Events for Spring 2019
Wednesday, February 20
Rebecca Sanders (University of Cincinnati). Plausible Legality: Legal Culture and Political Imperative in the Global War on Terror. 12:30pm in Oak 438. Sponsored by Political Science.
Tuesday, March 5
Kevin McMahon (Trinity College Hartford). Uncertain Legitimacy: The Supreme Court in the Age of Trump. 12:30pm in Oak 438. Sponsored by Political Science.
Wednesday, March 27
Eric Mielants (Fairfield University). The State and the Market in Historical Capitalism: Reality and Epistemological Challenges. 12:15pm in Oak 438. Sponsored by Political Science.
Friday, April 5
Discussion with Prof. Lisa Lowe (Yale) of Prof. Fred Lee’s book Extraordinary Racial Politics: Four Events in the Informal Constitution of the United States. 12:15pm in Oak 438. Lunch will be served. Sponsored by Political Science, Borderlands, and AASI.
Tuesday, April 9
Kerry Ratigan (Amherst College). Ideology or Interests? Explaining Support for Social Policy in China. 12:30pm in Oak 438. Sponsored by Political Science.
Thursday, April 18
Prof. Steve Levitsky (Harvard University). How Democracies Die. 5pm in Oak Hall 101. Sponsored by the Gerson Foreign Policy Lectureship Fund and the Department of Political Science.