AND
CONSEQUENCES OF INTERNAL
PARTY POLITICS
Marriott, Salon J
THE GEOGRAPHY OF PARTY
POLITICS
Marriott, Salon J
THE POLITICS OF AMERICAN
PARTY IDEOLOGIES
Marriott, Salon J
U.S. FEDERAL CAMPAIGN
FINANCE IN A TIME OF
TRANSITION
Marriott, Salon KL
WOMENS PARTIES AROUND
THE WORLD: ORIGINS,
SUBSTANCE AND IMPACT
Marriott, Franklin 6

Sat 12:00 pm

Fri 4:00 pm

Thu 8:00 am

Sat 8:00 am

Sun 10:00 am

Sat 10:00 am

Fri 12:00 pm

Sat 2:00 pm

Sat 4:00 pm

Fri 2:00 pm

Fri 8:00 am

Fri 10:00 am

Sat 8:00 am

Fri 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS


RESEARCH

DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND VOTING


BEHAVIOR

Sun 10:00 am
76.45
Thu 10:00 am
Room:

ACCOUNTABILITY AND
ATTRIBUTION OF
RESPONSIBILITY IN ELECTIONS
Marriott, Salon C

Sat 8:00 am

Thu 2:00 pm

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ACHEN AND BARTELS'


DEMOCRACY FOR REALISTS:
AUTHORS MEET CRITICS
Marriott, Salon D

Sat 12:00 pm

Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION

107.45
Room:
109.44

Room:
11.13

Room:

ADVANCES IN THE STUDY OF


PARTISAN POLARIZATION
Marriott, Salon D
ADVANCES IN THE STUDY OF
PARTISANSHIP AND PARTISAN
BIASES
Marriott, Salon D
AGGREGATE DATA IN THE
STUDY OF POLITICAL
BEHAVIOR
Marriott, Franklin 11

Room:

CAMPAIGN DYNAMICS, SOCIAL


MEDIA AND VOTER
PREFERENCES
Marriott, Salon C

Room:

Room:

CAMPAIGNING, PRIMING AND


VOTE CHOICES
Marriott, Salon C

26.43

Thu 8:00 am
Room:

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109.45

Room:
22.44

CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES


OF TURNOUT
Marriott, Salon D
COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES
ON POLITICAL BEHAVIOUR:
NOVEL INSIGHTS USING THE
CSES
Marriott, Salon KL

Room:

CORRUPTION, CLIENTELISM
AND VOTE BUYING
Marriott, Salon D

96.42
Room:

ECONOMIC VOTING
Marriott, Salon D

88.48

ELECTORAL RULES, ELITE


STRATEGIES AND VOTE
CHOICES
Marriott, Salon C

Room:
22.45

Room:
45.41

Room:

11.46

Room:

ELITE POLARIZATION AND THE


EFFECTS ON VOTING
BEHAVIOR
Marriott, Salon C
FEMALE CANDIDATES: VOTER
ATTITUDES AND ELECTORAL
SUCCESS
Marriott, Franklin 7

92.43
Room:
96.43
Room:
83.42

Thu 10:00 am
Room:
60.45

Thu 10:00 am
Room:
56.43
Sun 10:00 am
Room:

45.46
Thu 2:00 pm
Room:

Thu 4:00 pm

PARTY COMPETITION AND


VOTER RESPONSES
Marriott, Salon C

Sat 2:00 pm

PARTY COMPETITION IN
COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE
Marriott, Salon C
POLITICAL PREFERENCES AND
ELECTORAL BEHAVIOR IN THE
ARGENTINE 2015 ELECTIONS
Marriott, Salon D
POPULISM AND VOTING FOR
THE EXTREMES
Marriott, Salon C
REDISTRICTING IN THE US AND
ABROAD
Marriott, Meeting Room 502

Sat 4:00 pm

Sat 10:00 am

Fri 4:00 pm

Fri 2:00 pm

SOCIAL IDENTITY AND


POLITICAL BEHAVIOR
Marriott, Salon C

Fri 10:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION

Sat 4:00 pm

56.45
Room:

STRATEGIC VOTING
Marriott, Salon D

51.9

STUDYING AND MEASURING


ELECTORAL INTEGRITY
Marriott, Franklin 12

Sat 12:00 pm
Room:

Fri 2:00 pm

Fri 12:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 8: POLITICAL


METHODOLOGY

Thu 2:00 pm

40.47

Room:
Fri 10:00 am

45.47

Room:

GET IT RIGHT THE FIRST


TIME: PREFERENCES FOR
LEADER RESPONSIVENESS AND
REFORM
Marriott, Salon I

40.48

Thu 8:00 am

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

Page 184

ORDERS OF MAGNITUDE: BIG


DATA APPLICATIONS IN
POLITICAL SCIENCE
Marriott, Salon D

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND


ELECTORAL SYSTEMS

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS


RESEARCH

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METHODOLOGICAL
CHALLENGES AND ADVANCES
USING THE CSES
Marriott, Salon D

Thu 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 8: POLITICAL


METHODOLOGY

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION

17.42

HOW DOES ELECTORAL


CONTEXT AFFECT VOTER AND
CANDIDATE BEHAVIOR?
Marriott, Salon D

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 8: POLITICAL


METHODOLOGY

Sun 10:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION

17.41

51.43

Sun 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 8: POLITICAL


METHODOLOGY

26.42

11.45

THE CAUSES AND POLITICAL


CONSEQUENCES OF PARTIES'
POLICY IMAGES
Marriott, Salon C
THE POLITICAL BEHAVIOR
AND REPRESENTATION OF
WOMEN
Marriott, Salon D

Fri 8:00 am

Fri 10:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS


RESEARCH

Room:

TURNOUT, POLITICAL
PARTICIPATION, AND
ENGAGEMENT
Marriott, Salon D

Fri 8:00 am

Room:
92.44
Room:
56.46
Room:
107.46
Room:
92.38

Room:

TURNOUT: CAUSES AND


CONSEQUENCES
Marriott, Salon D

Sat 8:00 am

VARIETIES OF ELECTORAL
CLIENTELISM AND COERCION
Marriott, Salon D

Sat 2:00 pm
Room:
51.37

VOTE CHOICES, IDEOLOGY


AND POLITICAL PARTIES
Marriott, Salon C

Fri 2:00 pm
Room:

Room:

VOTER PERCEPTIONS OF
POLITICIANS' COMPETENCE
Marriott, Salon J

Sun 8:00 am

WHEN WOMEN RUN: NEW


PERSPECTIVES ON GENDER
AND POLITICAL RECRUITMENT
Marriott, Franklin 4

11.46

Sat 2:00 pm
Room:

WOMEN AND POLITICAL


PARTICIPATION
Marriott, Franklin 7

17.43

Sun 8:00 am
Room:
22.46

DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION

Room:

ACHEN AND BARTELS'


DEMOCRACY FOR REALISTS:
AUTHORS MEET CRITICS
Marriott, Salon D

Room:
26.42

Room:

AUTHORS MEET CRITICS:


"WHO GOVERNS?" BY JACOBS
AND DRUCKMAN
Loews, Commonwealth A1
CAMPAIGN DYNAMICS, SOCIAL
MEDIA AND VOTER
PREFERENCES
Marriott, Salon C

Room:
40.41
Room:

Fri 4:00 pm

Room:

CAMPAIGNING, PRIMING AND


VOTE CHOICES
Marriott, Salon C

Room:

CONVENIENCE SAMPLING AND


REPRESENTATIVENESS OF
PUBLIC OPINION SURVEYS
Marriott, Franklin 12

Room:

ESTIMATING SUB-NATIONAL
PREFERENCES: COMPLEX
APPLICATIONS &
IMPROVEMENTS OF MRP
Marriott, Franklin 11

40.49

76.47

Room:
88.49

Thu 10:00 am
Room:
107.47

Fri 4:00 pm

Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 8: POLITICAL


METHODOLOGY

76.11

Thu 8:00 am

HONESTY: EFFECTS OF
SCANDALS AND CORRUPTION
ON TRUST, ATTITUDES, AND
BEHAVIOR
Marriott, Salon I
I GO TO EXTREMES: SOCIAL
AND AFFECTIVE BASES FOR
POLITICAL POLARIZATION
Marriott, Salon I

Thu 10:00 am

Thu 2:00 pm

INNOVATIONS IN ASSESSING
GENDER GAPS AND ATTITUDES
Marriott, Franklin 7

Fri 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS


RESEARCH

Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND


VOTING BEHAVIOR

60.12

GET IT RIGHT THE FIRST


TIME: PREFERENCES FOR
LEADER RESPONSIVENESS AND
REFORM
Marriott, Salon I

IT'S A MATTER OF TRUST:


INSTITUTIONAL AND
ATTITUDINAL EFFECTS ON
TRUST
Marriott, Salon I

Fri 8:00 am

Thu 4:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND


VOTING BEHAVIOR

17.41

Fri 12:00 pm

Sat 12:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND


VOTING BEHAVIOR

60.46

GENDER AND POLITICAL


ATTITUDES
Marriott, Franklin 7

Sat 10:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND


VOTING BEHAVIOR

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS


RESEARCH

88.47

EVERYBODY HAS A DREAM:


EFFECTS OF RACE AND
RACIALIZATION ON PUBLIC
OPINION
Marriott, Franklin 8

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS


RESEARCH

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS


RESEARCH

107.41

83.43

109.15
Sat 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND


ELECTORAL SYSTEMS
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 8: POLITICAL
METHODOLOGY

Room:

JUST THE WAY YOU ARE:


IMMIGRATION AND POLITICAL
TOLERANCE
Marriott, Salon I
KEEPING THE FAITH:
RESISTANCE TO FACTS AND
EFFECTS OF MISINFORMATION
Marriott, Salon I
LAST OF THE BIG TIME
SPENDERS: THE ATTITUDINAL
EFFECTS OF SES AND
INEQUALITY
Marriott, Salon I
MEASUREMENT ISSUES IN
SURVEY RESEARCH
Marriott, Franklin 11

Sat 8:00 am

Sat 12:00 pm

Sun 8:00 am

Sun 10:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 5: POLITICAL


PSYCHOLOGY
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 8: POLITICAL
METHODOLOGY

45.46
Room:

SOCIAL IDENTITY AND


POLITICAL BEHAVIOR
Marriott, Salon C

Fri 10:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND


VOTING BEHAVIOR

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

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SOMETIMES A FANTASY:
CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES
OF CONSPIRACY
ENDORSEMENT
Marriott, Salon I
SURPRISES: A MAGICAL
MYSTERY TOUR OF PUBLIC
OPINION AND POLITICAL
PSYCHOLOGY
Marriott, Salon I

Thu 4:00 pm

Room:

Room:
92.45

Room:

TARGETED SURVEYS: HOW TO


STUDY THE UNDERSTUDIED
Marriott, Salon I
THE (COMPARATIVE)
STRANGER: PERSPECTIVES ON
REGIME SUPPORT AND
REPRESENTATION
Marriott, Salon I

Sat 10:00 am

Room:
45.48

Room:
96.34

Room:

THE STRANGER: ASSESSING


POLICY RESPONSIVENESS AND
ISSUE OWNERSHIP
Marriott, Franklin 8
TOMORROW IS TODAY: CAUSES
AND CONSEQUENCES OF
POLITICAL SOCIALIZATION
Marriott, Salon I
UNDERSTANDING MASS
OPINION ABOUT PUBLIC
POLICIES
Marriott, Franklin 6

Room:
96.44

Room:

WE DIDN'T START THE FIRE:


EMOTIONAL AND ATTITUDINAL
EFFECTS OF TERRORISM
Marriott, Salon I
YOU'RE ONLY HUMAN:
ANTECEDENTS AND
CONSEQUENCES OF POLITICAL
POLARIZATION
Marriott, Salon I

COVERING CAMPAIGNS
PCC, 112-A

60.47

DOES THE INFORMATION


ENVIRONMENT POLARIZE?
PCC, 112-B

83.45
Fri 12:00 pm
Room:
40.50
Sat 2:00 pm
Room:

56.48

Thu 10:00 am
Room:
88.38
Fri 10:00 am

Room:

26.45

Fri 2:00 pm

Room:
60.39

Room:

22.47

A POTPOURRI OF FRAMING
AND RHETORICAL EFFECTS
PCC, 112-A

Room:

88.50

26.46
Thu 10:00 am

Room:

Room:
22.48

Room:

186

CAN THE MEDIA PUNISH AND


SUPPRESS BAD BEHAVIOR?
PCC, 112-B
COMMUNICATION AND THE
DYNAMICS OF
AUTHORITARIAN REGIMES
Marriott, Room 408

Thu 2:00 pm

109.46

Page 186

Fri 8:00 am

HOW WE USE THE NEWS NOW:


MEDIA CONSUMPTION AND
ATTENTION IN THE 21ST
CENTURY
PCC, 112-B
IMPROVING DEMOCRACY
WITH NEW TECHNOLOGIES,
CIVIC ACTION, & SOCIAL
SCIENCE
Marriott, Franklin 1

Fri 2:00 pm

Sat 12:00 pm

INNOVATIONS IN MEASURING
POLITICAL COMMUNICATION
PCC, 112-B
JIHADI BRIDES: SOURCES AND
OUTCOMES OF FEMALE
RADICALIZATION
Marriott, Franklin 7

Thu 4:00 pm

Fri 4:00 pm

MEDIA COVERAGE OF
INSTITUTIONS AND POLICY
DEBATES
PCC, 112-B
POLITICAL ELITES AND
SOCIAL MEDIA
PCC, 112-A

Sat 12:00 pm

Thu 4:00 pm

POLITICAL PARTICIPATION
AND THE INTERNET
PCC, 112-B

Sun 10:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 40: INFORMATION


TECHNOLOGY AND POLITICS

Sun 8:00 am
92.48
Thu 2:00 pm

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

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TECHNOLOGY AND POLITICS

Room:
107.48

GENDER AND POLITICAL


COMMUNICATION
PCC, 112-B

Fri 4:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS


RESEARCH

Sat 4:00 pm

Room:

A MYRIAD OF MEDIA EFFECTS


PCC, 112-A

FLIP IT AND REVERSE IT:


MEDIA EFFECTS ON POLITICAL
ELITES
PCC, 112-B

Thu 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY


Co-sponsored by DIVISION 40: INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY AND POLITICS

Sat 4:00 pm

DIVISION 38: POLITICAL


COMMUNICATION
17.45
Room:

Fri 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS


RESEARCH

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY

56.47

11.47
Room:

Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS

17.44

COMPARING AMERICAN AND


FRENCH PRESIDENTIAL
CAMPAIGNS
Marriott, Room 412

Co-sponsored by Association Franaise de Science Politique

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 5: POLITICAL


PSYCHOLOGY

51.44

57.1

Room:

SOCIAL MEDIA AND


ELECTORAL CAMPAIGNS
Marriott, Salon KL

Sat 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 40: INFORMATION


TECHNOLOGY AND POLITICS

Room:

SOCIAL MEDIA AND POLITICAL


CONVERSATION ONLINE
Marriott, Salon KL

Sat 12:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 40: INFORMATION


TECHNOLOGY AND POLITICS

96.45
Room:
76.48
Room:
92.46

Room:
83.46
Room:
56.49

Room:
51.45

Room:

THE EFFECTS OF CAMPAIGN


ADVERTISING
PCC, 112-B
THE MAKING OF MODERN
CAMPAIGN COMMUNICATION
PCC, 112-B
THE POWERS THAT BE: MEDIA
SYSTEMS AND REGULATIONS
AROUND THE WORLD
PCC, 112-B
VOICE, DELIBERATION,
DISCUSSION, EXPRESSION
PCC, 112-A
WHAT DRIVES ECONOMIC
NEWS? DISTRIBUTIVE,
COMPARATIVE, AND NEWMEDIA PERSPECTIVES
PCC, 112-A
WHAT WE KNOW ABOUT WHAT
THEY KNOW: INFLUENCES ON
POLITICAL KNOWLEDGE
PCC, 110-AB

Room:
45.40
Room:

ACTOR INTERESTS IN
INTERNATIONAL
ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS
Marriott, Room 407
CITIES, CLIMATE CHANGE, AND
SUSTAINABILITY POLICY
Marriott, Room 310

22.49
Room:
92.47
Sat 8:00 am

Sat 2:00 pm

Room:

CLIMATE ACTION AT STATE


AND LOCAL LEVELS
Marriott, Room 407

Sat 10:00 am

Room:
22.33
Room:

CONSTITUENCIES IN
ENVIRONMENTAL
MANAGEMENT
Marriott, Room 407
CRISIS AND DISASTER
RESPONSE
Marriott, Franklin 6

Fri 2:00 pm

Room:

DISASTERS, RISK AND


GOVERNMENT DECISIONS
Marriott, Room 307

109.47
Room:

ENERGY POLITICS AND POLICY


Loews, Commonwealth A1

Room:
51.46
Room:
76.39

Fri 12:00 pm
Room:

ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEM
FRAMES AND PUBLIC
PERCEPTIONS
Marriott, Room 307

Thu 10:00 am

GLOBAL POLITICS AND


ENERGY TRANSITIONS
Marriott, Room 307
INFORMATION, INVESTMENT,
AND VOLUNTARINESS IN
ENVIRONMENTAL
GOVERNANCE
Marriott, Room 307
INSTITUTIONS AND
COOPERATION IN WATER
GOVERNANCE
Marriott, Room 407
INTERNATIONAL CLIMATE
CHANGE POLITICS
Marriott, Room 310
KNOWLEDGE AND IDEOLOGY
IN ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS
Marriott, Room 310
POLITICS AND POLICY OF
URBAN TRANSIT
Marriott, Room 307

Thu 2:00 pm

Sat 2:00 pm

Fri 10:00 am

Sat 4:00 pm

Fri 12:00 pm

Sat 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 30: URBAN AND LOCAL


POLITICS

26.35
Room:

SCHOOL POLITICS
Marriott, Room 309

Thu 4:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY


Co-sponsored by DIVISION 30: URBAN AND LOCAL
POLITICS

Fri 2:00 pm
26.47

Fri 10:00 am
Room:

STATE AND LOCAL


ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS
AND POLICY
Marriott, Room 307

Thu 4:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY

76.49

Fri 8:00 am
Room:
56.34

Fri 4:00 pm
Room:

THE CAUSES AND OUTCOMES


OF DIVERSE NATIONAL AND
SUB-NATIONAL CLIMATE
POLICIES
Marriott, Room 310
THE POLITICS OF
ENVIRONMENTAL, ENERGY,
AND FOOD POLICY ISSUES
Marriott, Franklin 9

Sat 8:00 am

Fri 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY

DIVISION 40: INFORMATION


TECHNOLOGY AND POLITICS

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY

11.48

Room:
96.46

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY

60.48

Room:
45.49

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 30: URBAN AND LOCAL


POLITICS

40.51

Room:

Sat 4:00 pm

DIVISION 39: SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY


AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS
56.50

17.46

40.52

Thu 8:00 am

Room:
Sun 10:00 am

109.48

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY

Room:

AUTHORS/CRITICS
ROUNDTABLE: INTERNET
GOVERNANCE RESEARCH
METHODS
Marriott, Salon KL
DIGITAL ADAPTATIONS:
INSTITUTIONS AND BEHAVIOR
IN THE DIGITAL AGE
PCC, 104-A

Fri 8:00 am

Sun 10:00 am

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

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DIGITAL PROTEST AND


POLITICAL PARTICIPATION
Marriott, Salon KL
IMPROVING DEMOCRACY
WITH NEW TECHNOLOGIES,
CIVIC ACTION, & SOCIAL
SCIENCE
Marriott, Franklin 1

Thu 4:00 pm

Room:

Room:

INTERNET POLITICS BEYOND


WESTERN DEMOCRACIES
Marriott, Salon KL

40.53
Room:

22.50
Room:

INTERNET [AND] GOVERNANCE


Marriott, Salon KL

22.54

MEDIA, TECHNOLOGY AND


HUMAN RIGHT ADVOCACY
PCC, 104-B

Room:

Fri 12:00 pm

88.52

Room:
45.51

Thu 2:00 pm
Room:
Thu 2:00 pm

92.49

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 45: HUMAN RIGHTS

Room:
45.50
Room:
26.46
Room:

POLICY RESPONSES TO THE


INTERNET
Marriott, Salon KL
POLITICAL ELITES AND
SOCIAL MEDIA
PCC, 112-A

Fri 10:00 am

Thu 4:00 pm

60.49

Room:

Room:

POLITICAL PARTICIPATION
AND THE INTERNET
PCC, 112-B

60.38
Sun 10:00 am
Room:

Room:

SOCIAL MEDIA AND


ELECTORAL CAMPAIGNS
Marriott, Salon KL

83.47
Sat 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 38: POLITICAL


COMMUNICATION

88.51
Room:

SOCIAL MEDIA AND POLITICAL


CONVERSATION ONLINE
Marriott, Salon KL

Room:

Room:

THE PAST, PRESENT, AND


FUTURE OF DIGITAL POLITICS
RESEARCH: A ROUNDTABLE
Marriott, Salon KL

56.52
Room:

Room:

THE POLITICAL EFFECTS OF


SOCIAL MEDIA IN THE MIDDLE
EAST
Marriott, Salon KL

22.51

Thu 8:00 am

76.50

Room:

DIVISION 41: POLITICS, LITERATURE,


AND FILM
56.51
Room:
96.48
Room:

188

AMERICA IN LITERATURE'S
HALL OF MIRRORS
PCC, 110-AB
BEYOND POWER: WOMEN,
POLITICS, AND DEMOCRACY
PCC, 111-A

Page 188

POLITICS AT THE THRESHOLD:


MIGRATION, IDENTITY, AND
STATEHOOD
PCC, 107-A
WILLINGLY SUSPENDING OUR
DISBELIEF: THE POWER OF
ART AND FICTION
PCC, 110-AB

Fri 10:00 am

Sat 2:00 pm

Fri 4:00 pm

ALTERNATIVES TO THE
NEOLIBERAL CITY
Marriott, Room 307

Fri 4:00 pm

BORDER POLITICS AND


ACTIVISM: MIGRANTS,
REFUGEES, DRUG
TRAFFICKING
Marriott, Salon KL

110.4
Room:

CRITICAL EXPLORATIONS OF
CULTURE AND MEDIA
Marriott, Salon KL

CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES ON
INCARCERATION IN THE U.S.
Marriott, Meeting Room 502
CRITICAL THEORY IN THE 21ST
CENTURY: NEW CHALLENGES
AND DIRECTIONS
Marriott, Meeting Room 502

INTERROGATING THE
ANTHROPOCENE
Marriott, Room 411
Co-sponsored by Green Politics and Theory

Sat 4:00 pm

Sat 10:00 am

Fri 2:00 pm

Thu 2:00 pm

Sat 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY

Fri 2:00 pm

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THE DEMOCRATIC AGE
PCC, 110-AB

Sat 12:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 41: POLITICS, LITERATURE,


AND FILM

Sat 4:00 pm

Room:
11.49

HOUELLEBECQS SUBMISSION:
POLITICS, LITERATURE AND
THE CLASH OF CIVILIZATIONS
PCC, 111-A

Fri 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 52: MIGRATION AND


CITIZENSHIP

Sat 12:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 38: POLITICAL


COMMUNICATION

96.47

HONOR, EXCELLENCE, AND


THE RELATIVITY OF VALUES
PCC, 110-AB

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 30: URBAN AND LOCAL


POLITICS

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 38: POLITICAL


COMMUNICATION

92.48

Fri 2:00 pm

DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL


SCIENCE

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 38: POLITICAL


COMMUNICATION

109.46

CRITICAL EXPLORATIONS OF
CULTURE AND MEDIA
Marriott, Salon KL

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL


SCIENCE

Sat 12:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY


Co-sponsored by DIVISION 38: POLITICAL
COMMUNICATION

51.47

56.52

Sun 10:00 am

Room:
17.47

Room:
26.49
Room:
11.50

Room:

NEW GLOBAL POLITICS?:


INTERNATIONALIZING THE
CAUCUS FOR A NEW
POLITICAL SCIENCE
Marriott, Meeting Room 502
POLITICIZING THE CAMPUS:
EDUCATIONAL SPACES AND
NEOLIBERALISM
Marriott, Salon KL

Fri 8:00 am

11.53

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POPULISM AND BIGOTRY IN A


TIME OF INEQUALITY
Marriott, Room 408

Thu 4:00 pm

60.51

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40.55

PRESENT ENVIRONMENTAL
INEQUALITIES AND
TRANSFORMATIVE
POTENTIALITIES
Marriott, Meeting Room 502

Thu 8:00 am
Room:
83.48

SOCIAL MOVEMENTS, LABOR,


AND HUMAN RIIGHTS
PCC, 110-AB

Sat 10:00 am
Room:
51.48

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 45: HUMAN RIGHTS

83.37

Room:

STRUCTURING DISADVANTAGE:
THE FAMILY, PRISONS, AND
THE UNIVERSITY
Marriott, Franklin 7

Room:
Sat 10:00 am
76.51

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109.49

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TRANSFORMING TEACHING,
TRANSFORMING SOCIETY
Marriott, Salon KL
WHERE IS THE
COUNTERMOVEMENT? LABOR
MOBILIZATION IN AN ERA OF
PRECARIOUSNESS
Marriott, Meeting Room 502

Room:

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24.3

Sun 10:00 am
Room:
26.50

WORKERS, CORPORATIONS,
AND POLICY: GLOBAL
PERSPECTIVES ON LABOR AND
CAPITAL
Marriott, Room 410

Room:
17.48

Room:

HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES ON
NATIONALISM, SELFDETERMINATION AND
SOVEREIGNTY
Loews, Commonwealth A1

NEW RESEARCH IN GENOCIDE


AND MASS KILLING
Loews, Commonwealth A1

Sat 10:00 am

Fri 12:00 pm

THE INSTRUMENTAL USES OF


NORMS IN INTERNATIONAL
RELATIONS
Loews, Commonwealth A2

Sat 8:00 am

THE SLOW PACE OF BIG


TRANSFORMATIONS IN
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
PCC, 114

Thu 4:00 pm

Room:

THE STORIES WE TELL:


HISTORY, IDENTITY, IMAGE
AND INTERNATIONAL POLITICS
Loews, Commonwealth A2

Thu 4:00 pm

Sat 8:00 am
45.52

DIVISION 43: INTERNATIONAL


HISTORY AND POLITICS
CONFLICT AND COOPERATION:
POWER TRANSITIONS AND THE
INTERNATIONAL ORDER
Loews, Commonwealth A1

NATIONALIST IDEOLOGIES:
LEGACIES OF THE PAST AND
IMPLICATIONS FOR THE
FUTURE
Loews, Commonwealth A2

Fri 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by Theme Panel

Co-sponsored by Labor Project

56.53

MODERNIST
INTERNATIONALISMS AND NEW
WORLD ORDERS
Loews, Commonwealth A1

Fri 4:00 pm

Fri 4:00 pm

Co-sponsored by Labor Project

77.6

INNOVATION AND EVOLUTION


IN INTERNATIONAL LAW,
NORMS AND THE LAWS OF
WAR
Loews, Commonwealth A2

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE


METHODS

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS


RESEARCH

60.50

Thu 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE


METHODS

Co-sponsored by Green Politics and Theory

83.51

HOW TO BUILD A NATIONAL


IDENTITY DATABASE (LIKE A
CONSTRUCTIVIST)
Marriott, Franklin 13

Room:

UNDERSTANDING US FOREIGN
POLICY: NEW RESEARCH WITH
HISTORICAL DOCUMENTS
Loews, Commonwealth A1

22.52
Room:

WHERE IDEAS MATTER


Loews, Commonwealth A2

Thu 2:00 pm

DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE


DEMOCRATIZATION

Fri 2:00 pm
56.54

Thu 10:00 am

Fri 10:00 am

Room:
22.53

Room:

ANALYZING THE
INTERNATIONAL DIMENSION
OF AUTHORITARIAN RULE
Marriott, Franklin 2
BREAKING THE BOUNDS:
CONTENTIOUS POLITICS AND
THE TRANSITION TO
DEMOCRACY
Marriott, Franklin 3

Fri 2:00 pm

Thu 2:00 pm

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109.50

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83.49

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56.55

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88.53
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76.52
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190

CONFLICT, COOPTATION, AND


MANIPULATION: THE POLITICS
OF NON-DEMOCRATIC
ELECTIONS
Marriott, Franklin 4
CONSTITUTION MAKING AND
TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE
Marriott, Franklin 4
CONTENTION, INEQUALITY
AND DEMOCRATIZATION
Marriott, Franklin 3
DEMOCRATIC BACKSLIDING:
CURRENT AND PAST
Marriott, Franklin 3
DICTATORS, REBELS, AND
MILITIAS PARTICIPATION IN
POLITICS: CAUSES AND
EFFECTS
Marriott, Franklin 3
EFFECTIVE DEMOCRACY AID?
EXPLORING FAVORABLE AND
UNFAVORABLE CONDITIONS
Marriott, Franklin 5
ELITES, MASSES, AND
CULTURE: THE ARAB SPRING
IN COMPARATIVE
PERSPECTIVE
Marriott, Franklin 3
FORMAL MODELS OF
AUTHORITARIAN POLITICS
Marriott, Franklin 6
HOW SUCCESSFUL
TRANSFORMATIONS
OVERCOME SOCIAL DILEMMAS
Marriott, Franklin 4
INSTITUTIONS, ECONOMIC
RESOURCES AND THE
DURABILITY OF
AUTHORITARIANISM
Marriott, Franklin 5
PATRIMONIALISM,
DEMOCRACY, STABILITY AND
GROWTH: CROSS-REGIONAL
PERSPECTIVES
Marriott, Franklin 3
POLITICAL TRUST ACROSS
DEMOCRACIES OLD & NEW:
CAUSES, CONSEQUENCES,
COMPARISONS
Marriott, Franklin 3
POPULAR SUPPORT FOR
AUTHORITARIAN REGIMES
Marriott, Franklin 3
PROBLEMS OF
AUTHORITARIAN STABILITY
Marriott, Franklin 4

Sun 8:00 am

Room:
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Fri 8:00 am

Thu 4:00 pm
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Sat 2:00 pm
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Sat 4:00 pm

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Sun 8:00 am
Room:
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Fri 10:00 am
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SOURCES OF REGIME
DURABILITY AND
TRANSFORMATION IN CHINA
Marriott, Franklin 2
THE CAUSES AND
CONSEQUENCES OF
DEMOCRATIC GOVERNANCE:
NEW QUANTITATIVE
RESEARCH
Marriott, Franklin 4
THE INTERNATIONAL SOURCES
OF DEMOCRATIZATION AND
AUTHORITARIANISM
Marriott, Franklin 4
THE QUALITY OF ELECTIONS:
MANIPULATION AND
MONITORING
Marriott, Franklin 2
THE QUESTION OF
DEMOCRACY IN ASIA
Marriott, Franklin 4
THE STATE AND
PARTICIPATION IN NEW
DEMOCRACIES
Marriott, Franklin 4

Fri 12:00 pm

Sat 10:00 am

Sun 10:00 am

Fri 4:00 pm

Thu 8:00 am

Fri 4:00 pm

DIVISION 45: HUMAN RIGHTS


92.51

Room:

EXPANDING THE SCOPE OF


HUMAN RIGHTS AND
HUMANITARIANISM: NEW
DIRECTIONS
PCC, 104-B

45.25
Room:

HUMAN RIGHTS TREATIES


PCC, 104-A

Thu 10:00 am

Fri 10:00 am

Sat 2:00 pm

Fri 10:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 17: INTERNATIONAL


COLLABORATION

Sun 10:00 am

40.57
Room:
17.50

Sat 10:00 am

Room:

HUMAN RIGHTS AND FOREIGN


POLICY
PCC, 104-B
HUMAN RIGHTS AS
EMANCIPATORY POLITICS?
PCC, 104-B

Fri 8:00 am

Thu 10:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL


THEORY

11.52
Fri 2:00 pm
Room:
60.54

Sat 12:00 pm

Room:
22.54

Sat 8:00 am

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

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IN THE SPOTLIGHT:
CELEBRITIES IN US AND
INTERNATIONAL POLITICS
PCC, 104-B
INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
AND HUMAN RIGHTS
COMPLIANCE
PCC, 104-A
MEDIA, TECHNOLOGY AND
HUMAN RIGHT ADVOCACY
PCC, 104-B

Thu 8:00 am

Fri 4:00 pm

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 40: INFORMATION


TECHNOLOGY AND POLITICS

Room:

MIGRATION AND HUMAN


RIGHTS
PCC, 106-AB

Sat 8:00 am

Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 52: MIGRATION AND


CITIZENSHIP

26.52
Room:
83.51
Room:

MONITORING AND ENFORCING


HUMAN RIGHTS
PCC, 104-B
SOCIAL MOVEMENTS, LABOR,
AND HUMAN RIIGHTS
PCC, 110-AB

40.58

11.53

Thu 4:00 pm
Room:

Room:

56.57

109.53

Room:

Room:
109.52

Room:

76.54

Room:
45.55

Room:
107.51

Room:

THE ROLE OF NORMS AND


MEDIA IN FULFILLING HUMAN
RIGHTS
PCC, 104-B
TRESPASSING OR
TRANSFORMATION: HUMAN
RIGHTS AND STATE
SOVEREIGNTY
Loews, Commonwealth A2

17.51

83.52
Room:
51.48

UNITED STATES FOREIGN


POLICY ON TRANSITIONAL
JUSTICE
PCC, 112-A

Room:

WHAT FACTORS AID IN HUMAN


RIGHTS ACCEPTANCE AND
FULFILLMENT?
PCC, 110-AB

60.55
Fri 10:00 am
Room:
22.55
Sun 8:00 am

Room:
107.52
Room:
57.5

Room:

APPROACHES TO
ETHNOGRAPHY AND
INTERVIEWING
Marriott, Franklin 13
CAUSAL INFERENCE AND
BAYESIAN ANALYSIS
Marriott, Franklin 12
COLORING THE FIELD:
EXAMINING POSITIONALITY IN
FIELD RESEARCH
Marriott, Room 414

Room:

Room:

DA-RT AND QUALITATIVE


METHODS: THE CASE OF
PROCESS TRACING
PCC, 204-B

Sun 10:00 am

MIXED METHOD RESEARCH


DESIGNS
Marriott, Franklin 13
NEW ETHNOGRAPHIC
APPROACHES
Marriott, Franklin 13
NEW RESEARCH IN GENOCIDE
AND MASS KILLING
Loews, Commonwealth A1

Thu 10:00 am

Sat 10:00 am

Fri 12:00 pm

NON-TRANSPARENCY AND
THEORY GENERATION IN THE
STUDY OF AUTHORITARIANISM
Marriott, Franklin 11
ON THE ETHNOGRAPHIC
PROOF
Marriott, Franklin 13

Fri 4:00 pm

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by Interpretive Methodologies and Methods

45.56

Thu 4:00 pm

Room:

PROMISES AND PITFALLS OF


ECLECTICISM IN IR
Marriott, Franklin 11

76.55
Room:

PUTTING CONCEPTS TO WORK


Marriott, Franklin 13

92.52

QUALITATIVE APPROACHES TO
CAUSAL INFERENCE
Marriott, Franklin 13

Room:

Fri 10:00 am

Sat 8:00 am

Sat 2:00 pm

Sun 8:00 am
96.51

Fri 2:00 pm
Room:
107.53

Co-sponsored by Interpretive Methodologies and Methods

26.13

MECHANISMS AND PROCESSTRACING WHAT ARE WE


ACTUALLY TRACING?
Marriott, Franklin 13

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 43: INTERNATIONAL


HISTORY AND POLITICS

Sat 8:00 am

DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE METHODS


26.53

Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 17: INTERNATIONAL


COLLABORATION

VIOLENCE,
HUMANITARIANISM, AND
HUMAN RIGHTS
PCC, 104-B

Fri 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS

Sat 4:00 pm

Sun 10:00 am

INTERPRETING POLITICAL
IDEAS, BELIEFS, AND
DISCOURSES
Marriott, Franklin 11

Co-sponsored by Interpretive Methodologies and Methods

Fri 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL


THEORY

96.50

Thu 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 43: INTERNATIONAL


HISTORY AND POLITICS

Room:
THE POLITICAL THEORY OF
HUMAN RIGHTS
Marriott, Room 310

HOW TO BUILD A NATIONAL


IDENTITY DATABASE (LIKE A
CONSTRUCTIVIST)
Marriott, Franklin 13

Fri 8:00 am

Sat 10:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL


SCIENCE

56.56

ETHNIC IDENTIFICATION IN
SOCIAL CONTEXT
Marriott, Franklin 11

Thu 4:00 pm
Room:

QUALITATIVE METHODS IN
THE POLITICAL SCIENCE
DISCIPLINE
Marriott, Franklin 13
REVIVING CONCEPT
FORMATION. OR, RETURNING
TO BIG QUESTIONS IN
POLITICAL SCIENCE
Marriott, Salon KL

Sat 4:00 pm

Sun 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

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109.54

Room:

WHEN, WHERE, AND HOW TO


ADOPT MIXED-METHODS
RESEARCH DESIGNS
Marriott, Franklin 12

Sun 10:00 am

Room:

56.59

11.54
Room:

CONTROLLING THE BODY


PCC, 111-A

Thu 8:00 am

56.58
Room:

IDENTITY AND SEXUALITY


PCC, 111-A

Fri 2:00 pm

22.56
Room:

LOVE, SEX, AND MARRIAGE


PCC, 111-A

Thu 2:00 pm

17.52

SEXUALITY AND
INTERNATIONAL HUMAN
RIGHTS
PCC, 111-A

51.50

Room:
60.56
Room:

SEXUALITY AND POLITICS:


VARIOUS METHODOLOGICAL
APPROACHES
PCC, 111-A
TRANSGENDER POLITICS
PCC, 111-A

Room:

Room:
107.38

Room:

AUTHOR MEETS CRITIC:


PATRICIA STRACHS HIDING
POLITICS IN PLAIN SIGHT
Marriott, Franklin 8

Room:
88.54

Fri 12:00 pm
Room:

Room:
26.54

Room:
96.52

Room:
11.55

Room:
51.51

Room:

192

CITIZENS, COMMUNITIES, AND


CONSUMERS: THE POLITICS OF
GRASSROOTS HEALTH
ADVOCACY
PCC, 110-AB
OBAMACARE WARS:
FEDERALISM, STATE POLITICS,
AND THE AFFORDABLE CARE
ACT
PCC, 107-A
PUBLIC OPINION, POLICY
FEEDBACK AND THE
TRANSFORMING HEALTH
SYSTEM
Marriott, Meeting Room 501
THE POLITICS OF PUBLIC
HEALTH IN DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES
PCC, 106-AB
THE POLITICS OF PUBLIC
HEALTH: TRANSFORMATION
OR STATUS QUO?
Marriott, Room 309

Fri 4:00 pm

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11.14

Thu 10:00 am
Room:

IDENTITIES, PUBLIC POLICIES


AND PARTICIPATION IN
CANADA
Marriott, Room 309

Sat 10:00 am

LANGUAGE, CULTURE AND


NATIONAL UNITY: POLICY
PREFERENCES AND PARTY
POLITICS
Marriott, Room 309

Sat 12:00 pm

ELITE NETWORKS AND


AUTHORITARIAN STABILITY
PCC, 111-A
METHODOLOGICAL ADVANCES
IN SOCIAL NETWORK
ANALYSIS
Marriott, Room 306

Fri 10:00 am

Thu 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 8: POLITICAL


METHODOLOGY

26.55
Sun 8:00 am
Room:
40.59

Sat 8:00 am
Room:
83.54
Room:
Thu 4:00 pm

76.57

Room:
92.53
Sat 4:00 pm

Room:

17.10
Room:
Fri 12:00 pm

METHODOLOGICAL AND
EMPIRICAL APPLICATIONS OF
POLITICAL NETWORKS
PCC, 111-A
POLITICAL NETWORKS:
ESTIMATION, MEASUREMENT
AND INFERENCE
PCC, 111-A
POLITICAL NETWORKS:
LEADERSHIP NETWORKS
PCC, 111-A
POLITICAL NETWORKS:
POLITICAL DISCUSSION AND
SOCIAL INFLUENCE
PCC, 111-A
ROUNDTABLE: THE UPSIDES
AND DOWNSIDES OF STUDYING
POLITICS AS NETWORKS
PCC, 111-A

Thu 4:00 pm

Fri 8:00 am

Sat 10:00 am

Sat 8:00 am

Sat 2:00 pm

DIVISION 51: EXPERIMENTAL


RESEARCH

Thu 8:00 am

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

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DIVISION 50: POLITICAL NETWORKS


45.57

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY

76.56

THE TRANSFORMING HEALTH


SYSTEM: NEW ROLES FOR OLD
PLAYERS?
PCC, 107-A

Thu 10:00 am

DIVISION 48: HEALTH POLITICS AND


HEALTH POLICY
ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE: THE
ACA, MEDICAID, AND THE
POLITICS OF HEALTH CARE
PCC, 107-A

Fri 12:00 pm

DIVISION 49: CANADIAN POLITICS


83.53

Room:

17.53

THE POLITICS OF WOMEN'S


HEALTH POLICY
Marriott, Franklin 4

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS


RESEARCH

DIVISION 47: SEXUALITY AND


POLITICS

Room:

51.38

CAUSAL INFERENCE IN
RANDOMIZED EXPERIMENTS
Marriott, Franklin 3
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 8: POLITICAL
METHODOLOGY

Thu 10:00 am

Room:
45.58

Room:
60.57
Room:
88.55
Room:
11.56
Room:
17.54
Room:
26.56
Room:
51.52
Room:
76.58

Room:
56.60

Room:

EXPERIMENTAL
INVESTIGATIONS IN VOTER
BEHAVIOR IN AFRICA
Marriott, Room 406

Fri 8:00 am

EXPERIMENTAL
INVESTIGATIONS OF HUMAN
RIGHTS
Marriott, Room 406

Fri 10:00 am

CONSTRUCTING MIGRANTS
PCC, 202-A

51.53

EMPLOYING MIGRANTS:
MULTIPLE PERSPECTIVES
PCC, 203-A

Room:
88.56

EXPERIMENTS ON GENDER
AND SEXUALITY
Marriott, Room 406

Fri 4:00 pm
Room:
56.61

EXPERIMENTS WITH ELITE


SUBJECTS
Marriott, Room 408

Sat 12:00 pm
Room:
22.57

FIELD EXPERIMENTS ON
SECURITY AND VIOLENCE
Marriott, Room 409
INNOVATIONS IN LAB AND
SURVEY EXPERIMENTS
Marriott, Room 409

109.55
Room:

Thu 8:00 am
Room:
11.57
Thu 10:00 am
Room:

METHODOLOGICAL
INNOVATIONS IN EXPERIMENTS
Marriott, Room 409

Thu 4:00 pm

76.53
Room:
88.57

17.55

Room:
83.55

Room:
45.22

Room:

ROUNDTABLE ON THE CPS


SPECIAL ISSUE ON
TRANSPARENCY IN THE
SOCIAL SCIENCES
Marriott, Room 406

Room:

92.54

17.56
Room:
83.56

Room:
26.57

CATEGORICAL PRECISION IN
THE STUDY OF IMMIGRANT
INTEGRATION
Loews, Commonwealth D

Room:

Room:

CONSTITUTING THE GLOBAL:


MIGRATION AS CRITICAL
GEOPOLITICS
PCC, 203-A

Thu 8:00 am

Sat 8:00 am

MIGRATION AND HUMAN


SECURITY
PCC, 203-A

Sat 12:00 pm

MIGRATION AND ITS EFFECTS


ON EUROPEAN POLITICS AND
SOCIETY
PCC, 112-B

Fri 10:00 am

MUSLIM IMMIGRANTS:
MULTIPLE PERSPECTIVES
PCC, 203-A
SUBNATIONAL IMMIGRATION
POLICY MAKING
PCC, 202-B

Sat 2:00 pm

Thu 10:00 am

Sat 10:00 am

Thu 10:00 am
96.53
Sat 10:00 am

Room:
40.61

Room:
45.59

MIGRATION AND HUMAN


RIGHTS
PCC, 106-AB

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 15: EUROPEAN POLITICS


AND SOCIETY

Fri 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL


SCIENCE

COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES
OF SENDING STATES
ENGAGEMENT WITH
DIASPORAS ABROAD
PCC, 203-A

HOST SOCIETY ATTITUDES


TOWARDS IMMIGRANTS:
MIGRANTS & HOST SOCIETIES
PCC, 202-B

Fri 2:00 pm

Sat 8:00 am

DIVISION 52: MIGRATION AND


CITIZENSHIP

Room:

IMMIGRANT-RELATED
POLICIES AND THEIR EFFECTS
PCC, 202-B

Sat 12:00 pm

Fri 12:00 pm

NEW DIRECTIONS IN
EXPERIMENTS ON VOTING AND
ELECTIONS
Marriott, Room 407

BORDER POLITICS AND


ACTIVISM: MIGRANTS,
REFUGEES, DRUG
TRAFFICKING
Marriott, Salon KL

IMMIGRANT POLITICAL
BEHAVIOR
PCC, 203-A

Fri 12:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 45: HUMAN RIGHTS

NATURAL AND QUASI


EXPERIMENTS
Marriott, Room 409

Room:

83.47

FREE MOVEMENT AND


INTERNAL BORDER
POLITICS: EUROPE IN
COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE
Marriott, Franklin 8

Sun 10:00 am

THE EFFECTS OF CONTEXTS


AND POLICIES ON IMMIGRANT
INTEGRATION
PCC, 203-B
THE FUTURE OF IDENTITY
POLITICS IN THE UNITED
STATES
PCC, 202-B
THE REFUGEE CRISIS: THEORY
AND PRACTICE
PCC, 203-A
VARIETIES OF CITIZENSHIP:
INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION
AND POLITICAL OUTCOMES
PCC, 203-A

Sat 10:00 am

Thu 4:00 pm

Sat 4:00 pm

Fri 8:00 am

Fri 10:00 am

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45.60

Room:
83.57
Room:
22.58

Room:
26.58
Room:
76.59

Room:
56.62
Room:

DIVISION 53: AFRICAN POLITICS

88.41

AFROBAROMETER AND
CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN
ISSUES
Marriott, Room 409

Room:

CONFLICT AND VIOLENCE:


ISSUES AND INTERVENTIONS
Marriott, Room 409
DEVELOPMENT DISCOURSES:
GLOBAL, REGIONAL, AND
LOCAL ACTORS
Marriott, Room 409
ELECTORAL STRATEGIES IN
AFRICA
Marriott, Room 409
ETHNICITY, PUBLIC GOODS,
AND ELECTORAL LOGICS IN
AFRICA
Loews, Commonwealth A1
POLITICS IN AUTHORITARIAN
STATES IN AFRICA
Loews, Commonwealth A1
PRECARIOUS RELATIONS
BETWEEN STATE AND SOCIETY
IN AFRICA'S SAHEL
Marriott, Room 409
YOUTH POLITICS AND
ACTIVISM IN AFRICA
Marriott, Room 409

Fri 4:00 pm

Room:
56.63

Room:
96.54

Room:
40.62

Room:

ADVANCES AND LIMITS IN


EPISTEMIC DEMOCRACY
Marriott, Room 309
DISCOURSE, CONFLICT, AND
INSTITUTIONS IN
COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE
Marriott, Room 309
IDEAS, KNOWLEDGE AND THE
PROMISE OF A POLITICAL
'SCIENCE'
Marriott, Room 309
IDEATIONAL POLITICS: NEW
DIRECTIONS IN POLITICS AND
EPISTEMOLOGY
Marriott, Room 310

Sat 12:00 pm

Room:
17.57

Room:

194

AUTHORS MEET CRITICS:


HACKER AND PIERSON ON
AMERICAN AMENSIA
Marriott, Room 309
CLASS AND INEQUALITY IN
THE HISTORY OF POLITICAL
THOUGHT
Marriott, Room 309

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Thu 2:00 pm

Thu 4:00 pm

Sat 8:00 am

Fri 2:00 pm

Sat 2:00 pm

Fri 2:00 pm

Sat 4:00 pm

Fri 8:00 am

Thu 8:00 am

Thu 10:00 am

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Room:

Fri 10:00 am

DIVISION 55: CLASS & INEQUALITY


11.58

Sat 12:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 30: URBAN AND LOCAL


POLITICS

DIVISION 54: IDEAS, KNOWLEDGE


AND POLITICS
92.55

EXPLORING SOURCES OF BIAS


IN LOCAL POLITICAL
OUTCOMES
Marriott, Room 307

UNEQUAL RESPONSIVENESS:
NEW EVIDENCE
Marriott, Room 309
WEALTHY DONORS,
ORGANIZED INTERESTS, AND
AMERICAN DEMOCRACY
Marriott, Room 309

Fri 10:00 am

Fri 8:00 am

RELATED GROUP PANELS


AGING POLICY AND POLITICS GROUP
12.1

Room:

POPULATION AGING:
CHALLENGES TO SOCIAL
POLICY
Marriott, Room 410

Thu 8:00 am

Room:

AMERICAN POLITICAL THOUGHT

Room:

Room:
89.1

Room:
77.1

Room:
84.1

Room:
43.3

Room:

CARRESE, DEMOCRACY IN
MODERATION: MONTESQUIEU,
TOCQUEVILLE, AND
LIBERALISM: CARRESE'S
"DEMOCRACY IN
MODERATION: MONTESQUIEU,
TOCQUEVILLE, AND
LIBERALISM"
Loews, Commonwealth D
HOLLOWAY, HAMILTON V.
JEFFERSON: COMPLETING OR
BETRAYING THE FOUNDING?:
HOLLOWAY'S HAMILTON V.
JEFFERSON: COMPLETING OR
BETRAYING THE FOUNDING?
Loews, Commonwealth D
THE CONSTITUTION AND
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION 2016:
WOULD A DOSE OF IT HELP?
Loews, Commonwealth D
THE JURISPRUDENCE AND
AMERICAN LEGACY OF
JUSTICE ANTONIN SCALIA
Loews, Commonwealth D
TRANSFORMING MARRIAGE
AND RELIGION IN AMERICAN
POLITICAL THOUGHT
PCC, 114

57.1
Sat 4:00 pm
Room:

23.1

Room:

Sat 12:00 pm

TRANSFORMATIONS IN THE
STATE AND NATIONAL
BOUNDARIES OF ISRAEL
Marriott, Room 410

Thu 2:00 pm

ASSOCIATION FOR POLITICS AND THE LIFE


SCIENCES
ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF
NATIONALITIES
52.1

Sat 8:00 am
Room:

Sat 10:00 am

97.2

Fri 10:00 am

CONFLICT AND IDENTITY IN


POSTCOMMUNIST STATES: NEW
RESEARCH ON POLITICS,
NATIONALISM, AND VIOLENCE
Marriott, Room 412

Fri 12:00 pm

ASSOCIATION OF CHINESE POLITICAL


STUDIES

Room:

CONFLICT AND COOPERATION:


STATE AND SOCIETY IN
CONTEMPORARY CHINA
Marriott, Room 412

Sat 4:00 pm

ASSOCIATION OF KOREAN POLITICAL


STUDIES
97.3
Room:

ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN CAUCUS

Room:

Fri 2:00 pm

ASSOCIATION FOR ISRAEL STUDIES

AMERICAN PUBLIC PHILOSOPHY INSTITUTE


APSA STATUS OF ASIANPACIFIC AMERICANS IN THE
PROFESSION COMMITTEE AND
STATUS OF LATINOS Y LATINAS
IN THE PROFESSION
COMMITTEE RECEPTION
Marriott, Room 410

COMPARING AMERICAN AND


FRENCH PRESIDENTIAL
CAMPAIGNS
Marriott, Room 412
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 38: POLITICAL
COMMUNICATION

Sat 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by Theme Panel

70.3

Sat 10:00 am

Fri 7:30 pm

Co-sponsored by APSA Panels and All Meetings and


Receptions
Co-sponsored by Latino Caucus in Political Science

POLITICS OF KOREAN
PENINSULA
Marriott, Room 411

Sat 4:00 pm

BRAZILIAN POLITICAL SCIENCE


ASSOCIATION
89.2
Room:

DEMOCRACY IN LATIN
AMERICA
Marriott, Room 412

Sat 12:00 pm

BRITISH POLITICS GROUP


20.2

Room:

BREAKING NEWS PANEL:


TAKING STOCK OF THE BREXIT
SHOCK
PCC, 201-C

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by Theme Panel

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

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93.1

CAN THE LEFT GET RIGHT


WITH THE FOUNDING?
Loews, Commonwealth D

CONTEXUALIZING RACE
NARRATIVES IN ASIAN
AMERICAN POLITICAL
ACTIVISM
Marriott, Room 412

ASSOCIATION FRANAISE DE SCIENCE


POLITIQUE

AMERICAN ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE


97.1

84.2

84.3

Room:

CONTROLS, CUES, AND


INCENTIVES: STATE - SOCIETY
RELATIONS IN U.K. POLITICS
Marriott, Room 414

Sat 10:00 am

Room:

CAMPAIGN FINANCE RESEARCH GROUP


89.3
Room:

41.1

ROUND TABLE: MONEY AND


POLITICS, 2016
Marriott, Room 411

23.2

Sat 12:00 pm
Room:
77.2

CATO INSTITUTE
52.2

Room:

COLLABORATION BETWEEN
ACADEMIA AND POLITICAL
PRACTITIONERS
Marriott, Room 414

Fri 12:00 pm
Room:
52.3
Room:

CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF FEDERALISM


61.1
Room:

DYNAMIC DE/CENTRALIZATION
IN FEDERATIONS
Marriott, Room 414

61.2

Fri 4:00 pm
Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 28: FEDERALISM AND


INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS

93.2
Room:

51.35
Room:

INTERGOVERNMENTAL
POLITICS AND PERCEPTIONS
Marriott, Room 306

Fri 12:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 28: FEDERALISM AND


INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS
Co-sponsored by Publius: The Journal of Federalism

CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF THE


CONSTITUTION

27.1

46.1

Room:

CHRISTIANS IN POLITICAL
SCIENCE RESEARCH
ROUNDTABLE
Marriott, Room 414

Room:

WINSTON S. CHURCHILL ON
THE BIG QUESTIONS OF
POLITICAL SCIENCE
Loews, Commonwealth B

Room:

CICERONIAN SOCIETY 2016


APSA RELATED GROUP PANEL
Marriott, Room 414

Room:
18.1

Room:

196

CONGRESS AS ENABLER OF
THE ADMINISTRATIVE STATE:
CAN IT BE REFORMED?
Loews, Commonwealth B
DO ADMINISTRATIVE
AGENCIES GET TOO MUCH
DEFERENCE? 30 YEARS OF
CHEVRON
Loews, Commonwealth B

Page 196

ROUNDTABLE ON THE CAMPUS


PROTESTS
Loews, Commonwealth B

84.4

THE IMPERIAL PRESIDENCY


REVISITED
Loews, Commonwealth B
THOMAS WEST ON MORALITY
AND THE FAMILY IN LOCKE
AND THE FOUNDERS
Loews, Commonwealth B

Fri 8:00 am

Thu 2:00 pm

Sat 8:00 am

Fri 12:00 pm

Fri 4:00 pm

Sat 2:00 pm

Thu 4:00 pm

Sat 4:00 pm

Sat 10:00 am

Fri 10:00 am

COMMITTEE FOR ANALYSIS OF MILITARY


OPERATIONS AND STRATEGY
Sat 12:00 pm

COMMITTEE FOR POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY


41.2

Room:
Sat 4:00 pm

Fri 2:00 pm

MIGRANTS REPRESENTATION:
PARTIES, ELECTORAL SYSTEMS
AND MOBILIZATION
Marriott, Room 411

Fri 8:00 am

COMMITTEE ON VIABLE CONSTITIONALISM


COMMITTEE ON THE POLITICAL ECONOMY
OF THE GOOD SOCIETY
COMMUNITARIAN NETWORK
COMPARATIVE URBAN POLITICS
93.3

Thu 10:00 am

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

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PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION
ROUNDTABLE
Loews, Commonwealth B

SUPREME COURT ROUNDTABLE


Loews, Commonwealth B

Room:

CLAREMONT INSTITUTE FOR THE STUDY OF


STATESMANSHIP AND POLITICAL
PHILOSOPHY
57.2

MACHIAVELLI ON WAR, PEACE,


AND REPUBLICANISM
Loews, Commonwealth B

97.5
Room:

46.2

CICERONIAN SOCIETY
97.4

HOBBES, ROUSSEAU, AND


BURKE ON RELIGION AND THE
STATE
Loews, Commonwealth B

Room:

Fri 10:00 am

CHURCHILL CENTRE, THE


89.4

GUNS ON CAMPUS? THE


PROFESSION AND CAMPUS
CARRY
Loews, Commonwealth B

STRAUSS ON PHILOSOPHY,
RELIGION, AND MORALITY
Loews, Commonwealth B

Room:

CHRISTIANS IN POLITICAL SCIENCE

FREEDOM OF RELIGION AND


SPEECH IN THE AMERICAN
SOCIAL COMPACT
Loews, Commonwealth B

Room:

CONSULTING THE PEOPLE ON


URBAN ISSUES: PARTICIPATION
AND INSTITUTIONAL DESIGN
Marriott, Room 412

Sat 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 30: URBAN AND LOCAL


POLITICS

COMPLEXITY AND PUBLIC POLICY GROUP


108.1

Room:

COMPLEXITYTHE SECRET:
TO UNIFY & IMPROVE
POLITICAL SCIENCE & POLICY
RESEARCH
Marriott, Room 414

Sun 8:00 am
Room:
61.3
Room:

CONFERENCE GROUP ON ITALIAN POLITICS


AND SOCIETY
12.2

Room:

ITALIAN POLITICS UNDER


RENZI AND BEYOND:
TRANSFORMATION OR
STAGNATION?
Marriott, Room 412

41.4

Thu 8:00 am

77.3
Room:
84.6

Room:
93.5

CONFERENCE GROUP ON TAIWAN STUDIES

Room:

110.1
Room:
93.4
Room:

CROSS-STRAIT RELATIONS AND


ECONOMIC INTEGRATION
Marriott, Room 414
PREFERENCES, IDENTITY, AND
TAIWAN'S 2016 ELECTION
Marriott, Room 414

27.2

Sun 10:00 am
Room:
89.5
Sat 2:00 pm
Room:
110.2

CONFERENCE GROUP ON THE MIDDLE EAST


84.5

Room:

SECTARIANISM AND FUTURE


OF RELIGIOUS AND ETHNIC
MINORITIES IN THE ARAB
WORLD
Marriott, Room 410

Room:
110.3
Room:
46.3
Room:

Room:

EMOTIONS AND DISCOURSE IN


PUBLIC POLICY
Marriott, Room 412

Room:

FRONTIERS IN DISASTER
RESEARCH: THE POLITICS OF
CATASTROPHE
Loews, Commonwealth A1

Room:
18.2
Room:
52.4

Room:
23.3
Room:

APOCALYPTIC INFLUENCES IN
CONTEMPORARY POLITICS
Loews, Commonwealth C
CONSTITUTIONS AND
FOUNDATIONS
Loews, Commonwealth C
DEMOCRATIZATION AND THE
EXPERIENCE OF FREEDOM IN
CENTRAL EASTERN EUROPE
Loews, Commonwealth C
EDUCATION AND HUMAN
NATURE
Loews, Commonwealth C

ROUNDTABLE: LEON CRAIG'S


THE PHILOSOPHER'S ENGLISH
KING
Loews, Commonwealth C
ROUNDTABLE: VACLAV
HAVEL'S LEGACY TODAY.
Loews, Commonwealth C
THE CHALLENGE OF
SPIRITUAL DISCERNMENT
Loews, Commonwealth C
THE POLITICAL PERSISTENCE
OF RELIGION
Loews, Commonwealth C

Sat 10:00 am

Sat 2:00 pm

Thu 4:00 pm

Sat 12:00 pm

Sun 10:00 am

TRANSCENDENCE AS THE
HORIZON OF POLITICS
Loews, Commonwealth B
UNIVERSAL HUMANITY AND
HISTORY
Loews, Commonwealth C

Sun 10:00 am

Fri 10:00 am

EUROPEAN CONSORTIUM FOR POLITICAL


RESEARCH
77.4
Sun 8:00 am

Room:

MIGRATION AND THE


MIGRATION CRISIS TODAY:
POLICIES, EXPERIENCES,
IMPACT
Loews, Commonwealth A1

Sat 8:00 am

FEDERALIST SOCIETY FOR LAW AND


POLITICS

ERIC VOEGELIN SOCIETY


108.3

ROUNDTABLE ON DAVID
WALSHS POLITICS OF THE
PERSON AS THE POLITICS OF
BEING
Loews, Commonwealth C

Sat 8:00 am

Fri 8:00 am

DISASTERS AND CRISES


108.2

REPRESENTING THE REAL:


VOEGELINIAN PERSPECTIVES
Loews, Commonwealth C

Fri 4:00 pm

Sat 10:00 am

CRITICAL POLICY STUDIES


41.3

POLITICAL SCIENCE AND


METHODOLOGICAL LIMITS
Loews, Commonwealth C

Fri 8:00 am

Sun 8:00 am

41.5

Thu 10:00 am
Room:

ROUNDTABLE: CONGRESS,
DELEGATION, AND THE
ADMINISTRATIVE STATE
Marriott, Room 410

Fri 8:00 am

FRENCH POLITICS GROUP


Fri 12:00 pm

108.4

Thu 2:00 pm

Room:

SECOND ORDER ELECTIONS


AND BEYOND: THE 2014 AND
2015 FRENCH LOCAL
ELECTIONS
Loews, Commonwealth D

Sun 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND


ELECTORAL SYSTEMS

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

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CONFERENCE GROUP ON JURISPRUDENCE


AND PUBLIC LAW

ELECTION 2016: ANALYSIS AND


PREDICTIONS
Loews, Commonwealth C

60.13

Room:

WHOS CHARLIE? TEACHING


THE 2015 PARIS ATTACKS &
OTHER DRAMATIC CURRENT
EVENTS
Marriott, Room 305

Fri 4:00 pm

IBERIAN POLITICS
23.4
Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 10: POLITICAL SCIENCE


EDUCATION

77.5

Room:
57.3
Room:

COMPETING INTERESTS AND


PARADIGMS IN EAST ASIAN
POLITICAL ECONOMY
Marriott, Room 414
LOCAL GOVERNANCE IN A
GLOBALIZED WORLD
Marriott, Room 410

Sat 8:00 am

Room:

Room:
110.4
Room:

GREEN POLITICAL THOUGHT:


THE POLITICS OF
TRANSFORMATION
Marriott, Room 412
INTERROGATING THE
ANTHROPOCENE
Marriott, Room 411

46.4

Room:

PRESENT ENVIRONMENTAL
INEQUALITIES AND
TRANSFORMATIVE
POTENTIALITIES
Marriott, Meeting Room 502

Room:

84.7
Sun 10:00 am

Thu 8:00 am

Room:

Room:

SOCIAL TRANSFORMATIONS
AND THE CHANGING FACES OF
POWER
Marriott, Room 409

Room:

56.57

22.55

Sat 4:00 pm
Room:

97.6

Room:

SOCIAL TRANSFORMATIONS
AND THE CHANGING FACES OF
POWER
Marriott, Room 409

Page 198

Fri 2:00 pm

INTERPRETING POLITICAL
IDEAS, BELIEFS, AND
DISCOURSES
Marriott, Franklin 11

Fri 2:00 pm

ON THE ETHNOGRAPHIC
PROOF
Marriott, Franklin 13

Thu 2:00 pm

JAPAN POLITICAL STUDIES GROUP

Room:

JAPANS SECURITY
CHALLENGES IN A CHANGING
WORLD
Marriott, Room 412

Fri 10:00 am

LABOR PROJECT
109.49
Sat 4:00 pm

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

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COLORING THE FIELD:


EXAMINING POSITIONALITY IN
FIELD RESEARCH
Marriott, Room 414

Sat 12:00 pm

Co-sponsored by IPSA Research Committee #36 (Power)

198

Sat 10:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE


METHODS

46.5

Room:

TRANSFORMING GERMAN
POLITICS: NEW IMPULSES IN
THE NEW MILLENNIUM
Marriott, Room 411

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE


METHODS

IPSA RESEARCH COMMITTEE 1 (CONCEPTS


AND METHODS)
CONCEPTUALIZING
DIFFERENCE
Marriott, Room 414

Fri 10:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE


METHODS

Room:

Co-sponsored by IPSA Research Committee 1 (Concepts


and Methods)

89.6

INTELLIGENCE
ACCOUNTABILITY AT A
CROSSROADS
Marriott, Room 411

INTERPRETIVE METHODOLOGIES AND


METHODS

Fri 2:00 pm

IPSA RESEARCH COMMITTEE #36 (POWER)


97.6

Room:

57.5

IPSA RESEARCH COMMITTEE #12 (BIOLOGY


AND POLITICS)
NEW DIRECTIONS IN BIOLOGY
AND POLITICS
Marriott, Room 411

Thu 10:00 am

INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE


STUDY OF GERMAN POLITICS

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL


SCIENCE

57.4

HAMILTON: THE MUSICAL


Marriott, Room 412

Fri 4:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL


SCIENCE

11.50

Thu 2:00 pm

INTELLIGENCE STUDIES GROUP

GREEN POLITICS AND THEORY


61.4

INDIGENOUS POLITICS IN
NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICA
Marriott, Room 412

INSTITUTE FOR CONSTITUTIONAL STUDIES


18.3
Room:

Fri 2:00 pm

Thu 2:00 pm

INDIGENOUS STUDIES NETWORK


23.5

GLOBAL FORUM OF CHINESE POLITICAL


SCIENTISTS

CHANGE AND CONTINUITY IN


IBERIAN POLITICS
Marriott, Room 414

Room:

WHERE IS THE
COUNTERMOVEMENT? LABOR
MOBILIZATION IN AN ERA OF
PRECARIOUSNESS
Marriott, Meeting Room 502

Sun 10:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL


SCIENCE

77.6

Room:

WORKERS, CORPORATIONS,
AND POLICY: GLOBAL
PERSPECTIVES ON LABOR AND
CAPITAL
Marriott, Room 410

Sat 8:00 am

MCCONNELL CENTER FOR POLITICAL


LEADERSHIP
18.5

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL


SCIENCE

Room:

STATESMANSHIP AND
FRIENDSHIP IN AN AGE OF
TRANSFORMATION
Loews, Commonwealth A2

LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES ASSOCIATION

NATIONAL HUMANITIES INSTITUTE

61.5

52.5

Room:

INEQUALITY, CRIME, AND


VIOLENCE IN LATIN AMERICA
Marriott, Room 411

Fri 4:00 pm

Room:

THE HISTORICAL MIND:


REFLECTIONS ON THE
THINKING OF CLAES G. RYN
Marriott, Room 410

Thu 10:00 am

Fri 12:00 pm

LATINO CAUCUS IN POLITICAL SCIENCE


70.3

Fri 7:30 pm

POLITICA: STUDY OF MEDIEVAL POLITICAL


THOUGHT
52.6

Co-sponsored by APSA Panels and All Meetings and


Receptions
Co-sponsored by Asian Pacific American Caucus

18.4

Room:

LIVING LATINO IMMIGRATION:


KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES, AND
BELONGING
Marriott, Room 411

Room:
97.7

Room:

BUCKLEY V. VALEO AT 40: NEW


THINKING, NEW DIRECTIONS
ON CAMPAIGN FINANCE
Marriott, Room 414
REDISTRICTING AFTER
EVENWEL: THE PROSPECTS
FOR ONE PERSON, ONE VOTE
Marriott, Room 410

Room:

APSA STATUS COMMITTEE OF


LESBIANS, GAYS, BISEXUALS
AND TRANSGENDERS IN THE
PROFESSION, SEXUALITY AND
POLITICS SECTION, AND LGBT
CAUCUS RECEPTION
Marriott, Salon J

Room:

Room:

AFTER MARRIAGE EQUALITY:


WHAT IS NEXT FOR THE LGBT
MOVEMENT?
PCC, 203-A

Fri 12:00 pm

FORECASTING THE U.S.


PRESIDENTIAL AND
CONGRESSIONAL ELECTIONS
PCC, 204-C

Fri 12:00 pm

Co-sponsored by Theme Panel

77.7

Thu 8:00 am
Room:

METHODOLOGICAL
INNOVATIONS IN ELECTION
FORECASTING
Marriott, Room 412

Sat 8:00 am

POLITICAL STUDIES ASSOCIATION


83.2
Sat 4:00 pm
Room:

CONDITIONS OF AGONISTIC
POLITICS 2
PCC, 108-B

Sat 10:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY

11.41

Fri 7:30 pm
Room:

FEMINIST INSTITUTIONALISM
AT 10 YEARS: NEW
PERSPECTIVES ON
TRANSFORMATIVE CHANGE
Marriott, Franklin 7

Thu 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS
RESEARCH

Co-sponsored by APSA Panels and All Meetings and


Receptions

27.3

WHITHER ARISTOTLE?
MEDIEVAL ARISTOTELIANISMS
Marriott, Room 411

POLITICAL FORECASTING GROUP


49.1

LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL, AND


TRANSGENDER CAUCUS
70.2

Room:

Thu 10:00 am

LAW AND POLITICAL PROCESS STUDY


GROUP
12.3

POLICY STUDIES ORGANIZATION

POLITICAL STUDIES ASSOCIATION OF


IRELAND
18.6

Thu 4:00 pm
Room:

IRELAND AND THE 2016


ELECTION
Marriott, Room 414

Thu 10:00 am

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

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Room:

APSA STATUS OF ASIANPACIFIC AMERICANS IN THE


PROFESSION COMMITTEE AND
STATUS OF LATINOS Y LATINAS
IN THE PROFESSION
COMMITTEE RECEPTION
Marriott, Room 410

POVERTY, INEQUALITY, AND PUBLIC POLICY


CAUCUS

108.6

PRACTICING POLITICS
93.6

Room:

PUBLISHING CHALLENGES:
PRODUCING ACADEMICALLY
RIGOROUS PRACTICABLE
RESEARCH
Marriott, Room 410

Room:

SOCIETY FOR ROMANIAN STUDIES


84.8

PROJECT ON THE AMERICAN CONSTITUTION

Room:

FROHNEN'S AND CAREY'S


CONSTITUTIONAL MORALITY
AND RISE OF QUASI-LAW
Marriott, Room 411

Sun 8:00 am

Sat 2:00 pm

Room:
108.5

VISIONS OF CITIZENSHIP IN
PLATO AND THEIR ROLE IN
CONTEMPORARY
DEMOCRACIES
Marriott, Room 412

Sun 8:00 am

SOCIETY FOR ROMANIAN


STUDIES
Loews, Commonwealth A1

Sat 10:00 am

SOCIETY OF CATHOLIC SOCIAL SCIENTISTS


18.7
Room:

REVOLUTIONARY NATURAL
LAW
Marriott, Room 410

Thu 10:00 am

PUBLIUS: THE JOURNAL OF FEDERALISM

SOUTHEAST ASIAN POLITICS GROUP

51.35

23.6

Room:

INTERGOVERNMENTAL
POLITICS AND PERCEPTIONS
Marriott, Room 306

Fri 12:00 pm
Room:

Co-sponsored by Center for the Study of Federalism


Co-sponsored by DIVISION 28: FEDERALISM AND
INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS

27.4
Room:

MARTHA DERTHICK'S
FEDERALISM SCHOLARSHIP
Marriott, Room 411

Thu 4:00 pm

Room:

POLARIZATION AND
(DE)CENTRALIZATION
Marriott, Franklin 8

Room:

Fri 8:00 am

27.5

RUSSIAN POLITICS GROUP


WHITHER RUSSIA?
Marriott, Room 411

Room:
Sat 8:00 am

Room:

CHALLENGES FOR POLITICAL


LEADERS IN CENTRAL AND
EASTERN EUROPE:
CHALLENGES FOR POLITICAL
LEADERS IN CENTRAL AND
EASTERN EUROPE
Marriott, Room 414

35.2

Fri 8:00 am

Room:

Room:
89.7

Room:

200

DEMOCRATIC ARGUMENTS IN
THE PEDAGOGY OF PLATO'S
"REPUBLIC"
Marriott, Room 411
THE PROBLEM OF VIRTUE AND
THE LIMITS OF REASON IN
CLASSICAL POLITICAL
THOUGHT
Marriott, Room 410

71.1

Sat 2:00 pm
Room:

Page 200

APSA RECEPTION HONORING


WOMEN IN THE PROFESSION:
WOMEN & POL. SECTION,
WOMENS CAUCUS & COMM.
PCC, 201-C

Thu 8:30 pm

APSA RECEPTION HONORING


WOMEN OF COLOR IN THE
PROFESSION: WOMEN & POL.
SECTION, WOMENS CAUCUS &
COMM.
Marriott, Independence Ballroom

Fri 8:30 pm

Co-sponsored by APSA Panels and All Meetings and


Receptions
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS
RESEARCH

Sat 12:00 pm

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

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Thu 4:00 pm

Co-sponsored by APSA Panels and All Meetings and


Receptions
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS
RESEARCH

SOCIETY FOR GREEK POLITICAL THOUGHT


93.7

AMERICAN SECURITY
CHALLENGES IN AN AGE OF
POLARIZATION AND
POLITICAL DISTRUST
Marriott, Room 414

WOMEN'S CAUCUS FOR POLITICAL SCIENCE

SLOVENIAN POLITICAL SCIENCE


ASSOCIATION
41.6

Sun 10:00 am

WALTER BAGEHOT RESEARCH COUNCIL ON


NATIONAL SOVEREIGNTY

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 28: FEDERALISM AND


INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS

77.8
Room:

SELECTED ISSUES IN
SOUTHEAST ASIAN POLITICS
AND POLITICAL ECONOMY
PCC, 113-A

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 28: FEDERALISM AND


INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS

40.38

109.23

POLITICAL DIVERSITY IN
SOUTHEAST ASIA
Marriott, Room 411

12.4

Room:

THE TASK FORCE ON


POLITICAL SCIENCE IN THE
21ST C 5 YEARS LATER
Marriott, Room 411

Thu 8:00 am

APSA PANELS AND ALL MEETINGS


AND RECEPTIONS
29.1

Room:
34.1
Room:
70.1

Room:

Room:
6.1

Room:

112TH ANNUAL MEETING


OPENING RECEPTION
PCC, Grand Hall
2016 GESIS KLINGEMANN PRIZE
FOR THE BEST CSES
SCHOLARSHIP
PCC, 112-B
2017 DIVISION CHAIRS PROGRAM COMMITTEE
MEETING
Marriott, Liberty Ballroom
A POLITICAL PRIMER ON THE
PERIODIC STATE
CONSTITUTIONAL
CONVENTION REFERENDUM
PCC, 202-B

Thu 6:15 pm
Room:
101.1

Room:

Room:
28.1

APSA ALL-MEMBER BUSINESS


MEETING
PCC, 114

Room:

APSA ASIA COMMITTEE


PLANNING MEETING
PCC, 101-A

7.1
Room:

APSA AWARDS CEREMONY


Marriott, Liberty Ballroom

14.1

APSA COMMITTEE ON THE


STATUS OF ASIAN PACIFIC
AMERICANS BUSINESS
MEETING
Marriott, Room 308

Room:
35.1

Room:
87.1

Room:
50.1

Room:

APSA COMMITTEE ON THE


STATUS OF BLACKS AND
NCOBPS RECEPTION
Marriott, Franklin 9
APSA COMMITTEE ON THE
STATUS OF BLACKS IN THE
PROFESSION BUSINESS
MEETING
Marriott, Room 301
APSA COMMITTEE ON THE
STATUS OF FIRST GENERATION
HIGHER EDUCATION
SCHOLARS IN THE PROFESSION
BUSINESS MEETING
Marriott, Room 302

APSA CONGRESSIONAL
FELLOWS, ALUMNI, AND
FRIENDS HAPPY HOUR
Marriott, Circ Bar

Sat 7:00 am

Sat 6:30 pm

Thu 7:30 pm
102.1
Room:

APSA GRADUATE STUDENT


HAPPY HOUR
Marriott, Liberty Ballroom

Sat 6:30 pm

Fri 7:30 pm
10.1

Room:

APSA INTERNATIONAL
COMMITTEE BUSINESS
MEETING
Marriott, Room 302

Thu 8:00 am

Sat 7:00 am
72.3

Room:

APSA JOURNAL EDITORS


MEETING: APSA JOURNAL
EDITORS BREAKFAST MEETING
Marriott, Room 302

Sat 7:00 am

Wed 2:00 pm
28.2
Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 27: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW


AND JURISPRUDENCE

19.1

APSA COMMITTEE ON THE


STATUS OF WOMEN IN THE
PROFESSION BUSINESS
MEETING
Marriott, Room 301

35.2

Thu 12:00 pm
Room:

APSA MENTORING
NETWORKING RECEPTION
Marriott, Room 410
APSA RECEPTION HONORING
WOMEN IN THE PROFESSION:
WOMEN & POL. SECTION,
WOMENS CAUCUS & COMM.
PCC, 201-C

Thu 5:30 pm

Thu 8:30 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS


RESEARCH
Co-sponsored by Women's Caucus for Political Science

Thu 5:30 pm
71.1
Wed 6:30 pm

Thu 8:30 am
Room:

APSA RECEPTION HONORING


WOMEN OF COLOR IN THE
PROFESSION: WOMEN & POL.
SECTION, WOMENS CAUCUS &
COMM.
Marriott, Independence Ballroom

Fri 8:30 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS


RESEARCH
Co-sponsored by Women's Caucus for Political Science

98.1
Thu 8:30 pm
Room:
62.1
Sat 12:00 pm

Room:
70.2
Fri 12:00 pm

Room:

APSA STATUS COMMITTEE


CHAIRS MEETING
Marriott, Room 301
APSA STATUS COMMITTEE OF
LESBIANS, GAYS, BISEXUALS
AND TRANSGENDERS IN THE
PROFESSION BUSINESS
MEETING
Marriott, Room 308
APSA STATUS COMMITTEE OF
LESBIANS, GAYS, BISEXUALS
AND TRANSGENDERS IN THE
PROFESSION, SEXUALITY AND
POLITICS SECTION, AND LGBT
CAUCUS RECEPTION
Marriott, Salon J

Sat 5:30 pm

Fri 5:00 pm

Fri 7:30 pm

Co-sponsored by Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender


Caucus

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

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72.1

112TH APSA PRESIDENTIAL


ADDRESS: 112TH APSA
PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS: LEFT
PESSIMISM AND POLITICAL
SCIENCE
PCC, Ballroom AB

72.2

70.3

Room:

APSA STATUS OF ASIANPACIFIC AMERICANS IN THE


PROFESSION COMMITTEE AND
STATUS OF LATINOS Y LATINAS
IN THE PROFESSION
COMMITTEE RECEPTION
Marriott, Room 410

Fri 7:30 pm

Co-sponsored by Asian Pacific American Caucus


Co-sponsored by Latino Caucus in Political Science

25.1

Room:
91.1
Room:
63.1
Room:
50.2

APSA TASKFORCE REPORT ON


INEQUALITY AND AMERICAN
DEMOCRACY: AFTER A
DECADE
PCC, 201-B
APSA TECHNOLOGY TASK
FORCE MEETING
Marriott, Room 302
APSA/ASA AFRICA PLANNING
COMMITTEE MEETING
PCC, 101-A

Room:

APSR EDITORIAL BOARD


MEETING
Loews, Washington C

44.1
Room:

APSR MEET THE EDITORS


Marriott, Room 410

6.2

ABOLITIONIST POLITICS
AFTER FERGUSON: RACE,
PRISONS, POLICE, AND
THEORIZING WHITE
SUPREMACY
PCC, 104-B

Room:
95.1
Room:
36.1
Room:
6.3

Room:
44.2
Room:
33.2
Room:
101.2

Room:

202

AMERICA'S DIPLOMATS:
AMERICA'S DIPLOMATS FILM
PCC, 114
ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN
CAUCUS BUSINESS MEETING
Marriott, Room 302
ASSESSING POLITICAL
SCIENCE CIVIC ENGAGEMENT
AND PEDAGOGY INITIATIVES:
THE CONSORTIUM FOR INTERCAMPUS SOTL RESEARCH, THE
NATIONAL SURVEY OF
STUDENT LEADERS
PCC, 203-A
ASSOCIATION LEADERS
MEETING
PCC, 101-A
BYU POLITICAL AFFAIRS
SOCIETY RECEPTION
Marriott, Meeting Room 501
BOOK RECEPTION FOR
CONTESTED
TRANSFORMATION: RACE,
GENDER AND POLITICAL
LEADERSHIP IN 21ST CENTURY
AMERICA
Marriott, Room 308

Thu 4:00 pm

Page 202

Room:

BRITISH POLITICS GROUP


RECEPTION
Marriott, Room 307

64.1
Room:

CQ PRESS EVENT
Loews, Congress A

30.1

CANADIAN POLITICS SECTION


BUSINESS MEETING
Marriott, Room 304

Room:
2.1

Room:
3.1
Sat 2:00 pm

Fri 5:30 pm

Room:
101.3

Fri 12:00 pm

Room:
4.1

Fri 10:00 am

Wed 2:00 pm
Room:
70.4
Room:
Sat 4:00 pm

70.5

Room:
Fri 7:00 am

67.1
Room:

Wed 2:00 pm

70.6

Room:
8.1

Fri 10:00 am
Room:
6.4
Thu 7:30 pm
Room:
85.1
Sat 6:30 pm

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Room:
101.4

Room:

CAUSAL CASE STUDIES:


COMPARING, MATCHING, AND
TRACING (QMMR2)
PCC, 201-B
CHALLENGES OF ELECTORAL
INTEGRITY AND THE
CONSTRUCTION AND USE OF
EXPERT INDICATORS
Marriott, Franklin 2
CHRISTIANS IN POLITICAL
SCIENCE BUSINESS MEETING
PCC, 104-B

Thu 7:30 pm

Fri 5:30 pm

Thu 6:30 pm

Wed 9:00 am

Wed 9:00 am

Sat 6:30 pm

CITY POLITICS IN AN
Wed 1:00 pm
INCREASINGLY URBAN WORLD:
MAINSTREAMING THE LOCAL
IN SCHOLARSHIP AND POLICY
MAKING
Offsite, Drexel University MacAlister 2019-2020 (325060 Chestnut Street)
CLAREMONT INSTITUTE
RECEPTION
Loews, Commonwealth B
CLASS AND INEQUALITY
RECEPTION AND OUTREACH
EVENT
Marriott, Franklin 6
CLASS AND INEQUALITY
SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
Marriott, Room 407
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL
SCIENCE RECEPTION
PCC, 105-AB
COMMITTEE ON THE STATUS
OF LATINOS IN THE
PROFESSION BUSINESS
MEETING
Marriott, Room 301
COMMUNICATING SCIENCE IN
POLITICIZED ENVIRONMENTS
PCC, 108-A
COMMUNITY COLLEGE STATUS
COMMITTEE BUSINESS
MEETING
PCC, 101-A
COMPARATIVE
DEMOCRATIZATION SECTION
BUSINESS MEETING
Marriott, Room 309

Fri 7:30 pm

Fri 7:30 pm

Fri 6:30 pm

Fri 7:30 pm

Thu 7:00 am

Wed 2:00 pm

Sat 12:00 pm

Sat 6:30 pm

104.1

Room:
101.5
Room:
104.2
Room:
67.2

Room:
105.1

102.2
Room:
33.3

Room:
67.3
Room:
68.1

Room:
5.1

Room:
59.1

Room:
50.3
Room:
2.2
Room:
6.5
Room:

COMPARATIVE POLITICS
SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
Marriott, Meeting Room 501
COMPARATIVE POLITICS
SECTION RECEPTION
Marriott, Meeting Room 502
CONFERENCE GROUP ON
ITALIAN POLITICS AND
SOCIETY BUSINESS MEETING
Marriott, Room 413
CONFERENCE GROUP ON
TAIWAN STUDIES BUSINESS
MEETING
Marriott, Room 410
CONFERENCE GROUP ON
TAIWAN STUDIES RECEPTION
Marriott, Room 411
CONFERENCE FOR THE STUDY
OF POLITICAL THOUGHT
(CSPT) ANNUAL RECEPTION
Marriott, Salon J
CONFLICT PROCESSESS
BUSINESS MEETING
Marriott, Franklin 9

Sat 7:30 pm

Sat 6:30 pm
Room:
3.2
Sat 7:30 pm

Room:
Fri 6:30 pm

Room:
21.1
Sat 6:30 pm
Room:
2.3
Thu 7:30 pm

Room:
Fri 6:30 pm

DATABASE AND WEBSITE


Wed 1:30 pm
DEVELOPMENT FOR PUBLIC
POLICY: THE COMPARATIVE
POLICY AGENDAS PROJECT
Offsite, Temple University Center City Campus

DEPARTMENT CHAIRS
LUNCHEON
Loews, Congress C
DESIGNING MULTI-METHOD
RESEARCH (QMMR1)
PCC, 201-A
DESIGNING AND CONDUCTING
FIELD RESEARCH (QMMR5)
PCC, 201-B

3.3

Sat 8:00 pm

CORNELL UNIVERSITY
Fri 7:00 pm
DEPARTMENT OF
GOVERNMENT RECEPTION
Offsite, Pennsylvania 6 (114 S. 12 St. at Sansom St.)

DEFENDING DEMOCRACY:
HOW POLITICAL SCIENTISTS
ARE ENGAGING IN THE FIGHT
OVER VOTING RIGHTS (AND
WHY YOU AND YOUR DEPT.
SHOULD TOO), PRESENTED BY
THE SCHOLARS STRATEGY
NETWORK
Marriott, Franklin 3

73.1

Fri 4:00 pm

59.2

Room:
67.4
Room:
70.7
Room:

DISSERTATION WORKSHOP:
ADVANCES IN SCIENCE,
TECHNOLOGY, AND
ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY
PCC, 303-AB
DISSERTATION WORKSHOP: ON
THE INTERSECTION OF RACE,
ETHNICITY AND GENDER IN
AMERICAN POLITICAL
BEHAVIOR
PCC, 107-A
DIVERSITY RECRUITMENT AND
RETENTION ROUNDTABLE:
TRANSFORMATIVE CHANGE
PCC, 112-B
DOING POLITICAL SCIENCE IN
THE FIELD: FIELD RESEARCH,
ETHICS, ENGAGEMENT, AND
EMPLOYABILITY
PCC, 202-A
DONORS ANSWER CRITICS
PHILANTHROPIC INVESTMENT
AND POLITICAL CHANGE
Marriott, Salon I

Sat 7:30 am

Wed 9:00 am

Wed 9:00 am

Thu 2:00 pm

Wed 9:00 am

Fri 4:00 pm

DREXEL CENTER FOR PUBLIC


Fri 6:30 pm
POLICY BUSINESS MEETING
Offsite, Three Parkway Building (1601 Cherry Street,
6th Fl., Ste. 612)
DREXEL CENTER FOR PUBLIC
Fri 7:30 pm
POLICY RECEPTION
Offsite, Three Parkway Building (1601 Cherry Street,
6th Fl., Ste. 612)

3.4
Room:

EIP BREAKOUT 1
Marriott, Franklin 3

Wed 9:00 am

3.5
Room:

EIP BREAKOUT 2
Marriott, Franklin 4

Wed 9:00 am

101.6
Room:

EITM BUSINESS MEETING


Marriott, Room 408

66.1

EASTERN STATE PENITENTIARY


Fri 6:00 pm
HISTORIC SITE (ESP)
RECEPTION AND TOUR
Offsite, 2027 Fairmont Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19130

Fri 12:00 pm
Room:
67.5
Wed 9:00 am
Room:
Wed 2:00 pm

FEMALE WORKING GROUP ON


AFRICAN POLITICS (INVITE
ONLY): DISCUSSION ON SUBSAHARAN AFRICAN POLITICS
(INVITE ONLY)
PCC, 303-AB

70.8

Room:

ELECTIONS, PUBLIC
OPINION, & VOTING BEHAVIOR
SECTIONS BUSINESS MEETING
Marriott, Franklin 3
ELECTIONS, PUBLIC OPINION,
AND VOTING BEHAVIOR &
POLITICAL COMMUNICATIONS
SECTIONS JOINT RECEPTION
Marriott, Salon C

Sat 6:30 pm

Fri 6:30 pm

Fri 7:30 pm

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

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Room:

COMPARATIVE
DEMOCRATIZATION SECTION
RECEPTION
Marriott, Room 310

2.4

Room:
101.7
Room:
104.3
Room:
50.4

Room:
30.2
Room:
50.5

Room:
67.6
Room:
10.2

Room:
59.3

Room:
8.2
Room:
53.1
Room:
66.2

Room:
70.9
Room:
101.8

Room:
67.7
Room:

EMBRACING APPLIED POLITICS


IN THE CLASSROOM AND
CURRICULUM
PCC, 203-A
ERIC VOEGELIN SOCIETY
BUSINESS MEETING
Loews, Commonwealth C
ERIC VOEGELIN SOCIETY
RECEPTION
Loews, Tubman
EUROPEAN POLITICS AND
SOCIETY SECTION BUSINESS
MEETING
Loews, Congress A
EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH
SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
Marriott, Franklin 7
FEDERAL BUDGET PROCESS
REFORM: THE SOLUTION
STREAM MEETS THE
POLITICAL STREAM
PCC, 112-B
FEDERALISM AND IGR
SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
Marriott, Room 411
FIRST GENERATION SCHOLARS
IN THE PROFESSION
ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION
PCC, 202-A
FIRST YEAR(S) ON THE
FACULTY: ADVICE FOR EARLY
CAREER SUCCESS
PCC, 202-A
FIRST-TIME ATTENDEE
BREAKFAST
Marriott, Liberty Ballroom
FOREIGN POLICY SECTION
BUSINESS MEETING
Marriott, Room 408
FOUNDATIONS PLENARY
SPEAKER SESSION:
FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL
THEORY PLENARY SPEAKER
SESSION
PCC, 204-C
FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL
THEORY RECEPTION
Marriott, Liberty Ballroom
FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL
THEORY SECTION BUSINESS
MEETING
Marriott, Room 305
FRENCH POLITICS GROUP
BUSINESS MEETING
Marriott, Meeting Room 502

Wed 9:00 am

30.3

Room:
Sat 6:30 pm

70.10

Room:
75.1

Fri 12:00 pm
Room:
55.1

Page 204

Fri 7:30 pm

Room:

GENDER INEQUALITY IN THE


US: BEYOND POLITICAL
REPRESENTATION
Marriott, Franklin 9
GENDER, PARENTHOOD, AND
SUCCESS IN THE ACADEMY
PCC, 202-A

Sat 8:00 am

Fri 2:00 pm

Thu 6:30 pm
25.2

Fri 12:00 pm

Room:
55.2
Fri 6:30 pm
Room:
16.1
Thu 8:00 am
Room:
101.9
Room:

GET THE GRANT: FINDING


FUNDING, WRITING
PROPOSALS, AND ADVANCING
YOUR RESEARCH AT EVERY
CAREER STAGE
Marriott, Franklin 11
GET THE JOB: TIPS FOR THE
ACADEMIC JOB MARKET
Marriott, Franklin 13
GOVERNANCE REFORM
ROUNDTABLE
PCC, 113-C
HEALTH POLITICS & POLICY
SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
Loews, Commonwealth A1

Thu 4:00 pm

Fri 2:00 pm

Thu 10:00 am

Sat 6:30 pm

Fri 4:00 pm
104.4
Room:
Thu 7:00 am

95.2

Room:

HEALTH POLITICS AND POLICY


SECTION RECEPTION
Loews, Congress C
HOW TO THRIVE IN GRAD
SCHOOL: STRATEGIES AND
TIPS
PCC, 202-A

Sat 7:30 pm

Sat 4:00 pm

Fri 12:30 pm
44.3

Fri 6:00 pm
Room:
50.6
Room:
67.8
Fri 7:30 pm
Room:
67.12
Sat 6:30 pm
Room:
53.2
Fri 6:30 pm

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ADMINISTRATIVE SECTION
RECEPTION
Marriott, Franklin 10

Thu 6:30 pm

Sat 7:30 pm

Room:
70.11
Room:

204

FUTURE DIRECTIONS OF THE


AMERICAN NATIONAL
ELECTION STUDIES
PCC, 106-AB

HOW TO WRITE ABOUT YOUR


RESEARCH FOR THE MONKEY
CAGE
PCC, 202-A
HUMAN RIGHTS SECTION
BUSINESS MEETING
Marriott, Room 407
HUMAN RIGHTS SECTION
RECEPTION
Offsite, Caribou Cafe
IPSA RESEARCH COMMITTEE
#12 (BIOLOGY AND POLITICS)
BUSINESS MEETING
PCC, 111-A
IDEAS, KNOWLEDGE AND
POLITICS BUSINESS MEETING
Marriott, Room 308
IDEAS, KNOWLEDGE AND
POLITICS RECEPTION
Marriott, Room 310

Fri 10:00 am

Fri 12:00 pm

Fri 6:30 pm

Fri 6:30 pm

Fri 12:30 pm

Fri 7:30 pm

59.4

Room:
101.10
Room:
30.4
Room:
69.1

Room:
95.3

IN THE FIELD: POLITICAL


SCIENCE MEETING
Marriott, Room 409
INDIGENOUS STUDIES
NETWORK BUSINESS MEETING
PCC, 111-A
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
AND POLITICS SECTION
BUSINESS MEETING
Loews, Commonwealth C
INNOVATIVE TEACHING
METHODS IN POLITICAL
SCIENCE AND PUBLIC
ADMINISTRATION
Marriott, Franklin 2

Fri 4:00 pm

101.11
Room:
67.13

Sat 6:30 pm
Room:
87.3
Thu 6:30 pm
Room:
55.3
Fri 7:00 pm
Room:
87.4
Sat 4:00 pm
Room:
21.2

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 24: PUBLIC


ADMINISTRATION

32.1
Room:
50.7
Room:
33.4
Room:
67.9

Room:
67.10

Room:
70.12

Room:
67.11

Room:
30.5

Room:
87.2
Room:
70.13
Room:

INSTITUTE FOR HUMANE


STUDIES RECEPTION
Marriott, Room 413
INTEREST GROUPS &
ADVOCACY BUSINESS MEETING
Marriott, Room 406
INTERNATIONAL ATTENDEE
RECEPTION
Marriott, Independence Ballroom
INTERNATIONAL HISTORY AND
POLITICS SECTION BUSINESS
MEETING
Loews, Tubman
INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
AND ARMS CONTROL SECTION
BUSINESS MEETING
Marriott, Room 306
INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
AND ARMS CONTROL SECTION
RECEPTION
Marriott, Franklin 4
INTERPRETIVE
METHODOLOGIES AND
METHODS BUSINESS MEETING
Marriott, Room 304
ITALIAN POLITICAL SCIENCE
REVIEW, EDITORIAL BOARD
MEETING
Marriott, Room 302
ITHIEL DE SOLA POOL AWARD
AND LECTURESHIP
Loews, Commonwealth A2
JACK MILLER CENTER
RECEPTION
PCC, 103-C

Room:
Thu 7:00 pm

50.8

Fri 12:00 pm
Room:

JAPAN POLITICAL STUDIES


GROUP BUSINESS MEETING
Marriott, Room 303
JOHN GAUS AWARD AND
LECTURESHIP
Marriott, Franklin 11
JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE
POLITICS BUSINESS MEETING
Marriott, Room 413
JOURNAL OF CONFLICT
RESOLUTION EDITORIAL
BOARD MEETING
PCC, 101-A
JOURNAL OF POLITICAL
SCIENCE EDUCATION
EDITORIAL BOARD MEETING
Loews, Tubman
JOURNAL OF POLITICAL
SCIENCE EDUCATION MEET
THE EDITORS ROUNDTABLE
Marriott, Room 409
JOURNAL OF RACE, ETHNICITY
AND POLITICS BUSINESS
MEETING
PCC, 104-A

Sat 6:30 pm

Fri 6:30 pm

Sat 12:00 pm

Fri 2:00 pm

Sat 12:00 pm

Thu 2:00 pm

Fri 12:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND


POLITICS

Thu 7:30 pm

67.14

Room:

JOURNAL OF WOMEN,
POLITICS & POLICY
EDITORIAL BOARD MEETING
PCC, 303-AB

Fri 6:30 pm

Fri 6:30 pm
50.9
Room:
Fri 6:30 pm

30.6
Room:
67.15

Fri 7:30 pm
Room:
59.5
Fri 6:30 pm
Room:
67.16
Thu 6:30 pm

Room:
31.1

Sat 12:00 pm
Room:
Fri 7:30 pm

70.14
Room:

LGBT CAUCUS BUSINESS


MEETING
Marriott, Room 413
LABOR PROJECT BUSINESS
MEETING AND KEYNOTE
PCC, 105-AB
LATINO CAUCUS IN POLITICAL
SCIENCE BUSINESS MEETING
Marriott, Room 414
LATINO/A SCHOLARS
TRANSFORMING POLITICAL
SCIENCE
Marriott, Franklin 13
LAW & COURTS SECTION
BUSINESS MEETING
PCC, 204-B
LAW AND COURTS SECTION &
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW AND
JURISPRUDENCE SECTION
LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT
PANEL
PCC, 204-B
LAW AND COURTS SECTION
RECEPTION
PCC, 201-B

Fri 12:00 pm

Thu 6:30 pm

Fri 6:30 pm

Fri 4:00 pm

Fri 6:30 pm

Thu 6:30 pm

Fri 7:30 pm

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IN MEMORY OF DON
NAKANISHI: ASIAN AMERICAN
VOTING AND EMPOWERMENT
Marriott, Room 410

36.2

Room:
67.17
Room:
70.15
Room:
82.1
Room:
100.1
Room:
70.17

Room:
48.1
Room:
95.4

Room:
2.5

Room:
2.6

Room:
1.1

Room:
25.3

Room:
67.18
Room:
70.16
Room:
10.3

Room:

206

LEGISLATIVE STUDIES
QUARTERLY EDITORIAL
BOARD BREAKFAST MEETING
Marriott, Room 413
LEGISLATIVE STUDIES
SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
Marriott, Franklin 7
LEGISLATIVE STUDIES
SECTION RECEPTION
Marriott, Room 406
LIAISING WITH THE MEDIA:
TIPS AND TACTICS
PCC, 202-A
MENA WORKSHOPS ALUMNI
AND FRIENDS RECEPTION
Offsite, Offsite TBD
MIT DEPARTMENT OF
POLITICAL SCIENCE
RECEPTION
PCC, 107-A
MPSA EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
MEETING
Offsite, MPSA Offsite Location
MAKING CONNECTIONS: HOW
TO BUILD A PROFESSIONAL
NETWORK AND WHY YOU
NEED ONE
PCC, 110-AB
MANAGING AND SHARING
QUALITATIVE DATA AND
QUALITATIVE RESEARCH
TRANSPARENCY (QMMR3)
PCC, 201-C
MATHEMATICS AND
DEMOCRACY: DESIGNING
BETTER VOTING AND FAIRDIVISION PROCEDURES
PCC, 106-AB
MEETING OF COMPARATIVE
STUDY OF ELECTORAL
SYSTEMS (CSES) PROJECT
PCC, 204-C
MENTORING ROUNDTABLE:
MENTORING FOR SUCCESS AND
ADVANCEMENT
Loews, Commonwealth D
MIGRATION AND CITIZENSHIP
SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
Marriott, Franklin 1
MIGRATION AND CITIZENSHIP
SECTION RECEPTION
Offsite, Asian Arts Initiative
MINORITY STUDENT
RECRUITMENT PROGRAM
(MSRP) BEST PRACTICES
MEETING
Marriott, Room 301

Fri 7:00 am

Room:

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MOVING FORWARD ON
IMPROVING THE STATUS OF
COMMUNITY COLLEGES IN
THE PROFESSION
Marriott, Franklin 13

Fri 10:00 am

Fri 6:30 pm
39.1

Fri 7:30 pm
Room:
30.7
Sat 10:00 am
Room:
87.5
Sat 6:00 pm
Room:
100.2
Fri 7:30 pm
Room:
36.3

Fri 11:45 am
Room:
104.5
Sat 4:00 pm
Room:
2.7

Wed 9:00 am
Room:

NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF
BLACK POLITICAL SCIENTISTS
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MEETING
PCC, 101-A
NEW POLITICAL SCIENCE
BUSINESS MEETING
PCC, 111-B
NEW POLITICAL SCIENCE
EDITORIAL BOARD MEETING
Marriott, Room 302
NEW POLITICAL SCIENCE
INVITED LECTURE
Marriott, Franklin 1
NEW POLITICAL SCIENCE
PUBLICATIONS EXECUTIVE
COMMITTEE BUSINESS
MEETING
Marriott, Room 308
NEW POLITICAL SCIENCE
RECEPTION
Marriott, Franklin 2

Fri 8:00 am

Thu 6:30 pm

Sat 12:00 pm

Sat 6:00 pm

Fri 7:00 am

Sat 7:30 pm

OF CITIES AND GOVERNANCE:


Wed 9:00 am
NEW THEORETICAL
APPROACHES TO URBAN
GOVERNANCE
Offsite, Drexel University MacAlister 2019-2020 (325060 Chestnut Street)
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 30: URBAN AND LOCAL
POLITICS

Wed 9:00 am

36.4
Room:
87.9

Wed 8:00 am

ORGANIZED SECTION CHAIRS


BREAKFAST
Marriott, Liberty Ballroom

Room:

PRQ EDITORIAL BOARD


MEETING
Marriott, Room 308

33.5
Room:

PRQ RECEPTION
Marriott, Room 414

36.5
Room:

PS EDITORIAL BOARD
MEETING
Marriott, Room 301

87.6
Room:

PEARSON FOCUS GROUP


PCC, 303-AB

99.1
Room:

PEARSON RECEPTION
PCC, 303-AB

87.7

PERSPECTIVES ON POLITICS
EDITORIAL BOARD MEETING
Loews, Washington C

Thu 4:00 pm

Fri 7:00 am

Sat 12:00 pm

Thu 7:30 pm

Fri 7:00 am

Sat 12:00 pm

Fri 6:30 pm

Fri 7:30 pm

Room:
Thu 8:00 am

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

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44.4

65.1
Room:

PI SIGMA ALPHA BUSINESS


MEETING
Marriott, Franklin 8

Sat 5:30 pm

Sat 12:00 pm

Fri 6:00 pm

82.2

Room:
67.19
Room:
67.20
Room:
67.21
Room:
50.10

30.8
Room:

POLITICAL COMMUNICATION
BUSINESS MEETING
Marriott, Franklin 5
POLITICAL ECONOMY SECTION
BUSINESS MEETING
Marriott, Room 309
POLITICAL FORECASTING
GROUP BUSINESS MEETING
Marriott, Room 305
POLITICAL METHODOLOGY
SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
PCC, 112-A
POLITICAL NETWORKS
SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
Marriott, Room 305

Sat 10:00 am

59.6
Room:
67.24

Fri 6:30 pm

Fri 12:00 pm

Thu 6:30 pm

Room:
72.4
Room:

POLITY BUSINESS MEETING


Marriott, Room 413

Sat 7:00 am

75.2
Room:

POVERTY, POLICE, AND RACE


PCC, 107-A

Sat 8:00 am

87.8
Room:

PRESIDENCY AND EXECUTIVE


POLITICS BUSINESS MEETING
Loews, Commonwealth A1

6.6
Room:

PROCESS TRACING (QMMR 4)


PCC, 201-A

3.6

PROTEAN AND CONTROL


POWER IN INTERACTION
PCC, 111-A

Room:
34.2
Room:

POLITICAL NETWORKS
SECTION RECEPTION
Offsite, Vintage Wine Bar & Bistro

Thu 7:30 pm

50.11
Room:

69.2

Room:

POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS
AND PARTIES SECTION
BUSINESS MEETING
PCC, 112-A

Fri 7:00 pm

50.12

Room:
30.9

Room:

POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS
AND PARTIES SECTION
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MEETING
PCC, 107-A

Thu 6:30 pm

30.11

Room:
30.10
Room:
67.22

Room:
47.1
Room:
70.18

Room:
70.19

Room:
67.23
Room:

POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY
BUSINESS MEETING
Marriott, Room 309
POLITICAL SCIENCE
EDUCATION SECTION BUSINESS
MEETING
Loews, Commonwealth A2
POLITICS & GENDER JOURNAL
EDITORIAL BOARD MEETING
Loews, Tubman
POLITICS AND ART IN
PHILADELPHIA - A RECEPTION
SPONSORED BY THE SITING
AND ENGAGEMENT
COMMITTEE AND ORGANIZED
SECTION ON POLITICS,
LITERATURE, AND FILM
Loews, Washington C
POLITICS AND HISTORY
SECTION & INTERNATIONAL
HISTORY AND POLITICS
SECTION JOINT RECEPTION
Loews, Washington A
POLITICS AND HISTORY
SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
Loews, Commonwealth A1

Thu 6:30 pm

Fri 6:30 pm

30.12

Room:
33.6

Fri 10:30 am

Room:
91.2

Fri 7:30 pm

Room:
101.12

Room:
104.6

Fri 7:30 pm
Room:
39.2

Room:
Fri 6:30 pm

Fri 4:00 pm

POLITICS, LITERATURE AND


FILM SECTION BUSINESS
MEETING
Marriott, Room 408

Fri 6:30 pm

Fri 6:30 pm

POLITICS, ART, AND


COMMUNITY
Marriott, Salon D

16.2

Room:

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
Marriott, Franklin 11
PUBLIC POLICY SECTION
BUSINESS MEETING AND
AWARD CEREMONY
PCC, 202-A
PUBLIUS: THE JOURNAL OF
FEDERALISM EDITORIAL
BOARD MEETING
Marriott, Room 306
QUALITATIVE AND MULTIMETHOD RESEARCH SECTION
BUSINESS MEETING
Loews, Commonwealth D
QUALITATIVE AND MULTIMETHOD RESEARCH SECTION
RECEPTION
Marriott, Salon KL
RBSI 30TH ANNIVERSARY
ROUNDTABLE
PCC, 202-A
RACE, ETHNICITY, AND
POLITICS SECTION BUSINESS
MEETING
Loews, Washington C
RALPH BUNCHE SUMMER
INSTITUTE (RBSI) 30TH
ANNIVERSARY RECEPTION
Marriott, Independence Ballroom
RALPH BUNCHE SUMMER
INSTITUTE (RBSI) ADVISORY
COMMITTEE MEETING
Marriott, Room 302
RALPH BUNCHE SUMMER
INSTITUTE (RBSI)
ORIENTATION MEETING
Marriott, Room 301

Fri 6:30 pm

Sat 12:00 pm

Wed 2:00 pm

Wed 9:00 am

Fri 12:00 pm

Fri 12:00 pm

Thu 6:30 pm

Thu 6:30 pm

Thu 7:30 pm

Sat 2:00 pm

Sat 6:30 pm

Sat 7:30 pm

Fri 8:00 am

Thu 10:00 am

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

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Related Group Panels

Room:

POLICY STUDIES, WICKED


PROBLEMS AND POLICY
CHANGE?
Marriott, Meeting Room 501

70.20
Room:

RECEPTION HONORING
TEACHING
Loews, Congress C

87.10
Room:

RELATED GROUP MEETING


Loews, Congress C

30.13

RELIGION AND POLITICS


SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
PCC, 104-A

Room:
33.7
Room:
101.13

Room:
3.7

Room:
3.8
Room:
67.25
Room:
37.1
Room:
87.11

Room:
6.7

Room:
67.26
Room:
2.8
Room:
87.12

Room:
30.14
Room:
70.21
Room:

RELIGION AND POLITICS


SECTION RECEPTION
PCC, 104-B
REPRESENTATION AND
ELECTORAL SYSTEMS SECTION
BUSINESS MEETING AND
AWARDS CEREMONY
Loews, Commonwealth A2
RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT
GROUP: EMERGING RESEARCH
FROM MENA WORKSHOPS
ALUMNI
PCC, 102-A
RESEARCHING THE C-SPAN
VIDEO LIBRARY
PCC, 104-A
RUSSIAN POLITICS GROUP
BUSINESS MEETING
Marriott, Room 412
SWPSA EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
MEETING
PCC, 303-AB
SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND
ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS
SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
Marriott, Room 310
SET-THEORETIC MULTIMETHOD RESEARCH:
COMBINING QCA AND PROCESS
TRACING (QMMR6)
PCC, 201-C
SEXUALITY AND POLITICS
SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
Marriott, Room 308
SIMULATIONS AND GAMES FOR
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
PCC, 204-B
SITING AND ENGAGEMENT
COMMITTEE BUSINESS
MEETING
Offsite, Offsite TBD
SOUTHEAST ASIAN POLITICS
OPEN MEETING
Marriott, Room 301
STANFORD POLITICAL SCIENCE
DEPARTMENT RECEPTION
PCC, 104-A

Fri 7:30 pm

30.15
Room:

Sat 12:00 pm

33.8
Room:
106.1

Thu 7:30 pm
Room:
70.22
Sat 6:30 pm
Room:
21.3

Wed 9:00 am

Room:
8.3

Fri 6:30 pm

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TEACHING CIVIC
ENGAGEMENT ROUNDTABLE:
TEACHING CIVIC
ENGAGEMENT ACROSS THE
DISCIPLINES IN THE TWENTYFIRST CENTURY
Loews, Commonwealth D

70.23
Room:

TEXAS RECEPTION
PCC, 103-A

91.3

THE 114TH CONGRESS:


OBSERVATIONS FROM THE
2015-16 APSA CONGRESSIONAL
FELLOWS
Loews, Commonwealth A2

Room:
87.13

Wed 2:00 pm

SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
POLITICAL SCIENCE
DEPARTMENT RECEPTION
PCC, 108-A

Room:

Fri 7:00 am

Sat 12:00 pm

STRUCTURES OF POLITICAL
SCIENCE REVOLUTIONS: DA-RT
AND AUDIT CULTURES
Loews, Commonwealth A2

TEACHING AND LEARNING


COMMITTEE BUSINESS
MEETING
Marriott, Room 308

Wed 9:00 am

Thu 7:30 pm

Room:

THE APSA PRACADEMIC


FELLOWSHIP: EXPERIENCE
FROM THE FIRST YEAR
PCC, 113-A

Sun 8:00 am

Fri 7:30 pm

Thu 2:00 pm

Thu 7:00 am

Fri 7:30 pm

Sat 2:00 pm

Sat 12:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 24: PUBLIC


ADMINISTRATION
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY

30.16
Fri 6:30 pm
Room:
33.9
Wed 9:00 am

Sat 12:00 pm
Room:
50.13
Room:
Thu 6:30 pm

80.1

Fri 7:30 pm

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

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STATE POLITICS AND POLICY


SECTION RECEPTION
Loews, Congress A

Thu 6:30 pm

Thu 6:30 pm

Room:

208

STATE POLITICS AND POLICY


SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
Loews, Commonwealth A2

THE AFRICAN POLITICS


CONFERENCE GROUP BUSINESS
MEETING
Loews, Commonwealth A1
THE CHURCHILL CENTRE
ANNUAL BLACK TIE ACADEMIC
DINNER, HONORING MICHAEL
BARONE
Offsite, Union League of Philadelphia
THE FUTURE OF
TRANSGENDER RIGHTS
Marriott, Franklin 13
THE FUTURE OF U.S. HIGHER
EDUCATION AND THE FUTURE
OF AMERICAN POLITICAL
SCIENCE AS A MODE OF
SCHOLARSHIP, TEACHING, AND
WORKING
PCC, 104-B

Thu 6:30 pm

Thu 7:30 pm

Fri 12:00 pm

Sat 9:30 am

103.1

Room:
70.24

THE INTERNATIONAL
ORGANIZATION FOUNDATION
BOARD OF EDITORS ANNUAL
MEETING
Marriott, Salon A

Room:

THE JOURNAL OF POLITICS


RECEPTION
PCC, 110-AB

50.14
Room:

THE METHODS CAFE


Marriott, Liberty Ballroom

6.8

THE METHODS STUDIO:


WORKSHOPTEXTUAL
ANALYSIS AND CRITICAL
SEMIOTICSAND CRIT
PCC, 108-B

Room:

Room:
33.10

Room:
104.7

Room:
59.7

Room:
44.5

Room:
70.25
Room:
70.28

Room:
2.9

Room:
70.26
Room:
102.3

Room:

THE PARTISAN DIVIDE AND


THE 2016 ELECTION
Loews, Commonwealth A2
THE REVIEW OF POLITICS,
UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME
RECEPTION
Loews, Congress B
THE WILF FAMILY
DEPARTMENT OF POLITICS
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
RECEPTION
Loews, Commonwealth D
THINKING OUTSIDE THE BOX:
NON-ACADEMIC JOBS
ROUNDTABLE
Marriott, Room 302
TO HELL AND BACK: BLACK
POLITICAL SCIENTISTS,
DISPOSSESSION, DISABILITY,
AND THE QUOTIDIAN
VIOLENCE OF ACADEMIC LIFE
PCC, 112-A
UCLA POLITICAL SCIENCE
DEPARTMENT RECEPTION
PCC, 106-AB
UW-MADISON POLITICAL
SCIENCE DEPARTMENT
RECEPTION
PCC, 104-B
UNDERSTANDING
COMPLEXITY: A SIMPLE GUIDE
TO USING & DEVELOPING
ABM'S & NETWORKS FOR
RESEARCH
PCC, 202-B
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA,
BERKELEY RECEPTION
Marriott, Salon I
UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL
SCIENCE RECEPTION
Loews, Congress B

33.11

Room:
102.4
Fri 7:30 pm
Room:
Fri 12:00 pm

71.2

Wed 2:00 pm
Room:
6.9
Room:

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL
SCIENCE RECEPTION
Marriott, Meeting Room 502
UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER
DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL
SCIENCE RECEPTION
Loews, Congress A
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL
SCIENCE RECEPTION, HOSTED
BY LOUIS PAULY, CHAIR
PCC, 102-A
UNLOCKING SUCCESS WITH
FAILURE
PCC, 203-B

Thu 7:30 pm

Sat 6:30 pm

Fri 8:30 pm

Wed 2:00 pm

Fri 12:00 pm
67.27
Room:
Thu 7:30 pm
70.27
Room:
Sat 7:30 pm

URBAN & LOCAL POLITICS


Fri 6:30 pm
SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
Offsite, Drexel University Stiles Hall Multipurpose
Room (325 N. 15th St.)
URBAN & LOCAL POLITICS
Fri 7:30 pm
SECTION RECEPTION
Offsite, Drexel University Stiles Hall Multipurpose
Room (325 N. 15th St.)

50.16
Room:

W.W. NORTON FOCUS GROUP


Marriott, Room 301

30.17

WESTERN POLITICAL SCIENCE


ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE
COUNCIL MEETING
Marriott, Room 308

Fri 4:00 pm
Room:
95.5
Fri 10:00 am

Room:
50.17
Fri 7:30 pm
Room:
67.28
Fri 7:30 pm
Room:
101.14
Wed 9:00 am
Room:
82.3

Fri 7:30 pm
Room:
95.6
Sat 6:30 pm

Room:

WHO PUBLISHES, WHO


PERISHES? CHALLENGES IN
RESEARCH WITH VULNERABLE
POPULATIONS
Loews, Commonwealth C
WHY RECONSTRUCTION
MATTERS TO POLITICAL
SCIENCE
PCC, 103-B
WOMEN AND POLITICS
RESEARCH SECTION BUSINESS
MEETING
Marriott, Franklin 13
WOMEN'S CAUCUS FOR
POLITICAL SCIENCE BUSINESS
MEETING
Marriott, Room 306
WORKING GROUP:
CONSOLIDATING DATABASES
ON POLITICAL ELITES IN
CHINA AND RUSSIA
Marriott, Room 301
WORKING GROUP: ELECTION
SCIENCES, ELECTION LAW, AND
ELECTION ADMINISTRATION:
CHARTING A RESEARCH
AGENDA
Loews, Tubman

Fri 12:00 pm

Thu 6:30 pm

Sat 4:00 pm

Fri 12:00 pm

Fri 6:30 pm

Sat 6:30 pm

Sat 10:00 am

Sat 4:00 pm

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

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50.15

Sat 6:30 pm

21.4

Room:
95.7

Room:
82.4

Room:
25.4

Room:
91.4
Room:
104.8
Room:
6.10
Room:
2.10

Room:

210

WORKING GROUP:
HISTORICAL: WORKING
GROUP: HISTORICAL
POLITICAL ECONOMY
Marriott, Room 301
WORKING GROUP:
INTERSECTIONALITY AND
PEDAGOGY
Marriott, Room 413
WORKING GROUP:
PHILANTHROPY, POLICY, AND
POWER
PCC, 101-A
WORKING GROUP:
PRACTICING POLITICS:
POLITICAL SCIENTISTS IN
GOVERNMENT, POLICY
CENTERS, AND OTHER POLICYRELATED ORGANIZATIONS
Marriott, Room 301
WORKING GROUP: SOCIAL
POLICY IN NON-DEMOCRACIES
Marriott, Room 301
YALE UNIVERSITY, POLITICAL
SCIENCE RECEPTION
Marriott, Room 407
YOU HAVE A JOB OFFER: GET
THE MOST OUT OF IT
PCC, 204-B
WHAT? I HAVE TO LEAD A
PROGRAM ASSESSMENT?!?
LEADING YOUR DEPARTMENT
OR PROGRAM ASSESSMENT
PROCESS FOR REGIONAL
ACCREDITATION
PCC, 203-B

Thu 2:00 pm

Sat 4:00 pm

Sat 10:00 am

Thu 4:00 pm

Sat 2:00 pm

Sat 7:30 pm

Wed 2:00 pm

Wed 9:00 am

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

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MEETINGS AND RECEPTIONS


BUSINESS MEETINGS:
Many groups hold meetings and receptions at the APSA Annual Meeting, and most are open to all members. Business meetings are general
member meetings that are open to all Association members unless the title clearly indicates that the meeting is for a specific group (e.g. editorial board).
APSA Organized Section: All attendees regardless of membership in a section are invited to attend section business meetings and to learn more
about the work of sections.
Related Group: Independent professional groups with persistent organizational structure and minimum membership can organize a business meeting.
APSA Committee Meetings: Generally working meetings of committees are considered closed to attendees. Attendees should first consult with a
committee chair about the possibility of attending.
RECEPTIONS:
All receptions are open to all APSA members unless the title clearly indicates otherwise (e.g. editorial board reception).

APSA MEETINGS AND RECEPTIONS (ALPHA)


APSA Meetings and Receptions by Alpha
Thu 7:30 pm
Fri 7:30 pm
Sat 7:00 am
Thu 12:00 pm
Thu 5:30 pm
Wed 6:30 pm
Thu 8:30 am

Thu 8:30 pm
Sat 12:00 pm

Fri 12:00 pm

Sat 7:00 am

Sat 6:30 pm
Sat 6:30 pm
Thu 8:00 am
Sat 7:00 am
Thu 5:30 pm
Thu 8:30 pm

Fri 8:30 pm

Sat 5:30 pm
Fri 5:00 pm

Fri 7:30 pm

Fri 7:30 pm

Sat 2:00 pm
Fri 5:30 pm
Fri 12:00 pm
Fri 7:00 am
Fri 10:00 am
Thu 7:30 pm
Sat 6:30 pm

Thu 7:30 pm
Fri 5:30 pm
Thu 6:30 pm
Sat 6:30 pm
Fri 7:30 pm
Fri 7:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 7:30 pm
Thu 7:00 am

Sat 12:00 pm
Sat 6:30 pm
Sat 7:30 pm
Sat 6:30 pm

MEETINGS AND RECEPTIONS

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112th Annual Meeting Opening Reception


(PCC, Grand Hall)
2016 GESIS Klingemann Prize for the Best
CSES Scholarship (PCC, 112-B)
2017 Division Chairs - Program Committee
Meeting (Marriott, Liberty Ballroom)
APSA All-Member Business Meeting (PCC,
114)
APSA Asia Committee Planning Meeting (PCC,
101-A)
APSA Awards Ceremony (Marriott, Liberty
Ballroom)
APSA Committee on the Status of Asian Pacific
Americans Business Meeting (Marriott, Room
308)
APSA Committee on the Status of Blacks and
NCOBPS Reception (Marriott, Franklin 9)
APSA Committee on the Status of Blacks in the
Profession Business Meeting (Marriott, Room
301)
APSA Committee on the Status of First
Generation Higher Education Scholars in the
Profession Business Meeting (Marriott, Room
302)
APSA Committee on the Status of Women in
the Profession Business Meeting (Marriott,
Room 301)
APSA Congressional Fellows, Alumni, and
Friends Happy Hour (Marriott, Circ Bar)
APSA Graduate Student Happy Hour (Marriott,
Liberty Ballroom)
APSA International Committee Business
Meeting (Marriott, Room 302)
APSA Journal Editors Meeting (Marriott, Room
302)
APSA Mentoring Networking Reception
(Marriott, Room 410)
APSA Reception Honoring Women in the
Profession: Women & Pol. Section, Womens
Caucus & Comm. (PCC, 201-C)
APSA Reception Honoring Women of Color in
the Profession: Women & Pol. Section,
Womens Caucus & Comm. (Marriott,
Independence Ballroom)
APSA Status Committee Chairs Meeting
(Marriott, Room 301)
APSA Status Committee of Lesbians, Gays,

Bisexuals and Transgenders in the Profession


Business Meeting (Marriott, Room 308)
APSA Status Committee of Lesbians, Gays,
Bisexuals and Transgenders in the Profession,
Sexuality and Politics Section, and LGBT
Caucus Reception (Marriott, Salon J)
APSA Status of Asian-Pacific Americans in the
Profession Committee and Status of Latinos y
Latinas in the Profession Committee Reception
(Marriott, Room 410)
APSA Technology Task Force Meeting
(Marriott, Room 302)
APSA/ASA Africa Planning Committee Meeting
(PCC, 101-A)
APSR Editorial Board Meeting (Loews,
Washington C)
Asian Pacific American Caucus Business
Meeting (Marriott, Room 302)
Association Leaders Meeting (PCC, 101-A)
BYU Political Affairs Society Reception
(Marriott, Meeting Room 501)
Book Reception for Contested Transformation:
Race, Gender and Political Leadership in 21st
Century America (Marriott, Room 308)
British Politics Group Reception (Marriott,
Room 307)
CQ Press Event (Loews, Congress A)
Canadian Politics Section Business Meeting
(Marriott, Room 304)
Christians in Political Science Business Meeting
(PCC, 104-B)
Claremont Institute Reception (Loews,
Commonwealth B)
Class and Inequality Reception and Outreach
Event (Marriott, Franklin 6)
Class and Inequality Section Business Meeting
(Marriott, Room 407)
Columbia University Department of Political
Science Reception (PCC, 105-AB)
Committee on the Status of Latinos in the
Profession Business Meeting (Marriott, Room
301)
Community College Status Committee Business
Meeting (PCC, 101-A)
Comparative Democratization Section Business
Meeting (Marriott, Room 309)
Comparative Democratization Section Reception
(Marriott, Room 310)
Comparative Politics Section Business Meeting

(Marriott, Meeting Room 501)


Comparative Politics Section Reception
(Marriott, Meeting Room 502)
Conference Group on Italian Politics and
Society Business Meeting (Marriott, Room 413)
Conference Group on Taiwan Studies Business
Meeting (Marriott, Room 410)
Conference Group on Taiwan Studies Reception
(Marriott, Room 411)
Conference for the Study of Political Thought
(CSPT) Annual Reception (Marriott, Salon J)
Conflict Processess Business Meeting (Marriott,
Franklin 9)
Cornell University Department of Government
Reception (Offsite, Pennsylvania 6 (114 S. 12
St. at Sansom St.))
Department Chairs Luncheon (Loews, Congress
C)
Drexel Center for Public Policy Business
Meeting (Offsite, Three Parkway Building (1601
Cherry Street, 6th Fl., Ste. 612))
Drexel Center for Public Policy Reception
(Offsite, Three Parkway Building (1601 Cherry
Street, 6th Fl., Ste. 612))
EITM Business Meeting (Marriott, Room 408)
Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site (ESP)
Reception and Tour (Offsite, 2027 Fairmont
Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19130)
Elections, Public Opinion, & Voting Behavior
Sections Business Meeting (Marriott, Franklin 3)
Elections, Public Opinion, and Voting
Behavior & Political Communications Sections
Joint Reception (Marriott, Salon C)
Eric Voegelin Society Business Meeting
(Loews, Commonwealth C)
Eric Voegelin Society Reception (Loews,
Tubman)
European Politics and Society Section Business
Meeting (Loews, Congress A)
Experimental Research Section Business
Meeting (Marriott, Franklin 7)
Federalism and IGR Section Business Meeting
(Marriott, Room 411)
Female Working Group on African Politics
(invite only) (PCC, 303-AB)
First-Time Attendee Breakfast (Marriott, Liberty
Ballroom)
Foreign Policy Section Business Meeting
(Marriott, Room 408)
Foundations Plenary Speaker Session (PCC,
204-C)
Foundations of Political Theory Reception
(Marriott, Liberty Ballroom)
Foundations of Political Theory Section
Business Meeting (Marriott, Room 305)
French Politics Group Business Meeting
(Marriott, Meeting Room 502)
Future Directions of the American National
Election Studies (PCC, 106-AB)
Gaus Reception - Public Administrative Section
Reception (Marriott, Franklin 10)
Health Politics & Policy Section Business

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Fri 6:30 pm
Sat 8:00 pm
Sat 6:30 pm
Thu 7:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 7:00 pm

Fri 12:00 pm
Fri 6:30 pm

Fri 7:30 pm

Sat 6:30 pm
Fri 6:00 pm

Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 7:30 pm

Sat 6:30 pm
Sat 7:30 pm
Fri 12:00 pm
Thu 6:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Sat 7:30 am
Thu 7:00 am
Fri 12:30 pm
Fri 6:00 pm
Fri 7:30 pm
Sat 6:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Thu 6:30 pm
Fri 7:30 pm
Sat 6:30 pm

Meeting (Loews, Commonwealth A1)


Health Politics and Policy Section Reception
(Loews, Congress C)
Human Rights Section Business Meeting
(Marriott, Room 407)
Human Rights Section Reception (Offsite,
Caribou Cafe)
IPSA Research Committee #12 (Biology and
Politics) Business Meeting (PCC, 111-A)
Ideas, Knowledge and Politics Business Meeting
(Marriott, Room 308)
Ideas, Knowledge and Politics Reception
(Marriott, Room 310)
In The Field: Political Science Meeting
(Marriott, Room 409)
Indigenous Studies Network Business Meeting
(PCC, 111-A)
Information Technology and Politics Section
Business Meeting (Loews, Commonwealth C)
Institute for Humane Studies Reception
(Marriott, Room 413)
Interest Groups & Advocacy Business Meeting
(Marriott, Room 406)
International Attendee Reception (Marriott,
Independence Ballroom)
International History and Politics Section
Business Meeting (Loews, Tubman)
International Security and Arms Control Section
Business Meeting (Marriott, Room 306)
International Security and Arms Control Section
Reception (Marriott, Franklin 4)
Interpretive Methodologies and Methods
Business Meeting (Marriott, Room 304)
Italian Political Science Review, Editorial Board
Meeting (Marriott, Room 302)
Ithiel de Sola Pool Award and Lectureship
(Loews, Commonwealth A2)
Jack Miller Center Reception (PCC, 103-C)
Japan Political Studies Group Business Meeting
(Marriott, Room 303)
John Gaus Award and Lectureship (Marriott,
Franklin 11)
Journal of Comparative Politics Business
Meeting (Marriott, Room 413)
Journal of Conflict Resolution Editorial Board
Meeting (PCC, 101-A)
Journal of Political Science Education Editorial
Board Meeting (Loews, Tubman)
Journal of Race, Ethnicity and Politics Business
Meeting (PCC, 104-A)
Journal of Women, Politics & Policy Editorial
Board Meeting (PCC, 303-AB)
LGBT Caucus Business Meeting (Marriott,
Room 413)
Labor Project Business Meeting and Keynote
(PCC, 105-AB)
Latino Caucus in Political Science Business
Meeting (Marriott, Room 414)
Law & Courts Section Business Meeting (PCC,
204-B)
Law and Courts Section & Constitutional Law
and Jurisprudence Section Lifetime Achievement

Sat 7:30 pm
Fri 12:00 pm
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Fri 12:30 pm
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Political Organizations and Parties Section


Business Meeting (PCC, 112-A)
Political Organizations and Parties Section
Executive Council Meeting (PCC, 107-A)
Political Psychology Business Meeting
(Marriott, Room 309)
Political Science Education Section Business
Meeting (Loews, Commonwealth A2)
Politics & Gender Journal Editorial Board
Meeting (Loews, Tubman)
Politics and Art in Philadelphia - A Reception
Sponsored by the Siting and Engagement
Committee and Organized Section on Politics,
Literature, and Film (Loews, Washington C)
Politics and History Section & International
History and Politics Section Joint Reception
(Loews, Washington A)
Politics and History Section Business Meeting
(Loews, Commonwealth A1)
Politics, Literature and Film Section Business
Meeting (Marriott, Room 408)
Polity Business Meeting (Marriott, Room 413)
Presidency and Executive Politics Business
Meeting (Loews, Commonwealth A1)
Public Administration Section Business Meeting
(Marriott, Franklin 11)
Public Policy Section Business Meeting and
Award Ceremony (PCC, 202-A)
Publius: The Journal of Federalism Editorial
Board Meeting (Marriott, Room 306)
Qualitative and Multi-Method Research Section
Business Meeting (Loews, Commonwealth D)
Qualitative and Multi-Method Research Section
Reception (Marriott, Salon KL)
Race, Ethnicity, and Politics Section Business
Meeting (Loews, Washington C)
Ralph Bunche Summer Institute (RBSI) 30th
Anniversary Reception (Marriott, Independence
Ballroom)
Ralph Bunche Summer Institute (RBSI)
Advisory Committee Meeting (Marriott, Room
302)
Ralph Bunche Summer Institute (RBSI)
Orientation Meeting (Marriott, Room 301)
Reception Honoring Teaching (Loews, Congress
C)
Related Group Meeting (Loews, Congress C)
Religion and Politics Section Business Meeting
(PCC, 104-A)
Religion and Politics Section Reception (PCC,
104-B)
Representation and Electoral Systems Section
Business Meeting and Awards Ceremony
(Loews, Commonwealth A2)
Russian Politics Group Business Meeting
(Marriott, Room 412)
SWPSA Executive Council Meeting (PCC, 303AB)
Science, Technology and Environmental Politics
Section Business Meeting (Marriott, Room 310)
Sexuality and Politics Section Business Meeting
(Marriott, Room 308)

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Panel (PCC, 204-B)


Law and Courts Section Reception (PCC, 201B)
Legislative Studies Quarterly Editorial Board
Breakfast Meeting (Marriott, Room 413)
Legislative Studies Section Business Meeting
(Marriott, Franklin 7)
Legislative Studies Section Reception (Marriott,
Room 406)
MENA Workshops Alumni and Friends
Reception (Offsite, Offsite TBD)
MIT Department of Political Science Reception
(PCC, 107-A)
MPSA Executive Council Meeting (Offsite,
MPSA Offsite Location)
Meeting of Comparative Study of Electoral
Systems (CSES) Project (PCC, 204-C)
Migration and Citizenship Section Business
Meeting (Marriott, Franklin 1)
Migration and Citizenship Section Reception
(Offsite, Asian Arts Initiative)
Minority Student Recruitment Program (MSRP)
Best Practices Meeting (Marriott, Room 301)
National Conference of Black Political Scientists
Executive Council Meeting (PCC, 101-A)
New Political Science Business Meeting (PCC,
111-B)
New Political Science Editorial Board Meeting
(Marriott, Room 302)
New Political Science Invited Lecture (Marriott,
Franklin 1)
New Political Science Publications Executive
Committee Business Meeting (Marriott, Room
308)
New Political Science Reception (Marriott,
Franklin 2)
Organized Section Chairs Breakfast (Marriott,
Liberty Ballroom)
PRQ Editorial Board Meeting (Marriott, Room
308)
PRQ Reception (Marriott, Room 414)
PS Editorial Board Meeting (Marriott, Room
301)
Pearson Focus Group (PCC, 303-AB)
Pearson Reception (PCC, 303-AB)
Perspectives on Politics Editorial Board Meeting
(Loews, Washington C)
Pi Sigma Alpha Business Meeting (Marriott,
Franklin 8)
Political Communication Business Meeting
(Marriott, Franklin 5)
Political Economy Section Business Meeting
(Marriott, Room 309)
Political Forecasting Group Business Meeting
(Marriott, Room 305)
Political Methodology Section Business Meeting
(PCC, 112-A)
Political Networks Section Business Meeting
(Marriott, Room 305)
Political Networks Section Reception (Offsite,
Vintage Wine Bar & Bistro)

Siting and Engagement Committee Business


Meeting (Offsite, Offsite TBD)
Southeast Asian Politics Open Meeting
(Marriott, Room 301)
Stanford Political Science Department Reception
(PCC, 104-A)
State Politics and Policy Section Business
Meeting (Loews, Commonwealth A2)
State Politics and Policy Section Reception
(Loews, Congress A)
Syracuse University Political Science
Department Reception (PCC, 108-A)
Teaching and Learning Committee Business
Meeting (Marriott, Room 308)
Texas Reception (PCC, 103-A)
The African Politics Conference Group Business
Meeting (Loews, Commonwealth A1)
The Churchill Centre Annual Black Tie
Academic Dinner, Honoring Michael Barone
(Offsite, Union League of Philadelphia)
The International Organization Foundation
Board of Editors Annual Meeting (Marriott,
Salon A)
The Journal of Politics Reception (PCC, 110AB)
The Review of Politics, University of Notre
Dame Reception (Loews, Congress B)
The Wilf Family Department of Politics New
York University Reception (Loews,
Commonwealth D)
UCLA Political Science Department Reception
(PCC, 106-AB)
UW-Madison Political Science Department
Reception (PCC, 104-B)
University of California, Berkeley Reception
(Marriott, Salon I)
University of Chicago Department of Political
Science Reception (Loews, Congress B)
University of Michigan Department of Political
Science Reception (Marriott, Meeting Room
502)
University of Rochester Department of Political
Science Reception (Loews, Congress A)
University of Toronto Department of Political
Science Reception, Hosted by Louis Pauly,
Chair (PCC, 102-A)
Urban & Local Politics Section Business
Meeting (Offsite, Drexel University Stiles Hall
Multipurpose Room (325 N. 15th St.))
Urban & Local Politics Section Reception
(Offsite, Drexel University Stiles Hall
Multipurpose Room (325 N. 15th St.))
W.W. Norton Focus Group (Marriott, Room
301)
Western Political Science Association Executive
Council Meeting (Marriott, Room 308)
Women and Politics Research Section Business
Meeting (Marriott, Franklin 13)
Women's Caucus for Political Science Business
Meeting (Marriott, Room 306)
Working Group: Consolidating Databases on
Political Elites in China and Russia (Marriott,
Room 301)

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Working Group: Election Sciences, Election


Law, and Election Administration: Charting a
Research Agenda (Loews, Tubman)
Working Group: Historical (Marriott, Room
301)
Working Group: Intersectionality and Pedagogy
(Marriott, Room 413)
Working Group: Philanthropy, Policy, and
Power (PCC, 101-A)
Working Group: Practicing Politics: Political
Scientists in Government, Policy Centers, and
Other Policy-Related Organizations (Marriott,
Room 301)
Working Group: Social Policy in NonDemocracies (Marriott, Room 301)
Yale University, Political Science Reception
(Marriott, Room 407)

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Sat 7:30 pm

APSA MEETINGS AND RECEPTIONS (BY


TIME)
APSA Meetings and Receptions by Time
Meeting of Comparative Study of Electoral
Systems (CSES) Project (PCC, 204-C)
APSA Awards Ceremony (Marriott, Liberty
Ballroom)
Committee on the Status of Latinos in the
Profession Business Meeting (Marriott, Room
301)
First-Time Attendee Breakfast (Marriott, Liberty
Ballroom)
Teaching and Learning Committee Business
Meeting (Marriott, Room 308)
APSA International Committee Business
Meeting (Marriott, Room 302)
Minority Student Recruitment Program (MSRP)
Best Practices Meeting (Marriott, Room 301)
APSA Committee on the Status of Asian Pacific
Americans Business Meeting (Marriott, Room
308)
Ralph Bunche Summer Institute (RBSI)
Orientation Meeting (Marriott, Room 301)
APSA All-Member Business Meeting (PCC,
114)
Working Group: Historical (Marriott, Room
301)
Working Group: Practicing Politics: Political
Scientists in Government, Policy Centers, and
Other Policy-Related Organizations (Marriott,
Room 301)
APSA Asia Committee Planning Meeting (PCC,
101-A)
APSA Mentoring Networking Reception
(Marriott, Room 410)
Canadian Politics Section Business Meeting
(Marriott, Room 304)
Experimental Research Section Business
Meeting (Marriott, Franklin 7)
Future Directions of the American National
Election Studies (PCC, 106-AB)
Indigenous Studies Network Business Meeting
(PCC, 111-A)
Italian Political Science Review, Editorial Board
Meeting (Marriott, Room 302)

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Fri 7:00 am

Meeting (Marriott, Room 302)


Legislative Studies Quarterly Editorial Board
Breakfast Meeting (Marriott, Room 413)
New Political Science Publications Executive
Committee Business Meeting (Marriott, Room
308)
Organized Section Chairs Breakfast (Marriott,
Liberty Ballroom)
PS Editorial Board Meeting (Marriott, Room
301)
SWPSA Executive Council Meeting (PCC, 303AB)
National Conference of Black Political Scientists
Executive Council Meeting (PCC, 101-A)
Ralph Bunche Summer Institute (RBSI)
Advisory Committee Meeting (Marriott, Room
302)
Association Leaders Meeting (PCC, 101-A)
Politics & Gender Journal Editorial Board
Meeting (Loews, Tubman)
MPSA Executive Council Meeting (Offsite,
MPSA Offsite Location)
APSA Committee on the Status of First
Generation Higher Education Scholars in the
Profession Business Meeting (Marriott, Room
302)
APSR Editorial Board Meeting (Loews,
Washington C)
Department Chairs Luncheon (Loews, Congress
C)
European Politics and Society Section Business
Meeting (Loews, Congress A)
Human Rights Section Business Meeting
(Marriott, Room 407)
Interest Groups & Advocacy Business Meeting
(Marriott, Room 406)
Journal of Race, Ethnicity and Politics Business
Meeting (PCC, 104-A)
LGBT Caucus Business Meeting (Marriott,
Room 413)
Political Methodology Section Business Meeting
(PCC, 112-A)
Public Administration Section Business Meeting
(Marriott, Franklin 11)
Public Policy Section Business Meeting and
Award Ceremony (PCC, 202-A)
W.W. Norton Focus Group (Marriott, Room
301)
Foreign Policy Section Business Meeting
(Marriott, Room 408)
Ideas, Knowledge and Politics Business Meeting
(Marriott, Room 308)
Journal of Conflict Resolution Editorial Board
Meeting (PCC, 101-A)
APSA Status Committee of Lesbians, Gays,
Bisexuals and Transgenders in the Profession
Business Meeting (Marriott, Room 308)
APSA/ASA Africa Planning Committee Meeting
(PCC, 101-A)
CQ Press Event (Loews, Congress A)
Pi Sigma Alpha Business Meeting (Marriott,
Franklin 8)

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Labor Project Business Meeting and Keynote


(PCC, 105-AB)
New Political Science Business Meeting (PCC,
111-B)
Political Networks Section Business Meeting
(Marriott, Room 305)
Political Organizations and Parties Section
Executive Council Meeting (PCC, 107-A)
Political Psychology Business Meeting
(Marriott, Room 309)
Publius: The Journal of Federalism Editorial
Board Meeting (Marriott, Room 306)
Qualitative and Multi-Method Research Section
Business Meeting (Loews, Commonwealth D)
Religion and Politics Section Business Meeting
(PCC, 104-A)
Southeast Asian Politics Open Meeting
(Marriott, Room 301)
State Politics and Policy Section Business
Meeting (Loews, Commonwealth A2)
The African Politics Conference Group Business
Meeting (Loews, Commonwealth A1)
Western Political Science Association Executive
Council Meeting (Marriott, Room 308)
Law and Courts Section & Constitutional Law
and Jurisprudence Section Lifetime Achievement
Panel (PCC, 204-B)
Institute for Humane Studies Reception
(Marriott, Room 413)
British Politics Group Reception (Marriott,
Room 307)
BYU Political Affairs Society Reception
(Marriott, Meeting Room 501)
Conference for the Study of Political Thought
(CSPT) Annual Reception (Marriott, Salon J)
International Attendee Reception (Marriott,
Independence Ballroom)
PRQ Reception (Marriott, Room 414)
Qualitative and Multi-Method Research Section
Reception (Marriott, Salon KL)
Religion and Politics Section Reception (PCC,
104-B)
State Politics and Policy Section Reception
(Loews, Congress A)
The Churchill Centre Annual Black Tie
Academic Dinner, Honoring Michael Barone
(Offsite, Union League of Philadelphia)
The Review of Politics, University of Notre
Dame Reception (Loews, Congress B)
University of Michigan Department of Political
Science Reception (Marriott, Meeting Room
502)
112th Annual Meeting Opening Reception
(PCC, Grand Hall)
Political Networks Section Reception (Offsite,
Vintage Wine Bar & Bistro)
APSA Committee on the Status of Blacks and
NCOBPS Reception (Marriott, Franklin 9)
APSA Reception Honoring Women in the
Profession: Women & Pol. Section, Womens
Caucus & Comm. (PCC, 201-C)
Asian Pacific American Caucus Business

Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site (ESP)


Reception and Tour (Offsite, 2027 Fairmont
Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19130)
Foundations Plenary Speaker Session (PCC,
204-C)
Class and Inequality Section Business Meeting
(Marriott, Room 407)
Conference Group on Italian Politics and
Society Business Meeting (Marriott, Room 413)
Conflict Processess Business Meeting (Marriott,
Franklin 9)
Drexel Center for Public Policy Business
Meeting (Offsite, Three Parkway Building (1601
Cherry Street, 6th Fl., Ste. 612))
Elections, Public Opinion, & Voting Behavior
Sections Business Meeting (Marriott, Franklin 3)
Federalism and IGR Section Business Meeting
(Marriott, Room 411)
French Politics Group Business Meeting
(Marriott, Meeting Room 502)
Human Rights Section Reception (Offsite,
Caribou Cafe)
International History and Politics Section
Business Meeting (Loews, Tubman)
International Security and Arms Control Section
Business Meeting (Marriott, Room 306)
Interpretive Methodologies and Methods
Business Meeting (Marriott, Room 304)
IPSA Research Committee #12 (Biology and
Politics) Business Meeting (PCC, 111-A)
John Gaus Award and Lectureship (Marriott,
Franklin 11)
Journal of Women, Politics & Policy Editorial
Board Meeting (PCC, 303-AB)
Latino Caucus in Political Science Business
Meeting (Marriott, Room 414)
Law & Courts Section Business Meeting (PCC,
204-B)
Legislative Studies Section Business Meeting
(Marriott, Franklin 7)
Migration and Citizenship Section Business
Meeting (Marriott, Franklin 1)
Political Communication Business Meeting
(Marriott, Franklin 5)
Political Economy Section Business Meeting
(Marriott, Room 309)
Political Forecasting Group Business Meeting
(Marriott, Room 305)
Political Science Education Section Business
Meeting (Loews, Commonwealth A2)
Politics and History Section Business Meeting
(Loews, Commonwealth A1)
Politics, Literature and Film Section Business
Meeting (Marriott, Room 408)
Russian Politics Group Business Meeting
(Marriott, Room 412)
Sexuality and Politics Section Business Meeting
(Marriott, Room 308)
Urban & Local Politics Section Business
Meeting (Offsite, Drexel University Stiles Hall
Multipurpose Room (325 N. 15th St.))
Women and Politics Research Section Business

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Fri 6:30 pm

Meeting (Marriott, Franklin 13)


Cornell University Department of Government
Reception (Offsite, Pennsylvania 6 (114 S. 12
St. at Sansom St.))
Information Technology and Politics Section
Business Meeting (Loews, Commonwealth C)
Political Organizations and Parties Section
Business Meeting (PCC, 112-A)
2016 GESIS Klingemann Prize for the Best
CSES Scholarship (PCC, 112-B)
APSA Status Committee of Lesbians, Gays,
Bisexuals and Transgenders in the Profession,
Sexuality and Politics Section, and LGBT
Caucus Reception (Marriott, Salon J)
APSA Status of Asian-Pacific Americans in the
Profession Committee and Status of Latinos y
Latinas in the Profession Committee Reception
(Marriott, Room 410)
Claremont Institute Reception (Loews,
Commonwealth B)
Class and Inequality Reception and Outreach
Event (Marriott, Franklin 6)
Columbia University Department of Political
Science Reception (PCC, 105-AB)
Drexel Center for Public Policy Reception
(Offsite, Three Parkway Building (1601 Cherry
Street, 6th Fl., Ste. 612))
Elections, Public Opinion, and Voting
Behavior & Political Communications Sections
Joint Reception (Marriott, Salon C)
Foundations of Political Theory Reception
(Marriott, Liberty Ballroom)
Gaus Reception - Public Administrative Section
Reception (Marriott, Franklin 10)
Ideas, Knowledge and Politics Reception
(Marriott, Room 310)
International Security and Arms Control Section
Reception (Marriott, Franklin 4)
Jack Miller Center Reception (PCC, 103-C)
Law and Courts Section Reception (PCC, 201B)
Legislative Studies Section Reception (Marriott,
Room 406)
Migration and Citizenship Section Reception
(Offsite, Asian Arts Initiative)
MIT Department of Political Science Reception
(PCC, 107-A)
Politics and Art in Philadelphia - A Reception
Sponsored by the Siting and Engagement
Committee and Organized Section on Politics,
Literature, and Film (Loews, Washington C)
Politics and History Section & International
History and Politics Section Joint Reception
(Loews, Washington A)
Reception Honoring Teaching (Loews, Congress
C)
Stanford Political Science Department Reception
(PCC, 104-A)
Syracuse University Political Science
Department Reception (PCC, 108-A)
Texas Reception (PCC, 103-A)
The Journal of Politics Reception (PCC, 110AB)

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Sat 2:00 pm
Sat 4:00 pm

Working Group: Intersectionality and Pedagogy


(Marriott, Room 413)
APSA Status Committee Chairs Meeting
(Marriott, Room 301)
Pearson Reception (PCC, 303-AB)
MENA Workshops Alumni and Friends
Reception (Offsite, Offsite TBD)
New Political Science Invited Lecture (Marriott,
Franklin 1)
APSA Congressional Fellows, Alumni, and
Friends Happy Hour (Marriott, Circ Bar)
Book Reception for Contested Transformation:
Race, Gender and Political Leadership in 21st
Century America (Marriott, Room 308)
Christians in Political Science Business Meeting
(PCC, 104-B)
Comparative Democratization Section Business
Meeting (Marriott, Room 309)
Comparative Politics Section Business Meeting
(Marriott, Meeting Room 501)
EITM Business Meeting (Marriott, Room 408)
Eric Voegelin Society Business Meeting
(Loews, Commonwealth C)
Foundations of Political Theory Section
Business Meeting (Marriott, Room 305)
Health Politics & Policy Section Business
Meeting (Loews, Commonwealth A1)
In The Field: Political Science Meeting
(Marriott, Room 409)
Japan Political Studies Group Business Meeting
(Marriott, Room 303)
Race, Ethnicity, and Politics Section Business
Meeting (Loews, Washington C)
Representation and Electoral Systems Section
Business Meeting and Awards Ceremony
(Loews, Commonwealth A2)
Women's Caucus for Political Science Business
Meeting (Marriott, Room 306)
APSA Graduate Student Happy Hour (Marriott,
Liberty Ballroom)
Conference Group on Taiwan Studies Reception
(Marriott, Room 411)
University of Chicago Department of Political
Science Reception (Loews, Congress B)
University of Rochester Department of Political
Science Reception (Loews, Congress A)
The International Organization Foundation
Board of Editors Annual Meeting (Marriott,
Salon A)
Comparative Democratization Section Reception
(Marriott, Room 310)
Comparative Politics Section Reception
(Marriott, Meeting Room 502)
Eric Voegelin Society Reception (Loews,
Tubman)
Health Politics and Policy Section Reception
(Loews, Congress C)
New Political Science Reception (Marriott,
Franklin 2)
Ralph Bunche Summer Institute (RBSI) 30th
Anniversary Reception (Marriott, Independence
Ballroom)

Sat 4:00 pm
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UCLA Political Science Department Reception


(PCC, 106-AB)
University of California, Berkeley Reception
(Marriott, Salon I)
Urban & Local Politics Section Reception
(Offsite, Drexel University Stiles Hall
Multipurpose Room (325 N. 15th St.))
UW-Madison Political Science Department
Reception (PCC, 104-B)
APSA Reception Honoring Women of Color in
the Profession: Women & Pol. Section,
Womens Caucus & Comm. (Marriott,
Independence Ballroom)
University of Toronto Department of Political
Science Reception, Hosted by Louis Pauly,
Chair (PCC, 102-A)
2017 Division Chairs - Program Committee
Meeting (Marriott, Liberty Ballroom)
APSA Committee on the Status of Women in
the Profession Business Meeting (Marriott,
Room 301)
APSA Journal Editors Meeting (Marriott, Room
302)
Polity Business Meeting (Marriott, Room 413)
Female Working Group on African Politics
(invite only) (PCC, 303-AB)
Working Group: Consolidating Databases on
Political Elites in China and Russia (Marriott,
Room 301)
Working Group: Philanthropy, Policy, and
Power (PCC, 101-A)
Community College Status Committee Business
Meeting (PCC, 101-A)
APSA Committee on the Status of Blacks in the
Profession Business Meeting (Marriott, Room
301)
Ithiel de Sola Pool Award and Lectureship
(Loews, Commonwealth A2)
Journal of Comparative Politics Business
Meeting (Marriott, Room 413)
Journal of Political Science Education Editorial
Board Meeting (Loews, Tubman)
New Political Science Editorial Board Meeting
(Marriott, Room 302)
Pearson Focus Group (PCC, 303-AB)
Perspectives on Politics Editorial Board Meeting
(Loews, Washington C)
Presidency and Executive Politics Business
Meeting (Loews, Commonwealth A1)
PRQ Editorial Board Meeting (Marriott, Room
308)
Related Group Meeting (Loews, Congress C)
Science, Technology and Environmental Politics
Section Business Meeting (Marriott, Room 310)
Siting and Engagement Committee Business
Meeting (Offsite, Offsite TBD)
APSA Technology Task Force Meeting
(Marriott, Room 302)
Working Group: Social Policy in NonDemocracies (Marriott, Room 301)
Working Group: Election Sciences, Election
Law, and Election Administration: Charting a
Research Agenda (Loews, Tubman)

The Wilf Family Department of Politics New


York University Reception (Loews,
Commonwealth D)
Yale University, Political Science Reception
(Marriott, Room 407)
Conference Group on Taiwan Studies Business
Meeting (Marriott, Room 410)

Sat 7:30 pm

Sat 7:30 pm
Sat 8:00 pm

APSA SHORT COURSES (ALPHA)


APSA Short Courses by Alpha
A Political Primer on the Periodic State
Constitutional Convention Referendum (PCC,
202-B)
Abolitionist Politics After Ferguson: Race,
Prisons, Police, and Theorizing White
Supremacy (PCC, 104-B)
Assessing Political Science Civic Engagement
and Pedagogy Initiatives: The Consortium for
Inter-Campus SoTL Research, the National
Survey of Student Leaders (PCC, 203-A)
Causal Case Studies: Comparing, Matching, and
Tracing (QMMR2) (PCC, 201-B)
Challenges of Electoral Integrity and the
Construction and Use of Expert Indicators
(Marriott, Franklin 2)
City Politics in an Increasingly Urban World:
Mainstreaming the Local in Scholarship and
Policy Making (Offsite, Drexel University
MacAlister 2019-2020 (3250-60 Chestnut
Street))
Communicating Science in Politicized
Environments (PCC, 108-A)
Database and Website Development for Public
Policy: The Comparative Policy Agendas Project
(Offsite, Temple University Center City
Campus)
Designing Multi-Method Research (QMMR1)
(PCC, 201-A)
Designing and Conducting Field Research
(QMMR5) (PCC, 201-B)
Dissertation Workshop: Advances in Science,
Technology, and Environmental Policy (PCC,
303-AB)
Dissertation Workshop: On the Intersection of
Race, Ethnicity and Gender in American
Political Behavior (PCC, 107-A)
Doing Political Science in the Field: Field
Research, Ethics, Engagement, and
Employability (PCC, 202-A)
EIP Breakout 1 (Marriott, Franklin 3)
EIP Breakout 2 (Marriott, Franklin 4)
Embracing Applied Politics in the Classroom
and Curriculum (PCC, 203-A)
Managing and Sharing Qualitative Data and
Qualitative Research Transparency (QMMR3)
(PCC, 201-C)
Mathematics and Democracy: Designing Better
Voting and Fair-Division Procedures (PCC, 106AB)
Of Cities and Governance: New Theoretical
Approaches to Urban Governance (Offsite,
Drexel University MacAlister 2019-2020 (325060 Chestnut Street))
Process Tracing (QMMR 4) (PCC, 201-A)

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Wed 2:00 pm

Wed 2:00 pm

Wed 9:00 am
Wed 9:00 am

Protean and Control Power in Interaction (PCC,


111-A)
Research Development Group: Emerging
Research from MENA Workshops Alumni
(PCC, 102-A)
Researching the C-SPAN Video Library (PCC,
104-A)
Set-Theoretic Multi-Method Research:
Combining QCA and Process Tracing
(QMMR6) (PCC, 201-C)
Simulations and Games for International
Relations (PCC, 204-B)
The Methods Studio: WorkshopTextual
Analysis and Critical Semioticsand Crit
(PCC, 108-B)
Understanding Complexity: A Simple Guide to
Using & Developing ABM's & Networks for
Research (PCC, 202-B)
Unlocking Success with Failure (PCC, 203-B)
You Have a Job Offer: Get the Most Out of It
(PCC, 204-B)
What? I Have to Lead a Program
Assessment?!? Leading Your Department or
Program Assessment Process for Regional
Accreditation (PCC, 203-B)

Wed 9:00 am
Wed 9:00 am

Wed 9:00 am
Wed 2:00 pm

Wed 9:00 am
Wed 2:00 pm

Wed 9:00 am

Wed 2:00 pm
Wed 2:00 pm
Wed 9:00 am

Wed 1:00 pm

APSA SHORT COURSES (BY TIME)


APSA Short Courses by Time
Wed 2:00 pm
Wed 1:30 pm

Wed 9:00 am
Wed 2:00 pm
Wed 9:00 am

Wed 9:00 am

Wed 9:00 am

Wed 9:00 am
Wed 9:00 am
Wed 9:00 am
Wed 9:00 am

Wed 9:00 am

Wed 9:00 am

Wed 2:00 pm

Causal Case Studies: Comparing, Matching, and


Tracing (QMMR2) (PCC, 201-B)
Designing Multi-Method Research (QMMR1)
(PCC, 201-A)
Doing Political Science in the Field: Field
Research, Ethics, Engagement, and
Employability (PCC, 202-A)
Embracing Applied Politics in the Classroom
and Curriculum (PCC, 203-A)
Managing and Sharing Qualitative Data and
Qualitative Research Transparency (QMMR3)
(PCC, 201-C)
Mathematics and Democracy: Designing Better
Voting and Fair-Division Procedures (PCC, 106AB)
Of Cities and Governance: New Theoretical
Approaches to Urban Governance (Offsite,
Drexel University MacAlister 2019-2020 (325060 Chestnut Street))
Simulations and Games for International
Relations (PCC, 204-B)
Understanding Complexity: A Simple Guide to
Using & Developing ABM's & Networks for
Research (PCC, 202-B)
What? I Have to Lead a Program
Assessment?!? Leading Your Department or
Program Assessment Process for Regional
Accreditation (PCC, 203-B)
Challenges of Electoral Integrity and the
Construction and Use of Expert Indicators
(Marriott, Franklin 2)
Dissertation Workshop: Advances in Science,
Technology, and Environmental Policy (PCC,
303-AB)
Dissertation Workshop: On the Intersection of
Race, Ethnicity and Gender in American

Wed 9:00 am
Wed 9:00 am
Wed 9:00 am

Wed 9:00 am
Wed 9:00 am

Wed 9:00 am

Wed 9:00 am

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Wed 1:30 pm

Wed 2:00 pm

Wed 2:00 pm

Wed 2:00 pm

Wed 2:00 pm
Wed 2:00 pm
Wed 2:00 pm
Wed 2:00 pm

Meetings and Receptions

Political Behavior (PCC, 107-A)


EIP Breakout 1 (Marriott, Franklin 3)
EIP Breakout 2 (Marriott, Franklin 4)
Protean and Control Power in Interaction (PCC,
111-A)
Research Development Group: Emerging
Research from MENA Workshops Alumni
(PCC, 102-A)
Researching the C-SPAN Video Library (PCC,
104-A)
City Politics in an Increasingly Urban World:
Mainstreaming the Local in Scholarship and
Policy Making (Offsite, Drexel University
MacAlister 2019-2020 (3250-60 Chestnut
Street))
Database and Website Development for Public
Policy: The Comparative Policy Agendas Project
(Offsite, Temple University Center City
Campus)
A Political Primer on the Periodic State
Constitutional Convention Referendum (PCC,
202-B)
Abolitionist Politics After Ferguson: Race,
Prisons, Police, and Theorizing White
Supremacy (PCC, 104-B)
Assessing Political Science Civic Engagement
and Pedagogy Initiatives: The Consortium for
Inter-Campus SoTL Research, the National
Survey of Student Leaders (PCC, 203-A)
Communicating Science in Politicized
Environments (PCC, 108-A)
Designing and Conducting Field Research
(QMMR5) (PCC, 201-B)
Process Tracing (QMMR 4) (PCC, 201-A)
Set-Theoretic Multi-Method Research:
Combining QCA and Process Tracing
(QMMR6) (PCC, 201-C)
The Methods Studio: WorkshopTextual
Analysis and Critical Semioticsand Crit
(PCC, 108-B)
Unlocking Success with Failure (PCC, 203-B)
You Have a Job Offer: Get the Most Out of It
(PCC, 204-B)

Wed 2:00 pm

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Wed 2:00 pm

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DAILY SCHEDULE
Wednesday, August 31, 2016
Wednesday, 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
APSA Events
1.1
MEETING OF COMPARATIVE STUDY OF
ELECTORAL SYSTEMS (CSES) PROJECT
Room: PCC, 204-C

Wednesday, 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM


APSA Short Course
2.1
CAUSAL CASE STUDIES: COMPARING,
MATCHING, AND TRACING (QMMR2)
Room: PCC, 201-B
Part:
Derek Beach, University of Aarhus
2.2
DESIGNING MULTI-METHOD RESEARCH
(QMMR1)
Room: PCC, 201-A
Part:
Jason Seawright, Northwestern University
2.3
DOING POLITICAL SCIENCE IN THE FIELD:
FIELD RESEARCH, ETHICS, ENGAGEMENT,
AND EMPLOYABILITY
Room: PCC, 202-A
Part:
Meredith L. Weiss, University at Albany, SUNY
2.4
EMBRACING APPLIED POLITICS IN THE
CLASSROOM AND CURRICULUM
Room: PCC, 203-A
Part:
Justin S. Vaughn, Boise State University
Corey Cook, Boise State University
John Hudak
Caroline Heldman, Occidental College
Candice J. Nelson, American University
Joseph Morris, Mercyhurst College
2.5
MANAGING AND SHARING QUALITATIVE
DATA AND QUALITATIVE RESEARCH
TRANSPARENCY (QMMR3)
Room: PCC, 201-C
Part:
Colin Elman, Syracuse University
Diana Kapiszewski, Georgetown University
Sebastian Karcher, Syracuse University
2.6
MATHEMATICS AND DEMOCRACY: DESIGNING
BETTER VOTING AND FAIR-DIVISION
PROCEDURES
Room: PCC, 106-AB
Part:
Steven J. Brams, New York University
D. Marc Kilgour, Wilfrid Laurier University
2.7
OF CITIES AND GOVERNANCE: NEW
THEORETICAL APPROACHES TO URBAN
GOVERNANCE
Room: Offsite, Drexel University MacAlister 2019-2020 (325060 Chestnut Street)
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 30: URBAN AND LOCAL
POLITICS

2.8
Room:
Part:

Annika M. Hinze
James M. Smith, Indiana University South Bend
SIMULATIONS AND GAMES FOR
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
PCC, 204-B
Victor Asal, University at Albany, SUNY
Nina A. Kollars, Franklin & Marshall College
Casey Delehanty, Florida State University

Room:
Part:
2.10

Room:
Part:

UNDERSTANDING COMPLEXITY: A SIMPLE


GUIDE TO USING & DEVELOPING ABM'S &
NETWORKS FOR RESEARCH
PCC, 202-B
Liz Johnson, Complex Systems Institute UNCC
WHAT? I HAVE TO LEAD A PROGRAM
ASSESSMENT?!? LEADING YOUR
DEPARTMENT OR PROGRAM ASSESSMENT
PROCESS FOR REGIONAL ACCREDITATION
PCC, 203-B
Jennifer M. Jensen, Lehigh University
Sean McKitrick, Indiana State University

Wednesday, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM


APSA Short Course
3.1
CHALLENGES OF ELECTORAL INTEGRITY
AND THE CONSTRUCTION AND USE OF
EXPERT INDICATORS
Room: Marriott, Franklin 2
Part:
Pippa Pippa Norris, Harvard University
Svend-Erik Skaaning, Aarhus University
3.2
DISSERTATION WORKSHOP: ADVANCES IN
SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND
ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY
Room: PCC, 303-AB
Part:
Sarah Anderson, University of California, Santa Barbara
Ramiro Berardo, Ohio State University
3.3
DISSERTATION WORKSHOP: ON THE
INTERSECTION OF RACE, ETHNICITY AND
GENDER IN AMERICAN POLITICAL BEHAVIOR
Room: PCC, 107-A
Part:
Nadia E. Brown, Purdue University
Sarah Allen Gershon, Georgia State University
3.4
EIP BREAKOUT 1
Room: Marriott, Franklin 3
Chair: Pippa Pippa Norris, Harvard University
3.5
EIP BREAKOUT 2
Room: Marriott, Franklin 4
Chair: Alessandro Nai, University of Sydney
3.6
PROTEAN AND CONTROL POWER IN
INTERACTION
Room: PCC, 111-A
Part:
Peter J. Katzenstein, Cornell University
3.7
RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT GROUP:
EMERGING RESEARCH FROM MENA
WORKSHOPS ALUMNI
Room: PCC, 102-A
Part:
Andrew Stinson, American Political Science Association
3.8
RESEARCHING THE C-SPAN VIDEO LIBRARY
Room: PCC, 104-A
Part:
Robert X. Browning, Purdue University
Joshua M. Scacco, Purdue University

Wednesday, 1:00 PM to 6:00 PM


APSA Short Course
4.1
CITY POLITICS IN AN INCREASINGLY URBAN
WORLD: MAINSTREAMING THE LOCAL IN
SCHOLARSHIP AND POLICY MAKING
Room: Offsite, Drexel University MacAlister 2019-2020 (325060 Chestnut Street)

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Chair:

Part:

Marion Orr, Brown University


Kristin R. Good, Dalhousie University
Richard Stren, University of Toronto
Clarence N. Stone, George Washington University
Ronald K. Vogel, Ryerson University
Blair A. Ruble, Woodrow Wilson Center
Mara Sidney, Rutgers University, Newark
Martin George Horak, University of Western Ontario
Maureen M. Donaghy, Rutgers University, Camden
David Kaufmann, University of Bern
Theresa Enright, University of Toronto
Veronica Herrera, University of Connecticut
Laura A. Reese, Michigan State University
Elizabeth Ann Strom, University of South Florida

6.5
Room:
Part:
6.6
Room:
Part:

6.7
Room:
Part:

Wednesday, 1:30 PM to 5:30 PM


APSA Short Course
5.1
DATABASE AND WEBSITE DEVELOPMENT FOR
PUBLIC POLICY: THE COMPARATIVE POLICY
AGENDAS PROJECT
Room: Offsite, Temple University Center City Campus
Part:
Bryan D. Jones, University of Texas, Austin
Frank R. Baumgartner, University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill
Joseph Paul McLaughlin, Temple University

6.8
Room:
Part:
6.9
Room:
Part:

Wednesday, 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM


APSA Short Course
6.1
A POLITICAL PRIMER ON THE PERIODIC
STATE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION
REFERENDUM
Room: PCC, 202-B
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 27: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
AND JURISPRUDENCE

Part:

6.2
Room:
Part:
6.3

Room:
Part:
6.4
Room:
Part:

222

J.H. Snider, iSolon.org


Richard Briffault, Columbia University
John Dinan, Wake Forest University
David M. Farrell, University College Dublin, Belfield
Craig B. Holman, Public Citizen
Carol S. Weissert, Florida State University
William Dawes Blake, University of Maryland,
Baltimore County
Sanford Levinson, University of Texas, Austin
ABOLITIONIST POLITICS AFTER FERGUSON:
RACE, PRISONS, POLICE, AND THEORIZING
WHITE SUPREMACY
PCC, 104-B
Sean Parson, Northern Arizona University
ASSESSING POLITICAL SCIENCE CIVIC
ENGAGEMENT AND PEDAGOGY INITIATIVES:
THE CONSORTIUM FOR INTER-CAMPUS SOTL
RESEARCH, THE NATIONAL SURVEY OF
STUDENT LEADERS
PCC, 203-A
J. Cherie Strachan, Central Michigan University
Elizabeth A. Bennion, Indiana University
COMMUNICATING SCIENCE IN POLITICIZED
ENVIRONMENTS
PCC, 108-A
James N. Druckman, Northwestern University
Samara Klar, University of Arizona
Yanna Krupnikov, Stony Brook University
Arthur Lupia, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

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Room:
Part:

DESIGNING AND CONDUCTING FIELD


RESEARCH (QMMR5)
PCC, 201-B
Benjamin L. Read, University of California, Santa Cruz
PROCESS TRACING (QMMR 4)
PCC, 201-A
Andrew Bennett, Georgetown University
Jeffrey T. Checkel, Simon Fraser University
Tasha A. Fairfield, London School of Economics
SET-THEORETIC MULTI-METHOD RESEARCH:
COMBINING QCA AND PROCESS TRACING
(QMMR6)
PCC, 201-C
Ingo Rohlfing, University of Bremen
Carsten Q. Schneider, Central European University
THE METHODS STUDIO: WORKSHOP
TEXTUAL ANALYSIS AND CRITICAL
SEMIOTICSAND CRIT
PCC, 108-B
Dvora Yanow, Wageningen University
Peregrine Schwartz-Shea, University of Utah
UNLOCKING SUCCESS WITH FAILURE
PCC, 203-B
Lee D. Walker, University of North Texas
Jennifer Segal Diascro, University of California,
Washington DC (UCDC)
Susan M. Sterett, Virginia Tech
Erik S. Herron, West Virginia University
Judith Grant, Ohio University
YOU HAVE A JOB OFFER: GET THE MOST OUT
OF IT
PCC, 204-B
Amy L. Atchison, Valparaiso University

Wednesday, 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM


APSA Events
7.1
APSA AWARDS CEREMONY
Room: Marriott, Liberty Ballroom

Thursday, September 1, 2016


Thursday, 7:00 AM to 8:00 AM
APSA Events
8.1
COMMITTEE ON THE STATUS OF LATINOS IN
THE PROFESSION BUSINESS MEETING
Room: Marriott, Room 301
8.2
FIRST-TIME ATTENDEE BREAKFAST
Room: Marriott, Liberty Ballroom
8.3
TEACHING AND LEARNING COMMITTEE
BUSINESS MEETING
Room: Marriott, Room 308

Thursday, 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM


Theme Panels
9.1
20 YEARS AFTER WELFARE REFORM
Room: PCC, Ballroom AB
Chair: Sanford F. Schram, Hunter College, CUNY
Part:
Frances Fox Piven, Graduate Center, CUNY
Kaaryn Gustafson, UCI Law
Ron Haskins, Brookings Institution
Lawrence M. Mead, New York University

Thursday, 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM

9.2

DATA ACCESS, TRANSPARENCY, AND


REPLICATION IN POLITICAL SCIENCE
Room: PCC, 114
Chair: William G. Jacoby, Michigan State University
Part:
Raymond Duch, CESS Nuffield
Nicole Janz
Arthur Lupia, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Neil Malhotra, Stanford University
Colin Elman, Syracuse University
9.3
GLOBAL GOVERNANCE: STAGNATION OR
TRANSFORMATION?
Room: PCC, 204-C
Chair: Miles Kahler, American University
Part:
Martha Finnemore, George Washington University
Daniel W. Drezner, Tufts University
Jessica Green, New York University
Judith Kelley, Duke University
Jon C. W. Pevehouse, University of Wisconsin, Madison
APSA Events
10.1
APSA INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE BUSINESS
MEETING
Room: Marriott, Room 302
10.2
FIRST GENERATION SCHOLARS IN THE
PROFESSION ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION
Room: PCC, 202-A
Chair: Lorrie Frasure-Yokley
Part:
Pei-te Lien, University of California Santa Barbara
Els de Graauw, Baruch College
Virginia H. Gray, University of North Carolina, Chapel
Hill
Jessica L. Lavariega Monforti, Pace University
Kamal Sadiq, University of California, Irvine
Cherry Rain, Redlands Community College
10.3
MINORITY STUDENT RECRUITMENT
PROGRAM (MSRP) BEST PRACTICES MEETING
Room: Marriott, Room 301
Division Panels
DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT AND PHILOSOPHY:
HISTORICAL APPROACHES
11.1
MACHIAVELLIS "FLORENTINE HISTORIES"
Room: PCC, 102-A
Chair: Alison McQueen, Stanford University
Disc:
John P. McCormick, University of Chicago
Papers: Machiavelli and Guicciardini on the Medici Regime
Mark Jurdjevic, Glendon College, York University
Corruption and Popular Judgment in Machiavelli's
Florentine Histories
Amanda M. Maher
Machiavellis Istorie Fiorentine as Chronicle of Popular
Revolt
Yves Winter, McGill University
Machiavelli's Commercial Republic
Catherine H. Zuckert, University of Notre Dame

DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY


11.3
AMERICAN POLITICAL THOUGHT AT THE
MARGINS
Room: PCC, 108-B
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL
THEORY

Chair:
Disc:

Kimberly K. Smith
Justin Rose
Kimberly K. Smith

Papers: "Malignant Prejudice: Easton, Race, and the Ethics of


American Republicanism
Melvin Lee Rogers, University of California, Los
Angeles
Democracy: Doing it Over
Melissa A. Orlie
Unsettling American Political Thought: Wendell Berrys
Vision of Transformation
Michael Lamb, Wake Forest University
Europeans into Americans: Turner, Tocqueville, and
Democracy at the Frontier
Matthew Longo, University of Oxford
DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY
11.4
FRENCH LIBERALISM AND THE BIG PICTURE
Room: PCC, 108-A
Chair: Greg Conti, Jesus College, Cambridge
Disc:
Samuel Moyn
Papers: Filling the Empty Space: What Is Original about
Leforts Theory of Democracy?
Greg Conti, Jesus College, Cambridge
Is Democratic Constructivism Possible?
Lisa J. Disch, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Pierre Rosanvallon and the Goal of Democratic
Intelligibility
William Selinger
Rethinking the French Liberal Revival
Iain Graham Stewart, University College London
DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY
11.5
THE LIFE AND WORK OF RICHARD E.
FLATHMAN
Room: PCC, 113-C
Chair: Paige Digeser, University of California, Santa Barbara
Part:
Nancy J. Hirschmann, University of Pennsylvania
Sophia Mihic, Northeastern Illinois University
Douglas C. Dow, University of Texas at Dallas

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HISTORICAL APPROACHES
11.2
ROUSSEAU AND HIS PREDECESSORS
Room: PCC, 107-B
Chair: Genevieve Rousseliere, University of WisconsinMadison
Disc:
Genevieve Rousseliere, University of WisconsinMadison
Jason Rosensweig, University of Chicago

Papers: Refined Epicureanism and Rousseau's Political Thought


Jared Holley
Rousseaus Sparta: What Lycurgus Tells Us About the
Lawgiver
Robert Lee McNish
Christopher R. Hallenbrook, Bloomsburg University
of Pennsylvania
The Triumph of Wisdom in Rousseaus Reception of
Cicero
Megan Kathleen Dyer, Texas A&M University
Rousseaus "Emile" as Rejoinder and Reinforcement of
Lockes "Education"
Rita Koganzon, Harvard University
Rousseau's Princely Psychology: Rousseaus "Prince"
and the "Prince" in Rousseau
Alan Joseph Kellner, Northwestern University

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Norma Claire Moruzzi, University of Illinois, Chicago


Stephen Engelmann, University of Illinois, Chicago
David P. Weinstein, Wake Forest University
DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL THEORY
11.6
RETHINKING HISTORICAL AND STRUCTURAL
INJUSTICE
Room: PCC, 105-AB
Chair: Dimitrios E. Efthymiou, Goethe University Frankfurt
Disc:
Jeanne Morefield, Whitman College
Papers: Narrating Historical Injustice: Responsibility and the
Politics of Memory
David Temin, University of Minnesota
Adam J. Dahl, Sewanee: The University of the South
Wisdom Comes Through Suffering: The Political
Wisdom of Mourning Injustice
Heather N. Pool, Denison University
Refusing Empathy
Alexander Keller Hirsch, University of Alaska
Structural Solidarity
Mara Marin, Frankfurt University
DIVISION 4: FORMAL POLITICAL THEORY
11.7
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS THEORY
Room: PCC, 107-A
Chair: Kristopher W. Ramsay, Princeton University
Disc:
Colin Krainin, Princeton University
Papers: Crisis Bargaining Games with Privately Informed Allies
Bradley C Smith, University of Rochester
Dynamic Alliances: Short Run Shifts in Power
Colin Krainin, Princeton University
International Institutions and Rogue States Deterrence
Catherine Hafer, New York University
Umberto Mignozzetti, New York University
Outbidding as Deterrence: Endogenous Demands in the
Shadow of Group Competition
William Spaniel, Stanford University
War as a Stick: Fighting to Keep Adversary's
Unobservable Actions in Check
Bahar Leventoglu, Duke University
DIVISION 5: POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY
11.8
GENDER AS A CAMPAIGN CUE
Room: Marriott, Franklin 10
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS
RESEARCH

Chair:
Disc:

Jessica Robinson Preece, Brigham Young University


Laura Stoker, University of California, Berkeley

Papers: Girlpower Gone Awry: How Feminine Looks Affect


Candidates Perceived Competence
Rachel Velzquez Bernhard
Implicit Gender Cues in Candidate Communication
Jennifer Jean Jones, University of California, Irvine
Measurement of Multiple Attitudes toward Women and
Men as Political Candidates
John Brehm, University of Chicago
Megan Savel, University of Chicago
The Demobilizing and Mobilizing Effect of Campaign
Rhetoric on Women and Men
Nichole Bauer, University of Alabama
Yanna Krupnikov, Stony Brook University
Sara Shahmirzadi Yeganeh, Stony Brook University

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Voter Gender Bias and Support for Female Political


Leaders
Leonie Huddy, SUNY, Stony Brook
Johanna Willmann, SUNY, Stony Brook University
DIVISION 5: POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY
11.9
ISSUES, PARTIES, AND BELIEF SYSTEMS
Room: Marriott, Room 408
Chair: Nathan P. Kalmoe, Louisiana State University
Disc:
Nathan P. Kalmoe, Louisiana State University
Matthew S. Levendusky, University of Pennsylvania
Papers: Consequences of Issue-Partisan Conflicts on Vote
Choice and Participation
Katherine McCabe, Princeton University
Do Party Elites drive Mass Polarization over Global
Warming? A Survey Experiment
Matt Luttig, University of Chicago
Dynamic Constraint
Alexander Coppock, Yale University
Donald P. Green, Columbia University
Party versus Policy: How Competing Information
Affects Citizens Opinions
Cheryl Boudreau, University of California, Davis
Scott A. MacKenzie, University of California, Davis
The New Ideological Electorate: Partisan Threat and
Ideological Social Identity
Jarrod Kelly, University of Pittsburgh
DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY
11.10
AUTHORITARIAN CONTROL AND
AUTOCRATIC SURVIVAL
Room: PCC, 103-C
Chair: Cierra Belin, American Political Science Association
Papers: A Theory of Media Control and Liberalization
Ryan Yuhao Fang, The Pennsylvania State University
A Theory of Propaganda
Carlo Matthias Horz, New York University
Bypass Aid and Autocratic Survival
Matthew DiLorenzo, Vanderbilt University
Revolution and Authoritarian Control
Tusi Wen, Duke University
Trust, Malfeasance and Power
Mahvish Shami, London School of Economics
Amy Nivette, University of Oxford
DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY
11.11
POLITICAL ECONOMY OF SOVEREIGN RISK
Room: PCC, 103-B
Chair: Andreas Fuchs, University of Heidelberg
Disc:
Layna Mosley, University of North Carolina, Chapel
Hill
Papers: The Political Economy of Sovereign Debt Issues
Cameron Ballard-Rosa
Layna Mosley, University of North Carolina, Chapel
Hill
Rachel Wellhausen
Sovereign Loans and Military Corporation with Respect
to Security Risks
Jonas Bunte, University of Texas at Dallas

Thursday, 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM

Sovereign Debt, Regime Type and the Rise of Chinese


Ratings Agencies
Andreas Fuchs, University of Heidelberg
Kai Gehring, University of Zurich
Daniel McDowell, Syracuse University
The Political Economy of Sanctions and Sovereign Bond
Ratings
Glen Biglaiser, University of North Texas
David J. Lektzian, Texas Tech University
Sovereign Borrowing, Divided Government, and
Government Survival in Democracies
Matthew R. DiGiuseppe, University of Mississippi
Patrick E. Shea, University of Houston
DIVISION 7: POLITICS AND HISTORY
11.12
COLONIAL INSTITUTIONS, STATE CAPACITY,
AND CONFLICT
Room: PCC, 203-B
Chair: Andreas Wimmer
Disc:
Didac Queralt, Institute of Political Economy and
Governance
Papers: The Anatomy of Colonial Police Forces in former
German Southwest Africa
Jan Henryk Pierskalla, The Ohio State University
Alexander De Juan, GIGA German Institute of
Global and Area Studies
Historical Legacies and Political Conflict: Evidence from
Peru
Jenny Guardado, Georgetown University
Colonial Origins of Maoist Insurgency in India
Shivaji Mukherjee, University of Toronto
Varieties of Violence: Conflict and Sovereignty in South
Asia
Adnan Naseemullah, King's College London
DIVISION 8: POLITICAL METHODOLOGY
11.13
AGGREGATE DATA IN THE STUDY OF
POLITICAL BEHAVIOR
Room: Marriott, Franklin 11
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND
VOTING BEHAVIOR

Chair:
Disc:

Dorothy Kronick, Stanford University


Chamna Yoon, baruch college
Curtis S. Signorino, University of Rochester

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 50: POLITICAL NETWORKS

Chair:
Disc:

Alison Craig, Ohio State University


Lorien Jasny
Jennifer Nicoll Victor, George Mason University

Papers: Detecting Changes in Network Time Series using


Bayesian Inference
Jong Hee Park, Seoul National University
Yunkyu Sohn, University of California, San Diego
Fuzzy Social Network Analysis of the Role of IOs in
International Conflict
Badredine Arfi, University of Florida
Assessing Military Access in Politics: A Dyadic
Methodology
David Sylvan
Jean-Louis Arcand, Graduate Institute of
International and Development Studies
Public Discourse in Ideological Communication
Networks
Jennifer L. Brookhart, University of Wisconsin,
Madison
Alexander M. Tahk, University of
WisconsinMadison
DIVISION 8: POLITICAL METHODOLOGY
11.15
SPATIAL DATA ANALYSIS: METHODS AND
APPLICATIONS
Room: Marriott, Franklin 3
Chair: Jeff Gill, Washington University
Disc:
Melissa Sands, Harvard University
Emily Schilling, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Papers: A Redistricting Method Based on Interregional Mobility
and Social Interaction
William Hobbs, UC San Diego
Connecting Context and Attitudes with Dynamically
Geolocated Survey Data
Ryan T. Moore, American University
Andrew Reeves, Washington University in St. Louis
Combining Design Effects with Neighborhood Effects in
Survey Research
Pierre F. Landry, NYU-Shanghai
Leave The Person Out? Reassessing Personalized
Measures of Interracial Context
Yamil Velez, Wesleyan University
DIVISION 10: POLITICAL SCIENCE EDUCATION
11.16
BEST PRACTICES IN POLITICAL SCIENCE
ASSESSMENT
Room: Marriott, Room 305
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 9: TEACHING AND
LEARNING IN POLITICAL SCIENCE

Chair:
Disc:

Jeffrey F. Kraus, Wagner College


Fletcher McClellan, Elizabethtown College

Papers: Faculty Perceptions and Internship Outcomes


Bobbi Gentry, Bridgewater College
Renee B. Van Vechten, University of Redlands
Shamira M. Gelbman, Wabash College

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Papers: Analyzing Decision Records from Committees


Moritz Marbach
BLP-Lasso for Aggregate Discrete Choice Models
Applied to Elections
Sergio Montero, University of Rochester
Matthew Shum, California Institute of Technology
Hyunsook Moon-Chen, University of California,
Santa Barbara
Improving Ecological Inference by Predicting Race from
Voter Registration
Kabir Khanna, Princeton University
Kosuke Imai, Princeton University
Voter Turnout and Preference Aggregation
Yasutora Watanabe, Hong Kong University of
Science and Technology

DIVISION 8: POLITICAL METHODOLOGY


11.14
METHODOLOGICAL ADVANCES IN SOCIAL
NETWORK ANALYSIS
Room: Marriott, Room 306

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Thursday, 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM

Evaluating the Use of Digital Portfolios in


Undergraduate Courses
Kelly Clancy, Nebraska Wesleyan University
Institutional versus Departmental Assessment: Exercises
in a False Dichotomy
Patrick F. McKinlay, Morningside College
Valerie M. Hennings, Morningside College
The Perfect Storm: Navigating Enrollment Declines in
Political Science
David A. Crockett, Trinity University
John R. Hermann, Trinity University
In Search of Grading Nirvana
Matthew M.C. Roberts, Grand Valley State
University
DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS
11.17
25 YEARS OF CRITICAL JUNCTURES:
COLLIER & COLLIER'S SHAPING THE
POLITICAL ARENA
Room: PCC, 204-B
Chair: Thad Dunning, University of California, Berkeley
Part:
Deborah Yashar, Princeton University
Kenneth M. Roberts, Cornell University
Robert R. Kaufman, Rutgers University, New Brunswick
Sebastin Mazzuca, Johns Hopkins University
Gerardo L. Munck, University of Southern California
Steven Levitsky, Harvard University
Christopher H. Achen, Princeton University
DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS
11.18
INEQUALITY, REDISTRIBUTION, AND
DEMOCRACY
Room: PCC, 201-B
Chair: Eunyoung Ha, Claremont Graduate University
Disc:
Christian Houle, Michigan State University
Papers: Inequality, Dualization, and Redistributive Spending in
Developing Countries
Yu-Min Hsu, National Taiwan University
Redistributive Policies and Political Order in Central
Asia and North Africa
Frances Loustau-Williams, University of Pittsburgh
Farhod Yuldashev, University of Pittsburgh
The Inequality Trap: How High Inequality Increases the
Probability of Democracy
Joan Carreras Timoneda, University of Maryland
Sebastian Vallejo, University of Maryland, College
Park
The structure of inequality and middle-income support
for redistribution
Noam Lupu, Vanderbilt University
Jonas Pontusson, University of Geneva
Transnational Myths and Mobilization: Agrarian Reform
from Brazil to the US
Anthony R. Pahnke, St. Olaf College
DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES
11.19
CIVIL SOCIETY AND AGENCY OUTSIDE THE
STATE
Room: PCC, 109-AB
Chair: Abhishek Chatterjee, University of Montana
Disc:
Kent E. Freeze, Carleton College

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Papers: Brightening the Bright Spots: NGOs and Public Service


Provision in India
Emily R. Clough
Defining the Truth: Peruvian Social Science and
Indigenous Resistance
Cyrus Ernesto Zirakzadeh, University of Connecticut
Perceptions of civil society organizations in rural China:
the skeptical society
Taiyi Sun, Boston University
DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES
11.20
COMPETING AND GOVERNING IN
MULTIETHNIC SOCIETIES
Room: PCC, 201-A
Chair: Leonardo R. Arriola, University of California, Berkeley
Disc:
Robert A. Blair
Papers: Overcoming Coethnic Favoritism: An Experiment in an
African Democracy
Eric J. Kramon, George Washington University
Claire Leslie Adida, UCSD
Jessica Gottlieb, Texas A&M University
Gwyneth McClendon, Harvard University
Political Endorsements and Cross-Ethnic Voting in
Africa
Leonardo R. Arriola, University of California,
Berkeley
Donghyun Danny Choi, University of California,
Berkeley
Matthew Gichohi, University of California, Berkeley
Ethnic Favoritism in Kenyas Bureaucracy after
Independence
Jeremy Horowitz, Dartmouth College
Who Gets on the Ballot: Vote Buying, Ethnicity, and
Candidate Entry in Ghana
Nahomi Ichino, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Noah Nathan, University of Michigan
Dangerous Disconnect: Elite Misperception and Violence
Outbreak in Elections
Steven Rosenzweig, Yale University
DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES
11.21
ETHNIC POLITICS IN PAKISTAN, AFRICA, AND
CHINA
Room: PCC, 112-B
Chair: Clayton J. Cleveland, Ohio University
Disc:
Martin Mendoza-Botelho, Eastern Connecticut State
University
Papers: Ethnic Ties, Political Clout or Efficiency: Who Gets
What Services and Why?
Ghazia Aslam, George Mason University
Persistence Despite Change: Ethnicity and Power in
Africa
Beth Rabinowitz, Rutgers University
Public Goods Spending and Ethnic Identity in Rural
China
Elise Pizzi, University of Iowa
DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES
11.22
GOVERNANCE AND STATE PERFORMANCE
Room: PCC, 111-B
Chair: Samuel Brazys, University College Dublin

Thursday, 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM

Disc:

Maiah Jaskoski, Northern Arizona University

Papers: Elections and Goods Provision in Decentralized


Developing Countries
Barry Driscoll, Grinnell College
Making Development Work: The Quality of Government
Approach
Bo Rothstein, University of Oxford
Risks and Rewards: How Political Institutions Shape Oil
Income
Jordan Kyle, International Food Policy Research
Institute
When State Capacity Interferes with Policy Diffusion
Florence Larocque
DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES
11.23
SOCIAL MOVEMENTS AND CONTENTIOUS
POLITICS ACROSS REGIONS
Room: PCC, 113-A
Chair: Mneesha Gellman, Emerson College
Disc:
Jessica J. Price, Tulane University
Papers: Donor Funding & Social Movement Demobilization:
The Barabaig Movement, Tanzania
Kristin McKie, Saint Lawrence University
Resistance Movement Participation and Tax Morale in
Timor-Leste
Diana Greenwald, University of Michigan
The Student Movement and Welfare Politics in Third
Wave Asian Democracies
Illan Nam, Colgate University
DIVISION 14: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF ADVANCED
INDUSTRIAL SOCIETIES
11.24
WELFARE STATE AND INSTITUTIONS
Room: PCC, 110-AB
Chair: Christian Rudolf Thauer, The Hebrew University of
Jerusalem
Disc:
Erik Jones, Johns Hopkins University

DIVISION 15: EUROPEAN POLITICS AND SOCIETY


11.25
CONTENTIOUS POLITICS IN EUROPE
Room: PCC, 201-C
Chair: Katrin Uba, Uppsala University
Disc:
Katrin Uba, Uppsala University

DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY


11.26
THE POLITICS OF CENTRAL BANKING IN
ADVANCED ECONOMIES
Room: PCC, 103-A
Chair: Jeffry A. Frieden, Harvard University
Disc:
Jeffry A. Frieden, Harvard University
Papers: Policy ideas at the BoJ; Why breaking away from
monetary orthodoxy took so long?
Gene Park, Loyola Marymount University
Giacomo Chiozza, Victoria University of Wellington,
Political Science and International Relations
Programme
Saori N. Katada, University of Southern California
The Federal Reserves Support Coalition in Congress
J. Lawrence Broz, University of California, San
Diego
Forward Guidance as a New Idea: Changes in the MPC
Discourse of the MPC under King and Carney
Cheryl M. Schonhardt-Bailey, London School of
Economics
Derek William Valles
Central Bank Independence, Economic Growth, and
Inequality
Raymond Hicks
Cristina Bodea, Michigan State University
The ECB in the Brave New World of Broad Central
Banking
C. Randall Henning, American University-SIS
DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
11.27
DETERRENCE AND COERCION
Room: Marriott, Franklin 2
Chair: Keir Lieber, Georgetown University
Disc:
Keir Lieber, Georgetown University
Papers: Demonstrating Military Power: The Sources of
Successful Extended Deterrence
Evan B. Montgomery, Center for Strategic and
Budgetary Assessments
Stacie Pettyjohn, RAND Corporation
Deterrence Across Domains: How the Choice of Means
Affects Strategic Ends
Erik Gartzke, UCSD
Jon R. Lindsay, University of Toronto
Nuclear Deterrence Theory in Asia: Ideational Beliefs
and Nuclear Strategy
James Turner Simpson, Boston University
The Logic of Bargaining with Cyber Weapons
Richard Andres

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Papers: Inward Conquest: Health Care and Policing in the 19th


and Early 20th Centuries
Ben William Ansell, Nuffield College, University of
Oxford
Johannes Lindvall, Lund University
Political Contexts of the Age Orientation of the Welfare
State
Yesola Kweon
Kohei Suzuki, University of Gothenburg
Reforming the Banks: Mobilization and Control in
Europe and the United States
J. Nicholas Ziegler, Brown University
Rethinking the Social Investment State: Investment in
Ethnic Minorities
Amos Zehavi, Tel Aviv University
Dan Breznitz

Papers: Contentious Politics during Economic Crisis: SelfImmolation as a Form of Protest


Ingrid Bego, Western Carolina University
Democracy in Crisis: Mobilizing for Real Democracy
in Iceland and Scotland
Alyssa Maraj Grahame, University of Massachusetts
Amherst
Industrial Conflict in the European Union, 2005-2012
Nicholas Toloudis, The College of New Jersey
Rewarding Contention: Political Capital of Social
Movement Activists
Dominika Roksana Kruszewska

Thursday, 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM

DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY


11.28
THE DYNAMICS OF CIVIL CONFLICT
Room: Marriott, Franklin 1
Chair: Michael Weintraub, Binghamton University (SUNY)
Disc:
Michael Weintraub, Binghamton University (SUNY)

From Nonalignment to Strategic Autonomy: the


Evolution of Indias Foreign Policy
Szu-hsien Lee, National Tsing Hua University
Yu-tai Tsai, National Chung Cheng University
(Taiwan)
Monroes Legacy: Regional Exclusion Doctrines in
Comparative Perspective
Steven F. Jackson, Indiana University of
Pennsylvania
The Belt and Road Initiative and the Making of Chinas
Grand Strategy?
Lina Benabdallah, University of Florida

Papers: An Invitation to the Table: Inclusive Peace Agreements


in Civil Conflict
Caroline Brandt, UC Berkeley
Friends or Foes? Rebel to Rebel Relations and Multiparty Civil War Outcomes
Sema Hande Ogutcu-Fu, Binghamton University
(SUNY)
seden akcinaroglu, binghamton university
International Politics by Other Means: External Sources
of Civil War Escalation
Mark Toukan, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Military Intervention and Opposition Group
Fragmentation in Civil Conflict
Daniel Gustafson, University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill
Stephen E. Gent, University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill

DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES


11.31
DISASTERS AND VIOLENCE
Room: Marriott, Salon A
Chair: Elena V. McLean, SUNY, University at Buffalo
Disc:
Resat Bayer, Koc University

DIVISION 19: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY AND ARMS


CONTROL
11.29
EXPLAINING THE VIOLENCE IN SYRIA
Room: PCC, 104-A
Chair: Howon Jeong, School of Conflict Analysis and
Resolution, George Mason University
Papers: Lessons from Syria: A Transformation in the Role of
Chemical Weapons?
Hassan Elbahtimy, Centre for Science and Security
Studies
Susan B. Martin, University of London, Kings
College
Geoffrey A. Chapman, King's College London
The International Order and the Arab Spring
Benjamin Miller, University of Haifa
When Civilians are Attacked: State Gender Equality and
Terrorist Targeting
Laura Huber, Emory University
Why Leaders Gas their Own People: Contrasting Causal
Mechanisms in Iraq & Syria
David Palkki, Air War College
Lawrence P. Rubin, Georgia Institute of Technology
Well Whack Them in the Outhouse: Russian
Counterinsurgency History and Syria
Andrea M. Lopez, Susquehanna University

DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES


11.32
ECONOMICS OF WAR
Room: Marriott, Salon B
Chair: Theresa Schroeder, Radford University
Disc:
Rosella Cappella, Boston University

DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY


11.30
GRAND STRATEGIES, GREAT POWERS,
COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES
Room: Marriott, Franklin 5
Chair: Bruce W. Jentleson, Duke University
Disc:
Bruce W. Jentleson, Duke University
Papers: A Marketing Theory of Chinas Rise and Niche Strategy
in International Relations
Chunman Zhang, Johns Hopkins University
Do Relative Economic and Military Strength Determine
Grand Strategy Choice?
Raymond W. Deppen, University of Missouri, St.
Louis

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Papers: Economic Sanctions and Disaster Preparedness


Elena V. McLean, SUNY, University at Buffalo
Taehee Whang, Texas A&M University
Health Rights, Epidemic Disasters and Political Unrest:
The Sickly Trinity
Graig R. Klein, New Jersey City University
Natural Disasters, Aid, and Conflict: The Case of Floods
in Colombia
Jorge Gallego, Universidad del Rosario
The Determinants of Environmental Migrants Conflict
Perception
Vally Koubi, ETH Zurich
Tobias Friedrich Karl Boehmelt, University of Essex
Gabriele S. Spilker, University of Salzburg
Lena M. Schaffer, ETH Zrich

Papers: Industrialization, Trade, and Democracy: Tracing the


Path Towards Zones of Peace
Alex Antony, Indiana University
Inequality, Redistributive Conflict, and the Changing
Pattern of War Finance
Chia-Chien Chang, UC Santa Barbara
Information, Markets, and War Dynamics
Jeffrey B. Arnold, University of Washington
The Business of Peace: New Data on The Role of
Corporations in Peace & Conflict
Molly M. Melin, Loyola University, Chicago
Promises in the Nuclear Age: Why Alliances Are
Violated More Often After 1945
Matthew Fuhrmann, Texas A&M University
Molly Berkemeier
DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES
11.33
THE STRATEGY OF NONVIOLENCE
Room: Marriott, Salon C
Chair: Luke N. Condra, University of Pittsburgh
Disc:
Ches Thurber, Northern Illinois University

Thursday, 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM

Papers: A Farewell to Arms? Reassessing the Effectiveness of


Non-Violent Resistance
Costantino Pischedda, University of Miami
Non-Violent Revolutions and Democratic Change
Marianne Dahl, PRIO / NTNU
Violent and Non-violent Electoral Contention in SubSaharan Africa
Manuel Vogt, Princeton University
How the Occupy Wall Street Movement Fails to Change
Privately Owned Public Space
Hao Cao, The University of Texas at Austin
DIVISION 22: LEGISLATIVE STUDIES
11.34
POLARIZATION IN CONGRESS
Room: Marriott, Franklin 8
Chair: Sean M. Theriault, University of Texas, Austin
Disc:
Mary Layton Atkinson, University of North Carolina,
Charlotte
Papers: Modeling Polarization in the Congress and the 50 State
Legislatures
Lynda W. Powell, University of Rochester
An Ideological Measure For All Bills: Congress is Not
as Polarized as its Output
Scott Guenther, University of California--San Diego
Does Intra-District Polarization Cause Party Polarization
in Congress?
Hiroki Kubo, Osaka University
The Causes of Fiscal Dysfunction in Congress
John M. Sides, George Washington University
The Pork Barrel, Polarization, and U.S. Congressional
Elections
Andrew H. Sidman, CUNY-John Jay College
DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY
11.35
INSTITUTIONAL DESIGN AND RESOURCES
REDISTRIBUTION
Room: Marriott, Franklin 12
Chair: Terry M. Moe, Stanford University
Disc:
Terry M. Moe, Stanford University
Bruce E. Cain, Stanford University

Papers: Voters, Activists and Policy Representation


Jan E. Leighley, American University
Jennifer Oser, Ben-Gurion University
Toward a New Theory of Democratic Regulatory
Governance
Jong-sung You, The Australian National University
Seung-Hun Hong, The Australian National University
The Tea Party Movement and Policy Responsiveness at
the State Level
Tony E. Carey, University of North Texas
Christopher S. Parker
What Factors Guide Issue Prioritization among Interest
Groups?
Darren R. Halpin, Australian National University
Anthony J. Nownes, University of Tennessee
Bert Fraussen, Australian National University
DIVISION 26: LAW AND COURTS
11.37
NEW DATA, NEW METHODS IN THE STUDY OF
LAW AND COURTS
Room: PCC, 113-B
Chair: Raul Alberto Sanchez Urribarri, La Trobe University
Disc:
Matthew C. Ingram, University at Albany, SUNY
Papers: Building a Cross-National Database of Jurisprudence on
Non-Citizens Rights
Rebecca Hamlin, University of Massachusetts,
Amherst
Bridging the Methodological Divide: Predictions and
Legal Scholarship
Christopher Krewson, University of Wisconsin,
Madison
Exploring Determinants of Judicial Performance in
Developing Countries
Joseph L. Staats, University of Minnesota, Duluth
The Ideological Content of Reversals v. Affirmances
Revisited
Doug Rice, University of Massachusetts
Gregory A. Caldeira
Charles E. Smith, University of Mississippi
Christopher Zorn, Pennsylvania State University
The Political Geography of European Legal Integration
R. Daniel Kelemen, Rutgers University, New
Brunswick
Tommaso Pavone, Princeton University
DIVISION 26: LAW AND COURTS
11.38
WORKING AROUND PUBLIC LAW AND
COURTS
Room: PCC, 203-A
Chair: Michael W. McCann, University of Washington, Seattle
Disc:
Michael W. McCann, University of Washington, Seattle
Papers: Commercial Arbitration as an Instrument of Corporate
Power
Eric Thomas George, York University

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Papers: Choice and Design in the Designation of Metropolitan


Planning Organizations
Susan Marie Miller, University of South Carolina
Elisabeth R. Gerber, University of Michigan
Justice For All? Relying on Legal Services Corporations
and Legal Aid Societies
Mathew D. McCubbins, University of Southern
California
Equity and Representation in States Water Grant
Allocation
Iris Hui, Stanford University
Bruce E. Cain, Stanford University
Examining the Impact of Direct Democracy on Finances
of Local Governments
Jason Thomas, Syracuse University
Yilin Hou, Syracuse University
Michelle Lynn Lofton, Syracuse University
PolicyTargeting as a Strategic Public Choice for
Redistributive Spending
Dong-Wook Lee, Claremont Graduate University

DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY


11.36
THE DYNAMICS OF INSTITUTIONAL,
ORGANIZATIONAL, AND POLICY
RESPONSIVENESS
Room: Marriott, Franklin 6
Disc:
Ginger Silvera, Zayed University

Thursday, 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM

The Effect of Retrenchment Threat on Lawsuit Claiming


Paul J. Gardner, Syracuse University
Sarah Staszak, Princeton University
The Master's Tools: Tribal Contracting and the Struggle
for Sovereignty
Danielle Delaney, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Framed? Media Construction of Legal Knowledge in an
Age of Litigation
Parker Read Hevron, Texas Woman's University
Jeb Barnes, University of Southern California
DIVISION 27: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW AND
JURISPRUDENCE
11.39
CONSTRUCTING RIGHTS, LAW, AND
COMMUNITIES
Room: Marriott, Room 304
Chair: Michelle D. Deardorff, University of Tennessee at
Chattanooga
Papers: Finding Common Ground: Judicial Conceptions of
Political Community
Stuart L Chinn, University of Oregon
Transforming Liberalism Through Corporate and
Community Rights
Elisabeth K. Chaves, Vassar College
The Role of the Courts in Transgender Rights
Susan Mezey, Loyola University, Chicago
Old Rights, New Problems: The Right to Petition in the
21st Century
Kevin J. McGravey, Merrimack College
DIVISION 28: FEDERALISM AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL
RELATIONS
11.40
GREAT TRANSFORMATIONS IN GERMAN
POLITICS: BETWEEN REFORM AND CHANGE
Room: Marriott, Room 303
Chair: Dominic Heinz, Leibniz Universitt Hannover
Iris Reus, University of Bamberg
Disc:
Victoria Elizabeth Tait
Iris Reus, University of Bamberg
Tobias Schulze-Cleven, Rutgers University
Papers: Political Monitoring in a Federated System: The Case of
Germany
Thomas D. Lancaster, Emory University
Governing the Big Data Society The Response to New
Regulatory Challenges
Lena Ulbricht, Berlin Social Science Center
Challenges but no Transformation: Religious Instruction
in Public Schools
Julia von Blumenthal, Humboldt Universtt zu Berlin
Steffen Beigang
Transformation of Federalism? Federalism Reform
impact on Lnder Policy-Making
Nicolai Dose, Universitt Duisburg Essen
Iris Reus, University of Bamberg
Public Broadcasting Funding: A Mastered Great
Transformation?
Dominic Heinz, Leibniz Universitt Hannover
Christian Herzog, Leuphana University Lueneburg
DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS RESEARCH
11.41
FEMINIST INSTITUTIONALISM AT 10 YEARS:
NEW PERSPECTIVES ON TRANSFORMATIVE
CHANGE
Room: Marriott, Franklin 7
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Chair:
Disc:

Vivien A. Schmidt, Boston University


S. Laurel Weldon, Purdue University

Papers: Formal and Informal Institutions: Key Challenges in


Analysis and Transformation
Georgina Waylen, University of Manchester
Looking Local: Sub-national Institutions and Policies on
Violence Against Women
Vivien Lowndes, University of Birmingham
Francesca Gains, University of Manchester
New Rules for the Worlds Women? Power, Agency and
UN Women
Fiona S. Mackay, University of Edinburgh
Formal Change, Informal Legacies: The Impact of
Gender Quotas in Ireland
Leah Culhane, University of Manchester
Merit in Cabinet Appointment? Informal Rules and
Women's Ministerial Recruitment
Claire Annesley, University of Sussex
Karen Beckwith, Case Western Reserve University
Susan Franceschet, University of Calgary
DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND POLITICS
11.42
DESCRIPTIVE REPRESENTATION
Room: Marriott, Meeting Room 501
Chair: Emily Farris, Texas Christian University
Disc:
Emily Farris, Texas Christian University
Rebecca J. Kreitzer, University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill
Papers: 'Colour Blind' Politics and the Obama Presidency
Richard Johnson, Oxford University
Winners from the Losing Team? Descriptive
Representation and Elections
Christian Dyogi Phillips, University of California Berkeley
Is Barack Obama a Good Descriptive Representative?
Tali Mendelberg, Princeton University
Pavielle Haines, Princeton University
Bennett Butler
Facing Diversity: Categorizing Ambiguous Candidates in
Canada and the US
Benjamin Forest, McGill University
Mike Medeiros, McGill University
Spencer Piston, Boston University
Asian Racial Conservatives in Parliament: A Study in
Race and Governmentality
Laura Jean Kwak, University of Toronto
DIVISION 33: RELIGION AND POLITICS
11.43
EVANGELICAL CHRISTIANITY
Room: Marriott, Franklin 9
Chair: Joanna Tice, The Graduate Center, CUNY
Disc:
Joanna Tice, The Graduate Center, CUNY
Papers: Religious Chickens or Partisan Eggs? Religious
Switching and Political Ideology
Jonathan Parent, Le Moyne College
Religious Dimensions of Symbolic Conservatism:
Pathways to Ideology
Jacob R. Neiheisel, University at Buffalo, SUNY

Thursday, 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM

Evangelical Political Economy and the Origins of the


Progressive Movement
John W. Compton, Chapman University
At the Crossroads: The New Politics of Latino and
Asian American Evangelicals
Janelle Wong
DIVISION 35: POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS AND
PARTIES
11.44
NEW FRONTIERS IN GROUP-PARTY
INTERACTIONS
Room: Marriott, Salon J
Chair: David Karol, University of Maryland
Disc:
Ruth Bloch Rubin, University of Chicago
Papers: Ahead of the Class: Feminists and Coalition Building in
the Democratic Party
Christopher Baylor, College of the Holy Cross
Institutionalizing Alliances: Parties and Incentives for
Group Recruitment
Katherine Krimmel, Boston University
Friends and Family: What Rewards Await Partisan
Interest Groups
Richard McGrath Skinner, Sunlight Foundation
Casey Byrne Dominguez, University of San Diego
Female Candidate Recruitment as a Function of Policy
Demanders
Rosalyn Cooperman, University of Mary Washington
Working Together in Washington? Partisanship and
Interest Group Cooperation
Jesse M. Crosson, University of Michigan
Michael T. Heaney, University of Michigan, Ann
Arbor
DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND VOTING BEHAVIOR
11.45
HOW DOES ELECTORAL CONTEXT AFFECT
VOTER AND CANDIDATE BEHAVIOR?
Room: Marriott, Salon D
Chair: Laurel Harbridge, Northwestern University
Disc:
Barry C. Burden, University of Wisconsin
Paul S. Herrnson, University of Connecticut

DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION


11.46
GET IT RIGHT THE FIRST TIME:
PREFERENCES FOR LEADER RESPONSIVENESS
AND REFORM
Room: Marriott, Salon I

Michael D. Martinez, University of Florida


Gabriel Lenz

Papers: Citizen Preferences for Legislator Responsiveness to


Different Influences
David L Vannette, Stanford University
Sean Westwood, Dartmouth College
How Do Americans Want Their Elected Representatives
to Make Laws?
Bo MacInnis, Stanford University
Sarah Anderson, University of California, Santa
Barbara
Jon A. Krosnick, Stanford University
The Language of Leaders and Public Opinion
Michael P. Colaresi, Michigan State University
Corwin D. Smidt, Michigan State University
Alon Peretz Kraitzman, Michigan State University
The Impact of Electoral- & Party-systems on
Congruence from a Micro-perspective
Mirjam Dagefrde, Sciences Po Paris
DIVISION 38: POLITICAL COMMUNICATION
11.47
COVERING CAMPAIGNS
Room: PCC, 112-A
Chair: Stephen J. Farnsworth, University of Mary Washington
Disc:
Michael W. Wagner, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Papers: Agenda Convergence in Congressional Campaigns
Danny Hayes, George Washington University
Jennifer L. Lawless, American University
Media Flows and Effects in the 2015 British General
Election
Susan A. Banducci, University of Exeter
Travis Coan
Gabriel Katz, IMT Institute for Advanced Studies
Lucca
Daniel Stevens, University of Exeter
Primary Influences: Campaign Communications in the
Local Press
Joshua P. Darr, Louisiana State University
Visualizing the 2016 Presidential Election
Tim Groeling, University of California-Los Angeles
DIVISION 39: SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND
ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS
11.48
DISASTERS, RISK AND GOVERNMENT
DECISIONS
Room: Marriott, Room 307
Chair: Louise K. Comfort
Disc:
Thomas A. Birkland, North Carolina State University
Papers: Administrative Traditions, Risk Aversion, and Adaption
to Climate Change
Adam Wellstead, Michigan Technological University
F.E.M.A. Disaster Recovery Rules and Local Climate
Adaptation Efforts
Bridget K. Fahey, Syracuse University
Operational Contingencies in Degraded Environments
Bob Smith, National Intelligence University
Mitchell Brown, Auburn University
Kathleen Hale, Auburn University

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND


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Papers: The Effect of Political Trust Under Unified and Divided


Government
David R. Jones, CUNY, Baruch College
The Difficult Kind: Challengers and the Problems Posed
by Electorates
Michael J. Ensley, Kent State University
Preferences and Partisanship: Party Cues, Frames, and
Attitudes on Trade
Christopher P. Donnelly, University of California,
Davis
Timothy W. Taylor, Wheaton College
Electoral Context and Presentation of Self
Taeyong Park, Washington University in St. Louis
Patrick Tucker, Washington University in St Louis
Collective Responsibility in Congressional Elections
Carlos Algara, University of California, Davis

Chair:
Disc:

Thursday, 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM

Risk Perceptions and Policy Learning in the Aftermath


of Extreme Flooding
Elizabeth Ann Albright, Duke University
Deserai Anderson Crow, University of Colorado
Denver
Lydia A. Lawhon
Policy Learning and Information Processing
Matthew Nowlin, College of Charleston

Short-term Changes in Voter Intention in Myanmar's


Landmark Election
David G. Tully
The Structural Weakness of a Tutelary Regime: A
Common Agency Approach
Yuki Takagi, Department of Political Science,
Stanford University
Hans Hanpu Tung, National Taiwan University
From Resistance Movements to Constitutionalism in
Emerging Democracies in Asia
Michael Curtis Davis, University of Hong Kong
Crisis Not Reequilibration: Post-Coup Instability in
Southeast Asian Democracies
Aries A. Arugay, University of the PhilippinesDiliman

DIVISION 40: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND


POLITICS
11.49
THE POLITICAL EFFECTS OF SOCIAL MEDIA
IN THE MIDDLE EAST
Room: Marriott, Salon KL
Chair: Marc Lynch, George Washington University
Disc:
Amaney Jamal, Princeton University
Papers: Ideological Diversity and Political Tolerance in Egyptian
Twitter Networks
Alexandra Arons Siegel, NYU
The Causes and Consequences of Misperceptions in the
Middle East
Thomas Zeitzoff, American University
Brendan Nyhan, Dartmouth College
Online Polarization in Egypts Failed Transition
Marc Lynch, George Washington University
Deen G. Freelon, American University
Incumbency Advantage and Online Dialogue in Iran
Navid Hassanpour, Columbia University
DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL SCIENCE
11.50
PRESENT ENVIRONMENTAL INEQUALITIES
AND TRANSFORMATIVE POTENTIALITIES
Room: Marriott, Meeting Room 502
Co-sponsored by Green Politics and Theory

Chair:
Disc:

Sarah Surak, Salisbury University


Sarah Surak, Salisbury University
Chad Lavin, University at Buffalo

Papers: (In)Visible (In)Justice


Jennifer Lawrence
Critical Transformative Politics and the New Green
Consensus
Andy Scerri, Virginia Tech
Ethos, Affirmation, and Transformation in the Work of
Herbert Marcuse
Michael Lipscomb, Winthrop University
Theorizing Deep Capital
Jonathan P. Schwartz, University of WisconsinMadison
Transformative Temporalities
Kellan Anfinson
DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE DEMOCRATIZATION
11.51
THE QUESTION OF DEMOCRACY IN ASIA
Room: Marriott, Franklin 4
Chair: Aqil Shah
Disc:
Meredith L. Weiss, University at Albany, SUNY
Aqil Shah
Papers: How Regime Responsiveness in China Facilitates
Protests, but not Revolts
Christian Goebel, University of Vienna

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DIVISION 45: HUMAN RIGHTS


11.52
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: CELEBRITIES IN US AND
INTERNATIONAL POLITICS
Room: PCC, 104-B
Chair: Carisa R. Showden, University of Auckland
Disc:
Carisa R. Showden, University of Auckland
Papers: Lights! Camera! Misinformation? Celebrities & Human
Trafficking
Samantha Ann Majic, CUNY-John Jay College
Migrant Celebrities in Greece
Sotirios Petropoulos, University of the Peloponnese
Human Rights, Democracy, and Celebrity
Mark Wheeler, London Metropolitan University
Celebritizing the Swedish Model: Celebrities &
Prostitution Decriminalization
Edith Kinney, San Jose State University
DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE METHODS
11.53
HOW TO BUILD A NATIONAL IDENTITY
DATABASE (LIKE A CONSTRUCTIVIST)
Room: Marriott, Franklin 13
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 43: INTERNATIONAL
HISTORY AND POLITICS

Chair:
Part:

Srdjan Vucetic, University of Ottawa


Ted Hopf, National University of Singapore
Bentley B. Allan, Johns Hopkins University
Bridget Coggins, University of California, Santa Barbara
Marina Duque, Harvard University

DIVISION 47: SEXUALITY AND POLITICS


11.54
CONTROLLING THE BODY
Room: PCC, 111-A
Chair: Beth Ginsberg
Disc:
Sarah Elizabeth Spengeman, Catholic University of
America
Papers: Assisted Reproductive Technology in Discourse: What's
Left "Not-said"?
Laci Hubbard-Mattix
Military Wives, State and Federal Insurance Plans, and
Surrogacy Benefits
Melissa Haussman, Carleton University
Amanda Grace Roberts
Sex Wars, SlutWalks, and Carceral Feminism
Lorna Norman Bracewell, University of Nebraska
Kearney
Transforming Gender Dualism Through Intersex
Activism: Two, Three, or No Gender
Angelika von Wahl, Lafayette College

Thursday, 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM

DIVISION 48: HEALTH POLITICS AND HEALTH POLICY


11.55
THE POLITICS OF PUBLIC HEALTH IN
DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
Room: PCC, 106-AB
Chair: Joseph Harris, Boston University
Disc:
Varun Gauri, The World Bank Group
Joseph Harris, Boston University
Papers: Democracy and Health: Insight from Argentina's
Provinces
James W. McGuire, Wesleyan University
State Responses to Public Health Challenges in Maoist
China and Nehruvian India
Prerna Singh, Brown University
Political Context, Organizational Type and the Quality
of Health Care Provision
Melani Cammett, Harvard University
Aytug Sasmaz, Harvard University
The Effect of Mass Bed Net Distribution Campaigns on
Politics in Tanzania
Kevin Croke
Non-Compliance with Polio Vaccination in Northern
Nigeria
Shelby Grossman, Harvard University
Jonathan Phillips
Leah R Rosenzweig
DIVISION 51: EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH
11.56
FIELD EXPERIMENTS ON SECURITY AND
VIOLENCE
Room: Marriott, Room 409
Chair: Bernd Beber, New York University
Disc:
Bernd Beber, New York University
Konstantin Ash, UC -San Diego
Joan Ricart-Huguet, Princeton University
Papers: A History of Violence: Field Evidence on Trauma,
Discounting and Present Bias
Vera Mironova
A Randomized Evaluation of State-Led Village Policing
in Papua New Guinea
Jasper Jack Cooper
Accountability, Transparency, and Conflict in the
Mining Sector of Peru
Renard J Sexton, New York University
DIVISION 52: MIGRATION AND CITIZENSHIP
11.57
MIGRANTS & HOST SOCIETIES
Room: PCC, 202-B
Chair: Sara Angevine, Whittier College
Disc:
Pete Mohanty, Stanford University

Papers: Case Management: Delegation or Abdication


William G. Weissert, Florida State University
Jeffrey Vincent Swanson, Florida State University
Nursing Student Perceptions of Older Adult Substance
Abuse
Sara J. Reed, Lewis University
The Bright Side of Ageing
Kieke G.H Okma
Michael K. Gusmano, The Hastings Center
12.2
CONFERENCE GROUP ON ITALIAN POLITICS
AND SOCIETY: ITALIAN POLITICS UNDER
RENZI AND BEYOND: TRANSFORMATION OR
STAGNATION?
Room: Marriott, Room 412
Chair: Martin J Bull, University of Salford
Papers: Renzi's Government and the Primacy of Politics
Maurizio Carbone, University of Glasgow
Simona Piattoni, University of Trento
Although Necessary, is Renzi's Leadership also
Sufficient for Changing Italy?
Sergio Fabbrini, Luiss Guido Carli
Renzi's Jobs Act: A New Era for the Italian Labour
Market Policy?
patrik vesan, University of Aosta Valley
Italian Party Financing in Comparative Perspective
Piero Ignazi, University of Bologna
Political Change and Stability in Russia and Italy
Vincent Della Sala, Universit degli Studi di Trento
12.3
LAW AND POLITICAL PROCESS STUDY
GROUP: BUCKLEY V. VALEO AT 40: NEW
THINKING, NEW DIRECTIONS ON CAMPAIGN
FINANCE
Room: Marriott, Room 414
Chair: Guy-Uriel Charles, Duke University School of Law
Part:
Richard L. Hasen, UC Irvine School of Law
Raymond J. La Raja, University of Massachusetts,
Amherst
Brian F. Schaffner, University of Massachusetts,
Amherst
Lee Drutman, New America
Diana Dwyre, California State University, Chico
Joel Mark Gora, Brooklyn Law School

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Papers: Islamophobia: Xenophobia or Religious Intolerance?


Marc Helbling, Social Science Research Center WZB
Richard Traunmuller, Goethe University Frankfurt
Migrant Visibility and Host-Society Attitudes toward
Migration
Jeffrey Daniel Pugh, University of MassachusettsBoston
The Suspicious Consensus: Ideological (Dis)similarities
in Immigration Attitudes
Alexander Kustov, Princeton University
Do Migrant Remittances Inhibit Sanction Success?
Joshua P. Malnight, University of California, Irvine

DIVISION 55: CLASS & INEQUALITY


11.58
AUTHORS MEET CRITICS: HACKER AND
PIERSON ON AMERICAN AMENSIA
Room: Marriott, Room 309
Chair: Nicholas Carnes, Duke University
Part:
Steven M. Teles
Henry Farrell, George Washington University
Theda Skocpol
Thomas E. Mann, University of California, Berkeley
Jacob S. Hacker, Yale University
Paul Pierson, University of California, Berkeley
Related Groups
12.1
AGING POLICY AND POLITICS GROUP:
POPULATION AGING: CHALLENGES TO
SOCIAL POLICY
Room: Marriott, Room 410
Chair: Michael K. Gusmano, The Hastings Center
Disc:
Michael K. Gusmano, The Hastings Center

Thursday, 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM

12.4
Room:
Chair:
Part:

WOMEN'S CAUCUS FOR POLITICAL SCIENCE:


THE TASK FORCE ON POLITICAL SCIENCE IN
THE 21ST C 5 YEARS LATER
Marriott, Room 411
Dianne M. Pinderhughes, University of Notre Dame
Michael A. Jones-Correa, Cornell University
Terri E Givens, Menlo College
Denise Marie Walsh, University of Virginia
Sherri L. Wallace, University of Louisville
Valeria Sinclair-Chapman, Purdue University
Lisa Garcia Bedolla, University of California, Berkeley
Luis Ricardo Fraga
Nikol G. Alexander-Floyd, Rutgers University

Thursday, 8:00 AM to 5:30 PM


Division Panels
DIVISION 13: THE POLITICS OF COMMUNIST AND
FORMER COMMUNIST COUNTRIES
13.1
CHINESE POLITICS: CONTESTATION FROM
WITHIN AND BELOW
Room: Marriott, Room 415
Chair: Bruce J. Dickson, George Washington University
Lily L. Tsai, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Pierre F. Landry
Jennifer Pan, Stanford University
Victor C. Shih, UCSD
Disc:
Margaret E Roberts, University of California, San Diego
Yiqing Xu, University of California, San Diego
Rory Truex, Princeton University
Edmund J. Malesky, Duke University
Haifeng Huang, University of California, Merced
Papers: Measuring Ideology Using Social Media Data
Yiqing Xu, University of California, San Diego
Ideology under Autocracy: Explaining Political
Participation in China
Jason Yuyan Wu, University of California, San Diego
Evaluating Labor Markets of Online Crowdsourcing
Platforms in China
Xiaojun Li, University of British Columbia
Weiyi Shi, UCSD
Boliang Zhu, Pennsylvania State University
Pollution and Regime Support: Quasi-Experimental
Evidence from Beijing
Meir Alkon, Princeton University
Erik H Wang, Princeton University
Understanding Red Memory: Maoist Nostalgia in
Contemporary China
Jeffrey Arshad Javed
Iza Ding, University of Pittsburgh
Contentious Politics and Authoritarian Coercive Capacity
Yuhua Wang, Harvard University
Chih-Jou Jay Chen, Academia Sinica
Meritocracy vs. Factionalism: Evidence from Xi
Jinpings Corruption Crackdown
Peter L. Lorentzen, University of California, Berkeley
Xi Lu
The Pitfalls of Information Gathering Through Citizen
Complaints
Jennifer Pan, Stanford University
Authoritarian Rule of Law: Experimental Evidence from
Chinese Courts
Yue Hou
Daniel Mattingly, Stanford University

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How does Property Tax Reform Affect CitizenGovernment Relations in China?


Xiaobo Lu, University of Texas at Austin
Lily L. Tsai, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Imperial Exams as a Representative Institution
Tianyang Xi, Peking University
We Asked You: Policy Preferences and Consultative
Democracy in China
Dimitar D Gueorguiev, Syracuse University
The Logic of Authoritarian Political Selection: Evidence
from China
Hanzhang Liu, Columbia University
Moving In and Moving Up? Labor Conditions and
China's Changing Development Model
Mary E. Gallagher, University of Michigan, Ann
Arbor
Yujeong Yang
The Precarious Policy of Censorship
Tianguang Meng, Tsinghua University
Jennifer Pan, Stanford University
Margaret E Roberts, University of California, San
Diego
Religious Institutions and the Impact of Inter-Ethnic
Inequality on Conflict
Xun Cao, Penn State University
Chuyu Liu, Pennsylvania State University
Yingjie Wei, Shanghai Jiaotong University
Political and Economic Consequences for Chinese Cities
of Anti-Japanese Protests
Jeremy L. Wallace, Cornell University
Jessica Chen Weiss, Yale University
Kevin Foley, Cornell University
Why Do Autocrats Manipulate Nationalism?: Evidence
from China
Chuyu Liu, Pennsylvania State University
Xiao Ma, University of Washington
The Great Firewall in Comparative Perspective
Rory Truex, Princeton University
Strategic Shuffling of Provincial Leadership Teams in
China
David Janoff Bulman, Ash Center, Harvard Kennedy
School
Kyle Alan Jaros, Harvard Kennedy School
Patronage Networks, Particularistic Accountability, and
Economic Performance
Junyan Jiang, University of Chicago
Intra-factional Competition, Media Coverage and
Political Promotion in China
Ji Yeon (Jean) Hong, Hong Kong University of
Science and Technology
Uncovering Hierarchies Using Career Paths and Network
Measures
Franziska Barbara Keller, Columbia University
Data Manipulation, Collusion, and the Tournament
Model
Steven Matthew Oliver, Yale-NUS College

Thursday, 8:30 AM to 9:30 AM


APSA Events
14.1
APSA COMMITTEE ON THE STATUS OF ASIAN
PACIFIC AMERICANS BUSINESS MEETING
Room: Marriott, Room 308

Thursday, 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM

Thursday, 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM

Division Panels

Theme Panels
15.1
POLICING IN COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE:
POLICE VIOLENCE, CORRUPTION AND
DEMOCRACY
Room: PCC, Ballroom AB
Chair: Deborah Yashar, Princeton University
Disc:
Vesla Mae Weaver, Yale University

DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT AND PHILOSOPHY:


HISTORICAL APPROACHES
17.1
MACHIAVELLI IN CONTEXT(S)
Room: PCC, 106-AB
Chair: Matthias Riedl, Central European University
Disc:
Daniel J. Kapust, University of Wisconsin, Madison
J.S. Maloy, University of Louisiana, Lafayette
Papers: Method and Episteme: Ibn Khaldun and Machiavelli on
Methods
Bettina Koch, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and
State University
Polybius as Monarchist? Receptions of Histories VI
before Machiavelli
Cary J Nederman, Texas A&M University
Machiavelli and the Ciompi
Benedetto Fontana, CUNY-Baruch College
DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY
17.2
BEYOND CRITIQUE: REVITALIZING FEMINIST
POLITICAL THEORY
Room: PCC, 108-B
Chair: Laurie E. Naranch, Siena College
Disc:
Lori Marso, Union College
Papers: Rethinking Feminist Political Universals
Angela Maione, Harvard University
Collective Feminist Visions: Manifestos from Around
the World, 1915-2015
Penny A. Weiss
(Re)Politicizing Rape: A Feminist Politics of
Violence & Freedom
Emily Christensen, University of Washington
Rosa Luxemburgs Standstill of Accumulation in a Time
of Slow Death
Alison K. Staudinger, University of Wisconsin, Green
Bay
DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY
17.3
CULTURAL FORMATIONS OF NEOLIBERALISM
Room: PCC, 108-A
Chair: George M. Shulman, New York University
Disc:
Nina Hagel, Bates College
Papers: Humility, Autonomy, and War-Worn Subjects
Sara L. Rushing, Montana State University, Bozeman
The Elevation of the Private in Contemporary
Conservative Formations
Ashleigh Campi, University of Chicago
Feeding on Black Pain: Assuaging White Anxiety in
Neoliberal Times
Ella Myers, University of Utah
The Absent Factory: Towards a New Critical Theory of
Postindustrial Capitalism
Lucas Guimaraes Pinheiro, University of Chicago
DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY
17.4
THE POLITICS OF PLACE
Room: PCC, 113-A
Chair: Cigdem Cidam, Union College
Disc:
Ali Aslam, Mount Holyoke College
Paulina Ochoa Espejo, Haverford College

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Papers: Local Lobbying: Diverse Communities and Conflicting


Goals
Laurel Eckhouse
The Informal Regulation of Drug Trafficking in Latin
America
Hernan Flom, University of California-Berkeley
The Social Origins of Institutional Weakness and
Change
Yanilda Maria Gonzalez
The Enduring Effects of State Repression on Trust in
State Security Institutions
Anita Ravishankar
The State as Organized Crime: Industrial Organization
of the Police in the DRC
Raul Sanchez de la Sierra, Harvard University
15.2
THE QUALITATIVE TRANSPARENCY
DELIBERATIONS: AN INTERIM REPORT
Room: PCC, 204-C
Chair: Kimberly J. Morgan, George Washington University
Part:
Tim Buthe
Alan M. Jacobs, University of British Columbia
Kimberley S. Johnson, Barnard College
Sarah E. Parkinson, University of Minnesota
Andrew Bennett, Georgetown University
15.3
TRANSFORMATIONS IN HIGHER EDUCATION:
PERSPECTIVES FROM SCHOLARPRACTITIONERS
Room: PCC, 114
Chair: Virginia Sapiro, Boston University
Part:
Henry E. Brady, University of California, Berkeley
Peter Lange
Melissa Nobles, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Virginia Sapiro, Boston University
APSA Events
16.1
GOVERNANCE REFORM ROUNDTABLE
Room: PCC, 113-C
Chair: David A. Lake, University of California, San Diego
Part:
Jeffrey M. Berry, Tufts University
Terri E Givens, Menlo College
Kerstin Hamann, University of Central Florida
Jonathan GS Koppell, Arizona State University
Brett Ashley Leeds, Rice University
Joanne Miller, University of Minnesota
Jeffrey A. Segal, SUNY, Stony Brook University
Dara Z. Strolovitch, Princeton University
Elizabeth Super, American Political Science Association
16.2
RALPH BUNCHE SUMMER INSTITUTE (RBSI)
ORIENTATION MEETING
Room: Marriott, Room 301

Thursday, 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM

Papers: Arendt and Hegel on Place-Making and the Chaos of


Things
Anna Jurkevics
Locality, Identity, and the Politics of Place
Warren Magnusson
Time for Change: Bringing Activist Epistemology to
Comparative Political Theory
Elva Fabiola Orozco Mendoza, Drexel University
Foreign Influence and Democratic Politics
Lucia M. Rafanelli, Princeton University
DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL THEORY
17.5
DELIBERATIVE DEMOCRACY IN EVERYDAY
POLITICS
Room: PCC, 105-AB
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE
POLITICS

Chair:
Disc:

Michael S. Lewis-Beck, university of iowa


Christopher Manick, University of Florida
Michael S. Lewis-Beck, university of iowa
Jane Mansbridge, Harvard Kennedy School

Papers: Deliberative Democracy in Nicaragua


Leslie E. Anderson, University of Florida
Democratic Illusions in Canadian Public Policy
Genevieve Fuji Johnson
Consensus Deliberation in the Greek Political
Assemblies
Mirko Canevaro
Deliberative Democracy in Latin America: A
Comparative Assessment
Thamy Pogrebinschi, WZB Berlin Social Science
Center
DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL THEORY
17.6
MARKETS, JUSTICE AND CITIZENSHIP
Room: PCC, 107-B
Chair: Joseph H. Carens, University of Toronto
Disc:
Brian Berkey, University of Pennsylvania
Chiara Cordelli, The University of Chicago
Papers: The Shared Burdens of Social Cooperation
Lucas Stanczyk, MIT
The Ethics of Economic Growth
Julie L. Rose, Dartmouth College
Social Equality in a Market Society
Jeff Spinner-Halev, University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill
Charity Boxes, Street Begging, and Distributive Justice
Cristian Perez, Pontificia Universidad Catlica de
Chile
DIVISION 5: POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY
17.7
EVALUATIONS AND INFERENCES IN
CAMPAIGN ENVIRONMENTS
Room: Marriott, Franklin 10
Chair: Samara Klar, University of Arizona
Disc:
Emily Thorson, Boston College
Cengiz Erisen, TOBB University of Economics and
Technology
Papers: How Political Advertising Tone Affects Cognitive
Processing
Keena Lipsitz

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Testing the Online Model of Candidate Evaluation in a


More Realistic Environment
Richard R. Lau, Rutgers University, New Brunswick
Mona S. Kleinberg, University of Massachusetts,
Lowell
Hector Bahamonde, Rutgers University
Cognitive Styles and Political Learning in Electoral
Campaigns
Gema M. Garcia Albacete, Carlos III-Juan March
Institute of Social Sciences (IC3JM)
Mnica Ferrn, Collegio Carlo Alberto
Marta Fraile, CSIC
Perceptions of competence in candidates faces and
voices influences vote choice
Casey A. Klofstad
Trait Inferences in High-Information Environments
Tessa M. Ditonto
Kyle Mattes, University of Iowa
DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY
17.8
BUREAUCRACY AND STATE CAPACITY
Room: PCC, 103-C
Chair: Quintin H. Beazer, Florida State University
Disc:
Quintin H. Beazer, Florida State University
Brendan Pablo Montagnes, Emory University
Papers: Bureaucratic Leadership and State Capacity: Evidence
from the Philippines
Nico Ravanilla, Stanford University
Mark Dincecco, University of Michigan
Bureaucrats and Politicians: Electoral Competition and
Dynamic Incentives
Anusha Nath, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
and University of Minnesota
Rational Sclerosis: A Theory of Transactional Rigidity
and Economic Development
Alberto Simpser, ITAM
Cesar Martinelli, Centro de Investigacin Econmica
Corporate Production of State Capacity: Evidence from a
Natural Experiment
Austin Wright, Princeton University
Discrimination in Strategic Settings
Dominik Duell, University of Essex
Dimitri Landa, NYU
DIVISION 7: POLITICS AND HISTORY
17.9
MENUS OF (ELECTORAL) MANIPULATION
Room: PCC, 203-B
Chair: Dawn L. Teele, University of Pennsylvania
Disc:
Lucas Leemann
Joanna Didi Kuo
Papers: Shaping Competition: Allies Party Licensing and the
German Extreme Right
Giovanni Capoccia, University of Oxford
Grigore Pop-Eleches, Princeton University
The People and the Party: Disfranchisement and Party
Building
David Alexander Bateman, Cornell University
Voting for the Lesser Evil: Corruption, Intimidation, and
Clientelism in Romanian elections
Isabela Mares, Columbia University
Giancarlo Visconti, Columbia University

Thursday, 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM

Political Cleavages and Opposition to Female Voters in


France, 1918-1944
Dawn L. Teele, University of Pennsylvania
Black Civil War Veterans and the Fight to Redeem the
Promise of Rights
Michael Weaver, Yale University
DIVISION 8: POLITICAL METHODOLOGY
17.10
CAUSAL INFERENCE IN RANDOMIZED
EXPERIMENTS
Room: Marriott, Franklin 3
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 51: EXPERIMENTAL
RESEARCH

Chair:
Disc:

Corrine M. McConnaughy, George Washington


University
Christian Fong, Stanford University
Christopher B Mann, Skidmore College

Papers: Analyzing Rerandomized Experiments with HorvitzThompson Estimation


Joel A. Middleton, UC Berkeley
Chris James Kennedy, University of California,
Berkeley
Messy Data, Robust Inference? Assessing New
Bayesian & Non-Parametric Techniques
Pete Mohanty, Stanford University
Robert Shaffer, University of Texas, Austin
Randomization Inference for Outcomes with Clumping
at Zero
Luke Keele, Georgetown University
DIVISION 8: POLITICAL METHODOLOGY
17.11
CODING AND VALIDATING POLITICAL EVENT
DATA
Room: Marriott, Franklin 11
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE
POLITICS
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES

Chair:
Disc:

Brice Acree, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill


Brice Acree, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Emily Hencken Ritter, University of Cailfornia, Merced

DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS


17.13
ACCOUNTABILITY AND CORRUPTION:
POLITICAL ELITES IN DEVELOPING
DEMOCRACIES
Room: PCC, 204-B
Chair: Daniel S. Treisman, University of California, Los
Angeles
Disc:
Daniel W. Gingerich, University of Virginia
Papers: Bureaucratic Discretion in Clientelistic Contexts:
Evidence from Malawi
Sarah Andrews, University of Virginia
Party-Centered Corruption and the Political Control of
Bureaucrats
Sarah Brierley, UCLA
Can SMS-Mobilization Increase Citizen Reporting of
Public Service Deficiencies?
Guy Grossman, University of Pennsylvania
Kristin Grace Michelitch, Vanderbilt University
Politicians: Experimental Evidence on Candidacy and
Performance
Saad Ahmad Gulzar, New York University
Yasir Khan, International Growth Center
Bureaucrats vs. Politicians: Evidence from a Field
Experiment on Oversight
Pia Raffler, Yale University
DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS
17.14
DEFINING AND DEPLOYING POLITICAL SPACE
IN ASIA
Room: PCC, 201-C
Chair: Meredith L. Weiss, University at Albany, SUNY
Disc:
Edward Aspinall, Australian National University
Suzaina Kadir, National University of Singapore
Papers: Conceptualizing Political Space and Mobilization in Asia
Eva Louise Hansson, Stockholm University
Meredith L. Weiss, University at Albany, SUNY
Postdemocratic Labour Control in South Korea: The
Erasure of Workers Space
Susan Lee Kang, CUNY- John Jay College
Policing Politics: Myanmars Military Regime and
Protest Spaces in Transition
Marco Bnte, Monash University Malaysia
Exit, Voice, Loyalty, and Shadow Across the
Urban-Rural Divide in China
Johan Lagerkvist, Stockholm University
New Modes of Participation in Singapore, the
Philippines and Malaysia
Garry Rodan, Murdoch University

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Papers: A Machine Learning Approach to the Measurement of


Electoral Violence
Sarah Birch, University of Glasgow
David Alan Muchlinski, University of Glasgow
Xiao Yang
A Methodological Framework for the Validation of
Political Event Data
Benjamin E. Bagozzi, University of Delaware
Patrick T. Brandt, University of Texas at Dallas
John R. Freeman, University of Minnesota, Twin
Cities
Measuring Consolidation of Power: Extracting Event
Data from Laws and Decrees
Natalie Ahn, University of California-Berkeley
Using Scalable Machine Learning to Understand Violent
Collective Action
Lefteris Jason Anastasopoulos, University of Georgia
Jake Ryland Williams, University of California,
Berkeley
Monitoring Violence: Real-Time Change Detection for
Conflict Event Data
Philipp Hunziker, ETH Zurich

DIVISION 9: TEACHING AND LEARNING IN POLITICAL


SCIENCE
17.12
PROMOTION LETTERS: PROBLEMS OF SELFSELECTION & 'DEVALUATION'
Room: Marriott, Room 305
Chair: Bartholomew H. Sparrow, The University of Texas at
Austin
Part:
John J. Coleman, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
Robert C. Lieberman, Johns Hopkins University
Jane Y. Junn, University of Southern California
Kurt Weyland, University of Texas, Austin

Thursday, 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM

DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS


17.15
SURVEY AND LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS IN
THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA
Room: PCC, 201-B
Chair: Tarek E. Masoud, Harvard University
Disc:
Tarek E. Masoud, Harvard University
Papers: Passive Support for the Islamic State: Evidence from a
Survey Experiment
Amaney Jamal, Princeton University
Michael Robbins, Princeton University
Mark Tessler, University of Michigan
Qualification or Affiliation? Explaining Candidate
Evaluations among Arab Voters
Bethany Shockley, Qatar University
Justin Gengler, SESRI, Qatar University
Examining the Effects of Gender, Ethnicity, and
Islamism on Voter Preferences
Lindsay J. Benstead, Portland State University
Kristen Kao, University of Gothenburg
Ellen M. Lust, University of Gothenburg
Refugee Responses to Foreign Intervention in the Syrian
Civil War
Daniel Corstange, Columbia University
Drivers of Societal Tolerance: Rational, Elitist,
Emotional or Religious?
Mazen Hassan, Cairo University
Marwa Shalaby, Rice University
DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS
17.16
TRANSITIONS FROM CLIENTELISTIC TO
PROGRAMMATIC PARTY COMPETITION
Room: PCC, 109-AB
Chair: Herbert Kitschelt, Duke University
Disc:
Carl Dahlstrom, University of Gothenburg
Papers: The Foundation of Policy-based Politics in Africa
Nic Cheeseman
Ethnic Group Inequality, Clientelism and Programmatic
Linkage
Kiril Kolev
Yi-ting Wang, National Cheng Kung University
Political Economy of Programmatic and Clientelistic
Partisan Politics
Herbert Kitschelt, Duke University
The Political Economy of Meritocracy: Elections and
Bureaucracy in Indonesia
Ward Berenschot, Royal Netherlands Institute of
Southeast Asian Studies (KITLV)
DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES
17.17
LEGACIES OF HISTORICAL AND COLONIAL
PAST IN SOUTH ASIA
Room: PCC, 111-B
Chair: Irfan Nooruddin, Georgetown University
Disc:
Francesca R. Jensenius, Norwegian Institute of
International Affairs
Rajesh Ramachandran, Goethe University
Papers: Land, State Capacity, and Colonialism: Evidence from
India
Alexander Lee, University of Rochester
Land Tenure and Communist Insurgency in India
Anoop K. Sarbahi, University of Minnesota

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How Colonial Ideas Shaped Postcolonial Imaginings of


Development in India
Prerna Singh, Brown University
The Colonial Origins of Democratic Dominance: The
INC in Comparative Perspective
Adam W. Ziegfeld, George Washington University
Democratization Through Competition: Historical
Lessons from India
Maya Jessica Tudor
Adam W. Ziegfeld, George Washington University
DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES
17.18
POLITICS OF CHINAS INVESTMENT AND
RESOURCE EXTRACTION IN AFRICA & LATIN
AMERICA
Room: PCC, 201-A
Chair: Carsten Vala, Loyola University Maryland
Disc:
Deborah Brautigam, Johns Hopkins/SAIS
Papers: African Agency and Resource Management: the Case of
China Exim Bank in Angola
Lucy Jane Corkin, RMB Westport
Resource-Based Development and the Politics of
Chinese Investment in Namibia
Meredith J DeBoom, University of Colorado, Boulder
Chinas Global Capital vs Social Forces: Contention
over Chiles Copper Mines
Carsten Vala, Loyola University Maryland
The Mediated Migration of Chinese Small-Scale Gold
Miners in Ghana
Yang Jiao, Miami University
DIVISION 14: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF ADVANCED
INDUSTRIAL SOCIETIES
17.19
MIGRATION, ETHNICITY AND PROTEST
Room: PCC, 110-AB
Chair: Markus M. L. Crepaz, University of Georgia
Disc:
Markus M. L. Crepaz, University of Georgia
Papers: Homegrown Terrorism: Why is France Under Attack,
Why Has Germany Been Spared?
Dorle Hellmuth, The Catholic University of America
Purgatory, Protest, or Paralysis? Domestic Politics and
the Refugee Crisis
Sean Christopher Anderson, Wayne State University
Quiet Riot: Estimating a Causal Effect of Protest
Violence
Emiliano Raphael Huet-Vaughn, Middlebury College
Selecting by Ethnicity: Remigration Policies in The
Netherlands and Japan
Michael Orlando Sharpe, CUNY-York College
DIVISION 15: EUROPEAN POLITICS AND SOCIETY
17.20
EUROPE'S INTERSECTING CRISES
Room: PCC, 203-A
Chair: Kim Lane Scheppele, Princeton University
Part:
R. Daniel Kelemen, Rutgers University, New Brunswick
Gary Marks, UNC - Chapel Hill & VU Amsterdam
Kathleen R. McNamara, Georgetown University
Sergio Fabbrini, Luiss Guido Carli
Matthias M. Matthijs, Johns Hopkins University

Thursday, 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM

DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY


17.21
DISPUTES IN THE WORLD TRADE
ORGANIZATION
Room: PCC, 103-A
Chair: Richard Nielsen
Disc:
Jennifer L Tobin, Georgetown University
Marc L. Busch, Georgetown University

DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY


17.24
CHINA IN THE WORLD
Room: Marriott, Franklin 1
Chair: Oriana Skylar Mastro, Georgetown University
Disc:
Oriana Skylar Mastro, Georgetown University

Papers: Regime Type and Assertiveness in the WTO


Cristiane Carneiro, University of Sao Paulo
Flvio da Cunha Rezende, Federal University of
Pernambuco
Thiago Rodrigues So Marcos Nogueira, Center for
Global Trade and Investments - CGTI / So Paulo
School of Economics - FGV
Screening for Losers: Institutions and Information
Jason S. Davis
Promoting Cooperation by Bringing More Disputes
Yoo-Sun Jung, Texas A&M University

Papers: Chinas Rise and the Engagement-Containment Debate


Brandon Yoder, National University of Singapore
"On the Verge of Alliance": Defining and Explaining
China-Russia Relations
Alexander Korolev, National University of Singapore
Rhetorical Entrapment toward China: The Present, the
Past, and the Future
Chi-hung Wei, Princeton University
Christina Jun-Yao Lai, China and the World
Program, Princeton University
Unipolarity in Historical China: Moving Beyond
Americentrism
Yuan-kang Wang, Western Michigan University

DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY


17.22
ECONOMIC GLOBALIZATION AND PUBLIC
OPINION
Room: PCC, 103-B
Chair: Eyal Rubinson, Tel Aviv University
Disc:
Adam Dean

DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY


17.25
PUBLIC OPINION AND INTERNATIONAL
CONFLICT
Room: Marriott, Franklin 2
Chair: Abby Post, University of Virginia
Disc:
Bernd Beber, New York University

Papers: Self-Interest or Worldview: Who Supports International


Redistribution in the US?
Gautam Nair, Yale University
Paternalism, Race, and Foreign Aid: Two Replications
Lauren Prather, University of California, San Diego
Andy Baker, University of Colorado, Boulder
Voting for Capital Mobility: Self-Interest and Attitudes
about Capital Controls
Stephen Craig Nelson, Northwestern University
David A. Steinberg, Johns Hopkins University
Globalization and Welfare State Attitudes in Newly
Industrialized Asia
Sijeong Lim, University of Amsterdam
Brian Burgoon, University of Amsterdam

Papers: Civilian Casualties and American Public Support for


Military Interventions
Won Steinbach, Duke University
How does Public Opinion affect Foreign Policy?
Michael R. Tomz, Stanford University
Jessica L. P. Weeks, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Keren Yarhi-Milo, Princeton University
Hypocrisy Costs in Crisis Bargaining: An Experimental
Approach
Abby Post, University of Virginia
Pandering to War: Military Escalation in Response to
Public Demand
Brandon Merrell, University of California, San Diego
Strategic Speech and International Politics
Arthur A. Stein

DIVISION 17: INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION


17.23
BARGAINING AND NEGOTIATION
Room: PCC, 102-A
Disc:
Hartmut Lenz, SOKA, University Tokyo

DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY


17.27
CRITIQUING CORE CONCEPTS IN FOREIGN
POLICY ANALYSIS
Room: Marriott, Franklin 5
Chair: Christopher Darnton, Naval Postgraduate School
Disc:
Christopher Darnton, Naval Postgraduate School
Papers: A Seasons Theory of Foreign Policy Change: Hawks,
Doves, and Domestic Politics
Lori Helene Gronich, George Washington University
Anthony M. Bell, Center for Strategic &
International Studies

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Papers: Bargaining in the UN Security Councils Formal and


Informal Meetings
Richard Loeza, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Bordering on Peace: Border Settlement and International
Economic Cooperation
Gina Marie Riccardella, University of Notre Dame
Gary Goertz
Brokering Security Cooperation: Diplomacy,
Perceptions, and the Origins of NATO
Daisuke Minami, George Washington University
Brian Radzinsky, George Washington University
How Does Trust Among Ambassadors Affect Diplomacy
in International Negotiations?
Shawn L. Ramirez, Emory University
Trade, Conflict, and Compromise: Incentives for
Cooperative Bargaining Outcomes
Ryan Brutger, Princeton University

DIVISION 19: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY AND ARMS


CONTROL
17.26
NUCLEAR SECURITY: PAST AND PRESENT
Room: PCC, 104-A
Chair: Sonja M. Amadae, University of Helsinki
Part:
Patrick M. Morgan
Francis J. Gavin, MIT
Michael Desch, University of Notre Dame
Robert Jervis, Columbia University

Thursday, 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM

Measuring and Reclassifying Soft Power Instruments


Judit Trunkos
Risk Disposition and Deterrence Effectiveness: An
Experimental Examination
Zachary Zwald, University of Houston
Jeffrey D. Berejikian, University of Georgia
DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES
17.28
DATA, CHALLENGES, & OPPORTUNITIES IN
THE EMPIRICAL STUDY OF SUBNATIONAL
VIOLENCE
Room: Marriott, Salon B
Chair: Michael Horowitz, University of Pennsylvania
Disc:
Jonathan D. Caverley, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology
Papers: The Foundations of Rebel Groups in Latin America
Kathleen Gallagher Cunningham, University of
Maryland, College Park
Jessica Maves Braithwaite, University of Arizona
Honor Among Thieves: Understanding Cooperation
Among Violent Non-State Actors
Michael Horowitz, University of Pennsylvania
Philip B. K. Potter, University of Virginia
Where Women Fight: New Data on Women's
Participation in Rebel Groups
Jakana Thomas, Michigan State University
Days of Contention: Introducing NAVCO 3.0
Erica Chenoweth, University of Denver
Jonathan Pinckney, Sie Cheou-Kang Center,
University of Denver
Civilian-Militant Interactions in Terrorist Territories
Joel K. Day, University of Denver
Evan Perkoski, Harvard Kennedy School
DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES
17.29
DISAGGREGATING PEACEKEEPING: NEW
DATA ON OPERATION ATTRIBUTES
Room: Marriott, Salon A
Chair: Kristin Marie Bakke, University College London
Disc:
Lisa Hultman, Uppsala University
Papers: The Effect of Different Troop Deployments on Conflict
Initiation by Host States
Michael E. Flynn, Kansas State University
Carla Martinez Machain, Kansas State University
Mandating Security: UN Peacekeeping Mandates and
Civilian Protection
Gabriella Elizabeth Lloyd, The Ohio State University
Blue Helmets, Mission Leadership and Mission
Effectiveness
Vincenzo Bove, University of Warwick
Andrea Ruggeri, University of Oxford
Making Electoral Peace: How Peacekeeping Activities
Influence Electoral Violence
Hannah Smidt
DIVISION 22: LEGISLATIVE STUDIES
17.30
LEGISLATIVE ORGANIZATION AND
IMMIGRANT-ORIGIN REPRESENTATIVES IN
EUROPE
Room: Marriott, Room 303
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 15: EUROPEAN POLITICS
AND SOCIETY

Chair:

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Kaare Wallace Strom, University of California, San


Diego

Papers: Rules of Procedure and the Floor Activities of


Immigrant-Origin Legislators
Lucas Geese
Jean-Benoit Pilet, Universite Libre de Bruxelles
Thomas Saalfeld, University of Bamberg
The Presence of Citizens of Immigrant Origin in
Regional Legislaures
Rgis Dandoy, University of Louvain
Laura Morales, University of Leicester
Parliamentary Parties as Contexts for Descriptive and
Substantive Representation
Thomas Saalfeld, University of Bamberg
Jorge Miguel Fernandes, University of Bamberg
Committees as Contexts for Descriptive and Substantive
Representation
Jorge Miguel Fernandes, University of Bamberg
Thomas Saalfeld, University of Bamberg
DIVISION 24: PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
17.31
PRIVATE MANAGEMENT | PUBLIC VALUE
Room: Marriott, Franklin 12
Chair: Manny P. Teodoro, Texas A&M University
Papers: A Missing Link between Fiscal Shock and Privatization
Gyeo Reh Lee, Indiana University
Political Accountability and Public-Private Infrastructure
Partnerships
Anthony Michael Bertelli, New York University
Valentina Mele, Universit Bocconi
Public Participation, Conservation, & Compliance in
Water Utility Privatization
David Switzer, Texas A&M University
Profit from Administration: Examining Bankruptcys
Street-Level Bureaucrats
Serena Laws
DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY
17.32
HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES ON PUBLIC
POLICY
Room: Marriott, Franklin 4
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 7: POLITICS AND HISTORY

Chair:
Disc:

Emily D. Bello-Pardo, American University


Phil Nicholas, Independent Scholar
Michael Callaghan Pisapia, Wake Forest University

Papers: A Century of Transformation in Child Policy


Brenda K. Bushouse, University of Massachusetts
Doug Imig, University of Memphis
At the Pleasure of the State: Policy, Politics, and
Government Support for HBCUs
Deondra Rose, Duke University
State and Local Enforcement of Fair Housing Policy
Charles M. Lamb, University at Buffalo, SUNY
Eric M. Wilk
The Creation of a Constituency: The Tennessee Valley
Authority, 1933-1962
Devin Caughey, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology
Sara N. Chatfield, University of Denver
National ID Card Proposals in the 1970s: Backlash,
Support, and Politics
Magdalena Krajewska, Wingate University

Thursday, 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM

DIVISION 26: LAW AND COURTS


17.33
EXPLAINING JUDICIAL DECISION MAKING
(USCOA AND US STATE COURTS)
Room: PCC, 113-B
Chair: John P. Kastellec, Princeton University
Disc:
John P. Kastellec, Princeton University
Nicholas Almendares, Tulane University
Papers: Fragmentation and Litigation Outcomes in Contemporary
US Policy Implementation
Miranda Yaver, Washington University in St. Louis
How Equal is Equal? The EEOC and the Federal Court
of Appeals
Scott H. Ainsworth, University of Georgia
The Diffusion of the Law in the American States
Abigail A Rury, University of Iowa
The Players Matter: Attorney Influence on Trial-Level
Outcomes
Todd A. Collins, Western Carolina University
The Sentence of Death: Communication and Retention
Costs on State High Courts
Michael K. Romano, Shenandoah University
Todd A. Curry, University of Texas at El Paso
DIVISION 27: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW AND
JURISPRUDENCE
17.34
AMERICAN CONSTITUTIONAL
DEVELOPMENT: ACTORS, ORDERS, AND
CONFLICTS
Room: Marriott, Room 304
Chair: Rebecca McCumbers Flavin
Disc:
John E. Finn, Wesleyan University
Rebecca Hamlin, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Papers: Civic Constitutionalism and Civil Rights
Wayne D. Moore, Virginia Tech
Popular Constitutionalism, the States, and the New Deal
Revolution
Sean Beienburg, Lehigh University
The Union Indissoluble: Federalism and Antebellum
Constitutional Instability
Robinson Woodward-Burns, University of
Pennsylvania
Toward an Iconography of Multiple Orders: Visualizing
Constitutional Development
Eric Lomazoff, Villanova University
DIVISION 28: FEDERALISM AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL
RELATIONS
17.35
ISSUES IN FISCAL FEDERALISM
Room: Marriott, Room 306
Chair: Srinivas Parinandi, University of Colorado at Boulder
Disc:
Rene J. Johnson, Rhodes College
Daniel Blyth Magleby, Binghamton University

DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS RESEARCH


17.36
GENDER, RACE, AND POLITICAL CAMPAIGNS
Room: Marriott, Franklin 7
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND
POLITICS

Chair:
Disc:

Linda Kay Mancillas


Heather Silber Mohamed, Clark University
Terri L. Towner

Papers: Black Women Mayoral Candidates in the Age of


BlackLivesMatter
Nadia E. Brown, Purdue University
Jamil Shatema Scott
Minority Women Candidates: The Intersection of Race
and Gender Stereotypes
Heather Hicks, University of Maryland, College Park
Money Talks: Gendered Electoral Financing in Malawi
and Zambia
Ragnhild Louise Muriaas, University of Bergen
Vibeke Wang, Chr. Michelsen Institute
Who Wins? Investigating Gender, Race, and Parental
Status on Candidate Viability
Camille Danielle Burge, Villanova University
Melissa Hodges, Villanova University
Substantive&Descriptive Rep:An Experiment on
Electoral Rules & Intersectionality
Kostanca Dhima, Texas A&M
DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND POLITICS
17.37
RACE & RELIGION
Room: Marriott, Meeting Room 501
Chair: John Francis Burke, Trinity University
Disc:
John Francis Burke, Trinity University
Hans J.G. Hassell, Cornell College
Papers: The Role of Culture, Faith and Conservatism on Public
Opinion about Immigration
Ricardo Ramirez, University of Notre Dame
Juan Valdez, University of Notre Dame
Mark Brockway, University of Notre Dame
God and Gender: Latinx Identity and Public Opinion
Toward Transgender Rights
Brian F. Harrison, Northwestern University
Melissa R. Michelson, Menlo College
Race, Religion and Public Policy Preferences
Tony E. Carey, University of North Texas
Valerie J. Martinez-Ebers, University of North Texas
Brian R. Calfano, University of Cincinnati
Religion & Social Capital: Latino, African American
and Anglo Civic Engagement
Lakeyta Monique Bonnette, Georgia State University
Sarah Allen Gershon, Georgia State University
Adrian D. Pantoja, Pitzer College
James Benjamin Taylor, University of North Carolina
Wilmington
Muslim American Core American Values
Reem Abou-samra, Wayne State University

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Papers: Federal Transfers, Local Taxation, and Representation:


Evidence from Brazil
Giuliana Pardelli, Princeton University
Fiscal Federalism and Sovereign Risk: Evidence from
Eurozone Bond Spreads
Kyle Hanniman, Queen's University
Metropolitan Institutions in Brazil: Public Goods and
Prospects for Development
David Hughes, Rice University

Strengthening the Regulatory Framework of Subnational


Debt in Mexico
Heidi Jane M. Smith, Instituto Tecnologico
Autonomo de Mexico
Who Gets What, When, and How? The allocation of
federal transfers in Brazil
Mariana Batista, Federal University of Pernambuco

Thursday, 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM

DIVISION 33: RELIGION AND POLITICS


17.38
ISLAM AND POLITICS BEFORE AND AFTER
THE ARAB SPRING
Room: Marriott, Franklin 9
Chair: Muqtedar Khan, University of Delaware
Disc:
Muqtedar Khan, University of Delaware
Papers: Birthing the Modern Subject: Subject Transformation in
Contemporary Arab Thought
Yasmeen Daifallah, University of Massachusetts,
Amherst
The Missing Structural Perspective of Islam in
Democratization & Secularization
Khaled Helmy, Tulane University
Religion and Politics of Constitution-Making in Tunisia,
Egypt, and Turkey
Etga Ugur, University of Washington Tacoma
Islamist Parties and Institutional Sources of Moderation
A.Kadir Yildirim, Rice University
Public Attitudes towards Islamist Parties in the Post
Arab Spring Era
Alireza Raisi
DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND ELECTORAL
SYSTEMS
17.39
CONGRUENT REPRESENTATION?
Room: Marriott, Meeting Room 502
Chair: Joshua D Potter, Louisiana State University
Disc:
Joshua D Potter, Louisiana State University
Mathias Tromborg, Rice University
Papers: Citizen Perceptions, Manifesto Statements, Failures of
Ideological Congruence
G. Bingham Powell, University of Rochester
Elite-Mass Congruence, Political Disaffection, and
Democracy in Chile
Peter M. Siavelis, Wake Forest University
Do Citizens and Politicians Think Alike? Evidence
from a Survey Experiment
Peter Esaiasson, University of Gothenburg
Patrik Ohberg, The Department of Political Science
at the University of Gothenburg
The Gap between Public and MP Preferences regarding
Democratic Representation
Audrey Andr, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Sam Depauw, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Elites Knowledge of the Publics Issue Priorities in
Three Countries
Stefaan Walgrave
Peter John Loewen, University of Toronto
Jeroen Karl Joly
DIVISION 35: POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS AND
PARTIES
17.40
DYNAMICS OF MULTIPARTY SYSTEMS
Room: Marriott, Salon J
Chair: Dalston G Ward, Washington University in St. Louis
Papers: A Marriage of Convenience: Personalism and Populism
in European Democracies
Emilia Zankina, American University in Bulgaria
Getting a Bigger Slice of the Pie: Portfolio Allocation
and the Radical Right
Viktoryia Schnose, Washington University in St.
Louis

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Revision of Duvergers Law
Bernard Tamas, Valdosta State University
Cameron McClure, Columbia University School of
International and Public Affairs
In Opposition to the Opposition
Zsuzsanna Blanka Magyar, UCLA
New Parties and the Transformation of Party Systems
Holger Dring, University of Bremen
DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND VOTING BEHAVIOR
17.41
CAMPAIGNING, PRIMING AND VOTE CHOICES
Room: Marriott, Salon C
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION

Chair:
Disc:

Rune Slothuus, Aarhus University


Bert Bakker, University of Amsterdam

Papers: Asymmetrical Priming of Issues and Performance


Scott Matthews, Memorial University
Geo-Targeting with Campaign Emails? A Field
Experiment
Taewoo Kang, Washington State University
Samuel Callahan Rhodes, Washington State
University
Orion A Yoesle, Washington State University
Negative Campaigning and Voters Electoral Preferences
in a Multiparty Setting
Annemarie Sophie Walter, University of Nottingham
Cees van der Eijk, University of Nottingham
Negative vs. Positive Campaign Advertisements
Ryan Yuhao Fang, The Pennsylvania State University
Glenda Oskar, Pennsylvania State University
Symphony without an Audience? Voter Reaction to
Issue-Based Campaign Ads
Stephen C. Craig, University of Florida
Paulina S. Rippere, Jacksonville University
Seth C. McKee, Texas Tech University
DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND VOTING BEHAVIOR
17.42
CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF TURNOUT
Room: Marriott, Salon D
Chair: Peter Charles John, University College London
Disc:
Kasper M. Hansen, University of Copenhagen
Papers: Do Interactions With Candidates Increase Voter Support
and Participation?
Vincent Pons, Harvard Business School
Enrico Cantoni, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology
Duty for Duties Sake? Descriptive Norms, Subjective
Norms and Civic Duty
Edward A. Fieldhouse, University of Manchester
David John Cutts, University of Bath
Social Class Bias in Low-Turnout Elections: Fads and
Fallacies
Christopher H. Achen, Princeton University
Richard Sinnott, University College Dublin, National
University of Ireland
James McBride
Do Voters Swing in the Rain? The Impact of Bad
Weather on U.S. Election Outcomes
Erik P Duhaime, MIT
Taylor Moulton

Thursday, 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM

Genes, Educational Attainment, and Political


Participation
Christopher T. Dawes
Sven Oskarsson, Uppsala University
Karl-Oskar Lindgren, Uppsala University
DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION
17.43
HONESTY: EFFECTS OF SCANDALS AND
CORRUPTION ON TRUST, ATTITUDES, AND
BEHAVIOR
Room: Marriott, Salon I
Chair: Bradley Thomas Dickerson, Arkansas State University
Disc:
Michael D. Cobb, North Carolina State University
Papers: Scandals, Media, and Public Opinion in China:A
Regression-Discontinuity Approach
Yanjun Liu, University of California, Santa Barbara
The Impact of Scandals on Trust in Government
Scott J Basinger, University of Houston
Jeffrey Milyo, University of Missouri
The Effect of Corruption on Political Trust: Evidence
from a Natural Experiment
Macarena Ares, European University Institute
Enrique Hernndez, European University Institute
Differential Effects of Political Scandals on Political
Preferences
Dominic Nyhuis, Goethe University Frankfurt
Transforming Ties with the State: Distrustful Citizens
and the Reagan Era
Amy Fried, University of Maine
Douglas B. Harris, Loyola University Maryland
DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION
17.44
THE STRANGER: ASSESSING POLICY
RESPONSIVENESS AND ISSUE OWNERSHIP
Room: Marriott, Franklin 8
Chair: David A. M. Peterson, Iowa State University,
Chafee2016
Disc:
Jeffrey W. Koch, SUNY, Geneseo

DIVISION 38: POLITICAL COMMUNICATION


17.45
A MYRIAD OF MEDIA EFFECTS
Room: PCC, 112-A
Chair: Carl L. Palmer, Illinois State University

Jonathan M. Ladd, Georgetown University

Papers: Candidates' News Coverage and Electoral Success: A


Semantic Networks Perspective
Dror Walter, University of Pennsylvania
Sijia Yang, University of Pennsylvania
Measuring Medias Effect on Public Conversations
Ariel Rebecca White, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology
Gary King, Harvard University
Benjamin Schneer, Florida State University
Media Effects on Retrospective Economic Perceptions
Diana C. Mutz, University of Pennsylvania
Eunji Kim, University of Pennsylvania
The Electoral Consequences of Elite-Induced Opinion
Change
Erik Peterson, Stanford University
Gabor Simonovits, Rajk Laszlo College for Advanced
Studies
DIVISION 39: SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND
ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS
17.46
ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEM FRAMES AND
PUBLIC PERCEPTIONS
Room: Marriott, Room 307
Chair: Nora Hanagan, Duke University
Disc:
Deserai Anderson Crow, University of Colorado Denver
Papers: Hot Takes: How (and why) Climate Change Storylines
Change in American Politics
Jack Zhou, Duke University
Public Opinion and Climate Change in Canada
Erick Lachapelle, Universite de Montreal
Public Opinion & Climate Change: An Experiment with
Message Source and Content
Juliet Carlisle, University of Idaho
April K. Clark, Northern Illinois University
Public Perceptions of Hydraulic Fracturing in Four
Marcellus Shale States
Matthew Barnes, West Virginia University
DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL SCIENCE
17.47
POLITICIZING THE CAMPUS: EDUCATIONAL
SPACES AND NEOLIBERALISM
Room: Marriott, Salon KL
Chair: Hannah Walker, University of Washington
Disc:
Laura Katz Olson, Lehigh University
Samantha Ann Majic, CUNY-John Jay College
Papers: John Sexton, Branch Campuses, and the Reproduction of
the Global University
Isaac Kamola, Trinity College
Memorializing Tragedy: Race and Class in American
School Shootings
Jennifer Kelkres Emery, The Washington Center for
Internships & Academic Seminars
Jennifer Augspurger, Hillsborough County
Supervisor of Elections
Sarah Luczyk, University of West Florida
Pedagogy as Politics: Putting the Political Back into
Political Science
William W. Sokoloff, UT Rio Grande Valley