Carnegie Hall, Room 203
The fourth annual Pi Sigma Alpha Political Science Undergraduate Conference will be held March 10th in the Hall of Fame Room, Leonard Center.
Panels will be held throughout the day and include topics such as the US and the World, International Politics, Political Theory, US Politics, and Civil Society and Social Movements. Snacks will also be provided. Hope to see you on March 10th
Fifth Annual Pi Sigma Alpha Conference
Wednesday, March 30, 2011
Weyerhaeuser Board Room
Discussant: Paul Dosh
"Ray Anderson's Reflections of Ecological Modernization Theory"
"They're Back: Obama and the Rebirth of the Militia Movement"
"Islam and Human Rights: Mediating the Demand for Cultural Legitimacy in Pakistan”
Discussant: Adrienne Christensen
"Velvet Words: Mythic Narrative as a Tool for Non-Violent Regime Change"
Andrew J Pragacz
"Liberal feminist articulation in Jordan: working for women or state power?"
"George Wallace’s Inaugural Address: Making the Conventional Unconventional"
Civic Space/Civic Participation
Discussant: Zornitsa Keremidchieva
"Women’s Roles in Peace-building: the Case of Liberia"
“Optimizing Citizen Effectiveness: An Alternative to Taagepera's Cube Root Law of First Assembly Size”
"Mending Fractured Public Spheres? Arendt and the Polity"
Discussant: Patrick Schmidt
"Changing the Politics of Citizenship: Intercultural Education in Bolivia and Peru"
"Bringing Tibet Into the Modern World"
"Trading the Climate: A Policy Analysis of Existing Emissions Trading Systems to Develop a Strategy for Greenhouse Gas Cap and Trade Systems"
"Promising Non-Proliferation without Triggering a Collapse: China’s North Korea Policy"
Even More Rhetorical Analysis
Discussant: David Blaney
"Rhetorically Sidestepping the Racial Narrative: Racial and Ambivalence and Editorial Censorship in Zora Neale Hurston's Dust Tracks on a Road”
"Entering Free Derry: An Iconic Image Analysis of the Free Derry Wall"
"In Defense of A Global Economy Without Accountability: A Critical Rhetorical Analysis of the Director General of the WTOs’ Speech to the Global Unions Conference"