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Council for European Studies

Resurrections

21st International Conference of Europeanists Washington, D.C. March 14-16, 2014

Preliminary Program

CES Executive Committee


John Bowen, Chair Washington University in St. Louis Juan Dez Medrano, Chair-elect Universidad Carlos III, Madrid Dominic Boyer, Treasurer Rice University Jason Beckfield Harvard University Patrick Le Gals Sciences Po

Conference Program Committee


Elizabeth Cullen Dunn, Co-Chair University of Colorado, Boulder Kathleen R. McNamara, Co-Chair Georgetown University Sheri Berman Barnard College Melissa Caldwell University of California, Santa Cruz Sbastien Chauvin University of Amsterdam Rachel Epstein University of Denver Michael Goodhart University of Pittsburgh Sara W. Goodman University of California, Irvine Irina Livezeanu University of Pittsburgh Matthias Mathijs School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University Tanja Petrovic Slovenian Academy Doug Rogers Yale University

Conference Organizers

Virginie Guiraudon Sciences Po Sophie Meunier Princeton University Emmanuelle Saada Columbia University

Local Organizing Committee


Jeffrey Anderson, Chair Georgetown University Hope Harrison George Washington University Jackson Janes American Institute for Contemporary German Studies Charles Kupchan Council on Foreign Relations / Georgetown University Angela Stent Georgetown University

CES Administration
Siovahn Walker, Director Council for European Studies Corey Fabian Borenstein Council for European Studies Michael Schapira Council for European Studies Aleksandra Turek Council for European Studies

Table of Contents
Call for Papers: 22nd International Conference
of Europeanists - Paris, France 2015 3

Schedule of Sessions & Events


Friday, March 14, 2013 4 Saturday, March 15, 2013 Sunday, March 16, 2013 19 35

Mini-Symposia 42 Plenaries & Meetings 43 Research Network Sessions 44 Subject Index 47 Participant Index 48

Resources
Conference Map 54 Venue & Technology 55

Call for Papers


Twenty-Second International Conference of Europeanists Paris, France July 8-10, 2015 Organized by the Council for European Studies (CES) and hosted by Sciences Po, Paris

Contradictions: Envisioning European Futures


In many historical moments Europes futures have seemed not simply open and uncertain, but also replete with contradiction. In the contemporary juncture, the responses both of ordinary Europeans and of the continents collective actors and institutions to the challenges posed by crisis again constitute a series of contradictionssome of which reiterate large questions from Europes past, while also impinging upon the ability of social forces to imagine possible futures. Europe is today a space within which the principle of social solidarity appears firmly rooted, yet also one in which the politics of austerity threaten to erode welfare state commitments. It is a context in which supra-national institutions and transnational social connections have progressed far, but also the scene of substantial efforts to reassert nationalism. It is a setting in which many are disenchanted with mainstream politics, yet also challenged by the possible growth of new movements. These and other tensions and contradictions manifest themselves in individual lives, social relations, institutions and collective projects. And we would like the 22nd International Conference of Europeanists to examine such opposing tendencies and, facing forward, consider the many potential futures emerging from the European crisis.
Thus, for its 2015 conference, the Council for European Studies (CES) invites proposals for panels, roundtables, book discussions and individual papers on the study of Europe, broadly defined. We encourage proposals in the widest range of disciplines, and, in particular, proposals that combine disciplines, nationalities, and generations. Although it is not mandatory that papers be related to the conference theme, papers that do so are especially welcome. We strongly encourage participants to submit their proposals as part of an organized panel. Full panel proposals will be given top priority in the selection process. Participants may find it useful to connect with like-minded scholars through the growing number of CES research networks, links to which can be found here: http://councilforeuropeanstudies.org/research/research-networks Proposals may be submitted from August 18 to October 10, 2014. Participants will be notified of the Committees decision by December 18, 2014. Information on how to submit proposals will be posted on the CES website and disseminated through its newsletter. To subscribe to the CES newsletter visit: http://councilforeuropeanstudies.org/ Juan Dez Medrano, Chair, Council for European Studies Universidad Carlos III de Madrid Jenny Andersson, Co-Chair, CES Conference Program Committee Sciences Po, Paris Robert Fishman, Co-Chair, CES Conference Program Committee University of Notre Dame

Friday, March 14
001. National in Form, European in Content: Downloading, Uploading, and Re-Loading EU Values and Policies 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Executive Chair: Joyce Marie Mushaben, University of Missouri-St. Louis Participants: Re-Assessing Europe 2020 and Stakeholder Dialogue, in the Context of Increasing Austerity and EU Democratic Deficits: The European Anti-Poverty Network. Barbara Helfferich, European Anti-Poverty Network Multilevel Governance Meets Federalism: The Role of the EU in Recent German Quota and Childcare Policies. Sabine Lang, University of Washington The Long and Winding Road from Heiligendamm to Fukushima: Angela Merkels Efforts to Master-Mind the EU Energy Turn-Around. Joyce Marie Mushaben, University of Missouri-St. Louis Discussant: Jonathan Olsen, University of Wisconsin, Parkside 002. Comparative Perspectives on Contemporary Social Movements 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Private Dining Room Chair: Nicole Doerr, Mount Holyoke College Participants: Resisting the Privatization of Education: Political Parties and Student Movements in Spain and Chile. Cathy Schneider, American University; Emma Fawcett, American University Schizophrenic European Identity: Europe as a Point of Reference in Social Movements Mobilization in Hungary and Greece. Akos Kopper, MTA-ELTE Peripato Comparative Social Dynamics Research Group; Marton Gero, MTA Centre for social Sceinces; Pal Susanszky, MTA-Elte Peripato Comparative Social Dynamics Research Group Unsettling Injustice: Re-Articulating Social Conflicts in Barcelonas Past and Present. Justin Helepololei, University of Massachusetts, Amherst Movement Identities and the Past: Legacies of the Global Justice Movement in Recent Contention in Italy, Germany, and Poland. Priska Daphi, HumboldtUniversitt zu Berlin Pan-Immigrant Social Protest or Localized Mobilization? The Case of the French Banlieues. Michalis Moutselos, Princeton University Discussant: Jan Kubik, Rutgers University 003. Comparison and Commensuration in European Social Policies 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Palladian Chair: Gert Verschraegen, University of Antwerp

Participants: Commensuration and Policy Comparison: How the Use of Standardized Indicators Affects the Rankings of Pension Systems. Hans Peeters, University of Leuven; Gert Verschraegen, University of Antwerp What happens to incomes after job-loss? Michael Smith, McGill University Replacement Rates: A Tool for the Evaluation of Pension Systems and Its Consequences. Harald Kuenemund, Universitt Vechta Wealth and Welfare States: Myth and Measurement. Irwin Garfinkel, Columbia University Discussant: Scott Greer, University of Michigan School of Public Health 004. Educating Migrants: Money, Institutions, and Impact 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Congressional B Chair: Melissa Byrnes, Southwestern University Participants: The Liberalizing Effect of Education? Educational Attainment and Attitudes towards Immigrants of Young Adults. Bram Lancee, Social Science Research Center Berlin (WZB); Oriane Sarrasin, Sussex University Long-Term Effects of Language Course Timing on Language Acquisition and Social Contacts: Turkish and Moroccan Immigrants in Western Europe. Jutta Hoehne, Institute of Economic and Social Research in the Hans Bckler Foundation; Ines Michalowski, WZB Berlin Social Science Center The Role of Social Networks in the Educational Attainment of Students with Migration Background in Germany. Taylan Acar, University of WisconsinMadison / University of Bamberg Tracing Policy Discourses and Dreams of Mobility in Serbia. Dana Johnson, University of Massachusetts, Amherst Higher Education Performance in Europe: Wealth and Institutions. Ashley Beale, Georgetown University Discussant: Rosemary Salomone, St. Johns University 005. EU Power through Accession: Appeal or Compulsion? 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Sales Conference Chair: Michael Geary, University of Maastricht / The Wilson Center Participants: Beyond the EUs Political Conditionality: PostAccession Tendencies in Central and Eastern Europe. Mert Kartal, University of Wisconsin, Madison The New Generation of Association Agreements in the Eastern Partnership: A New Model of EU Integration without Membership? Guillaume Van der Loo, Ghent University Democratic Competitiveness and Judicial Independence in Serbia and Croatia since 2000. Marko Zilovic, University of Belgrade The AKPs Changing Support for EU Accession: Secular Constraints, Organizational Capacities, and Religious

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Ideas. Beken Saatcioglu, Istanbul Kemerburgaz University; Arolda Elbasani, Robert Schuman Center for Advanced Studies Resurrecting Effective EU Accession Policies in the Western Balkans through Organizational Learning? Dominik Tolksdorf, Institut Francais des Relations Internationales (IFRI), Paris Discussant: Ramona Coman, Universit Libre de Bruxelles 006. From Principle-Agent Problems to Informality: Assessing Institutional Effectiveness 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Diplomat Chair: Bruce Morrison, University of Western Ontario Participants: Do Institutions Still Matter? On the Perils of SemiPresidentialism for the Institutionalization of European Party Systems (1848-2013). Fernando Casal Bertoa, University of Nottingham The European Commission Presidency: Resurrection through Politicization? Camille Kelbel, Universit libre de Bruxelles EU Inter-Institutional Relations Facing Europe 2020: The Role of Institutional Actors in the Negotiation of the EU Multi-Annual Financial Framework, 20142020. Niki Coppe, Vrije Universiteit Brussel How Good Is Governance in the European Union? Emre zelik, Middle East Technical University-NCC; Eyp zveren, Middle East Technical University Formalizing Informality: An Institutionalist Perspective on Unwritten Rules in EU Institutions. Stephanie Novak, Hertie School of Governance Discussant: Rachel Epstein, University of Denver 007. Gender, Family, and Policy: State Strategies and Responses 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Congressional A Chair: Mary Case, University of Chicago Participants: EU Climate Policy-Making in Times of Crisis: Is There Room for Gender? Annica Kronsell, Lund University; Gunnhildur Magnsdttir, Malm University Why Policy Ghosts from the Past Matter: A Process Analysis of Gay Marriage Legalization in England and Wales. Claire Dunlop, University of Exeter Family Policy Determinants in Post-Communist European Societies. Marina Kingsbury, University of New Mexico Women Representation and Work-Family Policy Reforms in Germany and Italy: How, When, and Why Do Women Act for Women? Agnes Blome, WZB Berlin Social Science Center Discussant: Louise Davidson-Schmich, University of Miami 008. Labor Market Demand, Policy, and the Future of Skills in Europe 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Governors Chair: Bart Van Ark, The Conference Board Participants:

Future Scenarios of the Qualifications and Skills in the European Union. Miroslav Beblavy, Center For European Policy Studies; Marcela Veselkova, Slovak Governance Institute The Future of the Skill Structure in Europe. Baptiste Boitier, SEURECO; Nicolas Lancesseur, Universit Paris 1 Panthon-SorbonneSEURECO; Paul Zagame, SEURECO Useless Degrees or Useless Statistics? A Comparison of the Net Present Value of Higher Education by Field of Study in Five European Countries. Ilaria Maselli, Centre For European Policy Studies Demand for Low- and Medium-Skilled Workers across Europe: Between Formal Qualifications and NonCognitive Skills. Lucia Kurekova, Slovak Governance Institute; Anna Thum, Center For European Policy Studies; Miroslav Beblavy, Center For European Policy Studies; Corina Haita, Central European University Childcare and Social Inclusion Services in the EU: An Employment Analysis. Michaela Gstrein, Institute for Advances Studies; Liliana Mateeva, Institute for Advances Studies Discussant: Gad Levanon, The Conference Board 009. Partisanship, Strategy, and Political Fluidity 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Council Participants: Goldilocks Revisited: Political Parties, Party Systems, and the Quality of Democracy in Post-Communist Europe. Fernando Casal Brtoa, Leiden University And They Still Matter...: Parties Preferences on Markets and the Liberalization of Western Societies. Leonce Rth, University of Cologne Right-Wing Division of Labor: Party System Configuration, Fragmentation, and Electoral Strategies. Noam Gidron, Harvard University Party Group Switching in the European Parliament: A Test of Party Motivations. Lauren Perez, University of Pittsburgh Room to Maneuver? Party Strategies in the European Political Space. Guido Tiemann, Institute For Advanced Studies, Vienna 010. Personifying Power: Reexamining Premodern Empire 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Chairmans Chair: James Kennedy, Universiteit van Amsterdam Participants: Imago Caroli? Charlemagne and the Utility of His Legacy. Gregory Bearringer, University of TennnesseeKnoxville Engraving as Resurrection and Reanimation in Sixteenth-Century Rome and Beyond. Lisa Andersen, University of British Columbia Renaissances: History and Historiography of the Transmission of European Culture. Erwan Lagadec, George Washington University Resurrecting the Fall of the Roman Empire in a Politically Correct Europe. Richard Landes, Boston

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University Delivering Stability: Primogeniture, Autocratic Survival, and State Building in European Monarchies, 10001800. Andrej Kokkonen, University of Gothenburg; Anders Sundell, University of Gothenburg Discussant: Daniel Nexon, Georgetown University 011. Reading between the Lines: Defining Community through Literature 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Committee Participants: The Oracle at Luxembourg: Oedipus Rex and the Chorus of Justice. Joelle Grogan, Oxford University EU Law for Algeria: Resurrecting Camuss Inquiry. Joanna Geneve, Harvard Law School; Daniela Caruso, Boston University Sexuality and Class in Arthur Schnitzlers Dream Novel. Ari Ofengenden, George Washington University Fascism vs. Utopia in Ingeborg Bachmanns Malina. Nina Begu, Independent researcher Against Amnesia: The Past in Ultracontemporary Germanophone Literature. Anna Zimmer, Georgetown University Discussant: Anne Dippel, Humboldt-University Berlin 012. Regional Parliaments in the EU Post-Lisbon 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Cabinet Chair: Michael Tatham, University of Bergen Participants: Implementing the Early Warning System in European regions. Karolina Boronska-Hryniewiecka, University of Wrocaw; Michael Bauer, German University of Administrative Sciences Speyer; Michael Tatham, University of Bergen Interparliamentary Relations: New Deliberative Space or Instrument to Improve Parliamentary Control? Annegret Eppler, University of Tuebingen Regional Parliaments in the Shadow of National Parliaments: A Smaller Copy or a Distinct Actor in European Affairs? Anna-Lena Hgenauer, Maastricht University More scrutiny, more harmony? The Early Warning System and executive-legislative relations at subnational level. Julia Fleischer, University of Amsterdam Resurrecting the Europe of the Regions: Empirically assessing Denis de Rougemonts answer to the triple crisis of identity, legitimacy, and efficiency. Sean Mueller, University of Berne Discussant: Peter Bursens, University of Antwerp 013. Representation: Understanding Europeanization through Parliamentary Process 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Capitol Participants: The Euronest Parliamentary Assembly: The European Parliament as a Socializer of Its Counterparts in the EUs Eastern Neighbourhood? Hrant Kostanyan, Ghent University / Centre for European Policy Studies

(CEPS); Bruno Vandecasteele, Ghent University The Salience of Europe in European Parliament Elections: An Analysis of Party Manifestos for National Parliament and EP Elections. Daniela Braun, University of Munich; Hermann Schmitt, Universities of Manchester and Mannheim Taking on New Roles? The Europeanization of National Parliaments in Relation to Three Models of Political Community in the European Union. Frank Wendler, University of Washington The New Role of National Parliaments in the European Union. Asteris Pliakos, Athens University of Economics and Business How Much Power Do Oppositions Have? Comparing the Opportunity Structures of Parliamentary Oppositions in 21 Democracies.Julian Garritzmann, University Konstanz 014. Representations of Redistribution in European Social Welfare Policies 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Hampton Chair: Laurent Warlouzet, Universit dArras / London School of Economics Participants: Stieg Larsson and the Resurrection of the Swedish Welfare State. Christine Ingebritsen, University of Washington The Strivers and the Skivers: Public Opinion, Political Discourse, and Changes to Benefit Access. Anthony Kevins, McGill University Welfare Redistribution in the Shadow of Debt. Brian Burgoon, University of Amsterdam Measuring Welfare Stateness in Developing Countries: Implications of the Turkish Case for Comparative Welfare State Research. Efe Savas, Bilkent University; Kerem Oktem, Bilkent University Resurrecting Welfare Europe. William Biebuyck, University of Ottawa Discussant: Carsten Jensen, Aarhus University 015. Roots, Immigration, Citizenship: Naturalization and National Identity 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Embassy Chair: Pieter Bevelander, Malm University Participants: Connecting Maghrbin and African-American: Boundaries of Blackness and Difference Among Frances North African Second-Generation. Jean Beaman, Duke University Under the Shadow of the Homeland Politics: The Transformation of Turkish Migrant Organizations in France and Germany. Ayca Arkilic, University of Texas at Austin Citizenship as a Conditional Privilege or Right: Loss of Nationality in Germany and the UK. Claus Hofhansel, Rhode Island College Emigration and Turnout: Determinants of NonResident Citizen Electoral Mobilization in Home

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Country Legislative Elections. Eva OstergaardNielsen, Autonomous University of Barcelona; Irina Ciornei, Institut Barcelona d'Estudis Internacionals Citizenship in Good Times and Bad: Explaining Variation in Naturalization Rates Among the German Lnder. John Graeber, University of Texas at Austin Discussant: Vanja Petricevic, Florida Gulf Coast University 016. Secrets and Wars: Shaping National Identity in Eastern Europe 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Forum Chair: Ioulia Shukan, Paris West University Nanterre La Dfense Participants: Secret KGB Files of Citizens Letters: Security, Loyalty, and Affective Governance in Lithuania. Neringa Klumbyte, Miami University Between Memory and Knowledge: Resurrecting the Polish Secret Service Files. Saygun Gkariksel, CUNY Graduate Center The Effect of the 2008 Russo-Georgian War on Estonian Public Confidence in International Organisations. Jeroen Moes, European University Institute; Alexi Gugushvili, European University Institute / Tbilisi State University / Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences; Inge Melchior, VU University Amsterdam Our Neighbors Are Fighting: The European Community and the Yugoslav Wars of Succession. Fabio Capano, West Virginia University EU Conditionality Reconsidered: Are We Learning from the Past? Dessie Zagorcheva, Columbia University Discussant: Simona Tobia, University of Reading 017. The Effects of the Euro Crisis on European Integration 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Blue Room Chair: Sophie Meunier, Princeton University Participants: European integration in the Euro crisis: The limits of postfunctionalism. Frank Schimmelfennig, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Beggars Cant Be Choosers: The European Crisis and Chinese Direct Investment in the European Union. Sophie Meunier, Princeton University Economic Crisis and Public Attitudes towards the EU in Southern Europe. Galina Zapryanova, University of Mannheim; Kyriaki Nanaou, University of Nottingham; Ben Clements, University of Leicester Public support for the euro, 1990 to 2012: Does the crisis matter? Felix Roth, Centre for European Policy Studies / University of Gttingen; Lars Jonung, Lund University; Felicitas Nowak-Lehmann, University of Goettingen The role of the Eurozone crisis in the 2013 German federal election. Alexandra Hennessy, Seton Hall University

Discussant: Eugenia da Conceicao-Heldt, TU Dresden 018. The Many Faces of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Senate Chair: Daniela Caruso, Boston University Participants: Divergent Approaches to Food Safety in the EU and the U.S. and Their Impact on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) Negotiations. Jordi Serratosa, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona An Early Warning: Political and Legal Stakes of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). Marija Bartl, University of Amsterdam Expected Innovation Protection and Industrial Property Rights under the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). Jesus Bores, American University Multilateralizing the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). Harold Godsoe, American University Regulatory Harmonization in the U.S. and the EU: Protectionism or Race to the Bottom? Understanding Divergences in Regulatory Cultures to Bridge the Divide. Fernanda Nicola, American University Discussant: Daniela Caruso, Boston University 019. Trade Unions, Labor, Works Councils 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Calvert Chair: Jorge Galindo, University of Geneva Participants: German Trade Unions Wrestle with Reform: The Transformation from the First to the Second Postwar Trade Union Movement. Stephen Silvia, American University Economic Insecurity and Organizational Trust: German Work Councilors and the Global Economic Crisis. Christoph Nguyen, Northwestern University Turn! Turn! Turn! Parties, Employers, Unions, and Work-Family Policies in Advanced Democracies, 1970-2012. Magnus Rasmussen, Aarhus University; yvind Skorge, London School of Economics Re-Embedding Capitalism: Trade Unions, Pension Funds Investment Policies, and Corporate Governance Reform. Paul Bridgen, University of Southampton; Marek Naczyk, University of Oxford Legislating for Information and Consultation of Workers: National Practices of Information and Consultation after the Directive. Jimmy Donaghey, University of Warwick Discussant: Cathie Martin, Boston University 020. Work and Welfare Reforms in Southern Europe under Crisis 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Empire Chair: Ana Guillen, University of Oviedo, Spain Participants: South European health care systems under harsh austerity: A progress-regression mix? Ana Guillen,

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University of Oviedo; Emmanuele Pavolini, Macerata University; Maria Petmesidou, Democritus University of Thrace South-European pensions through the crisis: Shedding light on reforms dynamics, output, and outcomes. David Natali, University of Bologna; Furio Stamati, European University Institute Austerity-Driven Labour Market Reforms in the South of Europe. Angel Alonso, University of Oviedo; Miguel Glatzer, La Salle University; Amilcar Moreira, Institute of Ageing - University of Lisbon; Michele Raitano, Sapienza University of Rome The Crisis Imperative and Welfare State Rescaling in Greece and Portugal. Miguel Glatzer, La Salle University; Maria Petmesidou, Democritus University of Thrace Inequality, Poverty, and the Crisis in Southern Europe. Manos Matsaganis, Athens University of Economics and Business; Chrysa Leventi, University of Essex Discussant: Michael Baum, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth

11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Embassy Chair: Sabina Donati, Webster University Geneva Participants: Rosemary Salomone, St. Johns University Peter Spiro, Temple University Kathryn Lum, European University Institute Sabina Donati, Webster University Geneva 024. Keeping the Faith: Examining the Nexus of Political and Religious Identity in Europe - SESSION MOVED (see 048B) 025. Legacies of Displacement and Postwar Community Rebuilding 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Forum Chair: Fabio Capano, West Virginia University Participants: Old Fascism in New Clothes? Fascist Critique of the Postwar Italian Republic, 1953-1959. Rhiannon Evangelista, Emory University Persistent Effects of Diversity: WWII Displacement and Attitudes toward EU Integration. Volha Charnysh, Harvard University When Nazis Became the Key of Economic and Diplomatic Reconstruction: German Prisoners of War in the French Transition from Warfare to Peace Time (1944-1948). Fabien Thofilakis, Centre Marc Bloch The Ghetto Renewed: Rebuilding Jewish Communities in Postwar Italy. Daniel Clasby, Kings College Redefining the Expulsions in Middle Europe: Czech Dissidents, migrs and the Rewriting of Expulsion Morality, 1970-1989. Steven Davis, Texas A&M University Discussant: Dagmar Herzog, CUNY Graduate Center 026. National Confidence in Contemporary German Politics and Policy: Resurrection or Reinvention? 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Empire Chair: Angelika von Wahl, Lafayette College Participants: Multipurpose Pasts: Narratives of National Success and Failure in International Collaborations in German Memorial Museums. Sara Jones, University of Birmingham National Confidence and the Reluctant Hegemon: Reconstructing Internal and External Perceptions of the Military and Foreign Policy in Germany. Patricia Hogwood, University of Westminster Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall: A New German National Pride and Founding Myth. Hope Harrison, George Washington University Heritage policy and the German nation. Ivor Bolton, University of Birmingham Attack on Germany: (Re-) Negotiating Self-images in Response to NSU Terrorism. Josefin Graef, University of Birmingham

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021. The Euro Problem 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Blue Room Chair: Mark Blyth, Brown University Participants: The Eurozones Forgotten Embeddedness: Lessons from Past Monetary Unions. Kathleen McNamara, Georgetown University The Eurozones Forgotten Financial Union. Erik Jones, Johns Hopkins University SAIS The Eurozones Forgotten Economic Government. Nicolas Jabko, Johns Hopkins University Discussant: C. Randall Henning, American University 022. A Crisis of Authority? The European Democratic Deficit in Austere Times 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Diplomat Chair: Giovanni Capoccia, University of Oxford Participants: Peoples Power for the ECB? Gerd Grzinger, Flensburg University The Democratic Deficit before and after the Eurozone Crisis. David Cameron, Yale University When Being Independent Is Not Enough: National Politics and EU Commissioners. Anastasia Ershova, University of Mannheim Re-Introducing Temporality as a Predicting Factor of Citizens Attitudes towards European Integration in Times of Crisis. Cline Belot, PACTE, Sciences Po Grenoble; Virginie Van Ingelgom, ISPOLE, UCLouvain The Eurozone Debt Crisis and the Resurrection of Caesarism. G. Amyot, Queens University Discussant: George Ross, Brandeis University 023. Author Meets Critics: A Political History of National Citizenship and Identity in Italy, 1861-1950 (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2013), by Sabina Donati

Discussant: Helga Welsh, Wake Forest University 027. New Dynamics in EU Migration and Integration Policies 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Palladian Chairs: Andrew Geddes, University of Sheffield; Peter Scholten, Erasmus University Rotterdam Participants: The Use of Knowledge and Partnerships for EU Migration Governance and EU Action against Human Trafficking in the Post-Soviet Space. Oleg Korneev, University of Sheffield; Andrey Leonov, Nizhny Novgorod State University Analysing the politics of migration and immigration in Europe. Peter Scholten, Erasmus University Rotterdam; Andrew Geddes, University of Sheffield Blurring Portfolios: The evolution of EU immigration policy. Elizabeth Collett, Migration Policy Institute EU challenges in external cooperation on migration: Post-Lisbon stagnation? Agnieszka Weinar, European University Institute Between free mobility and local integration: The urban governance of labour migration from Central and Eastern Europe. Godfried Engbersen, Erasmus University Rotterdam Discussant: Christina Boswell, University of Edinburgh 028. Regulating Technology in the Information Age 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Executive Chair: Manuele Citi, Copenhagen Business School Participants: A Comparative Study of Euro Zone Countries Trade Performance Associated with China and the United States According to Technology Classes. Abel Reyna Rivera, University of Canterbury The Making of Authoritarian Administration in Democratic Times: Information Technologies and the Rise of the Portuguese Tax Authority. Ana Maria Evans, Instituto de Cincias Sociais Multi-Level Governance of Nanotechnology in Europe: Policy Variation in Germany and the UK. Ian McManus, Northeastern University Can EU Regulation Preserve (or Resurrect) Privacy in the Electronic Era? Eoin Carolan, University College Dublin Reforms of National Technology Policies: Towards Converging Models? Susana Borras, Copenhagen Business School Discussant: Abraham Newman, Georgetown University 029. Religion in Modern Europe: Resurrection or Reinvention? 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Congressional B Chair: Jocelyne Cesari, Harvard University Participants: Religion in Public Spaces: A European Perspective. Silvio Ferrari, University of Milan Revisiting European Secularism in the Light of

Immigrants Religion. Jocelyne Cesari, Harvard University Civic Enculturation among Muslim, Catholic, and Secular Communities in the Netherlands. Ahmet Yukleyen, University of Mississipi Educating Secular Europe: Rising religious pluralism and the reshaping of (non)religious education. Carol Ferrara, Boston University Islamophobia in Europe: Old Wine in a New Bottle? Bryan Turner, City University of New York Discussants: John Bowen, Washington University in St. Louis; Daniel Nexon, Georgetown University 030. Resurrecting Value 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Presidential Board Room Chairs: Caitlin Ryan, University of Colorado at Boulder; Elizabeth Dunn, University of Colorado at Boulder Participants: Dignity and the Production of Value in Humanitarian Operations: Housing for Internally Displaced People in Georgia. Caitlin Ryan, University of Colorado at Boulder Revaluing Domestic Labor: Provisioning and Social Relations in Postsocialist Armenia. Kaitlin Fertaly, University of Colorado at Boulder In the time of catching up: The 1990 German currency union and the historicity of monetary value. Ursula Dalinghaus, University of Minnesota Terroir-izing Land: Property, Value, and Wine in Georgia. Adam Walker, CUNY Graduate Center The Problem of Replicating Value in the Humanitarian Camp. Austin Cowley, University of Colorado at Boulder Discussant: Martha Lampland, University of California, San Diego 031. Same Old, Same Old? EU Foreign Policy Making after the Lisbon Treaty 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Cabinet Chair: Bartlomiej Nowak, Transatlantic Academy Participants: Recovering the Past in EU Diplomacy: Does the Flag Still Follow Trade? Michael Smith, Loughborough University EU diplomats and the making of European Foreign Policy. Karolina Pomorska, University of Cambridge; Ana Juncos, University of Bristol The New Intergovernmentalism and Experiential Learning in the CSDP. Michael E. Smith, University of Aberdeen A new coordination system of European diplomatic representation in third countries: assessing its emergence and impact. Heidi Maurer, Maastricht University Discussant: Sophie Vanhoonacker, Maastricht University

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032. Social Resilience and Socioeconomic Change 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Hampton Chair: Alexander Kentikelenis, University of Cambridge Participants: Young Adults and Resilience to Economic Shocks. Aaron Reeves, University of Oxford Albanian Migrants during the Greek Crisis: The Interplay between Survival Strategies and Social Resilience Perspectives. Eda Gemi, University of Athens & Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy Narratives of Displacement: Ordinary People and the End of the Amsterdam Public Housing Tradition. Paul Mepschen, University of Amsterdam When the welfare state disappears: Social resilience and the newly disadvantaged. Alexander Kentikelenis, University of Cambridge Discussant: Jan Willem Duyvendak, University of Amsterdam 033. Strategizing in Labor Markets 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Governors Chair: Benedicta Marzinotto, University of Udine Participants: Tracing the Culture behind Job-Seeking Practices: A Tale of Two Meritocratic Countries. Selene Camargo Correa, University of Barcelona Ethnic Inequality in the Labour Market: The Transferability of Skills and Degrees. Bram Lancee, Social Science Research Center Berlin (WZB); Thijs Bol, University of Amsterdam; Mark Levels, School of Business and Economics, Research Centre for Education and the Labour Market Employment Trajectories beyond Retirement in Modern Societies. Daniela Hochfellner, University of Michigan; Carola Burkert, Institute for Employment Research The Comparative Political Economy of Working Time. James Conran, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 034. The Causes and Consequences of Citizenship and Integration Policy in Europe: Comparative Perspectives 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Capitol Chair: Rahsaan Maxwell, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Participants: Explaining Variation in Citizenship Regimes in Europe. Maarten Vink, Maastricht UniversityEuropean University Institute; Rainer Baubock, European University Institute; Costica Dumbrava, Maastricht University Does Mandatory Integration Matter? Effects of Civic Requirements on Immigrant Socioeconomic and Political Outcomes. Sara Goodman, University of California, Irvine; Matthew Wright, American University Contextual push/pull factors and their influence on naturalization: A longitudinal analysis comparing

Sweden and Norway. Jonas Helgertz, Lund University; Pieter Bevelander, Malm University Between policies and outcomes: Surveying immigrants perceptions of the obstacles in naturalisation procedures. Thomas Huddleston, Maastricht University Discussant: Anthony Messina, Trinity College 035. The European Commission during the Crisis of the 1970s (1973-85): Resurrection or Survival? 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Senate Chair: Morten Rasmussen, University of Copenhagen Participants: The Commissions centralizing role in competition policy (1973-89). Laurent Warlouzet, London School of Economics The Commissions Role during Britains 1973 Enlargement Talks and the 1975 Renegotiation. Michael Geary, University of Maastricht A steering, but ineffective and counterproductive force? The role of the EEC Commission in the development of European banking regulation and supervision in the long 1970s. Emmanuel Mourlon-Druol, University of Glasgow From the Cell to the Courtroom: The Extraordinary Career of European Jurist Walter Much. Billy Davies, American University Discussant: Desmond Dinan, George Mason University 036. Understanding Elections through Voter Preference 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Council Chair: Amel Ahmed, University of Massachusetts, Amherst Participants: Filling in the Blanks, the Effect of Primary Elections on Valid Voting, Abstention and Blank-Null Votes: Investigating Different Forms of Electoral Participation and Their Responsiveness to Parties Democratization. Chiara Superti, Harvard University The Education Gap in Politics: A Comparison of Political Participation in West European Countries. Mark Bovens, Utrecht University; Anchrit Wille, University of Leiden Learning When to Run and How to Vote: Strategic Electoral Behavior in Post-Communist Countries. Pablo Barber, New York University Standing By Your (Wo)Man? How Voter Ideology Impacts Party Loyalty in the Face of Corruption Scandals. Nicholas Charron, Copenhagen Business School; Andreas Bgenholm, University of Gothenburg Determinants of the Choice for Personalization Strategies in Election Campaigns. Marian Bohl, University of Zurich Discussant: Guido Tiemann, Institute For Advanced Studies, Vienna 037. Vulnerability at the Border: Europe and Its Periphery 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Sales Conference Chair: Krystyna Litton, Temple University Participants:

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From Antagonism to Partnership on and across the Greek-Turkish Border: Redefining the Self and the Other on the Borders of EU? Zeynep Kasli, University of Washington, Seattle The Re-Emergence of Emigration from Peripheral Western Europe: A New Trend or a Return to Past Ways? Irial Glynn, Leiden University Transnational Protective Networks: Substituting or Complementing Formal Protective Structures? Basak Bilecen, Bielefeld University Competing Regionalism in Europe: Strategies of the EU and Russia in the Shared Neighbourhood. Irina Petrova, KU Leuven Resurrecting Geopolitics in the Black Sea Area: Historical Trends. Andra-Lucia Martinescu, University of Cambridge 038. Welfare State Reform in Flux 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Calvert Chair: Marius Busemeyer, University of Konstanz Participants: Under Pressure: Argumentative Patterns of Pressures and Opportunities for Welfare State Reforms in Three Affluent Welfare States. Achim Goerres, University of Duisburg-Essen; Rune Karlsen, University of Oslo; Staffan Kumlin, Institute for Social Research, Oslo; Rune Karlsen, University of Oslo Do Employers in CMEs Really Support Non-Liberal Institutions? Varieties of Capitalism and German Employer Preferences Revisited. Daniel Kinderman, University of Delaware A Silent Reform of the Welfare State: Changing Regressive Payroll Taxes into a Progressive Tax System ( France , 1993-2013). Michal Zemmour, Universit Lille 1 (Clers) Sciences-Po (LIEPP) Social Insurance over the Life Course and Population Health. Lyle Scruggs, University of Connecticut Discussant: Dennis Spies, University of Cologne 039. Whos in Charge? European Institutions and the Competition for Authority 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Private Dining Room Chair: Dessie Zagorcheva, Columbia University Participants: Where Is the High Authority? Marie-Jos Garot, IE Business School The Weakened Winner: The European Parliaments Budgetary Power after Lisbon. John Graham, Indiana University; Michael Bauer, German University of Administrative Sciences Speyer; Katerina Potapova, German University of Administrative Sciences Speyer Coming from the Cold:Why and How Background Factors of EU Officials and Member State Diplomats Influence the Decision-Making in EU Foreign Policy. Thomas Henkl, University of Agder, Kristiansand Beyond the Liberal-Restrictive Divide: The Commission As a Pragmatic Actor in Migration and Asylum Policy. Meghan Luhman, Johns Hopkins University

Populist Claims-Making in the European Parliament, 1999-2004. Bart Bonikowski, Harvard University; Noam Gidron, Harvard University Discussant: Andreas Maurer, University of Innsbruck 040. Resurrecting the Sociality of Debt and Credit: Financialization 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Governors Chair: Fabio Mattioli, CUNY Graduate Center Participants: Ubleha: Circling around a Promissory Form in Central Bosnia. Larisa Jasarevic, University of Chicago The social roots of the economy: LETSystems in Catalonia (Northeastern Spain). Slvia GmezMestres, University of Barcelona The green movement in Bulgaria as a neoliberal institutional form in debt and credit relations. Mariya Radeva, CUNY Graduate Center The latent value of domestic space in Belgrade. Charlotte Johnson, University College London Discussant: Elizabeth Dunn, University of Colorado at Boulder 041. The Euro Experience 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Blue Room Chair: Craig Parsons, University of Oregon Participants: Germany and the Euro: The Reluctant Leader. Abraham Newman, Georgetown University Europes Middle Child: Frances Euro Experience. Mark Vail, Tulane University The Euro and the Troubled Mediterranean: Italy and Spain. Jonathan Hopkin, London School of Economics and Political Science Discussant: Sheri Berman, Barnard College 042. Thinking beyond the Euro-Crisis I: Governing the Euro-Economy 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Diplomat Chair: Ulrike Liebert, University of Bremen / Centre for European Studies Participants: A Financial Sector in Contradiction with the Basic Principles of Liberalism. Marc Chesney, University of Zurich Political Tensions in Euro-Varieties of Capitalism. Aidan Regan, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies Avoiding Monocultures in the European Union: The Case for the Mutual Recognition of Difference in Conditions of Uncertainty. Richard Bronk, London School of Economics and Political Science; Wade Jacoby, Brigham Young University A Budget for European Economic Governance. Jos Tavares, Universidade Nova de Lisboa Discussant: Philippe Pochet, Universit catholique de Louvain

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043. Unhappy Returns: Ethno-Nationalism, Nazism and Anti-Communism as Forms of Political Persuasion 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Capitol Chair: Mabel Berezin, Cornell University Participants: Death Images and Symbols in the Historical and Contemporary German Far Right Wing. Cynthia Miller-Idriss, American University Back to the Future? Revolution of the Right in Hungary. Jason Wittenberg, University of California, Berkeley History and the Rise of the Golden Dawn in Greece. Antonis Ellinas, University of Cyprus Anti-Communism without Communists: Silvio Berlusconis Red Scare, 1993-2008. Marla Stone, Occidental College Discussant: Gail Kligman, University of California, Los Angeles 044. All about the Money? Regulating the Finance Sector in Times of Crisis 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Senate Chair: Jane Gingrich, University of Oxford Participants: Destructive Creation: The Unintended Consequences of the Rise of Finance. Gregory Fuller, American University The Origin and Effects of Policy Fragmentation Related to Financial Stability in the EMU: The ECB in Perspective. Sara Konoe, Kansai University Saving the Market from Itself: The Politics of Financial Intervention. Christopher Mitchell, George Washington University The Resurrection of the Federal Idea: Understanding Intergovernmental Change in the European Union. Robert Csehi, Central European University Fiscal Policy in Financialized Times: Multi-Sited Policy Design, Investor Loyalty and Financialization in the European Financial Crisis. Cornel Ban, Boston University Discussant: Pascal Petit, Universite de Paris 13 045. Author Meet the Critics: European States and Their Muslim Citizens 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Hampton Chair: Michle Lamont, Harvard University Participants: Yasemin Soysal, University of Essex Patrick Simon, Institut National d'Etudes Dmographiques (INED) Matthias Koenig, University of Gttingen John Bowen, Washington University in St. Louis Christophe Bertossi, French Institute of International Relations Jan Willem Duyvendak, University of Amsterdam 046. Caring about Gender in European Politics 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Congressional A Chair: Elizabeth Evans, Bristol University

Participants: Use of a Social Inclusion Index to Measure Gender Inclusion in Europe 2020. Sandi DiMola, Carlow University; Allyson Lowe, Carlow University The Origin of Gender Differences in Redistributive Preferences: Testing Old Theories with New FamilySibling Data from a Most Gender-Egalitarian Context. Achim Goerres, University of DuisburgEssen; Mads Jaeger, University of Copenhagen The National Roots of European Publics: Comparing Online Engagement of National and Transnational Womens Advocacy Networks. Sabine Lang, University of Washington; Henrike Knappe, Leuphana University Lueneburg Discussant: Melanie Hughes, University of Pittburgh 047. Coalitions and Policy Outcomes 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Calvert Chair: David Rueda, University of Oxford Participants: Employer Organization and Revenue Systems. Cathie Jo Martin, Boston University; Alex Hertel-Fernandez, Harvard University From Tariffs to Taxes: A Comparison of Europe and Latin America. Johannes Lindvall, University of Lund, Sweden; Thomas Brambor, Lund University Caught in a dilemma? Social-democratic parties, heterogeneous party electorates, and economic realignment. Silja Husermann, University of Zurich The Politics of Opting Out: Explaining the public/private division of labor in education financing. Marius Busemeyer, University of Konstanz Discussant: David Rueda, University of Oxford 048. Comparative Approaches to Studying Muslim Migrants and Minorities 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Congressional B Chair: Erik Bleich, Middlebury College Participants: Worlds Apart? Public Debates about Islam and Muslims Views of their Societies of Settlement. Paul Statham, University of Sussex Double-Edged: Minority Political Incorporation Policies and Outcomes in 12 European Countries. Justin Gest, Harvard University Dismantling the Islam State? 21st-Century Islam Policies in Western Europe, Turkey, and North Africa. Jonathan Laurence, Boston College Comparing Turkish Alevi and Sunni Immigrants in Western Europe A Natural Experiment on the Relationship between Cultural and Structural Integration. Ruud Koopmans, WZB Berlin Social Science Center Discussant: James Hampshire, University of Sussex 048B. Keeping the Faith: Examining the Nexus of Political and Religious Identity in Europe 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Presidential Board

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Room Participants: It Is Religion, Stupid! Of the Different Facets of Muslim Democracy in Turkey. Arolda Elbasani, Robert Schuman Center for Advanced Studies; Beken Saatcioglu, Institut Fuer Europaeische Integrationsforschung Oesterreich Identity Crisis: The European Unions Struggle with the Religion Question. Ashley Hudson, University of Florida Resurrecting Religion after Atheism in Postcommunist Albania. Mentor Mustafa, boston university Visible or Not so Visible Jews: Jewish Communes in Poland. Rohee Dasgupta, O.P. Jindal Global University, India 049. Inequality and Support for Redistribution 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Palladian Chair: Camilla Devitt, Trinity College Dublin Participants: A Gray Conspiracy? Retired Persons and Support for Cutting Spending on Unemployment Benefits. Amilcar Moreira, Univerisity of Lisbon A Requiem for Public Support of Welfare Provision by the State? An Impact Assessment on Governmental Responses to Economic Pressures on General Preferences Toward Public versus Private Welfare Provision. Sarah Berens, University of Cologne / Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies; Leonce Rth, University of Cologne Inequality, Fairness, and Preferences for Redistribution. Matthew Dimick, SUNY Buffalo Law School; David Rueda, University of Oxford Economic Perceptions, Emotions, and Inequality Aversion: Explaining Citizen Opposition to Income Inequality. Jason Hecht, Cornell University Discussant: Bruno Palier, Science Po, Paris 050. Origins, Myths and European Identity Politics 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Embassy Chair: James Cronin, Boston College Participants: European Identity and the Eurozone Crisis: Does Enhanced European Identity Generate Greater Support for Further Economic Integration? Kristine Mitchell, Dickinson College From Decadent to Reborn Europe: Raymond Arons Ironic Legacy for French Visions of Europe, 19761991. Philip Fileri, Harvard University Resurrecting the Myth of Europes Judeo-Christian Heritage. Anya Topolski, Center for Ethical, Social and Political Philosophy Between Federation and Groraum: Carl Schmitt and the European Union. Mark Hirschboeck, World Bank European Resurrection Requires European IdentityBuilding. Julie Braun, London School of Economics and Political Science Discussant: Jonathan White, London School of Economics

and Political Science 051. Parties and Parliaments in Britain and Germany 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Empire Chair: Louise Davidson-Schmich, University of Miami Participants: German Elections 2013: What Explains the Rise of the AfD? Krystyna Litton, Temple University The Renaissance of the Catch-All Parties? Examining Party System Change in the 2013 German Federal Election. Charles Lees, University of Bath Time Is a Scarce Resource but You Wouldnt Know It! Allocating Parliamentary Time in the United Kingdom and Germany. Michael Koss, University of Potsdam; Miriam Tan, University of California, Berkeley Parliamentary Debates on the Eurocrisis in Germany and the UK. Martine Huberty, University of Sussex Discussant: Helga Welsh, Wake Forest University 052. Prospects for the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Executive Chair: Jeffrey Anderson, Georgetown University Participants: Daniel Hamilton, Center for Transatlantic Relations / Johns Hopkins SAIS Gary Hufbauer, Peterson Institute for International Economics Thomas Straubhaar, Hamburgischen WeltWirtschaftsInstituts (HWWI) 053. Remembering, Reliving, and Recycling Heroic Histories in Postwar East Central Europe 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Council Chair: Arpad von Klimo, Catholic University of America Participants: How the Heydrich Assassination Became Good: Czech History and Memory since 1989. Thomas Ort, Queens College CUNY Resurrecting Fascists as Orthodox Saints. Roland Clark, Eastern Connecticut State University Engaging the Past with Fear: The Post-Communist Resurrection of the Iron Guards Ideas in the Romanian Orthodox Church. Ionut Biliuta, USHMM Discussant: Irina Livezeanu, University of Pittsburgh 054. Reviving the Colonial Past in the Postcolonial Present in the Francophone World 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Chairmans Chair: Kathryn Kleppinger, George Washington University Participants: Anti-Colonial Political Activism in a Neo-Colonial World: Sally NDongo, the UGTSF, and Neocolonialism in West Africa and France. Gillian Glaes, Carroll College Colonial History as a (Counter-)Revolutionary Weapon? Francophone Postcolonial Narratives in

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State and Society. Burleigh Hendrickson, Northeastern University The Cost of Independence: Haitis Claim for Restitution of the 1825 Indemnity Imposed by France. JeanFranois Brire, State University of New York at Albany Discussant: Melissa Byrnes, Southwestern University 055. Structural Influences on Labor and Financial Flows 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Committee Chair: Lucio Baccaro, University of Geneva Participants: Economic and Labour Market Outsiderness among Young People in the EU. Emmanuele Ferragina, Oxford University; Joseph Feyertag, University of Oxford; Martin Seeleib-Kaiser, University of Oxford Derangement or Development? Political Economy of EU Structural Funds Allocation in New Member States: Insights from the Hungarian Case. Judit Kalman, Hungarian Academy of Sciences Bankruptcy Process: A Way of Resurrection? Andris Saulitis, The New School for Social Research FDI in Central and Eastern Europe and Selected Former USSR Countries after 1989: Focus on the Changing Nature of FDI Inflows. Angela Solikova, Fordham University From Tax Cuts toward Social Investment: Analyzing an Alternative Employment Strategy in France. Bruno Palier, Centre dtudes Europennes, Sciences Po; Michal Zemmour, Universit Lille 1 (Clers) Sciences-Po (LIEPP); Clment Carbonnier, Universit de CergySciences-Po (LIEPP) Discussant: G. Amyot, Queens University, Kingston 056. Taking Stock: Assessing European Integration and Community 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Sales Conference Chair: Theresa Kuhn, Free University Berlin Participants: Is Quantitative Research on EU Decision-Making Too Confident in EU Transparency? Florence Deloche Gaudez, Sciences Po, Paris; Selma Bendjaballah, Sciences Po, Paris Applied History and the European Union: The Case of normative Integrationism. Andrew Blick, Kings College London The Community Deficit. Amitai Etzioni, George Washington University An Index of EU Institutional Integration. Demosthenes Ioannou, ECB How Politicization Shapes the Patterns and Dynamics of European Integration. Markus Jachtenfuchs, Hertie School of Governance Berlin; Philipp Genschel, Jacobs University Bremen Discussant: Achim Hurrelmann, Carleton University 057. The EU in the World: Democracy and External Relations 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Cabinet

Chair: Zaki Laidi, Sciences Po Participants: The Politics of Election Observation: The Evolution of European Union Election Observation Missions. Elise Dufief, Northwestern/EHESS Evolving Strategies of the EU in Its Neighbourhood: European Neighbourhood Policy as an Effective Foreign Policy Instrument? Suhal Semsit, Dokuz Eyll University Internal Cohesiveness and External Effectiveness of the EU in World Politics. Sophie Meunier, Princeton University; Eugenia da Conceicao-Heldt, TU Dresden The EU as an Actor and Postnational Sovereign: Between Doctrine, Theory, and Practice. Elaine Fahey, University of Amsterdam Resurrecting the Individual in the Study of European Union Foreign Policy. Lorinc Redei, University of Texas at Austin Discussant: Klaus Larres, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 058. The Eurocrisis in Broad Perspective 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Private Dining Room Chair: Kalypso Nicolaidis, Oxford University Participants: The European Central Bank and the Eurozone Crisis: Constitutional Amendment by Stealth? Paulo Vila Maior, University Fernando Pessoa Iceland and the International Financial Crisis: Boom, Bust, and Recovery. Eirikur Bergmann, Bifrost University Ordoliberalism and Its Contradictions in Resolving the Euro Crisis.Brigitte Young, University of Muenster, Germany Re-Envisioning Crisis: A Comparative Discourse Approach to EU Institutional Change. Ben Rosamond, University of Copenhagen; Holly Snaith, University of Copenhagen / University of Sheffield Economic Crisis and the Crisis of the Alternative: Solidarity Economy in Europe. Sena Aydin, Cornell University Discussant: David Cameron, Yale University 059. Understanding Contemporary Protest: The Means and Goals of Public Mobilization 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Forum Chair: Pauline Cullen, National University of Ireland Maynooth Participants: Que Se Vayan Todos! Understanding Political Outcomes of Anti-Austerity Protests. Eric Turner, University of New Mexico The White Sport: Popular Depictions of the 1968 Bstad Demonstrations. Aaron Kahn, independent scholar Toward the Full Institutionalization of European Protest. John McCarthy, Pennsylvania State University; Anouk van Leeuwen, VU University The Financial Crisis in Iceland and the Public as a

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Political Agent. Anna Gora, Carleton University Protecting the Commons, Resurrecting the Idea of Politics as Public Good: The Mobilizations of the Movimento 5 Stelle in Italy and of the Indignados Movement in Spain against Institutional Corruption. Lorenzo Cini, European University Institute; Eliska Drapalova, European University Institute From Chastened to Unchastened Crowd in Hungary. Alice Freifeld, University of Florida 060. Rhetorics of Exclusion: A New Extreme European Public Culture? 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Capitol Chair: Mabel Berezin, Cornell University Participants: Retro-racism and the Radical Right in Hungary. Jon Fox, University of Bristol; Zsuzsanna Vidra, Central European University The Reconstruction of European Politics? Isomorphism, Contagion, and the Remaking of the Left-Right Axis in the Digital Age. Stephanie Mudge, University of California, Davis The Nouvelle Droite and the Return of the Conservative Revolution: The demos against liberalism. Alberto Spektorowski, Tel Aviv University Civil Society, Radicalism, and the Rediscovery of Mythic Nationalism. Virag Molnar, New School for Social Research Discussant: Rodney Benson, New York University 061. Resurrecting the Sociality of Debt and Credit: The Resurrection of Submerged Reciprocities 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Governors Chair: Charlotte Johnson, Institute for Sustainable Resources, UCL Participants: I Owe You One: Informal Loans, International Debt, and Roma Workers in Bulgaria. Elana Resnick, University of Michigan Grassroots Solidarity Economy in Greece. Theodoros Rakopoulos, University of Pretoria Submerged reciprocities in the era of financialization. Jaime Palomera, Universitat de Barcelona Liquid Debt, Liquid Relations: The case of Skopje. Fabio Mattioli, CUNY Graduate Center Discussant: Janet Roitman, The New School for Social Research 062. The Euro Future 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Blue Room Chair: Kathleen McNamara, Georgetown University Participants: The German Problem: The Timing of Politics and the Politics of Timing. Wade Jacoby, Brigham Young University European Integration Past, Present, and Future: Moving Forward through Crisis? Craig Parsons, University of Oregon; Matthias Matthijs, Johns Hopkins SAIS

The Euro as an Episode in the History of Money. Eric Helleiner, University of Waterloo Discussant: Charles Kupchan, Georgetown University 063. Thinking beyond the Euro-Crisis II: Constitutional Transformations 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Diplomat Chair: Renaud Dehousse, FNSP/ Centre dtudes europennes Participants: The Economic Crisis and the Courts. Lina Papadopoulou, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki A Re-Parliamentarization of European Politics? The German Bundestag and the Euro-Crisis. Timm Beichelt, European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder) Parliamentary Democracy and the Euro-Crisis: Between Multi-Level Parliamentarism and Reciprocal MultiLevel Ignorance. Andreas Maurer, University of Innsbruck Constitutional Mutation: The Crisis and Governance of EU Macro-Economic and Fiscal Policies. Carlos Closa, Institute For Public Goods, Madrid Who Is the Guardian for Constitutionalism in Europe after the Financial Crisis? Michelle Everson, Birkbeck College, University of London Discussant: Kalypso Nicolaidis, Oxford University 064. Beyond the Board Room: Understanding Firm Behavior 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Senate Chair: Jette Knudsen, Copenhagen Business School Participants: The Resurrection of the European Shareholder? Michele Brunetta, University of Trento Business and the Struggle over EU Corporate Social Responsibility and Non-Financial Reporting: 19932013. Daniel Kinderman, University of Delaware Firm Collective Action after the Crisis of Capitalism. Roger Schoenman, University of California, Santa Cruz Rethinking International Financial Governance: Private Bankers and the Vienna Initiative. Jana Grittersova, University of California, Riverside Preferences of Firms during Economic Crisis: Evidence from Spain. Alexander Kuo, Cornell University; Jose Fernandez, CSIC Discussant: Matthew Dimick, SUNY Buffalo Law School 065. Contentious Politics in Contemporary Europe 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Hampton Chair: Natalia Ruiz-Junco, American University Participants: Food in #Gezi Park Protests: From Ideology and Solidarity to Resistance. Cengiz Haksz, University of Pittsburgh Social Movements and the Eurocrisis: Unified in Grievance but Diversified in Protest. John FitzGibbon,

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Canterbury Christ Church University Differences and Commonalities between Radical Right-Wing and Radical Left-Wing Activists: Evidence from Interview Research. Daniel Stockemer, University of Ottawa Beyond the Parties: Political Networks, Cultural Environments and the Transnationalization of the Far-Right Movement in Europe. Jan Schedler, RuhrUniversity Bochum Social Media Tribalism and New Social Movements: The Case of Gezi Park Protests in Turkey. B. Aysuda Kolemen, Istanbul Kemerburgaz University Discussant: Natalia Ruiz-Junco, American University 066. Critical Approaches to Well-Being in Social Welfare Policy 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Calvert Chair: Richard Weiner, Rhode Island College Participants: Giving a Fish or Teaching to Fish? Forms of State Intervention and Subjective Well-Being. Alexander Jakubow, Rutgers University To Reform or Not to Reform? Exploring the Conditions for Successful Welfare Policy Reform through a Comparison of Pension Reform and Sick Pay Inertia in Norway. Anniken Hagelund, Institute for Social Research; Axel Pedersen, Institute for social research Empowered Citizens or Dissatisfied Democrats? Examining the Effects of Austerity Measures on Political Equality. Jennifer Shore, Humboldt University of BerlinUniversity of Mannheim Social Democratic Influence on Social Policy in the Era of Retrenchment. Evelyne Huber, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Discussant: Lyle Scruggs, University of Connecticut 067. Current Gender Equality Policies in Europe 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Congressional A Chair: Laura Frader, Northeastern University Participants: Promises into Policy: When do gender quality policies become law in Western Europe? Claire Annesley, University of Manchester; Isabelle Engeli, University of Ottawa; Francesca Gains, University of Manchester Intersectionality in EU gender based violence policies: Approach and articulation. Emanuela Lombardo, Universidad Complutense de Madrid; Lise Agustn, Aalborg University Comparing Gender Equality in Care Policies: Beyond Regimes, Hybrids and Real Utopias. Rossella Ciccia, National University of Ireland Maynooth The European Union, Gender Equality, and Feminist Mobilization in Ireland. Pauline Cullen, National University of Ireland Maynooth Transforming German Universities: 21st-Century Opportunities for Gender Equality. Kathrin Zippel, Northeastern University; Myra Marx Ferree, University of Wisconsin; Karin Zimmermann, Martin

Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg Discussant: Laura Frader, Northeastern University 068. Delineating Religious Community in Europe 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Congressional B Chair: Paul Freston, Wilfrid Laurier University Participants: A Filthy Sort of Cleanliness: Blood Purity Rhetoric and the Complicidad Grande in Cartagena De Indias, 1635-1645. Brian Hamm, University of Florida Governing Religious Diversity amid National Redefinition: Muslim Incorporation in Contemporary Spain. Avi Astor, Tel Aviv University Deviance and High Risk Mobilization: Religious Networks and the Rescue of Jews in the Netherlands. Robert Braun, Cornell University Copying Novelties: Carolingian Strategies of Christianization in Sermons. Laura Hohman, Catholic University of America Religion and New Immigrants Structural Integration in Europe. Ayse Gveli, University of Essex; Matthias Koenig, University of Gttingen Spains Jewish Question: National Identity between Politics and Cultural Memory Work. Hazel Gold, Emory University Discussant: Valerie Amiraux, Universit de Montral 069. First-Wave Democratization in Europe: Insights for Contemporary Regime Change 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Forum Chair: Sheri Berman, Barnard College Participants: Safeguarding Democracy? Pre-democratic Elites and the Role of Institutional Safeguards. Amel Ahmed, University of Massachusetts, Amherst Dying Swans: The Role of Conservative Political Parties in Europes Long-Run Democratization. Daniel Ziblatt, Harvard University How Democratic Was (Western) Europe Before 1914? David Art, Tufts University The role of identity in revolutionary regime change, 1917-18 and 1989-91. Yitzhak Brudny, Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Evgeny Finkel, George Washington University Democratization beyond National Capitals: Clues from the First Wave. Kelly McMann, Case Western Reserve University Discussant: Sheri Berman, Barnard College 070. Identity and Branding: Constructing the Nation 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Embassy Chair: Catherine Guisan, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities Participants: Citizenship Discourse: Italianness Represented in the Muslim World. Lauren Marr, Catholic University of America Designing Alsatian Identity: Regional Branding and the

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Resurrection of Conflict. Christa Burdick, University of Massachusetts, Amherst In Soviet Fetters: Resurrecting Soviet Past in Estonias Nation Branding. Stanislav Budnitskiy, Carleton University The French Left and Regional Cultural Politics: Decentralization during the Popular Front. Mattie Fitch, Yale University Use of History and Nation Formation. Magdalena Dembinska, Universit de Montral; Ekaterina Lorye, The European University at St-Petersburg Discussant: Martha Lampland, University of California, San Diego 071. Incorporation, Migrants, and Minorities: A Comparative Perspective 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Empire Chairs: Leah Haus, Vassar College; Ruxandra Paul, Harvard University Participants: National Identity among Young Elites in the United States and Britain. Natasha Warikoo, Harvard University Ideas, Institutions, and School Curricula: Explaining Variation between England and France. Leah Haus, Vassar College Citizens of the Market or Migrants Incorporated? Why Transnational State Building Has Failed in the Era of Free Movement. Ruxandra Paul, Harvard University The Politics of Managing Diasporas. Harris Mylonas, George Washington University Discussant: Christiane Lemke, New York University 072. Innovation, Jobs, and Green Growth 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Executive Chair: Bart Van Ark, The Conference Board Participants: Ilaria Maselli, Centre For European Policy Studies Nathan Hultman, University of Maryland Lucia Kurekova, Slovak Governance Institute Robert Atkinson, Information Technology and Innovation Foundation Discussants: Miroslav Beblavy, Center For European Policy Studies; Paul Zagame, SEURECO - ERASME 073. Life and Debt: Coping with Austerity 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Committee Chair: Rosemary Taylor, Tufts University Participants: Economics, Expertise, and the Everyday: Making a Future in Greece. Soo-Young Kim, Columbia University When the Chips Are on the Table: Greedy Voters, Ambitious Politicians, and External Budget Constraints in Crisis-Ridden Portugal and Greece. Nikolaos Biziouras, U. S. Naval Academy Coping with Austerity at the Regional Level: Fiscal Adjustment and Welfare Reform Strategies in

Response to the Fiscal Crisis in Spanish Regions. Csar Colino, Spanish National Distance-Learning University (UNED); Eloisa Del Pino, Spanish Council for Scientific Research (CSIC) Re-Conceptualizing Welfare State Retrenchment: Bringing Distributional Conflict Back In. H. Tolga Bolukbasi, Bilkent University; Efe Savas, Bilkent University Discussant: Ana Maria Evans, University of Lisbon 074. Policy and Prejudice: Challenges to Immigrant Integration 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Sales Conference Chair: Dagmar Soennecken, York University Participants: Anti-Muslim Prejudice: A Comparison of West European and North American Cases. Serdar Kaya, Simon Fraser University The Quiet Indian Revolution in Italys Dairy Industry. Kathryn Lum, European University Institute, Italy How Does the Rate of Change Affect Attitudes about Immigration? Pete Mohanty, University of Texas at Austin Tough Discourse Soft Policy? The Impact of the Radical Right on Immigration Policymaking in Advanced Industrialized Countries. Malisa Zobel, Social Science Research Center Berlin (WZB) Discussant: Maarten Vink, European University Institute 075. Post-Colonial Resurrections: Methodological Issues in the Study of African and Caribbean Im/Migration in Europe 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Chairmans Chair: Audrey Clestine, Universit Lille 3 UFR AngellierlInstitut des Sciences Sociales du Politique (ISP-Nanterre) Participants: Is It Better to be Black in the U.S. or France? French Caribbean Perspectives on Race Relations in the Obama Era. Crystal Fleming, SUNY Stony Brook Transnational Circulations of Ideas, Comparative Frameworks, and the Construction of Blackness in France. Audrey Clestine, Universit Lille 3 UFR Angellier Black Beauty and the Making of Black French Visual Culture. Sarah Bakabadio, EHESS Being and Becoming Ethnic in Europe and Africa: The State and the Politics of Recognition in Nigeria, France, and the UK. Kathryn Nwajiaku, Oxford University Studying Second Generation Africans in the UK and US. Onoso Imoagene, University of Pennsylvania Discussant: Vilna Treitler, The Graduate Center, City University of New York 076. Resurrection, Reference, and Historical Memory in the Formation of European Identities 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Council

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Chair: Adam Boss, Brown University Participants: The Danger of Reviving Black Music from Colonial Spain. Andrew Cashner, University of Chicago Renovating the Royal Museum for Central Africa: Colonial Display and Contemporary Publics in Belgium. Jenny Folsom, University of Massachusetts Amherst Raising the Dead to Die Again: The English Restoration and the Transformation of Memory. Mark Duggan, Rutgers University What If I Told You... that Anti-Jesuit Rhetoric Was a Seventeenth-Century Meme? Christopher Gillett, Brown University The Rehabilitation of German Expressionism and the creation of a new, democratic culture: West Germanys contributions to the Venice Biennale, 1948-1952. Frances Tanzer, Brown University Discussant: Adam Boss, Brown University 077. Sociologies of the One Percent: Transatlantic Perspectives 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Palladian Chair: Bruno Cousin, University of Lille 1University of Lille 1 Participants: The China Trade: Lifeblood of the early American elite. Shamus Khan, Columbia University America as Distinction: varieties of cosmopolitanism in Paris social clubs. Bruno Cousin, University of Lille 1; Sbastien Chauvin, University of Amsterdam How the Other Half Parties: Distinction and Display among the Jet Set. Ashley Mears, Boston University Local lifestyles: Renovation and rhetorics of need in elite New York families. Rachel Sherman, New School for Social Research Discussant: Jan Willem Duyvendak, University of Amsterdam 078. The Political Construction of a European Past: 18151945-1989 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Cabinet Chair: Michael Wintle, University of Amsterdam Participants: Histories of European resurrections, 1815, 1945, 1989. Ido Haan de, University of Utrecht The Recovery and the Reinvention of Europe after WWII. Sheryl Kroen, University of Florida Inventing Historical Europe (1815-1830). Matthijs Lok, University of Amsterdam The Reinvention of Eastern Europe (1989-2004). Carlos Reijnen, University of Amsterdam Discussant: Michael Wintle, University of Amsterdam 079. The Politics of Precarious Employment: Determinants and Consequences 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Private Dining Room Chair: David Rueda, University of Oxford Participants:

The service sector: Boone or bane for womens economic security? Susanne Mnn, University of Konstanz; Aurlien Abrassart, University of Konstanz Face-to-Face Service Occupations in Europe. Moira Nelson, University of Lund The political behaviour of labour market insiders and outsiders: Taking mobility seriously. Paul Marx, University of Southern Denmark The Dual Vote of Dual Labour Markets: The Relation between Economic Cycle, Job Protection, and Voting Behavior. Jorge Galindo, University of Geneva Political Parties and Non-Standard Employment: France, Germany, Italy, and Spain in Comparison. Georg Picot, University of Oxford; Irene Menendez, Nuffield College, Oxford University Discussant: Johannes Lindvall, University of Lund, Sweden 080. Why Study Europe When Everyone Is Pivoting to Asia 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Presidential Board Room Chair: Jeffrey Anderson, Georgetown University Participant: Abraham Newman, Georgetown University 081. Morality in Contemporary European Society and Politics (Plenary) 6:00 to 7:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Blue Room Chair: Juan Dez Medrano, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid Participants: John Hall, McGill University Michle Lamont, Harvard University Victor Prez-Daz, Universidad Complutense de Madrid

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082. Europes Changing Lessons from the Past Central and Eastern European Perspectives 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Senate Chair: Aline Sierp, Maastricht University Participants: The Europeanisation of the Holocaust Memory in Eastern Europe. Marek Kucia, Jagiellonian University Ccile Tormay: The Contested Legacy of Hungarys Greatest Woman. Anita Kurimay, Bryn Mawr College German-Polish Reconciliation after the Second World War as Learning from the Past: The Example of the German and Polish Catholic Episcopates. Urszula Pekala, Leibniz Institute of European History (IEG) Fears and Hopes: Semantics and Argumentations of Polish Ways of Coming to Terms with the Past after 1989. Paulina Gulinska-Jurgiel, Zentrum fr Zeithistorische Forschung Potsdam Discussant: Jane Kitaevich, Harvard University 083. Past Imperfect: Crisis, Political Extremes, and Democratic Challenges 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Capitol Chair: Virag Molnar, New School for Social Research Participants: David Art, Tufts University Mabel Berezin, Cornell University Richard Swedberg, Cornell University Kim Scheppele, Princeton University Robert Fishman, University of Notre Dame 084. Postcolonial Immigrants in Western Europe: Can Colonial Legacy Explain Integration Outcomes? 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Palladian Chair: Richard Lewis, Vrije Universiteit Brussel Participants: How (post)colonial racism reassesses the postcolonial bonus hypothesis: The case of Algerian industrial workers in France (1950s-1980s). Laure Pitti, Paris 8 University/CNRS Postcolonial immigration and integration (dis)advantage in France. Amanda Garrett, Harvard University The Belgian-Congolese Post-Colonial Migration Relation: Explaining the post-colonial Malus. Sarah Demart, Universit de Lige Analyzing the first years of a French Black National Umbrella Organization: Can a post-colonial minority group obtain a collective access to political visibility? Samuel Ghiles-Meilhac, Ecole des hautes tudes en sciences sociales / Science Po Paris The postcolonial malus: A critical normative appraisal of the postcolonial bonus hypothesis. Sandew Hira, International Institute for Scientific Research, The Hague

Postcolonial Immigration in Spain: A Field of Tensions. Daniel Etcheverry, Universidade Federal do Pampa Discussant: Ilke Adam, Vrije Universiteit Brussel 085. Thinking beyond the Euro-Crisis III: European Political Union 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Diplomat Chair: Juan Dez Medrano, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid Participants: Political Union: The Democratic Vision. Kalypso Nicolaidis, Oxford University Transnational Self-Determination: Resetting SelfGovernment in the Interdependence Age. Daniel Innerarity, UPV/EHU Democratic Governance Beyond State and Market Failures: Institutional Innovations for Bringing Citizens and Civil Society Back In. Ulrike Liebert, University of Bremen / Centre for European Studies What Is Europe? Meanings of Europe in Different Social Contexts. Jrg Rssel, Universitt Zrich; Georg Datler, University of Zurich; Julia Schroedter, University of Zurich Discussant: Lina Papadopoulou, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki 086. De-Commodifying and Re-Commodifying: The Political Economy of Immigration in Europe 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Hampton Chair: Andrew Geddes, University of Sheffield Participants: Do welfare states determine immigration policies? Sofia Perez, Boston University The Gendered Dimensions of Immigrant Employment: Work/Family Policies and Immigrant Labor Market Incorporation. Christel Kesler, Barnard College The Threat Is Real: Labor-Market Competition, Recession and Anti-Immigrant Sentiments in Europe. Javier Polavieja, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid On the Cost of Being a Muslim. Hilary Silver, Brown University The Political Economy of Border Politics in Europe and the United States. Martin Schain, New York University Discussants: Andrew Geddes, University of Sheffield; Martin Schain, New York University 087. Conflicts over Culture: Memory and the Making of Turkish Identity 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Cabinet Chair: Dominik Tolksdorf, Institut Francais des Relations Internationales (IFRI), Paris Participants: This Is Not the Soldier You Know: The Making and Unmaking of Military Victimhood in Turkeys AntiCoup Trials. Senem Kaptan, Rutgers University Vernacular Utopias in Turkey: Onsite Mobilization vs. Online Networking in the Making of New Social Movements. Utku Balaban, Ankara University

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Converting Byzantine Churches to Mosques: Resurrection of Ottomanism and Perceptions of Past in Modern Turkey. Pinar Ure, Istanbul Kemerburgaz University / London School of Economics and Political Science Encountering the Rupture: Narratives of the Gezi Protests in Turkey. Mert Arslanalp, Northwestern University Turkeys Non-European Identity: The New Geopolitical Context of Eastern Mediterranean. Ayse Uygun, University of Sorbonne Discussant: Saime Ozcurumez, Bilkent University 088. Elections, Culture, and Style: Extending the Influence of the Far Right 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Executive Chair: Jonathan Olsen, University of Wisconsin, Parkside Participants: A Transnational Extreme Right? New Right-Wing Tactics and the Use of the Internet. Manuela Caiani, Institute for Advanced Studies; Patricia Kroell, University of Wien Popular Opinion and the Rise of Illiberal Political Actors and Regimes. Aleksandar Matovski, Cornell University Golden Dawn: From Neo-Nazism to Populism in Contemporary Greece. Tryfon Bampilis, University of Oxford Style Wars: Visual Shifts in the Contemporary European Far-Right: Action Repertoire, Visual Performance, and Collective Identity in Neo-Nazism. Jan Schedler, Ruhr-University Bochum Golden Dawn Contained? Explaining Variation in the Emergence of Right-Wing Radicalism in Southern Europe. Michael Baum, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth Discussant: Francis McGowan, University of Sussex 089. Labor Market Dualization and the Politics of Insider/ Outsider Divides 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Embassy Chair: Kathleen Thelen, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Participants: The Political and Institutional Determinants of Labor Market Liberalization and Dualization in Europe. Tim Vlandas, University of Reading; Marco Simoni, London School of Economics and Political Science Cheap Labor: Labor Migration, Labor Market Institutions, and Institutional Change. Anke Hassel, Hertie School of Governance; Jette Knudsen, Copenhagen Business School The Political Consequences of Labor Market Dualization. Charlotte Cavaille, Harvard University The vulnerable middle class? Labor market vulnerability and its impact on welfare state preferences. Silja Husermann, University of Zurich; Thomas Kurer, University of Zurich; Hanna Schwander, University of

Bremen Discussants: Marius Busemeyer, University of Konstanz; Kathleen Thelen, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 090. Matters of Life and Death: Resurrecting European Healthcare Systems 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Congressional A Chair: Philipp Hessel, London School of Economics Participants: Explaining Large Scale Policy Change in the Turkish Health Care System: Symbols, Myths, and New Ways of Framing the Reform Initiatives. Tuba Agartan, Providence College Eastern Europes Back to Bismarck: A Healthcare Systems Resurrection? Tamara Popic, European University Institute Private and Public Governance of a Global Health Dilemma: Defining a Course of Action on Diabetes. Dana Brown, Emlyon Business School; Jette Knudsen, Copenhagen University Accountabilities in Tension: Political vs. Social in German and English Healthcare Reforms. Paola Mattei, University of Oxford; Therese Feiler, University of Oxford; Mahima Mitra, University of Oxford Roma Access to Emergency Healthcare in Romania: Manufacturing Exclusion. Marius Wamsiedel, University of Hong Kong Remodelling the European Citizen, Expanding the Protections for Cross-Border Reproductive Decision making. Shelley Grant, Queen Mary University of London Discussant: Jason Beckfield, Harvard University 091. New Perspectives on Political Economy and Welfare 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Forum Chair: Moira Nelson, Lund University Participants: The Political Economy of Private Debt and Savings and Political Preferences in the United Kingdom. Anna auf dem Brinke, European University Institute Debt Decentralization in the European Union. Nawid Hoshmand, University of Cologne The Determinants of Trade Union Centralization: Investigating the Effects of Preference Heterogeneity among Workers on Union Centralization in Europe, the Americas, and Asia, 1900-2010. yvind Skorge, London School of Economics and Political Science; Magnus Rasmussen, Aarhus University The Evolution of Higher Education in Central and Eastern Europe: The Perspectives of Governments and Multinational Companies. Silvana Maria Tarlea, University of Oxford Risk Protection, Compensation or Social Investment? A Synthetic Approach to Welfare and Education Regimes. Janis Vossiek, University of Konstanz Discussant: Carsten Jensen, Aarhus University

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092. New Secessionist Demands and the Implications for Democracy and Federalism: The Case of Spain 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Governors Chair: Jose Olmeda, Universidad Nacional de Educacin a Distancia Participants: Federal Constitutional Reforms under the Threat of Secession? Conditions and Options for a Renewed Federalism in Spain. Csar Colino, Spanish National Distance-Learning University (UNED) Catalan Nationalism Resurgent: What the Spanish Model of Accommodation Can Teach Us about the Dynamics of Stability in Multinational States. Karlo Basta, Memorial University of Newfoundland The Manufacturing of a Secessionist Majority Public Opinion. Enrique Martinez-Herrera, Universitat Pompeu Fabra Democracy, Self-Determination, and the Case of Catalonia. Thomas Miley, University of Cambridge Mobilization from Above? The Dynamics of Catalan Nationalism Radicalization and Failed Federal Accommodation in Contemporary Spain, 1996-2014. Jose Olmeda, Universidad Nacional de Educacin a Distancia Discussant: Csar Colino, Spanish National DistanceLearning University (UNED) 093. Postwar Transformation of European Military and Police Institutions 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Council Chair: John Torpey, CUNY Graduate Center Participants: Who Fights? The Myth of the Citizen-Soldier. John Torpey, CUNY Graduate Center Modern Warfares Complexity and the Human Dimension: Implications for Europe. Derek Harvey, University of South Florida; David Jacobson, University of South Florida Wiretapping, Western Allies, and GestapoMethods: The Ptsch Affre and the Dichotomy of Constitutional Rights and Security. Constantin Goschler, Ruhr University-Bochum The Western Allies, Intelligence, and Police Organizations in Post-War Germany and the Nazi Past. Michael Wala, Ruhr-University, Bochum Discussant: Derek Harvey, Citizenship Initiative, University of South Florida 094. Provocative: Gender, Sexuality, and Transformations of Culture 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Private Dining Room Chair: Liza Mgge, University of Amsterdam Participants: Weimars Inversion Wave: Youth Psychology and the History of Sexuality. Javier Samper Vendrell, University of Wisconsin-Madison Amending Germanys Same Sex Partnership Law. Louise Davidson-Schmich, University of Miami

Ponies, Pirates, and Patriarchy: A Sociological Analysis of Multiple Masculinities in Contemporary German Politics. Paula-Irene Villa, Ludwig-MaximiliansUniversity Munich; Jasmin Siri, Ludwig-MaximiliansUniversity Munich Diversity in Unity: The Effects of Changing Membership Composition on Norm Internalization. Martijn Mos, Cornell University Queer Festivals in Europe: Horizontality, Do-ItYourself, and Counterpublics. Konstantinos Eleftheriadis, European University Institute Discussant: Nicholas Boston, CUNY Lehman College 095. Regulating Risk and Competition in Europes Financescapes 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Calvert Chair: Aleksander Lust, Appalachian State University Participants: Austerity Policies and Politics: The Case of Portugal. Catherine Moury, FCSH Measuring and Explaining Regulatory Reform in the EU: A Time Series Analysis of Eight Sectors, 19842012. Manuele Citi, Copenhagen Business School; Mogens Justesen, Copenhagen Business School Globalizations Local Branch or Safeguard against Its Negative Externalities? The European Union and the Disembedding or Reembedding of Markets. Dietmar Schirmer, University of Florida; Ioannis Ziogas, University of Florida Russia in the Global Economy: From BRIC to Post-Industrial Europe. Rudra Sil, University of Pennsylvania Regulatory Competition in the EU and the Impact of the Financial Crisis on the Euro-Zone: The Case of the Asset-Backed Commercial Paper Market. Matthias Thiemann, Goethe Universitaet Frankfurt am Main Discussant: Orfeo Fioretos, Temple University 096. Resurrecting the Concept of Empire in EU Studies 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Chairmans Chair: Josep Colomer, Georgetown University Participants: Is Empire Resurrected or Defeated? Reinterpreting the EU. Stella Ghervas, Harvard University / MSHA, Bordeaux The Political Economy of European Borders. Enrico Spolaore, Tufts University The EU Mediterranean: Empire, Borders and the Wild East. Elizabeth Covington, University of Wisconsin, Madison Are the best broths really made in the oldest pots? Promises and limits of the resurrection of the concept of empire in EU studies. Magali Gravier, Copenhagen Business School Discussant: Josep Colomer, Georgetown University

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097. Shaping Russian Futures through Policy and Culture 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Committee Chair: Kelly McMann, Case Western Reserve University Participants: Breaking Down the Man of Steel: Stalin in Russia Today. Charles Sullivan, The George Washington University Resurrection in Russia? Catherine Guisan, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities Building a Sphere of Influence in Its Backyard: The EURussia Competition in the Shared Neighbourhood. Eleonora Tafuro, FRIDE Post-Soviet Russian Liberalism in Search of Its Futures Past. Adam Leeds, University of Pennsylvania Discussant: Irina Petrova, KU Leuven 098. Sociocultural Leveraging: How and Why Status Majorities Elevate One Minority Group to Downgrade Another 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Blue Room Chair: Erik Bleich, Middlebury College Participants: The Politics of Socio-Cultural Leveraging: Why Gender Became Central to Immigrant Integration Policy in France. Kimberly Morgan, George Washington University The Nativist Triangle: Religion, race, and sex in the Netherlands. Markus Balkenhol, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam; Paul Mepschen, University of Amsterdam; Jan Willem Duyvendak, University of Amsterdam Divide and Conquer Politics: Perceptions of SocioEconomic Leveraging among Minorities in France. Crystal Fleming, SUNY Stony Brook Racial and ethnic leveraging in a color-blind context: Roma and Muslim patients in French hospitals. Christophe Bertossi, French Institute of International Relations; Dorothe Prudhomme, Institut dEtudes Politiques de Bordeaux Discussant: Tom Guglielmo, George Washington University 099. The Impact of the Eurozone Financial Crisis on EU Governance 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Sales Conference Chair: Frank Wendler, University of Washington Participants: The Euro Crisis and the Dilemmas of Intergovernmentalism. Sergio Fabbrini, Luiss Guido Carli Rome The European Commission and the Eurozone Crisis: An Interim Assessment. Michelle Cini, University of Bristol Europe between Rules and Discretion. Jonathan White, London School of Economics and Political Science EU Constitutionalism in Crisis: How the New Economic Governance Is Transforming European Law and Politics. Nicole Scicluna, Collegio Carlo Alberto The European Union in a Democracy Crisis? Assessing Supply and Demand. Achim Hurrelmann, Carleton

University Discussant: Frank Wendler, University of Washington 100. The Politics of the European Court of Human Rights 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Presidential Board Room Chair: Fernanda Nicola, American University Participants: Courting Justice, Flirting with Unity: Moving Beyond the Margin of Appreciation. Gwendolyn-Yvonne Alexis, Monmouth University Resurrecting the ECtHR: The Implications of the Pilot Judgment Procedure for Justice in Europe. Dilek Kurban, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP) Stampede for Justice? Legal Mobilization before the European Court of Human Rights. Lisa Conant, University of Denver Reforms to Lessen the Influence of the European Court of Human Rights: A New Strategy. Sarah Lambrecht, University of Antwerp The Politics of Judicial Dissent in Europe: The European Court of Human Rights and the European Court of Justice. Mark Pollack, Temple University; Jeffrey Dunoff, Temple University, Beasley School of Law Discussant: Giorgos Dimitrakopoulos, European Parliament 101. Unsheltered: Workers Losing Protection in Deregulatory Labor Markets 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Empire Chair: Paul Marx, University of Southern Denmark Participants: Eurocrisis and Sectoral Conflicts: How to Tame the Sheltered Sector? Imre Szabo, Central European University Fighting for Survival: Union Representation and Factory Regimes in Ukraine. Dragos Adascalitei, Mannheim Centre for European Social Research (MZES) Andre Gorz and Los Indignados: A Farewell to the Middle Class? Richard Weiner, Rhode Island College; Ivan Lopez Pardo, Carlos III University Madrid Crisis Mitigation and Euro-Commuters: An Analysis of Economic Crisis and Cross-Border Commuting Between the Republic of Ireland and Europe. David Ralph, University College Cork Deconstructing the EU Discourse on Work and Social Justice: Concepts, Power, and Alternatives. Maarten Keune, University of Amsterdam; Amparo Serrano, Complutense University Madrid Discussant: Jimmy Donaghey, University of Warwick 102. Within and without: Factors Influencing European Policy Making on the Environment 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Congressional B Participants: EU External Governance of Energy in the Neighbourhood: Tailoring the Rules of the Game? Luigi Carafa, University of Cambridge

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German Efforts to Shape European Renewable Energy Policy. Robert Cox, University of South Carolina; Mariam Dekanozishvili, University of South Carolina Guarding the Fire: Identity, Sovereignty, and Energy Policy in Eastern Europe. Lucia Seybert, American University How Party Politics Emerges and Institutionalizes on a New Issue: A Large-N Study of the Environmental Issue across 40 Years. Carsten Jensen, Aarhus University; Henrik Seeberg, University of Aarhus Involvement of Non-EU Countries in EU Law- and Policy-Making: A Research Agenda. Emilia Korkeaaho, University of Helsinki The Political Economy of Climate Change Regulation: Rent-Seeking in the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS). Sanjay Patnaik, George Washington University 103. Banal Transnationalism: Mobility, Encounters, Consumption 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Capitol Chair: Adrian Favell, Sciences Po Participants: A European Society through Mobilities? Insights from the EUCROSS Project. Justyna Salamonska, University Chieti-Pescara; Lorenzo Baglioni, University Chieti Pescara; Ettore Recchi, University of ChietiPescara Opportunity structures for intra-European binational family relations: The case study of Belgium. Tom de Winter, Vrije Universiteit Brussel; Suzana Koelet, Vrije Universiteit Brussel; Helga de Valk, Vrije Universiteit Brussel Cosmopolitisation and europeanisation of daily lives: the role of transnational consumption practices. Laurie Hanquinet, University of York; Mike Savage, University of York Banal Transnationalism in a Small Nation-State: Space, Place, and Belonging in Danish Mobilities. Janne Jensen, Aarhus University; Adrian Favell, Sciences Po Transnational Spaces and Linguistic Capital. Jrg Rssel, University of Zurich; Julia Schroedter, University of Zurich Discussant: Levent Soysal, Kadir Has University 104. EU Youth Policy 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Hampton Chair: Dora Kostakopoulou, University of Warwick Participants: Vulnerability, care and control: Insights from a study with vulnerable young people in the UK. Kate Brown, University of York The EUs response to the social consequences of the crisis. Michele Calandrino, European Commission Promoting employment for the young disabled as justification for diminishing social protection? Elisabeth Kohlbacher, Institute for Austrian and European Labour Law and Social Security Law

Youth unemployment and guarantees in recessionary times: Lessons from eight European countries. Corrine Nativel, University Paris-East Creteil The European Youth Guarantee: What Viability for Southern Member States? Chiara Lodi Rizzini, University of Milan Discussant: Paul Copeland, Queen Mary, University of London 105. Europes Changing Lessons from the Past South Eastern European Perspectives 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Senate Chair: Aline Sierp, Maastricht University Participants: Austria: Encore. The relationship between learning through literature and the collective repression of the past. Anne Dippel, Humboldt-University Berlin Lessons from the Past: A Discussion of Politics of Memory in Contemporary Turkey. Duygu Gul Kaya, York University Toronto Remembering Srebrenica, forgetting Jasenovac: Memory and oblivion of ethnic cleansing and genocide. Davide Denti, University of Trento The First World War as public memory in Bosnia, Croatia, and Serbia: From Yugoslav to national narratives and beyond. Tea Sindbk, University of Copenhagen Discussant: Philippe Perchoc, Universit Catholique de Louvain 106. Postcolonial Immigrants in Western Europe: Exploring Immigrant Care 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Palladian Chair: Ilke Adam, Vrije Universiteit Brussel Participants: Trends in Childcare and Social Inclusion Services in Europe: An Employment Analysis. Michaela Gstrein, Institute for Advances Studies; Liliana Mateeva, Institute for Advances Studies Post-Colonial Relations Shaping Migrant Care Workers Positionality. Bernard Weicht, Universiteit Utrecht Can we talk about a postcolonial cultural capital? The case of Afro-Surinamese women in the Dutch care sector.. Sabrina Marchetti, European University Institute The Care for the Elderly in the Czech Republic: The Resurrection of a Family Ideal. Radka Dudov, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic Familism and Secular Special Interests in Italy and Japan: The Case of Mental Health Care. Isabel Perera, University of Pennsylvania Discussant: Sarah Demart, Universit de Lige 107. Resurrections and the New: Implications for European Integration 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Empire Chair: Cristina Flesher Fominaya, University of Aberdeen Participants:

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Financial Crisis and Democratic Evolution. Susana Cafaro, Universit Del Salento Social democracy between demise and reemergence: What would a political landscape without social democracy look like? Jenny Andersson, Sciences Po Heroes or villains? Courts in Crisis. Kenneth Armstrong, Queen Mary, University of London Europeanization in times of crisis: The case of domestic humanitarian and development CSOs. Rosa Sanchez Salgado, University of Amsterdam How to End the European Unions Great Depression? Levent Kirval, Istanbul Technical University Discussant: Claes Belfrage, University of Liverpool 108. The Political and Economic Dynamics of the Eurozone Crisis - Part 1 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Diplomat Chair: Matthias Matthijs, Johns Hopkins SAIS Participants: Revenge of the State or Functionalism Fulfilled? What Can the European Financial Crisis Tell Us about the Great Debates? James Caporaso, University of Washington International in Life, National in Death? Banking Nationalism on the Road to Banking Union. Rachel Epstein, University of Denver; Martin Rhodes, University of Denver Competitiveness and the Euro Area Crisis. Erik Jones, Johns Hopkins University SAIS Searching Under the Lamp-Post: The Evolution of Fiscal Surveillance. Deborah Mabbett, Birkbeck College; Waltraud Schelkle, London School of Economics and Political Science Discussant: Peter Hall, Harvard University 109. Balancing Need and Choice in European Social Protection Policies 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Congressional A Chair: Vanna Gonzales, University of Arizona Participants: The Personal Impact of New Activation Possibilities on Social Assistance Claimants in Norway, Austria and Belgium. Bettina Leibetseder, Johannes Kepler University; Erika Gubrium, Oslo and Akershus University College; Danielle Dierckx, University of Antwerp The Politics of Welfare Reform: The Ratchet Mechanism and the Sustainability of Reform. Sung Ho Park, Yonsei University, Wonju Campus Wohlstand Fr Alle? The Relevance of the Social Market Economy in a More Unequal Germany. Mitchell Smith, University of Oklahoma Reinventing Erhard: The Resurrection of the Social Market Economy in Germany (and Europe). Aaron Boesenecker, American University Constrained Choice in Welfare States: How Parties Target Social Policy in Changing Times. Antje Schwennicke, University of Pennsylvania

Discussant: Mark Vail, Tulane University 110. Bank Busters: Winning at All Costs in Neoliberal Europe 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Calvert Chair: Enrico Spolaore, Tufts University Participants: From Reform Socialism to Transnational Capitalism: The Political Economy Of Foreign Direct Investment In Postsocialist Central and Eastern Europe. Besnik Pula, Princeton University From Cocktail to Dependence: Revisiting the Foundations of Dependent Market Economies. Cornel Ban, Boston University The Triumph of Neoliberalism in Eastern Europe: Competitive Signaling and Policy Interdependency. Mitchell Orenstein, Northeastern University; Hilary Appel, Claremont McKenna College Economic Elites and Eastern European Capitalism. Patricia Young, Stanford University Our Similarities Are Different: The Baltic States and European Economic Integration. Aleksander Lust, Appalachian State University Discussant: Cdric Durand, cole des Hautes tudes en Sciences Sociales 111. Comyuna: Self-Management Revisited 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Committee Chair: Cirila Toplak, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Social Sciences Participants: Conflicting Frames of Reconciliation: The Politics of Peacebuilding in the Former Yugoslavia. Heleen Touquet, University of Leuven; Peter Vermeersch, University of Leuven The Other Balkans. Ziga Vodovnik, University of Ljubljana The Milosevic Trial: An Autopsy. Timothy Waters, Indiana University Maurer School of Law / Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law Civic Resurrection under the siege of Ethno-Nationalist Resurrections: Protests in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Asim Mujkic, University of Sarajevo Ode to Yugoslavia: A Cry of a Generation. Nermina Mujagic, University of Sarajevo Discussant: Milan Podunavac, University of Belgrade 112. Courts and Minority Rights in Europe 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Presidential Board Room Chair: Thomas Keck, Syracuse University Participants: Fighting Words Un-fought: Whats Wrong with Freedom of Expression in Norway? Sindre Bangstad, University of Oslo, Norway Applying Theories of Judicial Decision-Making in a New Institutional Setting: French Court of

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Cassation Rulings on Racist Hate Speech. Erik Bleich, Middlebury College; Zoe Hamilton, Middlebury College Does the European Court of Human Rights Reinforce the Boundaries of National Belonging in Germany? On Cultural Difference, Gender, and Violence. Paulina Garca-Del Moral, University of Toronto European and national regimes of religious governance, liberal equality, and toleration for Orthodox religious minorities: Decreasing opportunities for Orthodox religious minorities in the Netherlands? Marcel Maussen, University of Amsterdam Discussant: Thomas Keck, Syracuse University 113. Environment, Energy and Security: Fueling Politics 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Congressional B Chair: Susana Borras, Copenhagen Business School Participants: Sectoral Governance Structures, Risk Perception and Safety Regulation in the European Union: Aviation and Nuclear Energy. Lucia Seybert, American University The Politics of Fracking in Europe: Comparing Party Responses to the Potential Development of Shale Gas in Europe. Francis McGowan, University of Sussex Crisis Events and Collective Trauma: Comparing Chernobyl in Ukraine and Belarus. Ekatherina Zhukova, Aarhus University Causal Beliefs and Policy-Making Dynamics in the European Union: The Evolution of Biofuel Policy. Matthieu Mondou, University of Toronto European Energy Security in Times of Putin. Robert Nalbandov, Utah State University Cap-(ture) and Trade: Arbitraging By Multinational Firms in the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS). Sanjay Patnaik, George Washington University 114. Europe As Mission Field: Representations, Organizations, and Consequences 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Council Chair: John Boy, CUNY Graduate Center Participants: Evangelizing the dark continent: Investigating postcolonial Christian missions to Europe. Rebecca Catto, Coventry University Brazilian Pentecostals and Catholic Charismatics on Mission in Europe. Paul Freston, Wilfrid Laurier University Pray for Europe!: Framing a Mission Field. John Boy, CUNY Graduate Center Discussant: John Torpey, CUNY Graduate Center 115. Forging Identity in the Crucible of Crisis and Terrorism 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Executive Chair: Julia Fleischer, University of Amsterdam Participants:

So I remember that: Rethinking Memory Production and Consumption through One Mans Troubles. Laura LeVon, State University of New York at Buffalo Et in Arcadia Ego: July 22, 2011 in Norway and the Meaning of Terrorism in Contemporary Europe. Kelly McKowen, Princeton University Native Terrorism and Fortress Europe: The DHA and the Discursive Construction of European Identity in Greek Media Coverage of the Terrorist Attack in London. Salomi Boukala, Lancaster University, Denials of Recognition: Definitions of Self and Other in the Wake of the Debt Crisis. Kalypso Nicolaidis, Oxford University; Claudia Sternberg, Oxford University; Kira Gartzou, Johns Hopkins SAIS Out of the Ashes: Refashioning Socialist Selves in the GDR, 1989-90. Johanna Folland, University of Michigan Discussant: Erwan Lagadec, The George Washington University 116. How Do We Understand Empire? Reframing Europes Imperial Past 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Chairmans Participants: The Afterlives of Ethnological Artefacts (?): Narratives of the Past and the Restitution of Cultural Assets from French Museums. Damiana Otoiu, University of Bucharest Raising Rural Italy: National Character and Religion in the Textbooks of Felice Garelli (1880). Joseph Passaro, Fordham University The Ethiopian Question: Reconfigurations of the InterWar Period through Un-Official Correspondence to the League of Nations during the Italo-Ethiopian Dispute. Cherri Wemlinger, Washington State University Macro Cultural Histories: Why the Culture of 19thCentury World Powers Still Matters. Nina Gheihman, Harvard University The Resurrection of the French Empire in the Mediterranean, 1792-1848. Dzavid Dzanic, Harvard University Discussant: Pinar Ure, London School of Economics and Political Science 117. How Migration Changes Political Economies 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Embassy Chair: Dennis Spies, University of Cologne Participants: Ethnic Diversity in European Welfare States: Contact and Conflict. Maureen Eger, Ume University; Nate Breznau, BIGSSS The Extreme Rights Impact on Economic Liberalization. Alexandre Afonso, Kings College London; Dennis Spies, University of Cologne; Leonce Rth, University of Cologne Education and Active Labour Market Policies as Immigration Control Policies? Camilla Devitt, Trinity

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College Dublin Social Cohesion and Support for the Welfare State during the Financial Crisis . Henning Finseraas, Institute for Social Research; Erling Barth, Institute for Social Research; Karl Ove Moene, University of Olso Discussant: Liza Steele, State University of New York at Purchase 118. Ideas, Policy Learning and Policy Reform: A Comparative Public Policy Approach to Turkish Politics 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Cabinet Chair: Robert Cox, University of South Carolina Participants: Ideas, Policy Learning, and Political Economy of Reform in Macroeconomic Policies and Governance in Turkey. H. Tolga Bolukbasi, Bilkent University Paradigm Shift in Turkeys Regional Policy: Politics of Ideas in a Redistributive Policy Area. Ebru Ertugal, Independent Researcher (Re)Constituting Policy Paradigms in Immigration Policy in Turkey. Saime Ozcurumez, Bilkent University The Role of Ideas in Policy Change: Reforming Turkeys Employment Policy. Ebru Ertugal, Independent Researcher; H. Tolga Bolukbasi, Bilkent University Discussant: Virginie Guiraudon, National Center for Scientific Research 119. Past and Future of Historical Institutionalism and the Study of Europe 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Blue Room Chair: Orfeo Fioretos, Temple University, Philadelphia Participants: The European State in Comparative Perspective . R. Daniel Kelemen, Rutgers University Institutions and the Consolidation of Democracy in Western Europe. Sheri Berman, Barnard College Historical Institutionalism and the Welfare State. Julia Lynch, University of Pennsylvania Business in Historical Institutionalism. Pepper Culpepper, European University Institute Discussants: Tulia Falleti, University of Pennsylvania; Adam Sheingate, Johns Hopkins University 120. Peace, Profit, and Policy: EU Trade and Regulation 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Sales Conference Chair: James Savage, University of Virginia Participants: Trading Ourselves out of Recession? A Critical Reflection on the Proposed EU-US Free Trade Agreement. Ferdi de Ville, Ghent University; Gabriel Siles-Brugge, University of Manchester The Trade-Peace Nexus: EU-Libya Relations between 2000 and 2012. Amir Kamel, Kings College London Trade Openness and Preferences for Compensation: The Role of Economic Geography. Irene Menendez, Nuffield College, Oxford University Acting on Behalf of Collective and Multiple Principals:

The European Commissions Role in Global Trade Governance after Lisbon. Eugenia da ConceicaoHeldt, TU Dresden A Game of Words: The Struggles over Unfair Trade in the European Union Trade Policy. Josue Mathieu, Universite libre de Bruxelles Discussant: Paulette Kurzer, University of Arizona 121. Regional Party Politics, Administrations, and Interests in Multi-Level Systems 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Governors Chair: Michael Tatham, University of Bergen Participants: Multi-level parties? Strategies for the 2014 all-tier elections in Sweden. Linda Berg, University Gothenburg The Rationale Behind Party (In-)Consistency in Multilevel Systems. Tristan Klingelhfer, University of Mannheim; Jochen Mller, University of Essex; Marc Debus, University of Mannheim Survival of Politicians in Federal Countries: The Case of Regionalized Spain. Xavier Coller, Universidad Pablo de Olavide Images of Statehood: Subnational Administrative Elites in Times of Crisis. Michael Bauer, German University of Administrative Sciences Speyer; Michael Tatham, University of Bergen Keeping an eye out for each other? Regional authorities and regional civil society actors in EU public consultations . Jan Beyers, University of Antwerp; Peter Bursens, University of Antwerp; Matti Van Hecke, Universiteit Antwerpen Discussants: Michael Bauer, German University of Administrative Sciences Speyer; Michael Tatham, University of Bergen 122. The Energy of Youth and Cultural Diversity in Contemporary Europe 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Forum Chair: Lise Agustn, Aalborg University, Denmark Participants: Transnational Contact and European Identity: IdentityFormation during the Erasmus Exchange? Kristine Mitchell, Dickinson College National, Transnational, and Intergenerational Negotiations of Latvianness. Arta Ankrava, University of Minnesota The Spectropolitics of European Immigration: The Shoah, Tolerance, and the Limits of Multiculturalism. Esther Romeyn, University of Florida Coming of Age in an Integrating Europe: Hopes, Dreams, and Aspirations of Young Mobile Europeans. Lisanne Wilken, Aarhus University; Mette Hansen, Aarhus University, Young Peoples Attitudes Towards European Citizenship: What Role Do Schools Play? Avril Keating, Institute of Education, London Discussant: Patricia Hogwood, University of Westminster

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123. The Normative European Body: The Social Impact of Gender in Europe 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Private Dining Room Participants: Terror-Bride and Hooligan: An Analysis of the Gendered Discourse Regarding Right-Wing Terrorism in Germany. Jasmin Siri, LudwigMaximilians-University Munich; Paula-Irene Villa, Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich Mission to Civilize: Revisiting the Dutch Integration Ideal through Hymenoplasty Consultation. Sherria Ayuandini, Washington UniversityUniversiteit van Amsterdam Engendering Poverty and Social Exclusion Studies in Eastern Europe: The Case of Ukraine. Ganna Gerasymenko, Taras Shevchenko Kiev National University, Ukraine Donne Single: Separation and Single Life among Older Italian Women. Laura Vares, Brown University Emancipation via Patriarchy: A Critical Feminist Reading of Integration Exams in the Netherlands and United Kingdom. Jessica Merolli, McMaster University Discussant: Asiye Kaya, Georgetown University 124. Crisis Discourse and Sovereign Debt 2:00 to 3:40 PM - Omni Shoreham - Sales Conference Chair: Kristine Mitchell, Dickinson College Participants: Bricolage as Agency in Institutional Creation: The Case of Special Bank Resolution Regimes in Denmark and the United States. Martin Carstensen, Copenhagen Business School Inflation Aversion in the EU: The Myth of German Stability Culture. David Howarth, University of Luxembourg; Charlotte Rommerskirchen, University of Edinburgh Collapsing Europe? Europe and the Discourses of Crisis and Resurrection. Tamara Caraus, New Europe College, Bucharest, Romania Identity, Ideology, and Elite Cues: A Survey Experiment on International Fiscal Solidarity. Florian Stoeckel, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Discussant: Michel Goyer, Warwick Business School 125. Europes Changing Lessons from the Past Supranational Perspectives 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Senate Chair: Aline Sierp, Maastricht University Participants: Never again!: How EU institutions draw lessons from the past. Aline Sierp, Maastricht University Different Lessons of the Past: A Sociology of MPs Involved in Memory Issues at the European Parliament and the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe. Philippe Perchoc, Universit Catholique de Louvain Stalinism equals or versus Nazism? Central and Eastern European unwholesome legacy in the European

Court of Human Rights. Aleksandra GliszczynskaGrabias, Poznan Human Rights Centre Dealing with the Ghosts of the Past during Transition: A Comparative Perspective. Jane Kitaevich, Harvard University Embracing lessons from the past: How postwar generations construct notions of freedom and dictatorship. Esther Captain, National Committee May 4 and 5, Amsterdam Discussant: Tea Sindbk, University of Copenhagen 126. Resurrections and the New in the European Crisis: Ruptures and Continuities 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Empire Chair: Claes Belfrage, University of Liverpool Participants: Resurrection of Social Actors and New Forms of Democracy. Leocadia Diaz Romero, Universidad de Murcia The Resurrection and Renewal of Trade Unionism in Europe. Lucia Pradella, Kings College London Italys 5 Star Movement: A New Force at the CrossRoads between Right and Left, and between New Politics, Old Politics, and Anti-Politics. Eric Turner, University of New Mexico The PAH (anti-eviction movement). Antonio Estella, University Carlos III of Madrid Mixing Gene Pools and the Rise of an Idealized PostNational Child Population. Shelley Grant, Queen Mary University of London Discussant: Cristina Flesher Fominaya, University of Aberdeen 127. The Political and Economic Dynamics of the Eurozone Crisis - Part 2 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Diplomat Chair: Wade Jacoby, Brigham Young University Participants: The ECB to the Rescue: The Brave New World of Central Banking in the Euro Area. C. Randall Henning, American University The Euro Crisis and the Constitutional Disorder of the European Union. Sergio Fabbrini, Luiss Guido Carli Rome The Political Economy of the Euro Debt Crisis: A Comparison with Standard Balance of Payment Crises. Benedicta Marzinotto, University of Udine Discussant: Mitchell Orenstein, Northeastern University 128. Transnational Practices, Solidarity, and Political Participation 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Capitol Chair: Virginie Guiraudon, National Center for Scientific Research Participants: Exit, Voice, and Loyalty in a Supranational Context: Solidarity, Transnational Mobility, and Political Participation in the EU. Fulya Apaydin, IBEI

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Transnational Lives and De-Nationalization. Juan Dez Medrano, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid Transnational Solidarity in the EU: Analysing Citizens Boundaries of Solidarity in Laboratory Experiments. Theresa Kuhn, Free University Berlin; Hector Solaz, University of Birmingham Unpacking European Solidarity. Irina Ciornei, IBEI Discussant: Javier Polavieja, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid 129. Vulnerable Employment and the Free Movement of Workers 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Hampton Chair: Matteo Jessoula, University of Milan Participants: The impact of atypical employment on the European demography. Andranik Melik-Tangyan, Institute for Economic and Social Research in the Hans Boeckler Foundation European Union Citizenship Rights and Duties: Civil, Political, and Social. Dora Kostakopoulou, University of Warwick What Has the EU Done for Me? Vulnerable Employment in Small and Medium Sized Enterprises. Paul Copeland, Queen Mary, University of London; Beryl ter Haar, University of Amsterdam Free movement of EU citizens: also for the poor? Herwig Verschueren, University of Antwerp Agency Workers from the A8 Accession Countries. Benjamin Hopkins, Aberystwyth University Discussant: Beryl ter Haar, University of Amsterdam 130. Agriculture between Past and Present in Eastern Europe 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Congressional B Chair: Ronan Hervouet, University of Bordeaux Segalen Participants: Young Farmer, Searching for a State: Protest Between Past and Present in Contemporary Romanian Agriculture. Lorena Anton, University of Bucharest; Rodica Zane, University of Bucharest Looking Forward to the Past: Official and Underground Strategies in Belarusian Agriculture. Ronan Hervouet, University of Bordeaux Segalen Representing Farmers in a Context of Democratization: The Creation and Early Institutionalization of the Agricultural Trade-Union Samoobrona in Poland. Cdric Pellen, CEVIPOL - Universit Libre de BruxellesEuropean Union Center of Excellence of Montreal Markets by Numbers? European Statistics as a Political Support to the Commodification of Romanian Agriculture. Antoine Roger, Science Po BordeauxInstitut Universitaire de France Discussant: Ioulia Shukan, Paris West University Nanterre La Dfense

131. Constructing and Redefining Cultural and Political Identities in Medieval and Early Modern England 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Chairmans Chair: Colleen Ho, University of Maryland, College Park Participants: The Mongols as a Mirror in Matthew Paris Chronica Majora (c. 1256). Colleen Ho, University of Maryland, College Park The Common Treasury: The Diggers in SeventeenthCentury England. Patrick Ludolph, Georgia Gwinett College Refining a New Cornish Identity through Seventeenthand Eighteenth-Century Tin Mining. Tim Daniels, University of California, Santa Barbara A Sea Dog for All Seasons: The Resurrections of Francis Drake. Michael Johnson, University of Hawaii at Manoa Discussant: Sarah Cantor, Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection 132. Democracy, Elites and Fiscal Politics: Historical Origins 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Council Chair: Michael Bernhard, University of Florida Participants: Democracy and the Power of the Purse: The Implications of the Evolution of the European Parliaments Budgetary Powers for Democracy in the EU. Asli Baysal, University of Florida The Domain-to-Tax Transition Reconsidered: The Case of Sweden. Klas Nilsson, Lund University Taxation of the Rich and the Origins of Constitutionalism. Deborah Boucoyannis, University of Virginia Conceding Ground: Elite Interpretations and Democratic Change in the British Case. Bruce Morrison, University of Western Ontario Discussant: Michael Bernhard, University of Florida 133. From within the System: Party Politics of the Radical Right and Left 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Executive Participants: Measuring the Success of Radical Right-Wing Parties in Western Europe: A Multi-Level Analysis. Daniel Stockemer, University of Ottawa Voting for the Not-So Radical Right: An Issue-Based Analysis of the 2011 Finnish Parliamentary Election. Matthew Bergman, University of California, San Diego The Radical Left and the Party Politics of Migration: Immune to Radical Right Contagion? Daniel Keith, University of Exeter; Francis McGowan, University of Sussex Discourse Construction and Legitimation through the Revival of Past Figures: The Creation of the Romanian Modern State and Its Present Bringing-up by Right-Wing Political Elites. Elena Baches, Brunel University / University of South-East Europe

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European Extreme-Right Movements: Between Principles and Participation. Sebastien Lazardeux, St. John Fisher College 134. Immigration and Cultural Policy: Debating New Research Trends in Post-Migration Studies 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Palladian Chairs: Ricard Zapata, Universitat Pompeu Fabra; Marco Martiniello, Centre dEtudes de lEthnicit et des Migrations (CEDEM)-University Liege Participants: Cultural citizenship and democracy: identifying main arguments and hypothesis. Ricard Zapata-Barrero, GRITIM-Universitat Pompeu Fabra Cultural Policies and minorities artistic expressions: Comparing Lige and Naples. Marco Martiniello, University Liege Assessing EU Cultural Policy Strategies of Diversity Management: The Limits of Transnational Interaction in the Construction of a European Space of Interculturality. Siresa Lopez-Berengueres, University of Music and Performing Arts of Vienna Cultural Policies and Ethnic Markets: Reflections for the United States and Spain. Daniel Romero, Universidad Veracruzana, Mexico From the stage to the street and back: Art and cultural production in the context of transnational migration. Mnica Ibaez, University of Burgos Including immigrant and ethnic minority writers: a comparison of different European contexts. Wiebke Sievers, Austrian Academy of Sciences Discussants: Siresa Lopez-Berengueres, University of Music and Performing Arts of Vienna; Wiebke Sievers, Austrian Academy of Sciences 135. Intersectionality and Political Representation 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Private Dining Room Chair: Isabelle Engeli, University of Ottawa Participants: Taking intersectionality seriously: Redesigning studies on womens political representation. Silvia Erzeel, Brown University; Eline Severs, Vrije Universiteit Brussel; Karen Celis, Vrije Universiteit Brussel Silos, intersectionality and beyond: Accounting for the descriptive representation of women. Elizabeth Evans, Bristol University Electoral Systems and the Legislative Representation of Ethnic Muslim Women in the West, 2000-2010. Melanie Hughes, University of Pittburgh Regulating Diversity in Political Parties: From Tokens to Leaders. Liza Mgge, University of Amsterdam Gendering Integration: Migrant Womens Participation in Germanys National Political Discourse on the Role of Women in Integration. Barbara Donovan, Wesleyan College Discussant: Rahsaan Maxwell, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

136. Labor and Subjectivity in Post-Industrial Europe 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Calvert Chair: Paul Mepschen, University of Amsterdam Participants: Homo Economicus as the ideal new EU citizen: hypermobile migrant workers in a pan-European labour market. Nathan Lillie, University of Jyvskyl Redefining the labor and transforming the self: Industrial workers subjectivities in Slovenia. Nina Vodopivec, Institute of Contemporary History New Workers in Old Factories: Labor, Gender, and Subjectivity in the Post-Socialist Slovenia. Tanja Petrovic, Scientific Research Center of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts The Post-mortem Transformations of a Working-Class Hero: Neoliberal Public Culture in the Netherlands. Irene Stengs, Meertens Institute Gender, labour and (post)socialism: The integration of women in the public sphere in Socialist Yugoslavia through the perspective of labour. Polona Sitar, Research Center of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts Discussant: Elizabeth Dunn, University of Colorado at Boulder 137. Learning from the Past? Towards a New History of European Law 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Presidential Board Room Chair: Billy Davies, American University, Washington DC Participants: Negotiating the Foundation: The History of the negotiations on the institutional and legal features of the EEC Treaty, 1955-1958. Anne Boerger, University of Alberta; Morten Rasmussen, University of Copenhagen How Are ECJ Judges Nominated? A Historical Study of Judge Nominations from 1952 to 1972. Vera Fritz, Universit dAix-Marseille Between Luxembourg and De Gaulle. French Reception of European Law 1958-1975. Alexandre Bernier, University of Copenhagen The Legal Academy and European Community law: An analysis of Common Market Law Review, 1963-1993. Rebekka Byberg, University of Copenhagen Discussant: Peter Lindseth, University of Connecticut 138. Macroeconomic and Institutional Determinants of Population Health in Europe and the U.S. 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Congressional A Chairs: Jason Beckfield, Harvard University; Clemens Noelke, Harvard University Participants: Til Health Do Us Part: The Politics of Health Inequalities in Comparative Perspective. Julia Lynch, University of Pennsylvania A Cross-National Analysis of Public Satisfaction with Health Care Systems. Sigrun Olafsdottir, Boston University

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The Effects of Economic Conditions around Retirement on Later-Life Functional Health and the Mitigating Role of Social Protection Programmes. Philipp Hessel, London School of Economics and Political Sceience; Mauricio Avendano, London School of Economics and Political Sceience / Harvard School of Public Health Recessions, Job Loss, and Mortality among Older Workers. Clemens Noelke, Harvard University; Jason Beckfield, Harvard University Discussant: Rosemary Taylor, Tufts University 139. Public Islamophobia and Formal Equality: Comparative Perspectives in Europe and North America 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Cabinet Chair: Daniel Sabbagh, CERI, Sciences Po Participants: European Islamophobia and the Fetishization of Anothers Religion. Valerie Amiraux, Universit de Montral British Approaches to Understanding Islamophobia: Semantics, Scales, and Solidarities. Nasar Meer, University of Northumbria French Elites and Construction of the Muslim Problem: The Case of the High Council for Integration (1989-2012). Abdellali Hajjat, University Paris-Ouest Nanterre; Marwan Mohammed, CNRS, CMH Secularism in Minority and Majority Nationalist Contexts: Regulating Islam in the Public Sphere in Quebec and France. Anna Korteweg, University of Toronto; Emily Laxer, University of Toronto Discussant: Patrick Simon, INED 140. Resurrected and Emerging Borders and Social Boundaries in Contemporary Europe 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Forum Chair: Danny Koski-Karell, University of Washington Participants: Exclusion, EU Citizenship, and the Limits of Law. Willem Maas, York University The Cultural Failure of European Economic Integration: The Rise of Nationalist Identity. Alina Polyakova, University of Bern The International Migration Politics of Refugee Integration Policies: The Case of EU External Policy in Ukraine. Raphi Rechitsky, University of Minnesota Exclusion and the Rescaling of Borders: Comparative lessons from Germanys experience with immigration federalism. Dagmar Soennecken, York University The Dynamics of Party Competition: Locating AntiImmigrant Parties in European Political Space, 19702010. Sarah Valdez, Juan March Institute; Maureen Eger, Ume University Discussant: Danny Koski-Karell, University of Washington 141. Territory and Party Politics in Europe 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Governors Chair: Bonnie Field, Bentley University

Participants: Path Dependency and Party Organization: A Territorial Analysis of Germanys CDU. Steve Wuhs, University of Redlands Decentralization and Regionalist Parties Electoral Strength: Unpacking a Complex Relationship. Emanuele Massetti, Gediz University; Arjan Schakel, Maastricht University The Impact of Decentralization upon State-wide Parties: Evidence from Parliamentary Elites and Regional Party Manifestos in Spain. Sandra Len, University of York; Sonia Alonso, Social Science Research Center Berlin (WZB); Prez-Nievas Santiago, Universidad Autnoma de Madrid The Bargaining Relationship between Statewide and Regional Parties during Minority Government: Parliamentary Alliance Shifting and Vote Trading in Spain. Bonnie Field, Bentley University Discussant: Jonathan Hopkin, London School of Economics and Political Science 142. The Crisis of the Democratic State in Contemporary Capitalism 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Blue Room Chair: Pepper Culpepper, European University Institute Participants: How Concessionary Corporatism Leads to Labour Market Dualisation: A Comparison of Ireland, Italy, and Spain. Lucio Baccaro, University of Geneva; Aidan Regan, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies (MPIfG) Political Exchange between Trade Unions and Governments in an Age of Austerity. Alison Johnston, Oregon State University; Kerstin Hamann, University of Central Florida; John Kelly, Birkbeck College, University of London The Political Dynamics of Labour Market Adjustment in the Crisis. Martin Rhodes, University of Denver The Determinants of Individuals Subjective Insecurity and Welfare State Preferences in the Economic Crisis. Tim Vlandas, University of Reading Discussant: Peter Hall, Harvard University 143. The Uses of Trauma and Atrocity: The Political Purposes of Reform and Revolution 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Committee Participants: an All-German Day: Myth and Memory of the July 20th Plot to Kill Hitler. Bryce Havens, University of Massachusetts, Amherst Resurrections and Rebirths: The Risorgimento in Twentieth-Century Italian Political Discourse. Rosario Forlenza, New York University; Bjrn Thomassen, Roskilde University Resurrecting Revolution: The Great January Strike in Austria and the Origins of the Central European Revolutions at the End of the Great War. Borislav Chernev, American University

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Reconquest and Rebirth in Italian Libya: Fascist Militias and the Culture of Colonial Violence. Eileen Ryan, Temple University Resurrecting the Law: State Formation and Legal Debates in Nineteenth-Century Greece. Evdoxios Doxiadis, Simon Fraser University 144. Poverty and Social Exclusion in the EU 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Hampton Chair: Paul Copeland, Queen Mary, University of London Participants: Governance in the Making? Europe 2020 and the Fight against Poverty and Social Exclusion. Matteo Jessoula, University of Milan; Chiara Agostini, University of Milan; Sebastiano Sabato, University of Milan Experimental Governance and Educational Vulnerability: The Effectiveness of EU Structural Funds across Central and Eastern Europe. Roxana Radu, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies; Daniel Pop, Public Policy Centre Towards a coherent legal infra-structure to combat homelessness and destitution in Europe. Gijsbert Vonk, University of Groningen; Albertjan Tollenaar, University of Groningen Regulating national welfare policies within the EU Social Inclusion Strategy: The balance between hard and soft law paradigms. Gabriel Amitsis, Technology Educational Institute of Athens Coordination and coordination: two different concepts to govern EU social security. Beryl ter Haar, University of Amsterdam; Paul Copeland, Queen Mary, University of London Discussant: Kenneth Armstrong, University of Cambridge 145. Author Meets Critics: Social Movements and Globalization: How Protests, Occupations, and Uprisings Are Changing the World 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Empire Chair: Natalia Ruiz-Junco, American University Participants: Cristina Flesher Fominaya, University of Aberdeen, National University Ireland Maynooth Natalia Ruiz-Junco, American University Nicole Doerr, Mount Holyoke 146. Becoming International Civil Servants: Europeans at the League of Nations and the UN 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Presidential Board Room Chair: Francesca Piana, Columbia University Participants: Nationalism and internationalism: Italian civil servants at the League of Nations. Elisabetta Tollardo, University of Oxford The Politics of Excavations: European Archaeologists at the League of Nations. Sarah Griswold, New York University Great Britain and the International Civil Service, 1945

1975. Amy Limoncelli, Boston College Resurrecting the Civilizing Mission? European U.N. Civil Servants and Experts in International Development during the 1950s and 1960s. Eva Muschik, New York University Discussant: Jessica Pearson-Patel, Tulane University 147. Debating the Question: Forces for and against Turkish Accession 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Cabinet Chair: H. Tolga Bolukbasi, Bilkent University Participants: Reversing the Process? From Europeanization to DeEuropeanization of Media in Turkey. Gozde Yilmaz, Atilim University From Gorky Park to Gezi Park: Turkeys EU Accession Process. Natalie Martin, Loughborough University Islamophobia and European Enlargement: Attitudes towards Turkeys EU Membership. Constantin Schaefer, University of Mannheim; Constanza Sanhueza Petrarca, University of Mannheim The Customs Union between Turkey and the EU: A True Device for Accession? Yonca Ozer, Marmara University European Union Institute Past Is Not Prologue: Why Turkeys EU Candidacy Wont Be Resurrected. Daniel Thomas, Leiden University The European Unions Conditionality in Turkeys Democratization Process. Burak Erdenir, Ministry for EU Affairs, Republic of Turkey Discussant: Cem Duyulmus, McGill University 148. Epistemologies of the Modern: Philosophies of Science and Technology in a Contested Present 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Private Dining Room Participants: Edmund Husserls Legacy in Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 1940-1980. Gabriel Ricci, Elizabethtown College Angell, Mahan, and Shuster: Early 20th Century Voices for Early 21st Century Problems. James Quirk, American University New Bergsonisms, Social Acceleration, and PostCinematic Affect. Richard Weiner, Rhode Island College The European History, a Fantastic Story, a Resurrected Story, the Possible Story. Graciela Boruszko, Pepperdine University Resurrecting a Ghost to Kill It Again: Defending Disciplinary Psychiatry in Fin-De-Sicle Italy. Daphne Rozenblatt, University of California, Los Angeles 149. Ethnicity as Instrument: Building Identity and Advancing Reconciliation 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Forum Chair: Kathryn Kleppinger, George Washington University Participants:

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Enduring Effects of Inter-Ethnic Conflict on Cooperative Social Norms: Evidence from Bosnia. Vera Mironova, university of maryland Not French, Nor Immigrant, but Marseillaise. Stacy Pape, University of Chicago Hyphenated French: Reporting Ethnic and Racial Identities in a Colorblind Society. Patrick Simon, INED Calling Jesus a "Dirty Jew": Renegotiating the Jewish Question in Contemporary France. Kimberly Arkin, Boston University The Symbolic Re-Construction of Opposition. Jennifer Todd, University College Dublin Discussant: Alison E. Woodward, Institute for European Studies 150. Europes Crisis: Background, Dimensions, Solutions 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Sales Conference Chair: Silja Husermann, University of Zurich, Switzerland Participants: Solving the Wrong Crisis: Sovereigns and Other Sinners in the European Debt Crisis. Mark Blyth, Brown University Austerity as Unmediated Democracy: Mario Montis Reform of Italy. Pepper Culpepper, European University Institute Varieties of Capitalism and the Euro Crisis. Peter Hall, Harvard University Deficits, Democracy, and Demographics: Europes Three Crises. Randall Hansen, University of Toronto Discussant: Silja Husermann, University of Zurich, Switzerland 151. Farm, Fork, Family: Agriculture in Europe 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Congressional B Participants: Resurrecting the Village: A New Role in Local Rural Development? Helene Ducros, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Restoration of Ukrainian Agricultural Potential: Contribution to Global Food Security. Oksana Vinska, Vadym Hetman Kyiv National Economic University Transforming Taste: Chemical Analysis, Medical Knowledge, and Consumer Desire. Christy Spackman, New York University Did the European Commission Reshape French Wine Policy? The Change in French Wine Interests and Experts under Brussels Evolution. Romain Blancaneaux, Bordeaux Institute for Political Research Discussant: Melissa Caldwell, University of California, Santa Cruz 152. Financial Market Discipline, Public Debt Management, and Fiscal Governance 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Calvert Chair: Christine Trampusch, University of Cologne, Cologne Center for Comparative Politics

Participants: European Union Fiscal Governance as Austerity Reinforcement: Much Ado about Nothing. Charlotte Rommerskirchen, University of Edinburgh; David Howarth, University of Luxembourg A new round of EU fiscal rules: Repairing the European Commissions fiscal monitoring capacity. James Savage, University of Virginia Playing the market or played by the markets? Financial market discipline and public debt management in the EU. Waltraud Schelkle, London School of Economics and Political Science After the D-Mark: The reform of public debt management in Germany. Christine Trampusch, University of Cologne, Cologne Center for Comparative Politics Discussant: Wolfgang Streeck, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, Cologne 153. Is the Party Over? Secessionism and the EU 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Capitol Chair: Timm Beichelt, European University Viadrina Frankfurt Participants: Brexit and the Idea of European Disintegration. Tim Oliver, John Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies Determinants of Spains Decision to Leave the EMU. Antonio Estella, University Carlos III of Madrid In Search of an EU-Disintegration Theory. Thomas Tuntschew, University of Potsdam; Lisa Anders, University of Potsdam; Annegret Eppler, University of Tuebingen Scotland, Catalonia...Who Is Next? The European Unions Impact on Secessionism in Its Member States. Diego Muro, Institut Barcelona dEstudis Internacionals (IBEI); Martijn Vlaskamp, Institut Barcelona dEstudis Internacionals (IBEI) Discussant: Frank Schimmelfennig, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich 154. Migration, Citizenship, and European Cooperation 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Embassy Chair: Todd Shepard, Johns Hopkins University Participants: Sketches of Romanian Migrant Lives in Southwestern France after 1989: A Top-Down Analysis. Elena Popa, Indiana University, Bloomington Migrants and European Identity: Beyond the National Narrative? Oliver Schmidtke, University of Victoria A Postcolonial Pursuit of Colonial Knowledge?: Fostering Cultural Exchange in the Dutch Caribbean, 1955-75. Chelsea Schields, CUNY Graduate Center Pied-Noir Migration and Negotiations of European Identity. Megan Brown, CUNY Graduate Center Discussant: Todd Shepard, Johns Hopkins University

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155. Powering the Future: Energy Vulnerability and Security in Europe 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Congressional A Chair: Maria Habanikova, University of Ottawa Participants: Extracting Concessions: The Deutsche Erdl AG in Syria, 1955-1964. Nicholas Ostrum, Stony Brook University Resurrection and Reconstitution of Energy Supply Security in the EU. Pinar Ipek, Bilkent University The European Unions Energy Security: The Russian Challenge. Maria Habanikova, University of Ottawa Mapping Energy Vulnerability in Greece. Alexandra Prodromidou, Panteion University; Saska Petrova, University of Manchester Energy Infrastructures and the Politics of the Periphery. Bilge Firat, State University of New York, Binghamton Discussant: Doug Rogers, Yale University 156. Resurrecting Political Extremes 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Executive Chair: Thomas Miley, University of Cambridge Participants: The Anarchist Inquisition: Terrorism and the Ethics of Modernity in Spain, 1893-1909. Mark Bray, Rutgers University The Resurrection of Far Right in Post-IMF Greece: The Case of the Golden Dawn Party. Gerassimos Karabelias, Panteion University; Thanos Theofilopoulos, Panteion University The Resurrection of the European Radical Left-Wing Terrorism? Sofiane Ouaret, Kings College London Common Culture: The European Far-Right and the Middle Ages. Daniel Wollenberg, Binghamton University Resurrecting German Communism: Post-War West German Activists and the Weimar KPD. David Spreen, University of Michigan Discussant: Antje Schwennicke, University of Pennsylvania 157. Resurrection of European Legacies 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Chairmans Chair: Sara Goodman, University of California, Irvine Participants: Redefinition of Democracy in the 19th Century and Its Impact on Social Choice Theory. Andranik MelikTangyan, Institute for Economic and Social Research in the Hans Boeckler Foundation The Legacy of Europe: Studying Post-Urban AreaBased Regeneration in Two Italian Cities. Pier Domenico Tortola, Collegio Carlo Alberto Mapping Political Regime Developments in Interwar Europe: A Multidimensional Approach. Jrgen Mller, Aarhus University; Svend-Erik Skaaning, Aarhus University Divided in Unity: The Euro-Pudding and the Politics of Remembering the First World War. Jaap Verheul, New York University

Beppe Grillos Tsunami Election Campaign in 2013: Resurrection of Fascism in Italy? Elisabetta Wolff, University of Oslo Europeanization and Legacies: Womens Civil Society in Turkey. Buke Bosnak, Eberhard Karls Universitt Tbingen Discussant: James Cronin, Boston College 158. Southern Europe after 40 Years of Democracy 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Senate Chairs: Eusebio Mujal-Leon, Georgetown University; Miguel Glatzer, La Salle University Participants: Peculiar but Not Unique: Spanish Memory Politics in Comparative Perspective. Omar Encarnacion, Bard College Protest movements in Portugal, Spain, and Italy and the future of party politics. Janice Bell, U.S. Department of State From Consensual to Complex Multi-level Democracy: Parliamentary Politics in Spain. Bonnie Field, Bentley University Facing the Crisis: Expert and Non-partisan Ministers in Southern European Democracies. Antonio Costa Pinto, Institute of Social Science / University of Lisbon; Pedro Tavares de Almeida, Universidade Nova de Lisboa Institutional degeneration and the Crisis in Spain . Sebastin Royo, Suffolk University Discussants: Eusebio Mujal-Leon, Georgetown University; Miguel Glatzer, La Salle University 159. The European Research Area: Recurrence, Renaissance, and Resurrection 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Council Chair: Diana Beech, University of Cambridge Participants: A Soul for European Science: How the European Research Area (ERA) could benefit from the thinking of Jacques Delors. Diana Beech, University of Cambridge Recurrences and differences in European research policies regarding the higher education institution sector. Andrea Gideon, University of Leeds The EHEA and ERA: Complementarities and Challenges for the Europe of Knowledge. Beverly Barrett, University of Miami Mobility in the EU: Is Europe able to build the area of skills and qualifications? Marta Ponikowska, Educational Research Institute Discussant: Diana Beech, University of Cambridge 160. The European Union in the Face of the Debt Crisis: Towards the Resurrection or Burial of European Federalism? 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Governors Chair: R. Daniel Kelemen, Rutgers University Participants:

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Experientcia docet? Federalist Models in EU policy making. Ramona Coman, Universit Libre de Bruxelles; Gilles Pittoors, Universit Libre de Bruxelles Balancing unity and diversity: Exit and voice in the EU and in federal systems. Markus Jachtenfuchs, Hertie School of Governance Berlin; Christiane Kraft Kasack, Hertie School of Governance Berlin Towards an Integrated EU Party System? Renaud Dehousse, FNSP/ Centre dtudes europennes Can accidental federalism do it? Jonathan Kamkhaji, University of Exeter; Claudio Radaelli, University of Exeter Between Constitutional Mirage and Functional Imperative: Federalism in French and German Discourse over the Crisis of the Eurozone. Arthur Borriello, Universit Libre de Bruxelles; Amandine Crespy, Universit Libre de Bruxelles Discussant: R. Daniel Kelemen, Rutgers University 161. The Political Economy of the European Crisis and Imagined Recoveries 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Diplomat Chair: Caroline de la Porte, University of Southern Denmark, Odense Participants: Financial hegemony and the unachievement of European statehood. Cdric Durand, Ecole des Hautes tudes en Sciences Sociales; Razmig Keucheyan, Universite de Paris 4 The political economy of foresight: The creation of European futures. Jenny Andersson, Sciences Po Can Europe feature a new deal to rally its member states for the decades to come?Pascal Petit, Universite de Paris 13 European Critical Orders: A Comparative Perspective on the Relegitimation of the European Project of Integration. Claes Belfrage, University of Liverpool Discussant: Lucia Pradella, Kings College London 162. Troubling Resurrections: The Politics of Time and Materiality in Spain 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Committee Chair: Charles McDonald, New School for Social Research Participants: When Is Conversion Return? Making a Time and Place for Jewish Spain. Charles McDonald, New School for Social Research From Bones & Bodies to Pictures & Papers: Recuperating Spanish Memory in Times of Austerity. Lee Douglas, New York University From Anarchism to Addiction: Imaginations of Social Reform in Catalonia, Spain. Johanna Rmer, New York University Making a Scene: Reviving the Public Sphere through Sex, Drugs, and Comic Books. Louie Valencia-Garca, Fordham University

Resurrecting Democracy Becoming European: An Ethnographic Analysis of Spanish Civil War Exhumations. Jonah Rubin, The University of Chicago Discussant: Alejandro Baer, University of Minessota 163. Conspiracy As Information: The Afterlife of Bad Ideas (Plenary) 6:00 to 7:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Blue Room Chair: Elizabeth Dunn, University of Colorado at Boulder Participant: Eliot Borenstein, New York University Discussants: Doug Rogers, Yale University; Jeffrey Kopstein, University of Toronto

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164. Incongruous Continuities: History as Critical Practice 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Chairmans Chair: Elana Resnick, University of Michigan Participants: A Temporal Ethos: Secular Time, History, and Self. Rosa Norton, University of California, Berkeley Liberty Leading the People: Parody and the Promise of Democratic Tradition in Postwar BosniaHerzogovina. Larisa Kurtovic, DePaul University Someday We Will Be Like the Jews: Secular Futures and Liturgical Selves. Sarah Bakker, University of California, Berkeley No Longer Nostalgia: Jewish Spain and the Future of the Inheritable Past in Europe. Charles McDonald, New School for Social Research The Resurrection of Folk Music among Alevi Immigrants from Turkey in Germany. Ozan Aksoy, CUNY Graduate Center Discussant: Melissa Caldwell, University of California, Santa Cruz 165. Representative Democracy I: The Functioning of Representation 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Capitol Chair: Yvette Peters, University of Bergen Participants: Linking Responsiveness to Political Participation: Are Opinion Leaders Better Represented? Reto Wuest, University of Geneva; Anouk Lloren, University of Geneva Losing Happily? The Mitigating Effect of Policy Representation on Satisfaction with Democracy. Jonas Linde, University of Bergen; Stefan Dahlberg, University of Gothenburg Does ideological congruence matter? The effect of congruence on system support in liberal democracies. Quinton Mayne, Harvard University; Armen Hakhverdian, University of Amsterdam Corresponding expectations and task definitions? Citizens, MPs and non-elected candidates perceptions of representation. sa Bengtsson, bo Akademi University; Hanna Wass, University of Helsinki Discussant: Yvette Peters, University of Bergen 166. Discourse, Politics, and the Arts 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Palladian Participants: I Will be Back in Five Minutes: The Dictators Portrait Reappearance in Romanian Contemporary Art after 1989. Mirela Tanta, University of Illinois at Chicago Roman Painting and Text-World Theory: New Approaches to the Study of Ancient Art. Michael Bowman, Ohio State University

The Relationship between Art and Science ReExamined in the Pendants of Christian August Lorentzen. Leslie Anderson-Perkins, CUNY Graduate Center The Ashes of Heaven: Historicizing the Sky As a Poetic Trope in Literature, Art, and Testimony from the Holocaust. Kate Brackney, Yale University Rienzi, der Letzte der Tribunen, Adolph Hitlers Charismatic Leadership and Wagners Rienzi: Militant Chiliasm in Politics and Music. Declan OReilly, University of East Anglia Discussant: Irina Livezeanu, University of Pittsburgh 167. EU Social Policies against the Market? Actors, Processes and Outcomes 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Governors Chair: Paolo Graziano, Bocconi University Participants: How Can Europe Seriously Affect Your Health? Extension of the EU Policy Competencies in Healthcare in the Context of the Financial Crisis. Tamara Popic, European University Institute The end of social Europe? Changing roles and power relationships in EU politics. Paolo Graziano, Bocconi University; Miriam Hartlapp, Bremen University A new space for social Europe? Employment and social policy coordination after the crisis. Sonia Bekker, Tilburg University The Working Poor in Western Europe: Between Past and Future. Lucia Pradella, University of Venice, Ca Foscari, University of London The Vanishing Promise of a More Social Europe: Public Services before and after the Debt Crisis. Amandine Crespy, Universit Libre de Bruxelles Discussant: Matteo Jessoula, University of Milan 168. European Educational Experiments Past and Present 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Forum Chair: Alison Johnston, Oregon State University Participants: Horizontal Europeanisation in the Higher Education Area: The Case of Turkey in the Bologna Process. Suhal Semsit, Dokuz Eyll University Altering the Template? The Diversification of LEcole polytechnique in France. Katrina Uhly, Northeastern University The Political Origins of Education-Training Regimes. Benjamin Danforth, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill The Role of Comprehensive School Structure in Student Performance in Europe: A Natural Experiment. Olga Bain, George Washington University Higher Education Policy in Europe: Quality and Inequality. Ashley Beale, Georgetown University Do Social Connections Really Lead to Good Jobs? Evidence from University Graduates in Three European Contexts. Selene Camargo Correa, University of Barcelona

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Discussant: Moira Nelson, Lund University 169. European Trajectories to Curbing Corruption 16601900 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Committee Chair: Andreas Bgenholm, University of Gothenburg Participants: Reflections on the Revolution in Sweden. The events of 1809 and Their Subsequent Effects on the Curbing of Corruption. Andreas Bgenholm, University of Gothenburg European Paths to Control of Corruption. Alina Mungiu-Pippidi, Hertie School of Governance Corporatism and Consociationalism: Anti-Corruption Mechanisms in Dutch History, 1650-1950. James Kennedy, University of Amsterdam How Denmark became Denmark: The question of state building, absolutism and anti-corruption reforms in the state of Denmark, 16601900. Mette Jensen, Aarhus University Discussant: Alina Mungiu-Pippidi, Hertie School of Governance 170. Local Strategies of Social Service Provision and Democratic Engagement 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Calvert Chair: Jane Gingrich, University of Oxford Participants: Does marketization matter for local public opinion? An analysis of incapacity benefit reform in the UK. Sara Watson, Ohio State University; Jane Gingrich, University of Oxford Equality, Efficiency, and the Left: Marketizing Schools Policy in England and Sweden. Tim Hicks, Trinity College Back to the Future: The role of neo-corporatism in emerging local welfare regimes in Italy. Vanna Gonzales, University of Arizona Discussant: Pablo Beramendi, Duke University 171. People out of Place: Refugees and Diasporas in and out of Europe 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Embassy Chair: Karlo Basta, Memorial University of Newfoundland Participants: Marienfelde Refugee Center, Berlin: A Resurrection of Heimat. Andrea Zach Rutan, George Mason University Ireland in the Caribbean: Coerced Migration. Nicole Jacoberger, St. Johns University The Role of Non-Governmental Organisations in EU Refugee Resettlement Policy. Laura Robbins-Wright, London School of Economics and Political Science Dead Bodies on the Move: Repatriation and the Politics of Belonging in Germany. Osman Balkan, University of Pennsylvania Cyber Citizenship and the Refugee: On the Immigration Debate in Bulgaria. Maria Stoilkova, University of

Florida Discussant: Ruud Koopmans, WZB Berlin Social Science Center 172. Peripheral Workers in European Labor Markets 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Congressional B Chair: Stephen Silvia, American University Participants: Job Quality of Second Generation Immigrants in the United States and in France. Charlotte Levionnois, Centre dEconomie de la Sorbonne / Centre dEtudes de lEmploi Does the Great Recession Deliver the Whole Story? Structural Shifts in Youth Unemployment Patterns in the 2000s from a European Perspective. Hans Dietrich, Institute for Employment Research Polish Immigrants in the Labor Market of Berlin, Germany: A Story of Unintended Policy Consequences. Liv Raddatz, Temple University The Muslim Employment Gap in Western Europe: Individual-Level Effects or Ethno-Religious Penalty? Phillip Connor, Pew Research Centre; Matthias Koenig, University of Gttingen Politics of Women as Outsiders: Labor Market Dualism and Female Atypical Workers.Rebecca Oliver, Miami University of Ohio Discussant: Erling Barth, Institute for Social Research 173. Public Islam: Representing Muslims in European Civic Space 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Empire Participants: Do They Get to Say Something? Muslim Organizations Role and Importance in the Public Media Discourse on Muslims and Islam in Europe. Elisa Banfi, University of Geneva; Alexandra Feddersen, University of Geneva Islamic Transnational Movement Action, and the Construction of Social Movement Spheres: A New Theoretical Assessment. Anwar Ouassini, Indiana University Purdue University Columbus Discourses of Englishness in the Construction of Mosques: The Experience of Cambridge, UK. Tom Villis, Regents University London; Mireille Hebing, Regents University London Historical Reflections on the Impact of Pro-Muslim Propaganda in France, 1914-1918. Michelle Mann, Brandeis University 174. Remembering the Unimaginable: The Holocaust in a Comparative Perspective 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Hampton Chair: Anya Topolski, Center for Ethical, Social and Political Philosophy Participants: Culture and Memory in Europe: The Role of Jewish Cultural Property. Natan Sznaider, Academic College of Tel-Aviv

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Struggling to Deal with the Difficult Past: Polish Students Confront the Holocaust. Magdalena Gross, Stanford University Antigone in Leon: The Drama of Trauma Politics. Alejandro Baer, University of Minessota; Natan Sznaider, Academic College of Tel-Aviv Suffering as a Zero Sum Game: Holocaust History, National Identity, and the Politics of Memory in Post-Soviet Lithuania. Christine Beresniova, Indiana University Holocaust Commemoration in Romania: Roma and the Contested Politics of Memory and Memorialization. Michelle Kelso, George Washington University; Daina Eglitis, George Washington University Discussant: Alejandro Baer, University of Minessota 175. Tactics of Legitimacy in Transitional States 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Presidential Board Room Chair: Rhiannon Evangelista, Emory University Participants: Political Economy of the Transition in the Hard Coal Mining Sector in Poland, 1989-2007: An Informational Perspective. Tomasz Blusiewicz, Harvard University Establishing Representative Legitimacy: The Rhetoric and Practice of Transparency in Revolutionary France. Katlyn Carter, Princeton University Hier arbeitet ein Buergerkomitte: Citizen-led dismantling of the Stasi in 1990. Tara Tubb, Independent Scholar Stalinism on trial: Performing liberal justice, legitimacy, and social control in revolutionary Spain, 1936-1938. Jonathan Sherry, University of Pittsburgh Discussant: Rhiannon Evangelista, Emory University 176. The Challenges to Antidiscrimination Law in PostCommunist Europe 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Cabinet Chair: Barbara Havelkova, University of Oxford Participants: Enforcing European Union Anti-Discrimination Law: A Cross-Country Perspective. Vanja Petricevic, Florida Gulf Coast University Between Strict Scrutiny and Misunderstanding: Worrisome Lessons from Eastern Europe in the Field of Equality Law. Aleksejs Dimitrovs, European Parliament Linguistic Discrimination at the Work Place in Latvia and Estonia in the Light of EU Law. Dimitry Kochenov, Groningen Graduate School of Law The continued need for antidiscrimination rights: A post-communist perspective. Barbara Havelkova, University of Oxford Discussant: Dimitry Kochenov, Groningen Graduate School of Law

177. The Impact of Extreme Right Parties on Immigration Policy: Comparing Britain, France, and Italy 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Senate Chair: Andrew Geddes, University of Sheffield Participants: Virginie Guiraudon, Sciences Po, Paris Anthony Messina, University of Notre Dame Tedd Perlmutter, Columbia University 178. The Kids Are All Right: Children and the State in Europe 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Congressional A Chair: Onoso Imoagene, University of Pennsylvania Participants: The Value of Reflective Inspections on Complex Care for Children at Risk. Suzanne Rutz, Erasmus University Rotterdam / Netherlands Health Care Inspectorate; Antoinette De Bont, Erasmus University Rotterdam A Tale of Two Cities: Comparing Ethnic Attitudes Among High School Students in BosniaHerzegovina. Mary Kate Schneider, University of Maryland What Lies behind School Failure, Youth Gangs and Disconnections with the Host Society for the Second Generation? The Case of Young People of Latin American Origin in Spain. Maria Ron-Balsera, Bielefeld University How Young People in Brussels Imagine and Legitimize the EU: A Microscopic Approach in Different Neighborhoods. Heidi Mercenier, Universit SaintLouis Bruxelles Lone-Parent Families and Poverty: Examining Dutch Policy Responses to New Social Risks to Comprehend Multidimensional Changes of Continental Welfare States. Cem Duyulmus, McGill University; Axel van den Berg, McGill University Discussant: Shamus Khan, Columbia University 179. When Field-Theory Meets EU Institutions 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Blue Room Chair: Adrian Favell, Sciences Po Participants: Didier Georgakakis, Universit Paris 1-Sorbonne Jay Rowell, CNRS/ University of Strasbourg Antoine Vauchez, Centre national de la recherche scientifique Juan Medrano, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid Michelle Cini, University of Bristol Peter Lindseth, University of Connecticut George Ross, Brandeis University 180. Winner Takes All? The Politics of Rising Inequality in Europe 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Diplomat Chair: Jonathan Hopkin, London School of Economics and Political Science Participants:

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The Winner-Take-All Politics of Europes Sovereign Debt Crisis: The Euros Institutional Design and the Politics of Unequal Adjustment. Matthias Matthijs, Johns Hopkins SAIS Ideas, Institutions, and Inequality: Winner-Take-All Politics in the UK. Jonathan Hopkin, London School of Economics and Political Science Winner-Take-All Politics in Europe? The Political Economy of Rising Inequality in Germany and Sweden. Karen Anderson, Radboud University Nijmegen; Anke Hassel, Hertie School of Governance Using and Abusing the Law: The Neo-Liberal Project in Southern Europe. John Cioffi, University of California, Riverside; Kenneth Dubin, IE Business School Discussant: Brian Burgoon, University of Amsterdam 181. Future-Politics: Ethics and Eschatology 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Chairmans Chair: Sarah Bakker, University of California - Berkeley Participants: Eschatologies of Welfare: Rethinking Religious Revivalism and Postsocialist Transformation in Post-Soviet Russia. Melissa Caldwell, University of California, Santa Cruz On Being Ahead: Missives from a Future Already Arrived. Alix Johnson, University of California, Santa Cruz Access to Heaven and Hot Water: Evangelical Churches, Public Utilities, and Attempts at Moral Transformation in Bulgaria. Elana Resnick, University of Michigan Resurrecting Futures Past: Artificial Insemination Law and the Rights of the Unconceived. Suraiya Jetha, University of California, Santa Cruz The Tense Present: Constructing Economic Futures Through Family-Based Production. Jillian Cavanaugh, Brooklyn College and CUNY Graduate Center Discussant: Sarah Bakker, University of California - Berkeley 182. Representative Democracy II: Challenges and Opportunities 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Capitol Chair: Quinton Mayne, Harvard University Participants: Is bringing people back in the solution? The dimensionality and roots of Finnish preferences for political decision-making. sa Bengtsson, bo Akademi University Regime Legitimacy in Times of Economic Crisis: The Robustness of Individual and Contextual Correlates of Satisfaction with Democracy. Christine Arnold, Maastricht University; Eliyahu Sapir, Maastricht University The representative deficit in different European party systems. Alexander Trechsel, European University Institute; Jonathan Bright, Oxford University; Diego Garzia, European University Institute; Joseph Lacey,

Princeton University (Re-)Join the Party! The Effects of Direct Democracy on Political Party Involvement in Europe. Yvette Peters, University of Bergen Discussant: Quinton Mayne, Harvard University 183. Author Meets Critics Session. World Scouting: Educating for Global Citizenship 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Forum Chair: Juan Dez Medrano, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid Participants: Jrg Rssel, Universitt Zrich Ettore Recchi, University of Chieti-Pescara Levent Soysal, Kadir Has University 184. Beyond the Nation: Transnational Actors in a Globalizing Europe 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Governors Chair: Klaus Larres, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Participants: Peoples Diplomacy: European Solidarity with Portuguese African Liberation. R. Parrott, University of Texas at Austin / Yale University Labor Internationalism from Below: A Case Study of the International Dockworkers Council. Caitlin FoxHodess, University of California, Berkeley Seducing the Subject: Postwar French Commodity Culture and the Language of Seduction at the 1961 French Exposition in Moscow. Grace Allen, University of Wisconsin, Madison South Asians Use of Non-State Networks to Influence International Policies in Britain, at the League of Nations and the International Labor Organization in the Interwar Period. Sean Killen, University of Texas at Austin Discussant: William Gray, Purdue University 185. Developing Democracy in Post-Communist Europe 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Cabinet Participants: Revolution As Resurrection? Property Rights and the Failure of the 2004 Orange Revolution in Ukraine. Stanislav Markus, University of Chicago Historical Origins of Contemporary Voting in Ukraine, Romania, and Poland. Keith Darden, American University Populist Politics in Eastern Europe: Between the Legacies of Autocracy and the Rules of Democracy. Binio Binev, Georgetown University Economic Voting in Poland after 1995. Michal Kotnarowski, Polish Academy of Sciences The Role of Constitutional Change in Postcommunist Regime Dynamics. Henry Hale, George Washington University

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186. Eastern Enlargement Ten Years On: Transcending the East-West Divide? 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Diplomat Chair: Rachel Epstein, University of Denver Participants: The EU Factor in Fat Times and in Lean: Did the EU Amplify the Boom and Soften the Bust? Wade Jacoby, Brigham Young University East-West is Irrelevant: Enter Core-Periphery. Danijela Dolenec, University of Zagreb EU Leverage and National Interests in the Balkans: The Puzzles of Enlargement Ten Years On. Milada Anna Vachudova, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill The Role of the EU in Shaping FDI Flows to East Central Europe. Gergo Medve-Balint, Hungarian Academy of Sciences Discussant: Cornel Ban, Boston University 187. Feeling the Nation: Emotions, Morality and the German State-Making Project 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Presidential Board Room Chair: Nicholas Ostrum, Stony Brook University Participants: Morals on Trial: State-Making and Domestic Violence in the East German Court Room. Jane Freeland, Carleton University In the Greatest Divine Calamity: Sentiment, Medievalism, and the Nation in Post-Napoleonic Germany. Carla Heelan, Harvard University Reaching the Toleranzgrenze? Race and City Planning in 1970s West Germany. Lauren Stokes, University of Chicago Discussant: Anna von der Groltz, Georgetown University 188. Immigration into the Mainstream: Conflicting Ideological Streams, Strategic Reasoning, and Party Competition 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Senate Chair: Jonas Hinnfors, University of Gothenburg Participants: Oliver Schmidtke, University of Victoria Betsy Super, American Political Science Association Anders Widfeldt, Universtiy of Aberdeen Emanuele Massetti, Gediz University 189. Risks and Responses in European Labor Policy 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Congressional B Chair: Emmanuel Mourlon-Druol, University of Glasgow Participants: Wage Moderation in Corporatist Scandinavia: During the Postwar Period or during the Neoliberal Age? Erik Bengtsson, University of Gothenburg Mending the Hole in Multilevel Policy Design and Enforcement: Trans-Border Labour Inspection and Administrative Cooperation. Eva Heidbreder, University of Dusseldorf; Miriam Hartlapp, Bremen

University Who Supports What and Why? Explaining Attitudes towards Activation Policies in Western Europe. Flavia Fossati, University of Zurich Worlds of Conditionality: How Work Requirements of Unemployment Benefit Schemes Inform Understandings of Welfare State Generosity in 22 Rich Democracies between 1980 and 2013. Carlo Knotz, University of Lund; Moira Nelson, Lund University Insider-Politics or Economic Globalization: What Explains the Asymmetric Deregulation of Employment Protection Legislation? Janis Vossiek, University of Konstanz Discussant: Wolfgang Streeck, Max-Planck-Institut Fuer Gesellschaftsforschung 190. Territories of Faith: Reclaiming Europes Religious Heritages 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Empire Chair: Mentor Mustafa, Boston University Participants: Foreigners in Their Own Land: The Catholic Religious Women of Lutheran Wrttemberg, 1534-1609. Ryan Patrico, Yale University Resurrecting the Church: Catholicism as European Cultural History. Elayne Oliphant, Brown University Rituals of National Catholicism: The Resurrection of St. James and the Pilgrimage to Santiago De Compostela, Spain. Jennifer Sime, San Diego State University Haunted by Doubt: The English Reformations Search for a New Theatrical Identity. Benjamin Djain, Catholic University of America New Monuments of the Old Miracle: Authenticity and Devotion at the Santa Casa of Loreto. Emily Price, University of Michigan Discussant: Marcel Maussen, University of Amsterdam 191. The Contested Space of European Museums and Monuments 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Palladian Chair: Tanja Petrovic, Scientific Research Center of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts Participants: Decentring the West? Arab, Islamic, and Mediterranean Civilizations in Three Contemporary French Museums. Sara Hall, McGill University Constructing Bulgarias National Heritage and Identity: The Manipulation of Ottoman and Communist Pasts. Caroline Wisler, University of Illinois, UrbanaChampaign Never Ban, Never Forget? The Trade in Nazi Relics and Its Impact on Negotiating a European Identity. Natalie Bormann, Northeastern University Resurrecting the Mediterranean Past: Toward a Cosmopolitan Europe in Marseille. Camille Cohen, Rice University

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State Socialism in Todays Albanian Visual Art. Sofia Kalo, University of Massachusetts, Amherst Discussant: Ido De Haan, Utrecht University 192. The Long-Term Consequences of Authoritarianism: New Perspectives and Findings 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Hampton Chair: Stephen Hanson, William and Mary Participants: Can parties represent after communism? The dissipation of the regime divide cleavage in post-Communist party systems. Royce Carroll, Rice University; Monika Nalepa, University of Notre Dame Lustration and Political Attitudes: Evidence from PostWar Germany. Giovanni Capoccia, University of Oxford; Grigore Pop-Eleches, Princeton University The historical determinants of Nazi support: A test of Barrington Moore and Luebbert. Isabela Mares, Columbia University; Virginia Oliveros, Tulane University; Maria Saffon, Columbia University Twenty Years After: The Politics of Memory in Postcommunist Democracies. Michael Bernhard, University of Florida; Jan Kubik, Rutgers University The mixed legacies of violence in new democracies. Jeffrey Kopstein, University of Toronto Discussants: Sheri Berman, Barnard College; Stephen Hanson, College of William and Mary 193. The Media and Minorities in Europe 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Blue Room Chair: Jillian Jaeger, Boston University Participants: Media Portrayals of Minorities: Muslims in British Newspapers. Erik Bleich, Middlebury College; Maurits van der Veen, College of William & Mary The Rise and Fall of Asylum Politics in the European News. Alexander Caviedes, State University of New York, Fredonia Headscarves in the European Media: Rethinking National Belonging and Transnationalism. Anna Korteweg, University of Toronto Black and famous in France or the United States? The coverage of professional tennis players in national newspapers. Rahsaan Maxwell, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Postmodern Politics: Manipulating Images of Islam in Contemporary Europe. Peter Obrien, Trinity University Discussant: Paul Statham, University of Sussex 194. The Socio-Economic Position of Immigrants in European Welfare States 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Embassy Chair: Ann Morissens, University of Twente Participants: How immigrants fare in the labour market and across the income distribution in the Scandinavian countries. Tomas Korpi, Stockholm University; Vibeke

Jakobsen, Danish National Centre for Social Research; Thomas Lorentzen, University of Bergen European Welfare States and Migrant Poverty: A FuzzySet Analysis of the Determinants of Disadvantage. Gerda Hooijer, University of Oxford; Georg Picot, University of Oxford Access vs Rights? Labour immigration policy regimes in Europe. Martin Ruhs, University of Oxford Who benefits from a new welfare state? The impact of welfare reform on migrants social inclusion. Franca van Hooren, VU University of Amsterdam; Anton Hemerijck, VU University Amsterdam Discussant: Diane Sainsbury, Stockholm University 195. The Urban Imaginary: Modernist Visions and Contemporary Realities 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Congressional A Chair: Thomas Ort, Queens College, CUNY Participants: Towards a Psychotechnical Urbanism: Nikolai Ladovsky, Pavel Rudik, and the Science Of Metropolitan Perception. James Graham, Columbia University Neighborhood Watch: The Policing of Chteau Rouge, Paris. Carrie Benjamin, University of London Theater of Memory: Urban Rituals of Recovery and Erasure in Postwar Berlin. Hollyamber Kennedy, Columbia University Urban Immigrant Integration Policy Types: Explaining Convergence between Cities. Leila Hadj-Abdou, Johns Hopkins University Facilitate, Broker, or Build an Opposition? Lessons in Exporting Deliberation to Eastern Europe. Elena Krumova, Columbia University Discussant: Jay Rowell, CNRS/ University of Strasbourg 196. Transatlantic and Comparative Perspectives on French Opposition to Same-Sex Marriage and Adoption 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Calvert Chair: Isabelle Engeli, University of Ottawa Participants: The Manif pour Tous: A successful counter-movement. David Paternotte, Universit Libre de Bruxelles La Thorie Du Genre, and the Fear of Passing over Homosexuality. Bruno Perreau, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Expert Debates on Marriage and Kinship for SameSex Couples in Le Monde and The New York Times. Michael Stambolis-Ruhstorfer, University of California, Los Angeles France and the Vatican: Opposing same-sex marriage. Mary Case, University of Chicago Discussant: Sebastien Chauvin, University of Amsterdam 197. Uses of Violence and Coercion: Policing, Punishment, and War 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Committee Chair: Hanno Balz, Johns Hopkins University Participants:

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Europes Wars on Terrorism. Mary Barton, University of Virginia Capricious Discipline? An Exploration of EU Sanctioning Patterns. Jess Clayton, University of Wisconsin-Madison From the Cold Case Files: Past Solutions to Present Problems in International Policing. Robert Whitaker, University of Texas at Austin Religion Resurrected? The Presence of Religion in European Public Debates on Wars and Military Interventions. Maximilian Overbeck, University of Stuttgart Interrogation in War and Conflict: Has Europe Learned Any Lessons? Simona Tobia, University of Reading

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Mini-Symposia
021. The Euro Problem - Friday, March 14, 2014 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Blue Room 041. The Euro Experience - Friday, March 14, 2014 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Blue Room 062. The Euro Future - Friday, March 14, 2014 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Blue Room

105. Europes Changing Lessons from the Past South Eastern European Perspectives - Saturday, March 15, 2014 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Senate 125. Europes Changing Lessons from the Past Supranational Perspectives - Saturday, March 15, 2014 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Senate

084. Postcolonial Immigrants in Western Europe: Can Colonial Legacy Explain Integration Outcomes? Saturday, March 15, 2014 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Palladian 106. Postcolonial Immigrants in Western Europe: Exploring Immigrant Care - Saturday, March 15, 2014 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Palladian

040. Resurrecting the Sociality of Debt and Credit: Financialization - Friday, March 14, 2014 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Governors 061. Resurrecting the Sociality of Debt and Credit: The Resurrection of Submerged Reciprocities Friday, March 14, 2014 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Governors

103. Banal Transnationalism: Mobility, Encounters, Consumption - Saturday, March 15, 2014 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Capitol 128. Transnational Practices, Solidarity, and Political Participation - Saturday, March 15, 2014 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Capitol

Mini-Symposia

042. Thinking beyond the Euro-Crisis I: Governing the Euro-Economy - Friday, March 14, 2014 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Diplomat 063. Thinking beyond the Euro-Crisis II: Constitutional Transformations - Friday, March 14, 2014 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Diplomat 085. Thinking beyond the Euro-Crisis III: European Political Union - Saturday, March 15, 2014 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Diplomat

104. EU Youth Policy - Saturday, March 15, 2014 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Hampton 129. Vulnerable Employment and the Free Movement of Workers - Saturday, March 15, 2014 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Hampton 144. Poverty and Social Exclusion in the EU Saturday, March 15, 2014 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Hampton

043. Unhappy Returns: Ethno-Nationalism, Nazism and Anti-Communism as Forms of Political Persuasion Friday, March 14, 2014 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Capitol 060. Rhetorics of Exclusion: A New Extreme European Public Culture? - Friday, March 14, 2014 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Capitol 083. Past Imperfect: Crisis, Political Extremes, and Democratic Challenges - Saturday, March 15, 2014 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Capitol

107. Resurrections and the New: Implications for European Integration - Saturday, March 15, 2014 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Empire 126. Resurrections and the New in the European Crisis: Ruptures and Continuities - Saturday, March 15, 2014 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Empire

082. Europes Changing Lessons from the Past Central and Eastern European Perspectives Saturday, March 15, 2014 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Senate

108. The Political and Economic Dynamics of the Eurozone Crisis, Part 1 - Saturday, March 15, 2014 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Diplomat 127. The Political and Economic Dynamics of the

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Eurozone Crisis, Part 2 - Saturday, March 15, 2014 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Diplomat

Plenaries
Friday, March 14
081. Plenary Session: Morality in Contemporary European Society and Politics 6:00 to 7:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Blue Room Chair: Juan Dez Medrano, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid Participants: John Hall, McGill University Michle Lamont, Harvard University Victor Prez-Daz, Universidad Complutense de Madrid

164. Incongruous Continuities: History as Critical Practice - Sunday, March 16, 2014 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Chairmans 181. Future-Politics: Ethics and Eschatology. Sunday, March 16, 2014 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Chairmans

165. Representative Democracy I: The Functioning of Representation - Sunday, March 16, 2014 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Capitol 182. Representative Democracy II: Challenges and Opportunities - Sunday, March 16, 2014 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Capitol

Saturday, March 15
163. Plenary Session: Conspiracy As Information: The Afterlife of Bad Ideas (Plenary) 6:00 to 7:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Blue Room Chair: Elizabeth Dunn, University of Colorado at Boulder Participant: Eliot Borenstein, New York University Discussants: Doug Rogers, Yale University Jeffrey Kopstein, University of Toronto

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Research Network Sessions


European Integration and Global Political Economy
018. The Many Faces of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) Friday, March 14 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Senate 021. The Euro Problem Friday, March 14 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Blue Room

11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Cabinet 130. Agriculture between Past and Present in Eastern Europe Saturday, March 15 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Congressional B 142. The Crisis of the Democratic State in Contemporary Capitalism Saturday, March 15 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Blue Room 150. Europes Crisis: Background, Dimensions, Solutions Saturday, March 15 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Sales Conference 161. The Political Economy of the European Crisis and Imagined Recoveries Saturday, March 15 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Diplomat 167. EU Social Policies against the Market? Actors, Processes and Outcomes Sunday, March 16 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Governors 186. Eastern Enlargement Ten Years On: Transcending the East-West Divide? Sunday, March 16 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Diplomat

Research Network Sessions

035. The European Commission during the Crisis of the 1970s (1973-85): Resurrection or Survival? Friday, March 14 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Senate 041. The Euro Experience Friday, March 14 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Blue Room 042. Thinking beyond the Euro-Crisis I: Governing the Euro-Economy Friday, March 14 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Diplomat 062. The Euro Future Friday, March 14 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Blue Room 063. Thinking beyond the Euro-Crisis II: Constitutional Transformations Friday, March 14 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Diplomat 085. Thinking beyond the Euro-Crisis III: European Political Union Saturday, March 15 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Diplomat 099. The Impact of the Eurozone Financial Crisis on EU Governance Saturday, March 15 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Sales Conference 107. Resurrections and the New: Implications for European Integration Saturday, March 15 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Empire 118. Ideas, Policy Learning and Policy Reform: A Comparative Public Policy Approach to Turkish Politics Saturday, March 15

Gender and Sexuality


001. National in Form, European in Content: Downloading, Uploading, and Re-Loading EU Values and Policies Friday, March 14 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Executive 067. Current Gender Equality Policies in Europe Friday, March 14 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Congressional A 135. Intersectionality and Political Representation Saturday, March 15 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Private Dining Room 196. Transatlantic and Comparative Perspectives on French Opposition to Same-Sex Marriage and Adoption Sunday, March 16 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Calvert

Historical Study of States and Regimes


078. The Political Construction of a European Past: 1815-

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1945-1989 Friday, March 14 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Cabinet 132. Democracy, Elites and Fiscal Politics: Historical Origins Saturday, March 15 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Council 175. Tactics of Legitimacy in Transitional States Sunday, March 16 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Presidential Board Room 192. The Long-Term Consequences of Authoritarianism: New Perspectives and Findings Sunday, March 16 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Hampton

098. Sociocultural Leveraging: How and Why Status Majorities Elevate One Minority Group to Downgrade Another Saturday, March 15 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Blue Room 106. Postcolonial Immigrants in Western Europe: Exploring Immigrant Care (Panel II) Saturday, March 15 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Palladian 134. Immigration and Cultural Policy: Debating New Research Trends in Post-Migration Studies Saturday, March 15 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Palladian 139. Public Islamophobia and Formal Equality: Comparative Perspectives in Europe and North America Saturday, March 15 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Cabinet 154. Migration, Citizenship, and European Cooperation Saturday, March 15 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Embassy 177. The Impact of Extreme Right Parties on Immigration Policy: Comparing Britain, France, and Italy Sunday, March 16 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Senate 188. Immigration into the Mainstream: Conflicting Ideological Streams, Strategic Reasoning, and Party Competition Sunday, March 16 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Senate 193. The Media and Minorities in Europe Sunday, March 16 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Blue Room

Research Network Sessions

Immigration
023. A Political History of National Citizenship and Identity in Italy, 1861-1950 (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2013), by Sabina Donati Friday, March 14 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Embassy 027. New Dynamics in EU Migration and Integration Policies Friday, March 14 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Palladian 029. Religion in Modern Europe: Resurrection or Reinvention? Friday, March 14 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Congressional B 034. The Causes and Consequences of Citizenship and Integration Policy in Europe: Comparative Perspectives Friday, March 14 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Capitol 048. Comparative Approaches to Studying Muslim Migrants and Minorities Friday, March 14 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Congressional B 071. Incorporation, Migrants, and Minorities: A Comparative Perspective Friday, March 14 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Empire 084. Postcolonial Immigrants in Western Europe: Can Colonial Legacy Explain Integration Outcomes? (Panel I) Saturday, March 15 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Palladian

Social Movements
065. Contentious Politics in Contemporary Europe Friday, March 14 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Hampton 126. Resurrections and the New in the European Crisis: Ruptures and Continuities Saturday, March 15 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Empire 145. Author Meets Critics: Social Movements and Globalization: How Protests, Occupations, and Uprisings Are Changing the World Saturday, March 15 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Empire

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Territorial Politics and Federalism


012. Regional Parliaments in the EU Post-Lisbon Friday, March 14 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Cabinet 121. Regional Party Politics, Administrations, and Interests in Multi-Level Systems Saturday, March 15 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Governors 141. Territory and Party Politics in Europe Saturday, March 15 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Governors

117. How Migration Changes Political Economies Saturday, March 15 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Embassy 129. Vulnerable Employment and the Free Movement of Workers Saturday, March 15 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Hampton 144. Poverty and Social Exclusion in the EU Saturday, March 15 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Hampton 152. Financial Market Discipline, Public Debt Management, and Fiscal Governance Saturday, March 15 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Calvert 170. Local Strategies of Social Service Provision and Democratic Engagement Sunday, March 16 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Calvert 194. The Socio-Economic Position of Immigrants in European Welfare States Sunday, March 16 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Embassy

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The Political Economy and Welfare Network


019. Trade Unions, Labor, Works Councils Friday, March 14 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Calvert 038. Welfare State Reform in Flux Friday, March 14 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Calvert 047. Coalitions and Policy Outcomes Friday, March 14 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Calvert 049. Inequality and Support for Redistribution Friday, March 14 2:00 to 3:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Palladian 079. The Politics of Precarious Employment: Determinants and Consequences Friday, March 14 4:00 to 5:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Private Dining Room 086. De-Commodifying and Re-Commodifying: The Political Economy of Immigration in Europe Saturday, March 15 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Hampton 089. Labor Market Dualization and the Politics of Insider/ Outsider Divides Saturday, March 15 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Embassy 091. New Perspectives on Political Economy and Welfare Saturday, March 15 9:00 to 10:45 AM - Omni Shoreham - Forum 104. EU Youth Policy Saturday, March 15 11:00 to 12:45 PM - Omni Shoreham - Hampton

Subject Index
Arts and Popular Culture: 011, 076, 088, 116, 134, 166, 191 Central Europe: 082, 108, 111, 127, 186 Communications and Media: 011, 014, 028, 059, 085, 193 Comparative Politics: 005, 006, 007, 009, 012, 013, 022, 024, 027, 034, 036, 039, 043, 045, 046, 050, 051, 056, 057, 058, 060, 064, 065, 066, 067, 069, 071, 075, 078, 079, 081, 083, 089, 090, 091, 093, 095, 097, 099, 100, 104, 105, 112, 113, 118, 119, 121, 125, 126, 132, 133, 139, 141, 152, 153, 155, 156, 158, 160, 162, 165, 166, 167, 177, 180, 182, 185, 188, 189, 192 Culture: 010, 045, 078, 081, 087, 088, 094, 097, 103, 114, 128, 134, 162, 163, 164, 174 Eastern Europe: 016, 040, 053, 061, 097, 130, 185 Economics: 017, 018, 019, 021, 022, 038, 040, 041, 044, 049, 052, 055, 058, 059, 061, 062, 064, 072, 073, 091, 095, 096, 101, 108, 109, 110, 115, 120, 124, 127, 132, 161 Education: 004, 008, 080, 159, 168, 183 Elections and Electoral Politics: 005, 009, 013, 022, 036, 051, 057, 070, 073, 085, 088, 133, 179, 185 Environment: 001, 102, 113, 151 Everyday Life: 077, 130, 181, 187 Food and Agriculture: 151 Foreign and International Relations: 005, 010, 018, 031, 052, 054, 056, 057, 093, 096, 119, 120, 146, 147, 155, 171, 197 Gender and Sexuality: 001, 007, 046, 067, 094, 098, 123, 135, 196 Globalization: 017, 021, 031, 062, 075, 077, 114, 120, 128, 136, 145, 183, 184, 186 History: 010, 016, 023, 024, 025, 026, 035, 047, 050, 054, 060, 062, 063, 068, 069, 070, 076, 078, 082, 083, 084, 093, 096, 105, 106, 107, 116, 119, 125, 126, 131, 132, 137, 143, 148, 156, 157, 162, 164, 166, 169, 174, 175, 181, 184, 187, 190, 191, 195, 197 Identity: 002, 011, 015, 016, 023, 026, 029, 039, 048, 050, 060, 068, 070, 076, 087, 092, 094, 098, 103, 115, 116, 122, 123, 125, 131, 135, 140, 146, 147, 149, 157, 164, 171, 173, 174, 178, 181, 191, 195 Immigration: 004, 015, 023, 025, 027, 034, 037, 048, 071, 074, 075, 084, 086, 098, 106, 117, 122, 134, 140, 149, 154, 171, 172, 177, 188, 193, 194 Inequality: 001, 014, 020, 033, 047, 066, 077, 079, 109, 138, 140, 161, 168, 170, 176, 178, 180, 194 Labor: 008, 019, 033, 055, 072, 079, 086, 089, 101, 129, 142, 144, 172, 189 Law: 018, 099, 100, 112, 137, 143, 179 Medicine and Public Health: 090, 123 Philosophy: 081, 148, 161 Place and Space: 030, 037, 103, 128, 173, 195 Post-socialism: 030, 040, 053, 082, 111, 130, 136, 176, 186, 192 Public Policy: 006, 007, 012, 026, 028, 034, 035, 039, 042, 067, 074, 102, 107, 118, 122, 138, 150, 152, 154, 159, 167, 169, 177, 178, 179, 189 Regionalism: 012, 015, 037, 058, 092, 110, 121, 170 Religion and Secularism: 024, 029, 043, 045, 048, 053, 068, 114, 139, 173, 190 Science and Technology: 028, 072, 148, 151, 155, 159 Social Movements: 002, 054, 059, 065, 087, 100, 126, 131, 143, 145, 156, 175, 184, 196 Social Systems: 044, 101, 144, 146, 154 Southern Europe: 020, 041, 042, 061, 063, 092, 118, 147, 158 Sovereignty: 043, 063, 083, 124, 153, 175 Theory: 003, 085, 111 Varieties of Capitalism: 008, 030, 042, 095, 110, 117, 136, 142, 150 Welfare State: 003, 014, 020, 032, 038, 047, 049, 066, 073, 086, 091, 107, 109, 117, 129, 138, 142, 144, 167, 170, 194 Western Europe: 027, 029, 035, 041, 069, 084, 089, 106, 108, 127, 135, 139, 150, 152, 160, 169, 180, 187, 192, 196

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Acar, Taylan, 004 Adam, Ilke, 084, 106 Adascalitei, Dragos, 101 Afonso, Alexandre, 117 Agartan, Tuba, 090 Agustn, Lise, 122 Ahmed, Amel, 036, 069 Aksoy, Ozan, 164 Alexis, Gwendolyn-Yvonne, 100 Allen, Grace, 184 Amiraux, Valerie, 068, 139 Amitsis, Gabriel, 144 Amyot, G., 022, 055 Andersen, Lisa, 010 Anderson, Jeffrey, 052, 080 Anderson, Karen, 180 Anderson-Perkins, Leslie, 166 Andersson, Jenny, 107, 161 Ankrava, Arta, 122 Annesley, Claire, 067 Anton, Lorena, 130 Apaydin, Fulya, 128 Arkilic, Ayca, 015 Arkin, Kimberly, 149 Armstrong, Kenneth, 107, 144 Arnold, Christine, 182 Arslanalp, Mert, 087 Art, David, 069, 083 Astor, Avi, 068 Atkinson, Robert, 072 auf dem Brinke, Anna, 091 Aydin, Sena, 058 Ayuandini, Sherria, 123 Baccaro, Lucio, 055, 142 Baches, Elena, 133 Baer, Alejandro, 162, 174 Bain, Olga, 168 Bakabadio, Sarah, 075 Bakker, Sarah, 164, 181 Balaban, Utku, 087 Bale, Tim, 188 Balkan, Osman, 171 Balz, Hanno, 197 Bampilis, Tryfon, 088 Ban, Cornel, 044, 110, 186 Bangstad, Sindre, 112 Barber, Pablo, 036 Barrett, Beverly, 159 Barth, Erling, 172 Bartl, Marija, 018 Barton, Mary, 197 Basta, Karlo, 092, 171 Bauer, Michael, 039, 121 Baum, Michael, 020, 088 Baysal, Asli, 132 Beale, Ashley, 004, 168 Beaman, Jean, 015 Bearringer, Gregory, 010 Beblavy, Miroslav, 008, 072 Beckfield, Jason, 090, 138 Beech, Diana, 159 Begu, Nina, 011 Beichelt, Timm, 063, 153 Bekker, Sonia, 167 Belfrage, Claes, 107, 126, 161 Bell, Janice, 158 Bendjaballah, Selma, 056 Bengtsson, Erik, 189 Bengtsson, sa, 165, 182 Benjamin, Carrie, 195 Benson, Rodney, 060 Beramendi, Pablo, 170 Berens, Sarah, 049 Beresniova, Christine, 174 Berezin, Mabel, 043, 060, 083 Berg, Linda, 121 Bergman, Matthew, 133 Bergmann, Eirikur, 058 Berman, Sheri, 041, 069, 119, 192 Bernhard, Michael, 132, 192 Bernier, Alexandre, 137 Bertossi, Christophe, 045, 098 Bevelander, Pieter, 015, 034 Beyers, Jan, 121 Biebuyck, William, 014 Bilecen, Basak, 037 Biliuta, Ionut, 053 Binev, Binio, 185 Biziouras, Nikolaos, 073 Blancaneaux, Romain, 151 Bleich, Erik, 048, 098, 112, 193 Blick, Andrew, 056 Blome, Agnes, 007 Blusiewicz, Tomasz, 175 Blyth, Mark, 021, 150 Boerger, Anne, 137 Boesenecker, Aaron, 109 Bohl, Marian, 036 Boitier, Baptiste, 008 Bolton, Ivor, 026 Bolukbasi, H. Tolga, 118, 147 Bonikowski, Bart, 039 Borenstein, Eliot, 163 Bores, Jesus, 018 Bormann, Natalie, 191 Boronska-Hryniewiecka, Karolina, 012 Borras, Susana, 028, 113 Boruszko, Graciela, 148 Bosnak, Buke, 157 Boss, Adam, 076 Boston, Nicholas, 094 Boswell, Christina, 027 Boucoyannis, Deborah, 132 Boukala, Salomi, 115 Bovens, Mark, 036 Bowen, John, 029, 045 Bowman, Michael, 166 Boy, John, 114 Brackney, Kate, 166 Braun, Daniela, 013 Braun, Julie, 050 Braun, Robert, 068 Bray, Mark, 156 Bridgen, Paul, 019 Brire, Jean-Franois, 054 Bronk, Richard, 042 Brown, Kate, 104 Brown, Megan, 154 Brunetta, Michele, 064 Budnitskiy, Stanislav, 070 Burdick, Christa, 070 Burgoon, Brian, 014, 180 Bursens, Peter, 012 Busemeyer, Marius, 038, 047, 089 Byberg, Rebekka, 137 Byrnes, Melissa, 004, 054 Bgenholm, Andreas, 169 Cafaro, Susana, 107 Caiani, Manuela, 088 Calandrino, Michele, 104 Caldwell, Melissa, 151, 164, 181 Camargo Correa, Selene, 033, 168 Cameron, David, 022, 058 Cantor, Sarah, 131 Capano, Fabio, 016, 025 Capoccia, Giovanni, 022, 192 Caporaso, James, 108 Captain, Esther, 125 Carafa, Luigi, 102 Caraus, Tamara, 124 Carolan, Eoin, 028 Carroll, Royce, 192 Carstensen, Martin, 124 Carter, Katlyn, 175 Caruso, Daniela, 018 Carvalho, Joao, 177 Casal Brtoa, Fernando, 006, 009 Case, Mary, 007, 196 Cashner, Andrew, 076 Catto, Rebecca, 114

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Cavaille, Charlotte, 089 Cavanaugh, Jillian, 181 Caviedes, Alexander, 193 Clestine, Audrey, 075 Cesari, Jocelyne, 029 Charnysh, Volha, 025 Charron, Nicholas, 036 Chauvin, Sebastien, 077, 196 Chernev, Borislav, 143 Chesney, Marc, 042 Ciccia, Rossella, 067 Cini, Michelle, 099, 179 Ciornei, Irina, 128 Citi, Manuele, 028, 095 Clark, Roland, 053 Clasby, Daniel, 025 Clayton, Jess, 197 Closa, Carlos, 063 Cohen, Camille, 191 Colijn, Bert, 072 Colino, Csar, 073, 092 Coller, Xavier, 121 Collett, Elizabeth, 027 Colomer, Josep, 096 Coman, Ramona, 005, 160 Conant, Lisa, 100 Connor, Phillip, 172 Conran, James, 033 Copeland, Paul, 104, 129, 144 Coppe, Niki, 006 Costa Pinto, Antonio, 158 Cousin, Bruno, 077 Covington, Elizabeth, 096 Cowley, Austin, 030 Cox, Laurence, 065 Cox, Robert, 118 Crespy, Amandine, 160, 167 Cronin, James, 050, 157 Csehi, Robert, 044 Cullen, Pauline, 059, 067 Culpepper, Pepper, 119, 142, 150 da Conceicao-Heldt, Eugenia, 017, 057, 120 Dalinghaus, Ursula, 030 Danforth, Benjamin, 168 Daniels, Tim, 131 Daphi, Priska, 002 Darden, Keith, 185 Dasgupta, Rohee, 024 Davidson-Schmich, Louise, 007, 051, 094 Davies, Billy, 035, 137 Davis, Steven, 025 De Haan, Ido, 191 de la Porte, Caroline, 161 de Winter, Tom, 103 Dehousse, Renaud, 063, 160

Dekanozishvili, Mariam, 102 Demart, Sarah, 084, 106 Dembinska, Magdalena, 070 Denti, Davide, 105 Devitt, Camilla, 049, 117 Diaz Romero, Leocadia, 126 Dietrich, Hans, 172 Dez Medrano, Juan, 081, 085, 128, 183 Dimick, Matthew, 049, 064 Dimitrakopoulos, Giorgos, 100 Dimitrovs, Aleksejs, 176 DiMola, Sandi, 046 Dinan, Desmond, 035 Dippel, Anne, 011, 105 Djain, Benjamin, 190 Doerr, Nicole, 002, 145 Dolenec, Danijela, 186 Donaghey, Jimmy, 019, 101 Donati, Sabina, 023 Donovan, Barbara, 135 Douglas, Lee, 162 Doxiadis, Evdoxios, 143 Drapalova, Eliska, 059 Dubin, Kenneth, 180 Ducros, Helene, 151 Dudov, Radka, 106 Dufief, Elise, 057 Duggan, Mark, 076 Dunlop, Claire, 007 Dunn, Elizabeth, 030, 040, 136, 163 Durand, Cdric, 110, 161 Duyulmus, Cem, 147, 178 Duyvendak, Jan Willem, 032, 045, 077 Dzanic, Dzavid, 116 Eger, Maureen, 117 Eglitis, Daina, 174 Elbasani, Arolda, 024 Eleftheriadis, Konstantinos, 094 Ellinas, Antonis, 043 Encarnacion, Omar, 158 Engbersen, Godfried, 027 Engeli, Isabelle, 135, 196 Eppler, Annegret, 012 Epstein, Rachel, 006, 186 Erdenir, Burak, 147 Ershova, Anastasia, 022 Ertugal, Ebru, 118 Erzeel, Silvia, 135 Estella, Antonio, 126, 153 Etcheverry, Daniel, 084 Etzioni, Amitai, 056 Evangelista, Rhiannon, 025, 175 Evans, Ana Maria, 028, 073 Evans, Elizabeth, 046, 135 Everson, Michelle, 063 Fabbrini, Sergio, 099, 127

Fahey, Elaine, 057 Falleti, Tulia, 119 Favell, Adrian, 103, 179 Feddersen, Alexandra, 173 Ferrara, Carol, 029 Ferrari, Silvio, 029 Fertaly, Kaitlin, 030 Field, Bonnie, 141, 158 Fileri, Philip, 050 Finkel, Evgeny, 069 Finseraas, Henning, 117 Fioretos, Orfeo, 095, 119 Firat, Bilge, 155 Fishman, Robert, 083 Fitch, Mattie, 070 FitzGibbon, John, 065 Fleischer, Julia, 012, 115 Fleming, Crystal, 075, 098 Flesher Fominaya, Cristina, 065, 107, 126, 145 Folland, Johanna, 115 Folsom, Jenny, 076 Forlenza, Rosario, 143 Fossati, Flavia, 189 Fox, Jon, 060 Fox-Hodess, Caitlin, 184 Frader, Laura, 067 Freeland, Jane, 187 Freifeld, Alice, 059 Freston, Paul, 068, 114 Fritz, Vera, 137 Fuller, Gregory, 044 Galindo, Jorge, 019, 079 Garca-Del Moral, Paulina, 112 Garfinkel, Irwin, 003 Garot, Marie-Jos, 039 Garrett, Amanda, 084 Garritzmann, Julian, 013 Geary, Michael, 005, 035 Geddes, Andrew, 027, 086, 177 Gemi, Eda, 032 Geneve, Joanna, 011 Genschel, Philipp, 056 Georgakakis, Didier, 179 Gerasymenko, Ganna, 123 Gest, Justin, 048 Gheihman, Nina, 116 Ghervas, Stella, 096 Ghiles-Meilhac, Samuel, 084 Gideon, Andrea, 159 Gidron, Noam, 009 Gillett, Christopher, 076 Gingrich, Jane, 044, 170 Glaes, Gillian, 054 Glatzer, Miguel, 020, 158 Gliszczynska-Grabias, Aleksandra, 125 Glynn, Irial, 037

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Godsoe, Harold, 018 Goerres, Achim, 038, 046 Gold, Hazel, 068 Gmez-Mestres, Slvia, 040 Gonzales, Vanna, 109, 170 Goodman, Sara, 034, 157 Gora, Anna, 059 Goschler, Constantin, 093 Goyer, Michel, 124 Graeber, John, 015 Graef, Josefin, 026 Graham, James, 195 Grant, Shelley, 090, 126 Gravier, Magali, 096 Gray, William, 184 Graziano, Paolo, 167 Greer, Scott, 003 Griswold, Sarah, 146 Grittersova, Jana, 064 Grogan, Joelle, 011 Gross, Magdalena, 174 Grzinger, Gerd, 022 Gstrein, Michaela, 008, 106 Guglielmo, Tom, 098 Guillen, Ana, 020 Guiraudon, Virginie, 118, 128, 177 Guisan, Catherine, 070, 097 Gul Kaya, Duygu, 105 Gulinska-Jurgiel, Paulina, 082 Gkariksel, Saygun, 016 Haan de, Ido, 078 Habanikova, Maria, 155 Hadj-Abdou, Leila, 195 Hagelund, Anniken, 066 Hajjat, Abdellali, 139 Haksz, Cengiz, 065 Hale, Henry, 185 Hall, John, 081 Hall, Peter, 108, 142, 150 Hall, Sara, 191 Hamilton, Daniel, 052 Hamm, Brian, 068 Hampshire, James, 048 Hanquinet, Laurie, 103 Hansen, Randall, 150 Hanson, Stephen, 192 Harrison, Hope, 026 Hartlapp, Miriam, 167, 189 Harvey, Derek, 093 Hassel, Anke, 089 Haus, Leah, 071 Havelkova, Barbara, 176 Havens, Bryce, 143 Hecht, Jason, 049 Heelan, Carla, 187 Helepololei, Justin, 002 Helfferich, Barbara, 001

Helleiner, Eric, 062 Hendrickson, Burleigh, 054 Hennessy, Alexandra, 017 Henning, C. Randall, 021, 127 Henkl, Thomas, 039 Hervouet, Ronan, 130 Herzog, Dagmar, 025 Hessel, Philipp, 090, 138 Hicks, Tim, 170 Hinnfors, Jonas, 188 Hira, Sandew, 084 Hirschboeck, Mark, 050 Ho, Colleen, 131 Hochfellner, Daniela, 033 Hofhansel, Claus, 015 Hogwood, Patricia, 026, 122 Hohman, Laura, 068 Hooijer, Gerda, 194 Hopkin, Jonathan, 041, 141, 180 Hopkins, Benjamin, 129 Hoshmand, Nawid, 091 Howarth, David, 124, 152 Huber, Evelyne, 066 Huberty, Martine, 051 Huddleston, Thomas, 034 Hudson, Ashley, 024 Hufbauer, Gary, 052 Hughes, Melanie, 046, 135 Hultman, Nathan, 072 Hurrelmann, Achim, 056, 099 Husermann, Silja, 047, 089, 150 Hgenauer, Anna-Lena, 012 Ibaez, Mnica, 134 Imoagene, Onoso, 075, 178 Ingebritsen, Christine, 014 Innerarity, Daniel, 085 Ioannou, Demosthenes, 056 Ipek, Pinar, 155 Jabko, Nicolas, 021 Jachtenfuchs, Markus, 160 Jacoberger, Nicole, 171 Jacoby, Wade, 062, 127, 186 Jaeger, Jillian, 193 Jakubow, Alexander, 066 Jasarevic, Larisa, 040 Javornik, Jana, 046 Jensen, Carsten, 014, 091 Jensen, Janne, 103 Jensen, Mette, 169 Jessoula, Matteo, 129, 144, 167 Jetha, Suraiya, 181 Johnson, Alix, 181 Johnson, Charlotte, 040, 061 Johnson, Dana, 004 Johnson, Michael, 131 Johnston, Alison, 142, 168

Jones, Erik, 021, 108 Jones, Sara, 026 Kahn, Aaron, 059 Kalman, Judit, 055 Kalo, Sofia, 191 Kamel, Amir, 120 Kaptan, Senem, 087 Kartal, Mert, 005 Kasli, Zeynep, 037 Kaya, Asiye, 123 Kaya, Serdar, 074 Keating, Avril, 122 Keck, Thomas, 112 Kelbel, Camille, 006 Kelemen, R. Daniel, 119, 160 Kennedy, Hollyamber, 195 Kennedy, James, 010, 169 Kentikelenis, Alexander, 032 Kesler, Christel, 086 Keune, Maarten, 101 Kevins, Anthony, 014 Khan, Shamus, 077, 178 Killen, Sean, 184 Kim, Soo-Young, 073 Kinderman, Daniel, 038, 064 Kingsbury, Marina, 007 Kirval, Levent, 107 Kitaevich, Jane, 082, 125 Kleppinger, Kathryn, 054, 149 Kligman, Gail, 043 Klingelhfer, Tristan, 121 Klumbyte, Neringa, 016 Knudsen, Jette, 064, 090 Kochenov, Dimitry, 176 Koenig, Matthias, 045, 068 Kohlbacher, Elisabeth, 104 Kokkonen, Andrej, 010 Kolemen, B. Aysuda, 065 Konoe, Sara, 044 Koopmans, Ruud, 048, 171 Kopper, Akos, 002 Kopstein, Jeffrey, 163, 192 Korkea-aho, Emilia, 102 Korneev, Oleg, 027 Korpi, Tomas, 194 Korteweg, Anna, 139, 193 Koski-Karell, Danny, 140 Koss, Michael, 051 Kostakopoulou, Dora, 104, 129 Kostanyan, Hrant, 013 Kotnarowski, Michal, 185 Kroen, Sheryl, 078 Krumova, Elena, 195 Kubik, Jan, 002 Kucia, Marek, 082 Kuenemund, Harald, 003 Kuhn, Theresa, 056, 128

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Kuo, Alexander, 064 Kupchan, Charles, 062 Kurban, Dilek, 100 Kurekova, Lucia, 008, 072 Kurimay, Anita, 082 Kurtovic, Larisa, 164 Kurzer, Paulette, 120 Lagadec, Erwan, 010, 115 Laidi, Zaki, 057 Lambrecht, Sarah, 100 Lamont, Michle, 045, 081 Lampland, Martha, 030, 070 Lancee, Bram, 004, 033 Landes, Richard, 010 Lang, Sabine, 001, 046 Larres, Klaus, 057, 184 Laurence, Jonathan, 048 Lazardeux, Sebastien, 133 Leeds, Adam, 097 Lees, Charles, 051 Leibetseder, Bettina, 109 Lemke, Christiane, 071 Len, Sandra, 141 Levanon, Gad, 008 Levionnois, Charlotte, 172 LeVon, Laura, 115 Lewis, Richard, 084 Liebert, Ulrike, 042, 085 Lillie, Nathan, 136 Limoncelli, Amy, 146 Linde, Jonas, 165 Lindseth, Peter, 137, 179 Lindvall, Johannes, 047, 079 Litton, Krystyna, 037, 051 Livezeanu, Irina, 053, 166 Lodi Rizzini, Chiara, 104 Lok, Matthijs, 078 Lombardo, Emanuela, 067 Lopez-Berengueres, Siresa, 134 Ludolph, Patrick, 131 Luhman, Meghan, 039 Lum, Kathryn, 023, 074 Lust, Aleksander, 095, 110 Lynch, Julia, 119, 138 Maas, Willem, 140 Magnsdttir, Gunnhildur, 007 Mann, Michelle, 173 Marchetti, Sabrina, 106 Mares, Isabela, 192 Markus, Stanislav, 185 Marr, Lauren, 070 Martin, Cathie, 019, 047 Martin, Cathie Jo, 047 Martin, Natalie, 147 Martinescu, Andra-Lucia, 037 Martinez-Herrera, Enrique, 092

Martiniello, Marco, 134 Marx, Paul, 079, 101 Marzinotto, Benedicta, 033, 127 Maselli, Ilaria, 008, 072 Massetti, Emanuele, 141, 188 Mathieu, Josue, 120 Matovski, Aleksandar, 088 Matsaganis, Manos, 020 Mattei, Paola, 090 Matthijs, Matthias, 108, 180 Mattioli, Fabio, 040, 061 Maurer, Andreas, 039, 063 Maurer, Heidi, 031 Maussen, Marcel, 112, 190 Maxwell, Rahsaan, 034, 135, 193 Mayne, Quinton, 165, 182 McDonald, Charles, 162, 164 McGowan, Francis, 088, 113, 133 McKowen, Kelly, 115 McMann, Kelly, 069, 097 McManus, Ian, 028 McNamara, Kathleen, 021, 062, 163 Mears, Ashley, 077 Medrano, Juan, 179 Medve-Balint, Gergo, 186 Meer, Nasar, 139 Melik-Tangyan, Andranik, 129, 157 Menendez, Irene, 120 Mepschen, Paul, 032, 098, 136 Mercenier, Heidi, 178 Merolli, Jessica, 123 Messina, Anthony, 034, 177 Meunier, Sophie, 017 Michalowski, Ines, 004 Miley, Thomas, 092, 156 Miller-Idriss, Cynthia, 043 Mironova, Vera, 149 Mitchell, Christopher, 044 Mitchell, Kristine, 050, 122, 124 Moes, Jeroen, 016 Mohanty, Pete, 074 Molnar, Virag, 060, 083 Mondou, Matthieu, 113 Moreira, Amilcar, 020, 049 Morgan, Kimberly, 098 Morissens, Ann, 194 Morrison, Bruce, 006, 132 Mos, Martijn, 094 Moses, Julia, 019, 038, 049, 091 Mourlon-Druol, Emmanuel, 035, 189 Moury, Catherine, 095 Moutselos, Michalis, 002 Mudge, Stephanie, 060 Mueller, Sean, 012 Mujagic, Nermina, 111 Mujal-Leon, Eusebio, 158 Mujkic, Asim, 111 Mungiu-Pippidi, Alina, 169

Muschik, Eva, 146 Mushaben, Joyce Marie, 001 Mustafa, Mentor, 024, 190 Mgge, Liza, 094, 135 Mylonas, Harris, 071 Mnn, Susanne, 079 Nalbandov, Robert, 113 Natali, David, 020 Nativel, Corrine, 104 Nelson, Moira, 079, 091, 168, 189 Newman, Abraham, 028, 041, 080 Nexon, Daniel, 010, 029 Nguyen, Christoph, 019 Nicola, Fernanda, 018, 100 Nicolaidis, Kalypso, 058, 063, 085, 115 Nilsson, Klas, 132 Noelke, Clemens, 138 Norton, Rosa, 164 Novak, Stephanie, 006 Nowak, Bartlomiej, 031 Nwajiaku, Kathryn, 075 O'Reilly, Declan, 166 Obrien, Peter, 193 Odmalm, Pontus, 188 Ofengenden, Ari, 011 Oktem, Kerem, 014 Olafsdottir, Sigrun, 138 Oliphant, Elayne, 190 Oliver, Rebecca, 172 Oliver, Tim, 153 Olmeda, Jose, 092 Olsen, Jonathan, 001, 088 Orenstein, Mitchell, 110, 127 Ort, Thomas, 053, 195 Ostergaard-Nielsen, Eva, 015 Ostrum, Nicholas, 155, 187 Otoiu, Damiana, 116 Ouaret, Sofiane, 156 Ouassini, Anwar, 173 Overbeck, Maximilian, 197 zelik, Emre, 006 Ozcurumez, Saime, 087, 118 Ozer, Yonca, 147 Palier, Bruno, 049 Palomera, Jaime, 061 Papadopoulou, Lina, 063, 085 Pape, Stacy, 149 Park, Sung Ho, 109 Parrott, R, 184 Parsons, Craig, 041, 062 Passaro, Joseph, 116 Paternotte, David, 196 Patnaik, Sanjay, 102, 113 Patrico, Ryan, 190 Paul, Ruxandra, 071

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Pearson-Patel, Jessica, 146 Peeters, Hans, 003 Pekala, Urszula, 082 Pellen, Cdric, 130 Perchoc, Philippe, 105, 125 Perera, Isabel, 106 Perez, Lauren, 009 Perez, Sofia, 086 Prez-Daz, Victor, 081 Perlmutter, Tedd, 177 Perreau, Bruno, 196 Peters, Yvette, 165, 182 Petit, Pascal, 044, 161 Petmesidou, Maria, 020 Petricevic, Vanja, 015, 176 Petrova, Irina, 037, 097 Petrovic, Tanja, 136, 191 Piana, Francesca, 146 Picot, Georg, 079, 194 Pitti, Laure, 084 Pliakos, Asteris, 013 Pochet, Philippe, 042 Podunavac, Milan, 111 Polavieja, Javier, 086, 128 Pollack, Mark, 100 Polyakova, Alina, 140 Pomorska, Karolina, 031 Ponikowska, Marta, 159 Popa, Elena, 154 Popic, Tamara, 090, 167 Pradella, Lucia, 126, 161, 167 Price, Emily, 190 Prodromidou, Alexandra, 155 Pula, Besnik, 110 Quirk, James, 148 Radaelli, Claudio, 160 Raddatz, Liv, 172 Radeva, Mariya, 040 Radu, Roxana, 144 Rakopoulos, Theodoros, 061 Ralph, David, 101 Rasmussen, Magnus, 019 Rasmussen, Morten, 035, 137 Recchi, Ettore, 183 Rechitsky, Raphi, 140 Redei, Lorinc, 057 Reeves, Aaron, 032 Regan, Aidan, 042, 142 Reijnen, Carlos, 078 Resnick, Elana, 061, 164, 181 Reyna Rivera, Abel, 028 Rhodes, Martin, 108, 142 Ricci, Gabriel, 148 Robbins-Wright, Laura, 171 Roger, Antoine, 130 Rogers, Doug, 163

Roitman, Janet, 061 Romero, Daniel, 134 Romeyn, Esther, 122 Ron-Balsera, Maria, 178 Ross, George, 022, 179 Roth, Felix, 017 Rowell, Jay, 179, 195 Royo, Sebastin, 158 Rozenblatt, Daphne, 148 Rubin, Jonah, 162 Rueda, David, 047, 079 Ruhs, Martin, 194 Ruiz-Junco, Natalia, 065, 145 Rutz, Suzanne, 178 Ryan, Caitlin, 030 Ryan, Eileen, 143 Rmer, Johanna, 162 Rssel, Jrg, 085, 103, 183 Rth, Leonce, 009 Saatcioglu, Beken, 005 Sabbagh, Daniel, 139 Sainsbury, Diane, 194 Salamonska, Justyna, 103 Salomone, Rosemary, 004, 023 Samper Vendrell, Javier, 094 Sanchez Salgado, Rosa, 107 Saulitis, Andris, 055 Savage, James, 120, 152 Savas, Efe, 073 Schaefer, Constantin, 147 Schain, Martin, 086 Schedler, Jan, 065, 088 Schelkle, Waltraud, 108, 152 Scheppele, Kim, 083 Schields, Chelsea, 154 Schimmelfennig, Frank, 017, 153 Schirmer, Dietmar, 095 Schmidtke, Oliver, 154, 188 Schneider, Cathy, 002 Schneider, Mary Kate, 178 Schoenman, Roger, 064 Scholten, Peter, 027 Schwander, Hanna, 089 Schwennicke, Antje, 109, 156 Scicluna, Nicole, 099 Scruggs, Lyle, 038, 066 Seeberg, Henrik, 102 Seeleib-Kaiser, Martin, 055 Semsit, Suhal, 057, 168 Serratosa, Jordi, 018 Seybert, Lucia, 102, 113 Sheingate, Adam, 119 Shepard, Todd, 154 Sherman, Rachel, 077 Sherry, Jonathan, 175 Shore, Jennifer, 066 Shukan, Ioulia, 016, 130

Sierp, Aline, 082, 105, 125 Sievers, Wiebke, 134 Sil, Rudra, 095 Siles-Brugge, Gabriel, 120 Silver, Hilary, 086 Silvia, Stephen, 019, 172 Sime, Jennifer, 190 Simon, Patrick, 045, 139, 149 Sindbk, Tea, 105, 125 Siri, Jasmin, 123 Sitar, Polona, 136 Skaaning, Svend-Erik, 157 Skorge, yvind, 091 Smith, Michael, 003, 031 Smith, Michael E., 031 Smith, Mitchell, 109 Snaith, Holly, 058 Soennecken, Dagmar, 074, 140 Solikova, Angela, 055 Soysal, Levent, 103, 183 Soysal, Yasemin, 045 Spackman, Christy, 151 Spektorowski, Alberto, 060 Spies, Dennis, 038, 117 Spiro, Peter, 023 Spolaore, Enrico, 096, 110 Spreen, David, 156 Stambolis-Ruhstorfer, Michael, 196 Statham, Paul, 048, 193 Steele, Liza, 117 Stengs, Irene, 136 Stockemer, Daniel, 065, 133 Stoeckel, Florian, 124 Stoilkova, Maria, 171 Stokes, Lauren, 187 Stone, Marla, 043 Straubhaar, Thomas, 052 Streeck, Wolfgang, 152, 189 Sullivan, Charles, 097 Super, Betsy, 188 Superti, Chiara, 036 Swedberg, Richard, 083 Szabo, Imre, 101 Sznaider, Natan, 174 Tafuro, Eleonora, 097 Tanta, Mirela, 166 Tanzer, Frances, 076 Tarlea, Silvana Maria, 091 Tatham, Michael, 012, 121 Tavares, Jos, 042 Taylor, Rosemary, 073, 138 ter Haar, Beryl, 129, 144 Thelen, Kathleen, 089 Thofilakis, Fabien, 025 Theofilopoulos, Thanos, 156 Thiemann, Matthias, 095 Thomas, Daniel, 147

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Tiemann, Guido, 009, 036 Tobia, Simona, 016, 197 Todd, Jennifer, 149 Tolksdorf, Dominik, 005, 087 Tollardo, Elisabetta, 146 Toplak, Cirila, 111 Topolski, Anya, 050, 174 Torpey, John, 093, 114 Tortola, Pier Domenico, 157 Trampusch, Christine, 152 Trechsel, Alexander, 182 Treitler, Vilna, 075 Tubb, Tara, 175 Tuntschew, Thomas, 153 Turner, Bryan, 029 Turner, Eric, 059, 126 Uhly, Katrina, 168 Ure, Pinar, 087, 116 Uygun, Ayse, 087 Vachudova, Milada Anna, 186 Vail, Mark, 041, 109 Valdez, Sarah, 140 Valencia-Garca, Louie, 162 Van Ark, Bart, 008, 072 Van der Loo, Guillaume, 005 van Hooren, Franca, 194 Van Ingelgom, Virginie, 022 van Leeuwen, Anouk, 059 Vanhoonacker, Sophie, 031 Vares, Laura, 123 Vauchez, Antoine, 179 Verheul, Jaap, 157 Vermeersch, Peter, 111 Verschraegen, Gert, 003 Verschueren, Herwig, 129 Vila Maior, Paulo, 058 Villa, Paula-Irene, 094 Villis, Tom, 173 Vink, Maarten, 034, 074 Vinska, Oksana, 151 Vlandas, Tim, 089, 142 Vlaskamp, Martijn, 153 Vodopivec, Nina, 136 Vodovnik, Ziga, 111 von der Groltz, Anna, 187 von Klimo, Arpad, 053 von Wahl, Angelika, 026 Vonk, Gijsbert, 144 Vossiek, Janis, 091, 189 Wala, Michael, 093 Walker, Adam, 030 Wamsiedel, Marius, 090 Warikoo, Natasha, 071 Warlouzet, Laurent, 014, 035 Waters, Timothy, 111

Watson, Sara, 170 Weicht, Bernard, 106 Weinar, Agnieszka, 027 Weiner, Richard, 066, 101, 148 Welsh, Helga, 026, 051 Wemlinger, Cherri, 116 Wendler, Frank, 013, 099 Whitaker, Robert, 197 White, Jonathan, 050, 099 Widfeldt, Anders, 188 Wilken, Lisanne, 122 Wintle, Michael, 078 Wisler, Caroline, 191 Wittenberg, Jason, 043 Wolff, Elisabetta, 157 Wollenberg, Daniel, 156 Woodward, Alison E., 149 Wuest, Reto, 165 Wuhs, Steve, 141 Yilmaz, Gozde, 147 Young, Brigitte, 058 Young, Patricia, 110 Yukleyen, Ahmet, 029 Zach Rutan, Andrea, 171 Zagame, Paul, 072 Zagorcheva, Dessie, 016, 039 Zapata, Ricard, 134 Zapata-Barrero, Ricard, 134 Zapryanova, Galina, 017 Zemmour, Michal, 038, 055 Zhukova, Ekatherina, 113 Ziblatt, Daniel, 069 Zilovic, Marko, 005 Zimmer, Anna, 011 Zippel, Kathrin, 067 Zobel, Malisa, 074

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Concerge Desk

Little Something Gormet ATM

Womens Lounge (Lower Level)

Executive Room WEST LOBBY


West Elevators Committee Directors Room Room

Telephones

ADA Lift to Ambassador and Regency Ball Rooms Level 1B Stairs Jewelry Store
Mens Restroom Business Center West Registration

Embassy Room Telephones Womens Lounge


Presidents Board Room Mens Lounge

MAIN LOBBY Telephones Marquee Lounge

Congressional Room

Hampton Room
Chairmans Board Room

Womens Restroom Council Room Senate Room

Front Desk & Reception

Mens Restroom (Lower Level)

AM B BA ASSA LLR DO OO R M

East Conference Center Calvert Room Governors Board Room

Forum Room

Reg e n c yG alle ry

Cabinet Room

West Conference Center

REG EN CY B ALL RO OM

EAST LOBBY Calvert Room Capitol Room Chairmans Boardroom Embassy Room Governors Boardroom Hampton Room Presidents Boardroom East Registration WEST LOBBY Cabinet Room Congressional A&B Room Council Room Executive Room Forum Room Sales Conference Room Senate Room West Registration

MAIN ENTRANCE BALLROOMS (East Lobby) Blue Room Blue Pre-Function Hampton BALLROOMS (West Lobby) Ambassador Ballroom Diplomat Room Empire Room Palladian Room Regency Room ADA Ramp To Lobby For Access to Diplomat ballrooms Please use elevators on the West Side and go to level 1B. For Access to the Empire Ballroom and Health Club/Outdoor Pool Please use elevators on the West Side of the Hotel and go to level 2B.

OMNI SHOREHAM HOTEL

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Venue
Omni Shoreham Hotel Registration Desk, Exhibits & Session Rooms 2500 Calvert Street NW (at Connecticut Ave.) Washington, District of Columbia 20008 United States of America Phone: 202-234-0700 Fax: 202-265-7972 Web: http://www.omnihotels.com/FindAHotel/WashingtonDCShoreham.aspx

Technology
Every session room will be equipped with a PC computer, projector, and projection screen. Session organizers are strongly encouraged to collect all presentations before the conference and then arrive early to pre-load those files. Both these actions will help prevent technological delays during the session. There will also be an official conference app available for download on all Android, Apple, and Blackberry devices. The app will include information about sessions, locations, exhibitors, and special events. Information on how to download this app will be provided in the conference packet and on the CES website. Attendees wishing to test their presentations on projecting equipment prior to the start of their sessions are encouraged to arrive early at their session room or to inquire about alternative testing sites by visiting the on-site Registration Desk. Wi-Fi access will be available in the lobby of the Omni Shoreham Hotel, but not in session rooms.

Venue & Technology


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Council for European Studies


Columbia University, 420 West 118th Street, MC 3307, New York, NY 10027 tel: 212-854-4172 email: ces@columbia.edu