Category Archives: Dudas

Photo from “Exploring the Value of Political Life” Panel

POLS Professors Dudas (moderator), Gordon, Arat, Lee, and Morrell recently served on a panel discussion, “Exploring the Value of Political Life.” Picture via Robert Wishart:

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Dudas on “William F. Buckley, Jr. and Conservative Longing” (12:00pm, Oak 438)

Please join us for a lecture by Prof. Jeffrey R. Dudas on “Penetrating the Inner Sanctum: William F. Buckley, Jr. and Conservative Longing” Wednesday, April 24, 2013 12:00 pm in Oak 438 Lunch provided. Sponsored by the Alan R. Bennett … Continue reading

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McCann on law at noon

Come join us: Prof. Michael W. McCann (U. of Washington) “Beyond Legal Mobilization: Rethinking Rights and Power” 12-1:30 pm Monteith 119 April 13, 2012 Sponsored by the Alan R. Bennett Honors Professor, CLAS, and POLS.

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Passavant talk on “Uneven Developments, Path Resistance & the End(s) of History” (Nov 14)

Paul Passavant, Associate Professor of Political Science at Hobart and William Smith College, will be giving a talk Monday, November 14, from 12-1pm in Monteith 119. Professor Passavant will be presenting some new research on contemporary American policing of political demonstrations. … Continue reading

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UConn Attends Law & Society Conference

From Sarah Hampson, POLS graduate student: Several members of the department attended the 2011 Law and Society Annual Meeting in San Francisco, CA from June 1-5. Professor Jeffrey Dudas was the discussant for a panel entitled “Assessing the Choice to … Continue reading

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