Monthly Archives: April 2013

Briggs defends thesis on economic inequality

Bryant Briggs ’13 defended his senior thesis, “Economic Inequality: Whom does it concern?” He was advised by Prof. Lyle Scruggs. Congratulations!

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LaBelle defends senior thesis on R2P

Jacob LaBelle ’13 defended his senior thesis, “Genocide Prevention and the Responsibility to Protect.” He was advised by Prof. Jennifer Sterling-Folker. Congratulations!

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Rapsilber defends senior thesis on the IMF and Banks

Garrett Rapsilber ’13 defended his senior thesis, “Banking on a Rescue: IMF loan size and its relationship with US and money-center bank interests.” He was advised by Prof. Jennifer Sterling-Folker. Congratulations!

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Khalil defends senior thesis

John Khalil ’13 defended his senior thesis, “The Effects of Ideological Supplements on Individual Voting Behavior.” He was advised by Prof. Virginia Hettinger. Congratulations!

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Wallace defends senior thesis on German constitutions

Deanne Wallace ’13 defended her senior thesis, “Die Zeitsbewältigung: Perspectives of Time in 20th Century German Constitutions.” She was advised by Prof. Cyrus Ernesto Zirakzadeh. Congratulations!

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Winters on “Bargaining in World Bank Projects” (12:15pm, Oak 438)

Please join us for a lecture by Prof. Matthew S. Winters (University of Illinois) “Splitting the Check: Bargaining Over Counterpart Commitments in World Bank Projects” (paper) Tuesday, April 30, 2013 12:15pm in Oak 438 Sponsored by the Department of Political … Continue reading

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Richards Speaks at DePaul Law School

Prof. David Richards gave a talk on April 12, 2013, at DePaul Law School in Chicago titled “Domestic Laws on Violence Against Women: The Illustrative Case of Rape.”

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