Monthly Archives: January 2012

Winters Looks at Falwell’s Influence on American Politics

Michael Sean Winters Looks at Jerry Falwell’s Influence on American Politics Tuesday, February 7, 2012 6:00 pm UConn Co-op In God’s Right Hand: How Jerry Falwell Made God a Republican and Baptized the American Right, Michael Sean Winters unpacks the … Continue reading

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Talk: “Worker Rights in Law & Practice” (Feb. 3)

On Friday, February 3, 2012, K. Chad Clay, Assistant Professor of International Affairs at The University of Georgia (8/12), and Colin M. Barry, Ph.D. candidate in political science at Binghamton University, will present “WORKER RIGHTS IN LAW & PRACTICE: NEW … Continue reading

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Prof. Dolgert joins POLS

Stefan Dolgert (PhD, Duke) just joined the POLS department as an assistant professor. We asked him a few questions about his research and other topics. What are you researching?  Most of my work in political theory comes down to addressing … Continue reading

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Conference on Arab Uprisings, March 27

“The Arab Uprisings and the Changing Global Order” (flyer) Tuesday, March 27, 2012 — CONFERENCE PAPERS Student Union 331 (Storrs, CT) 9:00 am — Opening remarks Panel #1: Political Change in the Arab World 9:15 – 10:45 am Issandr El Amrani, … Continue reading

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Prof. Howard Reiter Died

Prof. Howard Reiter, a long-time member of the political science department, died on January 10, 2012. More details are here. He will be missed.

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Wardak publishes on International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia

Ahmad Wais Wardak, a POLS graduate student, co-authored a new article in The Journal of Eurasian Law. The article, co-authored with Andrew Corin and Richard A. Wilson (of UConn’s HRI), is entitled “Surveying History at the International Criminal Tribunal for … Continue reading

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Nunnally on WNPR (audio)

Prof. Shayla Nunnally appeared on WNPR’s “Where We Live” speaking about her new book, Trust in Black America.

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Belton most read article

Kristy Belton, a graduate student in POLS, currently has the most read article in The Journal of Global Ethics. Her article is “The Neglected Non-Citizen: statelessness and liberal political theory,” published in The Journal of Global Ethics 7:1 (2011). This … Continue reading

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Prof. Kashwan to meeting in Senegal

Prof. Prakash Kashwan has been invited as a resource person for the research methods meeting of the Responsive Forest Governance Initiatives co-organized by the Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA) and the Social Dimensions of … Continue reading

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