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THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

Division Panels

T indicates a Theme Panel


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58.1

Theme Panels
Division Layna Mosley, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Chair:
Alvin B. Tillery, Northwestern University

Room:

DIVERSITY OF WOMEN'S
INTERESTS
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin I

Fri 2:30 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS

21.1

Room:

90.1

Room:

30 YEARS AFTER PROTEST IS


NOT ENOUGH: NEITHER
PROTEST NOR ELECTIONS ARE
ENOUGH
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5

Thu 2:00 pm

Room:

84.2

AFTER OBAMA: LEGACIES OF


AMERICA'S FIRST MINORITY
PRESIDENT
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5

Room:

Room:

BACKLASH AGAINST
DIVERSITY IN EUROPE
Nikko, Monterey I

Sat 2:00 pm

21.3

Room:

BEYOND (AND BACK TO)


FERGUSON: RACE AND
POWER(LESSNESS) IN
AMERICAN CITIES
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 4

58.2

Room:

63.1

Room:
94.1

Room:

BEYOND OUR BORDERS: DOES


POLITICAL SCIENCE HAVE AN
IMPACT ON OTHER
DISCIPLINES?
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin I

Room:
49.1
Room:

ETHICS OF FIELD RESEARCH


Hilton, Continental Parlor 2

Sat 10:15 am

Fri 2:30 pm

Fri 11:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 51: EXPERIMENTAL


RESEARCH
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 8: POLITICAL
METHODOLOGY

Thu 2:00 pm

15.1

Sat 2:00 pm
Room:

FIFTY YEARS AFTER THE VRA:


THE FUTURE OF VOTING AND
REPRESENTATION IN THE US
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5

Thu 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND


POLITICS
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 52: MIGRATION AND
CITIZENSHIP

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE
METHODS
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 8: POLITICAL
METHODOLOGY

90.3

BREAKING NEWS: BEYOND THE


CONFEDERATE FLAG: THE
POLITICS OF RACE AND CIVIL
RIGHTS AFTER THE
CHARLESTON MASSACRE
Hilton, Imperial A

43.1

BREAKING NEWS: TRADE


NEGOTIATIONS, FAST TRACK
AND AMERICAN WORKERS:
THE POLITICS OF TPP
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin II

DYNAMICS AMONG NATIONS:


EVOLUTION OF LEGITIMACY
AND DEVELOPMENT IN
MODERN STATES
Nikko, Ballroom I

EMPOWERING WOMEN:
SPECIAL CHALLENGES
GENDER POSES FOR
INCLUSION AND DIVERSITY
WITHIN THE PROFESSION
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 30: URBAN POLITICS

90.2

Sat 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL


POLITICAL ECONOMY

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 15: EUROPEAN POLITICS


AND SOCIETY

DIVERSITY, THREATS, AND


EXCLUSION: EXPERIMENTAL
INVESTIGATIONS
Hilton, Continental Parlor 2

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 51: EXPERIMENTAL


RESEARCH

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 30: URBAN POLITICS


Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND
POLITICS

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 23: PRESIDENTS AND


EXECUTIVE POLITICS
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND
POLITICS
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 52: MIGRATION AND
CITIZENSHIP

21.2

84.1

Fri 4:30 pm

Room:

GLOBAL DIVERSITIES OF
RESPONSES TO GENDER-BASED
VIOLENCE
Hilton, Continental Parlor 2

Sat 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS

Room:
10.1
Sat 4:15 pm
Room:

GLOBAL GOVERNANCE AND


THE UNITED NATIONS, 70
YEARS AFTER THE SAN
FRANCISCO CHARTER
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5
IS ANYBODY LISTENING?
POLITICAL SCIENCE, THE NEW
MEDIA AND POLITICS
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5

Fri 9:30 am

Thu 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 38: POLITICAL


COMMUNICATION

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

10.2

Room:
63.2
Room:

MARGINALIZATION, INCLUSION
AND THE FUTURE OF
POLITICAL SCIENCE: A PANEL
HONORING DAVID EASTON
Hilton, Continental Parlor 2
MARRIAGE EQUALITY IN THE
US: HOW DID WE GET HERE?
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5

Thu 8:00 am

Room:

Room:

NEW THEORIES AND EVIDENCE


ON LABOR POLITICS
Nikko, Ballroom I

Room:
25.1

Room:
15.2
Room:

PLENARY ADDRESS: TAKING


EMBEDDED LIBERALISM
GLOBAL: LESSONS FROM
BUSINESS AND HUMAN RIGHTS,
FEATURING JOHN RUGGIE
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5
PLENARY ADDRESS: WHY
ECONOMICS IS TOO
IMPORTANT TO BE LEFT TO
ECONOMISTS, FEATURING
ROBERT REICH
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5
RACE AND GENDER IN THE
EARLY AMERICAN REPUBLIC
Hilton, Imperial B

Room:

REALISM MEETS
DELIBERATIVE DEMOCRACY:
DIVERSITY IN POLITICAL
THEORY
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin I

Room:

21.4

Sat 10:15 am
Room:

Room:

RESPONSIBILITY FOR RACIAL


JUSTICE
Hilton, Continental Parlor 2

63.3
Thu 4:15 pm
Room:

Room:

RETHINKING DEMOCRATIC
AGENCY: RACE, GENDER,
SEXUALITY, AUTONOMY
Nikko, Carmel I

43.2
Thu 10:15 am
Room:

Room:

RETHINKING RELIGION,
DEMOCRACY, AND
DEVELOPMENT IN SUBSAHARAN AFRICA
Hilton, Continental Parlor 2

94.3

Sat 8:00 am
Room:

Room:

SEXUAL MINORITIES-POLICYMAKING AND POLITICAL


REPRESENTATION
Hilton, Continental Parlor 2

Fri 4:30 pm

WOMEN IN CONFLICT
PROCESSES
Hilton, Continental Parlor 2

Fri 9:30 am

WOMENS ENGAGEMENT IN
AFRICAN POLITICS:
OPPORTUNITIES AND
CONSTRAINTS
Hilton, Continental Parlor 2

Sat 4:15 pm

DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT AND


PHILOSOPHY: HISTORICAL
APPROACHES

Fri 2:30 pm

Division Eileen Hunt Botting, University of Notre Dame


Chair:
Melvin Lee Rogers, University of California, Los Angeles

11.1

Fri 2:30 pm

Room:
81.1

Room:
39.1
Room:

CICERONIAN RECEPTIONS
Hilton, Union Square 3 & 4

22.9

COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES
ON "ADVICE FOR RULERS":
ANCIENT TO EARLY MODERN
Hilton, Franciscan D

Thu 10:15 am

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

ACROSS THE REVOLUTIONARY


DIVIDE: RETHINKING
NINETEENTH-CENTURY
POLITICAL THOUGHT
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin II
ALEX GOUREVITCHS "FROM
SLAVERY TO THE
COOPERATIVE
COMMONWEALTH"
Parc 55, Embarcadero

Thu 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 47: SEXUALITY AND


POLITICS

WOMEN AND CHILDREN AND


VIOLENT EXTREMISM:
VICTIMS TO VICTIMIZERS?
Hilton, Continental Parlor 2

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 53: THE AFRICAN


POLITICS CONFERENCE GROUP

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 53: THE AFRICAN


POLITICS CONFERENCE GROUP

15.3

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL


THEORY

25.2

THE RISE OF THE POPULIST


RIGHT?: ANTI-IMMIGRATION
PARTIES IN WESTERN EUROPE
Hilton, Continental Parlor 2

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL


SECURITY

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL


THEORY

58.4

Sun 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 15: EUROPEAN POLITICS


AND SOCIETY

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL


THEORY

58.3

THE POLITICS OF RACE AND


CLASS INEQUALITIES IN THE
AMERICAS
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND


POLITICS
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 52: MIGRATION AND
CITIZENSHIP

Thu 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT


AND PHILOSOPHY: HISTORICAL APPROACHES

79.1

Sat 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY

104.1

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY

84.3

THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF


IMMIGRATION,
REDISTRIBUTION, AND
INEQUALITY
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5

Fri 4:30 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 47: SEXUALITY AND


POLITICS

10.3

94.2

Room:

Thu 8:00 am

Sat 8:00 am

Fri 7:30 am

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY

Room:

CREOLIZING LIBERTY:
ROUNDTABLE ON NEIL
ROBERTSS "FREEDOM AS
MARRONAGE"
Parc 55, Divisadero

Sat 8:00 am

Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY

11.2
Room:

DEMOCRATIC THEORIZING:
PAST AND PRESENT
Nikko, Carmel II

22.6

15.2

Thu 8:00 am
Room:
96.1

Room:

Room:

EMPIRE, IMPERIALISM, AND


RACE
Hilton, Golden Gate 2

Room:

FEDERATIONS AND UNIONS IN


IMPERIAL AND POSTCOLONIAL POLITICAL
THOUGHT
Hilton, Golden Gate 3

109.1

Room:

GENDER IN THE HISTORY OF


POLITICAL THOUGHT
Hilton, Taylor Room

HANNAH ARENDT
Hilton, Union Square 14

81.3
Room:

HOBBES AND RELIGION


Hilton, Union Square 1 & 2

51.1

IMPERIALISM AND
COLONIALISM:
TRANSNATIONAL
CONNECTIONS
Hilton, Golden Gate 3

91.1
Room:

11.3

Fri 9:30 am
Room:

Room:

Thu 4:15 pm

Room:

MACHIAVELLI, THE LAWS, AND


LIBERTY
Parc 55, Balboa

ROUNDTABLE ON HANNAH
ARENDT AND THE NEGRO
QUESTION
Hilton, Powell Room

Fri 11:30 am

45.2
Room:
22.8

Sun 10:15 am

Fri 4:30 pm

106.4
Room:

Room:

PARADOXES AND
POSSIBILITIES OF POLITICAL
ACTION
Hilton, Union Square 16

26.2

Room:

POLITICS AND ETHICS IN


NIETZSCHE'S PHILOSOPHY
Nikko, Monterey I

Sat 2:00 pm

Thu 8:00 am

ROUSSEAUS LESSER KNOWN


WORKS ON WOMEN
Parc 55, Balboa
TERENCE BALL'S
"REAPPRAISING POLITICAL
THEORY" TWENTY YEARS
LATER
Hilton, Taylor Room
THE "HUMAN" AND ITS
OTHERS
Hilton, Powell Room

Thu 8:00 am

Thu 2:00 pm

Fri 9:30 am

Thu 2:00 pm

Sun 8:00 am

THE AFFECTIVE TURN IN


POLITICAL THOUGHT
Hilton, Union Square 3 & 4

Thu 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY

Sun 8:00 am
51.3

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL


THEORY

51.2

Sun 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY

Room:
106.1

REPUBLICANISM: MARKETS
AND FREEDOM
Nikko, Carmel I

22.7

Sat 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY

65.1

REAPPRAISING NATIONAL
SELF-DETERMINATION
Nikko, Monterey II

REVISITING ROUSSEAU
Hilton, Union Square 17 & 18

Room:
MACHIAVELLI OUT OF
CONTEXT
Hilton, Golden Gate 1

READING AND RE-READING


LOCKE
Hilton, Union Square 1 & 2

11.4
Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL
THEORY

109.2

Sat 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL


THEORY

Room:

Room:

RACE, REVOLUTION, AND LOVE


IN AMERICAN POLITICAL
THOUGHT
Hilton, Golden Gate 8

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL
THEORY

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY

26.1
Room:

Room:

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY

45.1

Thu 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY

Thu 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL
THEORY

22.1

RACE AND GENDER IN THE


EARLY AMERICAN REPUBLIC
Hilton, Imperial B

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by Theme Panel

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL
THEORY

17.1

POSTER SESSION II: POSTER


SESSION: POLITICAL THOUGHT
AND PHILOSOPHY: HISTORICAL
APPROACHES
Hilton, Grand Ballroom

Division Panels

81.2

Room:

THE AMERICAN FOUNDING


RECONSIDERED
Hilton, Union Square 5 & 6

Fri 11:30 am

Fri 11:30 am

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

109.3

Room:

THE VIEW FROM THE


PROVINCES: EMPIRE IN
CONTEXTS
Hilton, Golden Gate 8

Sun 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY

39.2

Room:
22.11

Room:

UNIVERSALITY, SPATIAL
ORDER AND EXCLUSION IN
THE THOUGHT OF CARL
SCHMITT
Hilton, Union Square 23
WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES
DIVERSITY MAKE IN
COMPARATIVE POLITICAL
THEORY?
Hilton, Union Square 3 & 4

Room:

Room:

Room:
Thu 2:00 pm

Sat 2:00 pm

Room:

90.2

Room:

BEYOND OUR BORDERS: DOES


POLITICAL SCIENCE HAVE AN
IMPACT ON OTHER
DISCIPLINES?
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin I

22.12

Room:

BODY POLITICS
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin I

Fri 4:30 pm

45.6
Room:

Sat 2:00 pm

11.2
Room:

45.3

Thu 8:00 am

17.2
Room:

BORDER CROSSINGS
Parc 55, Divisadero

51.4

39.7

CAN THERE BE A (GOOD)


ETHICS FOR POLITICS?
Hilton, Union Square 19 & 20

Thu 10:15 am

Fri 7:30 am
Room:

Room:

60.1
Thu 2:00 pm
Room:
26.4

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT


AND PHILOSOPHY: HISTORICAL APPROACHES

91.3
Room:

CONSTITUTIONS AND
REVOLUTIONS
Nikko, Ballroom I

Sat 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL


THEORY

Thu 2:00 pm

DEMOCRACY AND THE "WHITE


PROBLEM"
Hilton, Franciscan C

Fri 9:30 am

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

DEMOCRATIC THEORIZING:
PAST AND PRESENT
Nikko, Carmel II

Thu 8:00 am

DIAGNOSING THE
CONTEMPORARY: CRITICAL
GENEALOGIES OF THE
PRESENT
Hilton, Golden Gate 7
DIVERSE LEGACIES OF
VIOLENCE: MEMORY,
RECOGNITION, AND
REPARATIONS
Nikko, Carmel I

Fri 9:30 am

Fri 11:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL


THEORY

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL


THEORY

COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES
ON "ADVICE FOR RULERS":
ANCIENT TO EARLY MODERN
Hilton, Franciscan D

DEBATING STRUCTURAL
THEORIES OF INJUSTICE,
DOMINATION, AND
OPPRESSION
Nikko, Mendocino II

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT


AND PHILOSOPHY: HISTORICAL APPROACHES
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL
THEORY

Room:

22.9

Fri 4:30 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL


THEORY

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS

Room:

CRISES OF POLITICS, THE


POLITICS OF CRISES
Parc 55, Mission I

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL


THEORY
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 55: CLASS & INEQUALITY

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE


METHODS
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 8: POLITICAL
METHODOLOGY
Co-sponsored by Theme Panel

11.5
Room:

Sat 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL


SCIENCE

Division Lawrie Balfour, University of Virginia


Chair:
Jeanne Morefield, Whitman College

Room:

CREOLIZING LIBERTY:
ROUNDTABLE ON NEIL
ROBERTSS "FREEDOM AS
MARRONAGE"
Parc 55, Divisadero

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT


AND PHILOSOPHY: HISTORICAL APPROACHES

65.3

WOMEN AND REPUBLICANISM


IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY
Hilton, Union Square 14

A WITTGENSTEINIAN
APPROACH TO POLITICAL
THEORY
Hilton, Powell Room

Thu 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND


ELECTORAL SYSTEMS

81.2

DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF
POLITICAL THEORY

65.2

CONSTRUCTING
REPRESENTATIVE
DEMOCRACY: THEORY,
HISTORY, AND PRACTICE
Hilton, Golden Gate 2

Fri 7:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY

91.2

26.3

Room:

DIVERSIFYING CINEMATIC
POLITICS
Hilton, Van Ness Room
DIVERSITY IN FAMILIES?
ECONOMIC PRECARITY AND
THE POLITICIZATION OF THE
FAMILY
Hilton, Union Square 1 & 2

Fri 2:30 pm

Thu 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL


THEORY

Room:

DOES CRITIQUE HAVE A


FUTURE? A QUESTION FOR
POLITICAL THEORISTS
Hilton, Franciscan A

Sat 8:00 am

Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL


SCIENCE

39.3

Room:
17.1
Room:

22.1

Room:

DREAM, WORK, PLAY:


PSYCHOANALYSIS, THE
UNCONSCIOUS, AND RADICAL
POLITICS
Hilton, Golden Gate 1
EMPIRE, IMPERIALISM, AND
RACE
Hilton, Golden Gate 2

Room:

106.3

Fri 7:30 am
Room:

109.2
Thu 10:15 am

Room:

11.6

FEDERATIONS AND UNIONS IN


IMPERIAL AND POSTCOLONIAL POLITICAL
THOUGHT
Hilton, Golden Gate 3

Room:
Thu 2:00 pm

17.3
Room:

Room:

IMMIGRANTS AND
DEMOCRATIC THEORY: A
PROBLEM ONLY FOR
OUTSIDERS?
Hilton, Golden Gate 7

22.10

Fri 9:30 am
Room:
91.5

Sat 10:15 am

Room:

IMPERIALISM AND
COLONIALISM:
TRANSNATIONAL
CONNECTIONS
Hilton, Golden Gate 3

Fri 11:30 am

Room:
39.4

Room:

INTERROGATING,
HISTORICIZING, AND
DECOLONIZING MATERIALIST
POLITICS AND METHOD
Hilton, Franciscan B
INTERSECTIONAL
PERSPECTIVES ON THE BODY:
DISABILITY, RACE AND
GENDER
Parc 55, Davidson

Sat 2:00 pm

Room:

IRIS YOUNG'S JUSTICE AND


THE POLITICS OF DIFFERENCE:
25 YEARS ON
Hilton, Franciscan C

POLICE POWER AND


POLITICAL THEORY
Hilton, Golden Gate 4

POSSESSIVE INDIVIDUALISM
REVISITED
Nikko, Carmel I
POSTER SESSION VIII: POSTER
SESSION: FOUNDATIONS OF
POLITICAL THEORY
Hilton, Grand Ballroom

26.5
Room:

RACE, AFFECT, POLITICS


Hilton, Golden Gate 8

Sun 10:15 am

Thu 8:00 am

Thu 10:15 am

Thu 2:00 pm

Sat 2:00 pm

Fri 7:30 am

Thu 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL


THEORY

Room:

RACE, REVOLUTION, AND LOVE


IN AMERICAN POLITICAL
THOUGHT
Hilton, Golden Gate 8

Sat 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT


AND PHILOSOPHY: HISTORICAL APPROACHES

91.1
Room:

REAPPRAISING NATIONAL
SELF-DETERMINATION
Nikko, Monterey II

Sat 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT


AND PHILOSOPHY: HISTORICAL APPROACHES
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL
THEORY

Fri 7:30 am
39.8
Room:

Sat 4:15 pm

PLATO AND CONTEMPORARY


POLITICAL THEORY: LEGACY,
POLITICS, INTERPRETATION
Hilton, Lombard Room

Room:

RECOGNITION AND ITS


DISCONTENTS
Hilton, Sutter Room

Fri 7:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL


THEORY

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS

96.2

MACHIAVELLI OUT OF
CONTEXT
Hilton, Golden Gate 1

RACE AND MEMORY IN


AMERICAN POLITICAL
THOUGHT
Hilton, Continental Parlor 1

96.1

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT


AND PHILOSOPHY: HISTORICAL APPROACHES
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL
THEORY

91.4

Room:
39.5

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL


THEORY

51.1

Sun 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL


SCIENCE

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT


AND PHILOSOPHY: HISTORICAL APPROACHES

86.1

LITERATURE OF DIMINISHED
DEMOCRACY
Hilton, Continental Parlor 3

Sun 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT


AND PHILOSOPHY: HISTORICAL APPROACHES

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT


AND PHILOSOPHY: HISTORICAL APPROACHES
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL
THEORY

GENDER IN THE HISTORY OF


POLITICAL THOUGHT
Hilton, Taylor Room

JUSTIFYING POLITICAL
AUTHORITY: DIVERSE
TRADITIONS IN DEBATE
Hilton, Lombard Room

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL


THEORY

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT


AND PHILOSOPHY: HISTORICAL APPROACHES

45.1

106.2

Division Panels

81.4

45.4
Room:

REPRISING THE EARLY


MODERN
Hilton, Sutter Room

81.5
Room:

RESISTANCE IS FUTILE
Nikko, Carmel II

Fri 9:30 am

Sat 8:00 am

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

86.2

Room:
91.10
Room:

SOURCES OF SOCIAL
CRITICISM FROM THE
MARGINS
Hilton, Union Square 14
STRUGGLES OVER THE
COMMON-WEALTH
Hilton, Union Square 1 & 2

DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL


THEORY

Sat 10:15 am

Division Suzanne Dovi, University of Arizona


Chair:
Jack Turner, University of Washington

Sat 2:00 pm

11.8
Room:

96.3
Room:
106.4
Room:

TELLING THE TRUTH AND


BREAKING THE LAW
Hilton, Continental Parlor 9
THE "HUMAN" AND ITS
OTHERS
Hilton, Powell Room

Sat 4:15 pm

Sun 8:00 am

17.4

Room:
26.7

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT


AND PHILOSOPHY: HISTORICAL APPROACHES

26.2
Room:

91.11
Room:
109.3

Room:

THE AFFECTIVE TURN IN


POLITICAL THOUGHT
Hilton, Union Square 3 & 4

Room:
39.7
Room:

THE POLITICS/VIOLENCE
FRONTIER
Hilton, Golden Gate 5

91.3

Room:
11.7
Room:
26.45
Room:

45.5
Room:

THEORIZING POLITICAL
ECONOMY
Hilton, Union Square 19 & 20
THEORIZING THE
ANTHROPOCENE
Hilton, Golden Gate 8
TOWARDS A CRITICAL
POLITICAL SCIENCE
Nikko, Carmel II

Room:

91.14
Room:

22.12

Thu 4:15 pm
Room:

Room:

CONSTITUTIONS AND
REVOLUTIONS
Nikko, Ballroom I

DEBATING STRUCTURAL
THEORIES OF INJUSTICE,
DOMINATION, AND
OPPRESSION
Nikko, Mendocino II

Thu 2:00 pm

Thu 8:00 am
45.6
Room:

DEMOCRACY AND THE "WHITE


PROBLEM"
Hilton, Franciscan C

DEMOCRACY AT THE MARGINS


Hilton, Union Square 24

WARS OF RELIGION (AND


SECULARISM)
Hilton, Franciscan D

86.3

DEMOCRACY IN A
GLOBALIZED AGE: THE ALLAFFECTED PRINCIPLE AND
BEYOND
Hilton, Franciscan C

Fri 9:30 am

Thu 2:00 pm

Fri 9:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY

Thu 4:15 pm
60.2
Room:

51.5
Room:

DEMOCRACY'S INTERNAL AND


EXTERNAL BORDERS
Parc 55, Divisadero

Fri 2:30 pm

Sat 10:15 am

Fri 11:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 52: MIGRATION AND


CITIZENSHIP

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT


AND PHILOSOPHY: HISTORICAL APPROACHES

65.4

WHAT IS RESISTANCE?
Hilton, Franciscan A

Room:

THE STRANGEST
EXPERIENCES: SALVAGING
COMPLEXITY IN POLITICAL
THEORIZING
Hilton, Continental Parlor 9

Sat 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 55: CLASS & INEQUALITY

Sat 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL


THEORY

39.6

Fri 7:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY

Sun 10:15 am

Room:

Room:

CAN THERE BE A (GOOD)


ETHICS FOR POLITICS?
Hilton, Union Square 19 & 20

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL


SCIENCE

WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES


DIVERSITY MAKE IN
COMPARATIVE POLITICAL
THEORY?
Hilton, Union Square 3 & 4

Thu 4:15 pm

Sat 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL


SCIENCE

22.11

AUTHOR MEETS CRITICS:


JACOB T. LEVY, RATIONALISM,
PLURALISM, AND FREEDOM
Hilton, Union Square 5 & 6

Thu 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT


AND PHILOSOPHY: HISTORICAL APPROACHES

26.6

AUTHOR MEETS CRITICS


ROUNDTABLE: ALAN PATTEN'S
"EQUAL RECOGNITION"
Parc 55, Balboa

Thu 8:00 am

Thu 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT


AND PHILOSOPHY: HISTORICAL APPROACHES

THE VIEW FROM THE


PROVINCES: EMPIRE IN
CONTEXTS
Hilton, Golden Gate 8

AGENCY, RESPONSIBILITY,
AUTONOMY
Hilton, Union Square 23

11.2

Fri 7:30 am

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

Room:

DEMOCRATIC CITIZENSHIP
AND THE ETHICS OF VOTING
IN DIVERSE SOCIETIES
Hilton, Union Square 15
DEMOCRATIC THEORIZING:
PAST AND PRESENT
Nikko, Carmel II

Fri 4:30 pm

Thu 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT


AND PHILOSOPHY: HISTORICAL APPROACHES
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF
POLITICAL THEORY

Room:

DIFFERENCE, DOMINATION,
INEQUALITY
Parc 55, Hearst

11.9
Room:

DISABLED CITIZENSHIP
Hilton, Union Square 13

81.6
Room:

DIVERSE FAMILIES
Hilton, Golden Gate 5

Fri 2:30 pm

109.4
Room:

106.1
Sat 8:00 am
Room:

Room:

86.4

Room:

DIVERSE LEGACIES OF
VIOLENCE: MEMORY,
RECOGNITION, AND
REPARATIONS
Nikko, Carmel I

26.4

Room:

91.12
Room:
17.1
Room:

11.10
Room:
91.6

DIVERSIFYING DIVERSITY:
MIGRATION, ECONOMY,
CULTURE AND HUMAN RIGHTS
Hilton, Golden Gate 4

Room:

POSTER SESSION VIII: POSTER


SESSION: NORMATIVE
POLITICAL THEORY
Hilton, Grand Ballroom

26.5
Room:

RACE, AFFECT, POLITICS


Hilton, Golden Gate 8

Sat 10:15 am

DIVERSITY IN FAMILIES?
ECONOMIC PRECARITY AND
THE POLITICIZATION OF THE
FAMILY
Hilton, Union Square 1 & 2

81.7

Room:

DIVERSITY, DEMOCRACY,
REPRESENTATION
Nikko, Carmel II

79.1

86.1

Room:

HISTORICAL INJUSTICE AND


RESPONSIBILITY
Hilton, Golden Gate 6
IMMIGRANTS AND
DEMOCRATIC THEORY: A
PROBLEM ONLY FOR
OUTSIDERS?
Hilton, Golden Gate 7

Room:

IMPERIALISM AND
COLONIALISM:
TRANSNATIONAL
CONNECTIONS
Hilton, Golden Gate 3

Room:

LITERATURE OF DIMINISHED
DEMOCRACY
Hilton, Continental Parlor 3

Thu 4:15 pm

RACE, GENDER, SEXUALITY,


AND SEXUAL AND DOMESTIC
VIOLENCE IN THE NBA AND
NFL
Hilton, Continental Parlor 2

Sat 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 47: SEXUALITY AND


POLITICS

Thu 10:15 am
Room:

Sat 10:15 am

REALISM MEETS
DELIBERATIVE DEMOCRACY:
DIVERSITY IN POLITICAL
THEORY
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin I

Sat 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by Theme Panel

91.1

REAPPRAISING NATIONAL
SELF-DETERMINATION
Nikko, Monterey II

Sat 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT


AND PHILOSOPHY: HISTORICAL APPROACHES
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF
POLITICAL THEORY

Sun 8:00 am

39.8
Room:

RECOGNITION AND ITS


DISCONTENTS
Hilton, Sutter Room

Fri 7:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY

Fri 11:30 am

11.3
Room:

REPUBLICANISM: MARKETS
AND FREEDOM
Nikko, Carmel I

Thu 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT


AND PHILOSOPHY: HISTORICAL APPROACHES

58.3

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT


AND PHILOSOPHY: HISTORICAL APPROACHES
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF
POLITICAL THEORY

106.3

Sat 2:00 pm

Sat 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY

51.1

Thu 8:00 am

Thu 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY

EMPIRE, IMPERIALISM, AND


RACE
Hilton, Golden Gate 2

Sun 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY

Room:

Room:

POLITICAL THEORY AND THE


CORPORATION
Nikko, Mendocino I

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT


AND PHILOSOPHY: HISTORICAL APPROACHES
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF
POLITICAL THEORY

106.5

PARADOXES AND
POSSIBILITIES OF POLITICAL
ACTION
Hilton, Union Square 16

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT


AND PHILOSOPHY: HISTORICAL APPROACHES

Fri 11:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 52: MIGRATION AND


CITIZENSHIP

Sun 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 47: SEXUALITY AND


POLITICS

Thu 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS

51.4

MARRIAGE, MORALS, AND


MARKETS
Hilton, Golden Gate 7

Division Panels

60.3

Room:

Fri 2:30 pm

Co-sponsored by Theme Panel

58.4

Sun 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY

RESPONSIBILITY FOR RACIAL


JUSTICE
Hilton, Continental Parlor 2

Room:

RETHINKING DEMOCRATIC
AGENCY: RACE, GENDER,
SEXUALITY, AUTONOMY
Nikko, Carmel I

Fri 2:30 pm

Co-sponsored by Theme Panel

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

26.8

Room:

ROUNDTABLE ON MARGARET
MOORE'S "A POLITICAL
THEORY OF TERRITORY"
Hilton, Golden Gate 6

Division Dona-Gene Barton, University of Nebraska


Chair:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 52: MIGRATION AND


CITIZENSHIP

17.5
Room:
91.13
Room:

SHOULD WE "MANAGE"
DIVERSITY?
Nikko, Monterey II
THE GOOD REPRESENTATIVE
2.0
Hilton, Franciscan C

DIVISION 5: POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY

Thu 4:15 pm

109.5

Thu 10:15 am
Room:

Sat 2:00 pm

106.7

Room:

Room:

TUCKNESS AND PARRISHS


THE DECLINE OF MERCY IN
PUBLIC LIFE
Parc 55, Mason

60.4
Room:

UNPACKING COMPLICITY
Hilton, Franciscan C

Fri 2:30 pm

91.14
Room:

WHAT IS RESISTANCE?
Hilton, Franciscan A

Sat 2:00 pm

96.4

Room:
86.23
Room:

DIVISION 4: FORMAL POLITICAL


THEORY

91.42

Division Bahar Leventoglu, Duke University


Chair:

AUTHORITARIAN SYSTEMS
Hilton, Imperial A

81.8

DIFFERENT DYNAMICS OF
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
Hilton, Franciscan B

96.6
Room:

EMPIRICAL TESTING OF
THEORETICAL MODELS
Hilton, Lombard Room

Room:

Room:

EXPERIMENTAL TESTS OF
FORMAL MODELS
Parc 55, Stockton

Fri 11:30 am

Sat 8:00 am

Sat 4:15 pm

56.1

Room:
91.15

Room:
65.19

Room:

Room:
22.13

Room:
45.8
Room:

FORMAL MODELS OF
INTERNAL CONFLICT
Nikko, Mendocino I
FORMAL MODELS OF
POLITICAL INFORMATION AND
COMMUNICATION
Hilton, Union Square 16
POLITICS OF RECRUITMENT,
EXPERTISE & PERSONNEL
Hilton, Union Square 25

Sat 10:15 am

GENDER AND CAMPAIGN


DYNAMICS
Hilton, Continental Parlor 7

Sat 2:00 pm

INFORMATION ENVIRONMENT
EFFECTS
Hilton, Union Square 24
POSTER SESSION V: POSTER
SESSION: POLITICAL
PSYCHOLOGY
Hilton, Grand Ballroom
RACE AND ETHNICITY:
EXPERIMENTAL
INVESTIGATIONS
Parc 55, Balboa

Sat 10:15 am

Fri 2:00 pm

Sat 2:00 pm

THE EFFECT OF INCLUSION


AND EXCLUSION ON FOREIGN
POLICY ATTITUDES
Hilton, Golden Gate 1

Fri 4:30 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY

Sun 8:00 am
81.9
Thu 2:00 pm
Room:

THE EFFECTS OF MORAL


JUDGMENTS AMONG CITIZENS
AND LEGISLATORS
Parc 55, Davidson

Sat 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION

65.5
Fri 9:30 am
Room:
60.5

Room:

EMOTION, PSYCHOLOGY, AND


CONFLICT
Hilton, Golden Gate 3

Sat 4:15 pm

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 51: EXPERIMENTAL


RESEARCH

106.6

CLASH OF THE SOCIAL


IDENTITIES IN THE POLITICAL
ARENA
Nikko, Monterey II

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS

86.5

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 8: POLITICAL


METHODOLOGY

22.62

Sun 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL


SECURITY

Room:

Room:

AT FACE VALUE: APPEARANCE


EFFECTS AND CANDIDATE
EVALUATIONS
Hilton, Golden Gate 8

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND


VOTING BEHAVIOR

Fri 9:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY

51.6
Room:

Sun 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL


SECURITY

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS

45.7

ANYTHING BUT ORDINARY:


UNCONVENTIONAL POLITICAL
PARTICIPATION AND VIOLENCE
Hilton, Union Square 21

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

THE MISSING (EMOTIONAL)


LINK: EXPLAINING POLITICAL
PARTICIPATION
Parc 55, Davidson
THE ORIGINS OF POLITICAL
KNOWLEDGE AND POLITICAL
ATTITUDES
Parc 55, Mission II

Fri 4:30 pm

Fri 2:30 pm

Room:
39.9
Room:

THE POLITICAL EFFECTS OF


PERSONALITY AMONG ELITES
AND THE PUBLIC
Parc 55, Mission II
THE POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY
OF IMMIGRATION ATTITUDES
Parc 55, Mission II

Fri 11:30 am

Room:

Room:
45.9

Room:

THE PSYCHOLOGICAL
UNDERPINNINGS OF
PARTISANSHIP AND GROUP
CUES
Parc 55, Mason
THE ROLE OF MOTIVATED
REASONING IN THE POLITICAL
PROCESS
Parc 55, Mission II

Fri 7:30 am

Thu 4:15 pm

Room:

WHAT DO WE LEARN FROM


DELIBERATIVE MINI-PUBLICS?
Parc 55, Powell II

22.15
Room:

86.19

Room:

YOU DISGUST ME! SOURCES OF


SUPPORT FOR POLICIES AND
PARTIES
Parc 55, Mission I

Fri 9:30 am

26.10
Room:
81.59

Thu 10:15 am
Room:

91.16
Room:

11.59

Room:

Room:

Room:

BUSINESS, POLITICS, AND


ENVIRONMENTAL
GOVERNANCE
Hilton, Union Square 24

51.47
Room:

Room:
11.53

Room:

BUSINESSES, OFFICIALS, AND


CORRUPTION
Hilton, Continental Parlor 9
CLIENTELISM AND
CORRUPTION ACROSS
DICTATORSHIP AND
DEMOCRACY
Hilton, Union Square 3 & 4

Room:

CLIENTELISM, DEMOCRACY
AND PUBLIC SPENDING
Hilton, Union Square 15

ECONOMIC INEQUALITY,
IDENTITY, AND
DEMOCRATIZATION
Hilton, Union Square 13

Thu 4:15 pm

Sat 8:00 am

ECONOMIC SHOCKS AND


DISTRIBUTIVE POLITICS
Hilton, Golden Gate 8

Sat 2:00 pm

ETHNICITY AND THE POLITICS


OF RESOURCE ALLOCATION IN
AFRICA
Parc 55, Lombard

Thu 8:00 am

EXPERIMENTS IN POLITICAL
ECONOMY
Parc 55, Powell II

Fri 11:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 51: EXPERIMENTAL


RESEARCH

45.10
Room:

Thu 8:00 am

86.31
Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE
DEMOCRATIZATION

Fri 9:30 am

FISCAL POLITICS IN FEDERAL


SYSTEMS
Hilton, Franciscan A

Sat 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 28: FEDERALISM AND


INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS

91.17

Sat 8:00 am

FIELD EXPERIMENTS ON
LOCAL GOVERNANCE
Hilton, Lombard Room

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 51: EXPERIMENTAL


RESEARCH

Thu 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE


DEMOCRATIZATION

81.10

ECONOMIC INEQUALITY AND


DEMOCRATIC RESPONSE
Hilton, Golden Gate 3

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 39: SCIENCE,


TECHNOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS

11.11

Sat 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 53: THE AFRICAN


POLITICS CONFERENCE GROUP

Sun 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 14: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS OF ADVANCED INDUSTRIAL SOCIETIES

22.53

DECENTRALIZATION AND
REDISTRIBUTION
Hilton, Union Square 16

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

Division Nahomi Ichino, University of Michigan


Chair:

BOOK ROUNDTABLE: "THE


POLITICS OF ADVANCED
CAPITALISM" (2015, CUP)
Hilton, Taylor Room

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE


DEMOCRATIZATION

Thu 2:00 pm

DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY

106.20

CORRUPTION AND ITS


POLITICAL IMPLICATIONS
Hilton, Franciscan A

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 14: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS OF ADVANCED INDUSTRIAL SOCIETIES

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 50: POLITICAL NETWORKS

22.14

Thu 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS

Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 38: POLITICAL


COMMUNICATION

17.6

CONFLICT, TAXATION, AND


STATE CAPACITY
Hilton, Golden Gate 7

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 52: MIGRATION AND


CITIZENSHIP

26.9

17.7

Division Panels

51.7

Room:

INEQUALITY AND HISTORICAL


POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT IN
EUROPE
Hilton, Union Square 25

Sat 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS

96.5
Room:

INEQUALITY AND
REDISTRIBUTION
Hilton, Union Square 25

Sat 4:15 pm

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

39.20

Room:

INEQUALITY, WELFARE AND


DISTRIBUTIVE POLITICS IN
POST-COMMUNIST
TRANSITIONS
Parc 55, Hearst

Fri 7:30 am

Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 13: THE POLITICS OF


COMMUNIST AND FORMER COMMUNIST
COUNTRIES

10.3
Room:

NEW THEORIES AND EVIDENCE


ON LABOR POLITICS
Nikko, Ballroom I

Room:

POLITICAL COMPETITION AND


GOVERNMENT SPENDING
Hilton, Union Square 21

Room:

Room:
17.8

Room:

POLITICAL ECONOMY OF THE


ORIGINS, DYNAMICS, AND
TENURE OF AUTOCRATIC RULE
Parc 55, Davidson
POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY,
INSTITUTIONS, AND PUBLIC
GOODS
Hilton, Union Square 15

Sun 8:00 am
Room:

Room:

POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS AND


ECONOMIC GROWTH
Nikko, Carmel I

86.7
Room:

Room:

POLITICAL STABILITY AND


ECONOMIC GROWTH IN CHINA
Hilton, Union Square 24

91.18
Thu 10:15 am
Room:

Room:

Fri 7:30 am

45.11

Thu 4:15 pm
Room:
17.9

Fri 2:30 pm

22.17

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY

Room:
22.2
Room:

POSTER SESSION II: POSTER


SESSION: POLITICAL ECONOMY
Hilton, Grand Ballroom

22.16
Room:

POWER OF POLITICAL NEWS


Hilton, Lombard Room

51.8

RESOURCES AND
DISTRIBUTION IN
DEMOCRACIES OF THE
DEVELOPING WORLD
Hilton, Powell Room

Room:

Thu 2:00 pm

Room:

SOCIAL SPENDING AND


OUTCOMES IN NEW AND
PARTIAL DEMOCRACIES
Hilton, Sutter Room

THE POLITICS OF WELFARE


STATE RETRENCHMENT
Hilton, Franciscan B

WAR, DEVELOPMENT AND THE


EMERGENCE OF THE STATE
Hilton, Union Square 24

45.12

AUTHOR MEETS CRITICS:


FRANCIS FUKUYAMA'S
"POLITICAL ORDER AND
POLITICAL DECAY"
Hilton, Imperial B
AUTHOR MEETS CRITICS: THE
LOVERS QUARREL: THE TWO
FOUNDINGS
Parc 55, Mason
BUILDING THE STATE:
HISTORICAL ANTECEDENTS OF
STABILITY AND CAPACITY
Parc 55, Powell I

Thu 2:00 pm

Room:

DAVID VOGEL'S
CONTRIBUTIONS TO
POLITICAL SCIENCE
Nikko, Mendocino I

Fri 11:30 am

51.9
Room:

DEMOCRACY AT THE EDGE


Hilton, Union Square 1 & 2

86.8

ENGAGED SCHOLARS ADDRESS


LEADING ISSUES IN US
POLITICS
Parc 55, Market Street

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

86.6

Fri 4:30 pm

Sat 10:15 am

Room:
81.11

Sat 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE


DEMOCRATIZATION

Sat 2:00 pm

DIVISION 7: POLITICS AND HISTORY

Room:
POLITICS OF THE BUDGET
PROCESS
Parc 55, Mason

THE POLITICS OF WAGES AND


LABOR REGULATION
Hilton, Union Square 21

Division Amel F. Ahmed, University of Massachusetts, Amherst


Chair:
James Mahoney, Northwestern University
Thomas K. Ogorzalek, Northwestern University

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 13: THE POLITICS OF


COMMUNIST AND FORMER COMMUNIST
COUNTRIES

60.24

Sat 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 14: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS OF ADVANCED INDUSTRIAL SOCIETIES

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS

26.11

THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF


IMMIGRATION,
REDISTRIBUTION, AND
INEQUALITY
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5

Fri 2:30 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 14: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS OF ADVANCED INDUSTRIAL SOCIETIES

Thu 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 28: FEDERALISM AND


INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS

39.10

THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF


ACCESS TO POLITICAL OFFICE
AND POLICY OUTCOMES
Hilton, Union Square 21

Co-sponsored by Theme Panel

65.6

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS

11.12

94.2

Thu 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by Theme Panel

106.8

60.6

Room:
86.9
Room:

HISTORICAL
DEMOCRATIZATION: PARTIES,
PARLIAMENTS, AND CRISIS
Nikko, Mendocino II
IDEAS, INSTITUTIONS, AND
CITIES
Hilton, Union Square 17 & 18

Fri 9:30 am

Thu 10:15 am

Thu 2:00 pm

Fri 9:30 am

Fri 11:30 am

Sat 10:15 am

Sat 8:00 am

Sat 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 30: URBAN POLITICS

10

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

Room:
106.9

Room:
22.4

Room:
109.6

Room:
17.10
Room:

INSTITUTIONAL LEGACIES AND


THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF
GROWTH
Nikko, Mendocino II
LONG SHADOWS OF HISTORY:
HOW PAST VIOLENCE SHAPES
PRESENT-DAY POLITICAL
OUTCOMES
Hilton, Union Square 25
POSTER SESSION II: POSTER
SESSION: POLITICS AND
HISTORY
Hilton, Grand Ballroom
PREROGATIVE AND
CONSTRAINT IN PRESIDENTIAL
POLICY-MAKING
Hilton, Union Square 14
RACE AND THE AMERICAN
STATE
Hilton, Union Square 24

Sat 2:00 pm

17.11

Room:
Sun 8:00 am

Room:
86.10
Room:
96.6
Sun 10:15 am
Room:

Room:
22.18
Room:
86.29

Room:

REGIME CHANGE AND


GOVERNABILITY IN INTERWAR
EUROPE REVISITED
Hilton, Union Square 24
STATE-BUILDING AND THE
FAMILY
Hilton, Mason Room
THE DEVELOPMENT AND
EVOLUTION OF AMERICAN
BUREAUCRACY
Hilton, Golden Gate 8

Thu 10:15 am

Thu 8:00 am

49.1
Room:

Room:

THE RIGHT TURN AGAINST


WORKERS IN THE AMERICAN
STATES
Hilton, Taylor Room

96.29

39.11
Room:

BAYESIAN MODELS
Parc 55, Balboa

90.2

BEYOND OUR BORDERS: DOES


POLITICAL SCIENCE HAVE AN
IMPACT ON OTHER
DISCIPLINES?
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin I

Room:

ETHICS OF FIELD RESEARCH


Hilton, Continental Parlor 2

Fri 11:30 am

FRONTIERS IN THE
QUANTITATIVE STUDY OF
WOMEN IN POLITICS
Hilton, Van Ness Room

Sat 4:15 pm

Room:

GEOGRAPHY, INFERENCE, AND


SPATIAL STATISTICS
Hilton, Golden Gate 4

109.7
Room:

IDEAL POINT ESTIMATION


Hilton, Union Square 22

106.10

IMPROVING BEST PRACTICES


FOR STATISTICAL ANALYSIS
Nikko, Mendocino II

Thu 2:00 pm

Sat 10:15 am

Thu 4:15 pm

Room:
11.15

Division Jacob M. Montgomery, Washington University in St. Louis


Chair:

Room:

Sat 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS

22.19

DIVISION 8: POLITICAL
METHODOLOGY

ADVANCES IN CAUSAL
INFERENCE
Hilton, Sutter Room

EMPIRICAL TESTING OF
THEORETICAL MODELS
Hilton, Lombard Room

Sat 10:15 am

Thu 2:00 pm

Room:

JOURNAL EDITORS & DA-RT:


NEW DATA SHARING AND
RESEARCH TRANSPARENCY
REQUIREMENTS
Parc 55, Mission II

106.11
Room:

MACHINE LEARNING
Hilton, Union Square 15

109.35

MAPPING AND BRIDGING


METHODOLOGICAL DIVERSITY
IN THE DISCIPLINE
Hilton, Lombard Room

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 29: STATE POLITICS AND


POLICY

11.14

DETECTING AND CONCEALING


PATTERNS IN DATA
Hilton, Taylor Room

Sat 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 51: EXPERIMENTAL


RESEARCH
Co-sponsored by Theme Panel

Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY

26.12

CAUSAL EFFECTS IN TIMEVARYING DATA


Hilton, Union Square 16

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 4: FORMAL POLITICAL


THEORY

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND


POLITICS

11.13

Thu 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE


METHODS

91.20

Thu 2:00 pm

BRIDGING THE QUANTITATIVEQUALITATIVE DIVIDE: TEXT


ANALYSIS AND DATA
THRESHOLDS
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 4

Thu 8:00 am
Room:

Sun 10:15 am

Sun 8:00 am

Thu 8:00 am

Sun 8:00 am

Sun 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE


METHODS

Fri 7:30 am

Sat 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE
METHODS
Co-sponsored by Theme Panel

17.12
Room:

MEASUREMENT MODELS IN
COMPARATIVE POLITICS
Hilton, Taylor Room

Thu 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS

96.44
Room:

METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES IN
EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN
Hilton, Golden Gate 5

Sat 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 51: EXPERIMENTAL


RESEARCH

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

11

Division Panels

91.19

22.20
Room:

MODELING TEXT-AS-DATA
Hilton, Union Square 1 & 2

Thu 2:00 pm

26.13
Room:

MODELS OF SURVEY DATA


Hilton, Continental Parlor 7

Thu 4:15 pm

106.13

Room:

NETWORK MODELS
Hilton, Golden Gate 6

Fri 7:30 am

60.7

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 50: POLITICAL NETWORKS

96.43

Room:

NETWORKED INTERNATIONAL
POLITICS: METHODOLOGICAL
CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS
Parc 55, Mission I

Room:

Room:

NEW DIRECTIONS IN MULTIMETHOD RESEARCH


Hilton, Union Square 22

86.12

Fri 7:30 am
Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE


METHODS

45.13
Room:

NEW SOURCES OF (BIG) DATA


Hilton, Union Square 19 & 20

56.2

Room:

POSTER SESSION V: POSTER


SESSION: POLITICAL
METHODOLOGY
Hilton, Grand Ballroom

81.12
Room:

PREDICTION
Hilton, Union Square 3 & 4

106.12

TRACING TEXT THROUGH


TIME
Hilton, Mason Room

Room:
96.7
Room:

USING TEXT AND


COMMUNICATIONS AS DATA
Nikko, Carmel I

56.5

Room:
Fri 2:00 pm

Sat 8:00 am
Room:

26.14
Sat 4:15 pm

Division Victor Asal, University at Albany, SUNY


Chair:
Jessica L. Lavariega Monforti, Pace University
Sherri L. Wallace, University of Louisville

Room:

Room:

DIVERSE APPROACHES TO
IMPROVING ONLINE
EDUCATION
Hilton, Mason Room

Room:

DIVERSE PERSPECTIVES ON
POLITICAL SCIENCE
EDUCATION
Hilton, Union Square 13

POSTER SESSION V: POSTER


SESSION: TEACHING AND
LEARNING IN POLITICAL
SCIENCE
Hilton, Grand Ballroom

Fri 2:00 pm

STRATEGIES FOR PROMOTION


FROM ASSOCIATE TO FULL
PROFESSOR
Hilton, Franciscan A

Thu 4:15 pm

45.14

TEACHING CIVIC EDUCATION,


ENGAGEMENT AND INCLUSION
Hilton, Franciscan A

Fri 9:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 10: POLITICAL SCIENCE


EDUCATION

51.10
Room:

TEACHING ABOUT DIVERSITIES


USING UNIQUE APPROACHES
Hilton, Van Ness Room

Fri 11:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 10: POLITICAL SCIENCE


EDUCATION

Thu 10:15 am
81.14

Sat 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 10: POLITICAL SCIENCE


EDUCATION

12

Fri 2:00 pm

Sat 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 10: POLITICAL SCIENCE


EDUCATION

86.11

POSTER SESSION V: POSTER


SESSION: POLITICAL SCIENCE
EDUCATION
Hilton, Grand Ballroom

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 10: POLITICAL SCIENCE


EDUCATION

Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 10: POLITICAL SCIENCE


EDUCATION

17.13

Sat 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 10: POLITICAL SCIENCE


EDUCATION

Room:

ASSESSING DIVERSITIES IN
THE CLASSROOM
Hilton, Golden Gate 8

PEDAGOGICAL DIVERSITIES
RECONSIDERED: TEACHING
POLITICS IN THE 21ST
CENTURY
Hilton, Union Square 1 & 2

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 10: POLITICAL SCIENCE


EDUCATION

56.4

DIVISION 9: TEACHING AND


LEARNING IN POLITICAL SCIENCE

81.13

Fri 2:30 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 10: POLITICAL SCIENCE


EDUCATION

Fri 9:30 am

Sun 8:00 am

EXPLORING DIVERSITIES
USING SIMULATIONS
Hilton, Union Square 13

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 10: POLITICAL SCIENCE


EDUCATION

Sat 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 50: POLITICAL NETWORKS

39.49

Sun 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 10: POLITICAL SCIENCE


EDUCATION

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION

39.12
Room:

EXPLORING DIVERSITIES
USING CIVIC EDUCATION AND
ENGAGEMENT
Hilton, Union Square 13

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

Room:

TEACHING ABOUT
DIVERSITIES, POWER AND
DIFFERENCE
Hilton, Mason Room

Sat 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 10: POLITICAL SCIENCE


EDUCATION

Room:

Division Victor Asal, University at Albany, SUNY


Chair:
Jessica L. Lavariega Monforti, Pace University
Sherri L. Wallace, University of Louisville

81.13
Room:

ASSESSING DIVERSITIES IN
THE CLASSROOM
Hilton, Golden Gate 8

45.14

Room:

DIVERSE APPROACHES TO
IMPROVING ONLINE
EDUCATION
Hilton, Mason Room

51.10
Sat 8:00 am
Room:

Room:

DIVERSE PERSPECTIVES ON
POLITICAL SCIENCE
EDUCATION
Hilton, Union Square 13

81.14
Thu 10:15 am

Room:

Room:

EXPLORING DIVERSITIES
USING CIVIC EDUCATION AND
ENGAGEMENT
Hilton, Union Square 13

Room:

86.12

Room:

EXPLORING DIVERSITIES
USING SIMULATIONS
Hilton, Union Square 13

Room:

DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS

11.16
Room:
17.14

Room:
22.21

Fri 2:30 pm
Room:

Room:

Room:

ACCOUNTABILITY AND
REPRESENTATION
Hilton, Continental Parlor 3

PEDAGOGICAL DIVERSITIES
RECONSIDERED: TEACHING
POLITICS IN THE 21ST
CENTURY
Hilton, Union Square 1 & 2

Room:

AUTHORITARIAN
INSTITUTIONS
Hilton, Continental Parlor 9

39.13
Room:

AUTHORITARIAN STABILITY
Hilton, Franciscan A

45.15

AUTHORITARIAN SUCCESSOR
PARTIES AND DEMOCRACY
Hilton, Franciscan B

POSTER SESSION V: POSTER


SESSION: TEACHING AND
LEARNING IN POLITICAL
SCIENCE
Hilton, Grand Ballroom

STRATEGIES FOR PROMOTION


FROM ASSOCIATE TO FULL
PROFESSOR
Hilton, Franciscan A

Thu 8:00 am

Thu 10:15 am

Thu 2:00 pm

Thu 4:15 pm

Sat 10:15 am

Room:
106.50

Fri 2:00 pm

Room:

COMPARATIVE & MULTILEVEL


CITIZENSHIP 1: MULTILEVEL &
DIFFERENTIATED CITIZENSHIP
Hilton, Continental Parlor 1

Fri 7:30 am

Fri 9:30 am

Sun 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 52: MIGRATION AND


CITIZENSHIP

51.11
Fri 2:00 pm

Room:

COMPARATIVE APPROACHES
TO THE STUDY OF ELECTORAL
AND LEGISLATIVE POLITICS
Hilton, Franciscan C

Fri 11:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 22: LEGISLATIVE STUDIES

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 9: TEACHING AND


LEARNING IN POLITICAL SCIENCE

26.14

ACCOUNTABILITY AND PUBLIC


GOODS PROVISION: NEW
EVIDENCE FROM AFRICA
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 6

26.15

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 9: TEACHING AND


LEARNING IN POLITICAL SCIENCE

56.4

ACCOUNTABILITY AND LOCAL


POLITICS IN BRAZIL
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 4

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 9: TEACHING AND


LEARNING IN POLITICAL SCIENCE

POSTER SESSION V: POSTER


SESSION: POLITICAL SCIENCE
EDUCATION
Hilton, Grand Ballroom

Sat 8:00 am

Sun 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 9: TEACHING AND


LEARNING IN POLITICAL SCIENCE

56.5

TEACHING ABOUT
DIVERSITIES, POWER AND
DIFFERENCE
Hilton, Mason Room

Division Monika Nalepa, University of Chicago


Chair:
Grigore Pop-Eleches, Princeton University

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 9: TEACHING AND


LEARNING IN POLITICAL SCIENCE

60.7

Fri 11:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 9: TEACHING AND


LEARNING IN POLITICAL SCIENCE

Sat 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 9: TEACHING AND


LEARNING IN POLITICAL SCIENCE

106.13

TEACHING ABOUT DIVERSITIES


USING UNIQUE APPROACHES
Hilton, Van Ness Room

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 9: TEACHING AND


LEARNING IN POLITICAL SCIENCE

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 9: TEACHING AND


LEARNING IN POLITICAL SCIENCE

86.11

Fri 9:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 9: TEACHING AND


LEARNING IN POLITICAL SCIENCE

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 9: TEACHING AND


LEARNING IN POLITICAL SCIENCE

17.13

TEACHING CIVIC EDUCATION,


ENGAGEMENT AND INCLUSION
Hilton, Franciscan A

60.8

Thu 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 9: TEACHING AND


LEARNING IN POLITICAL SCIENCE

Room:
17.7
Room:

COMPARING JUDICIAL
INDEPENDENCE: SOCIAL AND
INSTITUTIONAL
EXPLANATIONS
Hilton, Continental Parlor 9
CONFLICT, TAXATION, AND
STATE CAPACITY
Hilton, Golden Gate 7

Fri 2:30 pm

Thu 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

13

Division Panels

DIVISION 10: POLITICAL SCIENCE


EDUCATION

65.7

Room:
22.27

Room:

CONSTITUTION MAKING IN
DEMOCRATIC
CONSTITUTIONAL ORDERS
Hilton, Franciscan A
CORRUPTION AND ANTICORRUPTION CAMPAIGNS IN
POST-COMMUNIST STATES
Parc 55, Mason

Fri 4:30 pm

Room:
Thu 2:00 pm

Room:

CORRUPTION AND ITS


POLITICAL IMPLICATIONS
Hilton, Franciscan A

Thu 2:00 pm

DEMOCRATIC SUPPORT
Hilton, Golden Gate 2

109.32

DETERMINANTS OF NATIONAL
ENVIRONMENTAL
PERFORMANCE: CROSSNATIONAL EVIDENCE
Hilton, Sutter Room

Room:

Room:
91.21

Room:
96.8

Room:
106.14
Room:
109.8

Room:
109.9
Room:
11.17
Room:
22.22
Room:
17.15
Room:

DISENTANGLING THE COIL OF


RADICAL POLITICS IN EUROPE
Hilton, Golden Gate 2
DISTRIBUTIONAL CONFLICTS
AND GOVERNANCE AT THE
SUBNATIONAL LEVEL
Hilton, Continental Parlor 1
DIVERSITIES IN DEMOCRACY:
POLITICAL ACCOUNTABILITY
IN 21ST CENTURY LATIN
AMERICA
Hilton, Continental Parlor 3
DYNAMICS OF PROTEST
MOVEMENTS
Hilton, Franciscan A
ECONOMIC VOTE AND
DEMOCRATIC
ACCOUNTABILITY IN GLOBAL
ECONOMIES
Hilton, Franciscan C
ELITES, INFORMATION, AND
INSTITUTIONS
Hilton, Franciscan B
ETHNIC DIVERSITY AND
GOVERNMENT POLICY
Hilton, Franciscan B
EXPERIMENTS IN
COMPARATIVE POLITICS
Hilton, Continental Parlor 1
FISCAL POLICIES: CAUSES AND
IMPLICATIONS
Hilton, Continental Parlor 9

Room:
45.17

91.17

Sat 8:00 am

Sun 10:15 am

Room:

Room:
106.15

FRAUD, CLIENTELISM AND


COERCION IN ELECTIONS
Hilton, Continental Parlor 1
FRONTIERS OF HISTORICAL
INSTITUTIONALISM
Hilton, Golden Gate 4
INCUMBENTS AND ELECTIONS
IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
Hilton, Golden Gate 4
INEQUALITY AND HISTORICAL
POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT IN
EUROPE
Hilton, Union Square 25

Fri 9:30 am

Fri 11:30 am

Thu 4:15 pm

Fri 9:30 am

Sat 2:00 pm

Room:

INEQUALITY AND ITS


PERCEPTIONS
Hilton, Continental Parlor 3
INEQUALITY, INSTITUTIONS,
AND REGIME TRANSITIONS
Hilton, Continental Parlor 7

Fri 7:30 am

Sun 8:00 am

Sat 10:15 am
51.40

Sat 2:00 pm
Room:

ISRAEL AND PALESTINE:


ALTERNATIVE PERSPECTIVES
ON STATEHOOD
Hilton, Union Square 25

Fri 11:30 am

Co-sponsored by Conference Group on the Middle East


Co-sponsored by DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL
SCIENCE

Sat 4:15 pm

Sun 8:00 am

51.13
Room:

LEGACIES OF REVOLUTION
Hilton, Golden Gate 2

17.12

MEASUREMENT MODELS IN
COMPARATIVE POLITICS
Hilton, Taylor Room

Room:

81.16
Sun 10:15 am
Room:
60.9
Room:
Sun 10:15 am

65.12

Thu 8:00 am
Room:

Thu 10:15 am

MINORITY REPRESENTATION
ACROSS CONTEXTS
Hilton, Imperial A
MINORITY RIGHTS AND
REPRESSION
Hilton, Franciscan D
NEW DIRECTIONS IN
RESEARCH ON STATES,
MARKETS, AND INSTITUTIONS
IN EURASIA
Parc 55, Hearst

Sat 8:00 am

Fri 2:30 pm

Fri 4:30 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 13: THE POLITICS OF


COMMUNIST AND FORMER COMMUNIST
COUNTRIES
Co-sponsored by Russian Politics Group

Thu 2:00 pm
65.8
Thu 10:15 am

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

Fri 11:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 8: POLITICAL


METHODOLOGY

Room:
96.9
Room:

14

FORMAL INSTITUTIONS AND


THE CHANNELING OF
DEMOCRATIC PARTICIPATION
Hilton, Golden Gate 1

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY

39.14

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY


Co-sponsored by DIVISION 39: SCIENCE,
TECHNOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS

86.13

26.16

Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY

81.15
Room:

51.12
Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 13: THE POLITICS OF


COMMUNIST AND FORMER COMMUNIST
COUNTRIES

22.15

45.16

NEW FRONTIERS IN RESOURCE


POLITICS
Hilton, Golden Gate 7
NEW PERSPECTIVES ON
ELECTORAL PARTICIPATION
Hilton, Golden Gate 6

Fri 4:30 pm

Sat 4:15 pm

Room:
106.8
Room:

PATTERNS OF UNEVEN
REPRESENTATION AND
ECONOMIC POLICYMAKING IN
LATIN AMERICA
Hilton, Powell Room
POLITICAL COMPETITION AND
GOVERNMENT SPENDING
Hilton, Union Square 21

Sat 2:00 pm

17.52

Room:

Room:

POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS AND


ECONOMIC GROWTH
Nikko, Carmel I

Fri 7:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY

60.44

Room:

POLITICS IN MOVEMENT:
INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION
AND POLITICAL CHANGE
Hilton, Golden Gate 4

Fri 2:30 pm

45.18

Room:

THE CONSEQUENCES OF
DEMOCRATIC INSTITUTIONS
REVISITED
Hilton, Golden Gate 5

11.19
Room:

THE POLITICS OF CORRUPTION


Hilton, Franciscan A

51.15

THE POLITICS OF PUBLIC


EMPLOYMENT IN DEVELOPING
STATES
Hilton, Union Square 14

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 52: MIGRATION AND


CITIZENSHIP

11.18

Room:
109.36

Room:

POPULATION-BASED SURVEY
EXPERIMENTS IN THE MIDDLE
EAST
Hilton, Taylor Room
COMPARATIVE & MULTILEVEL
CITIZENSHIP 2: EFFECTS &
EVALUATION: PRACTICING
TRANSNATIONAL CITIZENSHIP:
DUAL NATIONALITY AND
COMPARATIVE & MULTILEVEL
CITIZENSHIP 2: EFFECTS &
EVALUATION
Hilton, Continental Parlor 1

Room:

Room:
51.14

Room:

PUBLIC GOODS, CORRUPTION,


AND THE STATE
Hilton, Lombard Room
PUBLIC OPINION IN TIMES OF
CRISIS: THE UKRAINE-RUSSIA
CONFLICT
Nikko, Carmel II

17.38

Room:

Room:

REDUCING POLITICAL
CORRUPTION
Hilton, Continental Parlor 1

39.15
Room:

REGIME TRANSITIONS
Hilton, Golden Gate 8

96.14

SOURCES OF POWER AND


WEAKNESS IN NONDEMOCRATIC POSTCOMMUNIST REGIMES
Parc 55, Hearst

Room:

THE RESOURCE CURSE


Hilton, Taylor Room

65.9

THE RISE OF CITIES: AN


URBAN TURN IN THE STUDY OF
INDIAN POLITICS
Hilton, Union Square 1 & 2

81.18
Room:

Thu 10:15 am

11.38
Room:

Room:

SPATIAL DYNAMICS AND


POLITICAL ORDER IN
COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE
Parc 55, Stockton

Fri 11:30 am

86.14

91.23

Fri 7:30 am
Room:
Sat 4:15 pm

Thu 10:15 am

THE STRATEGIC USE OF ISLAM


BY MIDDLE EASTERN REGIMES
Hilton, Union Square 16
THE WELFARE STATE IN
COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE
Hilton, Golden Gate 6

Fri 2:30 pm

Fri 4:30 pm

Sat 8:00 am

Thu 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY

Fri 11:30 am

Sat 8:00 am

THE PUBLIC POLICY PROCESS


IN COMPARATIVE
PERSPECTIVE
Hilton, Golden Gate 6

60.10
Room:

Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 13: THE POLITICS OF


COMMUNIST AND FORMER COMMUNIST
COUNTRIES

65.27

Thu 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY

Sun 10:15 am

Room:
81.17

Fri 9:30 am

Thu 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 52: MIGRATION AND


CITIZENSHIP

17.16

Thu 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL


SCIENCE
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE
DEMOCRATIZATION
Co-sponsored by Southeast Asian Politics

Sun 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY

39.10

TAKING IT TO THE STREETS:


SOCIAL RESISTANCE & STATE
RESPONSES IN SOUTHEAST
ASIA
Nikko, Carmel II

96.10

Room:

TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE AND


HUMAN RIGHTS
Hilton, Union Square 15
TRANSPARENCY IN
DEMOCRACIES AND
DICTATORSHIPS: CHALLENGES
AND ENDURING QUESTIONS
Hilton, Mason Room
UNDERSTANDING QUASIDEMOCRATIC INSTITUTIONS
UNDER AUTHORITARIAN
REGIMES
Hilton, Golden Gate 4

Sat 10:15 am

Sat 2:00 pm

Sat 4:15 pm

Fri 4:30 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 30: URBAN POLITICS

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

15

Division Panels

91.22

DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS


OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
Division Marcus J. Kurtz, Ohio State University
Chair:
Teresa Wright, California State University, Long Beach

11.20

Room:
17.17

Room:
22.35
Room:
81.10
Room:

ABSENTEE STATES:
UNGOVERNED SPACES AND
THE LIMITS TO STATE
AUTHORITY
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 6
AUTHORITARIANISM,
REPRESSION AND
MOBILIZATION IN THE MIDDLE
EAST
Hilton, Franciscan C
CHINA'S FOREIGN POLICY AND
RELATIONS WITH THE WORLD
Hilton, Continental Parlor 7

Room:
22.23

Room:
60.11
Room:
91.24

Room:
91.55
Room:

Room:
86.16

Room:
91.40
Thu 10:15 am
Room:

Thu 2:00 pm

60.38
Room:

106.17
Room:

CONFLICT AND POSTCONFLICT DYNAMICS


Hilton, Continental Parlor 1
CONTENTION, UNCERTAINTY
AND REFORM AFTER THE
ARAB UPRISINGS
Hilton, Franciscan D
CONTESTED ACCOUNTABILITY
IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
Hilton, Union Square 5 & 6

Sat 8:00 am

CORRUPTION
Hilton, Franciscan D

106.16

CORRUPTION AND THE


POLITICS OF REFORM IN
MIDDLE-INCOME COUNTRIES
Hilton, Franciscan B

51.16
Room:
106.18

Fri 7:30 am

Thu 2:00 pm
Room:
11.31
Room:
17.18
Sat 2:00 pm
Room:
22.25
Sat 2:00 pm
Room:
45.19
Thu 4:15 pm
Room:

Room:
109.10
Room:
22.24

Room:
86.15
Room:

16

DECENTRALIZATION AND
SUBNATIONAL POLITICS
Hilton, Franciscan D
DEVELOPMENT AMIDST
EXTRACTION: SUBVERTING
THE RESOURCE CURSE
Hilton, Imperial A
DOES VOTE BUYING WORK
AND, IF SO, WHEN?
Nikko, Carmel II

ELECTORAL DYNAMICS IN
INDIA: A MULTI-LEVEL AND
LONGITUDINAL PERSPECTIVE
Parc 55, Fillmore

Sat 10:15 am

Sat 2:00 pm

ELECTORAL MANIPULATION
Hilton, Union Square 25

Fri 2:30 pm

Sun 8:00 am

Sun 10:15 am

60.12

Room:
109.11

Thu 2:00 pm
Room:
96.11
Sat 10:15 am

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

ELECTORAL POLITICS IN
AFRICA
Parc 55, Balboa
ETHNIC POLITICS IN THE
DEVELOPING WORLD
Hilton, Mason Room
EVALUATING THE ROLE OF
NEW TECHNOLOGIES ON
DEVELOPMENT IN POOR
COUNTRIES
Hilton, Golden Gate 7
FOREIGN POLICY OF MIDDLE
EAST STATES
Hilton, Union Square 21

Sun 8:00 am

Fri 11:30 am

Sun 8:00 am

Thu 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY

Fri 2:30 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 50: POLITICAL NETWORKS

26.17
Room:

ELECTIONS AND
REPRESENTATION IN THE
DEVELOPING WORLD
Hilton, Continental Parlor 9

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE


DEMOCRATIZATION

CLIENTELISM, DEMOCRACY
AND PUBLIC SPENDING
Hilton, Union Square 15

CONCEPTUALIZATION AND
MEASUREMENT OF DIVERSITY
IN COMPARATIVE POLITICS
Hilton, Franciscan B

Sat 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 28: FEDERALISM AND


INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY

COMPARATIVE DIMENSIONS IN
COLONIAL POLITICS
Hilton, Imperial B

ECONOMIC SHOCKS AND


DISTRIBUTIVE POLITICS
Hilton, Golden Gate 8

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY

Thu 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE


DEMOCRATIZATION
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY

39.16

91.16

Room:

GENDER POLITICS AND HUMAN


RIGHTS IN THE DEVELOPING
WORLD
Nikko, Carmel I
HISTORICAL PROCESSES OF
NATIONAL IDENTITY
FORMATION IN THE
DEVELOPING WORLD
Nikko, Monterey II
INSECURITY: CAUSES AND
CONSEQUENCES
Nikko, Monterey I
INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC
FACTORS AND DOMESTIC
ECONOMY IN THE
DEVELOPING WORLD
Nikko, Ballroom I
NON-STATE ORGANIZATIONS
AND DISTRIBUTIVE POLITICS
IN THE DEVELOPING WORLD
Hilton, Union Square 23
OIL POLITICS AND
DEVELOPMENT
Nikko, Carmel II

Thu 10:15 am

Thu 2:00 pm

Fri 9:30 am

Fri 2:30 pm

Sun 10:15 am

Sat 4:15 pm

Room:

POLITICAL PREFERENCES AND


BEHAVIOR IN THE BRAZILIAN
NATIONAL ELECTIONS
Hilton, Continental Parlor 9

45.21
Room:

POLITICS AND VIOLENCE


Hilton, Union Square 1 & 2

65.10

POLITICS OF SOCIAL
PROVISION
Nikko, Monterey II

Room:
26.18

Room:
41.1

Room:
17.19
Room:
60.13

Room:

POLITICS, SOCIAL POLICIES,


AND SUBNATIONAL DIVERSITY
IN LATIN AMERICA
Hilton, Golden Gate 5
POSTER SESSION III: POSTER
SESSION: COMPARATIVE
POLITICS OF DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES
Hilton, Grand Ballroom
PUBLIC OPINION AND STATESOCIETY RELATIONS IN CHINA
Hilton, Union Square 13
RESOURCE ALLOCATION AND
DISTRIBUTION IN DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES
Hilton, Golden Gate 8

Fri 9:30 am

96.12
Room:
81.30

Fri 9:30 am
Room:

Room:

RESOURCES AND
DISTRIBUTION IN
DEMOCRACIES OF THE
DEVELOPING WORLD
Hilton, Powell Room

Room:
109.13

Room:

SOCIAL POLICY NONDEMOCRACIES, #1:POLITICAL


ECONOMY AUTHORITARIAN
WELFARE STATES
Hilton, Union Square 14
SOCIAL POLICY IN NONDEMOCRACIES: THE CHINESE
WELFARE STATE
Hilton, Mason Room

17.55

Thu 4:15 pm
Room:

STATE BUILDING
Hilton, Golden Gate 4

81.19

STATE CAPACITY: CONCEPT,


MEASUREMENT, AND
APPLICATIONS
Parc 55, Powell I

Room:
81.20

Room:
96.40
Room:

STATE-BUSINESS RELATIONS IN
THE 21ST CENTURY: LESSONS
FROM LATIN AMERICA
Hilton, Sutter Room
STUDYING THE SEQUENCING
OF REGIMES
Hilton, Union Square 17 & 18

THE INTERNATIONAL AND


DOMESTIC SOURCES OF
DEMOCRATIC REFORM IN
TUNISIA & BEYOND
Hilton, Franciscan B

Thu 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE


DEMOCRATIZATION

Fri 8:00 am

86.17
Room:
109.12

Thu 10:15 am

Room:
96.13

Fri 2:30 pm

Room:
11.21

Fri 11:30 am

26.48

Room:

Sun 8:00 am

Sun 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 13: THE POLITICS OF


COMMUNIST AND FORMER COMMUNIST
COUNTRIES

39.17
Room:

Sat 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY

39.18

THE POLITICS OF LAND AND


LABOR
Hilton, Union Square 16
THE POLITICS OF PROPERTY
RIGHTS PROTECTION
Hilton, Taylor Room
THE POLITICS OF TAXING AND
SPENDING
Hilton, Union Square 1 & 2
THE RISE OF COMPETITIVE
ELECTORAL AUTHORITARIAN
REGIMES
Hilton, Van Ness Room

Room:

THEORIZING DIVERGENT
PATHWAYS IN THE
DEVELOPING WORLD
Hilton, Powell Room

22.26
Room:

UNDERSTANDING CLIENTELISM
Parc 55, Mission II

26.19

UNDERSTANDING PUBLIC
GOODS PROVISION
Parc 55, Powell II

Room:
39.19

Fri 7:30 am
Room:
Sat 8:00 am

THE POLITICS OF
DEVELOPMENT
Hilton, Lombard Room

Sat 10:15 am

Sun 10:15 am

Sat 4:15 pm

Thu 8:00 am

Thu 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE


DEMOCRATIZATION

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY

106.19

THE DOMESTIC POLITICS OF


CHINESE FOREIGN POLICY
Hilton, Continental Parlor 3

Sat 4:15 pm

Fri 4:30 pm

Room:
51.8

THE CONSEQUENCES OF
CLIENTELISM
Hilton, Franciscan B

65.11
Room:

URBANIZATION, CLASS AND


POLITICAL PARTICIPATION IN
DEVELOPING DEMOCRACIES
Parc 55, Mission I
VIOLENCE IN CONTENTIOUS
PROCESSES
Parc 55, Lombard

Fri 7:30 am

Thu 2:00 pm

Thu 4:15 pm

Fri 7:30 am

Fri 4:30 pm

Sat 8:00 am

Sat 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE


DEMOCRATIZATION

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

17

Division Panels

45.20

86.18

DIVISION 13: THE POLITICS OF


COMMUNIST AND FORMER
COMMUNIST COUNTRIES
Division Rachel Epstein, University of Denver
Chair:
Rudra Sil, University of Pennsylvania

11.22

Room:

CIVIL SOCIETY, PROTEST AND


MASS MOBILIZATION IN POSTCOMMUNIST SETTINGS
Parc 55, Divisadero

Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE


DEMOCRATIZATION

91.25

Room:

Room:

17.20

Room:

CORRUPTION AND ANTICORRUPTION CAMPAIGNS IN


POST-COMMUNIST STATES
Parc 55, Mason

109.13

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS

Room:

ETHNIC DIVERSITY AND


IDENTITY POLITICS IN POSTCOMMUNIST STATES
Parc 55, Hearst

96.14

Room:

INEQUALITY, WELFARE AND


DISTRIBUTIVE POLITICS IN
POST-COMMUNIST
TRANSITIONS
Parc 55, Hearst

Room:

Room:
65.12

Room:

LEGITIMATION IN
AUTOCRACIES: THE
ENDURANCE OF COMMUNISM
IN A DEMOCRATIZING WORLD
Parc 55, Hearst
NEW DIRECTIONS IN
RESEARCH ON STATES,
MARKETS, AND INSTITUTIONS
IN EURASIA
Parc 55, Hearst

60.14

Fri 9:30 am

Room:

PARTICIPATION IN (POST)AUTHORITARIAN REGIMES:


CHINA, EURASIA, EASTERN
EUROPE
Parc 55, Hearst

Fri 4:30 pm

Room:

POLITICAL STABILITY AND


ECONOMIC GROWTH IN CHINA
Hilton, Union Square 24

Room:
81.21

Room:

18

POSTER SESSION VII: POSTER


SESSION: THE POLITICS OF
COMMUNIST AND FORMER
COMMUNIST COUNTRIES
Hilton, Grand Ballroom
PROPERTY RIGHTS AND
GOVERNANCE IN POSTCOMMUNIST STATES
Parc 55, Hearst

SOURCES OF POWER AND


WEAKNESS IN NONDEMOCRATIC POSTCOMMUNIST REGIMES
Parc 55, Hearst

Sat 4:15 pm

STATE AND ECONOMY IN


CHINA AND THE FORMER
SOVIET UNION
Hilton, Union Square 14

Fri 2:30 pm

Division Yusaku Horiuchi, Dartmouth College


Chair:
Sophie Meunier, Princeton University

Room:

BOOK ROUNDTABLE: "THE


POLITICS OF ADVANCED
CAPITALISM" (2015, CUP)
Hilton, Taylor Room

Sun 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY

96.15
Fri 11:30 am

Room:

COALITION GOVERNMENTS
AND LEGISLATIVE
BARGAINING
Hilton, Union Square 16

Sat 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 22: LEGISLATIVE STUDIES


Co-sponsored by French Politics Group

86.19

Thu 4:15 pm
Room:

DECENTRALIZATION AND
REDISTRIBUTION
Hilton, Union Square 16

Sat 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY

85.1

Room:

106.20

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE


DEMOCRATIZATION

26.11

Sun 10:15 am

DIVISION 14: COMPARATIVE POLITICS


OF ADVANCED INDUSTRIAL
SOCIETIES

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS
Co-sponsored by Russian Politics Group

51.17

SOCIAL POLICY IN NONDEMOCRACIES: THE CHINESE


WELFARE STATE
Hilton, Mason Room

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY

45.22

Sat 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

Thu 10:15 am

Fri 7:30 am

SOCIAL POLICY IN NONDEMOCRACIES: DYNAMICS OF


SOCIAL POLICY DEBATES IN
RUSSIA
Parc 55, Hearst
Co-sponsored by Russian Politics Group

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by Association for the Study of Nationalities

39.20

Sat 10:15 am

Thu 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE


DEMOCRATIZATION

22.27

REVISITING SOCIAL
MOVEMENTS, CIVIL SOCIETY
AND PARTY CHANGE AFTER
COMMUNISM
Hilton, Continental Parlor 3

65.40

Sat 10:15 am

Room:

FIRMS AS ACTORS IN
CONTEMPORARY CAPITALISM:
INNOVATIONS IN CONCEPT AND
METHOD
Hilton, Golden Gate 8

Fri 4:30 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE


METHODS

Sat 8:00 am

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

Room:

PARTY STRATEGIES:
ELECTORAL SYSTEMS AND
LEGISLATIVE ORGANIZATION
Hilton, Union Square 13

Sat 2:00 pm

Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 22: LEGISLATIVE STUDIES

85.2

Room:

POSTER SESSION VII: POSTER


SESSION: COMPARATIVE
POLITICS OF ADVANCED
INDUSTRIAL SOCIETIES
Hilton, Grand Ballroom

60.15

26.20

Sat 10:15 am
Room:
22.28
Room:

65.13

Room:

45.23

Room:

RESPONSES TO THE RISE OF


CHINA IN ADVANCED
INDUSTRIALIZED
DEMOCRACIES
Hilton, Golden Gate 3

Fri 4:30 pm

45.24

Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL


POLITICAL ECONOMY

81.22

STRUCTURAL POWER IN
POLITICAL ECONOMY: STATES,
FIRMS, AND THEORY
Hilton, Golden Gate 8

Room:

Fri 9:30 am
39.21

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL


POLITICAL ECONOMY

51.48

Room:

THE POLITICAL SOURCES OF


SOLIDARITY IN DIVERSE
SOCIETIES
Hilton, Golden Gate 7

Fri 11:30 am
Room:
65.14

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 52: MIGRATION AND


CITIZENSHIP

65.6
Room:

THE POLITICS OF WAGES AND


LABOR REGULATION
Hilton, Union Square 21

Room:
17.21

Room:

THE POLITICS OF WELFARE


STATE RETRENCHMENT
Hilton, Franciscan B

Room:

Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY

91.27

USING WITHIN-COUNTRY
INSTITUTIONAL DIVERSITY
FOR CAUSAL IDENTIFICATION
IN JAPAN
Hilton, Sutter Room

Room:

Thu 10:15 am
85.3

DIVISION 15: EUROPEAN POLITICS


AND SOCIETY
Division Kimberly J. Morgan, George Washington University
Chair:

Room:
21.2
Room:

86.20

Sat 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND


ELECTORAL SYSTEMS
Co-sponsored by Japan Political Studies Group

17.22

96.16

Fri 4:30 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY

86.7

Room:

AFTER THE CRISIS: SOCIAL


POLICYMAKING IN AN ERA OF
AUSTERITY
Hilton, Union Square 5 & 6
BACKLASH AGAINST
DIVERSITY IN EUROPE
Nikko, Monterey I

Room:
106.21
Room:
109.14

Thu 10:15 am
Room:
11.23

Thu 2:00 pm
Room:
21.4

Co-sponsored by Theme Panel

Room:

DIRECT DEMOCRACY IN
MULTILEVEL DIVIDED
SOCIETIES: CURSE OR CURE?
Hilton, Union Square 3 & 4
DIVERSITIES OF INTERESTS IN
EU POLICYMAKING
Hilton, Union Square 17 & 18
ELECTORAL POLITICS AND
THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT
Parc 55, Market Street
LABOR MARKET INSECURITY
AND PARTY POLITICS IN THE
21ST CENTURY
Hilton, Continental Parlor 7
MIGRANTS AND MINORITIES IN
CONTEMPORARY EUROPEAN
POLITICS
Hilton, Union Square 19 & 20
NEVER THE TWAIN SHALL
MEET? PARTY POLITICS IN
WESTERN AND EASTERN
EUROPE
Hilton, Franciscan B
PARTY COMPETITION AND THE
WELFARE STATE
Hilton, Union Square 17 & 18
PARTY STRATEGIES IN
ELECTIONS AND GOVERNMENT
Nikko, Mendocino I
POLITICAL REVERBERATIONS
OF THE FINANCIAL CRISIS I:
DOMESTIC CONSEQUENCES
Hilton, Golden Gate 1
POLITICAL REVERBERATIONS
OF THE FINANCIAL CRISIS II:
CONSEQUENCES FOR THE EU
Hilton, Golden Gate 1
POSTER SESSION VII: POSTER
SESSION: EUROPEAN POLITICS
AND SOCIETY
Hilton, Grand Ballroom
POWER, IDEAS, AND PUBLIC
POLICY
Hilton, Imperial A
SOCIAL CHANGE, DIVERSITY,
AND REDISTRIBUTIVE
POLITICS
Hilton, Golden Gate 3
THE CAUSES AND
CONSEQUENCES OF HEALTH
CARE REFORM
Hilton, Union Square 19 & 20
THE RISE OF THE POPULIST
RIGHT?: ANTI-IMMIGRATION
PARTIES IN WESTERN EUROPE
Hilton, Continental Parlor 2

Fri 2:30 pm

Thu 4:15 pm

Thu 2:00 pm

Fri 9:30 am

Sat 8:00 am

Fri 7:30 am

Fri 4:30 pm

Sat 4:15 pm

Sat 10:15 am

Sat 2:00 pm

Sat 10:15 am

Sun 8:00 am

Sun 10:15 am

Thu 8:00 am

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by Theme Panel

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

19

Division Panels

91.26

51.18

DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL


POLITICAL ECONOMY

Room:

Division Mark S. Manger, University of Toronto


Chair:
Stefanie Walter, University of Zurich

81.23
Room:

A POTPOURRI OF PROBABLY
PUBLISHABLE PAPERS
Parc 55, Mission II

60.16
Sat 8:00 am

Room:
39.24

Room:

AUTHOR MEETS CRITICS: DALE


COPELAND'S "ECONOMIC
INTERDEPENDENCE AND WAR"
Hilton, Golden Gate 3

Fri 7:30 am

Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL


SECURITY

17.23

Room:

CRITICAL AND
CONSTRUCTIVIST
APPROACHES TO IPE
Parc 55, Davidson

65.15

Thu 10:15 am

91.28
Room:
86.21
Room:

84.2

Room:

DYNAMICS AMONG NATIONS:


EVOLUTION OF LEGITIMACY
AND DEVELOPMENT IN
MODERN STATES
Nikko, Ballroom I

Sat 10:15 am

81.24
Room:
22.3

Co-sponsored by Theme Panel

60.21

Room:

ECONOMIC DIPLOMACY: THE


EFFECT OF AID, SANCTIONS,
AND TRADE
Hilton, Golden Gate 2

Fri 2:30 pm
Room:
65.13

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY

81.26
Room:

ECONOMICS AND
INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
Nikko, Mendocino I

Sat 8:00 am
Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL


SECURITY

22.29

Room:
17.59
Room:

ENERGY AND NATURAL


RESOURCE POLITICS IN NORTH
AND SOUTH
Hilton, Van Ness Room
EXPERIMENTAL APPROACHES
TO IPE
Parc 55, Mission I

Room:
39.22

Room:
106.22
Room:
11.24

Room:
45.25
Room:

20

FDI, POLITICAL RISK, AND


INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
Hilton, Union Square 13
FINANCIAL CRISIS DATA AND
POLITICS: MEASUREMENT
PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS
Hilton, Union Square 24
FIRMS AND POLITICS IN EAST
ASIA
Hilton, Union Square 23
FOREIGN AID, NATURAL
RESOURCES, TAXATION, AND
ACCOUNTABILITY
Nikko, Monterey II
INDIVIDUAL PREFERENCES
AND TRADE POLICY
Parc 55, Lombard

MARKET ACCESS AND


POLITICAL INFLUENCE:
EVIDENCE FROM FIRM-LEVEL
DATA
Hilton, Lombard Room
NETWORKS IN THE WORLD
ECONOMY
Hilton, Taylor Room
NEW APPROACHES TO TRADE
POLICY ANALYSIS
Hilton, Golden Gate 6
POLICIES, POLITICS AND
FINANCIAL CRISES
Parc 55, Hearst
POLITICAL ECONOMY IN THE
RISE OF CHINA AND INDIA
Hilton, Franciscan D
POSTER SESSION II: POSTER
SESSION: INTERNATIONAL
POLITICAL ECONOMY
Hilton, Grand Ballroom
RESPONSES TO THE RISE OF
CHINA IN ADVANCED
INDUSTRIALIZED
DEMOCRACIES
Hilton, Golden Gate 3

Fri 11:30 am

Fri 2:30 pm

Fri 4:30 pm

Sat 2:00 pm

Sat 10:15 am

Sat 8:00 am

Thu 2:00 pm

Fri 4:30 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 14: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS OF ADVANCED INDUSTRIAL SOCIETIES

45.23

Thu 2:00 pm
Room:

STRUCTURAL POWER IN
POLITICAL ECONOMY: STATES,
FIRMS, AND THEORY
Hilton, Golden Gate 8

Fri 9:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 14: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS OF ADVANCED INDUSTRIAL SOCIETIES

Thu 10:15 am

106.23

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 51: EXPERIMENTAL


RESEARCH

26.21

INTERNATIONALIZATION OF
THE YUAN
Parc 55, Fillmore

Room:
Thu 4:15 pm

11.25

Fri 7:30 am
Room:
109.15
Room:
Sun 8:00 am

22.30

Thu 8:00 am
Room:
109.16

Fri 9:30 am

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

THE IMF AND WORLD BANK:


LENDING AND
CONDITIONALITY IN
INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
Hilton, Golden Gate 4
THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF
NON-TARIFF BARRIERS TO
TRADE
Hilton, Union Square 25
THE POLITICS OF CREDIT
RATING AGENCIES
Hilton, Union Square 13
THE POLITICS OF FOREIGN AID
IN DONOR AND RECIPIENT
COUNTRIES
Hilton, Golden Gate 8

Room:

TRADE IN INTERNATIONAL
RELATIONS
Hilton, Golden Gate 2

91.29
Room:

WHATS THE I IN IPE?


Parc 55, Divisadero

Sun 8:00 am

Thu 8:00 am

Sun 10:15 am

Thu 2:00 pm

Sun 10:15 am

Sat 2:00 pm

Room:
51.19
Room:

WHEN THE MUSIC'S OVER:


FINANCIAL REGULATION IN
THE POST-CRISIS ERA
Parc 55, Powell I

Fri 4:30 pm

Room:

WORKERS AND PRODUCERS IN


THE GLOBAL ECONOMY
Hilton, Golden Gate 1

Fri 11:30 am

96.17

Division Songying Fang, Rice University


Chair:
Christina J. Schneider, University of California, San Diego

Room:
11.26
Room:
17.24

Room:
22.31

Room:
39.23

Room:
26.22

Room:
45.26
Room:
51.20

Room:
60.17
Room:
81.25
Room:

AUTHOR MEETS CRITICS: "A


THEORY OF CONTESTATION"
BY ANTJE WIENER
Parc 55, Fillmore
AUTONOMY OF
INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
Hilton, Golden Gate 5
BEYOND RATIFICATION: THE
MANY WAYS THAT THE
INTERNATIONAL LEGAL
SYSTEM MATTERS
Hilton, Imperial A
DELEGATION AND
COOPERATION IN
INTERNATIONAL
ORGANIZATIONS
Hilton, Union Square 13
ENFORCEMENT AND
COMPLIANCE IN
INTERNATIONAL
COOPERATION
Hilton, Union Square 17 & 18
INTERNATIONAL
ENVIRONMENTAL
COOPERATION: ACTORS,
FRAMES, AND STRATEGIES
Nikko, Monterey II
INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
AND DOMESTIC IPE POLICIES
Parc 55, Mission I
INTERNATIONAL
LEGALIZATION AND
CONSTITUTIONALIZATION
Nikko, Mendocino II
ISSUES OF COMPLIANCE IN
INTERNATIONAL POLITICS
Hilton, Golden Gate 1
NGOS IN INTERNATIONAL
COOPERATION
Hilton, Franciscan C

91.30
Room:

DIVISION 17: INTERNATIONAL


COLLABORATION

106.24

17.25

Room:

Room:
86.22
Room:

NEW MODES OF GLOBAL


GOVERNANCE
Hilton, Continental Parlor 7
POLITICS OF INTERNATIONAL
COOPERATION
Hilton, Continental Parlor 7

Thu 10:15 am

THE DESIGN OF
INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS
Hilton, Union Square 23

Sat 2:00 pm

THE PERFORMANCE OF
INTERNATIONAL
ORGANIZATIONS
Hilton, Sutter Room

Sat 4:15 pm

DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL


SECURITY

Sun 8:00 am

Division Sarah E. Kreps


Chair:
Todd S. Sechser, University of Virginia

Thu 8:00 am

11.27
Room:

ALLIANCE POLITICS
Hilton, Franciscan D

Thu 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 50: POLITICAL NETWORKS

Thu 10:15 am

109.5

Room:

ANYTHING BUT ORDINARY:


UNCONVENTIONAL POLITICAL
PARTICIPATION AND VIOLENCE
Hilton, Union Square 21

Sun 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 5: POLITICAL


PSYCHOLOGY

Thu 2:00 pm

17.30

Room:

AUTHOR MEETS CRITICS:


BARTHOLOMEW SPARROWS
"THE STRATEGIST"
Hilton, Franciscan D

Thu 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY

Fri 7:30 am

39.24

Room:

AUTHOR MEETS CRITICS: DALE


COPELAND'S "ECONOMIC
INTERDEPENDENCE AND WAR"
Hilton, Golden Gate 3

Fri 7:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL


POLITICAL ECONOMY

Thu 4:15 pm
22.32
Room:

BARGAINING, CRISES, AND


WAR
Hilton, Golden Gate 1

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES

81.29
Fri 9:30 am

Room:

26.23
Fri 2:30 pm
Room:
26.24
Sat 8:00 am

Sat 8:00 am

CIRCULATORY AND CONTROL


POWER IN WORLD POLITICS
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin I
CIVILIAN CASUALTIES AND
SUPPORT FOR THE USE OF
FORCE
Hilton, Franciscan C

Thu 4:15 pm

Thu 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION

Fri 4:30 pm
26.27
Room:
Sat 10:15 am

CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES


OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS
PROLIFERATION
Hilton, Union Square 21

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 19: INTERNATIONAL


SECURITY AND ARMS CONTROL
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES

Fri 11:30 am

Room:
65.17

POSTER SESSION I: POSTER


SESSION: INTERNATIONAL
COLLABORATION
Hilton, Grand Ballroom

COALITIONS AT WAR
Hilton, Golden Gate 7

Thu 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

21

Division Panels

65.16

45.27
Room:

COERCION IN INTERNATIONAL
RELATIONS
Hilton, Powell Room

Fri 9:30 am

Room:
51.21
Room:

CONFLICT AND COOPERATION:


DOMESTIC AND
INTERNATIONAL
PERSPECTIVES
Hilton, Golden Gate 4
CREDIBILITY, REPUTATION,
AND RESOLVE
Nikko, Mendocino I

106.25

Fri 4:30 pm
Room:
109.17

Fri 11:30 am

Room:
39.25

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES

Room:
22.36

Room:

39.28
Room:

DEADLY THREATS/CHANGING
THE WORLD: TERRORISM &
HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE
GLOBAL ARENA
Hilton, Golden Gate 5

Thu 2:00 pm

Room:
81.26
Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 19: INTERNATIONAL


SECURITY AND ARMS CONTROL
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES

17.31

DOMESTIC POLITICS AND


INTERNATIONAL CONFLICT
Hilton, Van Ness Room

17.26

DYNAMICS OF MILITANT
ORGANIZATIONS
Parc 55, Divisadero
ECONOMICS AND
INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
Nikko, Mendocino I

Room:

EMOTION, PSYCHOLOGY, AND


CONFLICT
Hilton, Golden Gate 3

Room:

EMPIRICAL ANALYSES OF
FOREIGN POLICY CRISIS
BEHAVIOR
Hilton, Powell Room

Sat 8:00 am

Room:

ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS,
RISK, AND NATURAL
DISASTERS
Hilton, Union Square 19 & 20

Room:
65.20

Room:

INSURGENCIES IN
COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE:
AFRICAN AND CROSSREGIONAL EVIDENCE
Hilton, Golden Gate 2
INTERNATIONAL POLITICS AND
THE DOMESTIC POLITICAL
BARGAIN
Hilton, Golden Gate 2

LEARNING IN INTERNATIONAL
SECURITY
Hilton, Franciscan D
NEW WAYS OF WAR: DRONES,
ROBOTS, AND UNMANNED
WEAPONS
Hilton, Continental Parlor 9
NUCLEAR POLITICS AND
PROLIFERATION
Hilton, Continental Parlor 7
NUCLEAR PROLIFERATION:
DIVERSE ACTORS AND
STRATEGIES RECONSIDERED
Hilton, Continental Parlor 3
NUCLEAR STABILITY AND
DETERRENCE
Hilton, Continental Parlor 7
POSTER SESSION I: POSTER
SESSION: INTERNATIONAL
SECURITY
Hilton, Grand Ballroom

Room:

POWER SHIFTS IN WAR AND


PEACE: NEW THEORETICAL
AND EMPIRICAL INSIGHTS
Hilton, Mason Room

22.33
Room:

PUBLIC OPINION AND WAR


Hilton, Imperial B

96.19
Room:

Sun 8:00 am

Sun 10:15 am

Fri 7:30 am

Thu 4:15 pm

Thu 10:15 am

Thu 10:15 am

Fri 7:30 am

Thu 2:00 pm

RECONSIDERING RATIONALIST
APPROACHES TO WAR
Hilton, Union Square 1 & 2

Sat 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES

51.22
Room:

RETHINKING THE U.S. GRAND


STRATEGY DEBATE
Hilton, Continental Parlor 9

Fri 11:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY

Sat 10:15 am
45.28
Room:
60.19

Thu 10:15 am
Room:
81.27
Room:
11.28
Sat 2:00 pm
Room:
107.6
Fri 4:30 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES

22

39.26

Sat 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 39: SCIENCE,


TECHNOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS

91.31

Sat 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES

17.50

Room:

Fri 2:30 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 5: POLITICAL


PSYCHOLOGY

86.24

Room:

Fri 7:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL


POLITICAL ECONOMY

86.23

26.25

Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 19: INTERNATIONAL


SECURITY AND ARMS CONTROL
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY

60.18

INTERVENTION POLITICS
Hilton, Powell Room

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY

65.18

96.18
Room:

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

Room:

STRATEGIES AND DYNAMICS


OF SUBNATIONAL CONFLICT
Hilton, Golden Gate 3
THE CHINA PUZZLE IN
INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
Nikko, Monterey II
THE DYNAMICS OF RISE AND
DECLINE
Hilton, Van Ness Room
U.S. DOMESTIC POLITICS AND
THE USE OF FORCE
Hilton, Golden Gate 1
U.S.-RUSSIAN RELATIONS: IS
THERE A WAY OUT OF THE
DEAD-END?
Hilton, Imperial B
Co-sponsored by Russian Politics Group

Fri 9:30 am

Fri 2:30 pm

Sat 8:00 am

Thu 8:00 am

Sun 8:00 am

Room:

WOMEN AND CHILDREN AND


VIOLENT EXTREMISM:
VICTIMS TO VICTIMIZERS?
Hilton, Continental Parlor 2

Fri 4:30 pm

Co-sponsored by Theme Panel

Room:

DIVISION 19: INTERNATIONAL


SECURITY AND ARMS CONTROL
Division David H. Sacko, U.S. Air Force Academy
Chair:

11.29

Room:
45.29

Room:
81.29

Room:

A DISINTEGRATING WEST AND


THE FUTURE OF THE
INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM?
Parc 55, Balboa
ASSESSING AND IMPROVING
THE QUALITY OF
INTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS
Parc 55, Powell I
CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES
OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS
PROLIFERATION
Hilton, Union Square 21

Room:
22.36

Room:

CHINA'S ECONOMIC
STATECRAFT AND SECURITY
Parc 55, Powell I
DEADLY THREATS/CHANGING
THE WORLD: TERRORISM &
HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE
GLOBAL ARENA
Hilton, Golden Gate 5

106.26
Thu 8:00 am
Room:
96.21
Fri 9:30 am
Room:
109.18
Sat 8:00 am
Room:

Fri 7:30 am

Room:
81.28

Room:
39.28
Room:

DIVERSE APPROACHES TO
NUCLEAR PROLIFERATION
Parc 55, Mission II
DIVERSITIES RECONSIDERED:
ARMS CONTROL IN THE 21ST
CENTURY
Nikko, Monterey I
DOMESTIC POLITICS AND
INTERNATIONAL CONFLICT
Hilton, Van Ness Room

22.34
Room:
60.20

Room:

DRONES IN THEORY AND


PRACTICE
Parc 55, Fillmore
INTERNATIONAL POLITICS AND
"UNMAKING THE BOMB: A
FISSILE MATERIAL APPROACH
Parc 55, Powell II

Thu 10:15 am

ROUNDTABLE ON NUNO P.
MONTEIROS THEORY OF
UNIPOLAR POLITICS
Parc 55, Powell II
THE CONTINUING BALANCE OF
POWER
Parc 55, Powell I

Sat 4:15 pm

Sun 8:00 am

THE FUTURE OF U.S. GRAND


STRATEGY: NEW
VULNERABILITIES, NEW
TOOLS, NEW THREATS?
Parc 55, Divisadero
U.S.-CHINA NUCLEAR
RELATIONS AND THE FUTURE
OF EAST ASIAN SECURITY
Parc 55, Powell I

Sat 4:15 pm

Sun 10:15 am

DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY

45.30

11.30

Room:
17.30

Room:

ADVANCES IN FOREIGN POLICY


ROLE THEORY
Nikko, Carmel II
ASSESSING UNCERTAINTY IN
FOREIGN POLICY DECISION
MAKING
Hilton, Franciscan C
AUTHOR MEETS CRITICS:
BARTHOLOMEW SPARROWS
"THE STRATEGIST"
Hilton, Franciscan D

Fri 9:30 am

Thu 8:00 am

Thu 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL


SECURITY

Thu 10:15 am
81.29
Sat 8:00 am
Room:

CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES


OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS
PROLIFERATION
Hilton, Union Square 21

Sat 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL


SECURITY
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 19: INTERNATIONAL
SECURITY AND ARMS CONTROL
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES

Fri 7:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL


SECURITY
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY

POSTER SESSION I: POSTER


SESSION: INTERNATIONAL
SECURITY AND ARMS
CONTROL
Hilton, Grand Ballroom

Division Brian Lai, University of Iowa


Chair:

Room:
Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL


SECURITY
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES

17.32

96.20

Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL


SECURITY
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES

39.27

17.27

22.35
Room:

CHINA'S FOREIGN POLICY AND


RELATIONS WITH THE WORLD
Hilton, Continental Parlor 7

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

Thu 2:00 pm
45.27
Fri 2:30 pm
Room:

COERCION IN INTERNATIONAL
RELATIONS
Hilton, Powell Room

Fri 9:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL


SECURITY

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

23

Division Panels

63.3

22.36

Room:

26.26
Room:
96.22

Room:
39.28
Room:

DEADLY THREATS/CHANGING
THE WORLD: TERRORISM &
HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE
GLOBAL ARENA
Hilton, Golden Gate 5

Thu 2:00 pm

Room:

POLITICS OF FOREIGN AID


Nikko, Monterey I

17.28

POSTER SESSION I: POSTER


SESSION: FOREIGN POLICY
Hilton, Grand Ballroom

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL


SECURITY
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 19: INTERNATIONAL
SECURITY AND ARMS CONTROL
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES

Room:

DOMESTIC INSTITUTIONS AND


FOREIGN POLICY
Hilton, Union Square 22

Room:

DOMESTIC POLITICS AND


AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY:
SAILING THE WATER'S EDGE
Nikko, Mendocino II
DOMESTIC POLITICS AND
INTERNATIONAL CONFLICT
Hilton, Van Ness Room

ECONOMIC DIPLOMACY: THE


EFFECT OF AID, SANCTIONS,
AND TRADE
Hilton, Golden Gate 2

91.36

51.22
Sat 4:15 pm
Room:

Room:
106.27

Room:
109.19
Room:

ELITE FOREIGN POLICY


DECISION MAKING
Hilton, Golden Gate 4
EXAMINING COUNTERTERRORISM AND INSURGENCY
POLICIES
Hilton, Union Square 19 & 20
EXAMINING PUBLIC OPINION
ON FOREIGN POLICY
Hilton, Union Square 25

81.30
Fri 7:30 am
Room:

Room:

FOREIGN POLICY OF MIDDLE


EAST STATES
Hilton, Union Square 21

65.19

Fri 2:30 pm
Room:

Room:

GRAND STRATEGY OF GLOBAL


AND REGIONAL POWERS
Nikko, Monterey II

96.18
Room:

INTERVENTION POLITICS
Hilton, Powell Room

Fri 11:30 am

Room:

ISRAEL AND PALESTINE:


ALTERNATIVE PERSPECTIVES
ON STATEHOOD
Hilton, Union Square 25

THE DOMESTIC POLITICS OF


CHINESE FOREIGN POLICY
Hilton, Continental Parlor 3

Sat 8:00 am

THE EFFECT OF INCLUSION


AND EXCLUSION ON FOREIGN
POLICY ATTITUDES
Hilton, Golden Gate 1

Fri 4:30 pm

DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES

11.32

Room:
22.32
Sun 10:15 am
Room:

Thu 8:00 am

45.31

Room:
17.34
Room:
81.29

Sat 4:15 pm

Room:

BARGAINING, CRISES, AND


WAR
Hilton, Golden Gate 1

Thu 8:00 am

Thu 2:00 pm

BEYOND THE STATE: THE


MICRO-DYNAMICS OF AID AND
CONFLICT
Hilton, Golden Gate 6
BORDERS, GEOGRAPHY, AND
CONFLICT IN SPACE
Hilton, Union Square 14
CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES
OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS
PROLIFERATION
Hilton, Union Square 21

Fri 9:30 am

Thu 10:15 am

Sat 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL


SECURITY
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 19: INTERNATIONAL
SECURITY AND ARMS CONTROL
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY

Fri 11:30 am

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

ACCOUNTING FOR CRIMINAL


CIVIL WARS: NEW CONFLICTS
FOR A MULTI-POLAR WORLD?
Hilton, Mason Room

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL


SECURITY

Fri 7:30 am

Co-sponsored by Conference Group on the Middle East


Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE
POLITICS
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL
SCIENCE

24

Fri 11:30 am

Division Kathleen Gallagher Cunningham, University of Maryland,


Chair:
College Park
Scott Wolford, University of Texas

Sun 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL


SECURITY

51.40

RETHINKING THE U.S. GRAND


STRATEGY DEBATE
Hilton, Continental Parlor 9

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 5: POLITICAL


PSYCHOLOGY

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

39.29

Sat 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION

11.31

Thu 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL


SECURITY

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL


POLITICAL ECONOMY

51.23

PRESIDENTIAL FOREIGN
POLICY LEADERSHIP: LEGAL
AND RHETORICAL RESOURCES
Hilton, Lombard Room

Thu 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 23: PRESIDENTS AND


EXECUTIVE POLITICS

Thu 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL


SECURITY
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 19: INTERNATIONAL
SECURITY AND ARMS CONTROL

60.21

17.33
Room:

51.24

Room:

CIVIL-MILITARY RELATIONS AS
A CAUSE AND RESULT OF
CONFLICT
Hilton, Franciscan D

Fri 11:30 am

Room:

CIVILIAN MOBILIZATION AND


(NON)VIOLENCE IN CIVIL WAR
Nikko, Mendocino I

26.27
Room:

COALITIONS AT WAR
Hilton, Golden Gate 7

Thu 2:00 pm

106.28

Room:

Room:

CREDIBILITY, REPUTATION,
AND RESOLVE
Nikko, Mendocino I

109.20

Fri 11:30 am
Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL


SECURITY

22.36

Room:

45.32

Room:
81.31

Room:

DEADLY THREATS/CHANGING
THE WORLD: TERRORISM &
HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE
GLOBAL ARENA
Hilton, Golden Gate 5

39.31
Room:

Thu 2:00 pm

65.21
Room:
11.33

Room:

Room:

39.38
Room:

Room:
60.22

Room:
51.25
Room:
65.20

Room:

Room:
17.35
Room:

REBEL GROUP DYNAMICS


Nikko, Mendocino I

91.33

REBEL STRATEGIES AND


COUNTER-STRATEGIES IN
CIVIL WAR
Hilton, Golden Gate 4

Fri 9:30 am

Sat 8:00 am

DOMESTIC AUDIENCES AND


INTERNATIONAL CONFLICT
Hilton, Union Square 22

Sat 10:15 am

EMPIRICAL ANALYSES OF
FOREIGN POLICY CRISIS
BEHAVIOR
Hilton, Powell Room

96.19

11.34

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL


SECURITY

Room:

GENDER AND CONFLICT


Hilton, Union Square 13

86.45

Fri 7:30 am

GENOCIDE, POLITICIDE, AND


GOVERNMENT MASS KILLING
Hilton, Golden Gate 7
INDIVIDUAL-LEVEL ATTITUDES
AND BEHAVIOR IN
CONTENTIOUS ENVIRONMENTS
Hilton, Sutter Room
INSIDE THE BLACK BOX OF
WAR
Hilton, Golden Gate 5
INTERNATIONAL POLITICS AND
THE DOMESTIC POLITICAL
BARGAIN
Hilton, Golden Gate 2

Fri 7:30 am

Room:

Fri 7:30 am

Fri 4:30 pm

Thu 8:00 am

Thu 10:15 am

Thu 10:15 am

Sat 2:00 pm

Sat 4:15 pm

REFUGEE AND CONFLICT


DYNAMICS
Hilton, Continental Parlor 7

Thu 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 50: POLITICAL NETWORKS

Room:

SOCIAL NETWORK
APPROACHES TO VIOLENCE
AND COERCION
Nikko, Carmel I

Sat 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 50: POLITICAL NETWORKS

86.26
Fri 2:30 pm
Room:
91.34
Fri 11:30 am
Room:
96.23
Fri 4:30 pm
Room:
43.2
Room:

LEADERSHIP CHANGE AND


FOREIGN POLICY
Hilton, Continental Parlor 3

RECONSIDERING RATIONALIST
APPROACHES TO WAR
Hilton, Union Square 1 & 2

Sun 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL


SECURITY

Sat 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL


SECURITY

91.32

POPULAR CULTURE AND


CONTENTIOUS POLITICS
Nikko, Ballroom III

DIVERSITY AND THE


INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
OF CIVIL WAR
Hilton, Imperial A

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS

39.30

OPPOSITION COHESION AND


STRUCTURE
Hilton, Mason Room

POSTER SESSION I: POSTER


SESSION: CONFLICT
PROCESSES
Hilton, Grand Ballroom

17.29

Room:
86.24

NEW EXPLANATIONS FOR THE


ONSET OF WAR
Hilton, Franciscan D

Room:

Room:
86.25

NETWORKED INTERNATIONAL
POLITICS: INTERDEPENDENCE
AND INTERNATIONAL
CONFLICT
Hilton, Continental Parlor 3

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL


SECURITY
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 19: INTERNATIONAL
SECURITY AND ARMS CONTROL
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY

DIVERSITY OF CONFLICT:
LEGAL VERSUS MILITARIZED
DISPUTES
Hilton, Golden Gate 3

Sun 8:00 am

Thu 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL


SECURITY

51.21

LEADERSHIP SURVIVAL,
POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS AND
CONFLICT
Hilton, Franciscan C

Sat 2:00 pm

SOCIALIZATION AND
VIOLENCE
Hilton, Union Square 19 & 20
STRATEGIC STATE REPRESSION
BETWEEN CONFLICT AND
POLITICAL ORDER
Hilton, Golden Gate 3
UNITED NATIONS
PEACEKEEPING DURING AND
AFTER CIVIL VIOLENCE
Hilton, Golden Gate 7
WOMEN IN CONFLICT
PROCESSES
Hilton, Continental Parlor 2

Sat 10:15 am

Sat 2:00 pm

Sat 4:15 pm

Fri 9:30 am

Co-sponsored by Theme Panel

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

25

Division Panels

22.37

DIVISION 22: LEGISLATIVE STUDIES


Division Royce A. Carroll, Rice University
Chair:
Michele L. Swers, Georgetown University

96.15

Room:

COALITION GOVERNMENTS
AND LEGISLATIVE
BARGAINING
Hilton, Union Square 16

Room:
Sat 4:15 pm

Room:
51.11

Room:

COMMITTEES IN CONGRESS:
SOURCES OF POWER AND
INFLUENCE
Hilton, Golden Gate 4
COMPARATIVE APPROACHES
TO THE STUDY OF ELECTORAL
AND LEGISLATIVE POLITICS
Hilton, Franciscan C

91.26

Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 14: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS OF ADVANCED INDUSTRIAL SOCIETIES
Co-sponsored by French Politics Group

11.35

86.27

Room:

22.38
Room:
109.21

Room:
91.35

Room:

CONGRESS AND THE


PRESIDENCY: COOPERATION
AND CONFRONTATION
Hilton, Continental Parlor 3

96.24

Thu 8:00 am
Room:
81.33
Fri 11:30 am
Room:
47.1

Room:
Thu 10:15 am

Room:

CONGRESSIONAL ELECTIONS
AND COMPETITIVENESS
Hilton, Golden Gate 6

26.36

CULTIVATING THE
CONSTITUENCY: LEGISLATORCONSTITUENT RELATIONS
Hilton, Golden Gate 4
DESCRIPTIVE
REPRESENTATION AND THE
POLICY IMPACT OF WOMEN IN
LEGISLATURES
Nikko, Mendocino I

Room:
106.29
Room:
51.26
Room:
39.32
Room:
60.23
Room:
65.22
Room:

26

DETERMINANTS OF ROLL-CALL
VOTING IN CONGRESS
Hilton, Lombard Room
DIVERSITY WITHIN PARTIES:
CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES
Hilton, Union Square 5 & 6
EXECUTIVE-LEGISLATIVE
RELATIONS IN LATIN AMERICA
Hilton, Continental Parlor 3
INDIVIDUALS IN PARTISAN
CONTEXTS
Hilton, Golden Gate 2
INTEREST GROUPS, LOBBYISTS,
AND POLICYMAKING
Hilton, Franciscan A
LOYALTY, UNITY AND
PARLIAMENTARY BEHAVIOR
Hilton, Continental Parlor 3

Sat 2:00 pm

POLARIZATION AND ITS


IMPACT ON INSTITUTIONS AND
POLICYMAKING
Hilton, Continental Parlor 1
POLITICS OF THE HOUSE AND
SENATE FLOOR
Hilton, Continental Parlor 9
POSTER SESSION IV: POSTER
SESSION: LEGISLATIVE
STUDIES
Hilton, Grand Ballroom
PRESIDENTIAL INFLUENCE
AND CONGRESSIONAL
POLITICS
Hilton, Imperial A

Sat 4:15 pm

Sat 8:00 am

Fri 10:15 am

Sat 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 23: PRESIDENTS AND


EXECUTIVE POLITICS

Sun 10:15 am
Room:

RECONSIDERING THE IMPACT


OF GENDER DIVERSITY IN
POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS
Hilton, Mason Room

Thu 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS

26.28
Sat 2:00 pm

Room:

THEORIES OF LEGISLATIVE
COMMITTEES REVISITED
Parc 55, Hearst

Thu 4:15 pm

DIVISION 23: PRESIDENTS AND


EXECUTIVE POLITICS

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS

81.32

86.28

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 23: PRESIDENTS AND


EXECUTIVE POLITICS

Thu 2:00 pm

PARTY STRATEGIES:
ELECTORAL SYSTEMS AND
LEGISLATIVE ORGANIZATION
Hilton, Union Square 13

Sat 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 14: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS OF ADVANCED INDUSTRIAL SOCIETIES

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS

17.36

PARTY LEADERSHIP AND


PARTISAN COMMUNICATION
Hilton, Continental Parlor 1

Sat 8:00 am

Sun 8:00 am

Division Lara Michelle Brown, The George Washington University


Chair:

90.1

Room:

AFTER OBAMA: LEGACIES OF


AMERICA'S FIRST MINORITY
PRESIDENT
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5

Sat 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND


POLITICS
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 52: MIGRATION AND
CITIZENSHIP
Co-sponsored by Theme Panel

Fri 11:30 am
17.36
Fri 7:30 am
Room:

CONGRESS AND THE


PRESIDENCY: COOPERATION
AND CONFRONTATION
Hilton, Continental Parlor 3

Thu 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 22: LEGISLATIVE STUDIES

Fri 2:30 pm

26.29

Fri 4:30 pm

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

Room:

DIVERSITIES IN PRESIDENTIAL
RHETORIC, MEDIA FRAMES,
AND PUBLIC REACTIONS
Hilton, Powell Room
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 38: POLITICAL
COMMUNICATION

Thu 4:15 pm

Room:
45.37
Room:

EXECUTIVE POWERS AND


PRESIDENTIAL PREROGATIVES:
UNDERSTANDING UNILATERAL
ACTIONS
Hilton, Union Square 17 & 18
GENDER AND EXECUTIVE
LEADERSHIP
Hilton, Union Square 14

Fri 9:30 am

96.26
Room:
65.23

Fri 9:30 am
Room:

Room:

INSIDE THE WHITE HOUSE:


PRESIDENTIAL APPOINTEES
AND POLITICAL DECISIONS
Hilton, Franciscan B

Fri 4:30 pm

39.33
Room:
39.34

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 24: PUBLIC


ADMINISTRATION

Room:
47.2

Room:

POSTER SESSION IV: POSTER


SESSION: PRESIDENTS AND
EXECUTIVE POLITICS
Hilton, Grand Ballroom

Fri 10:15 am

81.35

Room:
96.25

Room:
91.36

Room:

PRESIDENTIAL
COMMUNICATION IN A
POLARIZED AGE
Hilton, Franciscan D
PRESIDENTIAL FOREIGN
POLICY LEADERSHIP: LEGAL
AND RHETORICAL RESOURCES
Hilton, Lombard Room

Sat 4:15 pm

Room:

PRESIDENTIAL INFLUENCE
AND CONGRESSIONAL
POLITICS
Hilton, Imperial A

11.36
Sat 2:00 pm

Room:

Room:
81.34

Room:
106.30
Room:

PRESIDENTIAL LEADERSHIP,
APPROVAL AND ASSESSMENTS
Hilton, Union Square 3 & 4
PRESIDENTS IN CONTEXT:
POLITICAL TIME AND
POLARIZATION
Hilton, Powell Room
THE OBAMA PRESIDENCY AND
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
Hilton, Van Ness Room

Room:

Room:

Room:

CONTRACTING FOR PUBLIC


GOODS AND SERVICES
Hilton, Union Square 1 & 2

Sat 8:00 am
Room:

Room:

GOVERNANCE AND SERVICE


PROVISION
Hilton, Union Square 15

POSTER SESSION VI: POSTER


SESSION: PUBLIC
ADMINISTRATION
Hilton, Grand Ballroom
PUBLIC MANAGEMENT AND K12 EDUCATION
Hilton, Continental Parlor 7
THE CASE OF EDUCATION IN
PUBLIC MANAGEMENT
RESEARCH
Parc 55, Powell I
UNDERSTANDING PUBLIC
SECTOR PERFORMANCE
Parc 55, Hearst

Fri 7:30 am

Sat 8:00 am

Fri 11:30 am

Thu 8:00 am

Thu 2:00 pm

BEYOND THE 'END OF


FEDERAL URBAN POLICY'
IMPASSE
Parc 55, Sutro

Thu 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 30: URBAN POLITICS

11.37
Sun 8:00 am
Room:

BUREAUCRATIC
POLICYMAKING
Hilton, Union Square 5 & 6

Thu 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 24: PUBLIC


ADMINISTRATION

17.37
Room:
22.40

Thu 8:00 am
Room:
109.32

Sun 8:00 am

Room:
91.37

POLITICS OF GOVERNANCE
AND POLICY IMPLEMENTATION
Hilton, Union Square 5 & 6

Fri 7:30 am

Division Craig Volden, University of Virginia


Chair:

11.41

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY

106.31

MANAGING HUMAN CAPITAL


IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR
Hilton, Union Square 15

Sun 10:15 am

Division Vicky Wilkins, American University


Chair:

BUREAUCRATIC
POLICYMAKING
Hilton, Union Square 5 & 6

Fri 4:30 pm

DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY

DIVISION 24: PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

11.37

22.39

Sat 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 22: LEGISLATIVE STUDIES

109.22

51.27
Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY

86.28

INSIDE THE WHITE HOUSE:


PRESIDENTIAL APPOINTEES
AND POLITICAL DECISIONS
Hilton, Franciscan B

Sat 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 23: PRESIDENTS AND


EXECUTIVE POLITICS

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS

65.23

HUMAN RESOURCES IN THE


PUBLIC SECTOR
Hilton, Union Square 24

Sat 2:00 pm

COMPARATIVE CRIME AND


PUNISHMENT POLICY
Hilton, Continental Parlor 1
COMPARATIVE PUBLIC POLICY
IN A MULTI-LEVEL CONTEXT
Hilton, Golden Gate 2
DETERMINANTS OF NATIONAL
ENVIRONMENTAL
PERFORMANCE: CROSSNATIONAL EVIDENCE
Hilton, Sutter Room

Thu 10:15 am

Thu 2:00 pm

Sun 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 39: SCIENCE,
TECHNOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

27

Division Panels

45.33

26.30
Room:
45.34

Room:

DIVERSITIES OF ADVOCACY IN
THE POLICYMAKING PROCESS
Nikko, Carmel I
ENVIRONMENTAL
POLICYMAKING IN
COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE
Nikko, Mendocino II

Thu 4:15 pm

109.23
Room:

Fri 9:30 am

17.38

Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 39: SCIENCE,


TECHNOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS

45.35

Room:
39.35

Room:
51.39
Room:

EXPLORING THE
THEORETICAL NEXUS
BETWEEN PUBLIC POLICY AND
PUBLIC MANAGEMENT
Parc 55, Fillmore
INFORMATION AND
MISINFORMATION IN
POLICYMAKING
Nikko, Mendocino II
NON-STATE ACTORS IN
ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS
Hilton, Union Square 19 & 20

Fri 9:30 am

11.38
Room:

Fri 7:30 am

91.48
Room:

81.44

POLICYMAKING IN AMERICAN
FEDERALISM
Parc 55, Balboa

Fri 11:30 am
45.44
Sat 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 28: FEDERALISM AND


INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS

Room:

POLITICAL NETWORKS IN
PUBLIC POLICY
Parc 55, Lombard

11.39

Thu 10:15 am

Room:
Fri 2:30 pm

22.41

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY

81.36
Room:
65.24
Room:

POSTER SESSION VI: POSTER


SESSION: PUBLIC POLICY
Hilton, Grand Ballroom
RACE, INEQUALITY, AND
PUBLIC POLICY
Parc 55, Fillmore

Sat 8:00 am
Room:
22.42
Fri 4:30 pm
Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND


POLITICS

91.38
Room:
86.29

Room:

STAGES OF THE PUBLIC


POLICY PROCESS
Hilton, Union Square 21
THE DEVELOPMENT AND
EVOLUTION OF AMERICAN
BUREAUCRACY
Hilton, Golden Gate 8

26.31

Sat 2:00 pm

Sat 10:15 am

Room:

THE POLITICAL SCIENCE OF


PUBLIC POLICY
Hilton, Union Square 21

106.32
Room:

THE POLITICS OF EDUCATION


Hilton, Continental Parlor 2

28

CREAM PUFF WAR: COURTS


AND INTERBRANCH RELATIONS
Hilton, Golden Gate 7
DATA AND METHODS IN THE
COMPARATIVE STUDY OF
COURTS
Hilton, Union Square 13

Sat 8:00 am

Fri 9:30 am

DON'T LET IT BRING YOU


DOWN: THE CONSEQUENCES
OF JUDICIALIZATION
Hilton, Golden Gate 7
EVERYDAY PEOPLE ARE
PEOPLE: DIVERSITY IN THE
LEGAL PROFESSION AND ON
THE BENCH
Hilton, Union Square 14
I FOUGHT THE LAW: THE
INFLUENCE OF LAW IN
JUDICIAL DECISION MAKING
Hilton, Union Square 25

Thu 8:00 am

Thu 2:00 pm

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 27: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW


AND JURISPRUDENCE

Room:

LONDON CALLING OR THE


FINAL COUNTDOWN? JUDICIAL
BEHAVIOR ON EUROPEAN
COURTS
Hilton, Golden Gate 1

Thu 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by European Consortium for Political


Research

39.36

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 7: POLITICS AND HISTORY

96.27

Sat 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE


METHODS

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 50: POLITICAL NETWORKS

Room:

WATER AND MARINE POLITICS


Hilton, Union Square 22

Division J. Mitchell Pickerill, Northern Illinois University


Chair:

Room:

POLITICS OF THE BUDGET


PROCESS
Parc 55, Mason

Thu 8:00 am

DIVISION 26: LAW AND COURTS

Fri 11:30 am

POLICY DIFFUSION
Hilton, Union Square 13

60.24

THE WELFARE STATE IN


COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE
Hilton, Golden Gate 6

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 39: SCIENCE,


TECHNOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS

51.28
Room:

Room:

Thu 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS

81.45

17.58

THE PUBLIC POLICY PROCESS


IN COMPARATIVE
PERSPECTIVE
Hilton, Golden Gate 6

Sun 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 39: SCIENCE,


TECHNOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS

Room:

THE POLITICS OF EDUCATION


POLICY
Hilton, Continental Parlor 2

Sat 4:15 pm
Room:

MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE:
JUDICIAL POLITICS IN STATE
SUPREME COURTS
Hilton, Union Square 14

Fri 7:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 29: STATE POLITICS AND


POLICY

Sun 8:00 am

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

Room:
81.37

Room:
51.29

Room:

NEVER BEEN ANY REASON:


MEASURING IDEOLOGY ON
THE U.S. SUPREME COURT
Hilton, Continental Parlor 1
POSTER SESSION VI: POSTER
SESSION: ANOTHER BRICK IN
THE WALL
Hilton, Grand Ballroom
PRIVATE IDAHO:
FRAGMENTATION AND
RETRENCHMENT IN PRIVATE
ENFORCEMENT REGIMES
Hilton, Taylor Room

Fri 9:30 am

Room:

Room:

RUNNIN' ON EMPTY:
SELECTING STATE JUDGES
Hilton, Union Square 15

Room:
91.39

Room:
86.30

Room:
106.33
Room:
96.28
Room:
109.24

Room:

SUB-NATIONAL AND CROSSREGIONAL APPROACHES TO


COMPARATIVE PUBLIC LAW
Hilton, Taylor Room
TAKIN' IT TO THE STREETS:
LEGAL MOBILIZATION IN THE
UNITED STATES AND ABROAD
Hilton, Sutter Room
TALK TALK: EMPIRICAL AND
METHODOLOGICAL INSIGHTS
FROM INTERVIEWING JUDGES
Hilton, Golden Gate 5
TELL ME WHY: COURTS AND
LEGITIMACY
Hilton, Sutter Room
WE JUST DISAGREE:THE
DYNAMICS OF DISSENTS
Hilton, Union Square 14
WHAT GOES UP MUST COME
DOWN: COURTS, FEDERALISM
AND THE STATES
Hilton, Union Square 15

81.38

Room:
51.29

Fri 2:30 pm

Room:

Room:
51.31

Room:

51.30

Room:
26.32
Room:

CONSTITUTIONAL
CONSTRUCTION OF RIGHTS,
NEW AND OLD
Hilton, Sutter Room
FOUNDATIONS, REGIME
STRUCTURE, AND STRUGGLE
Nikko, Mendocino I

PRIVATE IDAHO:
FRAGMENTATION AND
RETRENCHMENT IN PRIVATE
ENFORCEMENT REGIMES
Hilton, Taylor Room

Fri 11:30 am

RACE, CAPITALISM, AND LAW


IN AMERICAN POLITICAL
DEVELOPMENT
Hilton, Union Square 25
THE PROSPECTS FOR
CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGE
AND REFORM IN THE U.S.
Hilton, Franciscan A

Fri 7:30 am

Fri 11:30 am

DIVISION 28: FEDERALISM AND


INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS

Sat 2:00 pm

Division Jenna Bednar, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor


Chair:

Sat 10:15 am

106.34
Room:

AUTHORITY MIGRATION IN
FEDERAL SYSTEMS
Parc 55, Mason

Sun 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by Center for the Study of Federalism

Sun 8:00 am

26.33

Sat 4:15 pm

Room:
11.40

Sun 10:15 am
Room:
91.40

Division Julie L. Novkov, SUNY, Albany


Chair:

Room:

Sat 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 26: LAW AND COURTS

39.37

Sat 8:00 am

DIVISION 27: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW


AND JURISPRUDENCE

COMPARATIVE
CONSTITUTIONALISM
Hilton, Continental Parlor 9

POSTER SESSION VI: POSTER


SESSION: CONSTITUTIONAL
LAW AND JURISPRUDENCE
Hilton, Grand Ballroom

Fri 11:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 28: FEDERALISM AND


INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS

22.43

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 26: LAW AND COURTS

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 29: STATE POLITICS AND


POLICY

81.46

I FOUGHT THE LAW: THE


INFLUENCE OF LAW IN
JUDICIAL DECISION MAKING
Hilton, Union Square 25

Sat 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 27: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW


AND JURISPRUDENCE

60.25

22.42

Room:

DECENTRALIZATION,
RECENTRALIZATION,
PARTICIPATION AND
INEQUALITY
Parc 55, Stockton
ELECTORAL DYNAMICS IN
INDIA: A MULTI-LEVEL AND
LONGITUDINAL PERSPECTIVE
Parc 55, Fillmore

Thu 4:15 pm

Thu 8:00 am

Sat 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

65.25
Thu 2:00 pm

DECENTRALIZATION AS A
TOOL FOR POLITICAL
CONTROL
Parc 55, Stockton

Room:

FEDERALISM, POLICY, AND


PARTISANSHIP
Parc 55, Divisadero

Fri 4:30 pm

Co-sponsored by Publius: The Journal of Federalism

86.31
Fri 11:30 am
Room:

FISCAL POLITICS IN FEDERAL


SYSTEMS
Hilton, Franciscan A

Sat 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY

109.25
Thu 4:15 pm
Room:

INTERGOVERNMENTAL
INTERACTION IN FEDERAL
SYSTEMS
Hilton, Union Square 19 & 20

Sun 10:15 am

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

29

Division Panels

45.36

81.44
Room:

POLICYMAKING IN AMERICAN
FEDERALISM
Parc 55, Balboa

Sat 8:00 am

Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY

17.8

Room:

POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY,
INSTITUTIONS, AND PUBLIC
GOODS
Hilton, Union Square 15

Room:
89.8

Room:

POSTER SESSION IV: POSTER


SESSION: FEDERALISM AND
INTERGOVERNMENTAL
RELATIONS
Hilton, Grand Ballroom
REFLECTIONS ON THE IMPACT
OF MARTHA DERTHICK ON
POLITICAL SCIENCE
Hilton, Continental Parlor 3

Room:

Room:

THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION


AND AMERICAN FEDERALISM
Nikko, Ballroom I

Room:
60.25
Room:

Room:

WHAT GOES UP MUST COME


DOWN: COURTS, FEDERALISM
AND THE STATES
Hilton, Union Square 15

26.12

Room:
91.41
Room:

109.26
Room:

ELECTORAL RULES AND


VOTING BEHAVIOR
Hilton, Van Ness Room

65.26
Room:

GOVERNOR BEHAVIOR
Hilton, Union Square 16

60.26

HEALTH AND EDUCATION


POLICY EFFECTS IN THE
STATES
Hilton, Union Square 16

Room:
22.44
Room:
39.36

Room:

IMMIGRATION POLICY AND


THE IMMIGRANT EXPERIENCE
Parc 55, Sutro
MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE:
JUDICIAL POLITICS IN STATE
SUPREME COURTS
Hilton, Union Square 14

21.1

Room:

Fri 11:30 am
21.3

Sun 10:15 am
Room:

Fri 4:30 pm

11.41

Fri 2:30 pm
Room:

THE RIGHT TURN AGAINST


WORKERS IN THE AMERICAN
STATES
Hilton, Taylor Room

Thu 4:15 pm

THE ROLE OF GEOGRAPHY IN


THE AMERICAN STATES
Parc 55, Mason

Sat 2:00 pm

30 YEARS AFTER PROTEST IS


NOT ENOUGH: NEITHER
PROTEST NOR ELECTIONS ARE
ENOUGH
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5

Thu 2:00 pm

BEYOND (AND BACK TO)


FERGUSON: RACE AND
POWER(LESSNESS) IN
AMERICAN CITIES
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 4

Thu 2:00 pm

BEYOND THE 'END OF


FEDERAL URBAN POLICY'
IMPASSE
Parc 55, Sutro

Thu 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY

17.39
Thu 2:00 pm
Room:
Fri 7:30 am

Thu 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS

30

Fri 2:30 pm

Co-sponsored by Theme Panel

26.35

Room:
NEW ABORTION POLITICS
Hilton, Golden Gate 3

RUNNIN' ON EMPTY:
SELECTING STATE JUDGES
Hilton, Union Square 15

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND


POLITICS
Co-sponsored by Theme Panel

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 26: LAW AND COURTS

11.42
Room:

Fri 10:15 am

Division Paul G. Lewis, Arizona State University


Chair:
Alison E. Post, University of California, Berkeley

Division Seth C. McKee, Texas Tech University


Chair:

Room:

POSTER SESSION IV: POSTER


POLITICS: STATE POLITICS
AND POLICY
Hilton, Grand Ballroom

Sat 10:15 am

DIVISION 30: URBAN POLITICS

Sun 10:15 am

DIVISION 29: STATE POLITICS AND


POLICY

DETERMINANTS OF
LEGISLATIVE PRODUCTIVITY
IN THE AMERICAN STATES
Hilton, Union Square 16

POLICY IMPLEMENTATION AND


CONSTITUTIONAL REFORMS IN
THE AMERICAN STATES
Parc 55, Mason

Thu 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 7: POLITICS AND HISTORY

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 26: LAW AND COURTS

51.32

PARTISAN POLARIZATION IN
THE AMERICAN STATES
Parc 55, Sutro

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 26: LAW AND COURTS

Sat 12:30 pm

Co-sponsored by Publius: The Journal of Federalism

109.24

47.8

Fri 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by APSA Panels and All Meetings and


Receptions

23.5

86.32

Thu 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY

47.6

26.34

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

BUILDING AND TESTING


THEORIES OF URBAN
POLICYMAKING AND
GOVERNANCE
Parc 55, Stockton
COMPARATIVE URBAN POLICY:
LAND USE, ECONOMIC
DEVELOPMENT, AND CITY
SERVICES
Parc 55, Powell I

Thu 10:15 am

Thu 4:15 pm

Room:

DIVERSITIES / DIVERSE CITIES


-- AND THEIR POLITICS
Parc 55, Mission II

Sun 8:00 am

Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND


POLITICS

86.9
Room:

IDEAS, INSTITUTIONS, AND


CITIES
Hilton, Union Square 17 & 18

Room:

LOCAL CIVIC ENGAGEMENT IN


CONTEXT: NEIGHBORHOODS
AND PARTICIPATORY
INSTITUTIONS
Parc 55, Stockton

96.29

Room:

Room:
65.27

Room:

POSTER SESSION VII: POSTER


SESSION: URBAN POLITICS
Hilton, Grand Ballroom
SPATIAL DYNAMICS AND
POLITICAL ORDER IN
COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE
Parc 55, Stockton

Room:

THE POLITICS OF URBAN


TRANSFORMATION IN AFRICA
Parc 55, Balboa

81.47
Room:

Sat 10:15 am

Room:

THE URBAN ELECTORAL


CONNECTION: GOVERNANCE,
SERVICES, & FINANCES
Nikko, Monterey II

Room:

Room:
91.35

Room:

39.38
Room:
45.37

Sat 10:15 am
Room:

Room:

DESCRIPTIVE
REPRESENTATION AND THE
POLICY IMPACT OF WOMEN IN
LEGISLATURES
Nikko, Mendocino I

60.28

Thu 8:00 am
Room:
90.3

Sun 10:15 am
Room:

DIVERSE FAMILIES
Hilton, Golden Gate 5

GENDER AND CAMPAIGN


DYNAMICS
Hilton, Continental Parlor 7

Sat 2:00 pm

GENDER AND CONFLICT


Hilton, Union Square 13

Fri 7:30 am

GENDER AND EXECUTIVE


LEADERSHIP
Hilton, Union Square 14

Fri 9:30 am

GENDER, EMPOWERMENT, AND


POLITICAL ECONOMY
Hilton, Union Square 17 & 18
GENDER, PERSONAL TIES, AND
POLITICS: NEW PERSPECTIVES
ON INFORMAL INSTITUTIONS
Hilton, Mason Room
GLOBAL DIVERSITIES OF
RESPONSES TO GENDER-BASED
VIOLENCE
Hilton, Continental Parlor 2

Fri 11:30 am

Fri 2:30 pm

Sat 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by Theme Panel

35.4

Sun 8:00 am

Room:
Sat 2:00 pm
39.4

Room:
Sat 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL


THEORY

HONORING WOMEN OF COLOR


RECEPTION: WOMEN & POL.
SECTION, WOMENS CAUCUS &
COMM.
Hilton, Franciscan D

Thu 7:30 pm

Co-sponsored by APSA Panels and All Meetings and


Receptions
Co-sponsored by Women's Caucus for Political Science

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 22: LEGISLATIVE STUDIES

81.6
Room:

Sat 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 23: PRESIDENTS AND


EXECUTIVE POLITICS

DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS

CONSERVATISM & FEMINISM, A


'DANGEROUS LIAISON?
CONTEMPORARY THOUGHT &
PRACTICE
Hilton, Continental Parlor 9

GENDER QUOTAS II:


SUBSTANTIVE
REPRESENTATION
Nikko, Ballroom III

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES

51.33

COMBATING GENDER-BASED
VIOLENCE
Hilton, Franciscan A

Sat 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 5: POLITICAL


PSYCHOLOGY

Sat 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 45: HUMAN RIGHTS

106.36

Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND


ELECTORAL SYSTEMS

BODY POLITICS
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin I

GENDER QUOTAS I: ADOPTION


AND IMPLEMENTATION
Nikko, Ballroom III

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND


ELECTORAL SYSTEMS

91.42

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY

109.27

86.34

Room:

Division Celeste M. Montoya, University of Colorado, Boulder


Chair:
Beth Reingold, Emory University

11.5
Room:

Sat 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND


ELECTORAL SYSTEMS

Fri 4:30 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 53: THE AFRICAN


POLITICS CONFERENCE GROUP

86.33

FRONTIERS IN THE
QUANTITATIVE STUDY OF
WOMEN IN POLITICS
Hilton, Van Ness Room

Fri 2:30 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS

86.47

Fri 2:30 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 8: POLITICAL


METHODOLOGY

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION

85.6

DIVERSITY OF WOMEN'S
INTERESTS
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin I
Co-sponsored by Theme Panel

Sat 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 7: POLITICS AND HISTORY

60.27

58.1

INTERSECTIONAL
PERSPECTIVES ON THE BODY:
DISABILITY, RACE AND
GENDER
Parc 55, Davidson

Fri 7:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

31

Division Panels

106.35

17.40
Room:

INTERSECTIONALITY AND
DIVERSE MARGINALITIES
Hilton, Golden Gate 8

Thu 10:15 am

21.1

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND


POLITICS

Room:
11.42
Room:

56.6

Room:
65.28

Room:
26.36

Room:

NEW ABORTION POLITICS


Hilton, Golden Gate 3

90.1

POSTER SESSION V: POSTER


SESSION: WOMEN AND
POLITICS
Hilton, Grand Ballroom

Room:

RECONSIDERING THE IMPACT


OF GENDER DIVERSITY IN
POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS
Hilton, Mason Room

Fri 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 22: LEGISLATIVE STUDIES

91.13
Room:

THE GOOD REPRESENTATIVE


2.0
Hilton, Franciscan C

Sat 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL


THEORY

74.12

Room:

26.39
Room:

WOMEN IN THE PROFESSION


RECEPTION: WOMEN &
POLITICS, WOMENS CAUCUS &
COMMITTEE
Nikko, Ballroom II

Room:

Room:

Room:

BEYOND BLACK AND WHITE:


THE NEW MULTIRACIAL
AMERICA
Hilton, Golden Gate 3

109.28
Room:

CAMPAIGNS
Hilton, Powell Room

106.35

DIVERSITIES / DIVERSE CITIES


-- AND THEIR POLITICS
Parc 55, Mission II

Room:

Room:

WOMEN'S REPRESENTATION
Hilton, Lombard Room

Room:

"BRIDGES AND CUL DE SACS:


NAVIGATING MIGRATION
STUDIES ACROSS THE
SUBFIELDS"
Hilton, Union Square 19 & 20

20TH ANNIVERSARY PLENARY:


EVALUATING THE REP
SECTIONS IMPACT ON
POLITICAL SCIENCE
Hilton, Continental Parlor 1

Thu 4:15 pm

Sun 10:15 am

Sun 8:00 am

DIVERSITY AND THE POLITICS


OF IMMIGRANT SELECTION
Parc 55, Mason

Sat 8:00 am

ETHNIC POLITICS ACROSS


REGIMES
Hilton, Union Square 21

Fri 9:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE


DEMOCRATIZATION

15.1

Thu 2:00 pm
Room:

FIFTY YEARS AFTER THE VRA:


THE FUTURE OF VOTING AND
REPRESENTATION IN THE US
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5

Thu 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 52: MIGRATION AND


CITIZENSHIP
Co-sponsored by Theme Panel

106.37
Room:

IMMIGRATION
Hilton, Union Square 22

17.40

INTERSECTIONALITY AND
DIVERSE MARGINALITIES
Hilton, Golden Gate 8

Fri 4:30 pm
Room:

Sun 8:00 am

Thu 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS

86.35
Room:

LATINO POLITICS
Hilton, Union Square 21

96.31

NEW RESEARCH ON ASIAN AND


ASIAN AMERICANS
Hilton, Union Square 23

Fri 4:30 pm
Room:
51.34

Co-sponsored by APSA Panels and All Meetings and


Receptions

Room:

32

Sat 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 52: MIGRATION AND


CITIZENSHIP

45.43

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 52: MIGRATION AND


CITIZENSHIP

64.1

96.30

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 30: URBAN POLITICS

Division Jason P. Casellas, University of Houston


Chair:
Paru Shah, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

Room:

ALIENATION AND CITIZENSHIP


Hilton, Union Square 22

81.64

DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND


POLITICS

65.42

22.46
Room:

Co-sponsored by APSA Panels and All Meetings and


Receptions
Co-sponsored by Women's Caucus for Political Science

WOMEN, GENDER, SEXUALITY


AND SOCIAL MOVEMENTS
Hilton, Union Square 17 & 18

Sat 2:00 pm

Fri 7:30 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND


ELECTORAL SYSTEMS

22.45

AFTER OBAMA: LEGACIES OF


AMERICA'S FIRST MINORITY
PRESIDENT
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 23: PRESIDENTS AND


EXECUTIVE POLITICS
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 52: MIGRATION AND
CITIZENSHIP
Co-sponsored by Theme Panel

Fri 4:30 pm

Thu 4:15 pm

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 30: URBAN POLITICS


Co-sponsored by Theme Panel

Thu 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 29: STATE POLITICS AND


POLICY

RECONSIDERING GENDER,
DIVERSITY, AND ACCESS TO
PUBLIC OFFICE
Hilton, Union Square 22

30 YEARS AFTER PROTEST IS


NOT ENOUGH: NEITHER
PROTEST NOR ELECTIONS ARE
ENOUGH
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

PARTISANSHIP AND
CITIZENSHIP AMONG RACIAL
AND ETHNIC MINORITY
VOTERS
Hilton, Franciscan B

Sat 10:15 am

Sat 4:15 pm

Fri 11:30 am

Room:
91.8

POLITICAL PROTEST AND


SOCIALIZATION IN RACIAL/
ETHNIC MINORITY
COMMUNIITIES
Hilton, Union Square 17 & 18

Room:

POSTER SESSION VIII: POSTER


SESSION: RACE, ETHNICITY,
AND POLITICS
Hilton, Grand Ballroom

60.29
Room:

RACE AND PUBLIC OPINION


Hilton, Franciscan B

17.10

RACE AND THE AMERICAN


STATE
Hilton, Union Square 24

Room:

DIVISION 33: RELIGION AND POLITICS

Sat 8:00 am

Division Carolyn M. Warner, Arizona State University


Chair:

17.42
Sat 2:00 pm

Room:
39.40

Fri 2:30 pm
Room:
Thu 10:15 am

11.44

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 7: POLITICS AND HISTORY

Room:
45.38
Room:

RACE AND THE MEDIA: NEW


DIRECTIONS IN RESEARCH
Hilton, Continental Parlor 3

39.39
Room:

RACE, CLASS AND INEQUALITY


Hilton, Franciscan C

26.37

RACE, ETHNICITY AND


POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY
Hilton, Sutter Room

Room:
65.24
Room:

RACE, INEQUALITY, AND


PUBLIC POLICY
Parc 55, Fillmore

Fri 9:30 am

Fri 7:30 am

56.7

Room:
17.43

Room:

Thu 2:00 pm

RELIGION AND PUBLIC GOODS


Hilton, Union Square 23

51.35

RELIGION AND REGIMES IN


DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
Hilton, Lombard Room

60.30
Room:

103.2

Room:

RECEPTION FOR REP, LATINO


CAUCUS, LATINO COMMITTEE,
AND ASIAN PACIFIC
COMMITTEE
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 6

Sat 7:30 pm

17.41
Room:
11.43
Room:
104.1

Room:

THE CONSEQUENCES OF RACE


IN LOCAL POLITICS
Hilton, Union Square 1 & 2
THE INTERSECTIONS OF RACE
AND GENDER POLITICS
Hilton, Imperial B
THE POLITICS OF RACE AND
CLASS INEQUALITIES IN THE
AMERICAS
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5

81.49

Room:

UNDERSTANDING ATTITUDES
OF AND TOWARD GROUPS
Parc 55, Mission I

Room:
91.43

Thu 10:15 am

Thu 8:00 am

Room:
96.32

Sun 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 52: MIGRATION AND


CITIZENSHIP
Co-sponsored by Theme Panel

11.50

65.29
Room:

Co-sponsored by APSA Panels and All Meetings and


Receptions
Co-sponsored by Latino Caucus in Political Science

Thu 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION

POSTER SESSION V: POSTER


SESSION: RELIGION &
POLITICS
Hilton, Grand Ballroom

26.38
Room:

Room:
RACIAL POLITICS AND PUBLIC
POLICY
Hilton, Union Square 19 & 20

INTERACTIONS BETWEEN AND


INFLUENCES OF RELIGIOUS
AND ELECTORAL POLITICS
Hilton, Van Ness Room

Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY

22.47

BEYOND FREEDOM AND


VIOLENCE: RELIGION,
POLITICS, AND INTERPRETIVE
METHODS
Hilton, Lombard Room

RELIGION AND
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
Hilton, Union Square 23

Thu 4:15 pm

Fri 4:30 pm

ASSESSING THE ROLE OF


RELIGION IN CONFLICT
Hilton, Union Square 21

Room:

RELIGION IN PUBLIC SPACE


AND IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR
Hilton, Golden Gate 5
RELIGION, LAW AND
DEMOCRACY
Hilton, Union Square 23
THE LIMITS OF RELIGIOUS
POLITICS
Hilton, Union Square 23
THE ORIGINS AND
IMPLICATIONS OF STATE
REGULATION OF RELIGION IN
MUSLIM SOCIETIES
Hilton, Union Square 17 & 18
THE POLITICS OF RELIGIOUS
DIVERSITY
Hilton, Union Square 19 & 20

Thu 10:15 am

Fri 7:30 am

Thu 8:00 am

Fri 2:00 pm

Thu 10:15 am

Thu 4:15 pm

Fri 11:30 am

Fri 2:30 pm

Fri 4:30 pm

Sat 8:00 am

Sat 2:00 pm

Sat 4:15 pm

DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND


ELECTORAL SYSTEMS
Division Emily Beaulieu, University of Kentucky
Chair:

106.38

Room:

AUTHOR MEETS CRITICS:


BRUCE CAIN'S DEMOCRACY
MORE OR LESS
Parc 55, Mission I

109.29
Room:

CANDIDATE CHARACTERISTICS
Parc 55, Mission I

Sun 8:00 am

Sun 10:15 am

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

33

Division Panels

81.48

81.50

Room:
91.44
Room:

CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES


OF PERSONAL
REPRESENTATION VOTING
RULES
Hilton, Union Square 14
COMPETITION, MOBILIZATION,
AND PARTICIPATION
Hilton, Union Square 3 & 4

Sat 8:00 am

Room:

Room:

CONSTRUCTING
REPRESENTATIVE
DEMOCRACY: THEORY,
HISTORY, AND PRACTICE
Hilton, Golden Gate 2

Sat 2:00 pm

17.21

Room:

Room:

CRITICAL EVOLUTIONS IN
ELECTION OBSERVATION
Hilton, Continental Parlor 1

26.39
Room:

Room:
65.30
Room:
81.47
Room:

DIVERSITY AND
REPRESENTATION
CHALLENGES
Parc 55, Davidson
ELECTORAL SYSTEMS AND
POLICY POSITIONS
Nikko, Mendocino II
GENDER QUOTAS I: ADOPTION
AND IMPLEMENTATION
Nikko, Ballroom III

Room:

GENDER QUOTAS II:


SUBSTANTIVE
REPRESENTATION
Nikko, Ballroom III

11.45

Room:
17.45

Sat 8:00 am
Room:
39.42
Sat 10:15 am

60.31
Room:
26.40

Room:

IDEOLOGICAL CONGRUENCE
AND POLICY RESPONSIVENESS
Hilton, Powell Room
MONEY IN ELECTIONS: A
FRANCO-AMERICAN
COMPARISON OF POLITICAL
FINANCE LAWS
Hilton, Franciscan B

Room:
22.48

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS

Room:
26.40

Fri 2:30 pm

Thu 4:15 pm

Room:

60.32

Room:

Room:

POLITICAL ECONOMY OF
REPRESENTATION
Hilton, Union Square 22

Thu 10:15 am

65.31
Room:

39.41
Room:

POLITICAL POLARIZATION IN
COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE
Parc 55, Powell II

Fri 7:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 35: POLITICAL


ORGANIZATIONS AND PARTIES

47.3

Room:

34

POSTER SESSION IV: POSTER


SESSION: REPRESENTATION
AND ELECTORAL SYSTEMS
Hilton, Grand Ballroom

Thu 4:15 pm

CONCEPTUALIZING PARTIES:
PARTIES AS POLICY
DEMANDERS AND THE
ALTERNATIVES
Hilton, Union Square 16
CRISIS OF DEMOCRACY?
PARTY POLITICS AND
REPRESENTATION IN TIMES OF
AUSTERITY
Hilton, Union Square 16
ELECTIONS AND LEGISLATIVE
VOTING IN THE UNITED STATES
Hilton, Union Square 21
EXPLAINING PARTY AND
GOVERNMENT SUPPORT
Hilton, Union Square 15
MONEY IN ELECTIONS: A
FRANCO-AMERICAN
COMPARISON OF POLITICAL
FINANCE LAWS
Hilton, Franciscan B

Thu 8:00 am

Thu 10:15 am

Fri 7:30 am

Thu 2:00 pm

Thu 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND


ELECTORAL SYSTEMS

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 35: POLITICAL


ORGANIZATIONS AND PARTIES

17.44

WOMEN'S REPRESENTATION
Hilton, Lombard Room

Division James Adams, University of California, Davis


Chair:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS

86.34

Thu 10:15 am

DIVISION 35: POLITICAL


ORGANIZATIONS AND PARTIES

Sat 4:15 pm

Fri 4:30 pm

USING WITHIN-COUNTRY
INSTITUTIONAL DIVERSITY
FOR CAUSAL IDENTIFICATION
IN JAPAN
Hilton, Sutter Room

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS

Thu 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE


DEMOCRATIZATION

96.33

Sat 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 14: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS OF ADVANCED INDUSTRIAL SOCIETIES
Co-sponsored by Japan Political Studies Group

Thu 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY

11.54

THE URBAN ELECTORAL


CONNECTION: GOVERNANCE,
SERVICES, & FINANCES
Nikko, Monterey II

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 30: URBAN POLITICS

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND


VOTING BEHAVIOR

26.3

86.33

51.36
Room:
91.45

Fri 10:15 am

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

Room:

PARTIES AND IDEOLOGIES IN


AMERICAN POLITICAL
DEVELOPMENT
Hilton, Imperial B
PARTIES' ISSUE POSITION AND
EMPHASIS STRATEGIES
Hilton, Lombard Room
PARTY POLICY POSITIONING
AND CAMPAIGN STRATEGIES
Hilton, Golden Gate 6
PARTY POSITIONS AND THEIR
PROGRAMMATIC AND
REPRESENTATIONAL
ORIENTATIONS
Hilton, Taylor Room

Fri 2:30 pm

Fri 4:30 pm

Fri 11:30 am

Sat 2:00 pm

Room:
106.46

Room:

PARTY SYSTEM POLARIZATION


IN COMPARATIVE
PERSPECTIVE
Hilton, Union Square 24
POLITICAL PARTIES AND THE
CHALLENGES OF DEMOCRATIC
CONSOLIDATION
Hilton, Union Square 3 & 4

Sat 8:00 am

Room:

Room:

POLITICAL POLARIZATION IN
COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE
Parc 55, Powell II

22.49
Room:

Room:

POSTER SESSION IV: POSTER


SESSION: POLITICAL
ORGANIZATION AND PARTIES
Hilton, Grand Ballroom

91.44

Fri 7:30 am
Room:

60.34
Room:

Room:
106.39

Room:
109.30
Room:
17.48
Room:

REPRESENTATION THROUGH
POLITICAL PARTIES
Hilton, Union Square 3 & 4
THE CAUSES AND
CONSEQUENCES OF PARTY
NOMINATION RULES
Nikko, Carmel I
THE DYNAMICS OF PARTY
POSITIONING
Hilton, Golden Gate 5
THE POLARIZATION OF PUBLIC
OPINION
Parc 55, Market Street

26.41

Sat 10:15 am

Sun 8:00 am

Room:

THE ORIGINS AND EFFECTS OF


PRIMARY ELECTIONS
Parc 55, Embarcadero

39.44

Room:
45.39

Sun 10:15 am

Room:
81.63

Thu 10:15 am

Room:

60.33

Thu 8:00 am
Room:

DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND VOTING


BEHAVIOR

65.32
Room:

Division Gabriel S. Lenz, University of California, Berkeley


Chair:

106.41

11.47

Room:

Room:
106.7

Room:

ADVANCING SALIENCY
THEORY: PARTIES' SALIENCE
STRATEGIES IN MULTI-ISSUE
ELECTIONS
Hilton, Powell Room
AT FACE VALUE: APPEARANCE
EFFECTS AND CANDIDATE
EVALUATIONS
Hilton, Golden Gate 8

Thu 8:00 am

Room:

AUTHORS MEET CRITICS:


"AMERICAN IDENTITY AND
THE POLITICS OF
MULTICULTURALISM"
Hilton, Union Square 16

Sat 2:00 pm

CUEING OPINIONS
Hilton, Golden Gate 7

Fri 2:30 pm

ELECTIONS ADMINISTRATION:
EFFICACY AND INTEGRITY
Parc 55, Divisadero
ELECTIONS AND VOTING IN
COMPARATIVE AND
HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
Parc 55, Fillmore
ELECTORAL RULES, VOTING,
AND TURNOUT: NEW
PATHWAYS FOR RESEARCH
Parc 55, Divisadero
EXPERIMENTS ON
CAMPAIGNS & ELECTIONS
Parc 55, Powell II

Thu 4:15 pm

Fri 7:30 am

Fri 9:30 am

Sat 8:00 am

HOLDING INCUMBENTS
ACCOUNTABLE FOR THE
ECONOMY?
Parc 55, Mission I
KNOWLEDGE, INFORMATION,
AND POLITICAL ATTITUDES
Parc 55, Powell II
METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES IN
PUBLIC OPINION RESEARCH
Nikko, Monterey II

Fri 2:30 pm

Fri 4:30 pm

Sun 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION

81.52

Sun 8:00 am
Room:
65.33

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 5: POLITICAL


PSYCHOLOGY

39.43

COMPETITION, MOBILIZATION,
AND PARTICIPATION
Hilton, Union Square 3 & 4

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 51: EXPERIMENTAL


RESEARCH

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION

11.46

CANDIDATE POSITIONING,
REPOSITIONING, PROMISING
Parc 55, Divisadero

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION

Fri 10:15 am

Room:
86.36

Thu 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND


ELECTORAL SYSTEMS

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND


ELECTORAL SYSTEMS

47.4

CAMPAIGNS, ISSUE SALIENCE,


CANDIDATE QUALITY, AND
DEMOCRATIC
ACCOUNTABILITY
Parc 55, Embarcadero

Sun 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE


DEMOCRATIZATION

39.41

17.46

Room:

ONLINE AND OFFLINE


POLITICAL PARTICIPATION
AND THEIR CONSEQUENCES
FOR DEMOCRACY
Hilton, Golden Gate 4
PARTIES, PERCEPTIONS AND
PUBLIC OPINION
Nikko, Mendocino I

Sat 8:00 am

Fri 4:30 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION

Fri 7:30 am

81.53

Room:

POLITICAL INTEREST,
ENGAGEMENT, AND
KNOWLEDGE
Parc 55, Fillmore

Sat 8:00 am

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

35

Division Panels

81.51

47.5

Room:
86.37

POSTER SESSION IV: POSTER


SESSION: ELECTIONS AND
VOTING BEHAVIOR
Hilton, Grand Ballroom

Room:

PRESENTING PARTIES TO
VOTERS: NEW MEDIA MEETS
OLD MEDIA
Parc 55, Divisadero

91.46
Room:

REPRESENTATION AND VOTING


Hilton, Imperial A

106.40

REPRESENTATION,
PARTISANSHIP, AND PARTY
DISCIPLINE
Hilton, Union Square 17 & 18

Room:
22.50

Room:
11.48

Room:
11.49

Room:
17.47
Room:
81.54
Room:
86.38

Room:
96.34
Room:

Fri 10:15 am

Room:

Sat 10:15 am

109.31
Sat 2:00 pm

Sun 8:00 am
Room:
60.27

Thu 2:00 pm
Room:

Thu 8:00 am
Room:

Thu 8:00 am

26.24

Room:

Thu 10:15 am
Room:
91.47
Sat 8:00 am
Room:
65.33
Sat 10:15 am

VOTING: RACE, IDENTITY, AND


THE GREATEST GENERATION
Hilton, Golden Gate 1

Room:

CUEING OPINIONS
Hilton, Golden Gate 7

Sat 4:15 pm

51.37
Room:
81.39

Sat 4:15 pm

Fri 2:30 pm

METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES IN
PUBLIC OPINION RESEARCH
Nikko, Monterey II

Sun 8:00 am

MODELS OF SURVEY DATA


Hilton, Continental Parlor 7

Thu 4:15 pm

NEW FRONTIERS IN RESEARCH


ON PUBLIC ATTITUDES
TOWARD IMMIGRATION
Nikko, Mendocino I
PARTIES, PARTISANSHIP AND
POLARIZATION
Nikko, Carmel I
PARTIES, PERCEPTIONS AND
PUBLIC OPINION
Nikko, Mendocino I

Sat 10:15 am

Sat 2:00 pm

Fri 4:30 pm

PERSPECTIVES ON
ASSESSMENTS OF DEMOCRACY
Nikko, Monterey II

Room:

POSTER SESSION VI: POSTER


SESSION: PUBLIC OPINION
Hilton, Grand Ballroom

22.33
Room:

PUBLIC OPINION AND WAR


Hilton, Imperial B

Fri 11:30 am

Sat 8:00 am

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL


SECURITY

96.37
Thu 4:15 pm

Room:

Fri 2:30 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND


VOTING BEHAVIOR

36

LOCAL CIVIC ENGAGEMENT IN


CONTEXT: NEIGHBORHOODS
AND PARTICIPATORY
INSTITUTIONS
Parc 55, Stockton

Sun 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND


VOTING BEHAVIOR

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL


SECURITY

60.34
Room:

26.13
Room:

86.39

VOTER REFORM AND


SUPPRESSION
Hilton, Continental Parlor 7

CIVILIAN CASUALTIES AND


SUPPORT FOR THE USE OF
FORCE
Hilton, Franciscan C

INNOVATIONS IN
UNDERSTANDING ATTITUDES
AND BEHAVIOUR ON SUPPORT
FOR OVERSEAS AID
Hilton, Union Square 5 & 6

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 8: POLITICAL


METHODOLOGY

Division Laura Stephenson, University of Western Ontario


Chair:

Room:

INFLUENCES ON ATTITUDES
ABOUT IMMIGRATION
Nikko, Ballroom III

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND


VOTING BEHAVIOR

THE ELECTORAL CONNECTION


AND DEMOCRATIC
ACCOUNTABILITY
Parc 55, Mason

ASSESSING THE ECONOMY:


BELIEFS, KNOWLEDGE AND
OPINIONS
Hilton, Union Square 3 & 4

Sun 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 30: URBAN POLITICS

106.41

DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION

96.35

22.51
Room:

THE EFFECTS OF EDUCATION,


AGE, MASS SHOOTINGS, AND
NATURAL DISASTERS ON
TURNOUT
Hilton, Continental Parlor 3

VOTERS AND MANDATES:


EVALUATING SPECIFIC
ACCOUNTABILITY PROCESSES
Parc 55, Mission II

EXAMINING PUBLIC OPINION


ON FOREIGN POLICY
Hilton, Union Square 25

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY

RESOURCES, ENGAGEMENT,
AND RECRUITMENT: 20 YEARS
OF "VOICE AND EQUALITY"
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin I

UNDERSTANDING AND
INCREASING TURNOUT
Hilton, Golden Gate 3

109.19

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

PUBLIC OPINION,
INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY, &
ENVIRONMENTAL ATTITUDES
Hilton, Union Square 22

Sat 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 38: POLITICAL


COMMUNICATION
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 39: SCIENCE,
TECHNOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS

Room:

SOCIAL CONTEXT, POLITICAL


BEHAVIOR AND PUBLIC
OPINION
Parc 55, Market Street

Sat 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 50: POLITICAL NETWORKS

39.45
Room:
81.9

Room:

THE CONDITIONS OF POLICY


RESPONSIVENESS
Nikko, Carmel II
THE EFFECTS OF MORAL
JUDGMENTS AMONG CITIZENS
AND LEGISLATORS
Parc 55, Davidson

39.46

Room:

Fri 7:30 am

10.1

Sat 8:00 am

Room:

Room:

THE POLARIZATION OF PUBLIC


OPINION
Parc 55, Market Street

Thu 10:15 am

Room:
45.40

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 35: POLITICAL


ORGANIZATIONS AND PARTIES

11.50
Room:

UNDERSTANDING ATTITUDES
OF AND TOWARD GROUPS
Parc 55, Mission I

Thu 8:00 am
Room:
65.34

Room:

UNDERSTANDING ATTITUDES
ABOUT SOCIAL SPENDING
Parc 55, Mission I

Thu 4:15 pm

DIVISION 38: POLITICAL


COMMUNICATION

96.36
Room:

NOT JUST THE FACTS


Hilton, Mason Room

106.42

NOTHING CONTROVERSIAL
HERE: CLIMATE CHANGE,
VACCINES & THE AFFORDABLE
CARE ACT
Hilton, Golden Gate 2

Room:

Room:
17.49

Room:
26.43

Room:
22.52

Room:
26.29

Room:

"TRUST ME, I DIDN'T MEAN TO


SEE POLITICAL
INFORMATION..."
Hilton, Union Square 14
CAPTURING PROTEST: TEXT
ANALYSIS METHODS AND THE
COMPARATIVE STUDY OF
POPULISM
Hilton, Union Square 17 & 18
COMMUNICATION IN
LEGISLATIVE AND EXECUTIVE
ELECTIONS, BOTH STATE AND
NATIONAL
Hilton, Union Square 16
DIGITAL MEDIA AND
CAMPAIGNS BOTH DOMESTIC
AND ABROAD
Hilton, Union Square 21
DIVERSITIES IN PRESIDENTIAL
RHETORIC, MEDIA FRAMES,
AND PUBLIC REACTIONS
Hilton, Powell Room

Thu 8:00 am

Room:

HOW THE MEDIA PORTRAY


POLITICAL ISSUES AND WHY IT
MATTERS
Hilton, Union Square 3 & 4

81.40

Room:
96.37
Thu 4:15 pm

Room:

45.9

Thu 4:15 pm

Thu 8:00 am

ORGANIZATIONAL FORMS AND


DYNAMICS IN DIGITAL MEDIA
ENVIRONMENTS
Hilton, Union Square 22
POSTER SESSION VI: POSTER
SESSION: POLITICAL
COMMUNICATION
Hilton, Grand Ballroom
PUBLIC OPINION,
INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY, &
ENVIRONMENTAL ATTITUDES
Hilton, Union Square 22

Sat 8:00 am

Fri 9:30 am

Fri 4:30 pm

Sat 4:15 pm

Sun 8:00 am

Sat 8:00 am

Sat 8:00 am

Sat 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION


Co-sponsored by DIVISION 39: SCIENCE,
TECHNOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS

Thu 2:00 pm

Room:

THE ROLE OF MOTIVATED


REASONING IN THE POLITICAL
PROCESS
Parc 55, Mission II

Fri 9:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 5: POLITICAL


PSYCHOLOGY

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 23: PRESIDENTS AND


EXECUTIVE POLITICS

51.38

81.57

Room:
Thu 10:15 am

NEW APPROACHES TO THE


STUDY OF SOCIAL INFLUENCE
AND COMMUNICATION
NETWORKS
Hilton, Mason Room

Room:

Division Philip Habel, University of Glasgow


Chair:

11.51

MEDIA UNDER AUTOCRACY:


COMPARING RUSSIA, CHINA,
EGYPT, SYRIA AND
AZERBAIJAN
Parc 55, Sutro

NEW DATA SOURCES (AND


INTERESTING PAPERS!) IN
POLITICAL COMMUNICATION
Hilton, Union Square 3 & 4

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND


POLITICS

26.42

IS ANYBODY LISTENING?
POLITICAL SCIENCE, THE NEW
MEDIA AND POLITICS
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5

Fri 7:30 am

Co-sponsored by Theme Panel

81.56

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 5: POLITICAL


PSYCHOLOGY

17.48

INNOVATIONS IN POLITICAL
COMMUNICATION RESEARCH,
BOTH EMPIRICAL AND
NORMATIVE
Parc 55, Mason

106.43
Room:

WHY (GLOBAL) MEDIA


SYSTEMS MATTER
Hilton, Golden Gate 3

Sun 8:00 am

Fri 11:30 am

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

37

Division Panels

81.55

DIVISION 39: SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY


AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS
Division Aseem Prakash, University of Washington
Chair:

22.53

Room:

BUSINESS, POLITICS, AND


ENVIRONMENTAL
GOVERNANCE
Hilton, Union Square 24

Division Kevin Jay Wallsten, California State University, Long Beach


Chair:

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY

65.35

Room:
109.32

Room:

CLIMATE POLITICS AND


PREFERENCES FOR DOMESTIC
AND INTERNATIONAL POLICY
Hilton, Continental Parlor 9
DETERMINANTS OF NATIONAL
ENVIRONMENTAL
PERFORMANCE: CROSSNATIONAL EVIDENCE
Hilton, Sutter Room

DIVISION 40: INFORMATION


TECHNOLOGY AND POLITICS

Fri 4:30 pm

86.40

Room:
39.48

Room:

96.38

Room:

Room:
45.34

Room:

DIVERSITIES IN NATURE,
SOCIETY, AND POLICY
Parc 55, Hearst
ENVIRONMENTAL
POLICYMAKING IN
COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE
Nikko, Mendocino II

Sun 8:00 am

Fri 9:30 am

17.51

Room:
26.44

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY

17.50

Room:

ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS,
RISK, AND NATURAL
DISASTERS
Hilton, Union Square 19 & 20

Thu 10:15 am

Room:
109.33

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL


SECURITY

45.41
Room:
51.39
Room:

GOVERNANCE OF NEW
TECHNOLOGIES
Hilton, Union Square 3 & 4
NON-STATE ACTORS IN
ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS
Hilton, Union Square 19 & 20

Room:
96.37

Room:

POSTER SESSION IV: POSTER


SESSION: SCIENCE,
TECHNOLOGY AND
ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS
Hilton, Grand Ballroom
PUBLIC OPINION,
INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY, &
ENVIRONMENTAL ATTITUDES
Hilton, Union Square 22

Room:
81.42

Fri 11:30 am
Room:
45.42
Fri 10:15 am
Room:
60.35
Sat 4:15 pm

WATER AND MARINE POLITICS


Hilton, Union Square 22

Room:

GOVERNANCE IN THE DIGITAL


AGE: THE PROMISE AND
PERILS OF E-GOVERNMENT
Nikko, Mendocino II
ONLINE POLITICAL
PARTICIPATION: HOW DIVERSE
YOUTH ENGAGE WITH
POLITICS
Nikko, Mendocino II
PARTICIPATION AND
ENGAGEMENT: THE ROLE OF
ICT'S IN TRANSFORMING
CITIZEN POLITICS
Nikko, Mendocino II

Sat 4:15 pm

Thu 10:15 am

Thu 4:15 pm

Sun 10:15 am

POSTER SESSION VI: POSTER


SESSION: INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY AND POLITICS
Hilton, Grand Ballroom
REGULATION AND
REPRESSION: INTERNET
CONTROL IN DEMOCRACIES
AND DICTATORSHIPS
Nikko, Monterey II
SOCIAL MEDIA AND POLITICAL
PARTICIPATION
Nikko, Mendocino I

Sat 8:00 am

Fri 9:30 am

Fri 2:30 pm

Division Ann Ward, University of Regina


Chair:

22.54

Sat 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY

38

ELITES ONLINE: HOW


CANDIDATES,
REPRESENTATIVES AND
JOURNALISTS USE THE
INTERNET
Parc 55, Fillmore

DIVISION 41: POLITICS, LITERATURE,


AND FILM

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION


Co-sponsored by DIVISION 38: POLITICAL
COMMUNICATION

91.48
Room:

Fri 7:30 am

Fri 9:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY

47.7

CROWDSOURCING CASE
STUDIES: LESSONS FROM THE
PARTICIPEDIA PROJECT
Hilton, Taylor Room

Sat 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE


METHODS

Sun 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY

106.44

CAMPAIGNING ONLINE: CROSSNATIONAL ASSESSMENTS OF


THE WEBS ROLE IN
ELECTIONS
Parc 55, Fillmore

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

Room:

ANCIENT INSIGHTS FOR


MODERN POLITICS AND
ETHICS
Parc 55, Powell II

Thu 2:00 pm

Room:
91.49

Room:
91.7

Room:
65.36

Room:
96.39
Room:

DARK PLACES: CRIME AND


POLITICS IN JAMES ELLROYS
AMERICA
Parc 55, Powell II
EXPLORING PHILOSOPHY,
FAITH AND THE POLITICAL
THROUGH ART: EXPLORING
PHILOSOPHY, FAITH AND THE
POLITICAL THROUGH ART
Hilton, Union Square 19 & 20
POSTER SESSION VIII: POSTER
SESSION: POLITICS,
LITERATURE, AND FILM
Hilton, Grand Ballroom
RETHINKING FREEDOM AND
DEMOCRACY IN THE MODERN
STATE
Hilton, Union Square 13
RETHINKING THE SCIENTIFIC
IMPOSITION ON NATURE
Hilton, Union Square 5 & 6

Thu 8:00 am

51.40

Room:

97.8
Room:

Room:
65.3
Room:

CRISES OF POLITICS, THE


POLITICS OF CRISES
Parc 55, Mission I

Room:

DIVERSE PERSPECTIVES ON
LGBT RIGHTS AND POLICY
Parc 55, Powell I

17.3
Room:

Room:

DIVERSIFYING
INTERNATIONAL STRUGGLES:
THEORY AND PRACTICE IN
GLOBAL JUSTICE
Parc 55, Mission I

81.41

Sat 4:15 pm
Room:
60.36
Room:
17.52

Sat 10:15 am
Room:

Room:

106.45
Room:

DOES CRITIQUE HAVE A


FUTURE? A QUESTION FOR
POLITICAL THEORISTS
Hilton, Franciscan A

Fri 4:30 pm
64.4
Room:

Room:

POSTER SESSION VI: POSTER


SESSION: NEW POLITICAL
SCIENCE
Hilton, Grand Ballroom

Sat 8:00 am

REIMAGINING RADICAL
POLITICS TODAY
Hilton, Union Square 5 & 6
TAKING IT TO THE STREETS:
SOCIAL RESISTANCE & STATE
RESPONSES IN SOUTHEAST
ASIA
Nikko, Carmel II

Fri 2:30 pm

Thu 10:15 am

THE ART OF ELECTIONS


Nikko, Carmel I

Fri 4:30 pm

Co-sponsored by APSA Panels and All Meetings and


Receptions

Sat 4:15 pm
26.45
Room:

TOWARDS A CRITICAL
POLITICAL SCIENCE
Nikko, Carmel II

Thu 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY

Sat 2:00 pm
45.5
Room:

WARS OF RELIGION (AND


SECULARISM)
Hilton, Franciscan D

Fri 9:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY

81.58
Sat 8:00 am

Room:

WORK, WAGES & HEALTH:


WHAT'S THE STATE GOT TO DO
WITH IT?
Hilton, Union Square 25

Sat 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY

Co-sponsored by Labor Project


Co-sponsored by Poverty, Inequality, and Public Policy
Caucus

HABITATION, HABITABILITY,
JUSTICE 1
Hilton, Union Square 24

DIVISION 43: INTERNATIONAL


HISTORY AND POLITICS

Sun 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by Green Politics and Theory

110.5

Thu 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE
DEMOCRATIZATION
Co-sponsored by Southeast Asian Politics

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 43: INTERNATIONAL


HISTORY AND POLITICS

81.4

POLICE POWER AND


POLITICAL THEORY
Hilton, Golden Gate 4

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY

Fri 4:30 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 47: SEXUALITY AND


POLITICS

91.50

Sat 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by Labor Project

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY

96.42

LABOR AND THE SOUTH IN


AMERICAN POLITICS
Hilton, Imperial A

Sat 2:00 pm

Division Michael J. Bosia, St. Michael's College


Chair:

ANARCHISM AND RADICAL


DEMOCRACY
Parc 55, Mission I

Fri 11:30 am

Co-sponsored by Conference Group on the Middle East


Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE
POLITICS
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY

Sat 2:00 pm

DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL


SCIENCE

86.41

ISRAEL AND PALESTINE:


ALTERNATIVE PERSPECTIVES
ON STATEHOOD
Hilton, Union Square 25

HABITATION, HABITABILITY,
JUSTICE 2
Hilton, Union Square 24

Sun 10:15 am

Division John M. Owen, University of Virginia


Chair:

109.34

Co-sponsored by Green Politics and Theory

Room:

AMERICA, LIBERALISM, AND


EMPIRE
Hilton, Golden Gate 6

Sun 10:15 am

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

39

Division Panels

11.52

51.41
Room:
91.50

Room:

CHINA AND ASIA, PAST AND


PRESENT
Parc 55, Mission I
DIVERSIFYING
INTERNATIONAL STRUGGLES:
THEORY AND PRACTICE IN
GLOBAL JUSTICE
Parc 55, Mission I

Fri 11:30 am

Room:

Room:
65.37
Room:
17.53

Room:
26.46
Room:
22.5

Room:
51.42
Room:
60.37
Room:

IDEAS AND DOMESTIC


POLITICS IN AMERICAS RISE
TO POWER
Parc 55, Stockton

11.54

IDEAS IN TRANSNATIONAL
SPACE
Parc 55, Mason
INSTITUTIONAL CHANGE AT
THE NEXUS OF FUNCTION AND
DYSFUNCTION
Hilton, Van Ness Room
INTERNATIONAL HISTORY AND
THE BIG QUESTIONS
Parc 55, Davidson
POSTER SESSION II: POSTER
SESSION: INTERNATIONAL
HISTORY AND POLITICS
Hilton, Grand Ballroom
SECRECY IN INTERNATIONAL
POLITICS
Hilton, Union Square 24
STATE AND ANTI-STATE
VIOLENCE, THEN AND NOW
Hilton, Union Square 23

Fri 7:30 am

Room:

Room:

CIVIL SOCIETY, PROTEST AND


MASS MOBILIZATION IN POSTCOMMUNIST SETTINGS
Parc 55, Divisadero

Room:
81.59
Thu 10:15 am

Room:

Room:

CLIENTELISM AND
CORRUPTION ACROSS
DICTATORSHIP AND
DEMOCRACY
Hilton, Union Square 3 & 4

Thu 8:00 am

DEMOCRACY, INEQUALITY,
AND CORRUPTION
Hilton, Golden Gate 5
DIFFUSION AND REGIME
CHANGE
Hilton, Union Square 21
ECONOMIC INEQUALITY,
IDENTITY, AND
DEMOCRATIZATION
Hilton, Union Square 13

Thu 10:15 am

Thu 4:15 pm

Sat 8:00 am

60.38
Room:

ELECTORAL MANIPULATION
Hilton, Union Square 25

Fri 2:30 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

Thu 2:00 pm
45.43
Room:

ETHNIC POLITICS ACROSS


REGIMES
Hilton, Union Square 21

Fri 9:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND


POLITICS

Fri 11:30 am
26.52
Fri 2:30 pm
Room:

EXPLAINING PARTY-BUILDING
STRATEGIES IN SUB-SAHARAN
AFRICA
Parc 55, Lombard

Thu 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 53: THE AFRICAN


POLITICS CONFERENCE GROUP

65.38

Room:
Thu 2:00 pm

81.60

Room:
51.17
Thu 8:00 am
Room:

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

FORMAL APPROACHES TO
ELECTIONS AND POWER IN
DEMOCRACY AND AUTOCRACY
Hilton, Union Square 5 & 6
NEW DIRECTIONS IN THE
STUDY OF ELECTORAL
AUTHORITARIANISM
Parc 55, Mission I
PARTICIPATION IN (POST)AUTHORITARIAN REGIMES:
CHINA, EURASIA, EASTERN
EUROPE
Parc 55, Hearst

Fri 4:30 pm

Sat 8:00 am

Fri 11:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 13: THE POLITICS OF


COMMUNIST AND FORMER COMMUNIST
COUNTRIES

51.49

Thu 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY

40

CRITICAL EVOLUTIONS IN
ELECTION OBSERVATION
Hilton, Continental Parlor 1

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY

Thu 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 13: THE POLITICS OF


COMMUNIST AND FORMER COMMUNIST
COUNTRIES

11.53

17.54

26.47

Co-sponsored by Russian Politics Group

11.22

Sat 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND


ELECTORAL SYSTEMS

Fri 4:30 pm

Division Kenneth F. Greene, University of Texas, Austin


Chair:

AUTHORITARIAN LEGACIES
AND CHALLENGES TO POSTAUTHORITARIAN
DEMOCRACIES
Hilton, Golden Gate 7

Room:

Room:

DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE


DEMOCRATIZATION

22.55

CLIENTELISM, DEMOCRACY
AND PUBLIC SPENDING
Hilton, Union Square 15

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY

Sat 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL


SCIENCE

39.47

81.10

Room:

PARTY MOBILIZATION AND


ELECTION CAMPAIGNS IN
AFRICA
Parc 55, Balboa

Fri 11:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 53: THE AFRICAN


POLITICS CONFERENCE GROUP

Room:

POLITICAL PARTIES AND THE


CHALLENGES OF DEMOCRATIC
CONSOLIDATION
Hilton, Union Square 3 & 4

Sun 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 35: POLITICAL


ORGANIZATIONS AND PARTIES

85.8

Room:
86.18

Room:

POSTER SESSION VII: POSTER


SESSION: COMPARATIVE
DEMOCARIZATION
Hilton, Grand Ballroom
REVISITING SOCIAL
MOVEMENTS, CIVIL SOCIETY
AND PARTY CHANGE AFTER
COMMUNISM
Hilton, Continental Parlor 3

Room:
86.42
Sat 10:15 am
Room:

Room:

SOCIAL SPENDING AND


OUTCOMES IN NEW AND
PARTIAL DEMOCRACIES
Hilton, Sutter Room

Room:

STUDYING THE SEQUENCING


OF REGIMES
Hilton, Union Square 17 & 18

109.27
Room:

Room:
17.52

Room:

SUBNATIONAL VARIATIONS IN
DEMOCRACY AND AUTOCRACY
Hilton, Union Square 22
TAKING IT TO THE STREETS:
SOCIAL RESISTANCE & STATE
RESPONSES IN SOUTHEAST
ASIA
Nikko, Carmel II

81.61
Room:
11.56

Sat 4:15 pm

Room:

22.56
Room:
26.48

Room:

THE INTERNATIONAL AND


DOMESTIC SOURCES OF
DEMOCRATIC REFORM IN
TUNISIA & BEYOND
Hilton, Franciscan B

Thu 8:00 am

Room:

Room:
106.47

Room:
17.56

Room:
26.49
Room:
22.57

Room:
65.39

THE MILITARY AND


DEMOCRATIZATION
Nikko, Carmel II

Room:

VIOLENCE AND PATRONAGE IN


AFRICAN DEMOCRACIES
Parc 55, Balboa

Sun 10:15 am

COMPLIANCE WITH THE INT'T


HUMAN RIGHTS REGIME
Parc 55, Stockton
CRITICAL THEORIES OF
PEACE: PEACE, JUSTICE,
HUMAN RIGHTS
Hilton, Union Square 15
DOMESTIC GOVERNANCE AND
HUMAN RIGHTS
Parc 55, Stockton
DOMESTIC STUFF THAT
IMPACTS RESPECT FOR HUMAN
RIGHTS
Nikko, Carmel II

Sat 8:00 am

Thu 8:00 am

Sat 10:15 am

Sun 8:00 am

HIDDEN VIOLENCE DURING


ARMED CONFLICT:
METHODOLOGICAL
CHALLENGES AND
INNOVATIONS
Parc 55, Sutro
HUMAN RIGHTS IGOS: THE
ECTHR, ICC & UNHRC
Hilton, Union Square 25

Thu 10:15 am

Thu 4:15 pm

Thu 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

THE RISE OF COMPETITIVE


ELECTORAL AUTHORITARIAN
REGIMES
Hilton, Van Ness Room

COMBATING GENDER-BASED
VIOLENCE
Hilton, Franciscan A

Thu 10:15 am

Thu 2:00 pm
60.40
Thu 4:15 pm
Room:
51.43

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

96.46

Room:
86.43

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL
SCIENCE
Co-sponsored by Southeast Asian Politics

17.55

Sat 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS

Sat 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

11.55

WHY DEMOCRATIZATION
SUCCEEDS
Hilton, Franciscan D

Fri 2:30 pm

Division Will H. Moore, Florida State University


Chair:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY

96.40

WHEN DO DICTATORS
TREMBLE? THREAT
PERCEPTIONS UNDER
AUTHORITARIAN RULE
Hilton, Continental Parlor 3

DIVISION 45: HUMAN RIGHTS


Sat 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 13: THE POLITICS OF


COMMUNIST AND FORMER COMMUNIST
COUNTRIES

86.6

60.39

Room:
85.7

Sat 4:15 pm
Room:

HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE


IMPACT OF INSTITUTIONS IN
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
Hilton, Union Square 23
INNOVATIONS IN HR DATA
COLLECTION
Hilton, Van Ness Room
IS THERE A HUMAN RIGHTS
TRADITION IN CHINA?
Hilton, Golden Gate 6
ON HUMAN DIGNITY AND
HUMAN RIGHTS
Hilton, Union Square 15
POSTER SESSION VII: POSTER
SESSION: HUMAN RIGHTS
Hilton, Grand Ballroom

Thu 2:00 pm

Fri 4:30 pm

Fri 2:30 pm

Fri 11:30 am

Sat 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 53: THE AFRICAN


POLITICS CONFERENCE GROUP

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

41

Division Panels

106.46

DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE METHODS

65.40

Division Alan M. Jacobs, University of British Columbia


Chair:

11.57

Room:
17.57

Room:
90.2

Room:

AFTER BOSTON COLLEGE:


ETHICAL AND
METHODOLOGICAL
INNOVATION IN FIELDWORK
Hilton, Golden Gate 2
AUTHOR MEETS READERS:
FREDERIC SCHAFFER'S
"ELUCIDATING SOCIAL
SCIENCE CONCEPTS"
Hilton, Powell Room

Thu 8:00 am
Room:

81.62
Thu 10:15 am

Room:

86.44
Room:
91.51

BEYOND OUR BORDERS: DOES


POLITICAL SCIENCE HAVE AN
IMPACT ON OTHER
DISCIPLINES?
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin I

Room:

Sat 2:00 pm

96.41

Room:

CHALLENGES OF CONCEPTFORMATION AND


MEASUREMENT
Hilton, Sutter Room

Room:

CHALLENGES OF FIELD AND


ETHNOGRAPHIC RESEARCH
Hilton, Union Square 15

109.35

Room:

CROWDSOURCING CASE
STUDIES: LESSONS FROM THE
PARTICIPEDIA PROJECT
Hilton, Taylor Room

39.49
Room:

56.3

Thu 4:15 pm

Room:
45.45

Fri 7:30 am

Room:

Room:

11.58

Room:

ETHNOGRAPHY,
INTERPRETATION, AND THE
STUDY OF IDENTITY POLITICS
Hilton, Union Square 22

19.1
Room:
Fri 11:30 am

Room:

42

EVALUATING QUALITATIVE
EVIDENCE
Hilton, Golden Gate 3

MAPPING AND BRIDGING


METHODOLOGICAL DIVERSITY
IN THE DISCIPLINE
Hilton, Lombard Room

Sun 10:15 am

Fri 2:30 pm

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

NEW DIRECTIONS IN MULTIMETHOD RESEARCH


Hilton, Union Square 22

Fri 7:30 am

POSTER SESSION V: POSTER


SESSION: QUALITATIVE
METHODS
Hilton, Grand Ballroom
ROUNDTABLE: SHAUL
SHENHAVS BOOK,
"ANALYZING SOCIAL
NARRATIVES"
Hilton, Van Ness Room

Fri 2:00 pm

Fri 9:30 am

SHOULD THERE BE A
REGISTRY FOR POLITICAL
SCIENCE RESEARCH?
Nikko, Mendocino II

Thu 8:00 am

THE METHODS CAFE


Nikko, Ballroom II

Thu 12:15 pm

Co-sponsored by Interpretive Methodologies and Methods

106.48
Room:

Co-sponsored by Interpretive Methodologies and Methods

60.41

Sat 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 51: EXPERIMENTAL


RESEARCH

Fri 9:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 26: LAW AND COURTS

51.44

LINKING INTERPRETATION
AND CAUSAL INFERENCE
Hilton, Union Square 13

Sat 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by Interpretive Methodologies and Methods

Room:
DATA AND METHODS IN THE
COMPARATIVE STUDY OF
COURTS
Hilton, Union Square 13

IS DECEPTION JUSTIFIED?
COVERT FIELD RESEARCH AND
DEMOCRATIC VALUES
Hilton, Golden Gate 7

Sat 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 8: POLITICAL


METHODOLOGY

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 40: INFORMATION


TECHNOLOGY AND POLITICS

45.44

INNOVATIONS IN MIXEDMETHOD RESEARCH


Hilton, Golden Gate 6

Sat 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 8: POLITICAL


METHODOLOGY

Co-sponsored by Interpretive Methodologies and Methods

39.48

INNOVATIONS IN CROSS-CASE
COMPARATIVE METHODS
Hilton, Golden Gate 6

Co-sponsored by Interpretive Methodologies and Methods

Room:

Co-sponsored by IPSA Research Committee #1 (Concepts


and Methods)

26.50

Room:

Thu 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 8: POLITICAL


METHODOLOGY

22.58

Room:

Co-sponsored by Interpretive Methodologies and Methods

BRIDGING THE QUANTITATIVEQUALITATIVE DIVIDE: TEXT


ANALYSIS AND DATA
THRESHOLDS
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 4

Fri 4:30 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 14: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS OF ADVANCED INDUSTRIAL SOCIETIES

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 8: POLITICAL
METHODOLOGY
Co-sponsored by Theme Panel

17.11

FIRMS AS ACTORS IN
CONTEMPORARY CAPITALISM:
INNOVATIONS IN CONCEPT AND
METHOD
Hilton, Golden Gate 8

22.59
Room:

UNPACKING THE LOGIC OF


PROCESS TRACING
Hilton, Golden Gate 5
VARIETIES OF DESCRIPTION IN
THE SOCIAL SCIENCES
Hilton, Union Square 5 & 6

Sun 8:00 am

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by IPSA Research Committee #1 (Concepts


and Methods)

DIVISION 48: HEALTH POLITICS AND


HEALTH POLICY

Division Jami K. Taylor, University of Toledo


Chair:

91.52
Room:
96.42
Room:

COMMERCIAL SEX,
COMPARATIVELY
Parc 55, Powell I
DIVERSE PERSPECTIVES ON
LGBT RIGHTS AND POLICY
Parc 55, Powell I

Division Frank J. Thompson, Rutgers University, Newark


Chair:

Sat 2:00 pm

106.49

Room:
22.60

Room:

Room:

63.2
Room:

LGBT POLICY AND POLITICSCOMPARATIVE AND


INTERNATIONAL
PERSPECTIVES
Parc 55, Powell I

Fri 11:30 am

81.43

Room:

Co-sponsored by Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender


Caucus

45.46

MARRIAGE EQUALITY IN THE


US: HOW DID WE GET HERE?
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5

Room:

Fri 4:30 pm

65.41

Room:

MARRIAGE, MORALS, AND


MARKETS
Hilton, Golden Gate 7

Sun 10:15 am

Room:
60.42

Room:

POSTER SESSION VIII: POSTER


SESSION: SEXUALITY AND
POLITICS
Hilton, Grand Ballroom
PUBLIC OPINION, POLITICAL
PARTICIPATION AND LGBT
RIGHTS
Parc 55, Powell I

Sat 2:00 pm

81.7

Room:

RACE, GENDER, SEXUALITY,


AND SEXUAL AND DOMESTIC
VIOLENCE IN THE NBA AND
NFL
Hilton, Continental Parlor 2

THE POLITICS OF OBAMACARE


Hilton, Continental Parlor 9

Room:

RECEPTION FOR LGBT


COMMITTEE, LGBT CAUCUS,
AND SEXUALITY & POLITICS
SECTION
Nikko, Carmel II

Room:

CANADIAN LOCAL,
PROVINCIAL AND FEDERAL
ELECTIONS
Parc 55, Mason

45.47
Room:

CANADIAN PUBLIC POLICY


Parc 55, Davidson

91.54

FRANCOPHONE MINORITIES IN
MULTILINGUAL COUNTRIES
Parc 55, Davidson

Room:
41.2
Room:

Fri 7:30 pm

15.3

Room:

SEXUAL MINORITIES-POLICYMAKING AND POLITICAL


REPRESENTATION
Hilton, Continental Parlor 2
Co-sponsored by Theme Panel

Sat 2:00 pm

Fri 11:30 am

POSTER SESSION III: POSTER


SESSION: CANADIAN POLITICS
Hilton, Grand Ballroom

Fri 9:30 am

Sat 2:00 pm

Fri 8:00 am

DIVISION 50: POLITICAL NETWORKS


Division Brandon J. Kinne, University of California, Davis
Chair:

11.27
Room:

Co-sponsored by APSA Panels and All Meetings and


Receptions
Co-sponsored by Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender
Caucus

Fri 4:30 pm

DIVISION 49: CANADIAN POLITICS

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL


THEORY

74.7

Fri 9:30 am

Division David I. Lublin, American University


Chair:

Fri 2:30 pm

Sat 8:00 am

Sat 8:00 am

THE POLITICS OF HEALTH


CARE REFORM
Hilton, Union Square 5 & 6

91.53
Room:

51.46

Co-sponsored by Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender


Caucus

Thu 2:00 pm

POSTER SESSION VI: POSTER


SESSION: HEALTH POLITICS &
HEALTH POLICY
Hilton, Grand Ballroom

Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL


THEORY

91.9

POLITICAL DIMENSIONS OF
DISABILITY AND MENTAL
HEALTH
Parc 55, Balboa

THE POLITICS OF HEALTH


KNOWLEDGE
Parc 55, Sutro

Co-sponsored by Theme Panel

109.4

Sun 8:00 am

Sat 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL


SCIENCE

51.45

HEALTH POLITICS: CROSSNATIONAL DIVERSITY IN


FOCUS AND METHOD
Parc 55, Divisadero

ALLIANCE POLITICS
Hilton, Franciscan D

Thu 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL


SECURITY

91.55
Room:

CONTESTED ACCOUNTABILITY
IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
Hilton, Union Square 5 & 6

Sat 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

Thu 10:15 am
39.12
Room:

NETWORK MODELS
Hilton, Golden Gate 6

Fri 7:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 8: POLITICAL


METHODOLOGY

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

43

Division Panels

DIVISION 47: SEXUALITY AND


POLITICS

96.43

Room:

NETWORKED INTERNATIONAL
POLITICS: METHODOLOGICAL
CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS
Parc 55, Mission I

Sat 4:15 pm

Room:

Room:

POLITICAL NETWORKS IN
PUBLIC POLICY
Parc 55, Lombard

51.47
Thu 10:15 am
Room:

Room:
11.34
Room:

POSTER SESSION III: POSTER


SESSION: POLITICAL
NETWORKS
Hilton, Grand Ballroom
REFUGEE AND CONFLICT
DYNAMICS
Hilton, Continental Parlor 7

Room:
81.55

Room:

ROUNDTABLE: WHAT DO WE
KNOW ABOUT POLITICAL
NETWORKS? WHAT CAN WE
KNOW?
Parc 55, Lombard
SOCIAL CONTEXT, POLITICAL
BEHAVIOR AND PUBLIC
OPINION
Parc 55, Market Street

Room:
81.63
Thu 8:00 am

Room:

SOCIAL NETWORK
APPROACHES TO VIOLENCE
AND COERCION
Nikko, Carmel I

Room:

WHAT DO WE LEARN FROM


DELIBERATIVE MINI-PUBLICS?
Parc 55, Powell II

Room:

45.48

Thu 2:00 pm
Room:
45.10
Room:
91.56
Room:
96.44

Sat 10:15 am
Room:

56.8

Thu 10:15 am
Room:
11.58

Room:

ETHICS OF FIELD RESEARCH


Hilton, Continental Parlor 2

Room:

EXPERIMENTAL APPROACHES
TO IPE
Parc 55, Mission I

FIELD EXPERIMENTS ON
LOCAL GOVERNANCE
Hilton, Lombard Room

Fri 9:30 am

Fri 9:30 am

INFORMED CONSENT IN FIELD


EXPERIMENTS
Hilton, Van Ness Room
METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES IN
EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN
Hilton, Golden Gate 5

Sat 2:00 pm

Sat 4:15 pm

POSTER SESSION V: POSTERS


ON EXPERIMENTAL
APPROACHES TO POLITICS
Hilton, Grand Ballroom
SHOULD THERE BE A
REGISTRY FOR POLITICAL
SCIENCE RESEARCH?
Nikko, Mendocino II

Fri 2:00 pm

Thu 8:00 am

Division Elizabeth F. Cohen, Syracuse University


Chair:
Daniel Tichenor

65.42
Fri 11:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 8: POLITICAL


METHODOLOGY
Co-sponsored by Theme Panel

17.59

FIELD EXPERIMENTS ON
ELITES
Hilton, Union Square 15

DIVISION 52: MIGRATION AND


CITIZENSHIP

Sat 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by Theme Panel

49.1
Room:

Sat 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE


METHODS

Division Matthew S. Levendusky, University of Pennsylvania


Chair:

Room:

EXPERIMENTS ON
CAMPAIGNS & ELECTIONS
Parc 55, Powell II

Fri 2:30 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 8: POLITICAL


METHODOLOGY

DIVISION 51: EXPERIMENTAL


RESEARCH

DIVERSITY, THREATS, AND


EXCLUSION: EXPERIMENTAL
INVESTIGATIONS
Hilton, Continental Parlor 2

EXPERIMENTS IN VIOLENCE
AND CONFLICT
Parc 55, Sutro

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 5: POLITICAL


PSYCHOLOGY

84.1

Fri 11:30 am

Sat 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES

17.6

EXPERIMENTS IN POLITICAL
ECONOMY
Parc 55, Powell II

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND


VOTING BEHAVIOR

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION

86.45

60.43

Fri 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES

22.61

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY

41.3

EXPERIMENTAL TESTS OF
FORMAL MODELS
Parc 55, Stockton

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 4: FORMAL POLITICAL


THEORY

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 8: POLITICAL


METHODOLOGY

17.58

22.62

Room:

"BRIDGES AND CUL DE SACS:


NAVIGATING MIGRATION
STUDIES ACROSS THE
SUBFIELDS"
Hilton, Union Square 19 & 20

Fri 4:30 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND


POLITICS

Thu 10:15 am
90.1

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL


POLITICAL ECONOMY

Room:

AFTER OBAMA: LEGACIES OF


AMERICA'S FIRST MINORITY
PRESIDENT
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5

Sat 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 23: PRESIDENTS AND


EXECUTIVE POLITICS

44

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

106.50

Room:

COMPARATIVE & MULTILEVEL


CITIZENSHIP 1: MULTILEVEL &
DIFFERENTIATED CITIZENSHIP
Hilton, Continental Parlor 1

109.36

Sun 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS

Room:
17.60

Room:
51.5
Room:

DREAMERS, MOBILIZATION,
AND THE POLITICS OF
DEFERRED ACTION
Nikko, Ballroom I
DEMOCRACY'S INTERNAL AND
EXTERNAL BORDERS
Parc 55, Divisadero

26.8
Fri 11:30 am
Room:

45.49

22.63
Room:

DIASPORA AND DEMOCRACY


Parc 55, Embarcadero

Room:

86.4

DIVERSIFYING DIVERSITY:
MIGRATION, ECONOMY,
CULTURE AND HUMAN RIGHTS
Hilton, Golden Gate 4

81.64
Room:

Thu 2:00 pm
39.9
Room:

51.48

DIVERSITY AND THE POLITICS


OF IMMIGRANT SELECTION
Parc 55, Mason

Room:

Room:

FIFTY YEARS AFTER THE VRA:


THE FUTURE OF VOTING AND
REPRESENTATION IN THE US
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5

Sat 8:00 am

Thu 10:15 am

26.51

Room:
86.46
Room:
39.50
Room:
60.44

Room:

85.4

Room:

LOCALITIES OF IMMIGRANT
INCLUSION AND
PARTICIPATION
Parc 55, Fillmore
MIGRATION AND MEMBERSHIP
IN EUROPE
Nikko, Monterey I
NORMATIVE POLITICS OF
CITIZENSHIP AND MIGRATION
Nikko, Mendocino I
POLITICS IN MOVEMENT:
INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION
AND POLITICAL CHANGE
Hilton, Golden Gate 4

THE COMPARATIVE POLITICS


OF VULNERABLE MIGRANTS
Hilton, Union Square 22
THE POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY
OF IMMIGRATION ATTITUDES
Parc 55, Mission II

Fri 9:30 am

Fri 7:30 am

THE POLITICAL SOURCES OF


SOLIDARITY IN DIVERSE
SOCIETIES
Hilton, Golden Gate 7

Fri 11:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 14: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS OF ADVANCED INDUSTRIAL SOCIETIES

91.57
Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND


POLITICS
Co-sponsored by Theme Panel

Thu 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 5: POLITICAL


PSYCHOLOGY

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL


THEORY

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND


POLITICS

15.1

ROUNDTABLE ON MARGARET
MOORE'S "A POLITICAL
THEORY OF TERRITORY"
Hilton, Golden Gate 6

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL


THEORY

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL


THEORY

Room:

Sun 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS

Thu 10:15 am

Sat 10:15 am

COMPARATIVE & MULTILEVEL


CITIZENSHIP 2: EFFECTS &
EVALUATION: PRACTICING
TRANSNATIONAL CITIZENSHIP:
DUAL NATIONALITY AND
COMPARATIVE & MULTILEVEL
CITIZENSHIP 2: EFFECTS &
EVALUATION
Hilton, Continental Parlor 1

104.1

Room:

THE POLITICS OF CITIZENSHIP


AND MIGRATION IN EAST ASIA
Nikko, Monterey I
THE POLITICS OF RACE AND
CLASS INEQUALITIES IN THE
AMERICAS
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5

Sat 2:00 pm

Sun 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND


POLITICS
Co-sponsored by Theme Panel

Thu 4:15 pm

96.45
Sat 10:15 am
Room:

VULNERABLE MIGRANTS IN
THE AMERICAS
Nikko, Monterey I

Sat 4:15 pm

DIVISION 53: THE AFRICAN POLITICS


CONFERENCE GROUP

Fri 7:30 am

Division Claire Leslie Adida, UCSD


Chair:
Kenneth Menkhaus, Davidson College

Fri 2:30 pm

11.59

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS

Room:

POSTER SESSION VII: POSTER


SESSION: MIGRATION AND
CITIZENSHIP DIVISION
Hilton, Grand Ballroom

26.52

Sat 10:15 am

ETHNICITY AND THE POLITICS


OF RESOURCE ALLOCATION IN
AFRICA
Parc 55, Lombard

Thu 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY

Room:

EXPLAINING PARTY-BUILDING
STRATEGIES IN SUB-SAHARAN
AFRICA
Parc 55, Lombard

Thu 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE


DEMOCRATIZATION

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

45

Division Panels

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND


POLITICS
Co-sponsored by Theme Panel

51.49

Room:

PARTY MOBILIZATION AND


ELECTION CAMPAIGNS IN
AFRICA
Parc 55, Balboa

Fri 11:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE


DEMOCRATIZATION

45.50

Room:
85.5
Room:
25.2

Room:

POLITICAL DYNAMICS OF
LOCAL GOVERNANCE IN
AFRICA AND BEYOND
Parc 55, Powell II
POSTER SESSION VII: POSTER
SESSION: AFRICAN POLITICS
Hilton, Grand Ballroom
RETHINKING RELIGION,
DEMOCRACY, AND
DEVELOPMENT IN SUBSAHARAN AFRICA
Hilton, Continental Parlor 2

Room:

THE POLITICS OF URBAN


TRANSFORMATION IN AFRICA
Parc 55, Balboa

Sat 10:15 am

Room:

VIOLENCE AND PATRONAGE IN


AFRICAN DEMOCRACIES
Parc 55, Balboa

Room:

WOMENS ENGAGEMENT IN
AFRICAN POLITICS:
OPPORTUNITIES AND
CONSTRAINTS
Hilton, Continental Parlor 2

Room:
Sat 10:15 am

Sat 4:15 pm

Sat 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by Theme Panel

DIVISION 54: POLITICAL


EPISTEMOLOGY
Division Paul M. D. Gunn, Goldsmiths, University of London
Chair:
Jacob Roundtree

86.48
Room:
11.60
Room:
45.51
Room:

AUTHOR MEETS CRITICS:


"HOW PROPAGANDA WORKS"
Nikko, Mendocino II
EPISTEMIC DEMOCRACY AND
ITS CRITICS
Parc 55, Fillmore
IDEATIONAL TURNS IN THE
FOUR SUBDISCIPLINES
Hilton, Union Square 23

Sat 10:15 am

Thu 8:00 am

Fri 9:30 am

DIVISION 55: CLASS & INEQUALITY


Division Nicholas Carnes, Duke University
Chair:

45.52

Room:

46

BUSINESS POWER IN
AMERICAN POLITICS: NEW
EVIDENCE, MECHANISMS, AND
METHODS
Hilton, Union Square 24

Room:
11.61

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE


DEMOCRATIZATION

94.3

Room:
85.9

Thu 4:15 pm

Fri 9:30 am

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

DEBATING STRUCTURAL
THEORIES OF INJUSTICE,
DOMINATION, AND
OPPRESSION
Nikko, Mendocino II

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL
THEORY

96.47

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 30: URBAN POLITICS

96.46

Room:

Fri 9:30 am

Co-sponsored by Theme Panel

86.47

22.12

INEQUALITY, PUBLIC OPINON,


AND POLICY
Hilton, Union Square 15
POSTER SESSION VII: POSTER
SESSION: CLASS & INEQUALITY
Hilton, Grand Ballroom
VOICES OF THE UNHEAVENLY
CHORUS: INEQALITIES IN
ORGANIZED INFLUENCE
Parc 55, Hearst

Sat 4:15 pm

Sat 10:15 am

Thu 8:00 am

RELATED GROUP PANELS


AGING POLICY AND POLITICS GROUP
18.1
Room:

FEDERALISM AND AGING


Hilton, Union Square 25

Thu 10:15 am

ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF


NATIONALITIES
17.20

AMERICAN ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE


Room:

AMERICAN POLITICAL THOUGHT


23.1

Room:
18.2

40.1

Room:
46.1

Room:
107.1

Room:

ROUNDTABLE: THE UNITED


STATES AND THE UNITED
NATIONS AT 70
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin III

97.1

Thu 10:15 am
Room:

Fri 7:30 am

Room:

87.2

THE STATE OF THE STUDY OF


AFRICAN-AMERICAN
POLITICAL THOUGHT
ROUNDTABLE
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin III

Sun 8:00 am
Room:

Room:

87.3
Room:

87.4
Room:

CONFLICTS OF KOREA
Hilton, Union Square 25

Sat 10:15 am

THE NEW CHALLENGES OF


DEMOCRACY IN BRAZIL
Parc 55, Embarcadero

Sat 10:15 am

BRITISH POLITICS GROUP


27.1
Room:
Sat 10:15 am

PERSPECTIVES ON THE 2015 UK


GENERAL ELECTION
Parc 55, Embarcadero

Thu 4:15 pm

CAMPAIGN FINANCE RESEARCH GROUP


12.1

ASSOCIATION FOR POLITICS AND THE LIFE


SCIENCES
BIOPOLICY
Parc 55, Davidson

Sat 10:15 am

BRAZILIAN POLITICAL SCIENCE


ASSOCIATION

Room:

23.2
Room:

VARIETIES OF POLITICAL
PARTICIPATION IN
CONTEMPORARY CHINA
Parc 55, Powell II

ASSOCIATION OF KOREAN POLITICAL


STUDIES

Sun 10:15 am

ASSOCIATION FOR ISRAEL STUDIES


DIVERSITIES RECONSIDERED:
POLITICS, AND POLITICAL
SCIENCE, IN THE 21ST
CENTURY - THE ISRAELI CASE
Hilton, Union Square 5 & 6

Sat 10:15 am

ASSOCIATION OF CHINESE POLITICAL


STUDIES

ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN CAUCUS

87.1

MAURICE DUVERGER AND


SEMI-PRESIDENTIALISM
Hilton, Union Square 23

Fri 9:30 am

AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR POLITICAL AND


LEGAL PHILOSOPHY

Room:

Sat 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by French Politics Group

THE PLACE OF LITERATURE IN


AMERICAN POLITICAL
THOUGHT ROUNDTABLE
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin III

ASIAN AMERICAN
MOBILIZATION AND
MARGINALIZATION:
EXPLORING THE CONTEXT
AND THE CONSTITUENTS
Hilton, Union Square 17 & 18

NATION-BUILDING AND STATEBUILDING: UNDERSTANDING


THE DIVERSITIES OF IDENTITY,
APPROACH, AND OUTCOME
Parc 55, Stockton

ASSOCIATION FRANAISE DE SCIENCE


POLITIQUE
87.10

AMERICAN PUBLIC PHILOSOPHY INSTITUTE

110.1

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 13: THE POLITICS OF


COMMUNIST AND FORMER COMMUNIST
COUNTRIES

Thu 2:00 pm

THE CIVIC DIMENSIONS OF


AMERICAN
CONSTITUTIONALISM: AUTHOR
MEETS AUTHOR ROUNDTABLE
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin III

Thu 10:15 am

POLITICAL PARTIES AND


INTEREST GROUPS AFTER
CITIZENS UNITED
Nikko, Monterey I

Thu 8:00 am

CATO INSTITUTE
40.2

Thu 2:00 pm
Room:

WHY ISNT THERE MORE


SCHOLARLY EVALUATION OF
U.S. WARS?
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin I

Fri 7:30 am

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

47

Related Group Panels

Room:

LEGACIES OF COLONIAL
AMERICA: DIVISIONS AND
ACCORD AT THE FOUNDING
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin III

ETHNIC DIVERSITY AND


IDENTITY POLITICS IN POSTCOMMUNIST STATES
Parc 55, Hearst

27.3

CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF THE


CONSTITUTION
52.1

Room:

TAKINGS AND THE AMERICAN


REGIME: REEXAMINING KELO
V. NEW LONDON
Hilton, Imperial B

Fri 11:30 am
Room:
82.1

CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF FEDERALISM

Room:

106.34

23.3

Room:

AUTHORITY MIGRATION IN
FEDERAL SYSTEMS
Parc 55, Mason

Sun 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 28: FEDERALISM AND


INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS

27.2
Room:

FEDERALISMS DIVERSE
FORMS
Parc 55, Balboa

Room:
40.3

Thu 4:15 pm
Room:
46.2

CHRISTIANS IN POLITICAL SCIENCE


12.2
Room:

CHRISTIAN PERSPECTIVES ON
IMMIGRATION POLICY
Nikko, Ballroom II

Thu 8:00 am
Room:
52.2

THE CHURCHILL CENTRE


97.2

Room:

WHAT ABOUT THE


DARDANELLES? A HUNDRED
YEAR RETROSPECTIVE ON
CHURCHILL AT THE
ADMIRALTY IN 1915
Nikko, Ballroom I

Room:
Sat 4:15 pm

Room:

ARISTOCRATIC APOLOGETICS
Hilton, Taylor Room

92.2
Sun 10:15 am

CLAREMONT INSTITUTE FOR THE STUDY OF


STATESMANSHIP AND POLITICAL
PHILOSOPHY
110.3

Room:
87.5

Room:
92.1

Room:
107.2

Room:

AMERICAN INSTITUTIONS
FROM A CONSTITUTIONAL
PERSPECTIVE
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 6
COMPASSION, CRUELTY, AND
THE VIRTUES OF THE
ENLIGHTENMENT
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 6
MEDIEVAL JEWISH POLITICAL
PHILOSOPHY AND THE
QUESTION OF ROOTEDNESS
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 6
REPUBLICANISM, MORALITY,
AND THE COMMON GOOD IN
MODERN POLITICAL
PHILOSOPHY
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 6

Sun 10:15 am

Room:

Room:

ROUNDTABLE ON THE JAFFABERNS DEBATE


Hilton, Continental Ballroom 6

97.4

Room:
Sat 10:15 am

ROUNDTABLE: NATURAL
RIGHTS AND THE PERMISSIVE
NATURAL LAW
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 6
ROUNDTABLE: RECENT TERM
OF THE U.S. SUPREME COURT
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 6
ROUNDTABLE: RECENT WORKS
ON LEO STRAUSS
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 6
WAR, JUSTICE, AND PEACE IN
AMERICAN POLITICAL
THOUGHT
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 6

Thu 2:00 pm

Fri 7:30 am

Fri 9:30 am

Fri 11:30 am

Fri 2:30 pm

Sat 2:00 pm

DIVERSITY IN SECURITY:
PROFESSORS AND
PRACTITIONERS IN
UNCONVENTIONAL DISCOURSE
Parc 55, Powell II

Sat 2:00 pm

HOW PARTY ORGANIZATIONS


SHAPE DEMOCRATIC
OUTCOMES
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin I

Sat 4:15 pm

COMMITTEE ON THE POLITICAL ECONOMY


OF THE GOOD SOCIETY
COMMITTEE ON VIABLE
CONSTITUTIONALISM
COMMUNITARIAN NETWORK

Sun 8:00 am

COMPARATIVE URBAN POLITICS


18.3

URBAN PROTESTS: THE


POLITICS OF SERVICE
PROVISION IN THE SOUTH
Parc 55, Fillmore

Thu 10:15 am

Sat 4:15 pm

COMPLEXITY AND PUBLIC POLICY GROUP


40.4
Room:

48

ROUNDTABLE ON THE WORK


AND LEGACY OF WALTER
BERNS
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 6

Sat 8:00 am

COMMITTEE FOR POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY

Room:
97.3

ROUNDTABLE ON THE WORK


AND LEGACY OF HARRY V.
JAFFA
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 6

Thu 4:15 pm

COMMITTEE FOR ANALYSIS OF MILITARY


OPERATIONS AND STRATEGY

CICERONIAN SOCIETY
110.2
Room:

61.1

ROUNDTABLE ON THE
PROSPECTS FOR THE
CONSERVATIVE MOVEMENT
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 6

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

ROUNDTABLE ON COMPLEXITY
IN POLICY: THE MISSING LINK
Nikko, Monterey I

Fri 7:30 am

CONFERENCE GROUP ON ITALIAN POLITICS


AND SOCIETY
61.2

Room:

INSTITUTIONAL AND PARTY


CHANGE IN ITALY IN A
COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE
Hilton, Union Square 22

Room:

AUTHOR MEETS CRITICS


DENNIS PATTERSON'S MINDS,
BRAINS, AND LAW : THE
CONCEPTUAL FOUNDATIONS
OF LAW AND NEUROSCIENCE .
Hilton, Imperial B

Room:

CIVILIZATION IN EXTREMIS:
FROM COLLAPSE TO A NEW
LEAP IN BEING
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin II

46.3
Room:

GEOPOLITICS AND PRUDENCE


Parc 55, Cyril Magnin II

52.3

PHILOSOPHICAL
ANTHROPOLOGY AND
AUTHENTICITY
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin II

Fri 2:30 pm

CONFERENCE GROUP ON JURISPRUDENCE


AND PUBLIC LAW
87.6

40.5

Room:

66.1
Room:

TAIWAN'S EXTERNAL POLICIES


AND CROSS-STRAIT RELATIONS
Hilton, Golden Gate 5

Fri 11:30 am

87.9

Room:
82.2

Fri 2:30 pm

Room:
107.4

Fri 4:30 pm

Room:
110.4

RE-ENCOUNTERING HOMER:
POETRY, TRAGEDY, AND
POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin II
ROUNDTABLE ON VOEGELINS
LATE MEDITATIONS AND
ESSAYS
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin II
THE PROBLEM OF MULTIPLE
MODERNITIES
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin II
THE SPIRIT AND REALITY OF
POLITICS
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin II

Sat 10:15 am

Sat 8:00 am

Sun 8:00 am

Sun 10:15 am

CONFERENCE GROUP ON THE MIDDLE EAST

Room:

51.40

EUROPEAN CONSORTIUM FOR POLITICAL


RESEARCH

Room:

ISRAEL AND PALESTINE:


ALTERNATIVE PERSPECTIVES
ON STATEHOOD
Hilton, Union Square 25

Fri 11:30 am

26.31

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL
SCIENCE

87.7
Room:

YOUTH POLITICS IN THE


CONTEMPORARY ARAB WORLD
Hilton, Van Ness Room

Sat 10:15 am

CRITICAL POLICY STUDIES


87.8
Room:

TAKING STOCK OF NARRATIVE


POLICY ANALYSIS
Parc 55, Davidson

Room:

40.6

Room:

FRONTIERS IN DISASTER
RESEARCH
Hilton, Golden Gate 1

Sun 8:00 am
Room:

Room:

"WHEREFROM DOES HISTORY


EMERGE?"
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin II

96.15
Thu 10:15 am

Room:
23.4
Room:
27.4
Room:

ARISTOCRATIC SOULS IN
DEMOCRATIC TIMES
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin II
ART, POLITICS AND
LITERATURE
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin II

Sat 2:00 pm

REALISM, FORMALISM AND


EMPIRICAL STUDIES OF
JUDICIAL DECISIONMAKING
ROUNDTABLE
Nikko, Ballroom I

Fri 7:30 am

FRENCH POLITICS GROUP

ERIC VOEGELIN SOCIETY


18.4

RESPONSES TO POLITICAL
CORRUPTION: THE ANTICORRUPTION RECORD
Parc 55, Sutro

FEDERALIST SOCIETY FOR LAW AND


PUBLIC POLICY STUDIES

DISASTERS AND CRISES


107.3

Thu 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 26: LAW AND COURTS

92.3

Room:
Sat 10:15 am

LONDON CALLING OR THE


FINAL COUNTDOWN? JUDICIAL
BEHAVIOR ON EUROPEAN
COURTS
Hilton, Golden Gate 1

COALITION GOVERNMENTS
AND LEGISLATIVE
BARGAINING
Hilton, Union Square 16

Sat 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 14: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS OF ADVANCED INDUSTRIAL SOCIETIES
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 22: LEGISLATIVE STUDIES

Thu 2:00 pm

87.10
Thu 4:15 pm
Room:

MAURICE DUVERGER AND


SEMI-PRESIDENTIALISM
Hilton, Union Square 23

Sat 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by Association Franaise de Science Politique

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

49

Related Group Panels

Room:

TAIWAN'S DOMESTIC POLITICS,


VOTING, AND MASS OPINION
Hilton, Imperial A

Fri 9:30 am

Sat 10:15 am

CONFERENCE GROUP ON TAIWAN STUDIES


61.3

Fri 7:30 am

GLOBAL FORUM OF CHINESE POLITICAL


SCIENTISTS

INTERPRETIVE METHODOLOGIES AND


METHODS

66.2

17.57

Room:
97.5

Room:

CATCHING TIGERS AND FLIES:


XI JINPING AND THE RULE OF
LAW IN CHINA
Hilton, Golden Gate 6
CHINESE FOREIGN POLICY
TODAY: CHANGES AND
CONTINUITIES
Hilton, Golden Gate 2

Fri 4:30 pm

Room:
Sat 4:15 pm

106.45
Room:

HABITATION, HABITABILITY,
JUSTICE 1
Hilton, Union Square 24

Room:

Room:

HABITATION, HABITABILITY,
JUSTICE 2
Hilton, Union Square 24

51.44

Room:

66.3

Room:

NARRATIVES OF ECOLOGY:
ANIMAL, VEGETABLE,
MINERAL
Hilton, Union Square 14

96.41
Room:

Room:

DIVERSITY AND THE


ECONOMIC CRISIS. AN IBERIAN
COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE
Parc 55, Powell I

45.45

Thu 10:15 am

Room:

AMERICAN INDIAN TRIBAL


NATIONS: SOVEREIGNTY,
POWER, AND
INTERGOVERNMENTAL
RELATIONS
Hilton, Imperial B

Room:

97.7

Room:

ROUNDTABLE: SHAUL
SHENHAVS BOOK,
"ANALYZING SOCIAL
NARRATIVES"
Hilton, Van Ness Room

Fri 9:30 am

THE METHODS CAFE


Nikko, Ballroom II

Thu 12:15 pm

VISUALIZING AND
INTERPRETING CHINA IN IR:
NEW METHODOLOGICAL
DIVERSITIES
Parc 55, Mason

Sat 4:15 pm

IPSA RESEARCH COMMITTEE #1 (CONCEPTS


AND METHODS)
22.58

Sat 4:15 pm
Room:

CHALLENGES OF CONCEPTFORMATION AND


MEASUREMENT
Hilton, Sutter Room

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE


METHODS

22.59

82.4

Room:

Room:

Sat 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE


METHODS

INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE


STUDY OF GERMAN POLITICS
CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN
GERMAN FOREIGN POLICY
Nikko, Ballroom I

LINKING INTERPRETATION
AND CAUSAL INFERENCE
Hilton, Union Square 13

Sat 8:00 am

INTELLIGENCE STUDIES GROUP


DIVERSITIES OF
INTELLIGENCE INQUIRY IN
THE POST-SNOWDEN ERA
Hilton, Continental Parlor 7

Room:

19.1
Room:

INSTITUTE FOR CONSTITUTIONAL STUDIES


97.6

Fri 11:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE


METHODS

INDIGENOUS STUDIES NETWORK


82.3

ETHNOGRAPHY,
INTERPRETATION, AND THE
STUDY OF IDENTITY POLITICS
Hilton, Union Square 22

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE


METHODS

Fri 4:30 pm

IBERIAN POLITICS
18.5

Thu 4:15 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE


METHODS

Sun 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL


SCIENCE

CHALLENGES OF FIELD AND


ETHNOGRAPHIC RESEARCH
Hilton, Union Square 15

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE


METHODS

Sun 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL


SCIENCE

110.5

Thu 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE


METHODS

26.50

GREEN POLITICS AND THEORY

AUTHOR MEETS READERS:


FREDERIC SCHAFFER'S
"ELUCIDATING SOCIAL
SCIENCE CONCEPTS"
Hilton, Powell Room

Sat 8:00 am

VARIETIES OF DESCRIPTION IN
THE SOCIAL SCIENCES
Hilton, Union Square 5 & 6

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE


METHODS

IPSA RESEARCH COMMITTEE #12 (BIOLOGY


AND POLITICS)
52.4
Room:

50

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

CURRENT RESEARCH IN
BIOLOGY AND POLITICS
Hilton, Union Square 21

Fri 11:30 am

IPSA RESEARCH COMMITTEE #36 (POWER)


110.6
Room:

POWER IN 21ST CENTURY


WORLD POLITICS
Hilton, Imperial A

Room:

Room:
17.21

Room:

GENDER IN CONTEMPORARY
JAPANESE POLITICS
Hilton, Union Square 3 & 4
USING WITHIN-COUNTRY
INSTITUTIONAL DIVERSITY
FOR CAUSAL IDENTIFICATION
IN JAPAN
Hilton, Sutter Room

Thu 10:15 am

Room:

66.4

Room:

WORK, WAGES & HEALTH:


WHAT'S THE STATE GOT TO DO
WITH IT?
Hilton, Union Square 25

Sat 4:15 pm
Room:

LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES ASSOCIATION

Room:

DEVELOPMENT, DEMOCRACY,
AND SOCIOECONOMIC RIGHTS
IN LATIN AMERICA
Hilton, Union Square 17 & 18

Fri 2:30 pm

LGBTQ POLITICS AND


POLITICAL SCIENCE: A
CRITICAL ASSESSMENT
ROUNDTABLE
Hilton, Franciscan C
PUBLIC OPINION, POLITICAL
PARTICIPATION AND LGBT
RIGHTS
Parc 55, Powell I

74.7

Room:

RECEPTION FOR LGBT


COMMITTEE, LGBT CAUCUS,
AND SEXUALITY & POLITICS
SECTION
Nikko, Carmel II

STATESMANSHIP, CITIZENSHIP,
AND CONSTITUTIONALISM:
ANCIENT AND MODERN
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin III

Room:

92.4

NATIONAL HUMANITIES INSTITUTE

Room:
103.2

Room:

RECEPTION FOR REP, LATINO


CAUCUS, LATINO COMMITTEE,
AND ASIAN PACIFIC
COMMITTEE
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 6

46.4

Sat 7:30 pm
Room:

LAW AND POLITICAL PROCESS STUDY


GROUP

Room:

POLITICAL PARTIES AND


CAMPAIGN FINANCE IN THE
POST-CITIZENS UNITED WORLD
Hilton, Mason Room

Fri 7:30 pm

FROM THE ABSTRACT TO THE


CONCRETE: POLITICAL
PHILOSOPHY AND SOCIAL
ACTION
Parc 55, Sutro

Thu 4:15 pm

Fri 9:30 am

POLICY STUDIES ORGANIZATION

Co-sponsored by APSA Panels and All Meetings and


Receptions
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND
POLITICS

87.11

Fri 2:30 pm

MCCONNELL CENTER FOR POLITICAL


LEADERSHIP
27.5

Sat 2:00 pm

Fri 4:30 pm

Co-sponsored by APSA Panels and All Meetings and


Receptions
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 47: SEXUALITY AND
POLITICS

LATINO CAUCUS IN POLITICAL SCIENCE


LATINAS IN AMERICAN
POLITICS: GETTING ELECTED
AND EFFECTING POLICIES
Nikko, Ballroom III

Fri 11:30 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 47: SEXUALITY AND


POLITICS

Sat 8:00 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL


SCIENCE
Co-sponsored by Poverty, Inequality, and Public Policy
Caucus

61.4

Room:
60.42

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL


SCIENCE

81.58

LGBT POLICY AND POLITICSCOMPARATIVE AND


INTERNATIONAL
PERSPECTIVES
Parc 55, Powell I

POLITICA: STUDY OF MEDIEVAL POLITICAL


THOUGHT
107.5

Room:

ROUNDTABLE ON THE
MEANING AND LEGACY OF
THE MAGNA CARTA
Nikko, Ballroom I

Sun 8:00 am

Sat 10:15 am

POLITICAL FORECASTING GROUP


12.3
Room:

FORECASTING THE 2015 UK


PARLIAMENTARY ELECTION
Hilton, Imperial A

Thu 8:00 am

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

51

Related Group Panels

Room:

Fri 2:30 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 47: SEXUALITY AND


POLITICS

LABOR PROJECT
LABOR AND THE SOUTH IN
AMERICAN POLITICS
Hilton, Imperial A

51.45

Thu 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 14: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS OF ADVANCED INDUSTRIAL SOCIETIES
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND
ELECTORAL SYSTEMS

97.8

ROUNDTABLE ON THE VOTING


RIGHTS ACT AT 50
Hilton, Union Square 1 & 2

LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL, AND


TRANSGENDER CAUCUS

JAPAN POLITICAL STUDIES GROUP


18.6

61.5

Sun 10:15 am

POLITICAL STUDIES ASSOCIATION


74.4
Room:

FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL
THEORY RECEPTION
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin Foyer

RUSSIAN POLITICS GROUP


Fri 7:30 pm

22.55

Co-sponsored by APSA Panels and All Meetings and


Receptions

Room:
82.5

Room:

SHALE POLITICS AND POLICY


IN COMPARATIVE
PERSPECTIVE: UK, US, EUROPE
Hilton, Union Square 5 & 6

66.5
Room:

IRELAND: WHERE ARE WE


NOW?
Hilton, Imperial B

65.12

81.58

Room:

WORK, WAGES & HEALTH:


WHAT'S THE STATE GOT TO DO
WITH IT?
Hilton, Union Square 25

Room:

91.25

Sat 8:00 am
Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL


SCIENCE
Co-sponsored by Labor Project

Room:

POLITICAL SCIENTISTS AS
POLITICAL ACTORS: THE CASE
OF SCHOOL BOARDS
Hilton, Imperial B

Sat 4:15 pm

PROJECT ON THE AMERICAN CONSTITUTION


61.6
Room:

LIBERALISM, ANTIQUITY, AND


THE AMERICAN FOUNDING
Hilton, Union Square 19 & 20

107.6

Room:

Room:

FEDERALISM, POLICY, AND


PARTISANSHIP
Parc 55, Divisadero

Fri 4:30 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 28: FEDERALISM AND


INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS

23.5
Room:

THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION


AND AMERICAN FEDERALISM
Nikko, Ballroom I

Room:

97.10

THE POLITICS OF CITIZENSHIP


EDUCATION IN POSTCOMMUNIST COUNTRIES
Parc 55, Sutro

Sat 4:15 pm

SOCIETY FOR GREEK POLITICAL THOUGHT


97.11
Room:

110.7
Room:

HUMANITY AND DIVINITY IN


ANCIENT POLITICAL THOUGHT
Parc 55, Embarcadero

Sat 4:15 pm

40.7

Thu 4:15 pm

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

SOCIETY FOR ROMANIAN


STUDIES
Hilton, Imperial B

Sun 10:15 am

SOCIETY OF CATHOLIC SOCIAL SCIENTISTS

Room:

52

Sun 8:00 am

SOCIETY FOR ROMANIAN STUDIES

RUSSIAN POLITICAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION


POLITICAL SCIENCE IN RUSSIA:
REFLECTIONS ON 60 YEARS OF
DEVELOPMENT
Nikko, Ballroom I

U.S.-RUSSIAN RELATIONS: IS
THERE A WAY OUT OF THE
DEAD-END?
Hilton, Imperial B

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 28: FEDERALISM AND


INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS

27.6

Sat 2:00 pm

SLOVENIAN POLITICAL SCIENCE


ASSOCIATION

Room:
65.25

SOCIAL POLICY IN NONDEMOCRACIES: DYNAMICS OF


SOCIAL POLICY DEBATES IN
RUSSIA
Parc 55, Hearst

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL


SECURITY

Fri 2:30 pm

PUBLIUS: THE JOURNAL OF FEDERALISM

Fri 4:30 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 13: THE POLITICS OF


COMMUNIST AND FORMER COMMUNIST
COUNTRIES

PRACTICING POLITICS
97.9

NEW DIRECTIONS IN
RESEARCH ON STATES,
MARKETS, AND INSTITUTIONS
IN EURASIA
Parc 55, Hearst

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 13: THE POLITICS OF
COMMUNIST AND FORMER COMMUNIST
COUNTRIES

Fri 4:30 pm

POVERTY, INEQUALITY, AND PUBLIC POLICY


CAUCUS

Thu 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE


DEMOCRATIZATION

Sat 8:00 am

POLITICAL STUDIES ASSOCIATION OF


IRELAND (PSAI)

AUTHORITARIAN LEGACIES
AND CHALLENGES TO POSTAUTHORITARIAN
DEMOCRACIES
Hilton, Golden Gate 7

REFLECTIONS ON THE
POLITICAL THOUGHT OF FR.
JAMES V. SCHALL: REASON,
REVELATION AND POLITICS
ROUNDTABLE
Hilton, Imperial A

Fri 7:30 am

78.1

SOUTHEAST ASIAN POLITICS


87.12

Room:

DEMOCRACY & SECURITY IN


SOUTHEAST ASIA: VARIED
PERSPECTIVES
Parc 55, Sutro

Sat 10:15 am

Room:
17.52

Room:

TAKING IT TO THE STREETS:


SOCIAL RESISTANCE & STATE
RESPONSES IN SOUTHEAST
ASIA
Nikko, Carmel II

Thu 10:15 am

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL
SCIENCE
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE
DEMOCRATIZATION

92.5

Room:

IMMIGRATION: LEGAL,
POLITICAL AND MORAL
CONSIDERATIONS IN THE
UNITED STATES ROUNDTABLE
Hilton, Imperial B

Sat 2:00 pm

Room:

48.1
Room:

APSA ALL-MEMBER MEETING


Hilton, Continental Ballroom 4

Fri 11:00 am

8.1
Room:

APSA AWARDS CEREMONY


Hilton, Imperial B

Wed 6:30 pm

1.1
Room:

APSA COUNCIL MEETING


Hilton, Franciscan A

Wed 8:00 am

42.1

APSA ETHICS COMMITTEE


BUSINESS MEETING
Hilton, Executive Conf. Ctr. Marina Room

Room:

WOMEN'S CAUCUS FOR POLITICAL SCIENCE

Room:

27.7

Room:
74.12

Room:

HONORING WOMEN OF COLOR


RECEPTION: WOMEN & POL.
SECTION, WOMENS CAUCUS &
COMM.
Hilton, Franciscan D

Thu 7:30 pm
Room:
28.1
Room:

Co-sponsored by APSA Panels and All Meetings and


Receptions
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS

89.3

LATINAS IN AMERICAN
POLITICS: BRIDGING THE GAP
BETWEEN
INTERSECTIONALITY AND
ELECTABILITY
Hilton, Continental Parlor 1

Room:

WOMEN IN THE PROFESSION


RECEPTION: WOMEN &
POLITICS, WOMENS CAUCUS &
COMMITTEE
Nikko, Ballroom II

Thu 4:15 pm

35.1

APSA PANELS AND ALL MEETINGS


AND RECEPTIONS

Room:

111TH APSA ANNUAL MEETING


PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS:
AMERICAN POLITICS, AND
POLITICAL SCIENCE, IN AN
ERA OF GROWING RACIAL
DIVERSITY AND ECONOMIC
DISPARITY
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5

Fri 8:30 am

APSA INTERNATIONAL
Fri 8:30 am
COMMITTEEE BUSINESS
MEETING
Hilton, Executive Conf. Ctr. Presidio Room
APSA MENA/POMEPS
RECEPTION
Offsite, Redford (673 Geary Street)
ETHICS ROUNDTABLE
FOLLOW-UP: APSA MEMBER
DISCUSSION: REVISING ETHICS
GUIDELINES FOR HUMAN
SUBJECTS RESEARCH
Hilton, Union Square 14

Thu 6:00 pm

Sat 12:30 pm

Room:

APSA MENTORING
NETWORKING RECEPTION
Hilton, Union Square 17 & 18

36.1
Room:

APSA OPENING RECEPTION


Hilton, Continental Ballroom 4

13.1

APSA RALPH BUNCHE SUMMER


Thu 8:30 am
INSTITUTE (RBSI)
ORIENTATION MEETING
Hilton, Executive Conf. Ctr. Presidio Room

Thu 7:30 pm

Fri 7:30 pm

Co-sponsored by APSA Panels and All Meetings and


Receptions
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS

29.1

Fri 4:30 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND


POLITICS

42.2
35.4

20TH ANNIVERSARY PLENARY:


EVALUATING THE REP
SECTIONS IMPACT ON
POLITICAL SCIENCE
Hilton, Continental Parlor 1

Sat 7:00 am

Room:
95.1

Thu 6:15 pm
Room:
88.1
Room:
20.1

Room:

APSA-IPSA ROUNDTABLE:
PERSPECTIVES ON
INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH &
METHODS WORKSHOPS
Hilton, Franciscan A
APSR EDITORIAL BOARD
MEETING
Hilton, Vista
AD HOC COMMITTEE ON
GOVERNANCE REFORM OPEN
FORUM
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5

Thu 7:30 pm

Sat 4:15 pm

Sat 12:00 pm

Thu 12:30 pm

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

53

Related Group Panels

WALTER BAGEHOT RESEARCH COUNCIL ON


NATIONAL SOVEREIGNTY

64.1

DIVISION CHAIRS - PROGRAM


COMMITTEE MEETING: 2016
APSA DIVISION CHAIRS PROGRAM COMMITTEE
MEETING
Hilton, Continental Parlour 8

30.1
Room:
98.1

Room:
30.2

Room:
80.1
Room:
16.1

Room:
83.1

Room:
102.2

Room:
24.1
Room:
30.3
Room:
36.2
Room:
67.1

Room:
89.1
Room:
71.1

Room:

AFRICAN POLITICS SECTION


BUSINESS MEETING
Hilton, Golden Gate 2
ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN
CAUCUS (APAC) BUSINESS
MEETING
Hilton, Union Square 15
ASSOCIATION OF KOREAN
POLITICAL STUDIES BUSINESS
MEETING
Hilton, Golden Gate 1
BACKLASH AND MARRIAGE
EQUALITY LITIGATION
Nikko, Carmel I
BEST PRACTICES TO ACHIEVE
AND SUSTAIN GENDER
EQUALITY: ARE WE THERE
YET?
Hilton, Franciscan A

Thu 6:30 pm

Room:
89.2
Room:
Thu 6:30 pm

CANADIAN POLITICS SECTION


RECEPTION
Nikko, Mendocino II
CHRISTIANS IN POLITICAL
SCIENCE RELATED GROUP
BUSINESS MEETING
Hilton, Union Square 21
CLASS AND INEQUALITY
SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
Hilton, Union Square 15
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL
SCIENCE RECEPTION
Hilton, Golden Gate 4

98.2
Room:
102.1

Sat 8:00 am
Room:
30.4
Thu 10:15 am
Room:
67.3

Sat 7:30 pm

Room:
73.1
Room:
35.2

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY
Thu 2:30 pm
PRESS - AUTHOR INTERVIEWS
Hilton, Executive Conf. Ctr. Marina Room
CANADIAN POLITICS SECTION
BUSINESS MEETING
Nikko, Mendocino I

Room:
74.3

Thu 6:30 pm
Room:
67.4
Thu 7:30 pm
Room:
70.1

Room:
67.2

Room:

54

COMMITTEE ON THE STATUS


OF BLACKS AND NCOBPS
RECEPTION
Nikko, Monterey II
COMPARATIVE
DEMOCRATIZATION SECTION
BUSINESS MEETING
Nikko, Mendocino II

Fri 7:30 pm

Sat 12:30 pm

Fri 7:00 pm

COMPARATIVE POLITICS
SECTION RECEPTION
Nikko, Ballroom III

Sat 6:30 pm

Sat 7:30 pm

CONFERENCE GROUP ON
Thu 6:30 pm
ITALIAN POLITICS (CONGRIPS)
BUSINESS MEETING
Hilton, Executive Conf. Ctr. Seacliff Room
CONFERENCE GROUP ON
TAIWAN STUDIES BUSINESS
MEETING
Parc 55, Mission I
CONFERENCE GROUP ON
TAIWAN STUDIES RECEPTION
Parc 55, Mission II
CONFERENCE FOR THE STUDY
OF POLITICAL THOUGHT
RECEPTION
Parc 55, Embarcadero
CONFLICT PROCESSES
SECTION & FOREIGN POLICY
SECTION RECEPTION
Hilton, East Lounge
CONFLICT PROCESSES
SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
Hilton, Continental Parlor 3

Fri 6:30 pm

Fri 7:30 pm

Thu 7:30 pm

Fri 7:30 pm

Fri 6:30 pm

57.1
Room:

DA-RT INITIATIVE MEETING


Fri 2:30 pm
Hilton, Executive Conf. Ctr. Seacliff Room

4.1

DA-RT MEETING: DA-RT


MEETING (INVITE ONLY)
Hilton, Union Square 5 & 6

Room:

54.1
Room:
36.3

Fri 6:30 pm

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

COMPARATIVE POLITICS
SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
Nikko, Ballroom I

Room:

95.2

Fri 7:30 pm

COMPARATIVE POLITICS
Sat 12:30 pm
JOURNAL BUSINESS MEETING
Hilton, Executive Conf. Ctr. Marina Room

CORNELL UNIVERSITY
DEPARTMENT OF
GOVERNMENT RECEPTION
Hilton, Golden Gate 7

Fri 6:30 pm

Room:
74.1

COMPARATIVE
DEMOCRATIZATION SECTION
RECEPTION
Nikko, Peninsula

Sat 6:30 pm

BUSINESS MEETING FOR CIVIC


Sat 8:30 am
EDUCATION AND
ENGAGEMENT COMMITTEE
Hilton, Executive Conf. Ctr. Marina Room
CUNY GRADUATE CENTER
POLITICAL SCIENCE PROGRAM
RECEPTION
Hilton, Union Square 14

74.2

Room:

DSP NON-ACADEMIC JOBS


ROUNDTABLE
Nikko, Ballroom III
DEPARTMENT CHAIRS'
LUNCHEON
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin III
DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL
SCIENCE, UNIVERSITY OF
TORONTO RECEPTION
Hilton, Taylor Room

Fri 7:00 pm

Wed 11:30 am

Sat 4:15 pm

Fri 12:30 pm

Thu 7:30 pm

50.1

Room:
64.2

Room:
70.2

Room:
38.1

73.2

Room:
67.5

Room:
44.1
Room:
98.3

Room:
102.3
Room:
80.2
Room:
20.2

Room:
30.5
Room:
20.3
Room:
30.6

Room:

DO BLACKS LIVES MATTER?:


ANALYZING POLICE KILLINGS
OF UNARMED BLACK CITIZENS
Hilton, Franciscan D
DUKE UNIVERSITY
DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL
SCIENCE RECEPTION
Hilton, Golden Gate 5
EITM - EMPIRICAL
IMPLICATIONS OF
THEORETICAL MODELS
BUSINESS MEETING
Hilton, Union Square 1 & 2
ELECTIONS & VOTING
BEHAVIOR, PUBLIC OPINION,
AND POLITICAL
COMMUNICATION SECTIONS'
RECEPTION
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin II
ELECTIONS AND VOTING
BEHAVIOR SECTION BUSINESS
MEETING
Parc 55, Embarcadero
EMERGING SCHOLARS IN
LATINO POLITICS
Hilton, Golden Gate 2
ERIC VOEGELIN SOCIETY
RELATED GROUP BUSINESS
MEETING
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin II
ERIC VOEGELIN SOCIETY
RELATED GROUP RECEPTION
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin III
ETHICS COMMITTEE
ROUNDTABLE
Hilton, Golden Gate 1
EUROPEAN POLITICS &
SOCIETY SECTION BUSINESS
MEETING
Hilton, Union Square 22
EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH
SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
Parc 55, Market Street
FEDERAL BUDGET REFORM
PROJECT
Hilton, Union Square 13
FEDERALISM AND
INTERGOVERNMENTAL
RELATIONS SECTION BUSINESS
MEETING
Hilton, Union Square 15

Fri 11:30 am

35.3

Room:
Fri 4:30 pm

9.1
Room:
67.6

Fri 7:00 pm
Room:
74.4
Fri 7:30 am

Room:

FEDERALISM/
INTERGOVERNMENTAL
RELATIONS SECTION
RECEPTION
Hilton, Union Square 16
FIRST-TIME ATTENDEE
BREAKFAST
Hilton, Imperial B
FOREIGN POLICY SECTION
BUSINESS MEETING
Hilton, Sutter Room
FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL
THEORY RECEPTION
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin Foyer

Thu 7:30 pm

Thu 7:00 am

Fri 6:30 pm

Fri 7:30 pm

Co-sponsored by Political Studies Association

55.1

Fri 7:30 pm

Room:
67.7

Room:

FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL
THEORY SECTION BUSINESS
MEETING
Hilton, Union Square 17 & 18
FRENCH POLITICS GROUP &
ASSOCIATION FRANCAISE DE
SCIENCE POLITIQUE RELATED
GROUP BUSINESS MEETING
Parc 55, Stockton

Fri 1:15 pm

Fri 6:30 pm

Fri 6:30 pm

59.1

Fri 9:30 am

Room:

FROM HURRICANE KATRINA


TO FERGUSON:
ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE,
THE STATE, & VIOLENCE
Hilton, Continental Parlor 7

67.8
Room:

GAUS LECTURE
Hilton, Franciscan A

Fri 6:30 pm

74.5
Room:

GAUS RECEPTION
Hilton, Franciscan B

Fri 7:30 pm

99.1

GRADUATE STUDENT HAPPY


HOUR
Nikko, Ballroom II

Sat 6:30 pm

Sat 7:30 pm

Room:
67.9

Sat 8:00 am
Room:
98.4
Thu 12:30 pm
Room:
102.4
Thu 6:30 pm

Room:
35.4

Thu 12:30 pm
Room:

GREEN POLITICS AND THEORY


RELATED GROUP BUSINESS
MEETING
Parc 55, Mason
HEALTH POLITICS AND POLICY
SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
Hilton, Union Square 1 & 2
HEALTH POLITICS AND POLICY
SECTION RECEPTION
Hilton, Union Square 13
HONORING WOMEN OF COLOR
RECEPTION: WOMEN & POL.
SECTION, WOMENS CAUCUS &
COMM.
Hilton, Franciscan D

Fri 2:30 pm

Sat 6:30 pm

Fri 6:30 pm

Sat 6:30 pm

Sat 7:30 pm

Thu 7:30 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS


Co-sponsored by Women's Caucus for Political Science

Thu 6:30 pm
20.4
Room:

HUMAN RIGHTS SECTION


BUSINESS MEETING
Hilton, Sutter Room

Thu 12:30 pm

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

55

Related Group Panels

Room:

DIVERSITY AND ASIAN


AMERICAN COMMUNITY
INVOLVEMENT: PAST, PRESENT
AND FUTURE
Hilton, Golden Gate 8

101.1
Room:
55.2

Room:
83.2
Room:
35.5
Room:
55.3

Room:
35.6

Room:
67.10

Room:
67.11

Room:
105.1

Room:
68.1
Room:
30.7
Room:
78.2
Room:
55.4
Room:
89.4

Room:
62.1

Room:

HUMAN RIGHTS SECTION


RECEPTION
Hilton, Powell Room
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
AND POLITICS SECTION
BUSINESS MEETING
Hilton, Union Square 21

Sat 7:00 pm

Room:
Fri 1:15 pm

INTERNATIONAL HISTORY AND


POLITICS SECTION BUSINESS
MEETING
Hilton, Union Square 13
INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
AND ARMS CONTROL SECTION
RECEPTION
Hilton, Imperial A
INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
AND ARMS CONTROL SECTION
BUSINESS MEETING
Hilton, Union Square 13
INTERPRETIVE
METHODOLOGIES AND
METHODS RELATED GROUP
BUSINESS MEETING
Parc 55, Hearst
ITALIAN POLITICAL SCIENCE
REVIEW (IPSR) EDITORIAL
BOARD MEETING
Hilton, Green Room

67.13

Thu 7:30 pm

JOURNAL EDITOR'S
BREAKFAST
Parc 55, Stockton

Fri 1:15 pm

JULIA CHOUCAIR VIZOSO


MEETING (INVITATION ONLY):
JULIA CHOUCAIR VIZOSO
COMMITTEE MEETING
(INVITATION ONLY)
Hilton, Executive Conf. Ctr. Marina Room

67.14

31.1

Room:
73.3
Room:
Fri 6:30 pm

38.2

Room:
Fri 6:30 pm

70.3
Room:
76.1

Sun 8:00 am

Room:
103.1

Room:
69.1

LABOR PROJECT RELATED


GROUP BUSINESS MEEETING
Parc 55, Davidson
LATINO/A CAUCUS IN
POLITICAL SCIENCE RELATED
GROUP BUSINESS MEETING
Parc 55, Fillmore
LAW AND COURTS SECTION
BUSINESS MEETING
Nikko, Ballroom III
LAW AND COURTS SECTION
LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT
AWARD AND SPECIAL PANEL
HONORING DONALD SONGER
Hilton, Golden Gate 3

LEGISLATIVE STUDIES
SECTION RECEPTION
Nikko, Ballroom I
MIT DEPARTMENT OF
POLITICAL SCIENCE
RECEPTION
Nikko, Mendocino I

MEET THE EDITORS (APSA)


Nikko, Monterey II

67.15

MIGRATION AND CITIZENSHIP


SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
Hilton, Taylor Room

Room:
9.2

Room:
32.1

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

LEGISLATIVE STUDIES
SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
Nikko, Ballroom I

80.3
Room:

Sat 12:30 pm

Fri 3:00 pm

LEGISLATIVE STUDIES
QUARTERLY EDITORIAL
BOARD BREAKFAST MEETING
Hilton, Vista

Room:

Thu 6:30 pm

Sat 7:00 am

LAW AND COURTS SECTION


RECEPTION
Nikko, Ballroom III

MPSA 2016 PROGRAM


COMMITTEE MEETING &
RECEPTION
Parc 55, Market Street

Room:
59.2
Room:
55.6
Room:

56

LGBT CAUCUS BUSINESS


MEETING
Parc 55, Balboa

Fri 1:15 pm

Fri 6:30 pm

Fri 6:30 pm

Fri 6:30 pm

Thu 6:30 pm

Thu 7:30 pm

JOURNAL OF CONFLICT
Fri 1:15 pm
RESOLUTION BOARD MEETING
Hilton, Executive Conf. Ctr. Seacliff Room
JOURNAL OF POLITICAL
SCIENCE EDUCATION
EDITORIAL BOARD MEETING
Hilton, Green Room

Room:

Room:

JACK MILLER CENTER


Fri 6:30 pm
RECEPTION
Offsite, Sir Francis Drake Franciscan Ballroom
JAPAN POLITICAL STUDIES
GROUP BUSINESS MEETING
Hilton, Union Square 23

67.12
Room:

INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION
Sat 8:30 am
LEADERS BREAKFAST
Hilton, Executive Conf. Ctr. Seacliff Room
INTERNATIONAL ATTENDEES
RECEPTION
Hilton, Vista

55.5

Fri 7:30 pm

Fri 7:30 am

Fri 7:00 pm

Fri 8:00 pm

Sat 7:30 pm

Fri 6:30 pm

Sat 8:00 am

Fri 6:30 pm

MINORITY STUDENT
Thu 7:00 am
RECRUITMENT PROGRAM
(MSRP) MEETING
Hilton, Executive Conf. Ctr. Presidio Room
NCOBPS EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
Thu 6:30 pm
MEETING
Hilton, Executive Conf. Ctr. Presidio Room
NEH@50: HUMANITIES AND
THE COMMON GOOD
Nikko, Monterey I
NEW POLITICAL SCIENCE
EDITORIAL BOARD MEETING
Parc 55, Sutro

Fri 2:30 pm

Fri 1:15 pm

68.2

Room:
20.5

Room:
30.8
Room:

Room:
74.6

Room:
37.1
Room:
100.1
Room:
37.3

Room:
20.6

Room:
5.1
Room:
16.2

Room:
53.1

Room:
89.5
Room:
108.1

Room:

Fri 6:30 pm

Room:
67.17
Room:
55.7

NEW POLITICAL SCIENCE


Thu 12:30 pm
PUBLICATIONS EXECUTIVE
COMMITTEE BUSINESS
MEETING
Hilton, Executive Conf. Ctr. Seacliff Room
NEW POLITICAL SCIENCE
SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
Hilton, Continental Parlor 1
NEW POLITICAL SCIENCE
SECTION RECEPTION
Hilton, Imperial B
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY WILF
FAMILY DEPARTMENT OF
POLITICS RECEPTION
Hilton, Continental Parlor 1
ORGANIZED SECTION CHAIRS
BREAKFAST
Hilton, Continental Parlour 8
OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
RECEPTION
Hilton, Franciscan D
PS: POLITICAL SCIENCE AND
POLITICS EDITORIAL BOARD
MEETING BREAKFAST
Parc 55, Sutro
PARTISAN GRIDLOCK IN
WASHINGTON: POLITICAL
THEORY IS ONE THING, BUT
WHAT ARE THE POLITICAL
PROS SAYING?
Hilton, Powell Room

Thu 6:30 pm

PERSPECTIVES ON POLITICS
EDITORIAL BOARD MEETING
LUNCH
Hilton, Vista

Room:
70.4
Room:
20.7
Room:

Fri 8:00 pm

67.18
Room:

Fri 7:30 pm

67.19
Room:
73.4

Fri 7:00 am
Room:
89.6
Sat 7:00 pm
Room:
Fri 7:00 am

20.8

Room:
Thu 12:30 pm

67.20
Room:
55.8

PARTY PERSONNEL STRATEGY


Wed 12:30 pm
WORKSHOP
Hilton, Executive Conf. Ctr. Seacliff Room
PERESTROIKA AND
PERSPECTIVES: U.S. POLITICAL
SCIENCE BETWEEN PAST AND
FUTURE
Hilton, Golden Gate 1

67.16

Room:
67.21

Thu 10:15 am
Room:
67.22

Fri 12:00 pm

Room:

PI SIGMA ALPHA BUSINESS


Sat 12:30 pm
MEETING
Hilton, Executive Conf. Ctr. Seacliff Room

78.3

POLICY STUDIES
ORGANIZATION EDITORS
BUSINESS MEETING
Hilton, Vista

55.9

Sun 9:00 am

Room:

Room:

POLITICAL COMMUNICATION
SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
Hilton, Golden Gate 2
POLITICAL ECONOMY SECTION
BUSINESS MEETING
Hilton, Union Square 16
POLITICAL EPISTEMOLOGY
SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
Hilton, Lombard Room
POLITICAL EPISTEMOLOGY
SECTION RECEPTION
Parc 55, Balboa
POLITICAL FORECASTING
GROUP BUSINESS MEETING
Parc 55, Divisadero
POLITICAL METHODOLOGY
SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
Hilton, Continental Parlor 2
POLITICAL NETWORKS
DIVISION BUSINESS MEETING
Hilton, Union Square 15
POLITICAL NETWORKS
SECTION RECEPTION
Hilton, Union Square 14
POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS
AND PARTIES SECTION
BUSINESS MEETING
Hilton, Union Square 3 & 4
POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS
AND PARTIES SECTION
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MEETING
Parc 55, Mission II
POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY
SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
Hilton, Union Square 23
POLITICAL RESEARCH
QUARTERLY EDITORIAL
BOARD LUNCHEON
Parc 55, Lombard
POLITICAL SCIENCE
EDUCATION BUSINESS
MEETING
Nikko, Carmel I
POLITICAL THOUGHT IN THE
ANTHROPOCENE, FEAURING
DIPESH CHAKRABARTY:
POLITICAL THOUGHT IN THE
ANTHROPOCENE, FEATURING
DIPESH CHAKRABARTY
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin I
POLITICS & GENDER JOURNAL
EDITORIAL BOARD MEETING
Hilton, Green Room
POLITICS & POLICY
EDITORIAL BOARD MEETING
Hilton, Union Square 15

Fri 6:30 pm

Fri 6:30 pm

Fri 1:15 pm

Fri 7:00 pm

Thu 12:30 pm

Fri 6:30 pm

Fri 6:30 pm

Fri 7:30 pm

Sat 12:30 pm

Thu 12:30 pm

Fri 6:30 pm

Fri 1:15 pm

Fri 6:30 pm

Fri 6:30 pm

Sat 7:00 am

Fri 1:15 pm

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

57

Related Group Panels

77.1

NEW POLITICAL SCIENCE


LECTURE: BEHIND THE
KITCHEN DOOR, FEATURING
SARU JAYARAMAN, DIRECTOR
OF THE FOOD LABOR
RESEARCH CENTER, UC
BERKELEY
Hilton, Imperial A

67.23
Room:
73.5
Room:
30.9

POLITICS AND HISTORY


SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
Hilton, Union Square 24
POLITICS AND HISTORY
SECTION RECEPTION
Hilton, Union Square 25

Room:

POLITICS, LITERATURE AND


FILM SECTION BUSINESS
MEETING
Hilton, Union Square 14

37.2
Room:

POLITY BUSINESS MEETING


Hilton, Green Room

85.10

POSTER SESSION VII: POSTER


SESSION: RBSI SCHOLARS
Hilton, Grand Ballroom

Room:
98.5
Room:
89.7

Room:
35.7
Room:
33.1

Room:
55.10
Room:
20.9

Room:
55.11
Room:
78.4

Room:
35.8

Room:
30.10

Room:
55.12
Room:

58

PRACTICING POLITICS
WORKING GROUP MEETING
Hilton, Green Room
PRESIDENTS & EXECUTIVE
POLITICS SECTION BUSINESS
MEETING
Hilton, Union Square 17 & 18
PRESIDENTS & EXECUTIVE
POLITICS SECTION RECEPTION
Parc 55, Divisadero
PRESIDENTS AND EXECUTIVE
POLITICS SECTION STEERING
COMMITTEE MEETING
Parc 55, Davidson
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
Hilton, Sutter Room

Fri 6:30 pm

Fri 7:30 pm

PUBLIUS: THE JOURNAL OF


FEDERALISM EDITORIAL
BOARD & ADVISORY COUNCIL
BREAKFAST MEETING
Parc 55, Mission II
QUALITATIVE AND MULTIMETHOD RESEARCH &
INTERNATIONAL HISTORY AND
POLITICS SECTIONS'
RECEPTION
Nikko, Carmel I
QUALITATIVE AND MULTIMETHOD RESEARCH SECTION
BUSINESS MEETING
Nikko, Carmel II
RBSI WORKING GROUP
COMMITTEE MEETING
Hilton, Executive Conf. Ctr. Marina Room

Room:

RBSI/MFP ALUMNI
NETWORKING RECEPTION
Nikko, Carmel I

89.9
Room:

REP BUSINESS MEETING


Parc 55, Powell I

74.8

RECEPTION HONORING
TEACHING
Nikko, Golden Gate

Thu 6:30 pm
Room:
74.7
Fri 7:00 am
Room:
Sat 10:15 am

RECEPTION FOR LGBT


COMMITTEE, LGBT CAUCUS,
AND SEXUALITY & POLITICS
SECTION
Nikko, Carmel II

Sat 7:30 pm

Sat 12:30 pm

Fri 7:30 pm

Fri 7:30 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 47: SEXUALITY AND


POLITICS
Co-sponsored by Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender
Caucus

Sat 6:30 pm
103.2

Sat 12:30 pm
Room:

RECEPTION FOR REP, LATINO


CAUCUS, LATINO COMMITTEE,
AND ASIAN PACIFIC
COMMITTEE
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 6

Sat 7:30 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND


POLITICS
Co-sponsored by Latino Caucus in Political Science

Thu 7:30 pm
89.8

Thu 7:00 pm
Room:

REFLECTIONS ON THE IMPACT


OF MARTHA DERTHICK ON
POLITICAL SCIENCE
Hilton, Continental Parlor 3

Sat 12:30 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 28: FEDERALISM AND


INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS

55.13
Fri 1:15 pm
Room:
30.11

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
Thu 12:30 pm
SECTION EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
MEETING
Hilton, Executive Conf. Ctr. Presidio Room
PUBLIC POLICY SECTION
BUSINESS MEETING
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin II

102.5

Fri 1:15 pm

Room:
35.9
Room:
55.14

Sat 7:00 am
Room:
30.12

Thu 7:30 pm

Room:
80.4
Room:
67.24

Thu 6:30 pm
Room:
34.1

Fri 1:15 pm

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

Room:

RELATED GROUPS (ALL)


MEETING
Nikko, Ballroom III
RELIGION AND POLITICS
SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
Nikko, Monterey I
RELIGION AND POLITICS
SECTION RECEPTION
Nikko, Monterey II
REPRESENTATION AND
ELECTORAL SYSTEMS SECTION
BUSINESS MEETING
Hilton, Green Room
RESEARCH & POLITICS
JOURNAL/SAGE ASSOCIATE
EDITORS MEETING
Hilton, Green Room
RESEARCH SUPPORT
SYMPOSIUM
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5
RUSSIAN POLITICS GROUP
BUSINESS MEETING
Parc 55, Lombard
RUTGERS UNIVERSITY
DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL
SCIENCE RECEPTION
Hilton, Union Square 21

Fri 1:15 pm

Thu 6:30 pm

Thu 7:30 pm

Fri 1:15 pm

Thu 6:30 pm

Sat 8:00 am

Fri 6:30 pm

Thu 7:00 pm

55.15

Room:
67.25
Room:
6.1

Room:
3.1

6.2
Room:
6.3
Room:
6.4
Room:
2.1

Room:
2.2

Room:
6.5

Room:
3.2

Room:
3.3
Room:
3.4

Room:
6.6

Room:

SEXUALITY AND POLITICS


SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
Parc 55, Powell I
SHORT COURSE: BUILDING
INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARLY
PARTNERSHIPS
Hilton, Union Square 3 & 4
SHORT COURSE: COALITION
BUILDING TO ADVANCE
DIVERSE LEADERSHIP AND
ADDRESS DISCRIMINATION IN
POLITICAL SCIENCE
Hilton, Union Square 22
SHORT COURSE: COMPARATIVE
APPROACHES TO THE CITY
Hilton, Union Square 17 & 18
SHORT COURSE: DEPARTMENT
LEADERSHIP
Hilton, Union Square 15
SHORT COURSE: DESIGNING
MULTI-METHOD RESEARCH
Hilton, Franciscan C
SHORT COURSE: DESIGNING
AND CONDUCTING FIELD
RESEARCH
Hilton, Franciscan C
SHORT COURSE: DIVERSITY,
INCLUSION, ACCESS AND
EQUALITY: STRATEGIES FOR
INCORPORATING DIVERSE
APPROACHES AND THEMES
Hilton, Union Square 13
SHORT COURSE: PLAYING
GAMES WITH ( THEORIES OF )
POLITICAL VIOLENCE
Hilton, Union Square 13
SHORT COURSE:
POLIINFORMATICS TEXT AS
DATA WORKSHOP
Hilton, Union Square 16
SHORT COURSE: POLITICAL
PSYCHOLOGY
Hilton, Union Square 19 & 20
SHORT COURSE: POLITICAL
SCIENCE IN THE PUBLIC
ARENA: COMMUNICATION
STRATEGIES FOR SCHOLARS
Hilton, Union Square 14
SHORT COURSE: POLITICS AT
APSA - NEW POLITICAL
SCIENCE, ANTI-APARTHEID
MOVEMENTS, AND ISRAEL/
PALESTINE
Hilton, Union Square 24

Fri 1:15 pm

2.3

Fri 6:30 pm
Room:
6.7
Wed 1:30 pm
Room:
2.4
Room:

SHORT COURSE: POLITICS,


MARKETS, AND ORGANIZED
INTERESTS - NEW QUESTIONS
ABOUT POWER, POLICY, AND
INFLUENCE
Hilton, Union Square 25
SHORT COURSE: PROCESS
TRACING
Hilton, Franciscan D
SHORT COURSE: PUBLIC
MANAGEMENT
Hilton, Union Square 17 & 18

Wed 9:00 am

Wed 1:30 pm

Wed 9:00 am

Wed 9:00 am
2.5

Room:
7.1
Wed 1:30 pm
Room:
6.8
Wed 1:30 pm

Wed 1:30 pm
Room:
6.9
Wed 9:00 am

Wed 9:00 am

Room:
6.10

Wed 1:30 pm

Room:
6.11

Wed 9:00 am
Room:
3.5
Wed 9:00 am
Room:
Wed 9:00 am

36.4
Room:
89.10

Wed 1:30 pm
Room:

SHORT COURSE: RANKED


CHOICE VOTING IN THE U.S.A.:
DEVELOPMENTS AND DEBATES
Hilton, Union Square 3 & 4
SHORT COURSE: TEACHING
HUMAN RIGHTS
Hilton, Union Square 21
SHORT COURSE: THE
METHODS STUDIO DATA
ACCESS AND RESEARCH
TRANSPARENCY FROM AN
INTERPRETIVE-QUALITATIVE
PERSPECTIVE
Hilton, Franciscan B
SHORT COURSE: THE ROLE OF
SCHOLAR-ACTIVISM: HOW
POLITICAL SCIENTISTS CAN
BOLSTER RESISTANCE
MOVEMENTS
Hilton, Union Square 23
SHORT COURSE: THE STATE OF
THE FIELD IN FEDERALISM/IGR
RESEARCH: APPROACHES TO
DESIGN, DATA, MEASUREMENT,
AND ANALYSIS
Hilton, Union Square 25
SHORT COURSE:
UNDERSTANDING COMPLEXITY
- RESEARCH APPLICATIONS
FOR POLICY & POLITICAL
SCIENCE
Hilton, Union Square 1 & 2
SHORT COURSE: WHAT
WORKS? STRENGTHENING
ELECTORAL INTEGRITY
Hilton, Imperial A
SITING AND ENGAGEMENT
NETWORKING RECEPTION
Hilton, Union Square 19 & 20
SOUTHEAST ASIAN POLITICS
RELATED GROUP BUSINESS
MEETING
Hilton, Union Square 13

Wed 9:00 am

Wed 1:30 pm

Wed 1:30 pm

Wed 1:30 pm

Wed 1:30 pm

Wed 1:30 pm

Wed 9:00 am

Thu 7:30 pm

Sat 12:30 pm

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

59

Related Group Panels

Room:

SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND


EVIRONMENTAL POLITICS
SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
Hilton, Union Square 14

55.16

Room:
75.1
Room:
72.1

Room:
64.3

Room:
89.11
Room:
85.11

Room:
13.2

SOUTHWESTERN POLITICAL
SCIENCE ASSOCIATION
BUSINESS MEETING
Hilton, Union Square 16
STANFORD POLITICAL SCIENCE
RECEPTION
Hilton, Golden Gate 6
STATE POLITICS AND POLICY
BUSINESS MEETING &
RECEPTION
Nikko, Monterey I
STRATEGIES FOR BALANCING
YOUR TEACHING AND
RESEARCH AGENDAS
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 6
SURVEY RESEARCH IN THE
DEVELOPING WORLD
Parc 55, Mission II
TEACHING CIVIC
ENGAGEMENT: FROM STUDENT
TO ACTIVE CITIZEN
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin I

Fri 1:15 pm

Room:
Fri 7:30 pm

Fri 7:00 pm

74.9
Sat 12:30 pm
Room:
67.26
Sat 10:15 am
Room:
74.10

THE ART OF ELECTIONS


Nikko, Carmel I

Room:
70.5

Room:
34.2
Room:
103.3

Room:
55.17
Room:
103.4
Room:

THE PROMISES AND PITFALLS


OF DART: CRAFTING NEW
SUBMISSIONS GUIDELINES FOR
THE APSR
Nikko, Carmel I
THE REVIEW OF POLITICS AT
THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE
DAME RECEPTION
Hilton, Golden Gate 8
THE TEXAS RECEPTION FOR
AFFILIATED UNIVERSITIES
Hilton, Union Square 22
THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO,
DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL
SCIENCE RECEPTION
Parc 55, Mission I

Thu 7:30 pm

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL
SCIENCE RECEPTION
Hilton, Mason Room
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
RECEPTION
Parc 55, Sutro
UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER
RECEPTION
Hilton, Continental Parlor 7
URBAN POLITICS SECTION
BUSINESS MEETING
Nikko, Mendocino I

20.10
Room:

W.W. NORTON FOCUS GROUP


Hilton, Vista

20.11

WESTERN POLITICAL SCIENCE


ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE
COUNCIL MEETING
Hilton, Green Room

Room:
89.12

Room:
67.27

Room:
74.12

Thu 7:00 pm
Room:

WHAT'S NEW IN POLICY


RESEARCH? CONTEMPORARY
APPROACHES ON PUBLIC
POLICY
Hilton, Golden Gate 1
WOMEN AND POLITICS
RESEARCH SECTION BUSINESS
MEETING
Hilton, Van Ness Room
WOMEN IN THE PROFESSION
RECEPTION: WOMEN &
POLITICS, WOMENS CAUCUS &
COMMITTEE
Nikko, Ballroom II

Fri 7:30 pm

Fri 7:00 pm

Fri 7:30 pm

Thu 7:30 pm

Fri 7:30 pm

Fri 6:30 pm

Fri 7:30 pm

Thu 12:30 pm

Thu 12:30 pm

Sat 12:30 pm

Fri 6:30 pm

Fri 7:30 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS


Co-sponsored by Women's Caucus for Political Science

Sat 7:30 pm

14.1

Room:

THEORY & EVENT JOURNAL


Fri 1:15 pm
BUSINESS MEETING
Hilton, Executive Conf. Ctr. Presidio Room

78.5

UCLA POLITICAL SCIENCE


DEPARTMENT RECEPTION
Parc 55, Market Street

Room:

WOMEN OF COLOR IN
Thu 9:00 am
POLITICAL SCIENCE FOCUS
GROUPS (INVITATION ONLY)
Hilton, Executive Conf. Ctr. Seacliff Room
WOMEN'S CAUCUS FOR
POLITICAL SCIENCE BUSINESS
MEETING
Hilton, Vista

Sat 7:00 am

Sat 7:30 pm
67.28

Room:

60

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA,
BERKELEY RECEPTION
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 4

Room:

Fri 9:30 am

Fri 7:00 pm

UW-MADISON POLITICAL
SCIENCE DEPARTMENT
RECEPTION
Hilton, Continental Parlor 9

URBAN POLITICS SECTION


RECEPTION
Nikko, Bay View

Fri 4:30 pm

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL


SCIENCE

44.2

36.6
Room:

64.4
Room:

Room:

73.6

Room:
Fri 4:30 pm

Room:

THE CLAREMONT INSTITUTE


RECEPTION
Hilton, Imperial B

71.2
Room:

TEACHING AND LEARNING


Thu 8:30 am
COMMITTEE BUSINESS
MEETING
Hilton, Executive Conf. Ctr. Marina Room

36.5

74.11

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

WOMENS CAUCUS ON
POLITICAL SCIENCE BUSINESS
MEETING
Hilton, Golden Gate 1

Fri 6:30 pm

20.12

Room:
20.13

Room:
20.14

Room:

Room:
93.1

Room:

WORKING GROUP MEETING:


SOCIAL POLICY IN NONDEMOCRACIES
Hilton, Golden Gate 8
WORKING GROUP MEETING:
THE SCHOLARS STRATEGY
NETWORK WOMEN AND
REPRESENTATION
Hilton, Golden Gate 2
YALE UNIVERSITY POLITICAL
SCIENCE DEPARTMENT
RECEPTION
Hilton, Lombard Room

Thu 12:30 pm

Thu 12:30 pm

Thu 12:30 pm

Related Group Panels

73.7

WORKING GROUP MEETING:


COALITION BUILDING TO
ADVANCE DIVERSE
LEADERSHIP AND ADDRESS
DISCRIMINATION IN POLITICAL
SCIENCE
Hilton, Golden Gate 1

Fri 7:30 pm

YALE-STANFORD-BERKELEY
Sat 2:30 pm
ADVISING AND MENTORING
COMMITTEE
Hilton, Executive Conf. Ctr. Marina Room

THEME, DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS

61

MEETINGS AND RECEPTIONS


BUSINESS MEETINGS:
Many groups hold meetings and receptions at the APSA Annual Meeting, and most are open to all members. Business meetings are general
member meetings that are open to all Association members unless the title clearly indicates that the meeting is for a specific group (e.g. editorial board).
APSA Organized Section: All attendees regardless of membership in a section are invited to attend section business meetings and to learn more
about the work of sections.
Related Group: Independent professional groups with persistent organizational structure and minimum membership can organize a business meeting.
APSA Committee Meetings: Generally working meetings of committees are considered closed to attendees. Attendees should first consult with a
committee chair about the possibility of attending.
RECEPTIONS:
All receptions are open to all APSA members unless the title clearly indicates otherwise (e.g. editorial board reception).

APSA MEETINGS AND RECEPTIONS (ALPHA)


APSA Meetings and Receptions by Alpha
Fri 11:00 am
Wed 6:30 pm
Wed 8:00 am
Fri 8:30 am
Fri 8:30 am
Thu 6:00 pm
Thu 7:30 pm
Thu 7:30 pm
Thu 8:30 am

Sat 12:00 pm
Thu 6:30 pm
Sat 6:30 pm
Thu 6:30 pm
Sat 8:30 am

Sat 7:30 pm
Thu 2:30 pm
Thu 6:30 pm
Thu 7:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Sat 12:30 pm
Fri 7:00 pm
Fri 7:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm

Sat 12:30 pm
Sat 6:30 pm
Sat 7:30 pm
Thu 6:30 pm

Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 7:30 pm
Thu 7:30 pm
Fri 7:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 7:00 pm
Fri 2:30 pm
Wed 11:30 am
Fri 12:30 pm
Thu 7:30 pm
Sat 7:00 am
Fri 7:00 pm
Fri 7:30 am
Fri 7:30 pm

Fri 6:30 pm
Sat 6:30 pm
Sat 7:30 pm
Sat 12:30 pm
Thu 12:30 pm
Thu 6:30 pm

Fri 7:30 pm

MEETINGS AND RECEPTIONS

63

Meetings and Receptions

APSA All-Member Meeting (Continental


Ballroom 4)
APSA Awards Ceremony (Imperial B)
APSA Council Meeting (Franciscan A)
APSA Ethics Committee Business Meeting
(Executive Conf. Ctr. Marina Room)
APSA International Committeee Business
Meeting (Executive Conf. Ctr. Presidio Room)
APSA MENA/POMEPS Reception (Redford
(673 Geary Street))
APSA Mentoring Networking Reception (Union
Square 17 & 18)
APSA Opening Reception (Continental
Ballroom 4)
APSA Ralph Bunche Summer Institute (RBSI)
Orientation Meeting (Executive Conf. Ctr.
Presidio Room)
APSR Editorial Board Meeting (Vista)
African Politics Section Business Meeting
(Golden Gate 2)
Asian Pacific American Caucus (APAC)
Business Meeting (Union Square 15)
Association of Korean Political Studies Business
Meeting (Golden Gate 1)
Business Meeting for Civic Education and
Engagement Committee (Executive Conf. Ctr.
Marina Room)
CUNY Graduate Center Political Science
Program Reception (Union Square 14)
Cambridge University Press - Author Interviews
(Executive Conf. Ctr. Marina Room)
Canadian Politics Section Business Meeting
(Mendocino I)
Canadian Politics Section Reception (Mendocino
II)
Christians in Political Science Related Group
Business Meeting (Union Square 21)
Class and Inequality Section Business Meeting
(Union Square 15)
Columbia University Department of Political
Science Reception (Golden Gate 4)
Committee on the Status of Blacks and
NCOBPS Reception (Monterey II)
Comparative Democratization Section Business
Meeting (Mendocino II)
Comparative Democratization Section Reception

(Peninsula)
Comparative Politics Journal Business Meeting
(Executive Conf. Ctr. Marina Room)
Comparative Politics Section Business Meeting
(Ballroom I)
Comparative Politics Section Reception
(Ballroom III)
Conference Group on Italian Politics (Congrips)
Business Meeting (Executive Conf. Ctr. Seacliff
Room)
Conference Group on Taiwan Studies Business
Meeting (Mission I)
Conference Group on Taiwan Studies Reception
(Mission II)
Conference for the Study of Political Thought
Reception (Embarcadero)
Conflict Processes Section & Foreign Policy
Section Reception (East Lounge)
Conflict Processes Section Business Meeting
(Continental Parlor 3)
Cornell University Department of Government
Reception (Golden Gate 7)
DA-RT Initiative Meeting (Executive Conf. Ctr.
Seacliff Room)
DA-RT Meeting (Union Square 5 & 6)
Department Chairs' Luncheon (Cyril Magnin III)
Department of Political Science, University of
Toronto Reception (Taylor Room)
Division Chairs - Program Committee Meeting
(Continental Parlour 8)
Duke University Department of Political Science
Reception (Golden Gate 5)
EITM - Empirical Implications of Theoretical
Models Business Meeting (Union Square 1 & 2)
Elections & Voting Behavior, Public Opinion,
and Political Communication Sections'
Reception (Cyril Magnin II)
Elections and Voting Behavior Section Business
Meeting (Embarcadero)
Eric Voegelin Society Related Group Business
Meeting (Cyril Magnin II)
Eric Voegelin Society Related Group Reception
(Cyril Magnin III)
Ethics Roundtable Follow-up (Union Square 14)
European Politics & Society Section Business
Meeting (Union Square 22)
Experimental Research Section Business
Meeting (Market Street)

Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations


Section Business Meeting (Union Square 15)
Federalism/Intergovernmental Relations Section
Reception (Union Square 16)
First-time Attendee Breakfast (Imperial B)
Foreign Policy Section Business Meeting (Sutter
Room)
Foundations of Political Theory Reception (Cyril
Magnin Foyer)
Foundations of Political Theory Section
Business Meeting (Union Square 17 & 18)
French Politics Group & Association Francaise
de Science Politique Related Group Business
Meeting (Stockton)
Gaus Lecture (Franciscan A)
Gaus Reception (Franciscan B)
Graduate Student Happy Hour (Ballroom II)
Green Politics and Theory Related Group
Business Meeting (Mason)
Health Politics and Policy Section Business
Meeting (Union Square 1 & 2)
Health Politics and Policy Section Reception
(Union Square 13)
Honoring Women of Color Reception:
Women & Pol. Section, Womens Caucus &
Comm. (Franciscan D)
Human Rights Section Business Meeting (Sutter
Room)
Human Rights Section Reception (Powell
Room)
Information Technology and Politics Section
Business Meeting (Union Square 21)
International Association Leaders Breakfast
(Executive Conf. Ctr. Seacliff Room)
International Attendees Reception (Vista)
International History and Politics Section
Business Meeting (Union Square 13)
International Security and Arms Control Section
Reception (Imperial A)
International Security and Arms Control Section
Business Meeting (Union Square 13)
Interpretive Methodologies and Methods Related
Group Business Meeting (Hearst)
Italian Political Science Review (IPSR) Editorial
Board Meeting (Green Room)
Jack Miller Center Reception (Sir Francis Drake
Franciscan Ballroom)
Japan Political Studies Group Business Meeting
(Union Square 23)
Journal Editor's Breakfast (Stockton)
Journal of Conflict Resolution Board Meeting
(Executive Conf. Ctr. Seacliff Room)
Journal of Political Science Education Editorial
Board Meeting (Green Room)
Julia Choucair Vizoso Meeting (Invitation Only)
(Executive Conf. Ctr. Marina Room)
LGBT Caucus Business Meeting (Balboa)
Labor Project Related Group Business Meeeting
(Davidson)
Latino/a Caucus in Political Science Related
Group Business Meeting (Fillmore)

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Thu 6:30 pm
Thu 7:30 pm
Thu 7:00 am
Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 7:30 pm
Fri 1:15 pm
Fri 6:30 pm

Fri
Fri
Sat
Fri

6:30
7:30
6:30
6:30

pm
pm
pm
pm

Sat 6:30 pm
Sat 7:30 pm
Thu 7:30 pm

Thu 12:30 pm
Sat 7:00 pm
Fri 1:15 pm
Sat 8:30 am
Thu 7:30 pm
Fri 1:15 pm
Thu 7:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Sun 8:00 am
Fri 6:30 pm
Thu 6:30 pm
Sat 7:00 am
Fri 1:15 pm
Sat 12:30 pm
Fri 3:00 pm
Fri 1:15 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm

Law and Courts Section Business Meeting


(Ballroom III)
Law and Courts Section Lifetime Achievement
Award and Special Panel Honoring Donald
Songer (Golden Gate 3)
Law and Courts Section Reception (Ballroom
III)
Legislative Studies Quarterly Editorial Board
Breakfast Meeting (Vista)
Legislative Studies Section Business Meeting
(Ballroom I)
Legislative Studies Section Reception (Ballroom
I)
MIT Department of Political Science Reception
(Mendocino I)
MPSA 2016 Program Committee Meeting &
Reception (Market Street)
Migration and Citizenship Section Business
Meeting (Taylor Room)
Minority Student Recruitment Program (MSRP)
Meeting (Executive Conf. Ctr. Presidio Room)
NCOBPS Executive Council Meeting (Executive
Conf. Ctr. Presidio Room)
New Political Science Editorial Board Meeting
(Sutro)
New Political Science Lecture: Behind the
Kitchen Door, Featuring Saru Jayaraman,
Director of the Food Labor Research Center,
UC Berkeley (Imperial A)
New Political Science Publications Executive
Committee Business Meeting (Executive Conf.
Ctr. Seacliff Room)
New Political Science Section Business Meeting
(Continental Parlor 1)
New Political Science Section Reception
(Imperial B)
New York University Wilf Family Department
of Politics Reception (Continental Parlor 1)
Organized Section Chairs Breakfast (Continental
Parlour 8)
Oxford University Press Reception (Franciscan
D)
PS: Political Science and Politics Editorial
Board Meeting Breakfast (Sutro)
Partisan Gridlock in Washington: Political
Theory is One Thing, But What are the Political
Pros Saying? (Powell Room)
Party Personnel Strategy Workshop (Executive
Conf. Ctr. Seacliff Room)
Perspectives on Politics Editorial Board Meeting
Lunch (Vista)
Pi Sigma Alpha Business Meeting (Executive
Conf. Ctr. Seacliff Room)
Policy Studies Organization Editors Business
Meeting (Vista)
Political Communication Section Business
Meeting (Golden Gate 2)
Political Economy Section Business Meeting
(Union Square 16)
Political Epistemology Section Business Meeting
(Lombard Room)
Political Epistemology Section Reception
(Balboa)

Fri 6:30 pm
Thu 6:30 pm

Fri 7:30 pm
Fri 7:30 am
Fri 7:00 pm
Fri 8:00 pm
Sat 7:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Thu 7:00 am
Thu 6:30 pm
Fri 1:15 pm
Fri 6:30 pm

Thu 12:30 pm

Thu 6:30 pm
Fri 8:00 pm
Fri 7:30 pm
Fri 7:00 am
Sat 7:00 pm
Fri 7:00 am
Thu 12:30 pm

Wed 12:30 pm
Fri 12:00 pm
Sat 12:30 pm
Sun 9:00 am
Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 1:15 pm
Fri 7:00 pm

Thu 12:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 7:30 pm
Sat 12:30 pm
Thu 12:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 1:15 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Sat 7:00 am
Fri 1:15 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 7:30 pm
Thu 6:30 pm
Fri 7:00 am
Sat 6:30 pm
Sat 12:30 pm
Thu 7:30 pm
Thu 7:00 pm
Fri 1:15 pm
Thu 12:30 pm
Fri 1:15 pm
Sat 7:00 am

Thu 7:30 pm

Thu 6:30 pm
Fri 1:15 pm
Sat 7:30 pm
Sat 12:30 pm
Fri 7:30 pm
Fri 7:30 pm

Committee, and Asian Pacific Committee


(Continental Ballroom 6)
Related Groups (All) Meeting (Ballroom III)
Religion and Politics Section Business Meeting
(Monterey I)
Religion and Politics Section Reception
(Monterey II)
Representation and Electoral Systems Section
Business Meeting (Green Room)
Research & Politics Journal/SAGE Associate
Editors Meeting (Green Room)
Russian Politics Group Business Meeting
(Lombard)
Rutgers University Department of Political
Science Reception (Union Square 21)
Science, Technology, and Evironmental Politics
Section Business Meeting (Union Square 14)
Sexuality and Politics Section Business Meeting
(Powell I)
Short Course: Teaching Human Rights (Union
Square 21)
Siting and Engagement Networking Reception
(Union Square 19 & 20)
Southeast Asian Politics Related Group Business
Meeting (Union Square 13)
Southwestern Political Science Association
Business Meeting (Union Square 16)
Stanford Political Science Reception (Golden
Gate 6)
State Politics and Policy Business Meeting &
Reception (Monterey I)
Survey Research in the Developing World
(Mission II)
Teaching and Learning Committee Business
Meeting (Executive Conf. Ctr. Marina Room)
The Claremont Institute Reception (Imperial B)
The Review of Politics at The University of
Notre Dame Reception (Golden Gate 8)
The Texas Reception for Affiliated Universities
(Union Square 22)
The University of Chicago, Department of
Political Science Reception (Mission I)
Theory & Event Journal Business Meeting
(Executive Conf. Ctr. Presidio Room)
UCLA Political Science Department Reception
(Market Street)
UW-Madison Political Science Department
Reception (Continental Parlor 9)
University of California, Berkeley Reception
(Continental Ballroom 4)
University of Florida Department of Political
Science Reception (Mason Room)
University of Michigan Reception (Sutro)
University of Rochester Reception (Continental
Parlor 7)
Urban Politics Section Business Meeting
(Mendocino I)
Urban Politics Section Reception (Bay View)
W.W. Norton Focus Group (Vista)
Western Political Science Association Executive
Council Meeting (Green Room)

Fri 1:15 pm
Thu 6:30 pm
Thu 7:30 pm
Fri 1:15 pm
Thu 6:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Thu 7:00 pm
Fri 1:15 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Wed 1:30 pm
Thu 7:30 pm
Sat 12:30 pm
Fri 1:15 pm
Fri 7:30 pm
Fri 7:00 pm
Sat 12:30 pm
Thu 8:30 am
Thu 7:30 pm
Fri 7:00 pm
Thu 7:00 pm
Sat 7:30 pm
Fri 1:15 pm
Sat 7:30 pm
Fri 7:30 pm
Fri 7:00 pm
Fri 7:30 pm
Thu 7:30 pm
Fri 7:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 7:30 pm
Thu 12:30 pm
Thu 12:30 pm

Sat 7:30 pm

MEETINGS AND RECEPTIONS

65

Meetings and Receptions

Political Forecasting Group Business Meeting


(Divisadero)
Political Methodology Section Business Meeting
(Continental Parlor 2)
Political Networks Division Business Meeting
(Union Square 15)
Political Networks Section Reception (Union
Square 14)
Political Organizations and Parties Section
Business Meeting (Union Square 3 & 4)
Political Organizations and Parties Section
Executive Council Meeting (Mission II)
Political Psychology Section Business Meeting
(Union Square 23)
Political Research Quarterly Editorial Board
Luncheon (Lombard)
Political Science Education Business Meeting
(Carmel I)
Political Thought in the Anthropocene, Feauring
Dipesh Chakrabarty (Cyril Magnin I)
Politics & Gender Journal Editorial Board
Meeting (Green Room)
Politics & Policy Editorial Board Meeting
(Union Square 15)
Politics and History Section Business Meeting
(Union Square 24)
Politics and History Section Reception (Union
Square 25)
Politics, Literature and Film Section Business
Meeting (Union Square 14)
Polity Business Meeting (Green Room)
Practicing Politics Working Group Meeting
(Green Room)
Presidents & Executive Politics Section Business
Meeting (Union Square 17 & 18)
Presidents & Executive Politics Section
Reception (Divisadero)
Presidents and Executive Politics Section
Steering Committee Meeting (Davidson)
Public Administration Section Business Meeting
(Sutter Room)
Public Administration Section Executive Council
Meeting (Executive Conf. Ctr. Presidio Room)
Public Policy Section Business Meeting (Cyril
Magnin II)
Publius: The Journal of Federalism Editorial
Board & Advisory Council Breakfast Meeting
(Mission II)
Qualitative and Multi-Method Research &
International History and Politics Sections'
Reception (Carmel I)
Qualitative and Multi-Method Research Section
Business Meeting (Carmel II)
RBSI Working Group Committee Meeting
(Executive Conf. Ctr. Marina Room)
RBSI/MFP Alumni Networking Reception
(Carmel I)
REP Business Meeting (Powell I)
Reception Honoring Teaching (Golden Gate)
Reception for LGBT Committee, LGBT Caucus,
and Sexuality & Politics Section (Carmel II)
Reception for REP, Latino Caucus, Latino

Women and Politics Research Section Business


Meeting (Van Ness Room)
Women in the Profession Reception: Women &
Politics, Womens Caucus & Committee
(Ballroom II)
Women of Color in Political Science Focus
Groups (Invitation Only) (Executive Conf. Ctr.
Seacliff Room)
Women's Caucus for Political Science Business
Meeting (Vista)
Womens Caucus on Political Science Business
Meeting (Golden Gate 1)
Working Group Meeting: Coalition Building to
Advance Diverse Leadership and Address
Discrimination in Political Science (Golden Gate
1)
Working Group Meeting: Social Policy in NonDemocracies (Golden Gate 8)
Working Group Meeting: The Scholars Strategy
Network Women and Representation (Golden
Gate 2)
Yale University Political Science Department
Reception (Lombard Room)
Yale-Stanford-Berkeley Advising and Mentoring
Committee (Executive Conf. Ctr. Marina Room)

Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 7:30 pm

Thu 9:00 am

Sat 7:00 am
Fri 6:30 pm
Thu 12:30 pm

Thu 12:30 pm
Thu 12:30 pm

Fri 7:30 pm
Sat 2:30 pm

APSA MEETINGS AND RECEPTIONS (BY


TIME)
APSA Meetings and Receptions by Time
APSA Council Meeting (Franciscan A)
DA-RT Meeting (Union Square 5 & 6)
Party Personnel Strategy Workshop (Executive
Conf. Ctr. Seacliff Room)
Short Course: Teaching Human Rights (Union
Square 21)
APSA Awards Ceremony (Imperial B)
First-time Attendee Breakfast (Imperial B)
Minority Student Recruitment Program (MSRP)
Meeting (Executive Conf. Ctr. Presidio Room)
APSA Ralph Bunche Summer Institute (RBSI)
Orientation Meeting (Executive Conf. Ctr.
Presidio Room)
Teaching and Learning Committee Business
Meeting (Executive Conf. Ctr. Marina Room)
Women of Color in Political Science Focus
Groups (Invitation Only) (Executive Conf. Ctr.
Seacliff Room)
European Politics & Society Section Business
Meeting (Union Square 22)
Human Rights Section Business Meeting (Sutter
Room)
New Political Science Publications Executive
Committee Business Meeting (Executive Conf.
Ctr. Seacliff Room)
Partisan Gridlock in Washington: Political
Theory is One Thing, But What are the Political
Pros Saying? (Powell Room)
Political Forecasting Group Business Meeting
(Divisadero)
Political Organizations and Parties Section
Executive Council Meeting (Mission II)
Public Administration Section Executive Council
Meeting (Executive Conf. Ctr. Presidio Room)

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MEETINGS AND RECEPTIONS

Wed 8:00 am
Wed 11:30 am
Wed 12:30 pm
Wed 1:30 pm
Wed 6:30 pm
Thu 7:00 am
Thu 7:00 am
Thu 8:30 am

Thu 8:30 am
Thu 9:00 am

Thu 12:30 pm
Thu 12:30 pm
Thu 12:30 pm

Thu 12:30 pm

Thu 12:30 pm
Thu 12:30 pm
Thu 12:30 pm

W.W. Norton Focus Group (Vista)


Western Political Science Association Executive
Council Meeting (Green Room)
Working Group Meeting: Coalition Building to
Advance Diverse Leadership and Address
Discrimination in Political Science (Golden Gate
1)
Working Group Meeting: Social Policy in NonDemocracies (Golden Gate 8)
Working Group Meeting: The Scholars Strategy
Network Women and Representation (Golden
Gate 2)
Cambridge University Press - Author Interviews
(Executive Conf. Ctr. Marina Room)
APSA MENA/POMEPS Reception (Redford
(673 Geary Street))
African Politics Section Business Meeting
(Golden Gate 2)
Association of Korean Political Studies Business
Meeting (Golden Gate 1)
Canadian Politics Section Business Meeting
(Mendocino I)
Conference Group on Italian Politics (Congrips)
Business Meeting (Executive Conf. Ctr. Seacliff
Room)
Experimental Research Section Business
Meeting (Market Street)
Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations
Section Business Meeting (Union Square 15)
Japan Political Studies Group Business Meeting
(Union Square 23)
New Political Science Section Business Meeting
(Continental Parlor 1)
Politics, Literature and Film Section Business
Meeting (Union Square 14)
Qualitative and Multi-Method Research Section
Business Meeting (Carmel II)
Religion and Politics Section Business Meeting
(Monterey I)
Research & Politics Journal/SAGE Associate
Editors Meeting (Green Room)
Law and Courts Section Lifetime Achievement
Award and Special Panel Honoring Donald
Songer (Golden Gate 3)
NCOBPS Executive Council Meeting (Executive
Conf. Ctr. Presidio Room)
Presidents and Executive Politics Section
Steering Committee Meeting (Davidson)
Rutgers University Department of Political
Science Reception (Union Square 21)
The Texas Reception for Affiliated Universities
(Union Square 22)
APSA Mentoring Networking Reception (Union
Square 17 & 18)
Conference for the Study of Political Thought
Reception (Embarcadero)
Federalism/Intergovernmental Relations Section
Reception (Union Square 16)
Honoring Women of Color Reception:
Women & Pol. Section, Womens Caucus &
Comm. (Franciscan D)
International Attendees Reception (Vista)

Thu 12:30 pm
Thu 12:30 pm
Thu 12:30 pm

Thu 12:30 pm
Thu 12:30 pm

Thu 2:30 pm
Thu 6:00 pm
Thu 6:30 pm
Thu 6:30 pm
Thu 6:30 pm
Thu 6:30 pm

Thu 6:30 pm
Thu 6:30 pm
Thu 6:30 pm
Thu 6:30 pm
Thu 6:30 pm
Thu 6:30 pm
Thu 6:30 pm
Thu 6:30 pm
Thu 6:30 pm

Thu 6:30 pm
Thu 7:00 pm
Thu 7:00 pm
Thu 7:00 pm
Thu 7:30 pm
Thu 7:30 pm
Thu 7:30 pm
Thu 7:30 pm

Thu 7:30 pm

Thu 7:30 pm
Thu 7:30 pm
Thu 7:30 pm

Thu 7:30 pm
Thu 7:30 pm
Thu 7:30 pm
Thu 7:30 pm
Thu 7:30 pm
Thu 7:30 pm
Thu 7:30 pm
Fri 7:00 am
Fri 7:00 am
Fri 7:00 am
Fri 7:30 am
Fri 7:30 am
Fri 8:30 am
Fri 8:30 am
Fri 11:00 am
Fri 12:00 pm
Fri 12:30 pm
Fri 1:15 pm
Fri 1:15 pm
Fri 1:15 pm
Fri 1:15 pm
Fri 1:15 pm
Fri 1:15 pm
Fri 1:15 pm
Fri 1:15 pm
Fri 1:15 pm
Fri 1:15 pm
Fri 1:15 pm
Fri 1:15 pm
Fri 1:15 pm

Representation and Electoral Systems Section


Business Meeting (Green Room)
Science, Technology, and Evironmental Politics
Section Business Meeting (Union Square 14)
Southwestern Political Science Association
Business Meeting (Union Square 16)
Theory & Event Journal Business Meeting
(Executive Conf. Ctr. Presidio Room)
DA-RT Initiative Meeting (Executive Conf. Ctr.
Seacliff Room)
Julia Choucair Vizoso Meeting (Invitation Only)
(Executive Conf. Ctr. Marina Room)
Christians in Political Science Related Group
Business Meeting (Union Square 21)
Comparative Democratization Section Business
Meeting (Mendocino II)
Conference Group on Taiwan Studies Business
Meeting (Mission I)
Conflict Processes Section Business Meeting
(Continental Parlor 3)
Elections and Voting Behavior Section Business
Meeting (Embarcadero)
Foreign Policy Section Business Meeting (Sutter
Room)
French Politics Group & Association Francaise
de Science Politique Related Group Business
Meeting (Stockton)
Gaus Lecture (Franciscan A)
Green Politics and Theory Related Group
Business Meeting (Mason)
International Security and Arms Control Section
Business Meeting (Union Square 13)
Interpretive Methodologies and Methods Related
Group Business Meeting (Hearst)
Labor Project Related Group Business Meeeting
(Davidson)
Latino/a Caucus in Political Science Related
Group Business Meeting (Fillmore)
Law and Courts Section Business Meeting
(Ballroom III)
Migration and Citizenship Section Business
Meeting (Taylor Room)
Political Communication Section Business
Meeting (Golden Gate 2)
Political Economy Section Business Meeting
(Union Square 16)
Political Methodology Section Business Meeting
(Continental Parlor 2)
Political Networks Division Business Meeting
(Union Square 15)
Political Psychology Section Business Meeting
(Union Square 23)
Political Science Education Business Meeting
(Carmel I)
Political Thought in the Anthropocene, Feauring
Dipesh Chakrabarty (Cyril Magnin I)
Politics and History Section Business Meeting
(Union Square 24)
Russian Politics Group Business Meeting
(Lombard)
Sexuality and Politics Section Business Meeting
(Powell I)

Fri 1:15 pm
Fri 1:15 pm
Fri 1:15 pm
Fri 1:15 pm
Fri 2:30 pm
Fri 3:00 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm

Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm

MEETINGS AND RECEPTIONS

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Meetings and Receptions

International Security and Arms Control Section


Reception (Imperial A)
Presidents & Executive Politics Section
Reception (Divisadero)
Qualitative and Multi-Method Research &
International History and Politics Sections'
Reception (Carmel I)
Religion and Politics Section Reception
(Monterey II)
APSA Opening Reception (Continental
Ballroom 4)
Canadian Politics Section Reception (Mendocino
II)
Department of Political Science, University of
Toronto Reception (Taylor Room)
Siting and Engagement Networking Reception
(Union Square 19 & 20)
The Claremont Institute Reception (Imperial B)
University of Michigan Reception (Sutro)
Organized Section Chairs Breakfast (Continental
Parlour 8)
Polity Business Meeting (Green Room)
PS: Political Science and Politics Editorial
Board Meeting Breakfast (Sutro)
EITM - Empirical Implications of Theoretical
Models Business Meeting (Union Square 1 & 2)
Legislative Studies Quarterly Editorial Board
Breakfast Meeting (Vista)
APSA Ethics Committee Business Meeting
(Executive Conf. Ctr. Marina Room)
APSA International Committeee Business
Meeting (Executive Conf. Ctr. Presidio Room)
APSA All-Member Meeting (Continental
Ballroom 4)
Perspectives on Politics Editorial Board Meeting
Lunch (Vista)
Department Chairs' Luncheon (Cyril Magnin III)
Foundations of Political Theory Section
Business Meeting (Union Square 17 & 18)
Information Technology and Politics Section
Business Meeting (Union Square 21)
International History and Politics Section
Business Meeting (Union Square 13)
Journal of Conflict Resolution Board Meeting
(Executive Conf. Ctr. Seacliff Room)
LGBT Caucus Business Meeting (Balboa)
New Political Science Editorial Board Meeting
(Sutro)
Political Epistemology Section Business Meeting
(Lombard Room)
Political Research Quarterly Editorial Board
Luncheon (Lombard)
Politics & Policy Editorial Board Meeting
(Union Square 15)
Public Administration Section Business Meeting
(Sutter Room)
Public Policy Section Business Meeting (Cyril
Magnin II)
RBSI Working Group Committee Meeting
(Executive Conf. Ctr. Marina Room)
Related Groups (All) Meeting (Ballroom III)

Urban Politics Section Business Meeting


(Mendocino I)
Women and Politics Research Section Business
Meeting (Van Ness Room)
Womens Caucus on Political Science Business
Meeting (Golden Gate 1)
Jack Miller Center Reception (Sir Francis Drake
Franciscan Ballroom)
New Political Science Lecture: Behind the
Kitchen Door, Featuring Saru Jayaraman,
Director of the Food Labor Research Center,
UC Berkeley (Imperial A)
MPSA 2016 Program Committee Meeting &
Reception (Market Street)
Cornell University Department of Government
Reception (Golden Gate 7)
Duke University Department of Political Science
Reception (Golden Gate 5)
Legislative Studies Section Business Meeting
(Ballroom I)
Political Epistemology Section Reception
(Balboa)
The Review of Politics at The University of
Notre Dame Reception (Golden Gate 8)
Columbia University Department of Political
Science Reception (Golden Gate 4)
University of California, Berkeley Reception
(Continental Ballroom 4)
State Politics and Policy Business Meeting &
Reception (Monterey I)
Conference Group on Taiwan Studies Reception
(Mission II)
Elections & Voting Behavior, Public Opinion,
and Political Communication Sections'
Reception (Cyril Magnin II)
Law and Courts Section Reception (Ballroom
III)
Political Networks Section Reception (Union
Square 14)
Politics and History Section Reception (Union
Square 25)
University of Florida Department of Political
Science Reception (Mason Room)
Yale University Political Science Department
Reception (Lombard Room)
Committee on the Status of Blacks and
NCOBPS Reception (Monterey II)
Comparative Democratization Section Reception
(Peninsula)
Conflict Processes Section & Foreign Policy
Section Reception (East Lounge)
Foundations of Political Theory Reception (Cyril
Magnin Foyer)
Gaus Reception (Franciscan B)
New York University Wilf Family Department
of Politics Reception (Continental Parlor 1)
Reception for LGBT Committee, LGBT Caucus,
and Sexuality & Politics Section (Carmel II)
Reception Honoring Teaching (Golden Gate)
University of Rochester Reception (Continental
Parlor 7)
Urban Politics Section Reception (Bay View)

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MEETINGS AND RECEPTIONS

Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 6:30 pm

Fri 6:30 pm
Fri 7:00 pm
Fri 7:00 pm
Fri 7:00 pm
Fri 7:00 pm
Fri 7:00 pm
Fri 7:00 pm
Fri 7:00 pm
Fri 7:00 pm
Fri 7:30 pm
Fri 7:30 pm

Fri 7:30 pm
Fri 7:30 pm
Fri 7:30 pm
Fri 7:30 pm
Fri 7:30 pm
Fri 7:30 pm
Fri 7:30 pm
Fri 7:30 pm
Fri 7:30 pm
Fri 7:30 pm
Fri 7:30 pm
Fri 7:30 pm
Fri 7:30 pm
Fri 7:30 pm
Fri 7:30 pm

UW-Madison Political Science Department


Reception (Continental Parlor 9)
Women in the Profession Reception: Women &
Politics, Womens Caucus & Committee
(Ballroom II)
Stanford Political Science Reception (Golden
Gate 6)
Legislative Studies Section Reception (Ballroom
I)
New Political Science Section Reception
(Imperial B)
Division Chairs - Program Committee Meeting
(Continental Parlour 8)
Journal Editor's Breakfast (Stockton)
Politics & Gender Journal Editorial Board
Meeting (Green Room)
Publius: The Journal of Federalism Editorial
Board & Advisory Council Breakfast Meeting
(Mission II)
Women's Caucus for Political Science Business
Meeting (Vista)
Business Meeting for Civic Education and
Engagement Committee (Executive Conf. Ctr.
Marina Room)
International Association Leaders Breakfast
(Executive Conf. Ctr. Seacliff Room)
APSR Editorial Board Meeting (Vista)
Class and Inequality Section Business Meeting
(Union Square 15)
Comparative Politics Journal Business Meeting
(Executive Conf. Ctr. Marina Room)
Ethics Roundtable Follow-up (Union Square 14)
Journal of Political Science Education Editorial
Board Meeting (Green Room)
Pi Sigma Alpha Business Meeting (Executive
Conf. Ctr. Seacliff Room)
Political Organizations and Parties Section
Business Meeting (Union Square 3 & 4)
Presidents & Executive Politics Section Business
Meeting (Union Square 17 & 18)
REP Business Meeting (Powell I)
Southeast Asian Politics Related Group Business
Meeting (Union Square 13)
Survey Research in the Developing World
(Mission II)
Yale-Stanford-Berkeley Advising and Mentoring
Committee (Executive Conf. Ctr. Marina Room)
Asian Pacific American Caucus (APAC)
Business Meeting (Union Square 15)
Comparative Politics Section Business Meeting
(Ballroom I)
Eric Voegelin Society Related Group Business
Meeting (Cyril Magnin II)
Health Politics and Policy Section Business
Meeting (Union Square 1 & 2)
Practicing Politics Working Group Meeting
(Green Room)
Graduate Student Happy Hour (Ballroom II)
Oxford University Press Reception (Franciscan
D)
Human Rights Section Reception (Powell
Room)

Fri 7:30 pm
Fri 7:30 pm

Fri 7:30 pm
Fri 8:00 pm
Fri 8:00 pm
Sat 7:00 am
Sat 7:00 am
Sat 7:00 am
Sat 7:00 am

Sat 7:00 am
Sat 8:30 am

Sat 8:30 am
Sat 12:00 pm
Sat 12:30 pm
Sat 12:30 pm
Sat 12:30 pm
Sat 12:30 pm
Sat 12:30 pm
Sat 12:30 pm
Sat 12:30 pm
Sat 12:30 pm
Sat 12:30 pm
Sat 12:30 pm
Sat 2:30 pm
Sat 6:30 pm
Sat 6:30 pm
Sat 6:30 pm
Sat 6:30 pm
Sat 6:30 pm
Sat 6:30 pm
Sat 7:00 pm
Sat 7:00 pm

Comparative Politics Section Reception


(Ballroom III)
CUNY Graduate Center Political Science
Program Reception (Union Square 14)
Eric Voegelin Society Related Group Reception
(Cyril Magnin III)
Health Politics and Policy Section Reception
(Union Square 13)
RBSI/MFP Alumni Networking Reception
(Carmel I)
MIT Department of Political Science Reception
(Mendocino I)
Reception for REP, Latino Caucus, Latino
Committee, and Asian Pacific Committee
(Continental Ballroom 6)
The University of Chicago, Department of
Political Science Reception (Mission I)
UCLA Political Science Department Reception
(Market Street)
Italian Political Science Review (IPSR) Editorial
Board Meeting (Green Room)
Policy Studies Organization Editors Business
Meeting (Vista)

Sat 7:30 pm
Sat 7:30 pm
Sat 7:30 pm
Sat 7:30 pm
Sat 7:30 pm
Sat 7:30 pm
Sat 7:30 pm

Wed 1:30 pm

Wed 1:30 pm

Wed 1:30 pm

Wed 1:30 pm

Wed 9:00 am

Sat 7:30 pm
Sat 7:30 pm
Sun 8:00 am
Sun 9:00 am

APSA SHORT COURSES (ALPHA)


APSA Short Courses by Alpha
Wed 1:30 pm
Wed 9:00 am

Wed 1:30 pm
Wed 1:30 pm
Wed 1:30 pm
Wed 9:00 am
Wed 9:00 am

Wed 1:30 pm
Wed 9:00 am
Wed 9:00 am
Wed 9:00 am

Wed 1:30 pm

Wed 9:00 am

Wed 1:30 pm
Wed 9:00 am
Wed 9:00 am

APSA SHORT COURSES (BY TIME)


APSA Short Courses by Time
Short Course: Designing and Conducting Field
Research (Franciscan C)
Short Course: Diversity, Inclusion, Access and
Equality: Strategies for Incorporating Diverse
Approaches and Themes (Union Square 13)
Short Course: Politics, Markets, and Organized
Interests - New Questions about Power, Policy,
and Influence (Union Square 25)
Short Course: Public Management (Union
Square 17 & 18)
Short Course: Ranked Choice Voting in the
U.S.A.: Developments and Debates (Union
Square 3 & 4)
Short Course: Coalition Building to Advance
Diverse Leadership and Address Discrimination
in Political Science (Union Square 22)
Short Course: PoliInformatics Text as Data
Workshop (Union Square 16)
Short Course: Political Psychology (Union
Square 19 & 20)
Short Course: Political Science in the Public
Arena: Communication Strategies for Scholars
(Union Square 14)
Short Course: What Works? Strengthening
Electoral Integrity (Imperial A)
Short Course: Building International Scholarly
Partnerships (Union Square 3 & 4)
Short Course: Comparative Approaches to the
City (Union Square 17 & 18)
Short Course: Department Leadership (Union
Square 15)
Short Course: Designing Multi-Method Research
(Franciscan C)
Short Course: Playing Games with ( theories of
) Political Violence (Union Square 13)
Short Course: Politics at APSA - New Political
Science, Anti-Apartheid Movements, and Israel/
Palestine (Union Square 24)
Short Course: Process Tracing (Franciscan D)
Short Course: The Methods Studio Data
Access and Research Transparency from an
Interpretive-Qualitative Perspective (Franciscan
B)
Short Course: The Role of Scholar-Activism:
How Political Scientists Can Bolster Resistance

Wed 9:00 am
Wed 9:00 am

Wed 9:00 am

Wed 9:00 am
Wed 9:00 am

Wed 9:00 am

Wed 9:00 am
Wed 9:00 am
Wed 9:00 am

Wed 9:00 am
Wed 1:30 pm
Wed 1:30 pm
Wed 1:30 pm
Wed 1:30 pm
Wed 1:30 pm
Wed 1:30 pm

Wed 1:30 pm
Wed 1:30 pm

Wed 1:30 pm

MEETINGS AND RECEPTIONS

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Meetings and Receptions

Short Course: Building International Scholarly


Partnerships (Union Square 3 & 4)
Short Course: Coalition Building to Advance
Diverse Leadership and Address Discrimination
in Political Science (Union Square 22)
Short Course: Comparative Approaches to the
City (Union Square 17 & 18)
Short Course: Department Leadership (Union
Square 15)
Short Course: Designing Multi-Method Research
(Franciscan C)
Short Course: Designing and Conducting Field
Research (Franciscan C)
Short Course: Diversity, Inclusion, Access and
Equality: Strategies for Incorporating Diverse
Approaches and Themes (Union Square 13)
Short Course: Playing Games with ( theories of
) Political Violence (Union Square 13)
Short Course: PoliInformatics Text as Data
Workshop (Union Square 16)
Short Course: Political Psychology (Union
Square 19 & 20)
Short Course: Political Science in the Public
Arena: Communication Strategies for Scholars
(Union Square 14)
Short Course: Politics at APSA - New Political
Science, Anti-Apartheid Movements, and Israel/
Palestine (Union Square 24)
Short Course: Politics, Markets, and Organized
Interests - New Questions about Power, Policy,
and Influence (Union Square 25)
Short Course: Process Tracing (Franciscan D)
Short Course: Public Management (Union
Square 17 & 18)
Short Course: Ranked Choice Voting in the
U.S.A.: Developments and Debates (Union
Square 3 & 4)

Short Course: The Methods Studio Data


Access and Research Transparency from an
Interpretive-Qualitative Perspective (Franciscan
B)
Short Course: The Role of Scholar-Activism:
How Political Scientists Can Bolster Resistance
Movements (Union Square 23)
Short Course: The State of the Field in
Federalism/IGR Research: Approaches to
Design, Data, Measurement, and Analysis
(Union Square 25)
Short Course: Understanding Complexity Research Applications for Policy & Political
Science (Union Square 1 & 2)
Short Course: What Works? Strengthening
Electoral Integrity (Imperial A)

Movements (Union Square 23)


Short Course: The State of the Field in
Federalism/IGR Research: Approaches to
Design, Data, Measurement, and Analysis
(Union Square 25)
Short Course: Understanding Complexity Research Applications for Policy & Political
Science (Union Square 1 & 2)

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Wed 1:30 pm

Wed 1:30 pm

DAILY SCHEDULE
Wednesday, September 2, 2015

3.5

Wednesday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Room:
Part:

APSA Events
1.1
APSA COUNCIL MEETING
Room: Hilton, Franciscan A

Wednesday, 11:30 AM to 6:30 PM

Wednesday, 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM


APSA Short Course
2.1
SHORT COURSE: DESIGNING AND
CONDUCTING FIELD RESEARCH
Room: Hilton, Franciscan C
Part:
Benjamin L. Read, University of California, Santa Cruz
Naazneen Barma, Naval Postgraduate School
2.2
SHORT COURSE: DIVERSITY, INCLUSION,
ACCESS AND EQUALITY: STRATEGIES FOR
INCORPORATING DIVERSE APPROACHES AND
THEMES
Room: Hilton, Union Square 13
Part:
Kimberly A. Mealy, American Political Science
Association
Derrick L. Cogburn, American University
Dianne M. Pinderhughes, University of Notre Dame
Boris E. Ricks
Kira Sanbonmatsu, Rutgers University, New Brunswick
Charles Anthony Smith, University of California, Irvine
2.3
SHORT COURSE: POLITICS, MARKETS, AND
ORGANIZED INTERESTS - NEW QUESTIONS
ABOUT POWER, POLICY, AND INFLUENCE
Room: Hilton, Union Square 25
Part:
Edward T. Walker, University of California, Los
Angeles
2.4
SHORT COURSE: PUBLIC MANAGEMENT
Room: Hilton, Union Square 17 & 18
Part:
Kelly LeRoux
2.5
SHORT COURSE: RANKED CHOICE VOTING IN
THE U.S.A.: DEVELOPMENTS AND DEBATES
Room: Hilton, Union Square 3 & 4
Part:
Sarah E. John

Wednesday, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

APSA Events
4.1
DA-RT MEETING (INVITE ONLY)
Room: Hilton, Union Square 5 & 6

Wednesday, 12:30 PM to 4:30 PM


APSA Events
5.1
PARTY PERSONNEL STRATEGY WORKSHOP
Room: Hilton, Executive Conf. Ctr. Seacliff Room

Wednesday, 1:30 PM to 5:30 PM


APSA Short Course
6.1
SHORT COURSE: BUILDING INTERNATIONAL
SCHOLARLY PARTNERSHIPS
Room: Hilton, Union Square 3 & 4
Part:
M. Anne Pitcher, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Mark Tessler, University of Michigan
Rod Alence, University of the Witwatersrand
6.2
SHORT COURSE: COMPARATIVE APPROACHES
TO THE CITY
Room: Hilton, Union Square 17 & 18
Part:
Jeffrey W. Paller, Columbia University
Alisha Caroline Holland
Yanilda Maria Gonzalez, Harvard Kennedy School
Loren B Landau, University of the Witwatersrand
Tariq Thachil, Yale University
Jacqueline Klopp
Nicholas Rush Smith, City College of New York
Shelby Grossman, Harvard University
Sarah El-Kazaz, Oberlin College
Christopher Gore, Ryerson University
6.3
SHORT COURSE: DEPARTMENT LEADERSHIP
Room: Hilton, Union Square 15
Part:
Priscilla M. Regan, George Mason University
6.4
SHORT COURSE: DESIGNING MULTI-METHOD
RESEARCH
Room: Hilton, Franciscan C
Part:
Jason Seawright, Northwestern University
6.5
SHORT COURSE: PLAYING GAMES WITH (
THEORIES OF ) POLITICAL VIOLENCE
Room: Hilton, Union Square 13
Part:
Victor Asal, University at Albany, SUNY
Ora Beach Szekely, Clark University
Lewis K. Griffith, University of Denver
6.6
SHORT COURSE: POLITICS AT APSA - NEW
POLITICAL SCIENCE, ANTI-APARTHEID
MOVEMENTS, AND ISRAEL/PALESTINE
Room: Hilton, Union Square 24
Part:
C. Heike Schotten, University of Massachusetts Boston
Leila Farsakh, --University of Massachusetts Boston
6.7
SHORT COURSE: PROCESS TRACING
Room: Hilton, Franciscan D
Part:
Andrew Bennett, Georgetown University
Jeffrey T. Checkel, Simon Fraser University

DAILY SCHEDULE

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APSA Short Course


3.1
SHORT COURSE: COALITION BUILDING TO
ADVANCE DIVERSE LEADERSHIP AND
ADDRESS DISCRIMINATION IN POLITICAL
SCIENCE
Room: Hilton, Union Square 22
Part:
Carol A. Mershon, University of Virginia
Denise Marie Walsh, University of Virginia
3.2
SHORT COURSE: POLIINFORMATICS TEXT AS
DATA WORKSHOP
Room: Hilton, Union Square 16
Part:
John D. Wilkerson, University of Washington
3.3
SHORT COURSE: POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY
Room: Hilton, Union Square 19 & 20
Part:
Leonie Huddy, SUNY, Stony Brook
3.4
SHORT COURSE: POLITICAL SCIENCE IN THE
PUBLIC ARENA: COMMUNICATION
STRATEGIES FOR SCHOLARS
Room: Hilton, Union Square 14

SHORT COURSE: WHAT WORKS?


STRENGTHENING ELECTORAL INTEGRITY
Hilton, Imperial A
Pippa Pippa Norris, Harvard University

Wednesday, 1:30 PM to 5:30 PM

6.8

SHORT COURSE: THE METHODS STUDIO


DATA ACCESS AND RESEARCH
TRANSPARENCY FROM AN INTERPRETIVEQUALITATIVE PERSPECTIVE
Room: Hilton, Franciscan B
Part:
Sarah E. Parkinson, University of Minnesota
Dvora Yanow, Wageningen University
Peregrine Schwartz-Shea, University of Utah
Katherine J Cramer, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Jeffrey C. Isaac, Indiana University, Bloomington
Samantha Ann Majic, CUNY-John Jay College
6.9
SHORT COURSE: THE ROLE OF SCHOLARACTIVISM: HOW POLITICAL SCIENTISTS CAN
BOLSTER RESISTANCE MOVEMENTS
Room: Hilton, Union Square 23
Part:
Sekou M. Franklin, Middle Tennessee State University
6.10
SHORT COURSE: THE STATE OF THE FIELD IN
FEDERALISM/IGR RESEARCH: APPROACHES
TO DESIGN, DATA, MEASUREMENT, AND
ANALYSIS
Room: Hilton, Union Square 25
Part:
Kathleen Hale, Auburn University
Paul Manna, College of William & Mary
6.11
SHORT COURSE: UNDERSTANDING
COMPLEXITY - RESEARCH APPLICATIONS
FOR POLICY & POLITICAL SCIENCE
Room: Hilton, Union Square 1 & 2
Part:
Liz Johnson
APSA Events
7.1
SHORT COURSE: TEACHING HUMAN RIGHTS
Room: Hilton, Union Square 21

Wednesday, 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM


APSA Events
8.1
APSA AWARDS CEREMONY
Room: Hilton, Imperial B

Thursday, September 3, 2015


Thursday, 7:00 AM to 8:00 AM
APSA Events
9.1
FIRST-TIME ATTENDEE BREAKFAST
Room: Hilton, Imperial B
9.2
MINORITY STUDENT RECRUITMENT
PROGRAM (MSRP) MEETING
Room: Hilton, Executive Conf. Ctr. Presidio Room

Thursday, 8:00 AM to 9:45 AM


Theme Panels
10.1
IS ANYBODY LISTENING? POLITICAL
SCIENCE, THE NEW MEDIA AND POLITICS
Room: Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 38: POLITICAL
COMMUNICATION

Chair:
Part:

10.2
Room:

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Alvin B. Tillery, Northwestern University


E.J. Dionne
Christina M. Greer, Fordham University
Karthick Ramakrishnan, University of California
Riverside
Joshua A. Tucker, New York University
MARGINALIZATION, INCLUSION AND THE
FUTURE OF POLITICAL SCIENCE: A PANEL
HONORING DAVID EASTON
Hilton, Continental Parlor 2

DAILY SCHEDULE

Chair:
Part:

10.3
Room:

Kristen Renwick Monroe, University of California,


Irvine
John H. Aldrich, Duke University
Matthew Holden, University of Illinois, Springfield
Rodney E. Hero, University of California, Berkeley
Juan Carlos Huerta, Texas A&M University-Corpus
Christi
Valerie Lehr, St. Lawrence University
Dianne M. Pinderhughes, University of Notre Dame
Joanna Vecchiarelli Scott, Eastern Michigan University
Laura E Sjoberg, University of Florida
NEW THEORIES AND EVIDENCE ON LABOR
POLITICS
Nikko, Ballroom I
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY

Chair:
Disc:

Clayton M. Nall, Stanford University


John Stephen Ahlquist, University of California, San
Diego
Paul Frymer, Princeton University
Dorian T. Warren, Columbia University

Papers: Endogenous Institutions: Evidence from Public Sector


Collective Bargaining Laws
Agustina S Paglayan, Stanford University
Demography is Destiny: Revisiting the Decline of
Organized Labor
Frances Zlotnick, Stanford University
Strong Unions, Strong Welfare State? Evidence across
Sectors and States
Olivia Meeks, UC Berkeley
Informality, Enforcement Traps, and the Workers Party
in Brazil
German Feierherd, Yale University
Partisanship, Interest Groups, and Labor Market Policy
in Latin America
Federico Fuchs, University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill
Division Panels
DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT AND PHILOSOPHY:
HISTORICAL APPROACHES
11.1
ACROSS THE REVOLUTIONARY DIVIDE:
RETHINKING NINETEENTH-CENTURY
POLITICAL THOUGHT
Room: Parc 55, Cyril Magnin II
Chair: Jacob T. Levy, McGill University
Papers: The Turn to Positivism in International Law
Jennifer Pitts, University of Chicago
Toleration and Freedom of Discussion across the
Centuries
Greg Conti, Harvard University
Between Justice and Gratitude: Thomas Paine and the
Dilemmas of Private Property
Alexander H. Gourevitch, Brown University
Francois Guizot and the Challenge of Creating French
Parliamentary Government
William Selinger
DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT AND PHILOSOPHY:
HISTORICAL APPROACHES
11.2
DEMOCRATIC THEORIZING: PAST AND
PRESENT
Room: Nikko, Carmel II
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF
POLITICAL THEORY

Thursday, 8:00 AM to 9:45 AM

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL


THEORY

Disc:

Lars Toender, University of Copenhagen

Papers: Acting Out: A Performative Perspective on Democracy


Liron Lavi, Tel Aviv University
Choosing to Burn the Trojan Horse: Theorizing
Militant Democracy
Benjamin A. Schupmann, Columbia University
Encountering the Masses: Two Liberal Responses to
Democracy
Kyong-Min Son, University of Delaware
Populism, Demagogical Representation and the Crisis of
European Democracy
Nico De Federicis, University of Pisa
DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT AND PHILOSOPHY:
HISTORICAL APPROACHES
11.3
REPUBLICANISM: MARKETS AND FREEDOM
Room: Nikko, Carmel I
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL
THEORY

Disc:

Richard K. Dagger, University of Richmond

Papers: The French Model of Republican Democracy


Genevieve Rousseliere, The University of WisconsinMadison
Exit Left: Markets and Mobility in Republican Thought
Robert S. Taylor, University of California, Davis
Unfree Agents: Domination, Freedom, and
Responsibility
William Clare Roberts, McGill University
DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT AND PHILOSOPHY:
HISTORICAL APPROACHES
11.4
REVISITING ROUSSEAU
Room: Hilton, Union Square 17 & 18
Disc:
Joseph R. Reisert, Colby College
Papers: Economic Inequality and Rousseau's General Will
David Lay Williams, DePaul University
Kant, Rousseau, and the Arts and Sciences
Sidney Simpson, University of Notre Dame
Rousseau and Madame de Stal: A Fascinating
Intellectual Dialogue
Aurelian Craiutu, Indiana University
Rousseau's Amour-Propre: A Neo-Augustinian
Deconstruction of Liberal Democracy
Michael L. McLendon, California State University,
Los Angeles
DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY
11.5
BODY POLITICS
Room: Parc 55, Cyril Magnin I
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS

Chair:
Disc:

Papers: An Ethnography of Embodiment: Diversifying Method


Anita Chari
Beauvoirs Political Fictions - Linking Embodied Affect
to Commitment
Elaine Stavro, Trent University

DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY


11.6
PLATO AND CONTEMPORARY POLITICAL
THEORY: LEGACY, POLITICS,
INTERPRETATION
Room: Hilton, Lombard Room
Chair: Melissa Lane, Princeton University
Disc:
Samuel A. Chambers, Johns Hopkins University
Jill Frank, Cornell University
Papers: Plato on Political Idealism
Jonathan Peter Robert Thakkar
Thoughtful Reverence for Law?
Shalini Pradeepa Satkunanandan
Recovering a Theory of Performativity in Plato's
Mimesis
Demetra Fannie Kasimis, California State University,
Long Beach
Reason Too Hides Its Origins: Philosophic Inspiration
in Platos Dialogues
Susan Bickford, University of North Carolina, Chapel
Hill
DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY
11.7
THEORIZING THE ANTHROPOCENE
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 8
Chair: Elisabeth Robin Anker, George Washington University
Disc:
Elisabeth Robin Anker, George Washington University
Papers: Cautionary Tales from the Front Lines of the Climate
Crisis
Willy Blomme, Johns Hopkins University
Being at Home in the Anthropocene
Thomas L. Dumm, Amherst College
Pan-experientialism and African Animism
Anatoli Ignatov, Appalachian State University
DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL THEORY
11.8
AGENCY, RESPONSIBILITY, AUTONOMY
Room: Hilton, Union Square 23
Papers: Ethical Autonomy
Lucas Swaine, Dartmouth College
Political Responsibility: Realism and Political Agency
Farid Abdel-Nour, San Diego State University
The Contributions of Victims to Justice
Chris Tenove, University of Toronto
The Agency Game: Who is Responsible for Resolving
Global Challenges?
Ilari Aula, London School of Economics and Political
Science
DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL THEORY
11.9
DISABLED CITIZENSHIP
Room: Hilton, Union Square 13
Chair: Nancy J. Hirschmann, University of Pennsylvania
Disc:
Nancy J. Hirschmann, University of Pennsylvania

DAILY SCHEDULE

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Kristy King, Arizona State University


Rachel Sanders, Portland State University Division of
Political Science
Kristy King, Arizona State University

Materiality and "The Marxism Question" in the Work of


Simone de Beauvoir
Sonia Kruks, Oberlin College
Suffering the Word: Agonistic Fellowship in the Divine
Missive
Elizabeth R. Wingrove, University of Michigan, Ann
Arbor
Mill's Biopolitics
Stephen Engelmann, University of Illinois, Chicago

Thursday, 8:00 AM to 9:45 AM

Papers: Reconsidering the Disability Rights Movement


Claire C. McKinney, Washington University in St.
Louis
Disability and the Production of Scientific Knowledge
Kristin Bumiller, Amherst College
The Worth of Disability and the Question of Disabled
Citizenship
Ann Kathleen Heffernan, The University of Chicago
Why Rights are Still Right: Citizens' Rights and
Disability Rights
Anita Silvers, San Francisco State University
DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL THEORY
11.10
POLITICAL THEORY AND THE CORPORATION
Room: Nikko, Mendocino I
Chair: Luke Gabriel Mayville, Columbia University
Disc:
Emma Saunders-Hastings, Stanford Center on
Philanthropy and Civil Society
Papers: The Contradictions of the Neoliberal Corporation
David Ciepley, University of Denver
Defending the Associational Conception of Corporations
Prithviraj Datta, Brown University
Constitutionalizing Corporate Law
Elizabeth Pollman, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles
Private Power, Public Purpose: Regulating Corporations
as Quasi-Sovereigns
K. Sabeel Rahman, Brooklyn Law School
DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY
11.11
BUSINESSES, OFFICIALS, AND CORRUPTION
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 9
Chair: Pierre F. Landry
Disc:
Hiroki Takeuchi, Southern Methodist University
Pierre F. Landry
Papers: Access for Sale: An Empirical Analysis
Hye Young You, Vanderbilt University
Measuring Corruption: Challenges and Approaches
Vineeta Yadav, Pennsylvania State University
Officials' Rotation, Policy Instability and Corruption:
Evidence from China
Feng Yang, University of California, Los Angeles
Legacy of Communist Rule: Local Elite Composition
and GDP Data Manipulation
Fengming Lu, Duke University
Political Economy of Crony Capitalism
Armando Razo, Indiana University
DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY
11.12
POLITICAL ECONOMY OF THE ORIGINS,
DYNAMICS, AND TENURE OF AUTOCRATIC
RULE
Room: Parc 55, Davidson
Chair: Bryan R. Daves, Yeshiva University
Disc:
Andrew Little, Cornell University
Papers: Veto Players and Presidential Term Limits in
Dictatorship
Eric C.C. Chang, Michigan State University
Masaaki Higashijima, European University Institute/
Waseda University
Into the Abyss or Feet of Clay? Varied responses by
Autocrats to Protests
Bryan R. Daves, Yeshiva University

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DAILY SCHEDULE

Repression Backfire
Mehdi Shadmehr, University of Miami School of
Business and Princeton Department of Politics
Coercive Force and the Political Foundations of
Centralized Authority
Scott Tyson, New York University
DIVISION 7: POLITICS AND HISTORY
11.13
REGIME CHANGE AND GOVERNABILITY IN
INTERWAR EUROPE REVISITED
Room: Hilton, Union Square 24
Chair: Steffen Kailitz, Hannah Arendt Institute
Disc:
Dirk Berg-Schlosser
Papers: Rethinking Backsliding: Insights from the Historical
Turn
Amel F. Ahmed, University of Massachusetts,
Amherst
What Do We Know about Interwar Regime Changes?
Svend-Erik Skaaning, Aarhus University
The Pre-Political Origins of European Politics: The
Interwar Era
Jeffrey Kopstein, University of Toronto
What Makes Democracies Endure? Findings from the
Interwar Period
Steffen Kailitz, Hannah Arendt Institute
DIVISION 8: POLITICAL METHODOLOGY
11.14
ADVANCES IN CAUSAL INFERENCE
Room: Hilton, Sutter Room
Chair: Marc Meredith, University of Pennsylvania
Disc:
Marc Meredith, University of Pennsylvania
Marc T. Ratkovic, Princeton University
Papers: Estimating Effect Sizes in Survey Experiments
Michael Peress, SUNY - Stony Brook
Randomization Based Instrumental Variables Methods
for Binary Outcomes
Luke Keele, Pennsylvania State University
Robustness: An Approach for Exploring the Stability of
Effects and Inferences
Eric Neumayer, London School of Economics
Thomas Pluemper, University of Essex
Blinded by the Past?: A Competing Risk, Split
Population Approach to Dynamics
Shawna K. Metzger, National University of Singapore
DIVISION 8: POLITICAL METHODOLOGY
11.15
JOURNAL EDITORS & DA-RT: NEW DATA
SHARING AND RESEARCH TRANSPARENCY
REQUIREMENTS
Room: Parc 55, Mission II
Chair: Arthur Lupia, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Part:
Colin Elman, Syracuse University
John Ishiyama, University of North Texas
Sean M. Lynn-Jones, Harvard Univerrsity
Deborah Yashar, Princeton University
DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS
11.16
ACCOUNTABILITY AND LOCAL POLITICS IN
BRAZIL
Room: Hilton, Continental Ballroom 4
Papers: Blame and Credit Attribution: Welfare Provision and
Accountability in Brazil
Natalia Salgado Bueno, Yale University

Thursday, 8:00 AM to 9:45 AM

Bringing Government Closer to Citizens? Local


Electoral Accountability in Brazil
Peter G. Johannessen, Princeton University
The Effect of Independent Monitoring on Levels of
Municipal Corruption
Leonardo Antenangeli, The University of Houston
The Logic of Politically-Targeted Health Goods in Local
Campaigns in Brazil
Marika Danielle Csapo, University of California, Los
Angeles
The Motivation and Implication of Participatory
Budgeting: Lesson from Brazil
Maggie Shum, University of Notre Dame
DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS
11.17
ETHNIC DIVERSITY AND GOVERNMENT
POLICY
Room: Hilton, Franciscan B
Chair: John F. McCauley, University of Maryland, College
Park
Disc:
Gal Ariely, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
Papers: An Experimental Test of Social Contact Theory in
Nigeria
Alexandra Scacco, New York University
Shana Warren, New York University
Government Policies and Ethnic Diversity
Albana Shehaj, University of Michigan Ann Arbor
Ronald Franklin Inglehart, University of Michigan,
Ann Arbor
How Different Approaches to Education Shape Ethnic
and National Identities
Kai Ostwald, University of British Columbia
Neighbourhood Ethnic Diversity and Support for
Universal Health Care in the UK
Anja Neundorf, University of Nottingham
Charlotte Cavaille, Institute for Advanced Study in
Toulouse
DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS
11.18
POPULATION-BASED SURVEY EXPERIMENTS
IN THE MIDDLE EAST
Room: Hilton, Taylor Room
Chair: Amaney Jamal, Princeton University
Disc:
Daniel Corstange, Columbia University

Papers: Corruption Accountability: Political Responses to


Corruption Scandals
Milena Ang Collan Granillo, University of Chicago
Corruption Prosecutions, Politicization, & Public
Attitudes: An RDD Analysis
Nan Zhang, European University Institute
Multinational Corporations and Corruption: The Case of
Siemens
Carolyn M. Warner, Arizona State University
Jennifer Kartner, Arizona State University
The Impact of Overall Economic Freedom on Corruption
Lana Mobydeen, Kent State University
DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES
11.20
ABSENTEE STATES: UNGOVERNED SPACES
AND THE LIMITS TO STATE AUTHORITY
Room: Hilton, Continental Ballroom 6
Chair: David Stasavage, New York University
Disc:
David Stasavage, New York University
Jacob Norman Shapiro, Princeton University
Papers: Origins of the State: A Mechanism Design Approach
Scott Abramson, University of Rochester
Jee Seon Jeon, Florida State University
Living in Ungoverned Space: Pakistan's Frontier Crimes
Regulation
Michael Callen, University of California, Los Angeles
Saad Ahmad Gulzar, New York University
Jacob Norman Shapiro, Princeton University
Foreign Interference in Domestic Sovereignty: Evidence
from the Philippines
Melissa Lee, Stanford University
Governance Providers in Areas of Mixed Authority
Ben Oppenheim
Strong States and Strategic Governance: Territorial
Variation in State Presence
Jessica Steinberg, Indiana University
DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES
11.21
THE POLITICS OF TAXING AND SPENDING
Room: Hilton, Union Square 1 & 2
Chair: Aaron Schneider, University of Denver
Disc:
Aaron Schneider, University of Denver
Papers: Ideology and Taxation
David Doyle, University of Oxford
Nestor Castaneda, University College London
Money or Management? Explaining the Political Impact
of Budget Support
Susan Dodsworth, McGill University
Parties, Legislators and Mayors: Electoral Connection in
Brazil
Leonardo S. Barone, Fundao Getulio Vargas
George Avelino, FGV-SP
Ciro Biderman

DAILY SCHEDULE

Daily Schedule

Papers: Corruption at the Courthouse? Results from a List


Experiment in Morocco
Matt J. Buehler, University of Tennessee
Measuring Preference Falsification: Results from a List
Experiment in Egypt
Steven Brooke, John F. Kennedy School of
Government, Harvard University
Jason Brownlee, University of Texas, Austin
International Recognition and Attitudes Towards the Use
of Violence
Nadav G. Shelef, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Yael Zeira, University of Mississippi
Comparability within Culture? Intra-group Differential
Item Functioning in Survey Response.
Jocelyn Sage Mitchell, Northwestern University in
Qatar
Justin Gengler, SESRI, Qatar University

DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS


11.19
THE POLITICS OF CORRUPTION
Room: Hilton, Franciscan A
Chair: Miriam A. Golden, University of California, Los
Angeles
Disc:
Junyan Jiang

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Thursday, 8:00 AM to 9:45 AM

Rigging Democracy: Managing Political Allies Through


Redistribution
Kristen Kao
DIVISION 13: THE POLITICS OF COMMUNIST AND
FORMER COMMUNIST COUNTRIES
11.22
CIVIL SOCIETY, PROTEST AND MASS
MOBILIZATION IN POST-COMMUNIST
SETTINGS
Room: Parc 55, Divisadero
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE
DEMOCRATIZATION

Chair:
Disc:

Valerie Sperling, Clark University


Suzanne E. Scoggins, University of California, Berkeley

Papers: At the Parliament or in the Streets? Issue Composition


of Protest in V4
Katerina Vrablikova, University of Mannheim
Ondrej Cisar, Czech Academy of Sciences
Revolutionaries beyond borders: Eastern European
Transnational Activism
Tsveta Petrova, Columbia University
Diversity in Demobilization
Virginie Lasnier, McGill University
Civil Society Organizations under Authoritarian Rule
Taiyi Sun, Boston University
Politics of the Absurd: Humor as a Mobilizing Tool in
Russia
Ellen Carnaghan, Saint Louis University
DIVISION 15: EUROPEAN POLITICS AND SOCIETY
11.23
THE CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF
HEALTH CARE REFORM
Room: Hilton, Union Square 19 & 20
Chair: Paulette Kurzer, University of Arizona
Disc:
Ellen M. Immergut, Humboldt University Berlin
Papers: The Politics of Regulated Competition in the
Netherlands
Karen M. Anderson, University of Southampton
Health Inequalities in England and France
Julia Lynch, University of Pennsylvania
Claiming Authority over the NHS
Scott L. Greer, University of Michigan
Re-conceptualizing Mental Health Care in France and
the US
Isabel Maria Perera
Social Insurance in the 21st Century
Margitta Maetzke, Johannes-Kepler University Linz
DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY
11.24
FOREIGN AID, NATURAL RESOURCES,
TAXATION, AND ACCOUNTABILITY
Room: Nikko, Monterey II
Chair: David H. Bearce, University of Colorado, Boulder
Disc:
David H. Bearce, University of Colorado, Boulder
Kristin Grace Michelitch, Vanderbilt University
Papers: Perceptions of the Resource Curse and Aid:
Experimental Evidence from Uganda
Brandon Miller-de la Cuesta, Princeton University
Helen V. Milner, Princeton University
Daniel L. Nielson, Brigham Young University

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Oil, Information, and Political Action: Experimental


Evidence from Uganda
Laura B. Paler, University of Pittsburgh
Guy Grossman, University of Pennsylvania
Jan Henryk Pierskalla, The Ohio State University
Budgets, Bargains, and Coercion: Equilibrium Levels of
Taxation and Public Goods
Lucy E. S. Martin, UNC - Chapel Hill
Foreign Aid and Civic Participation: Experimental
Evidence from the Philippines
Gabriella R. Montinola, University of California,
Davis
Timothy W. Taylor, University of California, Davis
Evaluating Foreign Aid Branding: Survey Experimental
Evidence from Bangladesh
Simone Dietrich, University of Missouri
Matthew S. Winters, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign
DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY
11.25
THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF NON-TARIFF
BARRIERS TO TRADE
Room: Hilton, Union Square 25
Chair: Joe Weinberg, University of Southern Mississippi
Disc:
Sean D. Ehrlich, Florida State University
Papers: Of Mangoes and Deodorant: How Regulations Became
the Crux of Trade Politics
Gary Winslett, Boston College
Commerce and Credence: Why Government Regulations
Proliferate and Promote Trade
Jason Kuo, University of California, San Diego
Patriotic Boycotts: International Tensions and Private
Trade
Tyson Chatagnier, Vanderbilt University
Kerim Can Kavakli, Sabanci University
Tax or Spend? Determining Protectionist Policy
Preferences
Joe Weinberg, University of Southern Mississippi
The Power of Language: Convergence and Competition
in the Texts of PTAs
Soo Yeon Kim, National University of Singapore
DIVISION 17: INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION
11.26
AUTONOMY OF INTERNATIONAL
INSTITUTIONS
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 5
Chair: Randall W. Stone, University of Rochester
Papers: The Consequences of International Rules on Domestic
Attitudes and Compliance
Julia Gray, University of Pennsylvania
Allison Carnegie, Columbia University
Jonathan B. Slapin, University of Essex
Financing Rules and IO Staff Autonomy: The Case of
the United Nations
Erin R. Graham, Drexel University
Purchasing Power? The Relation Between Staff and
Donors at the United Nations
Svanhildur Thorvaldsdottir, University of Rochester
Expressing Displeasure by Withdrawing from
Intergovernmental Organizations
Felicity Vabulas, University of Chicago, Harris
School of Public Policy Studies

Thursday, 8:00 AM to 9:45 AM

Informational and Distributive Theories of International


Institutions
Erik Voeten, Georgetown University
Depth, Participation, and International Human Rights
Agreements
Xinyuan Dai, University of Illinois, UrbanaChampaign
Alexandros Tokhi, WZB Berlin Social Science Center
DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
11.27
ALLIANCE POLITICS
Room: Hilton, Franciscan D
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 50: POLITICAL NETWORKS

Chair:
Disc:

Sergio Catignani, University of Exeter


Sergio Catignani, University of Exeter

Papers: Outcome Unclear: The Effects of Untested Alliances on


State Reputations
Thomas Richard Cook, University of Colorado
Boulder
Bilateral Defense Cooperation and the New Global
Security Network
Brandon J. Kinne, University of California, Davis
A Network Theory of Alliances
Yuke Li, Yale University
Domestic Sources of Alliance Formation
Carrie A Lee, Stanford University
The Unforeseen Consequences of Extended Deterrence
Rupal Mehta, Harvard Kennedy School
Neil Narang, University of California, Santa Barbara
DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
11.28
U.S. DOMESTIC POLITICS AND THE USE OF
FORCE
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 1
Chair: Jordan Tama, American University-SIS
Disc:
Christopher F. Gelpi, The Ohio State University

Russia and the Eurasian Union: Offering an Alternative


Model?
Tracey German
Angela Merkel and the Re-emergence of Germany on
the World Scene
Gale A. Mattox, US Naval Academy
The Lion Roars No More: The Retirement of the United
Kingdom?
Andrew M. Dorman
DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY
11.30
ASSESSING UNCERTAINTY IN FOREIGN
POLICY DECISION MAKING
Room: Hilton, Franciscan C
Chair: David Holloway, Stanford University
Disc:
Kai He, Griffith University
Papers: Assessing the Probability of Success in Afghanistan and
Vietnam
Jeffrey A. Friedman, Dartmouth College
U.S. Assessments of Oil Supply and Price Disruptions in
the 1970s
Victor Robert McFarland, University of Missouri
How China Ends Wars (1950-1979): Implications for
Contemporary Flashpoints
Oriana Skylar Mastro, Georgetown University
Mission Impossible?: When Will Covert Regime Change
Operations Succeed?
Lindsey O'Rourke, Boston College
DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY
11.31
FOREIGN POLICY OF MIDDLE EAST STATES
Room: Hilton, Union Square 21
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE
POLITICS OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

Chair:
Disc:

Papers: Life and Limb: New Estimates of Casualty Aversion in


the U.S.
Tanisha Fazal, University of Notre Dame
Analyzing U.S. Public Perceptions of Manned versus
Unmanned Weaponry
Julia M. Macdonald
Jacquelyn Schneider
Lame Duck Foreign Policy
Philip B. K. Potter, University of Virginia
The Political Origins of Elite Support for War
Elizabeth Nathan Saunders, George Washington
University
Just War Doctrine and the U.S. Public
Scott D. Sagan, Stanford University
Benjamin A. Valentino, Dartmouth College

Papers: Recycling the Unlearned Lessons of the Past in the Fight


Against ISIL
Steve Grenier, King's College London

Papers: Obama, the Iran Narrative, and US Foreign Policy


Christopher Ferrero, Syracuse University
State Identities, Institutions and Continuity and Change
in Iran'sNuclear Policy
Abolghasem Bayyenat
Surviving the Spring: Foreign Policy and Regime
Security in the Arab Uprisings
Debra Shushan, College of William & Mary
US Democracy Promotion in Kuwait: From Liberation
To Stagnation (1991-2011)
Dionysis Markakis, Center for International and
Regional Studies, Georgetown's School of Foreign
Service in Qatar
Israel and the Arab Spring: Isolation as a Geopolitical
Reasoning
PINAR AKPINAR, Istanbul Policy Center/Sabanci
University
Bulent ARAS

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DIVISION 19: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY AND ARMS


CONTROL
11.29
A DISINTEGRATING WEST AND THE FUTURE
OF THE INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM?
Room: Parc 55, Balboa
Chair: Chris C. Demchak, US Naval War College
Disc:
Andrew M. Dorman

Ivan Sascha Sheehan, University of Baltimore College


of Public Affairs
Kamran Bokhari

DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES


11.32
ACCOUNTING FOR CRIMINAL CIVIL WARS:
NEW CONFLICTS FOR A MULTI-POLAR
WORLD?
Room: Hilton, Mason Room
Chair: Luis De la Calle, Centro de Investigacin y Docencia
Econmicas (CIDE)
Disc:
Sandra Jessica Ley Gutierrez, CIDE

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Thursday, 8:00 AM to 9:45 AM

Papers: Dynamics of Civil Wars and Organized Crime:


Convergence and Divergence
Stathis N. Kalyvas, Yale University
The Logic of Violent Corruption in Criminal War
Benjamin Lessing
When Do Drug Trafficking Organizations Enter
Electoral Politics?
Guillermo Trejo, University of Notre Dame
Boundless Violence: The Logic of Economic Civil Wars
Luis De la Calle, Centro de Investigacin y Docencia
Econmicas (CIDE)
Andreas Schedler, Centro de Investigacion y
Docencia Economicas
DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES
11.33
POPULAR CULTURE AND CONTENTIOUS
POLITICS
Room: Nikko, Ballroom III
Chair: Lisa Wedeen, University of Chicago
Disc:
James D. Fearon, Stanford University
Papers: Gender Strategy in Massive Multiplayer Online Roleplaying Games
Johanna Kristin Birnir, University of Maryland,
College Park
David Waguespack, University of Maryland- College
Park
Pop Struggle: Repression and Dissent in Film, Graphic
Novels and Comics
Christian Davenport, University of Michigan
Approaching ABM Virtualizations as Complex Games
Ian S. Lustick, University of Pennsylvania
Miguel Garces, Lustick Consulting
Patrick N. O'Mahen, Lustick Consulting
Thomas McCauley, Lustick Consulting
The Virtualization of Real War
Marcus Schulzke, University of Leeds
DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES
11.34
REFUGEE AND CONFLICT DYNAMICS
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 7
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 50: POLITICAL NETWORKS

Chair:
Disc:

Aysegul Aydin, University of Colorado, Boulder


Yao-Yuan Yeh, University of California, Merced
Aysegul Aydin, University of Colorado, Boulder

Papers: Conflict, Refugee Influxes, and Health Outcomes


Tracy Kuo Lin, University of California, San
Francisco
Guilt by Association: Questioning Refugee Camps as
Sites of Conflict Diffusion
Andrew C Shaver, Princeton University
Yang-Yang Zhou, Princeton University
Out of the Frying Pan and Into the Fire? One-Sided
Violence in Refugee Locations
Kerstin Fisk, Loyola Marymount University
Third Party Intervention in Civil War: Refugee Policy
and Interstate Disputes
Kara Ross Camarena
Welcoming the Unwelcome: Refugee Flows, Integration,
and Political Stability
Burcu Savun, University of Pittsburgh
Christian Gineste

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DIVISION 22: LEGISLATIVE STUDIES


11.35
COMMITTEES IN CONGRESS: SOURCES OF
POWER AND INFLUENCE
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 4
Chair: Alan E. Wiseman, Vanderbilt University
Disc:
Alan E. Wiseman, Vanderbilt University
Timothy P. Nokken, Texas Tech University
Papers: Conditional Committee Assignment Bias in Light of
Institutional Norms
Sam Glaser, University of Notre Dame
Congressional Agenda Setting in an Centralized Era
Jonathan Lewallen, University of Texas at Austin
Information and Committee Power in Congress: Cues
and Floor Amendment Votes
James M. Curry, University of Utah
Staffing Priorities in Congress: From Collective to
Individualized Activities
R. Eric Petersen, Congressional Research Service,
Library of Congress
Lara Chausow, Congressional Research Service
Protecting the Vulnerable? The $tate of House
Committee Assignments
Scott Adler, University of Colorado, Boulder
Adam Cayton, University of Colorado Boulder
DIVISION 24: PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
11.36
THE CASE OF EDUCATION IN PUBLIC
MANAGEMENT RESEARCH
Room: Parc 55, Powell I
Disc:
Vicky Wilkins, American University
Papers: Branding, Signaling, and Institutional Identity in Public
Higher Education
Alisa Hicklin Fryar, University of Oklahoma
Christopher Birdsall, American University
Tom Rabovsky, Indiana University, Bloomington
Exploring the Impact of Social Construction on
Stakeholder Engagement
Thaddieus W. Conner, New Mexico State University
Person Environment-Fit and Choice of College Major
Field for Freshman Students
Raymond Zuniga, American University
The Network Approach to Post-9/11 Education Benefits:
The Profit Incentive
Daniel L. Fay, Mississippi State University
Corri Zoli, Syracuse University
Rosalinda Maury, Institute for Veterans and Military
Families | Syracuse University
DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY
11.37
BUREAUCRATIC POLICYMAKING
Room: Hilton, Union Square 5 & 6
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 24: PUBLIC
ADMINISTRATION

Chair:
Disc:

Gary E. Hollibaugh, University of Notre Dame


Rachel Augustine Potter, University of Virginia
Miranda Yaver, Washington University in St. Louis

Papers: Analyzing Agency Choice with Text Analysis: The Case


of the NLRB
Lawrence S. Rothenberg, University of Rochester
Matthew James Sweeten

Thursday, 8:00 AM to 9:45 AM

Prioritization by Litigation? Deadlines and Resource


Limits in Agency Rulemaking
Christopher Michael Carrigan, George Washington
University
Laurence Tai, NYU School of Law
The Politics of Administrative Rulemaking in the
American States.
Graeme Boushey, University of California, Irvine
Robert J. McGrath, George Mason University
Does Industry Persuade or Purchase the Regulators?
Srinivas Parinandi, University of Michigan, Ann
Arbor
Matthew P. Hitt, Louisiana State University
DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY
11.38
THE WELFARE STATE IN COMPARATIVE
PERSPECTIVE
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 6
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE
POLITICS

Chair:
Disc:

Rosemary CR Taylor, Tufts University


Marwa Shalaby, Rice University
Charlotte Fridolfsson, Linkping University

Papers: Age, Period and Cohort Effects: Differences in Attitudes


Towards Spending
Roula Nezi, University of Konstanz
Social Protection in Asia: Coverage, Generosity and
Stratification
Xian Huang, University of Pennsylvania
The Paradox of Redistribution: Explaining development
over time?
Anders Lindbom, Uppsala University
The New American Welfare State: Consumer
Bankruptcy as Case Study
Serena Laws, Trinity College
DIVISION 26: LAW AND COURTS
11.39
DON'T LET IT BRING YOU DOWN: THE
CONSEQUENCES OF JUDICIALIZATION
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 7
Chair: Gordon Silverstein, Yale University
Part:
Jeb Barnes, University of Southern California
Sarah Staszak, Harvard University
Ran Hirschl, University of Toronto
Thomas M. Keck, Syracuse University
Charles R. Epp, University of Kansas
J. Mitchell Pickerill, Northern Illinois University
George I. Lovell, University of Washington
DIVISION 28: FEDERALISM AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL
RELATIONS
11.40
DECENTRALIZATION, RECENTRALIZATION,
PARTICIPATION AND INEQUALITY
Room: Parc 55, Stockton
Chair: Jean-Paul Faguet, London School of Economics
Disc:
Maria C. Escobar-Lemmon, Texas A&M University

DIVISION 30: URBAN POLITICS


11.41
BEYOND THE 'END OF FEDERAL URBAN
POLICY' IMPASSE
Room: Parc 55, Sutro
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY

Chair:
Disc:

Susan E. Clarke
Todd Swanstrom, University of Missouri-St. Louis

Papers: Rethinking Federal Urban Policy in an Age of Austerity


Robert P. Stoker, George Washington University
Michael J. Rich, Emory University
'Collective Impact' Initiatives in the Education Sector
Jeffrey R. Henig
Constance Margarete Clark, Teachers College,
Columbia University
David M. Houston, Teachers College, Columbia
University
Multilevel Governance and Immigrant Integration Policy
in the US and Canada
Mara Sidney, Rutgers University, Newark
The Federal Policy/Local Capacity Nexus in National
Labor Market Policies
Allison Bramwell, University of North Carolina at
Greensboro
DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS
11.42
NEW ABORTION POLITICS
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 3
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 29: STATE POLITICS AND
POLICY

Chair:
Disc:

Laura R. Woliver, University of South Carolina


Laura R. Woliver, University of South Carolina
Karen L. Baird, Purchase College, SUNY

Papers: Governing Reproduction: Race, Nation, and Abortion in


the United States
Jennifer Denbow, unaffiliated, beginning May 2015
Misinformed Consent: State Indices on Abortion
Cynthia R. Daniels, Rutgers University, New
Brunswick
Amanda M. Roberti
Grace Elizabeth Howard, Rutgers University
The New Abortion Politics: Expanding Conflict Through
Policy Diffusion
Anna Calasanti, University of New Mexico
Descriptive versus Substantive Representation: Women
Want Substance
Danielle Martin, California State University,
Sacramento
Protecting Women as Women: Strategic Framing of
Abortion Regulations
Amanda M. Roberti

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Papers: Scale, Community, and Regional Government


Gary Marks, University of North Carolina, Chapel
Hill
Liesbet Hooghe, University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill
Latin American Recentralization in Cross-Regional
Perspective
J. Tyler Dickovick, Washington & Lee University

Regional Self-Rule and Voting Participation in Latin


America
Sara Niedzwiecki, University of New Mexico
Alissandra T. Stoyan, Kansas State University
The Causes of Recentralization in Colombia (2007-2011)
Julian Daniel Lopez-Murcia, University of Oxford
Subnational Inequality in Social Development: Colombia
as a Case Study
Silvia Otero-Bahamon, Northwestern University

Thursday, 8:00 AM to 9:45 AM

DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND POLITICS


11.43
THE INTERSECTIONS OF RACE AND GENDER
POLITICS
Room: Hilton, Imperial B
Disc:
Jessica L. Lavariega Monforti, Pace University
Papers: Gender Differences in Political Ambition of Elite Young
People of Color
Shauna L Shames
Gender Gaps and Immigrant Incorporation: The Asian
American Women's Vote
Christian Dyogi Phillips, University of California Berkeley
Taeku Lee, University of California, Berkeley
Gendered & Racialized Reentry: Negotiating the
Criminal Justice System
Keesha M. Middlemass, Trinity University
Better For All Women? The Impact of Race and Gender
on Negative Campaigns
Liz Lebron, Louisiana State University
DIVISION 33: RELIGION AND POLITICS
11.44
INTERACTIONS BETWEEN AND INFLUENCES
OF RELIGIOUS AND ELECTORAL POLITICS
Room: Hilton, Van Ness Room
Chair: Ted G. Jelen, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Disc:
Ted G. Jelen, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Matthew L. Jacobsmeier, West Virginia Univerity
Papers: Candidate Evaluation, Corruption and Religiosity:
Evidence from Pakistan
Michael Kalin, Yale University
Niloufer Siddiqui, Yale University
Does Religion Distract Voters? How Religion Affects
Economic and Values Voting
Ben Gaskins, Lewis & Clark College
The Political Ecology of Religious Presence: Interest
Group Agenda Control
Paul A. Djupe, Denison University
Andrew R. Lewis, University of Cincinnati
Islamist Party Strategies After the Arab Uprisings
Quinn Mecham, Brigham Young University
DIVISION 35: POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS AND
PARTIES
11.45
CONCEPTUALIZING PARTIES: PARTIES AS
POLICY DEMANDERS AND THE
ALTERNATIVES
Room: Hilton, Union Square 16
Chair: Christopher Baylor
Part:
Kathleen Bawn, University of California, Los Angeles
Gary C. Jacobson, University of California, San Diego
Daniel R. DiSalvo, CUNY-City College of New York
Julia Rezazadeh Azari, Marquette University
DIVISION 35: POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS AND
PARTIES
11.46
THE ORIGINS AND EFFECTS OF PRIMARY
ELECTIONS
Room: Parc 55, Embarcadero
Chair: Barry C. Burden, University of Wisconsin
Disc:
Justin Buchler, Case Western Reserve University
Barry C. Burden, University of Wisconsin
Papers: Did the Direct Primary Lead to Polarization?
Seth E. Masket, University of Denver

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Direct Primaries under Presidential Systems: Evidence


from South Korea
Shinhye Choi, University of California, Berkeley
Endorsements and Elite Signaling in the 2012
Republican Primaries
Nitya Rao, University of Texas, Austin
Median Activists or Median Voters: The Contingent
Effect of Primary Elections
Daniel Max Kselman, IE Business School; School of
IR
No Polarization in spite of Primaries? A Median Voter
Theorem with Nominations
Gilles Serra, Centro de Investigacion y Docencia
Economicas
DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND VOTING BEHAVIOR
11.47
ADVANCING SALIENCY THEORY: PARTIES'
SALIENCE STRATEGIES IN MULTI-ISSUE
ELECTIONS
Room: Hilton, Powell Room
Chair: James Adams, University of California, Davis
Disc:
Sergio Jesus Ascencio Bonfil, University of Rochester
James Adams, University of California, Davis
Papers: Valence Campaigning in the 2008 US Congressional
Elections
Thomas Gschwend, University of Mannheim
Stoetzer Frederik Lukas, University of Mannheim
Steffen Zittlau, University of Mannheim, MZES
Party Competition and the Mobilization of Social
Groups
Lorenzo De Sio, LUISS Guido Carli
Till Weber, Baruch College, CUNY
The Salience of the 2nd Dimension: Heresthetics in 18
Parliamentary Democracies
Francesc Amat, Institute for Political Economy and
Governance
Salience Strategies and Policy Bundling in Multi-Issue
Elections
Chitralekha Basu, University of Rochester
Parties Issue Emphasis as Determinants of Associative
Issue Ownership
Stefaan Walgrave
Jonas Lefevere
DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND VOTING BEHAVIOR
11.48
THE EFFECTS OF EDUCATION, AGE, MASS
SHOOTINGS, AND NATURAL DISASTERS ON
TURNOUT
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 3
Chair: John E. McNulty, Univ. Alabama-Birmingham (UAB)
Disc:
Holly Ann Garnett, McGill University
Papers: Hundred Years of Educational Expansion: Did it Affect
Political Participation?
Sven Oskarsson, Uppsala University
Karl-Oskar Lindgren, Uppsala University
Mikael Persson, University of Gothenburg
Issue Salience & Campaign Contributions: Evidence
from Mass Shootings in the US
Valentino Larcinese, Universita' Bocconi, Milan
Francesco Maria Esposito, Catholic University of the
Sacred Heart - Via Necchi 5 - 20123 - Milan
Francesco Sobbrio, Catholic University of Milan

Thursday, 8:00 AM to 9:45 AM

Natural Disasters And Political Participation: Evidence


from Reoccurring Floods
Lukas Rudolph, University of Munich
Patrick Michael Kuhn, Princeton University
Voting Without Your Feet: Mandatory Mail Ballot
Elections in California
Sean Freeder, University of California Berkeley
Gabrielle Elul, UC Berkeley
Jake M Grumbach, UC Berkeley
The Decline of Political Participation in Old Age
Barry C. Burden, University of Wisconsin
DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND VOTING BEHAVIOR
11.49
THE ELECTORAL CONNECTION AND
DEMOCRATIC ACCOUNTABILITY
Room: Parc 55, Mason
Chair: Anthony Fowler, University of Chicago
Disc:
Ethan Bueno de Mesquita, University of Chicago
Anthony Fowler, University of Chicago
Papers: Representational Strategies in Fragmented Electoral
Markets
Travis Johnston, University of California, Berkeley
Party-Candidate Linkages and Electoral Instability
Francesca Refsum Jensenius, Norwegian Institute of
International Affairs
Pavithra Suryanarayan, Johns Hopkins University
Descriptive Representation and Legislative Influence
Matthew J. Hayes, Indiana University, Bloomington
William Kindred Winecoff, Indiana University
Business Experience Required? Analyzing Mayors and
Fiscal Outcomes in US Cities
Patricia Kirkland, Columbia University
How Legislator Identities Matter for Substantive
Minority Representation
Albert Fang, Yale University
DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION
11.50
UNDERSTANDING ATTITUDES OF AND
TOWARD GROUPS
Room: Parc 55, Mission I
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND
POLITICS

Chair:
Disc:

Jennifer L. Merolla
Jennifer L. Merolla
Ashley E. Jardina, Duke University

DIVISION 38: POLITICAL COMMUNICATION


11.51
"TRUST ME, I DIDN'T MEAN TO SEE
POLITICAL INFORMATION..."
Room: Hilton, Union Square 14
Chair: Emily Sydnor, Southwestern University
Disc:
Ken Mulligan, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
Nathaniel Swigger, Ohio State University
Papers: Passive Learning and Incidental Exposure to News
Natalie Jomini Stroud, University of Texas, Austin
Joshua M. Scacco, Purdue University
Accidental Exposure to Politics on Social Media as a
Participation Equalizer
augusto valeriani, Universit di Bologna
Cristian Vaccari, Royal Holloway, University of
London
What Drives Conspiratorial Beliefs? The Role of
Informational Cues
Joseph E. Uscinski, University of Miami
Casey A. Klofstad, University of Miami
Why is Satire so Liberal: Psychology, Ideology, and
Humor Appreciation
Dannagal G. Young, University of Delaware
Abigail Goldring
Shannon Poulsen
DIVISION 41: POLITICS, LITERATURE, AND FILM
11.52
DARK PLACES: CRIME AND POLITICS IN
JAMES ELLROYS AMERICA
Room: Parc 55, Powell II
Chair: Darrell A. Hamlin, Fort Hays State University
Disc:
Darrell A. Hamlin, Fort Hays State University
Papers: Title: James Ellroy, Don DeLillo and the tragic 60s,
Joseph Romance, FHSU
Joseph Romance, Fort Hays State University
Policing, Corruption, and Criminality: Force and the
Rule of Law
Jeffrey A. Becker, University of the Pacific
James Ellroy's California
Susan McWilliams, Pomona College
Seeking Dimension: Women in the Body of James
Ellroy
Deirdre M. Condit, Virginia Commonwealth
University
DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE DEMOCRATIZATION
11.53
CLIENTELISM AND CORRUPTION ACROSS
DICTATORSHIP AND DEMOCRACY
Room: Hilton, Union Square 3 & 4
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY

Chair:
Disc:

Sarah Hummel, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign


Simeon C. Nichter, UC San Diego
Sarah Hummel, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign

Daily Schedule

Papers: Contextual Ethnic Diversity and Ethnicized Crime


Attitudes
Frederik Hjorth, University of Copenhagen
Inter-Group Attitudes Among Multiple Populations:
Competition and Context
Matt A. Barreto, University of California, Los
Angeles
Benjamin Fontaine Gonzalez, Highline College
Gabriel Sanchez, University of New Mexico
Kiku Huckle
Perceptions of In-Group Voting Preferences: RaceEthnicity, Gender, and Party
David C. Wilson, University of Delaware
Darren Davis, University of Notre Dame
The Structure of Racial Attitudes Among White
Americans
Stanley Feldman, Stony Brook University
Leonie Huddy, SUNY, Stony Brook

Perception, Self-Interest and the Principle-Policy Gap in


Racial Attitudes
Andrew J. Taylor, North Carolina State University

Papers: Clientelism on the Ground: Lessons from the Argentine


Case
Mariela Szwarcberg, Reed College

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Thursday, 8:00 AM to 9:45 AM

Lustration and clientelism: transitional justice in shaping


party-voter linkages
Monika Nalepa, University of Chicago
Patronage and Permanent Giveaways: Party
Institutionalization in Dictatorships
Anne Meng, University of California, Berkeley
Explaining AKP Support in Turkey
Melissa J. Marschall, Rice University
Abdullah Aydogan
Alper Tolga Bulut
Corruption as a Self-Fulfilling Prophecy: Evidence from
a Survey Experiment
Daniel W. Gingerich, University of Virginia
Virginia Oliveros, Tulane University
DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE DEMOCRATIZATION
11.54
CRITICAL EVOLUTIONS IN ELECTION
OBSERVATION
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 1
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND
ELECTORAL SYSTEMS

Chair:
Disc:

Shelley McConnell, St. Lawrence University


Harold A. Trinkunas, The Brookings Institution

Papers: Randomization and International Election Observation


Susan D. Hyde, Yale University
David Carroll, Carter Center
Do Governments Counteract International Pressure for
democracy?
Judith Kelley, Duke University
Conceptualizing Electoral Accompaniment
Jennifer McCoy, Georgia State University
Shelley McConnell, St. Lawrence University
Domestic Election Monitors, Electoral Institutions and
Integrity in the Americas
Sharon F. Lean
Toward a Process-Based Evaluation of International
Electoral Observation
Betilde Virginia Muoz-Pogossian, Organization of
American States
DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE DEMOCRATIZATION
11.55
SUBNATIONAL VARIATIONS IN DEMOCRACY
AND AUTOCRACY
Room: Hilton, Union Square 22
Chair: Jonathan T. Hiskey, Vanderbilt University
Disc:
Agustina Giraudy, American University
Papers: Local Protest and Election Fraud: A New Test of
Authoritarian Regime Uncertainty
Tomila Lankina
Electoral Freeness and Fairness: The Impact of Local
Elections on National Ones
Kelly M. McMann, Case Western Reserve University
Sub-national Variations in Election Quality- Lessons
from Malawi
Michael Wahman, University of Missouri
Paths toward Subnational Democratization: L. America
in a Comparative Framework
Jacqueline Behrend, Universidad Nacional de San
Martn / CONICET
Reciprocal Retaliation and the Federal Basis of Party
Competition in Nigeria
Carl LeVan, American University-SIS

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DIVISION 45: HUMAN RIGHTS


11.56
CRITICAL THEORIES OF PEACE: PEACE,
JUSTICE, HUMAN RIGHTS
Room: Hilton, Union Square 15
Chair: Douglas Irvin-Erickson, George Mason University, The
School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution
Disc:
Stephen Eric Bronner, -universityPapers: Partisan Moralism to System Transformation in Conflict
Analysis and Resolution
Douglas S. Irvin, George Mason University, School
for Conflict Analysis and Resolution
A Critical Theoretical Approach to Human Rights for
Social Transformation
Micheline Ishay, University of Denver
Genocide, Human Rights & Crimes Against Humanity:
The Eclipse of Justice
Douglas Irvin-Erickson, George Mason University,
The School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution
Freedom from Fear?: The Global Human Rights
Response to Gender-Based Violence
Alison Brysk, UCSB
DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE METHODS
11.57
AFTER BOSTON COLLEGE: ETHICAL AND
METHODOLOGICAL INNOVATION IN
FIELDWORK
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 2
Chair: Tariq Thachil, Yale University
Disc:
Peregrine Schwartz-Shea, University of Utah
Adam Michael Auerbach, American University
Papers: Understanding Autocrats: Challenges of Micro-level
Research on Iraq
Julia Choucair-Vizoso, Stanford University
Researching Violence under Authoritarianism: How
Ethics Shapes Methodology
Sheena Chestnut Greitens, University of Missouri,
Columbia
Rethinking Field Methods and Ethics in Fragile States
Milli Lake, Arizona State University
Kate Cronin-Furman
Whose Evidence? How US Law and the War on
Terror Affect Violence Research
Sarah E. Parkinson, University of Minnesota
Interviewing Civil War Perpetrators: Fear, Empathy, and
Research Ethics
Anastasia Shesterinina, Yale University
DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE METHODS
11.58
SHOULD THERE BE A REGISTRY FOR
POLITICAL SCIENCE RESEARCH?
Room: Nikko, Mendocino II
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 51: EXPERIMENTAL
RESEARCH

Chair:
Part:

Alan M. Jacobs, University of British Columbia


Andrew Bennett, Georgetown University
John Gerring, Department of Political Science, Boston
University
Macartan Humphreys, Columbia University
Jonathan Nagler, New York University

Thursday, 8:00 AM to 9:45 AM

DIVISION 53: THE AFRICAN POLITICS CONFERENCE


GROUP
11.59
ETHNICITY AND THE POLITICS OF RESOURCE
ALLOCATION IN AFRICA
Room: Parc 55, Lombard
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY

Disc:

Adam Harris, New York University

Papers: The Politics of Allocation: Ethnicity and Kenyas


Constituency Development Fund
Kirk Andrew Harris
Local Logics of Development in Decentralized West
Africa
Martha Wilfahrt, Northwestern University
Relationship between Trust and Approval: Results of a
Panel Survey in Ghana
Kevin S. Fridy, University of Tampa
Mary R. Anderson, University of Tampa
What Determines Levels of Patronage? Sub-National
Evidence From Kenya
Agnes Cornell, Aarhus University
Michelle D'Arcy, Trinity College Dublin
DIVISION 54: POLITICAL EPISTEMOLOGY
11.60
EPISTEMIC DEMOCRACY AND ITS CRITICS
Room: Parc 55, Fillmore
Chair: Alfred Moore
Part:
Helene E. Landemore
Jack Knight, Duke University
Nadia Urbinati, Columbia University
Daniel Viehoff, Yale University/University of Sheffield
DIVISION 55: CLASS & INEQUALITY
11.61
VOICES OF THE UNHEAVENLY CHORUS:
INEQALITIES IN ORGANIZED INFLUENCE
Room: Parc 55, Hearst
Chair: Joseph M. Schwartz, Temple University
Disc:
David Broockman

Papers: Political Parties and Interest Groups after Citizens


United Convergence or Divergence? Do Parties and
Outside Groups Spend on the Same Candidates, and
Does It Matter?
Diana Dwyre, California State University, Chico
Robin A. Kolodny, Temple University
Interest Group Issue Strategies: Advertising in the 2014
Congressional Elections
Erika Franklin Fowler, Wesleyan University
Michael M. Franz, Bowdoin College
Travis N. Ridout, Washington State University
How Purists Dominate Money in Politics
Raymond J. La Raja, University of Massachusetts,
Amherst
Brian F. Schaffner, University of Massachusetts,
Amherst
What Would a $1.5 Million Contribution Limit Mean
for the Parties?
Michael J. Malbin, University at Albany, SUNY
12.2
CHRISTIANS IN POLITICAL SCIENCE:
CHRISTIAN PERSPECTIVES ON IMMIGRATION
POLICY
Room: Nikko, Ballroom II
Chair: Kimberly H. Conger, University of Cincinnati
Disc:
Kimberly H. Conger, University of Cincinnati
Papers: White Evangelicals and Immigration
Ruth Melkonian-Hoover, Gordon College
Lyman Kellstedt, Wheaton College
Immigration and the Southern Baptist Convention:
Moving the Republican Majority
Stuart Warren, University of Cincinnati
Challenging Sovereignty: Theologically Qualifying
Federal United States Immigration Law
Robert W Heimburger, Blackfriars Hall, University
of Oxford
12.3
POLITICAL FORECASTING GROUP:
FORECASTING THE 2015 UK PARLIAMENTARY
ELECTION
Room: Hilton, Imperial A
Chair: Mary Stegmaier, University of Missouri
Disc:
Bruno JEROME, University of Paris II Pantheon Assas
Ross E. Burkhart
Papers: ElectionForecast.co.uk: Combining National, Local and
Historical Information to Forecast the 2015 General
Election
Chris Hanretty, University of East Anglia
Benjamin E Lauderdale, London School of
Economics
Nick Vivyan, Durham University
Victory without Power: The Tories in the 2015 Election
Matthew Lebo, Stony Brook University
Helmut Norpoth, Stony Brook University

DAILY SCHEDULE

Daily Schedule

Papers: Advocacy by Organizations: What Would an Unbiased


Pressure System Look Like?
Kay Lehman Schlozman, Boston College
Frank R. Baumgartner, University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill
Congressional Inattention to Inequality: Speech, Money,
and Organized Interests
Christopher M. Witko, The University of South
Carolina
Jana Morgan, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Nathan J. Kelly, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Peter Enns, Cornell University
Protests and Legislative Bias Favoring Racial and Ethnic
Minorities and the Poor
LaGina Gause, University of Michigan
Class Norms on College Campuses
Tali Mendelberg, Princeton University
Katherine McCabe, Princeton University
Adam Thal, Princeton University
Who Listens to Whom? Assessing Inequalities in
Representation
Justin Phillips, Columbia University
Jeffrey R. Lax, Columbia University
Adam Zelizer

Related Groups
12.1
CAMPAIGN FINANCE RESEARCH GROUP:
POLITICAL PARTIES AND INTEREST GROUPS
AFTER CITIZENS UNITED
Room: Nikko, Monterey I
Chair: Ruth S. Jones, Arizona State University
Disc:
Michael J. Malbin, University at Albany, SUNY

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Thursday, 8:00 AM to 9:45 AM

Using a Synthetic Model for Forecasting the Next


British General Election
Michael S. Lewis-Beck, university of iowa
Eric Belanger, McGill University
Richard Nadeau, University of Montreal
The Party Leadership Model: An Early Forecast of the
2015 British General Election
Andreas Erwin Murr, University of Oxford
From Polls to Votes to Seats: Forecasting the 2015
British General Election
Robert Ford, University of Manchester
Will Jennings, University of Southampton
Mark A. Pickup, Simon Fraser University
Christopher Wlezien, University of Texas at Austin

15.3
Room:

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 47: SEXUALITY AND


POLITICS

Thursday, 8:30 AM to 9:30 AM


APSA Events
13.1
APSA RALPH BUNCHE SUMMER INSTITUTE
(RBSI) ORIENTATION MEETING
Room: Hilton, Executive Conf. Ctr. Presidio Room
13.2
TEACHING AND LEARNING COMMITTEE
BUSINESS MEETING
Room: Hilton, Executive Conf. Ctr. Marina Room

Thursday, 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM


APSA Events
14.1
WOMEN OF COLOR IN POLITICAL SCIENCE
FOCUS GROUPS (INVITATION ONLY)
Room: Hilton, Executive Conf. Ctr. Seacliff Room

Thursday, 10:15 AM to 12:00 PM


Theme Panels
15.1
FIFTY YEARS AFTER THE VRA: THE FUTURE
OF VOTING AND REPRESENTATION IN THE US
Room: Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND
POLITICS
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 52: MIGRATION AND
CITIZENSHIP

Chair:
Part:

15.2
Room:

Jane Y. Junn, University of Southern California


Nathaniel Persily, Stanford University
David T. Canon, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Sophia Jordan Wallace, Rutgers University, New
Brunswick
Stephen D. Ansolabehere, Harvard University
Kareem Crayton, Crimcard Consulting Services
RACE AND GENDER IN THE EARLY
AMERICAN REPUBLIC
Hilton, Imperial B
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT
AND PHILOSOPHY: HISTORICAL APPROACHES

Chair:
Disc:

Eileen Hunt Botting, University of Notre Dame


Eileen Hunt Botting, University of Notre Dame
Chernoh Sesay, DePaul University

Papers: Gender and the Politics of Place in Hannah Mather


Crockers Reminiscences
Sarah Loretto Houser, American University
Humankind is But One Family Frances Wright on
Race and Gender in America
Lisa Pace Vetter, University of Maryland, Baltimore
County

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The Moral Imagination of an Informed Citizenry:


Crocker, Hall and Freemasonry
John Slifko, Roosevelt Center for the Study of Civil
Society and Freemasonry
David Walker and the Political Theology of Slave
Resistance
Michael Gorup, Cornell University
New Jersey Womens Suffrage in 1776-1807 and in
Historical Memory
Kirsten Nussbaumer, Stanford University
SEXUAL MINORITIES-POLICY-MAKING AND
POLITICAL REPRESENTATION
Hilton, Continental Parlor 2

Chair:
Disc:

Jocelyn M. Boryczka, Fairfield University


Susan Mezey, Loyola University Chicago
Jocelyn M. Boryczka, Fairfield University

Papers: A Queer Family Resemblance: Identity Politics without


the Identity
Paul Martorelli, University of California, Berkeley
Intersectionality & Surrogate Representation: Women of
Color and LGBT Policy
Megan Elizabeth Osterbur, Xavier University of
Louisiana
Unity or Diversity: Examining the Formation of the
LGBT Coalition in US Politics
Zein Murib, University of Minnesota
The War on Solicitation: A Tool for Controlling
Transgender Populations
Courtenay W. Daum, Colorado State University
Transgender Marginalization: Political Articulations of
Inclusion
Ana P. Morgenstern
APSA Events
16.1
BEST PRACTICES TO ACHIEVE AND SUSTAIN
GENDER EQUALITY: ARE WE THERE YET?
Room: Hilton, Franciscan A
Chair: Frances McCall Rosenbluth, Yale University
Part:
Jane Mansbridge, Harvard Kennedy School
Melanie Frances Manion, Duke University
Kathleen Thelen, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Dawn L. Teele, University of Pennsylvania
Barbara F. Walter, University of California, San Diego
Mala Htun, University of New Mexico
Vesla Mae Weaver, Yale University
Nadia E. Brown, Purdue University
16.2
PERESTROIKA AND PERSPECTIVES: U.S.
POLITICAL SCIENCE BETWEEN PAST AND
FUTURE
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 1
Chair: Jeffrey C. Isaac, Indiana University, Bloomington
Part:
John G. Gunnell, University of California, Davis
Ange-Marie Hancock, University of Southern California
Mary Fainsod Katzenstein, Cornell University
Robert O. Keohane, Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton
University
David D. Laitin, Stanford University
Kristen Renwick Monroe, University of California,
Irvine
Anne Norton, University of Pennsylvania
Rogers M. Smith, University of Pennsylvania

Thursday, 10:15 AM to 12:00 PM

Division Panels
DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT AND PHILOSOPHY:
HISTORICAL APPROACHES
17.1
EMPIRE, IMPERIALISM, AND RACE
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 2
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF
POLITICAL THEORY
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL
THEORY

Disc:

Inder Singh Marwah, McMaster University

Papers: Montesquieus Teaching International Relations:


Between Liberty and Empire
Andrea Radasanu
Burke and Paine on the Origins of British Imperialism
in India
Daniel I. O'Neill, University of Florida
A Cautionary Radical: John Stuart Mill and the Tensions
of Empire
Menaka Philips, Tulane University
DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY
17.2
BORDER CROSSINGS
Room: Parc 55, Divisadero
Chair: Mina Suk, Arizona State University
Disc:
P.J. Brendese, Johns Hopkins University
Papers: Engaged Cosmopolitanism: Edward Said and Giorgio
Agamben's universalisms
Manu Samnotra, University of Florida
Jane Addams and Possibilities for Political Friendships
Wynne Walker Moskop, Saint Louis University
Critiques of Chrono-normativity: Queer, Evangelical,
and Messianic Temporalities
John McMahon, The Graduate Center, CUNY
Joanna Tice, The Graduate Center, CUNY
DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY
17.3
POLICE POWER AND POLITICAL THEORY
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 4
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL
SCIENCE

Chair:
Disc:

Leonard C. Feldman, CUNY-Hunter College


George Ciccariello-Maher, Drexel University

Papers: Unlawful Police Governance in Democracies


Guillermina Seri, Union College
Policing and Violence: Theorizing the Postcolonial
Interventions
Jinee Lokaneeta, Drew University
Policing, Torture, and Justice: Police Responses to
Human Rights Norm Diffusion
Rachel Lee Wahl, University of Virginia
The Self-Defense Justification for Police Violence and
State Sovereignty
Leonard C. Feldman, CUNY-Hunter College

DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL THEORY


17.5
SHOULD WE "MANAGE" DIVERSITY?
Room: Nikko, Monterey II
Chair: Hollie Sue Mann, University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill
Disc:
Hollie Sue Mann, University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill
Papers: Managing Diversity in Normative Political Theory: A
Typology
Avery Elias Plaw, University of Massachusetts,
Dartmouth
Beyond Diversity: Managing the Identity Crises of the
21st Century
Michael R. Clifford, Mississippi State University
On the Value of Diversity: Kang Youwei's Great Unity
and Mill's Individuality
Fernando Romero, Johns Hopkins University
The Difficulty of Diversity: Free Speech and
Psychological Distress
Malte Froeslee Ibsen, Goethe University Frankfurt
Jeffrey Howard, University of Essex
DIVISION 5: POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY
17.6
WHAT DO WE LEARN FROM DELIBERATIVE
MINI-PUBLICS?
Room: Parc 55, Powell II
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 50: POLITICAL NETWORKS

Chair:
Disc:

Lynn M. Sanders, University of Virginia


Genevieve Fuji Johnson, Simon Fraser University
Patrick Fournier, Universite de Montreal

Papers: What Kind of Opinions Do Deliberative Mini-Publics


Represent?
James S. Fishkin, Stanford University
The Value of Opinion Change: Theoretical and
Empirical Considerations
Andre Bchtiger, Universitat Luzern
Deliberation, Homogenization, and Polarization*
Robert C. Luskin, University of Texas, Austin
Kyu S. Hahn, Seoul National University
James S. Fishkin, Stanford University
Does Deliberation in Like-minded Groups Lead to More
Extreme Opinions?
Kimmo Gronlund, Abo Akademi University
Evaluating Inequality and Argument Reasoning in
Deliberation
Alice Siu, Stanford University
DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY
17.7
CONFLICT, TAXATION, AND STATE CAPACITY
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 7
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE
POLITICS

Chair:
Disc:

Daily Schedule

DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL THEORY


17.4
AUTHOR MEETS CRITICS ROUNDTABLE:
ALAN PATTEN'S "EQUAL RECOGNITION"
Room: Parc 55, Balboa
Chair: Lucas Stanczyk, MIT
Part:
Joseph H. Carens, University of Toronto
Chiara Cordelli, University of Exeter/Princeton
University

Steven Wall, University of Arizona


W. James Booth, Vanderbilt University
Alan Patten, Princeton University

Robert H. Bates, Harvard University


Robert H. Bates, Harvard University

Papers: A Simple Model of State Building


Maxim Ananyev, UCLA
Elite Conflict and the Expansion of State Capacity in
Post-Revolutionary Mexico
Francisco Garfias, Stanford University

DAILY SCHEDULE

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Thursday, 10:15 AM to 12:00 PM

Security in the Absence of a State: Clans, Goats and


Pirates in Northern Somalia
Avidit R. Acharya
Robin Harding, University of Rochester
Jonathan Andrew Harris
Partial State Formation and Local Fiscal Performance in
the West Bank
Diana Greenwald, University of Michigan
DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY
17.8
POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY, INSTITUTIONS, AND
PUBLIC GOODS
Room: Hilton, Union Square 15
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 28: FEDERALISM AND
INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS

Chair:
Disc:

Pablo Beramendi, Duke University


Pablo Beramendi, Duke University

Papers: Decentralized Taxation and Redistribution: Evidence


from Europe
Jeremy Ferwerda
Fail-Safe Federalism
Sanford C. Gordon, New York University
Dimitri Landa, NYU
Who Speaks for the Poor?
Karen Long Jusko, Stanford University
Redistribution and Progressivity
Matthew Dimick, SUNY Buffalo Law School
Daniel Stegmueller, University of Mannheim
DIVISION 7: POLITICS AND HISTORY
17.9
AUTHOR MEETS CRITICS: THE LOVERS
QUARREL: THE TWO FOUNDINGS
Room: Parc 55, Mason
Chair: Sonu Bedi, Dartmouth College
Part:
John Dinan, Wake Forest University
Sidney M. Milkis, University of Virginia
James A. Morone, Brown University
Elizabeth Sanders, Cornell University
Stephen Skowronek, Yale University
DIVISION 7: POLITICS AND HISTORY
17.10
RACE AND THE AMERICAN STATE
Room: Hilton, Union Square 24
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND
POLITICS

Chair:
Disc:

Thomas K. Ogorzalek, Northwestern University


Paul Frymer, Princeton University

Papers: Conceptualizing and Explaining Anti-Civil Rights


Enforcement in the US South
Daniel Kryder, Brandeis University
Reflections on the Weakness of Restorative Justice in
American Politics
Robert Mickey, University of Michigan
Rick Valelly, Swarthmore College
The Even Newer JIm Crow
Daniel H. Kato
For Democracy and a Caste System? Theorizing World
War II and Civil Rights
Steven White, Lafayette College
Todays Runaway Slaves: Unauthorized Immigrants in a
Federalist Framework
Allan Colbern

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DAILY SCHEDULE

DIVISION 8: POLITICAL METHODOLOGY


17.11
BRIDGING THE QUANTITATIVE-QUALITATIVE
DIVIDE: TEXT ANALYSIS AND DATA
THRESHOLDS
Room: Hilton, Continental Ballroom 4
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE
METHODS

Chair:
Disc:

Adam Ramey, New York University-Abu Dhabi


Amy Semet

Papers: A New Frontier Thesis: Estimating Data Thresholds in


fsQCA
Andrew S Rosenberg, Ohio State University
Austin Knuppe, Ohio State University
Bear F. Braumoeller, Ohio State University
Automated Text Analysis in the Study of IR: Why
Current Approaches Fail
Richard McAlexander, Columbia University
Measuring Discursive Institutions in South Korean
Newspaper Articles
Oul Han, Freie Universitaet Berlin
DIVISION 8: POLITICAL METHODOLOGY
17.12
MEASUREMENT MODELS IN COMPARATIVE
POLITICS
Room: Hilton, Taylor Room
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE
POLITICS

Chair:
Disc:

Betul Demirkaya, Washington University in St. Louis


Fang-Yi Chiou, Academia Sinica
Daniel Pemstein, North Dakota State University

Papers: An Empirical Typology of Political Regimes


Sebastian Ziaja, Heidelberg University
Martin Elff, Zeppelin University
Estimating the Number of Latent Classes
Shawn Treier, Australian National University
Non-parametric Scaling of Political Parties
Tasos Kalandrakis, University of Rochester
Measuring Policy Positions Through the Aggregation of
Survey Responses
Rene Lindstadt, University of Essex
Sven-Oliver Proksch, McGill University
Common Space for Citizens and Legislators in Latin
America: A Bayesian Approach
Constanza F. Schibber, Washington University in St.
Louis
DIVISION 10: POLITICAL SCIENCE EDUCATION
17.13
DIVERSE APPROACHES TO IMPROVING
ONLINE EDUCATION
Room: Hilton, Mason Room
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 9: TEACHING AND
LEARNING IN POLITICAL SCIENCE

Chair:
Disc:

Richard A. Barrett, University of Southern California


Scott Abernathy, University of Minnesota
Joel R. Campbell, Troy University

Papers: Improving Enrollment and Retention in Online Classes


through Rapport-building
Rebecca A. Glazier, University of Arkansas, Little
Rock

Thursday, 10:15 AM to 12:00 PM

Scripting in an Online Environment


Renee B. Van Vechten, University of Redlands
Tyson D. King-Meadows, University of Maryland,
Baltimore County
Assessing Diversity in Non-Western Comparative
Politics Online
Andrew Levin, Harper College
Teaching about Disability Access: Identifying Barriers
and Assessing Solutions
Arthur Blaser, Chapman University
DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS
17.14
ACCOUNTABILITY AND PUBLIC GOODS
PROVISION: NEW EVIDENCE FROM AFRICA
Room: Hilton, Continental Ballroom 6
Chair: Evan S. Lieberman, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology
Disc:
Beatriz Magaloni, Stanford University
Papers: The Political Consequences of NGOs: Experimental
Evidence from Ghana
Katharine A. Baldwin, Yale University
Is the Long Route of Accountability Too Long?
Evidence from South Africa
Daniel Nicolas Jacques de Kadt
Evan S. Lieberman, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology
Contingent Prize Allocation in One Clientelist
Democracy: Evidence from Senegal
Jessica Gottlieb, Texas A&M University
Horacio Alejandro Larreguy, Harvard University
Participatory Research and Accountability: Experimental
Evidence from Kenya
Ryan M. Sheely, Harvard University
DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS
17.15
FISCAL POLICIES: CAUSES AND
IMPLICATIONS
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 9
Chair: Marc P. Berenson, King's College London
Disc:
Florian Max Benjamin Hollenbach, Texas A&M
University
Papers: Holding on to a Shaking Throne? Fiscal Profligacy and
Democratic Governance
Christian Ruiz-Palmero, University of Lausanne
Philipp Trein, University of Lausanne
Taxation and Government Quality in Democracies and
Autocracies
Rasmus Broms, Quality of Government Institute,
University of Gothenburg
The How and Why of Regulating Political Finance
Andrea Abel van Es, University of Sydney
Trust, Fear and Diverse Paths to the Post-Communist
Modern Tax State
Marc P. Berenson, King's College London

DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING


COUNTRIES
17.17
AUTHORITARIANISM, REPRESSION AND
MOBILIZATION IN THE MIDDLE EAST
Room: Hilton, Franciscan C
Chair: Jillian M. Schwedler, Hunter College
Disc:
Tarek E. Masoud, Harvard University
Papers: When Regimes Attack: Repression and Anti-Coup
Mobilization in Egypt
Neil Ketchley, University of Oxford
Neoliberalism, Authoritarian Learning and the Police
State in Egypt
Michael Farquhar, Department of Politics and
International Studies, School of Oriental and African
Studies
Systemic Crisis, Economic Ideas, and Military Rule in
Post-WWII Syria
Daniel Neep, Georgetown University
Judiciary-Police Relations and the Egyptian Uprisings
Dina I. Rashed
DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES
17.18
GENDER POLITICS AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN
THE DEVELOPING WORLD
Room: Nikko, Carmel I
Papers: Gender Politics, Regime Resilience and Civil Society:
Algeria and Mozambique
Jasmin Lorch, GIGA German Institute of Global and
Area Studies
Bettina Bunk, German Institute of Global and Area
Studies (GIGA)
HUMAN RIGHTS DISCOURSE IN TURKEY: An
Inductive Approach to Theory
Zehra F. Kabasakal Arat, University of ConnecticutStorrs
Political Power, NGO initiative and Dalit Human Rights
in Rural India
Suparna Soni, State University of New York at
Buffalo
The State Duty to Protect Human Rights: Corporate
Complicity in the Modern Era
Tricia Olsen, University of Denver

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Daily Schedule

DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS


17.16
PUBLIC GOODS, CORRUPTION, AND THE
STATE
Room: Hilton, Lombard Room
Chair: Marko Klasnja, Georgetown University
Disc:
Marko Klasnja, Georgetown University

Papers: A 'Systemic' Understanding of Public Goods Provision


Neeraj Vimal Prasad, The Fletcher School, Tufts
University
Colonialism in Europe: Imperial Legacies in the Balkans
Bogdan Gabriel Popescu, Political Science at
UChicago
Mind the Electoral Gap: How Investment in Public
Infrastructure Helps Autocrats
Joan E. Cho, Harvard University
Jae Seung Lee
Byung Kwon Song
Rethinking Corruption: Integrity and Anti-Corruption
Policy in Bolivia
Paul M. Heywood, University of Nottingham
Nieves Zuniga, University of Nottingham
The Effects of Nomenklatura on Local Public Goods
Distribution
Zeyang Arthur Yu, The Hong Kong University of
Science and Technology

Thursday, 10:15 AM to 12:00 PM

When Quotas Fail: Electoral Rules and Gender Bias in


Brazils House Elections
Frederico Batista Pereira, Vanderbilt University
DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES
17.19
PUBLIC OPINION AND STATE-SOCIETY
RELATIONS IN CHINA
Room: Hilton, Union Square 13
Chair: Peter L. Lorentzen, University of California, Berkeley
Disc:
Teresa Wright, California State University, Long Beach

DIVISION 14: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF ADVANCED


INDUSTRIAL SOCIETIES
17.21
USING WITHIN-COUNTRY INSTITUTIONAL
DIVERSITY FOR CAUSAL IDENTIFICATION IN
JAPAN
Room: Hilton, Sutter Room
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND
ELECTORAL SYSTEMS
Co-sponsored by Japan Political Studies Group

Chair:
Disc:

Joel A. Middleton, UC Berkeley


Faisal Z. Ahmed, Princeton University

Papers: Patriots of Diverse Characteristics: Deconstructing


Chinas Anti-Japan Protests
Ketian Zhang, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Public Opinion and Fiscal Decision-making in China:
Based on a Survey Experiment
Tianguang Meng, Tsinghua University
The Effect of NGOs' Lobbying Activities on
Government Policy Making in China
Qiang (Jason) Guo, New York University
Changdong Zhang, Peking University
Nationalism, Media Bias, and Radicalization: Who
Supports Repression and Why
Kai Quek, University of Hong Kong
Yue Hou, MIT
Poverty Reduction, State-building, and Regime
Resilience in Xinjiang and Tibet
Chao-yo Cheng, UCLA
Title: Adoption or Dismissal? Explaining Policy
Consequences of CPPCC Proposals
Bin Yu, Xavier University

Papers: The Unspoken Role of Public Works Projects in Public


Safety: An IV Approach
Masataka Harada
Etsuhiro Nakamura, Ehime University
Strategic Allocation of Party Leader Visits under an
Uneven Electoral System
Michio Umeda, Ehime University
When Do Voters Rely on Familiarity Cues?
Experimental Evidence from Japan
Justin Reeves, UCSD Political Science
Decomposing Voter Preferences for Personal Attributes:
A Conjoint Analysis
Yusaku Horiuchi, Dartmouth College
Daniel M. Smith, Harvard University
Teppei Yamamoto, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology
A Framing Experiment with MPs under Alternative
Electoral Systems
Megumi Naoi, University of California, San Diego

DIVISION 13: THE POLITICS OF COMMUNIST AND


FORMER COMMUNIST COUNTRIES
17.20
ETHNIC DIVERSITY AND IDENTITY POLITICS
IN POST-COMMUNIST STATES
Room: Parc 55, Hearst

DIVISION 15: EUROPEAN POLITICS AND SOCIETY


17.22
AFTER THE CRISIS: SOCIAL POLICYMAKING
IN AN ERA OF AUSTERITY
Room: Hilton, Union Square 5 & 6
Chair: Lucy Barnes, University of Kent
Disc:
Paulette Kurzer, University of Arizona

Co-sponsored by Association for the Study of Nationalities

Chair:
Disc:

Arolda Elbasani, EUI


Sherrill Stroschein, University College London

Papers: Extra-territorial Citizens and Voters: Moldovan Voters in


Romanian Elections
Eleanor Knott, Department of Government, London
School of Economics
Natives, Locals, Diasporans: Armenian Identity
Categories in Russia and Georgia
Kristin Cavoukian, University of Toronto
Pre-Communist Legacies and Contemporary Russian
Irredentism in Ukraine
Scott G. Feinstein, University of Florida
Socialization, Ethnic Saliency, and Identity in Bosnia
Matthew T. Becker, University of Mississippi
Testing Theories about Ethnic Diversity and the Breakup of the Soviet Union
Henry E. Brady, University of California, Berkeley
Cynthia S. Kaplan, University of California, Santa
Barbara

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Papers: Social Policy Preferences in Mature Welfare States


Charlotte Cavaille, Institute for Advanced Study in
Toulouse
How the Great Recession reconfigures power in
advanced capitalism.
Desmond King, University of Oxford
David Rueda, University of Oxford
Burdens of Bankruptcy: Consumer Insolvency and WellBeing during the Eurocrisis
Alexander J. Jakubow, New Mexico State University
DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY
17.23
CRITICAL AND CONSTRUCTIVIST
APPROACHES TO IPE
Room: Parc 55, Davidson
Chair: Stefanie Hiss, University of Jena
Disc:
Stefanie Hiss, University of Jena
Papers: Authoritative Practices in the OTC Derivatives Market
Pre- and Post-Crisis
Erin Lockwood, Northwestern University
Capitalists of the World, Unite?
Kevin Funk
Rising Power's State-Business Collaboration in PTA
Policy: India-Sri Lanka FTA
Wei-Lun Huang, SOAS, University of London

Thursday, 10:15 AM to 12:00 PM

DIVISION 17: INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION


17.24
BEYOND RATIFICATION: THE MANY WAYS
THAT THE INTERNATIONAL LEGAL SYSTEM
MATTERS
Room: Hilton, Imperial A
Chair: Karen J. Alter, Northwestern University
Disc:
Karen J. Alter, Northwestern University
Papers: Partners in Compliance: The Political Cover of WTO
Rulings
Cosette D Creamer, Harvard University
Deciding to Defer: Fairness and Efforts against Parental
Child-Abduction
Asif Efrat, Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya
Abraham Newman, Georgetown University
International Criminal Accountability and the Mechanics
of Deterrence
Courtney Hillebrecht, University of Nebraska,
Lincoln
Mea Culpa? The International Politics of Violation and
Exception
Tonya L. Putnam
Domestic Courts and International Relations: Case of
Foreign Sovereign Immunity
Adam Chilton, University of Chicago Law School
Christopher A. Whytock, University of California,
Irvine
Interstate Naming and Shaming in Human Rights
Mi Hwa Hong, University of Michigan
DIVISION 17: INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION
17.25
POSTER SESSION: INTERNATIONAL
COLLABORATION
Room: Hilton, Grand Ballroom
Disc:
Tobias Hofmann, University of Utah

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Papers: Delayed Ratification? Domestic Barriers and Multilateral


Human Rights Treaties
Audrey Lynn Comstock, Cornell University
Holding Hands while Parting Ways: Examining
Interstate Alliance Renegotiation
Ping-Kuei Chen, University of Maryland, College
Park
Lets Talk about It: Shared Language and Peaceful
Conflict Management
Volker Krause, Eastern Michigan University
Susumu Suzuki, Wayne State University
On the Brink: When International Criminal Tribunals
Influence Elite Combatants
Jacqueline R. McAllister, Kenyon College
Regions and Environmental Cooperation: The Role of
Identity Driven Diffusion
Colin Kuehl, University of California - Santa
Barbara
Teaming Up: The Interplay of UN and Regional IGO
Sanctions
Inken von Borzyskowski, FSU
The Strategic Use of Norms: The U.S. and the UN
Security Council in Iraq
Clayton J. Cleveland
The Legislative Influence of the Elected 10
Susan H. Allen, University of Mississippi
Amy Yuen, Middlebury College

DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY


17.26
POSTER SESSION: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
Room: Hilton, Grand Ballroom
Papers: Are Coups Really Contagious?
Dorothy Smith Ohl, George Washington University
Audience Costs or Superpower Patrons? Sources of
Restraint in Crisis Bargaining
Dani Nedal, Georgetown University
Matthew Kroenig, Georgetown University
Conflict, Rivalries and the Duration of Authoritarian
Regimes
Joonbum Bae
Desirable Punishments: Organizational Sanctions and
Terrorist Behavior
Jeremy Matthew Berkowitz
Examining Military Training and Civilian Targeting: an
Experiment from Iraq
Andrew Bell
Fight or Flight in Civil War? Evidence from RebelControlled Syria
Vera Mironova
Sam Whitt
Leader Survival, Natural Disasters, and International
Conflict
Matthew DiLorenzo, Vanderbilt University
Lessons from Syria: The Political and Military Utility of
Chemical Weapons
Hassan Elbahtimy, Centre for Science and Security
Studies
Looking for Trouble: Analyzing Search Engine Data
During International Crises
Eric Min, Stanford University
Lizhi Liu, Stanford University
Military Humanitarian Intervention and Selectivity
Miku Matsunaga
Status and Shadenfreude
Thomas M. Dolan
The Effects of Humanitarian Aid on Rivalry after
Exogenous Shocks
Thomas Jamieson, University of Southern California
To Constrain or Not To Constrain? Opinions about
Executive Authority to Wage War
Michael R. Tomz, Stanford University
Masaru Kohno, Waseda University
Trading Arms and the Demand for Military
Expenditures: A Panel-Data Analysis
Oliver Pamp, University of Munich
Paul W. Thurner, University of Munich
United Nations Effectiveness in Addressing Wartime
Sexual Violence
Mehwish Sarwari, University at Buffalo, SUNY
Water-Related Events and Civil Conflict
Sojeong Lee, University of Iowa
Why Kill Mussolini? Regime Types and Leaders PostTenure Fates
Mitchell Radtke, Texas A&M University
Terrorist Threat Indicators & Warnings: InformationTheoretic Analysis of Cases
Katya Drozdova, Seattle Pacific University

Thursday, 10:15 AM to 12:00 PM

DIVISION 19: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY AND ARMS


CONTROL
17.27
POSTER SESSION: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
AND ARMS CONTROL
Room: Hilton, Grand Ballroom
Disc:
Joel R. Campbell, Troy University
Papers: Are Drone Strikes an Effective Weapon to Target
Insurgent Groups?
Asfandyar Ali Mir, University of Chicago
Losing History In Conceptual Chaos: Foreign Rule and
Relational Structures
Ben Denison, University of Notre Dame
Explaining Outside Options for the US to Address ISIS
Clayton J. Cleveland
'Divide and Deter': An American Strategy for the 21st
Century
Mathias Ormestad Frendem, University of Oxford/
Harvard University
Constrained Rationality: Modeling Chinas Nuclear
Nonproliferation Policy-making
Hongyu Zhang, University of Georgia
The Evolution of Norms? American Policy Towards
Revolution in Iran and Egypt
Chad Nelson, Brigham Young University
DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY
17.28
POSTER SESSION: FOREIGN POLICY
Room: Hilton, Grand Ballroom
Papers: Appeasing Your Neighbors? Leadership Travel and
China's Alignment Behaviors
Chong Chen, Duke University
Diplomatic Relations in Global Politics: Political Shift in
Diplomatic Strategy
Kelly Matush, University of California, San Diego
Shuhei Kurizaki, Waseda University
The Availability of Security Guarantees and the Need
for WMD
Christopher McKallagat
The Economy of Military Engagement
Thomas Nathaniel Garner, USMA
The Effectiveness of Public and Private Threats: A
Document-Based Approach
Eric Min, Stanford University
Azusa Katagiri, Stanford University
What Big Data Shows about North Korean Nuclear
Provocations
Hyung-Min Joo, Korea University
Taehee Whang, Texas A&M University
Devil is in the Details: Dilemma of Foreign Aid in antiAmericanism
Ihsan Efe Tokdemir, Binghamton University
Sifting Through Sand: Revenge and Proportionality in
the Middle East
Kayce Mobley, Wabash College
Humanitarian Intervention and US Decisionmaking
Process
Jieyeon Kim, Purdue University
Market Expectations of Interstate Wars: An Analysis of
the Effect of War on Yields of Government Bonds
Kyu Young Lee, University of Iowa

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DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES


17.29
POSTER SESSION: CONFLICT PROCESSES
Room: Hilton, Grand Ballroom
Disc:
Emily Hencken Ritter, University of Cailfornia, Merced
Toby J. Rider, Texas Tech University
Papers: Coup Risk and Autocratic Alliance Networks
Wilfred Ming Chow, University of California, Davis
Carrots or Sticks?
Su-Mi Lee, University of Hawaii-Hilo
Do Commercial Interests Keep the Peace In Latin
America?
Anita Kellogg, University of California, Los Angeles
Internal Divisions, Territorial Autonomy, and Ethnic
Rebellion
Fanglu Sun, Rice University
Political Competition, International Conflict Initiation,
and Democratic Peace
Benjamin E. Goldsmith, University of Sydney
Dimitri Semenovich, University of New South Wales
The Dynamic Nature of Interventions and International
Conflict
Ezra Schricker, Ohio State University
The Varieties and Sources of Military Power in NonDemocracies
John Joseph Chin, Princeton University
Do Expectations on Benefits from Oil Affect Conflict
Risks? Evidence from Mali
Matthias Basedau, GIGA German Institute of Global
and Area Studies
Siri Aas Rustad
Election Violence in the Aftermath of Civil War: The
Case of Nepal
Richard W. Frank, Australian National University
Money for Nothin' and Your Guns for Free? The
Political Costs of War Finance
Jeff Carter, University of Mississippi
DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
17.30
AUTHOR MEETS CRITICS: BARTHOLOMEW
SPARROWS "THE STRATEGIST"
Room: Hilton, Franciscan D
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY

Chair:
Part:

Michael Desch, University of Notre Dame


Bartholomew H. Sparrow, The University of Texas at
Austin
Amy Zegart
Meena Bose, Hofstra University
Patrick J. McDonald, University of Texas, Austin
G. Jesus Velasco, Tarleton State University

DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY


17.31
NUCLEAR STABILITY AND DETERRENCE
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 7
Chair: David T Burbach, Naval War College
Disc:
Daniel S. Geller, Wayne State University
Papers: Tempting Fate: Interests, Red-Lines, and Conflict in
Nuclear Monopoly
Paul C. Avey, Virginia Tech
Mutual Caution or Reckless Gambling? Nuclear
Dynamics in a U.S.-China Conflict
Joshua Rovner, Southern Methodist University

Thursday, 10:15 AM to 12:00 PM

Unresolved Questions: Brinkmanship, the Nuclear


Balance, and Crisis Bargaining
Steven Ward, Cornell University
Understanding the Behavior of Second-generation States
as Nuclear Status Changes
Patty Zakaria, Wayne State University
DIVISION 19: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY AND ARMS
CONTROL
17.32
DIVERSE APPROACHES TO NUCLEAR
PROLIFERATION
Room: Parc 55, Mission II
Chair: John Schuessler, Air War College
Disc:
John Schuessler, Air War College
Papers: Assessing Intentions Under Uncertainty: Nuclear
Programs and Military Conflict
Matthew Fuhrmann, Texas A&M University
Comparing Conventional and Nuclear Worlds
Andrew Kydd, University of Wisconsin, Madison
International Cooperation on WMD Nonproliferation
Jeffrey W. Knopf, Middlebury Institute of
International Studies at Monterey
The Instability of a Post-Nuclear World
David Blagden, University of Exeter
DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY
17.33
POLITICS OF FOREIGN AID
Room: Nikko, Monterey I
Chair: Douglas A. VanBelle, Victoria University of Wellington
Disc:
Desha Girod, Georgetown University
Brian Lai, University of Iowa
Papers: Explaining a New Foreign Aid Recipient: The EU's
Provision of Aid to RTAs
Brandy Jolliff, Midwestern State University
Reevaluating Donor Motivations in Bilateral Foreign Aid
Gina Martinez, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign
Strings Unattached: Chinese Foreign Aid and Regime
Stability in Rentier States
Huan-Kai Tseng, George Washington University
The Determinants of United States Military Aid vs.
Foreign Military Sales
Richard Johnson, University of Strathclyde
US Human Rights Policy and Foreign Aid: The Bush
and Obama Administrations
Clair Apodaca, Virginia Tech
DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES
17.34
BORDERS, GEOGRAPHY, AND CONFLICT IN
SPACE
Room: Hilton, Union Square 14
Chair: Scott Cook, Texas A&M University
Disc:
Scott Cook, Texas A&M University

DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES


17.35
REBEL GROUP DYNAMICS
Room: Nikko, Mendocino I
Chair: Brian J. Phillips, CIDE
Disc:
Brian J. Phillips, CIDE
Papers: Civil War as Statebuilding: Determinants of Insurgent
Public Goods Provision
Megan Stewart, Georgetown University
Conceptualizing Militant Groups' Leaderships with
Social Network Analysis
Jerome Drevon
Consequences of Collective Side Switching on Civil
War Dynamics
Sabine Otto
Collective Action, Insurgency, and Sustained Escalation
Jacob Aronson, University of Maryland, College Park
Paul K. Huth, University of Maryland, College Park
Mark I. Lichbach, University of Maryland, College
Park
Kiyoung Chang
The Quest for Sovereignty: A New Dataset on Selfdetermination Movements
Nicholas Sambanis, Yale University
Andreas Schdel
DIVISION 22: LEGISLATIVE STUDIES
17.36
CONGRESS AND THE PRESIDENCY:
COOPERATION AND CONFRONTATION
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 3
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 23: PRESIDENTS AND
EXECUTIVE POLITICS

Chair:
Disc:

Matthew N. Green, Catholic University of America


Jon C. Rogowski, Washington University in St. Louis
Matthew N. Green, Catholic University of America

Papers: Information Asymmetry and Bureaucratic


Responsiveness to Congress
Kenneth Lowande, University of Virginia
Congressional & Presidential Action on US Tariff &
Monetary Policy, 1865 1934
Timothy P. Nokken, Texas Tech University
Congressional Responses to Presidential Requests
Mark E. Owens, University of Texas at Tyler
Policy Making Under the Shadow of Executive Action
Ashley Moraguez
Stimulating Support: Presidential Pork and Vote-Buying
in Congress
Jacob R. Neiheisel, University at Buffalo, SUNY
Michael C. Brady, Denison University

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Daily Schedule

Papers: A Study of Riparian Conflict in West Africa Using


Spatial-Dyadic Analysis
Steven Tyler Landis, Arizona State University
SeyedBabak RezaeeDaryakenari, Arizona State
University
Accommodation and separatist conflict diffusion: The
role of state capacity
Andreas Schdel Schdel

Big Data for the Dark Side: Mapping the Rebel Alliance
Shahryar Minhas, Duke University
Benjamin J Radford
Regional Rivalry Density and Interstate Conflict
Kentaro Sakuwa
Unstable Ground: Why Do States Close Borders?
Katrina Browne
An Analysis of Border Settlement and Leadership
Turnover
Andrew Owsiak, University of Georgia
Krista E. Wiegand, University of Tennessee
Thorin Martin Wright, Arizona State University

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Thursday, 10:15 AM to 12:00 PM

DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY


17.37
COMPARATIVE CRIME AND PUNISHMENT
POLICY
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 1
Disc:
Marie Gottschalk, University of Pennsylvania

DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS


17.40
INTERSECTIONALITY AND DIVERSE
MARGINALITIES
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 8

Papers: Violence Matters: the political salience of crime in


comparative perspective
Lisa L. Miller, Rutgers University, New Brunswick
Policy Feedback and Crime: A Time Series Analysis in
Britain
Colin Hay, University of Sheffield
Will Jennings, University of Southampton
Reluctant Warriors: Reagan, Crime Policy, and the
Contingent Carceral State
David Dagan, Johns Hopkins University
Policy transfer and policy change: Promoting Justice
Reinvestment in Australia
Michael Mintrom, Monash University

Chair:
Disc:

DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY


17.38
THE PUBLIC POLICY PROCESS IN
COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 6
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE
POLITICS

Chair:
Disc:

Karen L. Baird, Purchase College, SUNY


Christian Breunig, University of Konstanz
Carolina Johnson, University of Washington

Papers: Mobilizing or Demobilizing Political Participation


Elisabeth R. Gerber, University of Michigan
Arun Agrawal
Jurisdictional Complexity and Legislative Agenda: The
Case of South Korea
Doo-Rae Kim, Korea University
Policy as Therapy: How Governments Attempt to
Govern Emotion
Christopher Lee Neff, University of Sydney
Regulating the Regulators: Revisiting EU Public
Consultations
Adriana Bunea, University College London
DIVISION 30: URBAN POLITICS
17.39
BUILDING AND TESTING THEORIES OF URBAN
POLICYMAKING AND GOVERNANCE
Room: Parc 55, Stockton
Chair: Todd Swanstrom, University of Missouri-St. Louis
Disc:
Herman L. Boschken
Theresa Enright, University of Toronto
Papers: Policy, Polity, and Political Ecosystems
Robert P. Stoker, George Washington University
Clarence N. Stone, George Washington University
Interest Groups in City Politics
Sarah F. Anzia, University of California, Berkeley
Institutions, Markets, or Culture? Analyzing French and
US Urban Governance
Marc E. Smyrl, University of Montpellier
Urban Regimes and Exchanges of Policy Resources in
Swiss Metropolises
Sebastien Lambelet, University of Geneva

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Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND


POLITICS

Sharon Gramby-Sobukwe, Eastern University


Amy Cabrera Rasmussen, California State University,
Long Beach
Sharon Gramby-Sobukwe, Eastern University

Papers: Intersectionality and the Diverse Politics of Resistance


among Domestic Workers
Ethel Tungohan, University of Alberta
The Emotional Politics of Care: Negotiating Migrant
Caregivers Rights in Israel
Rachel Brown
The Limits of Rights: Muslim Women and the European
Court of Human Rights
Denise Marie Walsh, University of Virginia
Incorporating Difference: Hausa Womens NGOs in
Kano, Nigeria & Tamale, Ghana
Adryan Wallace, University of Hartford
Toward an Intersectional Reconsideration of "The
Personal is Political"
Keisha Njeri Lindsay, University of Wisconsin,
Madison
DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND POLITICS
17.41
THE CONSEQUENCES OF RACE IN LOCAL
POLITICS
Room: Hilton, Union Square 1 & 2
Chair: Ravi Kumar Perry, Virginia Commonwealth University
Disc:
Ravi Kumar Perry, Virginia Commonwealth University
Papers: Black Votes, White Mayor: Economic Crisis and
Deracialization in Detroit
Stephen Bloom, Southern Illinois University,
Carbondale
Christopher T. Stout, Southern Illinois University,
Carbondale
Invisible Neighbors: Context, Group Identity, and the
Politics of Place
Bryan Wilcox-Archuleta
Representing African-American Constituencies through
Local Issues
Maricella Foster-Molina, University of Rochester
The Consequences of Education Reform for Citizen
Attitudes Towards' Government
Sally Nuamah
DIVISION 33: RELIGION AND POLITICS
17.42
ASSESSING THE ROLE OF RELIGION IN
CONFLICT
Room: Hilton, Union Square 21
Chair: Quinn Mecham, Brigham Young University
Disc:
John F. McCauley, University of Maryland, College
Park
Papers: Faith in Contention: Examining the Salience of Religion
in Ethnic Conflict
Matthew Isaacs, Brandeis University

Thursday, 10:15 AM to 12:00 PM

Fighting the Faithful: State Response to Religious


Insurgent Organizations
Jason A. Klocek, Travers Department of Political
Science, University of California, Berkeley
Identity on the March: Contentious Rituals in PostConflict Northern Ireland
Jonathan Blake, Columbia University
Religious Groups, Varieties of Social Capital and
Contentious Politics
Yu Tao, University of Central Lancashire
DIVISION 33: RELIGION AND POLITICS
17.43
RELIGION AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
Room: Hilton, Union Square 23
Chair: Rina Verma Williams, University of Cincinnati
Disc:
Sigrun Kahl, Yale University
Papers: Contested Recognition: Quantitative Evidence from
Cases of Disputed Sovereignty
David S. Siroky
Nikola Mirilovic, University of Central Florida
The International Politics of the Ummas Leadership
Turan Kayaoglu, University of Washington, Tacoma
The Call to Prayer: Examining the Ethics of Religious
Practice for FBOs
Tanya Brooke Schwarz
Islamic Humanitarianism and Transnational Action
Fiona B. Adamson, University of London, SOAS
DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND ELECTORAL
SYSTEMS
17.44
POLITICAL ECONOMY OF REPRESENTATION
Room: Hilton, Union Square 22
Chair: Irfan Nooruddin, Georgetown University
Disc:
Abby B. Cordova, University of Kentucky
Papers: Does Centralization Reduce the Quality of
Representation? The Costa Rican Case
Bethany Shockley, Qatar University
How Do the Poor Contact Politicians? Evidence from
Niger
Lisa Mueller, Macalester College
Middle Class and Redistribution: do Governments
represent Middle Class Interests
Ursula Dallinger, University of Trier
The Politics of Minority Redistribution: a Causal
Inference Design
Maoz Rosenthal, Interdisciplinary Center (IDC)
Herzliya
David Nachmias, Interdisciplinary Center (IDC)
Herzliya
Does the Composition of Government Better Reflect the
Preferences of the Rich?
Eric Guntermann, Universite de Montreal
Andr Blais, University of Montreal

DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND VOTING BEHAVIOR


17.46
CAMPAIGNS, ISSUE SALIENCE, CANDIDATE
QUALITY, AND DEMOCRATIC
ACCOUNTABILITY
Room: Parc 55, Embarcadero
Chair: Conor M. Dowling, University of Mississippi
Disc:
Peter W. Wielhouwer, Western Michigan University
Papers: How Issue Ownership Shapes Priming Effects: A
Randomized Campaign Experiment.
Florian Foos, University of Zurich
Kevin Cunningham
Peter C. John, University College London
Persuasion is Possible: The Case of 600,000 Voters in
the Big Four Senate States
Alexander James Oliver
Adam Schaeffer
Minding Payoffs & Cues: Measuring Voter Accuracy in
Evaluating Elected Officials
Kristin Kanthak, University of Pittsburgh
Jarrod Kelly, University of Pittsburgh
Rebecca B. Morton, New York University
Challenger Quality and Democratic Accountability
Phil Jones, University of Delaware
Party Issue Salience Strategies in Multiparty Elections
James Adams, University of California, Davis
Samuel Merrill, Home
Roi Zur, UC Davis
DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND VOTING BEHAVIOR
17.47
UNDERSTANDING AND INCREASING TURNOUT
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 3
Chair: Barry C. Burden, University of Wisconsin
Disc:
Michael P. McDonald, University of Florida
Papers: @ The Vote: 4 Field Experiments Using Facebook &
Email To Increase Voter Turnout
Katherine Haenschen, University of Texas at Austin
Does the Canvasser Matter? A Field Experiment on
Canvassing and Voter Turnout
Michael Binder, University of North Florida
Duty versus Choice? Searching for the Moral Dimension
of Voting
Michael Barber, Brigham Young University
Christopher F. Karpowitz, Brigham Young University
Quin Monson, Brigham Young University
Kelly D. Patterson, Brigham Young University
Representation and Turnout in On-Year, Off-Year, and
Varied Political Contexts
Jonathan Nagler, New York University
Jan E. Leighley, American University

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DIVISION 35: POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS AND


PARTIES
17.45
CRISIS OF DEMOCRACY? PARTY POLITICS
AND REPRESENTATION IN TIMES OF
AUSTERITY
Room: Hilton, Union Square 16
Chair: Christopher Wlezien, University of Texas at Austin
Disc:
Christopher Wlezien, University of Texas at Austin

Papers: Issue Attention and Responsiveness in Times of


Austerity
Silja Haeusermann, University of Zurich
Denise Traber, University of Zurich
The Impact of Party System Responsiveness on
Successful Populist Mobilization Strategies in Western
Europe and Latin America
Simon C. J. Bornschier, University of Zurich
Critical Parties: Party Stances on the Performance of
Democracies in Europe
Robert Rohrschneider, University of Kansas
Stephen Whitefield, University of Oxford

Thursday, 10:15 AM to 12:00 PM

Increasing Turnout with SMS: Field Experimental


Evidence on Phrasing and Timing
Yosef Bhatti
Jens Olav Dahlgaard, University of Copenhagen
Jonas Hedegaard Hansen, University of Copenhagen
Kasper M. Hansen
DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION
17.48
THE POLARIZATION OF PUBLIC OPINION
Room: Parc 55, Market Street
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 35: POLITICAL
ORGANIZATIONS AND PARTIES

Chair:
Disc:

Jeff R. DeWitt, Kennesaw State University


Jonathan M. Ladd, Georgetown University

Papers: The Geographical Dimension of Partisan Polarization


over Immigration Reform
Ines Levin, University of Georgia
The Polarization in Perceptions of Presidential Candidate
Traits, 1980-2012
Marc J. Hetherington, Vanderbilt University
Meri Long, Vanderbilt University
Thomas J. Rudolph, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign
The Polarization of Public Opinion about Party
Competence
Jane Green, University of Manchester
Will Jennings, University of Southampton
Does Deliberation Reduce Partisan Gap in Healthcare
Policy Opinions?
Jin Woo Kim, University of Pennsylvania
Michael X. Delli Carpini, University of Pennsylvania
DIVISION 38: POLITICAL COMMUNICATION
17.49
CAPTURING PROTEST: TEXT ANALYSIS
METHODS AND THE COMPARATIVE STUDY OF
POPULISM
Room: Hilton, Union Square 17 & 18
Chair: Erin K. Jenne, Central European University
Disc:
David Doyle, University of Oxford
Papers: How and Why Populist Governments Rewrite National
History
Erin K. Jenne, Central European University
A Comparison of Content Analysis Techniques to the
Study of Populism in Europe
Kirk A. Hawkins, Brigham Young University
Bruno de Paula Castanho e Silva, Central European
University
Textual Analysis of Populist Discourse in Croatian
Presidential Elections
Berto Salaj, Faculty of Political Science
Marijana Grbesa, Faculty of Political Science,
University of Zagreb
Holistic and Non-Holistic Textual Analysis to Determine
Populist Discourse
Bojana Kocijan
Media Analysis of the Process of Changing the Higher
Education Law in Macedonia
Senka Anastasova, Institute for Social Sciences and
Humanities Skopje

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DIVISION 39: SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND


ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS
17.50
ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS, RISK, AND
NATURAL DISASTERS
Room: Hilton, Union Square 19 & 20
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL
SECURITY

Chair:
Disc:

Prakash Kashwan, University of Connecticut


Joshua C. Eastin, Portland State University

Papers: Climate Change and Political Survival: Effects of


Extreme Drought
Martin C. Steinwand, Stony Brook University
Local Climate Adaptation: Federalism, Risk
Management and Politics of Action
Saatvika Rai, University of Kansas
Dorothy Daley, University of Kansas
Responses to Tropical Cyclones & Rising Seas: The
Role of Information & Politics
Debra Javeline
Salience of Wildfire Risk and the Management of Public
Lands
Sarah Anderson, University of California, Santa
Barbara
Heather Elina Hodges, Reed College
(Un)natural Disasters: Drought and Distributive Politics
in Brazil
Alicia Dailey Cooperman, Columbia University
DIVISION 40: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND
POLITICS
17.51
GOVERNANCE IN THE DIGITAL AGE: THE
PROMISE AND PERILS OF E-GOVERNMENT
Room: Nikko, Mendocino II
Chair: Steven L. Livingston, George Washington University
Disc:
Louise K. Comfort, University of Pittsburgh
Priscilla M. Regan, George Mason University
Papers: Essentially Digital Governance
Helen Zerlina Margetts, University of Oxford
Patrick John Dunleavy, London School of Economics
Let Them Eat Cake! E-Rulemaking and Competitive
Foods in Schools
Lauren M Dinour, Montclair State University
Antoinette Pole, Montclair State University
Leveraging Social Media: The Community Policing Case
Christine B. Williams, Bentley University
Jane Fedorowicz, Bentley University
Andrea Kavanaugh, Virginia Tech
Jason Thatcher, Clemson University
Dominique Haughton, Bentley University
The Promise of E-Gov? City Hall's Responsiveness to
Neighborhood Interests
Amber Wichowsky, Marquette University
E-Government Services in U.S. Cities: What Citizens
Want and What Cities Offer
Ben Epstein, DePaul University
Jennifer M Connolly, University of Miami
Leticia Bode, Georgetown University

Thursday, 10:15 AM to 12:00 PM

DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL SCIENCE


17.52
TAKING IT TO THE STREETS: SOCIAL
RESISTANCE & STATE RESPONSES IN
SOUTHEAST ASIA
Room: Nikko, Carmel II

Executive Power and the Misuse of Foreign Aid in


Developing Democracies
Josephine T. Andrews, University of California, Davis
Gabriella R. Montinola, University of California,
Davis
Inequality, Corruption, and Development in East Asia
Jong-sung You, The Australian National University
Overseeing Oversight: The Logic of Appointments to
Brazilian State Audit Courts
Rebecca Weitz-Shapiro, Brown University

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE
DEMOCRATIZATION
Co-sponsored by Southeast Asian Politics

Chair:
Disc:

Shane J Barter, Soka University of America


William Ascher, Claremiont McKenna College

Papers: Resistance and Resilience: Coping with/against the State


Meredith L. Weiss, University at Albany, SUNY
Institutions and Social Mobilization: The Chinese
Education Movement in Malaysia
Ming Chee Ang, Independent Researcher
Online Discourse Analysis of the Anti-Election
Movement in Thailand
Aim Sinpeng, University of Sydney
Under a Rebel Flag: Social Resistance to Insurgent Rule
in Aceh
Shane J Barter, Soka University of America
Spaces of Discontent: Protests & New Political Spheres
in Vietnam
Eva Louise Hansson, Stockholm University
DIVISION 43: INTERNATIONAL HISTORY AND POLITICS
17.53
INSTITUTIONAL CHANGE AT THE NEXUS OF
FUNCTION AND DYSFUNCTION
Room: Hilton, Van Ness Room
Chair: Judith Lynn Goldstein, Stanford University
Disc:
Henry Farrell, George Washington University
Papers: Institutions, Integration, and The Role of Power in
Global Order
Michael Sampson, University of Oxford
Mimicking Legitimacy: Why Regional Organisations
Have Parliaments
Densua Mumford, University of Oxford
European Integration and the Evolving Subnational
Litigation of EU Law
Tommaso Pavone, Princeton University
R. Daniel Kelemen, Rutgers University, New
Brunswick
Beyond Institutional Design: Explaining the Performance
of IOs
Ranjit Lall
The Dissolution of International Monetary Systems in
Historical Perspective
Jack Seddon

Papers: Historical Roots of Corruption: State Building,


Inequality, and Mass Education
Eric M. Uslaner, University of Maryland
Income Inequality and Patterns of Democratic Transition
in New Democracies
Eric C.C. Chang, Michigan State University

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

Chair:
Disc:

Mark Tessler, University of Michigan


Mark Tessler, University of Michigan

Papers: Traits, Competencies or Policies? How Candidate


Identity Shapes Arab Elections
Lindsay J. Benstead, Portland State University
Ellen M. Lust, University of Gothenburg
International Election Monitors & Perceptions of
Election Credibility in Tunisia
Sarah S. Bush, Temple University
Economic Globalization & Political Change: A MicroLevel Analysis of Tunisia
Amaney Jamal, Princeton University
Helen V. Milner, Princeton University
Security Sector Reform and Democratization in Tunisia
Nicholas John Lotito, Columbia University
Legacies of Authoritarian Electoral Institutions:
Evidence from Egypt & Tunisia
Elizabeth R. Nugent, Princeton University
DIVISION 45: HUMAN RIGHTS
17.56
HIDDEN VIOLENCE DURING ARMED
CONFLICT: METHODOLOGICAL CHALLENGES
AND INNOVATIONS
Room: Parc 55, Sutro
Chair: Christian Davenport, University of Michigan
Disc:
Jule Krueger, University of Michigan/HRDAG
Papers: Filling In The Blanks: Data Problems And Solutions In
The Study Of Violence
Jule Krueger, University of Michigan/HRDAG
Robert J. Carroll, Florida State University
Fight or Flight in Civil War? Evidence from RebelControlled Syria
Vera Mironova
Sam Whitt
The Legacy of War: Domestic Violence in Post-Conflict
Peru
Michele Leiby, College of Wooster
Gudrun Ostby, Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO)
Ragnhild Nordaas, PRIO
A Method For Extracting Information From Narratives
Of Sexual Violence Victims
Priyamvada Trivedi
Ragnhild Nordaas, PRIO
Eliciting Truthful Responses to Sensitive Questions
Alexandra Scacco, New York University

DAILY SCHEDULE

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DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE DEMOCRATIZATION


17.54
DEMOCRACY, INEQUALITY, AND CORRUPTION
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 5
Chair: Alina Mungiu-Pippidi, Hertie School of Governance
Disc:
Philip Keefer, Inter-American Development Bank

DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE DEMOCRATIZATION


17.55
THE INTERNATIONAL AND DOMESTIC
SOURCES OF DEMOCRATIC REFORM IN
TUNISIA & BEYOND
Room: Hilton, Franciscan B

Thursday, 10:15 AM to 12:00 PM

DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE METHODS


17.57
AUTHOR MEETS READERS: FREDERIC
SCHAFFER'S "ELUCIDATING SOCIAL SCIENCE
CONCEPTS"
Room: Hilton, Powell Room
Co-sponsored by Interpretive Methodologies and Methods

Chair:
Part:

Timothy Pachirat
Douglas C. Dow, University of Texas at Dallas
Ahmed Khanani, Department of Politics, Earlham
College
Ido Oren, University of Florida
Joe Soss, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Frederic C. Schaffer, University of Massachusetts,
Amherst

DIVISION 50: POLITICAL NETWORKS


17.58
POLITICAL NETWORKS IN PUBLIC POLICY
Room: Parc 55, Lombard
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY

Chair:
Disc:

Christopher K. Ansell, University of California,


Berkeley
Susan Mason, Boise State University

Papers: Lobbying Credibility in a Policy Network


Michael T. Heaney, University of Michigan, Ann
Arbor
Climate Change Adaptation Policy Networks in the Lake
Victoria Region
Matthew Hamilton, UC Davis
Emilinah Namaganda, Makerere University
Integration Policies and Diversity in Immigrants'
Networks of Acquaintances
Sara Pavan
Operationalizing and Testing Echo Chambers in
American Policy Networks
Lorien Jasny
Playing by the rules: Institutional arrangements in an
Ecology of Policy Games
Toms Olivier, University of Arizona
Ramiro Berardo, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
DIVISION 51: EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH
17.59
EXPERIMENTAL APPROACHES TO IPE
Room: Parc 55, Mission I
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL
POLITICAL ECONOMY

Chair:
Disc:

Soo Yeon Kim, National University of Singapore


Mark Buntaine, University of California, Santa Barbara
Nathan M. Jensen, George Washington University
School of Business

Papers: An Experimental Analysis of Distributional Equity


Norms in Climate Negotiations
Reuben Kline, SUNY, Stony Brook University
Dustin Halliday Tingley, Harvard University
Does Corruption Kill Investors? Firm-Level
Experimental Evidence from China
Boliang Zhu, Pennsylvania State University
Down the Rathole? Public Opinion and Support for US
Foreign Aid
Darren G. Hawkins, Brigham Young University
William Reuben Hurst, The London School of
Economics and Political Science

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Explaining Individual Trade Policy Preferences: A


Neuroscientific Investigation
Hans Hanpu Tung, National Taiwan University
Misperceptions of Global Income and International
Redistribution Preferences
Gautam Nair, Yale University
DIVISION 52: MIGRATION AND CITIZENSHIP
17.60
DREAMERS, MOBILIZATION, AND THE
POLITICS OF DEFERRED ACTION
Room: Nikko, Ballroom I
Chair: Daniel Tichenor
Disc:
Daniel Tichenor
Papers: An Institutional Examination of Varying Local
Approaches to Implementing DACA
Els de Graauw, Baruch College
Shannon Gleeson, Cornell University/ILR
Deferred Status as a New Form of Difference
Mary McThomas, CSU Channel Islands
Diversity and its Challenges in the DREAMers
Movement
Fanny Lauby, William Paterson University
The Legitimacy of Executive Action in Immigration
Law Post-DACA
Ming Hsu Chen, University of Colorado, Boulder
Pushing for Inclusion: Assessing Mobilization into the
Immigrant Rights Movement
James A. McCann, Purdue University
Katsuo A. Nishikawa, Trinity University
Marisa Plasencia, University of California, San Diego
Harper Otawka
Related Groups
18.1
AGING POLICY AND POLITICS GROUP:
FEDERALISM AND AGING
Room: Hilton, Union Square 25
Chair: William G. Weissert, Florida State University
Disc:
Laura Katz Olson, Lehigh University
Papers: State Regulation and the Use of Nurse Practitioners and
Physician Assistants in Nursing Homes
Edward A. Miller, University of Massachusetts,
Boston
Orna Intrator, University of Rochester
Emily Gadbois, University of Massachusetts, Boston
Denise Tyler, Brown University
Joseph Kofi Acquah, Brown University
Medicaid, Education Waivers and Negotiated Federalism
William G. Weissert, Florida State University
Carol S. Weissert, Florida State University
Adaptation of State Dementia-Protective Assisted Living
Policies
Brian Kaskie, University of Iowa
Matt Nattinger, University of Iowa
Andrew Potter, University of Iowa
Work-and-Family, Round Two: The Political
Construction of Elders Working Daughters
Sandra J. Tanenbaum, Ohio State University
18.2
AMERICAN POLITICAL THOUGHT:
ROUNDTABLE: THE UNITED STATES AND THE
UNITED NATIONS AT 70
Room: Parc 55, Cyril Magnin III
Chair: James R. Stoner, Louisiana State University
Part:
Jeremy A Rabkin, George Mason School of Law

Thursday, 12:15 PM to 1:45 PM

18.3
Room:
Chair:
Disc:

John Yoo, University of California


Beth Van Schaack, Stanford Law School
Ruth Wedgwood, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced
International Studies
Ian Johnstone, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy,
Tufts University
COMPARATIVE URBAN POLITICS: URBAN
PROTESTS: THE POLITICS OF SERVICE
PROVISION IN THE SOUTH
Parc 55, Fillmore
Richard Stren, University of Toronto
Richard Stren, University of Toronto
Yue Zhang, University of Illinois - Chicago

Papers: Urban Policy, Social Movements and the Right to the


City in Brazil
Abigail Friendly, University of Toronto
The Politics of Water in Mumbai
Bharat Khushal Punjabi, UNiversity of Toronto
Local Politics and Service Protests in Sao Paulo
Osmany Porto de Oliveira, University of Sao Paulo
What Drives People to Protest in China? Urban vs.
Rural Areas
Lynette H. Ong, University of Toronto
18.4
ERIC VOEGELIN SOCIETY: "WHEREFROM
DOES HISTORY EMERGE?"
Room: Parc 55, Cyril Magnin II
Chair: Tilo Schabert
Disc:
Daniel J. Mahoney, Assumption College
Ron Srigley, University of Prince Edward Island
Papers: Did` History change its Meaning in Order and History?
Barry Cooper, University of Calgary
Two Sources of Voegelin`s Vision of History: Platonism
and Augustinism
Thierry Gontier
History Brought Into Form: Political Storytelling
John F. von Heyking, University of Lethbridge
A Continuing Strife Towards Cosmogony: History
Tilo Schabert
Polis and Philosophy in the VI century B.C.: the novelty
of Voegelins reading in The World of the Polis
Nicoletta Scotti Muth, Catholic University of Sacro
Cuore, Milan
18.5
IBERIAN POLITICS: DIVERSITY AND THE
ECONOMIC CRISIS. AN IBERIAN
COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE
Room: Parc 55, Powell I
Chair: Kevin Costa, Radio France Internationale
Disc:
Felix E. Martin, Florida International University

Room:
Chair:
Disc:

Papers: All the Japanese State Wants is Shining Women (and


Their Families): Floating Rhetoric and the Neglected
Realities of Abe-Womenomics
Hiroko Takeda, University of Tokyo
The Crisis of Intimate-Relationship Formation in
Contemporary Japan
Yuko Ogasawara, Nihon University
Womens Empowerment and Activism in Japan: Beyond
the Womenomics Agenda
Linda Choi Hasunuma, Franklin and Marshall
College
Japans Womenomics Diplomacy: From Laggard to
Leader on Gender Equality
Liv Coleman, University of Tampa

Thursday, 12:15 PM to 1:45 PM


Related Groups
19.1
INTERPRETIVE METHODOLOGIES AND
METHODS: THE METHODS CAFE
Room: Nikko, Ballroom II
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE
METHODS

Chair:
Disc:

Jennifer Seelig, University of Utah


Malori A. Musselman, University of Oregon
Dvora Yanow, Wageningen University
Peregrine Schwartz-Shea, University of Utah

Papers: Analyzing Social Narratives


Shaul Rafael Shenhav, Hebrew University of
Jerusalem
Analyzing Visual Materials: Paintings, Photographs,
Posters,
Mary L. Bellhouse, Providence College
Archival Research
Emily Hauptmann, Western Michigan University
Kenneth Kato, Office of the House Historian
Critical Approaches to Immigration and Intersectionality
Anna Sampaio, Santa Clara University
Ronald J Schmidt, California State University, Long
Beach
Discourse Analysis
Joseph E. Lowndes, University of Oregon
Elucidating Social Science Concepts
Frederic C. Schaffer, University of Massachusetts,
Amherst
Ethics [including Review Committees] and Field
Research (Interviewing, Participant Observer
Ethnography, and Research Design)
Dvora Yanow, Wageningen University
Peregrine Schwartz-Shea, University of Utah

DAILY SCHEDULE

Daily Schedule

Papers: The Rise and Fall of the Irish Tiger and the Spanish
Bull
Sebastian Royo, Suffolk University
The New Politics of Austerity: The Case of Portugal
Catherine Moury, NOVA University of Lisbon
Podemos: A New Party Raises in Spain
Omar G. Encarnacion, Bard College
After Austerity: What's Left of Democracy?
Klaus Armingeon, University of Berne
Stefano Sacchi, University of Milan

18.6

General Strikes and Austerity Policies in Southern


Europe
Kerstin Hamann, University of Central Florida
Alison L. Johnston, Oregon State University
John E. Kelly, University of London, Birkbeck
College
JAPAN POLITICAL STUDIES GROUP: GENDER
IN CONTEMPORARY JAPANESE POLITICS
Hilton, Union Square 3 & 4
Yoshitaka Nishizawa, Doshisha University
Gill Steel, Doshisha University
Michael Strausz, Texas Christian University

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Thursday, 12:15 PM to 1:45 PM

Field Research I (Participant Observation, Political


Ethnography, etc.): US
Katherine J Cramer, University of Wisconsin,
Madison
Timothy Pachirat, University of Massachusetts,
Amherst
Field Research II (Political Ethnography, Participant
Observation, etc.): Overseas
Christian Bueger, Cardiff University
Nicholas Rush Smith, City College of New York
Interpreting International Politics
Cecelia Lynch, University of California, Irvine
Interpretive Methods in Political Theory
Sean Noah Walsh, Capital University
Interviewing: Interpretive Approaches
Lee Ann Fujii, University of Toronto
Samantha Ann Majic, CUNY-John Jay College
Law, Courts, and Judging: Interpretive Approaches
Sarah Marusek, University of Hawaii, Hilo
Pamela Brandwein, University of Michigan, Ann
Arbor
Post-colonial Analysis
Edmund Fong, University of Utah
Teaching Qualitative-Interpretive Methods
Laura J. Hatcher, Southeast Missouri State
University
Ido Oren, University of Florida

20.4
Room:
20.5
Room:
20.6
Room:
20.7
Room:
20.8
Room:
20.9
Room:
20.10
Room:
20.11
Room:
20.12

Thursday, 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM


APSA Events
20.1
AD HOC COMMITTEE ON GOVERNANCE
REFORM OPEN FORUM
Room: Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5
Chair: David A. Lake, University of California, San Diego
Part:
Jeffrey M. Berry, Tufts University
Terri E Givens, Menlo College
Kerstin Hamann, University of Central Florida
Jonathan GS Koppell, Arizona State University
Brett Ashley Leeds, Rice University
Joanne Miller, University of Minnesota
Jeffrey A. Segal, SUNY, Stony Brook University
Dara Z. Strolovitch, Princeton University
20.2
EUROPEAN POLITICS & SOCIETY SECTION
BUSINESS MEETING
Room: Hilton, Union Square 22
20.3
FEDERAL BUDGET REFORM PROJECT
Room: Hilton, Union Square 13
Chair: Paul L. Posner, George Mason University
Disc:
Frances E. Lee, University of Maryland, College Park

Room:
20.13
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20.14
Room:

Thursday, 2:00 PM to 3:45 PM


Theme Panels
21.1
30 YEARS AFTER PROTEST IS NOT ENOUGH:
NEITHER PROTEST NOR ELECTIONS ARE
ENOUGH
Room: Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 30: URBAN POLITICS
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND
POLITICS

Chair:
Part:

Papers: The Political Feasibility of Doing What is Almost


Impossible: Reforming the Federal Budget Process
Roy T. Meyers, UMBC
Fiscal Frames: How Political Arguments Affect Public
Opinion about Fiscal Policies
John M. Sides, George Washington University
Restoring the Regular Order in Congressional
Appropriations
Peter Hanson, University of Denver
Portfolio Budgeting: A New Pathway for Federal Budget
Reform
Paul L. Posner, George Mason University

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Federal Budget Reform: A Behavioral Perspective


Marvin Phaup, George Washington University
HUMAN RIGHTS SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
Hilton, Sutter Room
NEW POLITICAL SCIENCE PUBLICATIONS
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE BUSINESS MEETING
Hilton, Executive Conf. Ctr. Seacliff Room
PARTISAN GRIDLOCK IN WASHINGTON:
POLITICAL THEORY IS ONE THING, BUT
WHAT ARE THE POLITICAL PROS SAYING?
Hilton, Powell Room
POLITICAL FORECASTING GROUP BUSINESS
MEETING
Parc 55, Divisadero
POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS AND PARTIES
SECTION EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MEETING
Parc 55, Mission II
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION SECTION
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MEETING
Hilton, Executive Conf. Ctr. Presidio Room
W.W. NORTON FOCUS GROUP
Hilton, Vista
WESTERN POLITICAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MEETING
Hilton, Green Room
WORKING GROUP MEETING: COALITION
BUILDING TO ADVANCE DIVERSE
LEADERSHIP AND ADDRESS DISCRIMINATION
IN POLITICAL SCIENCE
Hilton, Golden Gate 1
WORKING GROUP MEETING: SOCIAL POLICY
IN NON-DEMOCRACIES
Hilton, Golden Gate 8
WORKING GROUP MEETING: THE SCHOLARS
STRATEGY NETWORK WOMEN AND
REPRESENTATION
Hilton, Golden Gate 2

21.2
Room:

Dale Rogers Marshall, Wheaton College


Rufus P. Browning, Retired
Richard E. DeLeon, San Francisco State University
Zoltan L. Hajnal, University of California, San Diego
Michael A. Jones-Correa, Cornell University
Raphael J. Sonenshein, California State University, Los
Angeles
Jessica Luce Trounstine, University of California,
Merced
Marion Orr, Brown University
BACKLASH AGAINST DIVERSITY IN EUROPE
Nikko, Monterey I
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 15: EUROPEAN POLITICS
AND SOCIETY

Chair:

David Art, Tufts University

Thursday, 2:00 PM to 3:45 PM

Papers: The AfD's Facebook Wall as a Hub for Right-Wing


Mobilisation in Germany
Kai Arzheimer, University of Mainz
The Evolution of Extremism: Insights from Text Mining
of Big Data
Lenka Bustikova, Arizona State University
Hasan Davulcu, Arizona State University
David S. Siroky
Backlash to Diversity in Europe
Terri E Givens, Menlo College
Far Right in Eastern Europe: Ethnic Nationalists or
Economic Malcontents?
Sean Kates, New York University
Joshua A. Tucker, New York University
21.3
BEYOND (AND BACK TO) FERGUSON: RACE
AND POWER(LESSNESS) IN AMERICAN CITIES
Room: Hilton, Continental Ballroom 4
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 30: URBAN POLITICS

Chair:
Part:

21.4
Room:

Michael Leo Owens, Emory University


Clarissa Rile Hayward, Washington University in St.
Louis
Kimberley S. Johnson, Barnard College
Jeffrey Ryan Smith, The New School
Fredrick C. Harris, Columbia University
Todd Swanstrom, University of Missouri-St. Louis
THE RISE OF THE POPULIST RIGHT?: ANTIIMMIGRATION PARTIES IN WESTERN EUROPE
Hilton, Continental Parlor 2
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 15: EUROPEAN POLITICS
AND SOCIETY

Chair:
Disc:

Jack Citrin, University of California, Berkeley


Eric P. Kaufmann, Birkbeck College, University of
London

Papers: The Evolution of the Far-Right Voter in Western Europe


Kimberly Twist
Inside the Radical Right: Results from a Full
Membership Survey
Paul F. Whiteley, University of Essex
Harold D. Clarke, University of Texas at Dallas
Matthew J. Goodwin, University of Nottingham
'Contact Not White Flight': contextual diversity and the
UKIP vote in Britain
Eric P. Kaufmann, Birkbeck College, University of
London
Supporting the Sweden Democrats: Networks,
Neighborhoods, or Individual Factors
Jen Rydgren, Stockholm University
Predictors of UKIP support in the 2014 European and
2015 General Elections
Caitlin Milazzo, University of Nottingham
Matthew J. Goodwin, University of Nottingham
Division Panels

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY

Chair:
Disc:

Joshua Simon, King's College London


Karuna Mantena, Yale University

DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY


22.2
POSTER SESSION: POLITICAL ECONOMY
Room: Hilton, Grand Ballroom
Papers: The Political Economy of Aid Allocation in Africa:
Evidence from Zambia
Takaaki Masaki, Cornell University
"Empowered" Leader
Suhjin Lee, London School of Economics and
Political Science
Vote Buying Strategies in the Aftermath of Natural
Disasters
Massimo Mannino, University of St.Gallen
DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY
22.3
POSTER SESSION: INTERNATIONAL
POLITICAL ECONOMY
Room: Hilton, Grand Ballroom
Disc:
Merih Angin, The Graduate Institute of International and
Development Studies
Tyson Chatagnier, Vanderbilt University
Papers: Patronage by Credit: International Sources of Patronage
Spending
Eric Braian Arias, New York University
An Agent-Based Model of Politics, Fertility and
Economic Development Dynamics
Zining Yang, Claremont Graduate University
Buying Access: Host Country Corruption and
International Investment
Andrey Tomashevskiy, UC Davis
Constraints under Constraints: Veto Points, FDI, and
Institutional Contexts
Gyu Sang Shim, Purdue University
Design, Disparity, and Disuse of Dispute Settlement
Mechanisms
Yoo-Sun Jung, Purdue University
National Leadership and Foreign Direct Investments
Jana Grittersova, University of California, Riverside
The Strategic Timing of Expropriation
Fouad Pervez, Georgetown University
The Votes of Fools and Knaves: Issue Linkage Across
International Organizations
Jonathan R. Strand, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Explaining Changes in the Taxation of Foreign Source
Income in OECD countries
Mi Jeong Shin, Washington University in St. Louis
Factor Mobility, Party Unity, and the Distribution of
Trade Protection
Su-Hyun Lee, Nanyang Technological University,
Singapore

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DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT AND PHILOSOPHY:


HISTORICAL APPROACHES
22.1
FEDERATIONS AND UNIONS IN IMPERIAL AND
POST-COLONIAL POLITICAL THOUGHT
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 3

Papers: The Fate of Federation at the Ends of Empire: India and


Britain
Anurag Sinha, Yale University
Jos Marts Immanent Critique of American
Imperialism
Joshua Simon, King's College London
Securing Post-Colonial Autonomy: Regional Federations
in the Black Atlantic
Adom Getachew, University of Chicago
Gandhis Failure: Decentralization and Social and
Political Power
Sandipto Dasgupta, King's College London

Thursday, 2:00 PM to 3:45 PM

DIVISION 7: POLITICS AND HISTORY


22.4
POSTER SESSION: POLITICS AND HISTORY
Room: Hilton, Grand Ballroom
Papers: The State as Risk-Manager, 1929, 2008: Lessons from a
Historical Comparison
Roni Hirsch, UCLA
Personalizing & Privatizing: Political Consequences of
the Credit-Welfare State
Mallory SoRelle, Cornell University
The Emergence of Private Commercial Rule-Making
Swati Srivastava, Northwestern University
Two-Party Charter Reform and the Single Transferable
Vote in U.S. Cities
Jack Santucci, Georgetown University
Explaining the Deep Divisions over Religion and Public
Life in Turkey and Israel
Gozde Erdeniz, Northwestern University
The Ideology of Local Control in American Education
Policy
Trevor Patrick Latimer, Princeton University
New York's Sunbelt Politics: Mario Cuomo's Three
Progressive Campaigns
Saladin Malik Ambar, Lehigh University
The Strategic Logic of External Support to Combatants
in Intrastate Conflict
Jacob Aronson, University of Maryland, College Park
DIVISION 43: INTERNATIONAL HISTORY AND POLITICS
22.5
POSTER SESSION: INTERNATIONAL HISTORY
AND POLITICS
Room: Hilton, Grand Ballroom
Papers: International Relations Theory with Chinese
Characteristic
Hun Joon Kim, Korea University
Norms and Torture in the Philippine-American War,
1899-1902
William d'Ambruoso
The Failure of "Failed States" and the Promise of the
State Capacity Concept
Sarah Elizabeth Peters, University of Notre Dame
Who Speaks for the Local?: The Contested Role of Civil
Society in Central Africa
Joshua Shurley, University of Manchester
DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT AND PHILOSOPHY:
HISTORICAL APPROACHES
22.6
POSTER SESSION: POLITICAL THOUGHT AND
PHILOSOPHY: HISTORICAL APPROACHES
Room: Hilton, Grand Ballroom
Papers: A Rejection of Diversity through Shifting Methods of
Political Inquiry
Emily A. Zerndt
Aesthetic Disinterest, Commodities, and Perception
Tim Hanafin, Johns Hopkins University
Common Goods and Political Realism
Mark Hoipkemier, University of Notre Dame
Constitutional Interpretation and Abolition in the 1836
Presidential Election
Simon Gilhooley, Bard College
Dialectic and Diversity: Conversations that Harmonize
without Homoginizing
Richard A. Barrett, University of Southern California

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Doux Commerce and the Commercial Jew: Intolerance


in Voltaire and Montesquieu
Rob Goodman, Columbia University
Identity and Immigration in Platos Crito
Guillaume Bogiaris, Texas A&M University
Making the World Productive: Liberal Political
Economy and Imperialism
Kavi J. Abraham, Johns Hopkins University
Neither Ruling Nor Being Ruled: A Persian Model of
Citizenship
Cameron Blevins O'Bannon, University of Notre
Dame
Political Obligation in Imperial Confucianism: the
Gratitude Argument
Shu-Shan Lee, University of Virginia
Politics in This World: Three Cases of the Nation-State
in Arendts Thought
Shinkyu Lee, University of Notre Dame
Schumpeters Democratic Progressivism
Natasha Piano Berkman
The Defects of the Burkean Thesis and Locke et
Praeterea Nihil
Gregory Collins, The Catholic University of America
DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT AND PHILOSOPHY:
HISTORICAL APPROACHES
22.7
ROUNDTABLE ON HANNAH ARENDT AND THE
NEGRO QUESTION
Room: Hilton, Powell Room
Chair: Jane A. Gordon, University of Connecticut, Storrs
Part:
Fred Lee, University of Connecticut
Keisha Njeri Lindsay, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Marilyn Nissim-Sabat, Lewis University
Tama Weisman, Dominican University
Kathryn Gines, Penn State University
DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT AND PHILOSOPHY:
HISTORICAL APPROACHES
22.8
TERENCE BALL'S "REAPPRAISING POLITICAL
THEORY" TWENTY YEARS LATER
Room: Hilton, Taylor Room
Chair: James Farr, Northwestern University
Part:
Sheryl Demorest Breen, University of Minnesota, Morris
Michaelle L. Browers, Wake Forest University
Russell L. Hanson, Indiana University, Bloomington
Stephen T. Leonard, University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill
DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY
22.9
COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES ON "ADVICE
FOR RULERS": ANCIENT TO EARLY MODERN
Room: Hilton, Franciscan D
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT
AND PHILOSOPHY: HISTORICAL APPROACHES

Chair:
Disc:

Melissa Lane, Princeton University


Michelle Tolman Clarke, Dartmouth College

Papers: Mirrors for Citizens: The Political Thought of Miltons


Of Education
Teresa M. Bejan, University of Toronto
Advice to Rulers in Early China: Between State and
Empire
Loubna El Amine, Georgetown University
Al-Farabis Politics: Between Ruler, Advisor, and Ruled
Murad Idris, University of Virginia

Thursday, 2:00 PM to 3:45 PM

Addressing the Friendly Prince: Inequality & Counsel in


Roman Political Thought
Daniel J. Kapust, University of Wisconsin, Madison
DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY
22.10
POSSESSIVE INDIVIDUALISM REVISITED
Room: Nikko, Carmel I
Chair: Barbara Arneil, University of British Columbia
Disc:
Barbara Arneil, University of British Columbia
Papers: Self-Possession Beyond Ownership: Property, Desire,
and Power
Torrey J. Shanks, SUNY, University at Albany
John Locke and Colonial Capitalism: Money,
Possession, and Dispossession
Onur Ulas Ince, Koc University
John Locke and the Emergence of Capitalism:
Macpherson, Strauss, and Arendt
Patchen Markell, University of Chicago
Dispossession and Capitalist Compulsions
Robert Nichols, University of Minnesota
DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY
22.11
WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES DIVERSITY MAKE
IN COMPARATIVE POLITICAL THEORY?
Room: Hilton, Union Square 3 & 4
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT
AND PHILOSOPHY: HISTORICAL APPROACHES

Chair:
Disc:

Brooke A. Ackerly, Vanderbilt University


Roxanne L. Euben, Wellesley College

Papers: Diversity in Indias Constitutional Imaginary


Rochana Bajpai, University of London, SOAS
Explaining Disbelief: On the Enduring Puzzle of
Religious Pluralism
Andrew F. March, Yale University
Deliberations Diversity
Melissa S. Williams
Loving after Gandhi: Mixed Matrimony as Non-Brahmin
Critique
Matthew H. Baxter, Harvard University
DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL THEORY
22.12
DEBATING STRUCTURAL THEORIES OF
INJUSTICE, DOMINATION, AND OPPRESSION
Room: Nikko, Mendocino II
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF
POLITICAL THEORY
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 55: CLASS & INEQUALITY

Chair:
Disc:

Anja Karnein, Philosophy Department, Binghamton


University (SUNY)
Courtney Miller, Binghamton University

Papers: Organizing Experts


Torun Dewan, London School of Economics
Francesco Squintani
The Dynamics of Information Sharing in Groups
John W. Patty, University of Chicago
Elizabeth Maggie Penn, Washington University in St.
Louis
Strategic Communication of Uncertainty
Andrew Little, Cornell University
Matt Backus
Undisclosed Contributions in Electoral Campaigns
Keith E. Schnakenberg, University of Kentucky
DIVISION 5: POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY
22.14
YOU DISGUST ME! SOURCES OF SUPPORT FOR
POLICIES AND PARTIES
Room: Parc 55, Mission I
Chair: Brian J. Gaines, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign
Disc:
Matthew J. Hayes, Indiana University, Bloomington
Papers: The Behavioral Immune System Shapes Support for
Social Conservative Parties
Lene Aare, Aarhus University
Michael Bang Petersen, Aarhus University
Kevin Arceneaux, Temple University
Disgust Motivates Support for Punitive Policies Towards
Outgroups
Scott Clifford, University of Houston
(Dont) Bring Me Your Sick: The Effects of Disease on
Foreign Aid Support
Frank John Gonzalez, University of Nebraska Lincoln
Johnathan Caleb Peterson, University of NebraskaLincoln
Stephen Schneider, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Nathan Munier
Katelyn Abraham
Outgroup Anxiety and Support for Rights Restrictions
Bradford S. Jones, University of California, Davis
Trust, Legitimacy, and Public Support for Political
Compromise
Jennifer Wolak, University of Colorado, Boulder
DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY
22.15
CORRUPTION AND ITS POLITICAL
IMPLICATIONS
Room: Hilton, Franciscan A
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE
POLITICS

Chair:
Disc:

Vineeta Yadav, Pennsylvania State University


Daniel W. Gingerich, University of Virginia

Papers: Extortion in the Oil States: How Nationalization


Increases Corruption
Paasha Mahdavi, Georgetown University
The Effects of Revealed Corruption on Public Finances
Joaquin Artes

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Papers: The Global Compact: Business and Human Rights


between Agency and Structures
Ayelet Banai, The University of Haifa
The Site of Justice between Agents, Institutions and
Structure
Eszter Kollar, Goethe University Frankfurt
What Is Structural Injustice?
Anja Karnein, Philosophy Department, Binghamton
University (SUNY)

DIVISION 4: FORMAL POLITICAL THEORY


22.13
FORMAL MODELS OF POLITICAL
INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION
Room: Hilton, Union Square 16
Chair: Livio Di Lonardo, New York University
Disc:
James R. Hollyer, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

Thursday, 2:00 PM to 3:45 PM

DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY


22.16
POWER OF POLITICAL NEWS
Room: Hilton, Lombard Room
Chair: Ana Lorena De La O Torres, Yale University
Disc:
Ana Lorena De La O Torres, Yale University
Papers: How Newspapers Reveal Political Power
Pamela Ban, Harvard University
James M. Snyder, Harvard University
Andrew B Hall, Stanford University
Crime in the Media: When are Politicians Punished for
Drug-related Violence?
John Louis Marshall, Harvard University
Information and Crime Perceptions: Evidence from a
Natural Experiment
Nicola Mastrorocco, London School of Economics
Political News and Financial Markets
Michael Courtney
Gemma Mc Nulty, Dublin City University
DIVISION 7: POLITICS AND HISTORY
22.17
BUILDING THE STATE: HISTORICAL
ANTECEDENTS OF STABILITY AND CAPACITY
Room: Parc 55, Powell I
Disc:
Didac Queralt, Juan March Institute
Reo Matsuzaki, Trinity College
Papers: Explaining Long Term Patterns of Bureaucratic
Development in Latin America
Juan Fernando Ibarra del Cueto, CIDE
Precolonial Origins of State Capacity: Evidence from
Indian Districts
Roberto Stefan Foa, Harvard University
Size and Survival of States
Christopher Paik, New York University-Abu Dhabi
The Great Divergence? Explaining State Consol. and
Decline in Prewar Afghanistan
Khalid Homayun Nadiri
War and State Formation in East Asia, 1870-1945
Ji Hye Shin, University of Notre Dame
DIVISION 7: POLITICS AND HISTORY
22.18
STATE-BUILDING AND THE FAMILY
Room: Hilton, Mason Room
Chair: Jack Jackson, Whitman College
Disc:
Jack Jackson, Whitman College
Dorit Geva, Central European University
Papers: Market-cautious Feminism: Re-theorizing the Home and
Market
Maxine Eichner, University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill
American Housing Policies: Public Clashes over Private
Claims of Familyhood
Priscilla Yamin, University of Oregon
Alison Gash, University of Oregon
The Role of American Indian Families in State-Building
Projects, 1870s-1920s
Carol Nackenoff, Swarthmore College
From the Family to the State: Whose Responsible for
Vulnerabilities?
Eileen McDonagh, Northeastern University

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DIVISION 8: POLITICAL METHODOLOGY


22.19
GEOGRAPHY, INFERENCE, AND SPATIAL
STATISTICS
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 4
Chair: Martin C. Steinwand, Stony Brook University
Disc:
Iris Hui, Stanford University
Papers: Can "Big Brother" Reunite the Family? State
Propaganda in Post-Partition India
Kirsten Dawn Powers, University of CaliforniaBerkeley
Local Determinants of Violence against Civilians
Hoojung Kim
Model Selection for Spatial Analysis: The spatial
Hausman test?
Scott Cook, Texas A&M University
Robert J. Franzese, University of Michigan, Ann
Arbor
Jude C. Hays, University of Pittsburgh
Spatial Differences-in-Differences: The School Quality
Effect on Land Prices
Kentaro Fukumoto, Gakushuin University
DIVISION 8: POLITICAL METHODOLOGY
22.20
MODELING TEXT-AS-DATA
Room: Hilton, Union Square 1 & 2
Chair: Kenneth R. Benoit, London School of Economics
Disc:
Christopher J. Fariss, Penn State University
Papers: Creating More Persuasive Text through Response
Surface Optimization
Nicholas Beauchamp, Northeastern University
Scaling Votes and Words Over Time: Estimating
Ideological Positions at the Fed
Gabriel Lopez-Moctezuma, Princeton University
Marc T. Ratkovic, Princeton University
Who's Laughing Now? Applying Text Analysis to
Humor in Federal Reserve Meetings
Amber Ellen Boydstun, University of California,
Davis
Dannagal G. Young, University of Delaware
An Evaluation of Measures of Textual Similarity
Robert Shaffer, University of Texas, Austin
Zachary Elkins, University of Texas, Austin
DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS
22.21
ACCOUNTABILITY AND REPRESENTATION
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 3
Papers: Perceptual Biases of Responsibility Attributions in
Multi-level Contexts
Guillem Rico
Robert Lineira, University of Edinburgh
Books, Goods and Guns: The Colonial Origins of
Representation
Joan Ricart-Huguet, Princeton University
International Constraints versus Domestic Pressures:
Government Subsidies
Stephanie J. Rickard, London School of Economics
The Cost of Electoral Coalitions: Party Fragmentation in
Brazil
Gisela Sin, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign
Jose Antonio Cheibub, University of Illinois, UrbanaChampaign

Thursday, 2:00 PM to 3:45 PM

DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS


22.22
EXPERIMENTS IN COMPARATIVE POLITICS
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 1
Chair: Donald P. Green, Columbia University
Disc:
Donald P. Green, Columbia University
Eric J. Kramon, George Washington University
F. Daniel Hidalgo, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology
Papers: Human Trafficking Vulnerability: An Experiment Using
Mass Media in Nepal
Margaret Boittin, Stanford University
Cecilia Hyunjung Mo, Vanderbilt University
The Unintended Consequences of Election Observers on
Political Violence
Eric J. Kramon, George Washington University
Sarah Brierley, UCLA
Joseph Asunka, UCLA
George Ofosu
Can Politicians Police Themselves? An Experiment
using Brazils Audit Courts
Julio Canello, State University of Rio de Janeiro
F. Daniel Hidalgo, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology
The Impact of a Radio Campaign against Vote-Buying:
An Experiment in India
Donald P. Green, Columbia University
Srinivasan Vasudevan
DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES
22.23
CONCEPTUALIZATION AND MEASUREMENT
OF DIVERSITY IN COMPARATIVE POLITICS
Room: Hilton, Franciscan B
Chair: Brian Min, University of Michigan
Disc:
Brian Min, University of Michigan
Papers: Measuring Ethnic Diversity: Categorical, Temporal, and
Spatial Dimensions
Rachel M. Gisselquist, United Nations University
Omar Shahabudin McDoom, London School of
Economics
Ethnic Diversity, Segregation, and Ethnocentric Trust in
Africa
Amanda Lea Robinson, The Ohio State University
Beyond Co-Ethnic Politics: Conceptualizing and
Measuring Ethnic Proximity
Adam Harris, New York University
A New Method for Measuring Fractionalization Using
Sampled Survey Data
Avital Livny, Carlos III-Juan March Institute
Mitchell Goist, Pennsylvania State University
Linguistic Diversity and Conflict: Evidence from the
Soviet Union
Kyle L. Marquardt, University of Wisconsin,
Madison

DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING


COUNTRIES
22.25
HISTORICAL PROCESSES OF NATIONAL
IDENTITY FORMATION IN THE DEVELOPING
WORLD
Room: Nikko, Monterey II
Chair: Michael Hechter, Arizona State University/ University of
Copenhagen
Disc:
Matthew Cebul, Yale University
Papers: Iraqi National Identity and the Iran-Iraq War
Lisa Blaydes, Stanford University
Direct and Indirect Rule in European Empires
Adria Lawrence, Yale University
Geopolitical Competition, Mass Schooling, and Ethnic
Diversity
Keith A. Darden, American University
Harris Mylonas, George Washington University
Belonging to the Body Politic: The nation form in the
early modern English world
Daragh J. Grant, University of Chicago
Lines in the sand? Border dynamics in the Middle East
David Siddhartha Patel, Crown Center for Middle
East Studies
DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES
22.26
UNDERSTANDING CLIENTELISM
Room: Parc 55, Mission II
Chair: Ryan Saylor, University of Tulsa
Disc:
Ryan Saylor, University of Tulsa
Papers: Does Clientelism Work? A Test of Guessability in India
Mark Allan Schneider, Swarthmore College
The Changing Rationale for Electoral Gifts in Africas
Patronage Democracies
Elena Gadjanova, Max Planck Institute
Politically Coopting Bureaucrats for the Pursuit of
Electoral Clientelism
Sarah Andrews, University of Virginia
The Role of Political Institutions and Party Competition
in Vote-Buying
Matthew Kearney

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DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING


COUNTRIES
22.24
DEVELOPMENT AMIDST EXTRACTION:
SUBVERTING THE RESOURCE CURSE
Room: Hilton, Imperial A
Chair: Pauline Jones Luong, University of Michigan

Papers: Who Extracts What out of Extractives? Distributional


Politics of Bolivian Mining
Matthew Amengual, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology
Local Content Requirements in the Oil and Gas
Industry: The Return of ISI?
Renato Lima De Oliveira, MIT
Digging Deep: Explaining Progressive Regulatory
Reforms in the Mining Sector
Kendra E Dupuy, University of Washington
Corporations and Economic Development in Indias
Extractive Economies
Sunila S. Kale, University of Washington
Dissent, Discrimination, and Public Service Provision in
Oil-Rich Nations
Nimah Mazaheri, Tufts University

Thursday, 2:00 PM to 3:45 PM

DIVISION 13: THE POLITICS OF COMMUNIST AND


FORMER COMMUNIST COUNTRIES
22.27
CORRUPTION AND ANTI-CORRUPTION
CAMPAIGNS IN POST-COMMUNIST STATES
Room: Parc 55, Mason
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE
POLITICS

Chair:
Disc:

Harley D. Balzer, Georgetown University


Harley D. Balzer, Georgetown University

Papers: Fighting Corruption in the Post-communist World: The


Role of the EU
Sabina Gueorguieva Pavlovska-Hilaiel, University of
Denver, Josef Korbel School of International Studies
Poland and Hungary: Different Paths in Anti-Corruption
Performance
Cristina Gherasimov, Rutgers University
What is behind Anti-Corruption?: A Comparison of
Russia and China
Cheng Chen, SUNY, Albany
The Centralization of Anticorruption Control in China
Qingjie (Eddie) Zeng
A Network Analysis of Corruption in China
Andrea E. Jones-Rooy, New York University
Shanghai
Alexander Von Hagen-Jamar, NYU Shanghai
Richard James Anderson, University of Michigan
DIVISION 15: EUROPEAN POLITICS AND SOCIETY
22.28
ELECTORAL POLITICS AND THE EUROPEAN
PARLIAMENT
Room: Parc 55, Market Street
Disc:
Roger Scully, Cardiff University
Papers: A Populist Era? Legislative Discourse in the European
Parliament, 1999-2014
Bart Bonikowski, Harvard University
Noam Gidron, Harvard University
Ist die Zeit reif? 2014 as the first (truly) European
elections
Alexander H. Trechsel, European University Institute
Lorenzo De Sio, LUISS Guido Carli
Diego Garzia, European University Institute
MEPs in the 2014-19 European Parliament: the rise of
Euroscepticism?
Richard Whitaker, University of Leicester
Simon Hix, London School of Economics
Galina M. Zapryanova, University of Mannheim
Patterns of Far Right and Far Left Support during the
2014 EP Elections
Daphne Halikiopoulou, University of Reading
Protect This House? Transnational Party Groups and EP
Candidate Selection
William Thomas Daniel, Francis Marion University
DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY
22.29
ENERGY AND NATURAL RESOURCE POLITICS
IN NORTH AND SOUTH
Room: Hilton, Van Ness Room
Chair: Aslaug Asgeirsdottir, Bates College
Disc:
Aslaug Asgeirsdottir, Bates College
Papers: Anchors Away? External Policy Anchors and the
Resource Curse
Cullen S. Hendrix, University of Denver

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Diffusion in the Periphery: Production Sharing


Agreements in the Oil Industry
Nicole Weygandt, Cornell University
The Timing of Extracting Natural Resources
Chia-yi Lee, Nanyang Technological University
The International Political Economy of Renewable
Energy in Emerging Economies
Tabitha Marie Benney, University of Utah
Following the Money: Resource Nationalism in Rare
Earth Commodity Markets
Kristin Vekasi, University of Maine
DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY
22.30
THE POLITICS OF FOREIGN AID IN DONOR
AND RECIPIENT COUNTRIES
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 8
Chair: Daniel L. Nielson, Brigham Young University
Disc:
Daniel L. Nielson, Brigham Young University
Saori N. Katada, University of Southern California
Papers: Channelling Efficiency: Examining Foreign Aid's
Achieivement of Donor Goals
Gina Yannitell Reinhardt, Texas A&M University
Values at the Water's Edge: Social Welfare Values and
Foreign Aid
Lauren Prather, University of California, San Diego
Multilateral Aid, Agency Autonomy, and Economic
Growth
Katherine Vera Bryant
The Effects of Aid on Recipients' Reputations: Evidence
from Natural Disasters
Allison Carnegie, Columbia University
Lindsay Dolan, Columbia University
Demand-Side Politics in U.S. Emergency Aid: Manmade vs. Natural Disasters
Andrea L. Everett, University of California-Santa
Cruz
DIVISION 17: INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION
22.31
DELEGATION AND COOPERATION IN
INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
Room: Hilton, Union Square 13
Disc:
Robert Thomson, University of Strathclyde
Papers: Binding International Law without Ratification:
Delegation and Tacit Acceptance
Ronald B. Mitchell, University of Oregon
Controlling the Controller. A Coalition Perspective on
IOs
Mareike O. Kleine, London School of Economics
Issue Linkage, Bargaining Power, and Concessions in
Trade Negotiations
Heather Elko McKibben, University of California,
Davis
Signals to Parliaments: Governments Legislative
Behaviour in the EU Council
Sara Hagemann, London School of Economics
Stefanie Bailer, ETH Zurich
Alexander Herzog, Clemson University
Issue linkage across IOs: Does a UN Security Council
seat increase EU grants?
Christoph Mikulaschek, Princeton University

Thursday, 2:00 PM to 3:45 PM

DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY


22.32
BARGAINING, CRISES, AND WAR
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 1
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES

Disc:

DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY


22.35
CHINA'S FOREIGN POLICY AND RELATIONS
WITH THE WORLD
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 7
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE
POLITICS OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

Alex Weisiger, University of Pennsylvania

Papers: Are You Certain? Leaders, Overprecision, and War


Robert Schub, Harvard University
Commitment Credibility in Crisis
Azusa Katagiri, Stanford University
Status Quo Bias in Crisis Bargaining: An Experimental
Approach
Xiaoli Guo
Mixed Signals: The Limits of Reassurance in
International Relations
Kyle M. Lascurettes, Lewis & Clark College
Brandon Yoder, National University of Singapore,
School of Public Policy
Indivisibility Rhetoric and Bargaining Leverage across
the Taiwan Strait
Olivier Henripin, Loyola University, Chicago
DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
22.33
PUBLIC OPINION AND WAR
Room: Hilton, Imperial B

Chair:
Disc:

Sheng Ding, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania


Sheng Ding, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
Lina Benabdallah, University of Florida

Papers: China-ROK-DPRK Relations in the post-Cold War


World and Alliance Theory
Min-hyung Kim, Illinois Wesleyan University
Chinas Military Diplomacy in Africa: A Training
Paradigm
Lina Benabdallah, University of Florida
Is China a Normative Power in the Asia Pacific?
Sheng Ding, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
The Paradox of China's leverage over North Korea
Hyon Joo Yoo, Trinity University
DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY
22.36
DEADLY THREATS/CHANGING THE WORLD:
TERRORISM & HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE
GLOBAL ARENA
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 5

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION

Chair: Marina Elisabeth Henke, Northwestern University


Papers: Imaginary Wars Aren't Really Real: Evidence From The
South Caucasus
Jesse Driscoll, University of California, San Diego
Daniel Maliniak, College of William and Mary
Issue Indivisibility and Territorial Disputes: A Survey
Experiment
Songying Fang, Rice University
Xiaojun Li, University of British Columbia
Bombing for Ballots: Electoral Politics and the Vietnam
Air Campaign
Carrie A Lee, Stanford University
Civilian Casualties and American Public Support for
Military Interventions
Won Steinbach, Duke University
DIVISION 19: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY AND ARMS
CONTROL
22.34
DRONES IN THEORY AND PRACTICE
Room: Parc 55, Fillmore
Chair: Jennifer M. Ramos, Loyola Marymount University
Disc:
Kerstin Fisk, Loyola Marymount University

Chair:
Disc:

John A. Vasquez, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign


Mark J.C. Crescenzi, University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill

Papers: The Reciprocal Effects of Terrorism and U.S.


Democracy Assistance, 1975-2010
James M. Scott, Texas Christian University
U.S. Foreign Aid and International Human Rights and
Counterterrorism Regimes
Jessie G Rumsey, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign
Leader Security, Foreign Aid, and Terrorism
Andrew Boutton, University of Central Florida
Human Rights INGO Branding and Issue Acceptance
Ana Bracic, The University of Oklahoma
Amanda Marie Murdie, University
Delivering Violence?: Aid Allocation and the Risks of
Terrorism
Stephen C. Nemeth, Kansas State University
Jacob A. Mauslein, Oklahoma State University
DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES
22.37
CIVILIAN MOBILIZATION AND
(NON)VIOLENCE IN CIVIL WAR
Room: Nikko, Mendocino I
Chair: Zachariah Cherian Mampilly
Disc:
Zachariah Cherian Mampilly

Daily Schedule

Papers: Drones and Dirty Hands


John M. Parrish, Loyola Marymount University
Benjamin Taylor Jones, Yale University, Political
Science Department
Drones, Last Resort and Restricting Escalation
John Emery, University of California Irvine
Why Drones Are Different
Stephan Peter Sonnenberg
The Drone - It's in the Way That You Use It
David Glazier, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL


SECURITY
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 19: INTERNATIONAL
SECURITY AND ARMS CONTROL
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES

Papers: Converging on Civilian Protection


Oliver Kaplan, University of Denver
Peasant Resistance to Insurgent Violence during
Mozambiques Civil War
Corinna Jentzsch, Leiden University

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Thursday, 2:00 PM to 3:45 PM

With neither God nor the Devil: Explaining Civilian


Resistance in Peru
Steven Zech, University of Denver
De-Escalating Civil War Violence: Civilian Preferences,
Beliefs, and Decisions
Meghan Foster Lynch
Theorizing Civilian Agency for Violence Prevention
Jana Krause, Graduate Institute of International and
Development Studies
Religion and Strategy in Civil War
Reyko Huang, Texas A&M University
Rebel Diplomacy: The Essential, Yet Overlooked Factor
in Civil War
Bridget Coggins, University of California, Santa
Barbara
DIVISION 22: LEGISLATIVE STUDIES
22.38
CONGRESSIONAL ELECTIONS AND
COMPETITIVENESS
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 6
Chair: Michael Crespin, University of Oklahoma
Disc:
Michael Crespin, University of Oklahoma
Andrew B Hall, Stanford University
Papers: Assessing the Rise and Development of the Incumbency
Advantage in Congress
Jamie L. Carson, University of Georgia
Joel Sievert
Ryan Dane Williamson, University of Georgia
Campaign Finance Law and the Growth in U.S. Senate
Retirements
David Karol, University of Maryland
Reading the Tea Leaves: Victory Margin and Electoral
Security in the U.S. House
John Cuffe, University of California, Irvine
The Electoral Fate of Moderates in Contemporary
American Politics
Danielle Thomsen, Duke University
When to Retire? Cognitive Inconsistency and Ideological
Drift in Congress
Michael K. Romano, Shenandoah University
DIVISION 24: PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
22.39
UNDERSTANDING PUBLIC SECTOR
PERFORMANCE
Room: Parc 55, Hearst
Chair: Christopher Birdsall, American University
Disc:
Thaddieus W. Conner, New Mexico State University
Papers: Diversity in the Interpretations of and Responses to
Performance Information
Martin Baekgaard, Aarhus University
Soren Serritzlew
Experiments on Counterfactual Thinking about Public
Sector Performance
Asmus Leth Olsen, University of Copenhagen
Is Open Government More Accountable Government?
Lessons from the UK
Elizabeth David-Barrett, University of Sussex
Paul M. Heywood, University of Nottingham
Performance Data and the Politics of Bureaucratic
Autonomy
Poul A. Nielsen, Dept. of Political Science, University
of Southern Denmark

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Political Insulation and Bureaucratic Investment in


Policy Expertise
Mark D. Richardson, Vanderbilt University
DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY
22.40
COMPARATIVE PUBLIC POLICY IN A MULTILEVEL CONTEXT
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 2
Chair: Brendan John Carroll, Leiden University
Disc:
Bernard Steunenberg, Leiden University
Thomas Knig, University of Mannheim
Papers: European Integration and Legislative Patterns of
Democracy
Thomas Knig, University of Mannheim
The Multi-level Sanction Paradox: Economic Coercion
by the EU and the US
Gerald Schneider, University of Konstanz
European Integration in a Time of Crisis
Gerda Falkner, University of Vienna, Austria
Compliance and Enforcement of EU law: Who Wins,
Who Loses and Who Settles
Dimiter Toshkov, Leiden University
Between Autonomy and Control: The Dynamics of EU
Policy Implementation
Brendan John Carroll, Leiden University
Bernard Steunenberg, Leiden University
DIVISION 26: LAW AND COURTS
22.41
EVERYDAY PEOPLE ARE PEOPLE: DIVERSITY
IN THE LEGAL PROFESSION AND ON THE
BENCH
Room: Hilton, Union Square 14
Chair: Michelle D. Deardorff, University of Tennessee at
Chattanooga
Disc:
Michelle D. Deardorff, University of Tennessee at
Chattanooga
Allison P. Harris, University of Chicago
Papers: Diversity and Attorney Perceptions of Professional
Relationships
Todd A. Collins, Western Carolina University
Tao L. Dumas, The College of New Jersey
Do African Americans Care about Descriptive
Representation on the Bench?
Nancy Scherer, Wellesley College
Banks P. Miller, University of Texas at Dallas
Gender Diversity on the World's Peak Courts
Jeffrey Staton, Emory University
Nancy Bays Arrington
The Effect of Appointment Diversity on Decisions in
Canadian Courts of Appeal
Lori J. Hausegger, Boise State University
Troy Riddell, University of Guelph
DIVISION 26: LAW AND COURTS
22.42
I FOUGHT THE LAW: THE INFLUENCE OF LAW
IN JUDICIAL DECISION MAKING
Room: Hilton, Union Square 25
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 27: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
AND JURISPRUDENCE

Chair:
Disc:

Michael A. Bailey, Georgetown University


Michael A. Bailey, Georgetown University
Lisa Hager, Kent State University

Thursday, 2:00 PM to 3:45 PM

Papers: A Network Analysis of Influence within the Supreme


Court
Paul J. Wahlbeck, George Washington University
The Dynamics of Legal Rules
Marion Dumas, Columbia University
The Impact of Supreme Court Precedent in a Judicial
Hierarchy
Ali Shiraz Masood, University of South Carolina
The Influence of Legal Argument on the Development
of Law in the Supreme Court
Ryan Krog, George Washington University
The Rules of Law and Supreme Court Statutory
Interpretation
Jeb Barnes, University of Southern California
Adam Feldman, University of Southern California
DIVISION 27: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW AND
JURISPRUDENCE
22.43
COMPARATIVE CONSTITUTIONALISM
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 9
Chair: Judith A. Baer, Texas A&M University
Papers: Constitutional Norms in a Weak State: the Case of
Pakistan
Anas Malik, Xavier University
Constitutionalism and Struggle for Autonomy: Kurds in
Turkey, Syria, and Iraq
Erin Colleen McGrath, University of Maryland
Hannah Arendt vs. Hugo Chvez: The Creation of the
1999 Venezuelan Constitution
Joshua Braver, Yale Department of Political Science
Public Rights: Petition, Protest, and Privacy in Liberal
Democracy
Kevin J. McGravey
Shifting the Burden: The Paradox of Militant Democracy
Sung Wook Paik, York College of Pennsylvania

DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS


22.45
WOMEN, GENDER, SEXUALITY AND SOCIAL
MOVEMENTS
Room: Hilton, Union Square 17 & 18
Chair: Alice Kang, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Alice Kang, University of Nebraska-Lincoln


Alana S. Jeydel, American River College

Papers: The Political Geography of Womens Suffrage


Petitioning, 1870-1920
Daniel P. Carpenter, Harvard University
Benjamin Schneer
Tobias Resch, Harvard University
Push Back, Move Forward: Coalition Work in the
American Women's Movement
Laura R. Woliver, University of South Carolina
Women's Collective Action Frame in the 2011 Egyptian
Uprising
Nermin Allam, University of Alberta
Lesbian Groups' Confrontation in Contemporary China
Weiting Wu
Black womens political voice in the Black Lives Matter
movement
Sharon Gramby-Sobukwe, Eastern University
DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND POLITICS
22.46
ALIENATION AND CITIZENSHIP
Room: Hilton, Union Square 22
Chair: Cathy J. Cohen, University of Chicago
Disc:
Ainsley Nicole LeSure, University of Chicago
Papers: The Racial Modifier: Non-Default Category Status and
American Citizenship
Jane Y. Junn, University of Southern California
A Mobilized Custodial Citizenry?: Criminal Justice and
Linked Fate
Amy E. Lerman, UC Berkeley
Vesla Mae Weaver, Yale University
Is Arab the New Black? Revisiting Domestic
Surveillance and Terrorism
Megan Ming Francis, University of Washington
#BlackLifeMatters as a Challenge to Black Rule
Lester Kenyatta Spence, Johns Hopkins University
On Self-Governance: Participation in Prisons, Asylums,
and Boarding Schools
Christopher Dimitri Berk
DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND POLITICS
22.47
RACIAL POLITICS AND PUBLIC POLICY
Room: Hilton, Union Square 19 & 20
Chair: Henry Flores, St. Mary's University
Disc:
Henry Flores, St. Mary's University
Papers: Bureaucratic Rulemaking: Door for Minority Interests to
Impact Public Policy
Camillia Redding, Columbia University
Election Systems and Policy Responsiveness in Latino
Education Policy
Angel Luis Molina, Texas A&M University
Kenneth J. Meier, Texas A&M University
Helping the Homeless: Empathy, Race, and Perceptions
of Homelessness in America
Julie Wronski, George Washington University
Kimberly A. Gross, George Washington University
Robert M. Entman, George Washington University
Race, Religion, and Redistribution
Tony E. Carey, University of North Texas
Valerie J. Martinez-Ebers, University of North Texas

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DIVISION 29: STATE POLITICS AND POLICY


22.44
IMMIGRATION POLICY AND THE IMMIGRANT
EXPERIENCE
Room: Parc 55, Sutro
Chair: Alexandra Filindra, University of Illinois at Chicago
Papers: Cryptic Positives: Why Republican States Pass ProImmigrant Polices
Michael Rivera, The University of Texas at Austin
Direct Democracy and Immigrants Civic Engagement
Anita Manatschal, Berne University
Hate Crimes: Nativist Reactions to Hispanics in the 50
States
Sylvia Gonzalez-Gorman, Indiana State University
Immigration Reform: The Partisan Divide in the
American States and Congress
Michelle Helene Belco, University of Houston
Jennifer Hayes Clark, University of Houston
Savannah Sipole, University of Houston
Policy Trajectories in Bilingual Education: California v.
Texas, 1965-2010
Girma Elyot Alifeyo Parris, Rockefeller College of
Public Affairs & Policy at the University at Albany,
(SUNY)

Disc:

Thursday, 2:00 PM to 3:45 PM

DIVISION 35: POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS AND


PARTIES
22.48
EXPLAINING PARTY AND GOVERNMENT
SUPPORT
Room: Hilton, Union Square 15
Disc:
Debra Lynn Leiter, University of Missouri, Kansas City
Papers: Competing for Loyalty: The Dynamics of Political
Support
Santiago Oliveros, University of Essex
Experiments on Responsibility Attribution: Guilt,
Innocence and Shirking
Raymond M. Duch, University of Oxford
Akitaka Matsuo, Centre for Experimental Social
Sciences
Parties and Elections: Do emphasizing Issue Reputation
Win Votes?
Henrik Bech Seeberg, University of Aarhus
Portfolio Allocation and Junior Coalition Partners
Electoral Performance
Christoph Arndt, Department of Political Science and
Government, Aarhus University
Florence So, Aarhus University
Resilience Beyond Rebellion: Adaptation in Rebel to
Party Transformations
Sherry Zaks, University of California, Berkeley
DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND VOTING BEHAVIOR
22.49
CANDIDATE POSITIONING, REPOSITIONING,
PROMISING
Room: Parc 55, Divisadero
Chair: Steven Rogers, Saint Louis University
Papers: A Mixed Model of Candidate Positions
Chris Tausanovitch, University of California, Los
Angeles
The Electoral Consequences of Ambiguity for U.S.
House Candidates
Christine Cahill
Walter J. Stone, University of California, Davis
The Strategic Use of Campaign Promises
Tabitha Bonilla, University of Southern California
Two-Stage Elections and Strategic Candidates
Kevin K. Banda, University of Nevada, Reno
Thomas M. Carsey, University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill
Voters Reactions to Candidates Flip-Flopping on the
Issue of Global Warming
Bo MacInnis, Stanford University
Jon A. Krosnick, Stanford University
DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND VOTING BEHAVIOR
22.50
RESOURCES, ENGAGEMENT, AND
RECRUITMENT: 20 YEARS OF "VOICE AND
EQUALITY"
Room: Parc 55, Cyril Magnin I
Chair: Casey A. Klofstad, University of Miami
Part:
John A. Henderson, Yale University
Henry E. Brady, University of California, Berkeley
David E. Campbell, University of Notre Dame
Zoltan Fazekas, University of Southern Denmark
Kay Lehman Schlozman, Boston College
Allison Penelope Anoll, Stanford University
Melissa R. Michelson, Menlo College

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DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION


22.51
INFLUENCES ON ATTITUDES ABOUT
IMMIGRATION
Room: Nikko, Ballroom III
Chair: Cara Wong, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Disc:
Cara Wong, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Christopher P. Muste, University of Montana
Papers: Elite Behaviors, Partisan Biases, and Immigration
Reform
Michele Margolis, University of Pennsylvania
Testing Opinion Backlash: Do Policy Advances
Engender Toward Immigrants
Benjamin Bishin, University of California, Riverside
Matthew Incantalupo, Haverford College
Thomas J. Hayes, University of Connecticut
Charles Anthony Smith, University of California,
Irvine
Skin Tone, Education, and Support for Policies toward
Black Immigrants
Abby B. Cordova, University of Kentucky
Diana Orces, Oakland University
DIVISION 38: POLITICAL COMMUNICATION
22.52
DIGITAL MEDIA AND CAMPAIGNS BOTH
DOMESTIC AND ABROAD
Room: Hilton, Union Square 21
Chair: stonegarden grindlife, UCLA
Disc:
Kate M. Kenski, University of Arizona
Pablo Barbera, New York University
Papers: Text Analyses of Campaign Emails: Partisan
Polarization in Campaign Rhetoric?
Taewoo Kang, Washington State University
Televised Debates in Parliamentary Democracies
Nick Anstead, London School of Economics
Stability of Selective Exposure - Evidence from the
2008 Presidential Campaign
Tobias Benjamin Konitzer
Matthew Tyler, Stanford University
A New Look at Agenda-Setting: Biobehavioral Measures
and Social Media Responses
Erik P. Bucy, Texas Tech University
Bryce Dietrich, University of Missouri, Columbia
Measuring the Political Agenda by Analyzing Twitter
Messages
Andreas Jungherr, University of Mannheim
Harald Schoen, University of Mannheim
Oliver Posegga, University of Bamberg
Pascal Juergens, University of Mainz
DIVISION 39: SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND
ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS
22.53
BUSINESS, POLITICS, AND ENVIRONMENTAL
GOVERNANCE
Room: Hilton, Union Square 24
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY

Chair:
Disc:

David A. Deese, Boston College


Jana von Stein, Victoria University of Wellington

Papers: A Seat on the Policy Table?: Membership in the ISO,


1950-2005
Sijeong Lim, Stockholm University
Aseem Prakash, University of Washington

Thursday, 2:00 PM to 3:45 PM

How Corruption Drives Support for Fossil Fuel


Subsidies: Evidence from Indonesia
Jordan Kyle, Columbia University
The Comparative Politics of Carbon Taxes:
Opportunities and Obstacles
Kathryn Harrison, University of British Columbia
The Effects of Environmental Corporate Social
Responsibility
Neil Malhotra, Stanford University
Michael R. Tomz, Stanford University
Why the Golden State Became Green: Environmental
Politics in California
David Vogel, University of California, Berkeley
DIVISION 41: POLITICS, LITERATURE, AND FILM
22.54
ANCIENT INSIGHTS FOR MODERN POLITICS
AND ETHICS
Room: Parc 55, Powell II
Chair: Lilly J. Goren, Carroll University
Disc:
Lisa Pace Vetter, University of Maryland, Baltimore
County
Peter Daniel Haworth, Ciceronian Society
Papers: Creons Politics
Ron Srigley, University of Prince Edward Island
Arendt and Homer on the Potential for Human
Excellence in Private Life
Michelle M. Kundmueller
Its All in the Argument: The Agn in Euripides and
Deliberative Democracy
Marlene K. Sokolon, Concordia University
Institutional Heroics: Fictional Critique of the 'Warrior
Ethos'
James G. Beneda, University of California, Santa
Cruz
"Save our City": Aeschylus to the Rescue
Arlene W. Saxonhouse, University of Michigan, Ann
Arbor
DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE DEMOCRATIZATION
22.55
AUTHORITARIAN LEGACIES AND
CHALLENGES TO POST-AUTHORITARIAN
DEMOCRACIES
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 7
Co-sponsored by Russian Politics Group

Chair:
Disc:

Monika Nalepa, University of Chicago


Monika Nalepa, University of Chicago

Papers: Establishing Civilian Control of the Military in New


Democracies
David Kuehn, Heidelberg University
Aurel S. Croissant, University Heidelberg
Coups, Impeachments, and the Stability of Latin
American Democracy
John Polga-Hecimovich
Anibal Perez-Linan, University of Pittsburgh
Which Way Forward?: Economic Interdependence,
Coups, and Democratization
Jonathan M. Powell, University of Central Florida
Mwita Chacha, Nazarbayev University
Re-evaluating the Impact of Populism on Democratic
Civil-Military Relations
Harold A. Trinkunas, The Brookings Institution
Military Power vs. People Power: Repression and
Authoritarian Survival
John Joseph Chin, Princeton University
DIVISION 45: HUMAN RIGHTS
22.57
HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE IMPACT OF
INSTITUTIONS IN INTERNATIONAL
RELATIONS
Room: Hilton, Union Square 23
Chair: Emilie Marie Hafner-Burton, University of California,
San Diego
Disc:
Christian Davenport, University of Michigan
Papers: The Corporate Influence in US Human Rights Policy:
An Analysis of Lobbying
Emilie Marie Hafner-Burton, University of
California, San Diego
Heidi Mae Hall, University of California, San Diego
Who Lobbies: Analyzing the Drivers of Foreign
Lobbying in the U.S.
Jon C. W. Pevehouse, University of Wisconsin,
Madison
Felicity Vabulas, University of Chicago, Harris
School of Public Policy Studies
The Inter-American Court of Human Rights and the ICC
in Colombia
Sandra Borda
Courtney Hillebrecht, University of Nebraska,
Lincoln
From Self-Reporting to Constructive Dialogue:
Evidence from CAT and CEDAW
Cosette D Creamer, Harvard University
Beth A. Simmons, Harvard University
Provocation or Deterrence? Human Rights Abuses and
Terrorism
David B. Carter, Princeton University
Yonatan Lupu, George Washington University
DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE METHODS
22.58
CHALLENGES OF CONCEPT-FORMATION AND
MEASUREMENT
Room: Hilton, Sutter Room
Co-sponsored by IPSA Research Committee #1 (Concepts
and Methods)

DAILY SCHEDULE

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Papers: Lustration and Support for Democracy: Evidence from


Post-War Germany
Giovanni Capoccia, University of Oxford
Grigore Pop-Eleches, Princeton University
State Capture, Corruption and Party Competition under
Post-communism
Milada Anna Vachudova, University of North
Carolina, Chapel Hill
Russia, Ukraine, and the Borders of Europe
Stephen E. Hanson, College of William and Mary
Lessons of the Past? Fidesz and Hungary's Conservative
Revolution
Jason Wittenberg, University of California, Berkeley
Transition Generations: Brief Zeitgeists or Enduring
Effects?
Chad Patton Kiewiet de Jonge, Centro de
Investigacin y Docencia Econmicas (CIDE)

DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE DEMOCRATIZATION


22.56
THE MILITARY AND DEMOCRATIZATION
Room: Nikko, Carmel II
Chair: Aurel S. Croissant, University Heidelberg
Disc:
David Kuehn, Heidelberg University

Thursday, 2:00 PM to 3:45 PM

Chair:
Disc:

Svend-Erik Skaaning, Aarhus University


Svend-Erik Skaaning, Aarhus University

Papers: The Consequences of Ignoring Kind-differences When


Measuring Concepts
Derek Beach, University of Aarhus
Analyzing National Meta-narratives: The Cases of
Egypt, Syria and Iraq
Yael Rivka Kaplan, Hebrew University
Shaul Rafael Shenhav, Hebrew University of
Jerusalem
Clarifying Multi-level Governance
Pier Domenico Tortola, University of Milan
DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE METHODS
22.59
VARIETIES OF DESCRIPTION IN THE SOCIAL
SCIENCES
Room: Hilton, Union Square 5 & 6
Co-sponsored by IPSA Research Committee #1 (Concepts
and Methods)

Chair:
Disc:

Vivekinan Ashok
Jan Kubik, Rutgers University, New Brunswick

Papers: What Before Why: Taking Quantitative Descriptive


Inference Seriously
Amelia Hoover Green, Drexel University
Sequence Analytic Techniques for Visualizing Discrete
Patterns
Matthew Charles Wilson, West Virginia University
Philippe Blanchard, University of Warwick
Visual Inference for Comparative Research
Richard Traunmuller, Goethe University Frankfurt
am Main
Measuring Social Capital at the Intersection of
Individuals and Society
Vasabjit Banerjee, Mississippi State University
Carolyn Ethel Holmes, Indiana University,
Bloomington
DIVISION 48: HEALTH POLITICS AND HEALTH POLICY
22.60
POLITICAL DIMENSIONS OF DISABILITY AND
MENTAL HEALTH
Room: Parc 55, Balboa
Chair: Susan Mezey, Loyola University Chicago
Disc:
Steven Rathgeb Smith, American Political Science
Association
Papers: Are Agency Advisory Councils Independent? Federal
Mental Health Policy 1946-1967
Herschel Nachlis, Dartmouth College
Means-testing, Complexity, and Disparity in Provision of
I/DD Services
Harold Pollack, University of Chicago
Rebecca Feinstein, Hebrew University of Jerusalem,
Paul Baerwald School of Social Work and Social
Welfare
Tonie Sadler, University of Chicago
Medicaid's Changing Approach to Complex Conditions
and Disabilities 1965-2014
Colleen M. Grogan, University of Chicago
Harold Pollack, University of Chicago
Post-Conflict Suffering: Shaped by and Shaper of
Attitudes Toward War
Ali Bond, University of California, Berkeley

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The New Politics of Peer Provision


Lynn M. Sanders, University of Virginia
DIVISION 50: POLITICAL NETWORKS
22.61
ROUNDTABLE: WHAT DO WE KNOW ABOUT
POLITICAL NETWORKS? WHAT CAN WE
KNOW?
Room: Parc 55, Lombard
Chair: Jennifer Nicoll Victor, George Mason University
Part:
Mark N. Lubell, University of California, Davis
Alexander Montgomery, Reed College
David Lazer, Northeastern University
Michael D. Ward, Duke University
Dino P. Christenson, Boston University
DIVISION 51: EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH
22.62
EXPERIMENTAL TESTS OF FORMAL MODELS
Room: Parc 55, Stockton
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 4: FORMAL POLITICAL
THEORY

Papers: Contests, Shocks,and the Search for Optimal Strategies:


A Laboratory Experiment
Stephen Chaudoin, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign
Jonathan Woon, University of Pittsburgh
When to Stack the Deck: Strategic Decisions over
Hearings and Witness Selection
Ju Yeon Park, New York University
DIVISION 52: MIGRATION AND CITIZENSHIP
22.63
DIASPORA AND DEMOCRACY
Room: Parc 55, Embarcadero
Chair: Mahama Tawat, --Higher School of Economics, Moscow
Disc:
Ethel Tungohan, University of Alberta
Mahama Tawat, --Higher School of Economics, Moscow
Papers: Diaspora and its Discontents: Indian Americans in the
U.S.
Sangay K. Mishra
Immigration, Administrative Discretion, and Democratic
Theory
David Watkins, University of Dayton
Scott Lemieux
Moroccos Diaspora Policies for the Post-migrant
Generations.
Rilke Mahieu
What is the Scope of the Right of Return?
Megan Bradley, McGill University
Related Groups
23.1
AMERICAN POLITICAL THOUGHT: LEGACIES
OF COLONIAL AMERICA: DIVISIONS AND
ACCORD AT THE FOUNDING
Room: Parc 55, Cyril Magnin III
Chair: Jack Rakove, Stanford University
Disc:
Steven Kautz, Michigan State University
Papers: Not "Born Free": Class and Servitude at the Founding
Bartholomew H. Sparrow, The University of Texas at
Austin
Shannon Bow O'Brien, The University of Texas at
Austin
The Political Theology of America's Founding
Documents
Gregg L. Frazer, The Master's College

Thursday, 4:15 PM to 6:00 PM

23.2
Room:
Chair:
Disc:

The Constitution of American Environmental


Governance
David B. Robertson, University of Missouri, St. Louis
Publius and the Antifederalists: "A Satisfactory Answer
to All of the Objections"
David Siemers, University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh
ASSOCIATION FOR POLITICS AND THE LIFE
SCIENCES: BIOPOLICY
Parc 55, Davidson
Donald G Tannenbaum, Gettysburg College
Donald G Tannenbaum, Gettysburg College
Daniel Skinner

Papers: Life in the "Fast Lanes:" Policy Impacts on Fast and


Slow Reproductive Strategies
Laurette T. Liesen, Lewis University
Fracking Women's Bodies
Kristen Abatsis McHenry, University of
Massachusetts Dartmouth
The FDA, Contraceptive Drug Research, and the Grady
Hospital Study
William C. Green
The Alpha and Omega of Health Care: Medicalization of
American Birth and Death
Lauren K. Hall, Rochester Institute of Technology
Standing Medical Panels in the Case of Psychologically
Dysfunctional Presidents
Robert E. Gilbert, Northeastern University
23.3
CLAREMONT INSTITUTE FOR THE STUDY OF
STATESMANSHIP AND POLITICAL
PHILOSOPHY: ROUNDTABLE ON THE WORK
AND LEGACY OF WALTER BERNS
Room: Hilton, Continental Ballroom 6
Chair: Jules Gleicher, Rockford University
Part:
Joseph M. Bessette
Rainer Knopff, University of Calgary
Jeffry H. Morrison, Regent University
Michael M. Uhlmann, Claremont Graduate University
Bradley C.S. Watson, Saint Vincent College
23.4
ERIC VOEGELIN SOCIETY: ARISTOCRATIC
SOULS IN DEMOCRATIC TIMES
Room: Parc 55, Cyril Magnin II
Chair: Ethan Alexander-Davey, University of Virginia
Disc:
Ethan Alexander-Davey, University of Virginia
Andreas A.M. Kinneging, University of Leiden

John Dinan, Wake Forest University


Cynthia J. Bowling, Auburn University
Shanna Rose, Claremont McKenna College

Papers: American Federalism in an Era of Partisan Polarization


Tim J. Conlan, George Mason University
Paul L. Posner, George Mason University
Back to the Future? Evolving Interpretations of Voting
Rights and Election Administration Issues
Kathleen Hale, Auburn University
Implementing Obamacare Health Insurance Exchanges:
State Government Choices and Policy Outcomes
Dale A. Krane
Shihyun Noh, University of Nebraska at Omaha
Federalism in the Roberts Court
Ilya Somin, George Mason University

Thursday, 2:30 PM to 5:30 PM


APSA Events
24.1
CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS - AUTHOR
INTERVIEWS
Room: Hilton, Executive Conf. Ctr. Marina Room

Thursday, 4:15 PM to 6:00 PM


Theme Panels
25.1
PLENARY ADDRESS: WHY ECONOMICS IS TOO
IMPORTANT TO BE LEFT TO ECONOMISTS,
FEATURING ROBERT REICH
Room: Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5
Chair: Rodney E. Hero, University of California, Berkeley
25.2
RETHINKING RELIGION, DEMOCRACY, AND
DEVELOPMENT IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 2
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 53: THE AFRICAN
POLITICS CONFERENCE GROUP

Chair:
Disc:

Katharine A. Baldwin, Yale University


Katharine A. Baldwin, Yale University

Papers: Credible Conversion? Religious Conversion and Identity


Change
Elizabeth S. Sperber, New York University
Substituting for the State: Religion and State building in
the Congo
Laura Seay, Colby College
Political Religion and Transnational Mobilisation in the
Congolese Diaspora
Willy Kalala Kankonde, University of Kinshasa
Religion and Development in Sub-Sarahan Africa:
Muslim Disadvantage in Education
Melina Raquel Platas Izama, Stanford University
Division Panels
DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT AND PHILOSOPHY:
HISTORICAL APPROACHES
26.1
HANNAH ARENDT
Room: Hilton, Union Square 14
Disc:
Sonali Chakravarti, Wesleyan University

Daily Schedule

Papers: Tocqueville and the Shame of Economic Life


Richard Avramenko, University of Wisconsin,
Madison
Edmund Burkes Peerage
Ian Crowe, Belmont Abbey College
Friedrich Nietzsche on the Social Function of
Aristocracy
Jeffrey Church, University of Houston
Richard M. Weaver on Chivalry and Aristocracy in the
American South
Steven Ealy, Liberty Fund, Inc.
23.5
PUBLIUS: THE JOURNAL OF FEDERALISM:
THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION AND
AMERICAN FEDERALISM
Room: Nikko, Ballroom I

Chair:
Disc:

Papers: Between Banality and Radicality. Arendt and Kant on


Evil and Responsibility
Javier Burdman, Northwestern Universty

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 28: FEDERALISM AND


INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS

DAILY SCHEDULE

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Thursday, 4:15 PM to 6:00 PM

Freedom between Philosophy and Politics Arendt and


de Beauvoir in Conversation
Veronica Zebadua-Yanez, New School for Social
Research
Natality and Mortality: Arendt, Tocqueville, and the
Politics of Birth and Death
David Golemboski, Georgetown University
Arendt, Scholem and the Given: Prologue to a Politics
John Wolfe Ackerman, Birkbeck, University of
London
DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT AND PHILOSOPHY:
HISTORICAL APPROACHES
26.2
THE AFFECTIVE TURN IN POLITICAL
THOUGHT
Room: Hilton, Union Square 3 & 4
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF
POLITICAL THEORY

Chair:
Disc:

James R. Martel, San Francisco State University


Charles Devellennes, University of Kent

Papers: Affect and Understanding in Hermeneutical Solidarity


Darren R. Walhof, Grand Valley State University
Moral Sentimentalism: How to Feel Properly
Michael L. Frazer, Harvard University
Recognition between Strangers
Heikki Antero Ossian Ikaheimo, UNSW Australia
Love as a Political Concept? Hannah Arendts Amor
Mundi and Hegels Recognition
Stavroula Soukara, University of Kent
Political Theory of the Flesh? Affect, the Canon, and an
Ethics of Embodiment
John McMahon, The Graduate Center, CUNY
DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY
26.3
CONSTRUCTING REPRESENTATIVE
DEMOCRACY: THEORY, HISTORY, AND
PRACTICE
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 2
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND
ELECTORAL SYSTEMS

Chair:
Disc:

Lisa J. Disch, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor


Lisa J. Disch, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Papers: The Rise and Fall of Conservative Populism


Joseph E. Lowndes, University of Oregon
Founders and Re-Founders: The Struggles of SelfAuthorized Representation
Monica Brito Vieira, University of York
Aesthetics and Ethics in an Age of Distrust
Eline M. Severs, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Democratic Doxa: Towards a Critical Theory of Public
Opinion
Adam J. Dahl, Sewanee: The University of the South
Its Time to Get Over the Pluralist Heaven
M. David Forrest, Arizona State University
Matthew Dean Hindman, University of Tulsa
DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY
26.4
DIVERSITY IN FAMILIES? ECONOMIC
PRECARITY AND THE POLITICIZATION OF
THE FAMILY
Room: Hilton, Union Square 1 & 2
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL
THEORY

112

DAILY SCHEDULE

Chair:
Disc:

Ashleigh Campi
Tamara Metz, Reed College

Papers: Enacting Caring Democracy: Contemporary Realities


and Proposals for Support
Joan C. Tronto, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
The Mobilization of Family in the Breast Cancer NonProfit-Corporate Alliance
Claire C. McKinney, Washington University in St.
Louis
Health Care, Political Freedom, and (Re)Productive
Normality
Jack Jackson, Whitman College
Parental Autonomy and Market Freedom: Evangelical
Anti-Welfare Rhetoric
Ashleigh Campi
DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY
26.5
RACE, AFFECT, POLITICS
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 8
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL
THEORY

Disc:

Melvin Lee Rogers, University of California, Los


Angeles
Shatema Threadcraft

Papers: The Musicality of Radical Democracy: SNCC, Victor


Wooten, and Shock Resistance
Romand Coles, Australian Catholic University
"The Passional Dynamics of the Communist Party"
Jodi Dean, Hobart & William Smith Colleges
The (Neo)Liberalism of Horror
Elisabeth Robin Anker, George Washington
University
Assembling Counter-Racism: Twain Contra Tocqueville
Kam Shapiro, Illinois State University
Richard Wright and Prison Abolitionism: The Refusal to
Compromise with Reality
Laura Grattan, Wellesley College
DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY
26.6
THEORIZING POLITICAL ECONOMY
Room: Hilton, Union Square 19 & 20
Chair: Paul C. Apostolidis, Whitman College
Disc:
Anita Chari
Papers: Democratic Impatience: Democracy in a Fast Age
Mario Feit, Georgia State University
From Nation to Plurination: Resignifying State, Family,
and Economy in Ecuador
Christine Keating
Hayek contra Neoliberalism: Towards a Left
Hayekianism
Robert Reamer
Sovereignty and Other Neoliberal Fantasies
Timothy Fisken, University of Birmingham
DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL THEORY
26.7
AUTHOR MEETS CRITICS: JACOB T. LEVY,
RATIONALISM, PLURALISM, AND FREEDOM
Room: Hilton, Union Square 5 & 6
Chair: Richard Boyd, Georgetown University
Part:
Richard Boyd, Georgetown University
Sarah Burns, Rochester Institute of Technology
Paul Dragos Aligica, George Mason University

Thursday, 4:15 PM to 6:00 PM

Avigail Eisenberg, University of Victoria


Jacob T. Levy, McGill University
Lucas Swaine, Dartmouth College
DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL THEORY
26.8
ROUNDTABLE ON MARGARET MOORE'S "A
POLITICAL THEORY OF TERRITORY"
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 6
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 52: MIGRATION AND
CITIZENSHIP

Chair:
Part:

David Miller, University of Oxford


Jeff Spinner-Halev, University of North Carolina, Chapel
Hill
Joseph H. Carens, University of Toronto
Margaret Moore, Queens University
Burke Hendrix, University of Oregon
Paulina Ochoa Espejo, Haverford College

DIVISION 5: POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY


26.9
THE PSYCHOLOGICAL UNDERPINNINGS OF
PARTISANSHIP AND GROUP CUES
Room: Parc 55, Mason
Disc:
Hans J.G. Hassell, Cornell College
Toby Bolsen, Georgia State University
Papers: Partisan and Group Cues in Political Decision Making
Dennis Chong, University of Southern California
Kevin J. Mullinix, Appalachian State University
Party Cues as Coalitional Cues: Coalitional Psychology
and Party Cue Effects
David J. Hendry, Aarhus Universitet
Lene Aare, Aarhus University
Michael Bang Petersen, Aarhus University
The Political Psychology of Coordination Games
Brad L. LeVeck, University of California, Merced
Tomorrow is a New Day? Partisanship, Retrospection,
and Changing Governments
Martin Bisgaard, Aarhus University
A New Partisan Voter? The Epistemic Origins of
Partisan Resurgence and Rigidity
Matt Luttig
DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY
26.10
ECONOMIC INEQUALITY AND DEMOCRATIC
RESPONSE
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 3
Disc:
Frank R. Baumgartner, University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill
Paul Pierson, University of California, Berkeley

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 13: THE POLITICS OF


COMMUNIST AND FORMER COMMUNIST
COUNTRIES

Chair:
Disc:

Lily L. Tsai, Massachusetts Institute of Technology


Yuhua Wang, Harvard University
Xiaobo Lu, University of Texas at Austin

Papers: What is a One-Party State?


Zhaotian Luo, New York University
Who Believes the People's Daily? Bias and Credibility
in Authoritarian Media
Rory Truex, Princeton University
Do Government Officials Visits to Firms Bring Firms
More Loans?
Yiqing Xu, MIT
Rice, State, and Income
Yuhua Wang, Harvard University
Ji Yeon (Jean) Hong, Hong Kong University of
Science and Technology
Incentive versus Competence of Chinese Bureaucrats
Tianyang Xi, Peking University
Yang Yao
Muyang Zhang, School of Public Economics and
Administration
DIVISION 7: POLITICS AND HISTORY
26.12
THE RIGHT TURN AGAINST WORKERS IN THE
AMERICAN STATES
Room: Hilton, Taylor Room
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 29: STATE POLITICS AND
POLICY

Chair:
Disc:

Gordon Lafer, University of Oregon


Janice R Fine, Rutgers University-New Brunswick

Papers: Cutting off Public Union Dues Income: A Strategy to


Defund Political Opponents
Gordon Lafer, University of Oregon
The Role of Concentration of Union Membership on
Public Unions' Influence
Christina M. Kinane, University of Michigan, Ann
Arbor
Wage Theft and the Political Construction of Workers
Rights
Daniel Galvin, Northwestern University
Whos Minding the Gap? Public Pension Underfunding
among the States
Robert Mickey, University of Michigan
Alton Boyd Hale Worthington, University of
Michigan
Fractured Union: Divided Labor Law and Public and
Private Sector Union Conflict
Alexis Walker, Stetson University

Daily Schedule

Papers: Activated Publics and Business Power in the US and the


UK
Pepper D. Culpepper, European University Institute
Taeku Lee, University of California, Berkeley
Political Context and Representational Inequality
Martin Gilens, Princeton University
Labor Market Redistribution as a Response to Inequality
Leslie McCall, Northwestern University
Stealth Politics by US Billionaires
Benjamin I. Page, Northwestern University
Jason Seawright, Northwestern University
Matthew Lacombe, Northwestern University

DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY


26.11
POLITICAL STABILITY AND ECONOMIC
GROWTH IN CHINA
Room: Hilton, Union Square 24

DIVISION 8: POLITICAL METHODOLOGY


26.13
MODELS OF SURVEY DATA
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 7
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION

Chair:
Disc:

Betsy Sinclair, Washington University in St Louis


Michelle Torres, Washington University in St. Louis

DAILY SCHEDULE

113

Thursday, 4:15 PM to 6:00 PM

Papers: Do All Roads Lead To Rome? Four Measures Of Voter


Cohesion
Peter M. Li, UCLA
Modeling Guessing Properties of Political Knowledge
Items
Tsung-han Tsai, Department of Political Science,
National Chengchi University
Beyond the Visible: Latent Modeling of Muslims' Social
Attitudes in 26 Countries
Nathanael Gratias Sumaktoyo, University of Notre
Dame
Revisiting the Measurement of Partisanship: An Item
Response Theory Analysis
Alexa Bankert, SUNY, Stony Brook
Leonie Huddy, SUNY, Stony Brook
Martin Rosema, University of Twente
DIVISION 9: TEACHING AND LEARNING IN POLITICAL
SCIENCE
26.14
STRATEGIES FOR PROMOTION FROM
ASSOCIATE TO FULL PROFESSOR
Room: Hilton, Franciscan A
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 10: POLITICAL SCIENCE
EDUCATION

Chair:
Part:

Gretchen M. Bauer, University of Delaware


Sara McLaughlin Mitchell, University of Iowa
Karen M. Hult, Virginia Tech
Julie L. Novkov, SUNY, Albany
Susan M. Sterett, Virginia Tech

DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS


26.15
AUTHORITARIAN INSTITUTIONS
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 9
Chair: Emmanuel Teitelbaum, George Washington University
Disc:
Luz Marina Arias, CIDE
Papers: Afraid of Graffiti? Soft Protest and Threat Perceptions in
Authoritarian States
Alexis Monique Zimberg, University of Toronto
Electoral Competition Under Authoritarianism
Navid Hassanpour, Columbia University
Institutional Underpinnings of Power: State Capacity and
Authoritarian Stability
Jonathan Hanson, University of Michigan
Lessons in Authoritarian Accountability
Cindy Cheng, Duke University
Resource Reliance and Military Spending in Autocratic
Regimes
Wonjun Song, Pennsylvania State University
Christopher Boylan, Pennsylvania State University
DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS
26.16
FRONTIERS OF HISTORICAL
INSTITUTIONALISM
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 4
Chair: Karl Orfeo Fioretos, Temple University
Disc:
Karl Orfeo Fioretos, Temple University
Papers: Historical Institutionalism and the Politics of
Institutional Change
Giovanni Capoccia, University of Oxford
Beyond Positive and Negative Feedback: Institutions and
Public Attitudes
Marius R. Busemeyer, University of Konstanz

114

DAILY SCHEDULE

Altered States: Negotiation and the Micro-Foundations


of Institutional Change
Cathie Jo Martin, Boston University
Taking Historical Institutionalism Global
Abraham Newman, Georgetown University
Daniel H. Nexon, Georgetown University
Historical Institutionalism, State Building and
Supranational Integration
R. Daniel Kelemen, Rutgers University, New
Brunswick
DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES
26.17
CORRUPTION
Room: Hilton, Franciscan D
Chair: Stacey Leigh Hunt, Auburn University
Disc:
Stacey Leigh Hunt, Auburn University
Papers: Campaign Finance, Corruption and Reelection in the
Brazilian Chamber of Deputies
Marcus Andre Melo
Ivan Juca
Lucio R. Renno
Does Ejecting Corrupt Mayors Reduce Corruption in
Neighboring Municipalities?
Manoel Ryff Gehrke Ryff Moreira, UCLA
Do Officials Extort More During Elections? Evidence
from Micro-Data on Corruption in West Africa
Jasper Jack Cooper
Money Matters: Wages in Corruption Prevention
Anders Sundell, University of Gothenburg
Agnes Cornell, Aarhus University
DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES
26.18
POLITICS, SOCIAL POLICIES, AND
SUBNATIONAL DIVERSITY IN LATIN AMERICA
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 5
Chair: Jennifer Pribble, University of Richmond
Disc:
Eduardo Moncada, Barnard College - Columbia
University
Papers: Pathways out of Poverty: Improving Social Well-Being
in Brazil
Natasha Borges Sugiyama, University of Wisconsin,
Milwaukee
Michael Touchton, Boise State University
Brian Wampler, Boise State University
Politics, Gender, and Health: Insight from Argentina's
Provinces
James W. McGuire, Wesleyan University
Social Policies and Partisan Alignments in Argentina
and Brazil
Sara Niedzwiecki, University of New Mexico
Subnational Politics, Stateness, and Social Policy
Provision in Chile
Jennifer Pribble, University of Richmond
DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES
26.19
UNDERSTANDING PUBLIC GOODS PROVISION
Room: Parc 55, Powell II
Chair: Michelle L. Dion, McMaster University
Disc:
Michelle L. Dion, McMaster University

Thursday, 4:15 PM to 6:00 PM

Papers: Is Federalism a Determinant of Food Security?


Catherine Schmitt-Sands
Fiscal Transfer and Poverty Alleviation: Evidence from
a Quasi-Experiment
Fubing Su, Vassar College
Democratizing Water: Public-public Partnerships and the
Human Right to Water
Madeline Baer, San Diego State University
The Political Determinants of Health in South Africa:
Diversities Reconsidered
Carol A. Mershon, University of Virginia
Swimming Against the Tide:The Rise of Social Welfare
Regimes in Emerging Markets
Isik Ozel, Sabanci University
DIVISION 15: EUROPEAN POLITICS AND SOCIETY
26.20
DIVERSITIES OF INTERESTS IN EU
POLICYMAKING
Room: Hilton, Union Square 17 & 18
Chair: Cathy Lisa Schneider, American University-SIS
Disc:
Alexandra-Maria Bocse, University of Cambridge
Papers: European Lawyers in Combating Money Laundering and
the Financing of Terrorism.
Ulrika Morth, Stockholm University
Karin Svedberg Helgesson, Stockholm School of
Economics
The Fights over the EU Sustainability Reporting
Directive: A Fuzzy-Sets Analysis
Daniel Phillip Kinderman, University of Delaware
The Politics of Privacy: Framing Cyberspace Regulation
in the European Union
Adam William Chalmers, Leiden University
Ece Ozlem Atikcan, Universit Laval
The Puzzling Power of European Farmers: Agricultural
Policy and Austerity
Alice Ciciora, University of California, Berkeley
DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY
26.21
FDI, POLITICAL RISK, AND INTERNATIONAL
INSTITUTIONS
Room: Hilton, Union Square 13
Disc:
Andrew Kerner, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Sonal S. Pandya, University of Virginia

DIVISION 17: INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION


26.22
INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL
COOPERATION: ACTORS, FRAMES, AND
STRATEGIES
Room: Nikko, Monterey II
Chair: Alexander Thompson, Ohio State University
Disc:
Alexander Thompson, Ohio State University
Nicole Rae Baerg
Papers: Environmental NGOs and Private Certification in
Eastern Europe and Central Asia
Daniel Berliner, Arizona State University
Elizabeth Chrun, University of Washington
Deliberative Inclusiveness, Environmental Policies, and
Environmental Outcomes
Tobias Friedrich Karl Boehmelt, University of Essex
Hugh Ward, University of Essex
Pollution and Transparency in China: NGOs, Industry,
and Local Officials
Xun Cao, Penn State University
Genia Kostka
Mobilization in a Time of Mitigation: Framing the
Agenda for the Public
Jana von Stein, Victoria University of Wellington
International Collaboration and the Climate Crisis:
Assessing the Role of the EU
Charles F. Parker
Christer Karlsson
DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
26.23
CIRCULATORY AND CONTROL POWER IN
WORLD POLITICS
Room: Parc 55, Cyril Magnin I
Chair: Peter J. Katzenstein, Cornell University
Part:
Noelle K. Brigden, Marquette University
Rawi Abdelal, Harvard University
Christian Reus-Smit, University of Queensland
Jennifer L. Erickson, Boston College
Barak Mendelsohn, Haverford College
Erin Lockwood, Northwestern University
DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
26.24
CIVILIAN CASUALTIES AND SUPPORT FOR
THE USE OF FORCE
Room: Hilton, Franciscan C
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION

Chair:
Disc:

Kathleen Powers, Ohio State University


C. Peter Kim, Harvard University
Mary Layton Atkinson, University of North Carolina,
Charlotte

Papers: Human or Not? Political Rhetoric and Foreign Policy


Attitudes
Stephen Michael Utych, Boise State University
Picturing War: How Communication Mediums impact
Force Employment Decisions
Julia M. Macdonald
Jacquelyn Schneider
James Kajdasz, United States Air Force Academy
Responsibility Attribution and Lethal Autonomous
Weapons
James Igoe Walsh

DAILY SCHEDULE

Daily Schedule

Papers: Does Arbitration Reduce Diplomatic Pressure in


Investment Disputes?
Lauge Skovgaard Poulsen, University College London
Geoffrey Gertz, Brookings Institution
Srividya Jandhyala, ESSEC Business School
International Law and FDI: Can Compliance Bring
Investment Back?
Terrence Chapman, University of Texas, Austin
Rachel Wellhausen, University of Texas at Austin
Riitta-Ilona Koivumaeki, University of Texas, Austin
Who Needs Rules? Explaining Participation in the
International Investment Regime
Taylor St John, University of Oxford
Noel Pereyra Johnston
Relative Perceptions of Political Risk in International
Business
Quintin H. Beazer, Florida State University
Daniel J. Blake, IE Business School

Standing Rights, Compliance, Efficiency and Stability of


Investment Agreements
Pedro Roberto Nunes da Silva, New York University

115

Thursday, 4:15 PM to 6:00 PM

Killing at a Distance: A Construal-Level Approach to


the Psychology of Drones
Kathleen Powers, Ohio State University
Mechanisms of Morality: Sources of Public Support for
Humanitarian Intervention
Sarah E. Kreps
Sarah Maxey, Cornell University
DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
26.25
NUCLEAR PROLIFERATION: DIVERSE ACTORS
AND STRATEGIES RECONSIDERED
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 3
Chair: Nuno P. Monteiro, Yale University
Disc:
Vipin Narang, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Papers: The Varieties of Nuclear Hedging: Capabilities,
Intentions, and Proliferation
Gene Gerzhoy, Harvard University
Rachel Elizabeth Whitlark
Two Warheads Passing in the Night: Modeling Nuclear
Statecraft in Social Science
Alexander Lanoszka, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology
Rex Douglass, University of California San Diego
The Effect of US Domestic Actors and Discourses on
US Anti-Proliferation Policy
Eleonora Mattiacci, Amherst College
The Limits of Pax Pretoriana: Explaining South Africas
Cold War Strategy
Noel Anderson
Mark S. Bell
Nuclear Bazaar: Commerce and Assistance in Mass
Destruction
Erik Gartzke, University of California, San Diego
Rupal Mehta, Harvard Kennedy School
DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY
26.26
DOMESTIC INSTITUTIONS AND FOREIGN
POLICY
Room: Hilton, Union Square 22
Chair: Glenn P. Hastedt, James Madison University
Disc:
Dorle Hellmuth, The Catholic University of America
Papers: Checking Preferences: The Impact of Federalism on
Brazils Foreign Trade Policy
Vinicius G. Rodrigues Vieira, University of Oxford
Is Japan Shifting to the Right?
Amy Louise Catalinac, New York University
Mischiefs of Section: Provincial Interest, Statebuilding,
and the US-Mexican War
Christopher Darnton, Catholic University of America
The Power of the Purse and Foreign Policy-making in
the U.S. Congress
Gyung-Ho Jeong, University of British Columbia
How Do Institutional Rules Affect Foreign Policy?
Evidence from Foreign Aid Data
Shannon Carcelli, University of California, San Diego
DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES
26.27
COALITIONS AT WAR
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 7
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL
SECURITY

Chair:
Disc:

116

James D. Morrow, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor


Zachary Coleman Shirkey, Hunter College, CUNY
Scott Wolford, University of Texas

DAILY SCHEDULE

Papers: War is K-adic: Explaining War Expansion


Gary Uzonyi, University of Massachusetts- Lowell
Coalition Formation, Diversity, and Crisis Outcomes
Daina Chiba, University of Essex
Jesse C. Johnson, University of Kentucky
UN Peacekeeping Coalitions and Peacekeeper Fatalities
Michael A. Morgan, Marietta College
To Select and Protect: Alliance Formation, War, and
Alliance Reliability
Volker Krause, Eastern Michigan University
DIVISION 22: LEGISLATIVE STUDIES
26.28
THEORIES OF LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEES
REVISITED
Room: Parc 55, Hearst
Chair: Michael L. Mezey, DePaul University
Disc:
Eduardo Aleman, University of Houston
Christopher J. Kam, University of British Columbia
Papers: A Comparative Approach to Committee Powers:
Explaining Legislative Organization
Audrey Andr, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Sam Depauw, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Shane Martin, University of Leicester
Congruence, Symmetry, and Committee Systems in
Bicameral Legislatures
Constanza F. Schibber, Washington University in St.
Louis
Elizabeth Maggie Penn, Washington University in St.
Louis
John W. Patty, University of Chicago
Brian F. Crisp, Washington University in St. Louis
Party System Fragmentation, Committee Autonomy and
Legislative Output
Pedro Riera, Carlos III University of Madrid
Elias Dinas, University of Oxford
(Self)-Organizing the Legislature: Committees and
LMOs in EP and Congress
Nils Ringe, University of Wisconsin, Madison
The Selection of Legislative Authorities in Subnational
Committee Systems
Marina Lacalle, University of Houston
DIVISION 23: PRESIDENTS AND EXECUTIVE POLITICS
26.29
DIVERSITIES IN PRESIDENTIAL RHETORIC,
MEDIA FRAMES, AND PUBLIC REACTIONS
Room: Hilton, Powell Room
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 38: POLITICAL
COMMUNICATION

Chair:
Disc:

Justin S. Vaughn, Boise State University


Lilly J. Goren, Carroll University
Diane J. Heith, St. John's University

Papers: Obama's Rhetoric: Confronting Race in the Age of Postracialism


Natasha V. Christie, University of North Florida
Shannon Bow O'Brien, The University of Texas at
Austin
Whats Hope Got to Do with It? Examining Presidential
Campaign Rhetoric
Anne Cizmar, Eastern Kentucky University
The Diversity of American Dream Rhetoric: LBJ to
Obama
Donna R. Hoffman, University of Northern Iowa
Alison Howard, Dominican University of California

Thursday, 4:15 PM to 6:00 PM

Socialized Medicine, Presidential Responses, & the


News from Truman to Obama
Jennifer Hopper, Washington College
Presidential Leadership, the News Media, and Income
Inequality
Matthew Eshbaugh-Soha, University of North Texas
Ronald J McGauvran, University of North Texas
DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY
26.30
DIVERSITIES OF ADVOCACY IN THE
POLICYMAKING PROCESS
Room: Nikko, Carmel I
Chair: Thomas F. Burke, Wellesley College
Disc:
Thomas F. Burke, Wellesley College
Jeffrey M. Berry, Tufts University
Papers: Why groups use cooperative market-based strategies for
change
Patricia Strach, University at Albany, SUNY
Targeting Decisions In Digital Petition-Based Advocacy
Campaigns
David A. Karpf, George Washington University
Rethinking Participation in the Advocacy Process
Through the Lens of Power
Hahrie C. Han, University of California, Santa
Barbara
Employer Mobilization of Workers in U.S. Politics
Alexander Warren Hertel-Fernandez, Harvard
University
The Rise of Education Issue Advocates and Their
Effects on Policy Implementation
Paul Manna, College of William & Mary
Susan L. Moffitt, Brown University
DIVISION 26: LAW AND COURTS
26.31
LONDON CALLING OR THE FINAL
COUNTDOWN? JUDICIAL BEHAVIOR ON
EUROPEAN COURTS
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 1
Co-sponsored by European Consortium for Political
Research

Chair:
Disc:

Christoph Hoennige, University of Hannover


Christoph Hoennige, University of Hannover
Roger Michalski

DIVISION 27: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW AND


JURISPRUDENCE
26.32
FOUNDATIONS, REGIME STRUCTURE, AND
STRUGGLE
Room: Nikko, Mendocino I
Chair: Nina M. Moore, Colgate University
Disc:
Simon Gilhooley, Bard College
Papers: "Hegemonic Preservation: The English and American
Stories"
Mark A. Graber
Changing National Interest and the Defeat of the Dyer
Anti-Lynching Bill
Jamila Smith-Loud
New Jersey Womens Suffrage in 1776-1807 and in
Historical Memory
Kirsten Nussbaumer, Stanford University
The Constitutional Roots of the American Vice State
Justin Crowe, Williams College
The Stillbirth of Congresss Naturalization Power
David R. Upham, University of Dallas
DIVISION 28: FEDERALISM AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL
RELATIONS
26.33
DECENTRALIZATION AS A TOOL FOR
POLITICAL CONTROL
Room: Parc 55, Stockton
Chair: Scott E Page, University of Michigan
Disc:
Olga V. Shvetsova, SUNY, Binghamton University
Scott E Page, University of Michigan
Papers: Compliance and Middle Managers
Deborah Beim, Yale University
Do Politicians Decentralize to Insure Against Electoral
Defeat?
Ana Sofia Collignon Delmar
Does Decentralization Alleviate Malcontent?
Amuitz Garmendia Madariaga, Binghamton
University
Graig R. Klein, Binghamton University
Overcoming Biased Local Policies with Centralization
Garrett Darl Lewis, Princeton University
Structures of Power: Patronage Networks and
Decentralization
Meghan McConaughey, Georgetown University
DIVISION 29: STATE POLITICS AND POLICY
26.34
PARTISAN POLARIZATION IN THE AMERICAN
STATES
Room: Parc 55, Sutro
Chair: Carl E. Klarner, Harvard University
Disc:
Seth C McKee, Texas Tech University
Papers: "State Legislative Polarization: An Institutional
Perspective"
Zachary Auter, University of Pittsburgh
Partisan Polarization in the U.S. States: Causes and
Consequences
Barbara Norrander, University of Arizona

DAILY SCHEDULE

117

Daily Schedule

Papers: Does Appointment Reform Depoliticize a Supreme


Court? The Case of Norway
William R. Shaffer, Purdue University (Retired)
Gunnar Grendstad, University of Bergen
Eric Waltenburg, Purdue University
Political Bias in Asylum Appeals? Lay Judges in the
Swedish Migration Courts
Linna Marten
Judicial Behavior on the European Court of Human
Rights
Jurij Toplak, Alma Mater Europaea
Djordje Gardasevic, Faculty of Law, University of
Zagreb
Rationales of the Judicial and Legislative Branches in
Swedish Refugee Policy
Livia Johannesson, Department of Political Science,
Stockholm University

Refugee Roulette Revisited: Judicial Preferences on the


Swiss Federal Court
Benjamin E Lauderdale, London School of
Economics
Judith Spirig, University of Zurich

Thursday, 4:15 PM to 6:00 PM

Who Influences State Policy in Polarized America?


Jake M Grumbach, UC Berkeley
The Spoils of Partisan War: Power and Polarization in
State Legislatures
Phillip J. Ardoin, Appalachian State University
William D. Hicks
National Policies and the Polarization of American State
Legislatures
Alex Garlick, University of Pennsylvania
DIVISION 30: URBAN POLITICS
26.35
COMPARATIVE URBAN POLICY: LAND USE,
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, AND CITY
SERVICES
Room: Parc 55, Powell I
Chair: Sara Hughes, University of Toronto
Disc:
Veronica Herrera, University of Connecticut
Hongtao Yi, The Ohio State University
Papers: Governing Informality: Street Vendors in Chicago and
Mumbai
Amy Schoenecker, University of Illinois-Chicago
Not In My Backyard But Lets Talk: When
Environmentalism meets Developmentalism
Zhilin Liu, Tsinghua University
lu liao
Ciqi Mei, Tsinghua University
The Politics of Transferring Land Development Rights
in China
Meina Cai, University of Connecticut
Service Sharing Agreements: Evidence from Europe,
Latin America, and the US
Jered B. Carr, University of Illinois at Chicago
Antonio F. Tavares, University of Minho
DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS
26.36
RECONSIDERING THE IMPACT OF GENDER
DIVERSITY IN POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS
Room: Hilton, Mason Room
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 22: LEGISLATIVE STUDIES

Chair:
Disc:

Beth Reingold, Emory University


Beth Reingold, Emory University
Kira Sanbonmatsu, Rutgers University, New Brunswick

Papers: The Impact of Womens Legislative Caucus Variation


on Womens Representation
Anna M. Mahoney, Tulane University
Women on the Hill: Evaluating Gender Power and
Influence of Congressional Staff
Kelly Dittmar, Rutgers University - Camden
The Sum of Its Parts? : Gender Composition and
Institutional Assessments
Katelyn E. Stauffer
The Symbolic Impact of Womens Representation on
Citizens Political Attitudes
Tnia Verge
Nina Wiesehomeier, Swansea University
Ana Espirito-Santo, Institute of Social Sciences (ICS)
Theorizing Pitkin: Representation and Diversity Beyond
the Legislature
Susan Franceschet, University of Calgary
Jennifer M. Piscopo, Occidental College

118

DAILY SCHEDULE

DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND POLITICS


26.37
RACE, ETHNICITY AND POLITICAL
PSYCHOLOGY
Room: Hilton, Sutter Room
Chair: Jeronimo Cortina, University of Houston
Disc:
Eric Gonzalez Juenke, Michigan State University
Papers: Isolating the Racial Component of Racial Resentment
L.J Zigerell, Illinois State University
The Color of Our Skin & the Content of Our Politics
Vincent L. Hutchings, University of Michigan, Ann
Arbor
Hakeem Jefferson
Nicole Yadon
Stopping Medicaid Expansion: How Acting on Ones
Prejudice Feels Good
Antoine J. Banks, University of Maryland
Heather Hicks, University of Maryland, College Park
Racial Attitudes and Emotional Responses to 2014
Congressional Candidates
David P. Redlawsk, Rutgers University, New
Brunswick
Natasha Altema McNeely, University of Texas - Pan
American
Caroline J. Tolbert, University of Iowa
DIVISION 33: RELIGION AND POLITICS
26.38
RELIGION AND PUBLIC GOODS
Room: Hilton, Union Square 23
Chair: Yu Tao, University of Central Lancashire
Disc:
Ramazan Kilinc, University of Nebraska-Omaha
Papers: Ecological Inference and Religious Diversity: Studying
Public Goods in Brazil
Alicia Dailey Cooperman, Columbia University
Tara L Slough, Columbia University
Public Goods, Prosociality, and Institutional
Decentralization
Christopher Hale
Religious Markets, Religious Social Behavior and
Protest
Gizem Arikan, Yasar University
Pazit Ben-Nun Bloom, Hebrew University of
Jerusalem
Islam, Social Networks, and Collective Mobilization in
the Post-Soviet Space
Dilshod Achilov, East Tennessee State University
Renat Shaykhutdinov, Florida Atlantic University
DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND ELECTORAL
SYSTEMS
26.39
WOMEN'S REPRESENTATION
Room: Hilton, Lombard Room
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS

Chair:
Disc:

Christina Xydias, Clarkson University


Emily Beaulieu, University of Kentucky

Papers: Womens Electoral Success under OLPR


Asa von Schoultz, Mid Sweden University
Accounting for Variation in Female Representation in
the Muslim World
Danielle M. Higgins, American University

Thursday, 4:15 PM to 6:00 PM

Delivering Womens Representation: Comparable


Institutional Effectiveness
Heather Stoll, University of California, Santa
Barbara
Geoff Allen, University of California Santa Barbara
The Causal Effects of PR on Women's Political
Representation
Oyvind Skorge, London School of Economics
The role of incumbency and gender in candidate list
placement in closed list PR
Mihail Chiru, Central European University Budapest
Marina Popescu, University of Essex
DIVISION 35: POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS AND
PARTIES
26.40
MONEY IN ELECTIONS: A FRANCO-AMERICAN
COMPARISON OF POLITICAL FINANCE LAWS
Room: Hilton, Franciscan B
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND
ELECTORAL SYSTEMS

Chair:
Part:

Raymond J. La Raja, University of Massachusetts,


Amherst
Vincent Jerome Michelot, IEP de Lyon
Bruce E. Cain
Eric Kerrouche, Sciences Po, Bordeaux
Alix Meyer, Universite de Bourgogne
Diana Dwyre, California State University, Chico

DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND VOTING BEHAVIOR


26.41
ELECTIONS ADMINISTRATION: EFFICACY
AND INTEGRITY
Room: Parc 55, Divisadero
Chair: R. Michael Alvarez, California Institute of Technology
Papers: Barriers to Voter Confidence Volunteerism and Poll
Workers
Thad E. Hall, Fors Marsh Group
Stress, Efficacy and Poll Workers
Lonna Rae Atkeson, University of New Mexico
Assessing the Independence of Electoral Management
Boards: A Network Approach
Toby S. James, University of East Anglia
Identifying the Determinants of Electoral Integrity in
Advanced Democracies
Alistair Clark, Newcastle University
DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION
26.42
UNDERSTANDING ATTITUDES ABOUT SOCIAL
SPENDING
Room: Parc 55, Mission I
Chair: Michael J. Donnelly, University of Toronto
Disc:
Emily Thorson, George Washington University
Michael J. Donnelly, University of Toronto

DIVISION 38: POLITICAL COMMUNICATION


26.43
COMMUNICATION IN LEGISLATIVE AND
EXECUTIVE ELECTIONS, BOTH STATE AND
NATIONAL
Room: Hilton, Union Square 16
Chair: Paul Franz Testa, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign
Disc:
Dannagal G. Young, University of Delaware
Philippe J. Maarek, University Paris East
Papers: Personalization, Social Media, and Gubernatorial
Candidates Strategies
Regina G. Lawrence, Turnbull Center, University of
Oregon
Shannon C McGregor, University of Texas
The Documented Voter: Voter ID Messaging in the
2014 Texas Midterm Elections
Joshua M. Scacco, Purdue University
Regina G. Lawrence, Turnbull Center, University of
Oregon
Ori Tenenboim, School of Journalism, The University
of Texas at Austin
(In)effective Television Advertising: Persuasion in
Congressional Elections
David Mordecai Searle, University of California, San
Diego
Presence to Press: How Campaign Investment Generates
Local Earned Media
Joshua P. Darr, Louisiana State University
Campaign Media Congruence: Issues in 2012
Presidential Election Tweets and Ads
Kate M. Kenski, University of Arizona
Bethany Anne Conway, University of Arizona
Christine R. Filer
DIVISION 40: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND
POLITICS
26.44
ONLINE POLITICAL PARTICIPATION: HOW
DIVERSE YOUTH ENGAGE WITH POLITICS
Room: Nikko, Mendocino II
Chair: Ellen Claes, University of Leuven
Disc:
Michael Xenos, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Karen Mossberger, Arizona State University
Papers: Political Activism Online: Exploring the Millennial
Divide
Valerie-Anne Maheo
Allison Harell, Universit du Qubec Montral
Dietlind Stolle, McGill
Maria Surilas, McGill University
Philippe Duguay, Universit du Qubec Montral
Indigenous Digital Art as Politics: Young Neomads in
Australia
Judith Bessant, RMIT University
Robert William Watts, RMIT University
Diversifying Communication: Party Youth Wings and
Social Media in Elections
Sarah PICKARD, UNIVERSITE SORBONNE
NOUVELLE

DAILY SCHEDULE

Daily Schedule

Papers: (Un)Deserving Welfare Claimants: the Role of Ethnicity


and Migration Status
Anouk Kootstra
Foundations of Public Opinion on Government Spending
Katherine Krimmel, Boston University
Kelly T. Rader, Yale University
Social Policy Preferences, the Great Recession and
Political Awareness
Ann-Kristin Koelln, University of Gothenburg
The Dynamics of Racialization: How Welfare Opinion
Reinforces Racial Animosities
Paul Goren, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

Inequality Frames, Interests, and Support for


Redistribution
Luis Antonio Camacho, German Development
Institute

119

Thursday, 4:15 PM to 6:00 PM

The Political Use of Internet and Social Media among


Different Young Activists
Mariona Ferrer-Fons, Department of Political and
Social Sciences (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
roger soler-i-mart
The Political Digital Divide: Norms, Social Media and
Political Socialization
Nicole Gallant, INRS Urbanisation Culture Socit
Madeleine Pastinelli, Sociologie, Universite Laval
Guillaume Latzko-Toth
DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL SCIENCE
26.45
TOWARDS A CRITICAL POLITICAL SCIENCE
Room: Nikko, Carmel II
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF
POLITICAL THEORY

Chair:
Disc:

William L. Niemi, Western State Colorado University


William L. Niemi, Western State Colorado University
Daniel J. O'Connor, CSU, Long Beach

Papers: The Politics of Comedy: Comedy as a Form of Critical


Political Education
Nichole Marie Shippen, CUNY-Laguardia
Why Should Political Science Care About Animals?
Katherine Young, University of Hawaii at Hilo
Toward a Critical Cosmopolitanism
Michael Forman, University of Washington, Tacoma
The Caucus for a New Political Science: Transition,
1980-1992
Clyde W. Barrow, University of Texas - Rio Grande
Valley
The Virtuous Vagina? An Anatomy of Sexism
Jocelyn M. Boryczka, Fairfield University
DIVISION 43: INTERNATIONAL HISTORY AND POLITICS
26.46
INTERNATIONAL HISTORY AND THE BIG
QUESTIONS
Room: Parc 55, Davidson
Chair: Brian C. Rathbun, University of Southern California
Disc:
Brian C. Rathbun, University of Southern California
Papers: Profiles in Statesmanship: Bringing Leaders Back into
the Analysis
Bruce W. Jentleson, Duke University
Contagion Processes in the First World War: A
Theoretical and Empirical Analysis
John A. Vasquez, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign
Covert Communication: Signals, Inferences and Secrecy
in World Politics
Austin Carson, University of Chicago
Keren Yarhi-Milo, Princeton University
Realism, Imperialism, and the Expansion of Overseas
U.S. Military Bases
Andrew Yeo, Catholic University of America
Stacie Pettyjohn, RAND Corporation
Maritime Piracy Across Time: Recurring Patterns from
the Bronze Age to Today
Samuel R. Rohrer, University of North Georgia - The
Military College of Georgia
DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE DEMOCRATIZATION
26.47
DIFFUSION AND REGIME CHANGE
Room: Hilton, Union Square 21
Chair: Seva Gunitsky, University of Toronto
Disc:
Seva Gunitsky, University of Toronto

120

DAILY SCHEDULE

Papers: Who is my Neighbor? Cultural Proximity and the


Diffusion of Democracy
David De-Wei Wong
Robert D. Woodberry, University of Notre Dame
Diffusion or Growth? Simulating Patterns of Regime
Change
Gavril K. Bilev, Merrimack College
Natural Resource Pipelines as Catalysts of Regional
Regime Diffusion
Ruchan Kaya, Caspian Strategy Institute
Trading Faces: How Trading Partners Affect Changes in
Governing Institutions
Nicholas R. Davis, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee
A New Data Set on Political Regimes 1800-2014
Carsten Anckar, Abo Akademi University
DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE DEMOCRATIZATION
26.48
THE RISE OF COMPETITIVE ELECTORAL
AUTHORITARIAN REGIMES
Room: Hilton, Van Ness Room
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE
POLITICS OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

Chair:
Disc:

Samuel A. Greene, King's College London


Samuel A. Greene, King's College London
Andreas Schedler, Centro de Investigacion y Docencia
Economicas

Papers: Economic Development, Autocratization & Notions of


Democracy in Ecuador & Turkey
Alper Yildiz, City University of New York - Graduate
Center
On the emergence of electoral authoritarian regimes
Nam Kyu Kim, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
Our Brand is Crisis: Systemic Crises and the Rise of
Electoral Autocracies
Aleksandar Matovski
Political Economy of Rising Competitive
Authoritarianism in Turkey
Berk Esen, Sabanci University
Sebnem Gumuscu, Middlebury College
Violent Struggle and Revolutionary Regime Durability
Kai Massey Thaler, Harvard University
DIVISION 45: HUMAN RIGHTS
26.49
HUMAN RIGHTS IGOS: THE ECTHR, ICC &
UNHRC
Room: Hilton, Union Square 25
Chair: Shareen Hertel, University of Connecticut
Disc:
Jillienne Haglund, University of Kentucky
Papers: Between Justice and Impunity: Quasi-Compliant
Accountability Behavior
Kate Cronin-Furman
Defending the Indefensible: Analysis of Violators of
Human Rights at the UN UPR
Noam Schimmel, McGill Centre for Human Rights
and Legal Pluralism
Procedural Justice and Human Rights
Tiberiu C. Dragu, New York University
Arturas Rozenas, New York University
Sincere Commitment or Deflecting? Thematic Voting in
the Human Rights Council
Michael Joel Voss, University of Toledo

Thursday, 4:15 PM to 6:00 PM

Whose Universality? State and NGO Testimony in the


Universal Periodic Review
Michael Beckstrand, University of Minnesota
DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE METHODS
26.50
CHALLENGES OF FIELD AND ETHNOGRAPHIC
RESEARCH
Room: Hilton, Union Square 15
Co-sponsored by Interpretive Methodologies and Methods

Chair:
Disc:

Benjamin L. Read, University of California, Santa Cruz


Diana Kapiszewski, Georgetown University
Benjamin L. Read, University of California, Santa Cruz

Papers: A Response to Fenno: The Political Scientist as an


Engaged Participant Observer
David CW Parker, Montana State University,
Bozeman
Ethics, Methodology, and Difficult Narratives in
Feminist Politics Research
Akanksha Mehta, SOAS, University of London
Navigating Fieldwork as an Outsider
Suzanne E. Scoggins, University of California,
Berkeley
"Who Can Conduct Field Research on African Politics?:
The Political Economy of Higher Education and
Fieldwork for Generations of African and non-African
Africanists"
Lauren M. MacLean, Indiana University,
Bloomington
DIVISION 52: MIGRATION AND CITIZENSHIP
26.51
LOCALITIES OF IMMIGRANT INCLUSION AND
PARTICIPATION
Room: Parc 55, Fillmore
Papers: A Relational Approach to Local Immigration Policy:
Lessons from Baltimore City
Felipe A Filomeno, University of Maryland,
Baltimore County
Stating Noncitizen Benefits: Expanding State-Level
Social Citizenship Since 1994
Jacqueline Vimo
Policy Evolution in German Islamic Rel Instr. v US
Bilingual Ed., 1965-2010
Girma Elyot Alifeyo Parris, Rockefeller College of
Public Affairs & Policy at the University at Albany,
(SUNY)
On the Citizenship Policies of Latin American States
towards their Emigrants
Luicy Pedroza, GIGA
Pau Palop Garcia, German Institute of Global Area
Studies
DIVISION 53: THE AFRICAN POLITICS CONFERENCE
GROUP
26.52
EXPLAINING PARTY-BUILDING STRATEGIES IN
SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA
Room: Parc 55, Lombard

Chair:
Disc:

Lise Rakner, University of Bergen


Catherine Lena Kelly, Washington University in St.
Louis
Lars Svasand, University of Bergen

Papers: Dis-United Kingdom: The Multi-National State and the


Prospects for a Federal UK
Malcolm Harvey
Hybrid Federalization in Asia
He Baogan, Nanyang Technological University
Native American Reservations as Autonomies: The
Shoshone-Bannock Reservation
Sherrill Stroschein, University College London
Territorial Restructuring in the EU: Europe of Regions
Through the Back Door?
Dietmar Schirmer, Zeppelin University
Varieties of Federalism in 7 Advanced Federations
Okyeon Hong Yi, Seoul National University
27.3
CLAREMONT INSTITUTE FOR THE STUDY OF
STATESMANSHIP AND POLITICAL
PHILOSOPHY: ROUNDTABLE ON THE
PROSPECTS FOR THE CONSERVATIVE
MOVEMENT
Room: Hilton, Continental Ballroom 6
Chair: John B. Kienker, Claremont Review of Books
Part:
Matthew Spalding, Hillsdale College
William Voegeli, The Claremont Institute
Henry Olsen, Ethics and Public Policy Center
Charles R. Kesler, Claremont McKenna College

DAILY SCHEDULE

121

Daily Schedule

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE


DEMOCRATIZATION

Papers: Reconceptualizing Variation in African Party Systems


Leonardo R. Arriola, University of California,
Berkeley
Lise Rakner, University of Bergen
The Impact of Subnational Competition on the Structure
of National Politics
Carrie Manning, Georgia State University
The Historical Roots of Coherent Parties in Africa: The
Cases of Ghana and Mali
Jonathan van Eerd, University of Zurich
No Threat, No Party: Party Strength in Electoral
Authoritarian Regimes
Svein-Erik Helle, University of Bergen
The credibility of campaign promises: experimental
evidence from Ghana
Mascha Rauschenbach, University of Mannheim
Related Groups
27.1
BRITISH POLITICS GROUP: PERSPECTIVES ON
THE 2015 UK GENERAL ELECTION
Room: Parc 55, Embarcadero
Chair: Donley T. Studlar, University of Strathclyde
Papers: The Election in Scotland
Mark P. Shephard, University of Strathclyde
The Election in England
Jane Green, University of Manchester
The Election in Wales
Roger Scully, Cardiff University
The Election in Northern Ireland
Jonathan Tonge, University of Liverpool
Jocelyn Evans, University of Leeds
27.2
CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF FEDERALISM:
FEDERALISMS DIVERSE FORMS
Room: Parc 55, Balboa
Chair: Troy E. Smith, Brigham Young University, Hawaii
Campus
Disc:
Alan Fenna, Curtin University
Andr Lecours, University of Ottawa

Thursday, 4:15 PM to 6:00 PM

27.4
Room:
Chair:
Disc:

James W. Ceaser, University of Virginia


ERIC VOEGELIN SOCIETY: ART, POLITICS AND
LITERATURE
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin II
Charles R. Embry
Alan I. Baily, Stephen F. Austin State University
Paul E. Kidder, Seattle University

Papers: The Philosopher and the Storyteller: Eric Voegelin and


Flannery O'Connor
David Palmieri
Pseudoreality Returns: Reading The Man Without
Qualities in Liquid Modern Times
Paul Corey, Humber College
St. Augustines Confessio and the Possibility of Reason
Enrique Pallares, Catholic University of America
Art as a Symbolic Form: From Paleolithic Murals to
Modernity
Wolfgang Leidhold, University of Cologne
Lila's Destiny: Marilynne Robinson's Gilead Trilogy
Paulette Kidder, Seattle University
27.5
MCCONNELL CENTER FOR POLITICAL
LEADERSHIP: STATESMANSHIP, CITIZENSHIP,
AND CONSTITUTIONALISM: ANCIENT AND
MODERN
Room: Parc 55, Cyril Magnin III
Chair: Lee Trepanier, Saginaw Valley State University
Disc:
Andrew Bibby, Utah Valley University
Matthew D. Wright, Biola University
Papers: Statesmanship and the Constitution in Aristotle's
Political Science
James R. Stoner, Louisiana State University
Crisis of the American Empire: The 1787 Constitution in
Imperial History
Michael S. Kochin, Tel Aviv University
FDR's Destroyers-for-Bases Deal: Law and
Statesmanship
Thomas Karako, Kenyon College
Regime, Culture and Citizenship
Leah Bradshaw, Brock University
27.6
RUSSIAN POLITICAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION:
POLITICAL SCIENCE IN RUSSIA:
REFLECTIONS ON 60 YEARS OF
DEVELOPMENT
Room: Nikko, Ballroom I
Chair: Olga Yurievna Malinova, Institute of Scientific
Information for Social Sciences, Russian Academy of
Sciences
Papers: Political Science in Russia: The State of Art and
Prospective
Oxana Gaman-Golutvina, Moscow Institute for
Foreign Relations
Russian IR Theory Today and Tomorrow
Andrei Tsygankov, San Francisco State University
Criticism of Political Reality and Development of
Political Science in Russia
Leonid V. Smorgunov, St. Petersburg State University
Who makes a Public Face of Political Science in
Russia?
Olga Yurievna Malinova, Institute of Scientific
Information for Social Sciences, Russian Academy of
Sciences

122

DAILY SCHEDULE

27.7

Room:
Chair:
Disc:

Political Science in Russia: Academicians and Experts


Alexander Sungurov, National Research University
Higher School of Economics, Sity St.Petersburg
WOMEN'S CAUCUS FOR POLITICAL SCIENCE:
LATINAS IN AMERICAN POLITICS: BRIDGING
THE GAP BETWEEN INTERSECTIONALITY
AND ELECTABILITY
Hilton, Continental Parlor 1
Leslie Navarro, Dallas County Community College
Melissa R. Michelson, Menlo College

Papers: Voter Stereotypes of Latino and Latina Candidates


Ivy A.M. Cargile, St. Norbert College
Jennifer L. Merolla
Jean Reith Schroedel, Claremont Graduate
University
Virtually Shaking Hands and Kissing Babies:
Congressional Candidates and Social Media Campaigns
Samantha Hernandez, Arizona State University
Advantages and Disadvantages for Latina Officeholders:
The Case of New Mexico
Julia Marin Hellwege, University of New Mexico
Christine Marie Sierra, University of New Mexico
The Sleeping Latina Giant: Leticia Van de Putte and the
Race for Texas Lt.
Sharon Ann Navarro, University of Texas at San
Antonio

Thursday, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM


APSA Events
28.1
APSA MENA/POMEPS RECEPTION
Room: Offsite, Redford (673 Geary Street)

Thursday, 6:15 PM to 7:15 PM


APSA Events
29.1
111TH APSA ANNUAL MEETING PRESIDENTIAL
ADDRESS: AMERICAN POLITICS, AND
POLITICAL SCIENCE, IN AN ERA OF
GROWING RACIAL DIVERSITY AND
ECONOMIC DISPARITY
Room: Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5
Chair: Rodney E. Hero, University of California, Berkeley

Thursday, 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM


APSA Events
30.1
AFRICAN POLITICS SECTION BUSINESS
MEETING
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 2
30.2
ASSOCIATION OF KOREAN POLITICAL
STUDIES BUSINESS MEETING
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 1
30.3
CANADIAN POLITICS SECTION BUSINESS
MEETING
Room: Nikko, Mendocino I
30.4
CONFERENCE GROUP ON ITALIAN POLITICS
(CONGRIPS) BUSINESS MEETING
Room: Hilton, Executive Conf. Ctr. Seacliff Room
30.5
EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH SECTION
BUSINESS MEETING
Room: Parc 55, Market Street
30.6
FEDERALISM AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL
RELATIONS SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
Room: Hilton, Union Square 15

Friday, 7:30 AM to 9:00 AM

30.7
Room:
30.8
Room:
30.9
Room:
30.10
Room:
30.11
Room:
30.12
Room:

JAPAN POLITICAL STUDIES GROUP BUSINESS


MEETING
Hilton, Union Square 23
NEW POLITICAL SCIENCE SECTION BUSINESS
MEETING
Hilton, Continental Parlor 1
POLITICS, LITERATURE AND FILM SECTION
BUSINESS MEETING
Hilton, Union Square 14
QUALITATIVE AND MULTI-METHOD
RESEARCH SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
Nikko, Carmel II
RELIGION AND POLITICS SECTION BUSINESS
MEETING
Nikko, Monterey I
RESEARCH & POLITICS JOURNAL/SAGE
ASSOCIATE EDITORS MEETING
Hilton, Green Room

Thursday, 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM


APSA Events
31.1
LAW AND COURTS SECTION LIFETIME
ACHIEVEMENT AWARD AND SPECIAL PANEL
HONORING DONALD SONGER
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 3

Thursday, 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM


APSA Events
32.1
NCOBPS EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MEETING
Room: Hilton, Executive Conf. Ctr. Presidio Room

Thursday, 7:00 PM to 7:30 PM


APSA Events
33.1
PRESIDENTS AND EXECUTIVE POLITICS
SECTION STEERING COMMITTEE MEETING
Room: Parc 55, Davidson

Thursday, 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM


APSA Events
34.1
RUTGERS UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF
POLITICAL SCIENCE RECEPTION
Room: Hilton, Union Square 21
34.2
THE TEXAS RECEPTION FOR AFFILIATED
UNIVERSITIES
Room: Hilton, Union Square 22

Thursday, 7:30 PM to 8:30 PM

Room:
35.7
Room:
35.8
Room:
35.9
Room:

INTERNATIONAL SECURITY AND ARMS


CONTROL SECTION RECEPTION
Hilton, Imperial A
PRESIDENTS & EXECUTIVE POLITICS
SECTION RECEPTION
Parc 55, Divisadero
QUALITATIVE AND MULTI-METHOD
RESEARCH & INTERNATIONAL HISTORY AND
POLITICS SECTIONS' RECEPTION
Nikko, Carmel I
RELIGION AND POLITICS SECTION
RECEPTION
Nikko, Monterey II

Thursday, 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM


APSA Events
36.1
APSA OPENING RECEPTION
Room: Hilton, Continental Ballroom 4
36.2
CANADIAN POLITICS SECTION RECEPTION
Room: Nikko, Mendocino II
36.3
DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE,
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO RECEPTION
Room: Hilton, Taylor Room
36.4
SITING AND ENGAGEMENT NETWORKING
RECEPTION
Room: Hilton, Union Square 19 & 20
36.5
THE CLAREMONT INSTITUTE RECEPTION
Room: Hilton, Imperial B
36.6
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN RECEPTION
Room: Parc 55, Sutro

Friday, September 4, 2015


Friday, 7:00 AM to 8:00 AM
APSA Events
37.1
ORGANIZED SECTION CHAIRS BREAKFAST
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlour 8
37.2
POLITY BUSINESS MEETING
Room: Hilton, Green Room
37.3
PS: POLITICAL SCIENCE AND POLITICS
EDITORIAL BOARD MEETING BREAKFAST
Room: Parc 55, Sutro

Friday, 7:30 AM to 9:00 AM


APSA Events
38.1
EITM - EMPIRICAL IMPLICATIONS OF
THEORETICAL MODELS BUSINESS MEETING
Room: Hilton, Union Square 1 & 2
38.2
LEGISLATIVE STUDIES QUARTERLY
EDITORIAL BOARD BREAKFAST MEETING
Room: Hilton, Vista
Division Panels
DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT AND PHILOSOPHY:
HISTORICAL APPROACHES
39.1
CICERONIAN RECEPTIONS
Room: Hilton, Union Square 3 & 4
Chair: Daniel J. Kapust, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Disc:
Christina S. Kraus, Yale University

Daily Schedule

APSA Events
35.1
APSA MENTORING NETWORKING RECEPTION
Room: Hilton, Union Square 17 & 18
35.2
CONFERENCE FOR THE STUDY OF POLITICAL
THOUGHT RECEPTION
Room: Parc 55, Embarcadero
35.3
FEDERALISM/INTERGOVERNMENTAL
RELATIONS SECTION RECEPTION
Room: Hilton, Union Square 16
35.4
HONORING WOMEN OF COLOR RECEPTION:
WOMEN & POL. SECTION, WOMENS
CAUCUS & COMM.
Room: Hilton, Franciscan D

35.6

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS


Co-sponsored by Women's Caucus for Political Science

35.5
Room:

INTERNATIONAL ATTENDEES RECEPTION


Hilton, Vista

DAILY SCHEDULE

123

Friday, 7:30 AM to 9:00 AM

Papers: Smith and Cicero on Anger, Resentment and Retributive


Justice
Michelle A. Schwarze, Department of Political
Science, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Cicero Speaks French: Ciceronian Themes in Latini,
Oresme and Pizan
Cary J. Nederman, Texas A&M University
Justus Lipsius, Acceptable Deceit, and Prudence in the
Ciceronian Tradition
Gary Remer, Tulane University
Law as a Source of Moral Norms in Cicero and
Augustine
Sarah Byers, --Department of Philosophy at Boston
College
DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT AND PHILOSOPHY:
HISTORICAL APPROACHES
39.2
UNIVERSALITY, SPATIAL ORDER AND
EXCLUSION IN THE THOUGHT OF CARL
SCHMITT
Room: Hilton, Union Square 23
Chair: ELLEN KENNEDY, UNIV OF PENNSYLVANIA
Disc:
Lars Vinx, Bilkent University, Department of Philosophy
Papers: On Carl Schmitts Interpretation of Hobbes (1932-1938)
Eva Odzuck, Institut fuer Politikwissenschaft
Technicity, Mortality, and Sovereignty in Heidegger and
Schmitt
David Ragazzoni
Of Jews and the Republic: Carl Schmitt in Weimar
Aaron B. Roberts
Propaganda and Critique in Carl Schmitts Land and Sea
(1942/1954/1981)
Samuel G. Zeitlin, University of California, Berkeley
DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY
39.3
DREAM, WORK, PLAY: PSYCHOANALYSIS, THE
UNCONSCIOUS, AND RADICAL POLITICS
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 1
Chair: Robyn Marasco
Disc:
Robyn Marasco
Papers: Dream as Political Object
Sharon Sliwinski, Western University
Occupying Aggression: A Psychoanalytic Defense of
Radical Politics
George M. Shulman, New York University
Thing Theory and Playthings: (In)operativity in
Agamben, Arendt, and Winnicott
Bonnie Honig, Brown University
Visions Unseen: On Sovereignty, Race, and the Optical
Unconscious
Mark Reinhardt, Williams College
DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY
39.4
INTERSECTIONAL PERSPECTIVES ON THE
BODY: DISABILITY, RACE AND GENDER
Room: Parc 55, Davidson
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS

Chair:
Disc:

Shatema Threadcraft
Julie Mostov, Drexel University

Papers: Feminism, Disability, and the Body/Mind Duality


Nancy J. Hirschmann, University of Pennsylvania

124

DAILY SCHEDULE

The Body Between Institutional and Descriptive


Representation
Paula Diehl, Penn Arts & Sciences
Body Matters: Black Women Elected Officials and Body
Politics
Nadia E. Brown, Purdue University
How to Write on Kinky Haired Feminine Bodies:
Phenomenology and Necropower
Shatema Threadcraft
Connecting the Disconnect: Mental Disorder and
Political Disorder
Theresa Man Ling Lee, University of Guelph
DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY
39.5
RACE AND MEMORY IN AMERICAN
POLITICAL THOUGHT
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 1
Chair: Lawrie Balfour, University of Virginia
Disc:
Kirstine S. Taylor, University of Washington
Annie Menzel, Vassar College
Papers: The Pasts We Deny: James Baldwins Archaeology of
the Present
Joseph Grant, Northwestern University
Booker T. Washington and the Use of Biography in
Afro-American Political Thought
Desmond Jagmohan, Princeton University
Neoliberal Time to Kill
P.J. Brendese, Johns Hopkins University
For Love of Countrymen: James Baldwins Biopolitical
Communitarianism
Bryan Brentus Carter, Johns Hopkins University
DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY
39.6
THE STRANGEST EXPERIENCES: SALVAGING
COMPLEXITY IN POLITICAL THEORIZING
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 9
Chair: Adam Sitze, Amherst College
Disc:
Yves Winter, McGill University
Papers: Reading Plato
Jill Frank, Cornell University
Wollstonecraft and the Paradoxes of Political
Community
Angela Maione, Harvard University
Between Text and Context: Disrupting Practices in
French North Africa
Nancy Luxon, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.
Home:" on Longing, Belonging, and the Possibility of a
Universal Lexicon
Hagar Kotef, SOAS, University of Lobdon
DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL THEORY
39.7
CAN THERE BE A (GOOD) ETHICS FOR
POLITICS?
Room: Hilton, Union Square 19 & 20
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF
POLITICAL THEORY

Chair:
Part:

John R. Wallach, Hunter College, CUNY


Ella Myers, University of Utah
Nadia Urbinati, Columbia University
Rainer Forst, Johann Wolfgang Goethe University

Friday, 7:30 AM to 9:00 AM

DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL THEORY


39.8
RECOGNITION AND ITS DISCONTENTS
Room: Hilton, Sutter Room

Economic Growth and Gender Equality under


Authoritarian Regimes
Adrian J. Shin, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
The Effect of Government Parties Outside Options on
the Budget Composition
Maiko Isabelle Heller, University of Michigan

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF


POLITICAL THEORY

Chair:
Disc:

Anita Chari
Anita Chari

Papers: Recognition and the Consensus Horizon in Democratic


Politics
Laura Back, University of Washington
Self-Definition and Difference in the Politics of
Recognition
Caitlin Tom, University of California, Berkeley
The Limits of the Politics of Recognition: The Case of
British Foxhunters
Katherine Curchin, Australian National University
Microaggressions, Recognition Theory and Racial
Inequality
Greta Fowler Snyder, Victoria University of
Wellington
DIVISION 5: POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY
39.9
THE POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY OF
IMMIGRATION ATTITUDES
Room: Parc 55, Mission II
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 52: MIGRATION AND
CITIZENSHIP

Disc:

Pete Mohanty, Stanford University

Papers: Framed by the Media: The Impact of Threat Frames in


TV News on Ethnic Prejudice
Laura Jacobs, University of Leuven
Meta van der Linden, University of Leuven
Immigrant Exposure and Natives Attitudes: Which
Contexts and which Immigrants?
Kim Mannemar Soenderskov
Peter Thisted Dinesen
Openness Moderates the Impact of Interethnic
Encounters on Immigration Attitudes
Peter Thisted Dinesen
Kim Mannemar Soenderskov
Nationalism and Anti-immigrant Prejudice: What Role
Do Institutions Play?
Carolin Rapp, University of Bern
A Tale of Two Countries: Mexican Immigrants
Perceptions of Politics in the U.S.
Sergio C. Wals, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY
39.10
POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS AND ECONOMIC
GROWTH
Room: Nikko, Carmel I
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE
POLITICS

Chair:
Disc:

Nicholas Weller, University of Southern California


Desha Girod, Georgetown University

Papers: A Discrete Choice Model for the Analysis of an


Aggregate Voting Record
Moritz Marbach, University of Mannheim
Recovering Household Income From Survey Data: A
Bayesian Approach
Maxim Ananyev, UCLA
Michael Poyker, UCLA Anderson school of
management
A Bayesian Changepoint Model of Electoral
Realignments
Arjun Wilkins, Stanford University
Dealing with Separation in Logistic Regression Models
Carlisle Rainey, Texas A&M University
DIVISION 8: POLITICAL METHODOLOGY
39.12
NETWORK MODELS
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 6
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 50: POLITICAL NETWORKS

Chair:
Disc:

Erin Hartman, Princeton University


Erin Hartman, Princeton University
Michael D. Ward, Duke University

Papers: Changepoint Analysis of Multilayer Network Using


Bayesian Inference
Jong Hee Park, Seoul National University
Yunkyu Sohn
Diffusion Invariant Reduction Scheme for Field
Experimental Design
Yunkyu Sohn
Extracting ideological proximity in the UN system:
Topological Analysis approach
Slava Mikhaylov, University College London
Modeling Path-assigned Treatments: Colonial Roads in
Africa
Dean Knox, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Daniel Nicolas Jacques de Kadt
DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS
39.13
AUTHORITARIAN STABILITY
Room: Hilton, Franciscan A
Chair: Maya Jessica Tudor
Disc:
Payam Mohseni, Harvard University
Sarah Hummel, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign

Daily Schedule

Papers: Modern Economic Democracy


Andrew J. Coe, University of Southern California
Authoritarian Institutions and Fiscal Policy: A Cross
National Analysis
Charles R. Hankla, Georgia State University
John F. Walson
Sohini Mookherjee, Georgia State University

DIVISION 8: POLITICAL METHODOLOGY


39.11
BAYESIAN MODELS
Room: Parc 55, Balboa
Chair: Jacob M. Montgomery, Washington University in St.
Louis
Disc:
James Edward Monogan, University of Georgia

Papers: Autocratic Powers and Authoritarian Resilience in the


Post-Cold War Era
Samuel Handlin, University of Utah
Luis Alain Oquendo
Labor Unrest and the Dual Transformation of the
Chinese State
Manfred Elfstrom, Cornell University

DAILY SCHEDULE

125

Friday, 7:30 AM to 9:00 AM

Public Monuments as Loyalty Signals in Authoritarian


Regimes
Cole Harvey, University of North Carolina Chapel
Hill
Ali Sanaei, UC Berkeley
Share It or Lose It? Ethnic Politics and Authoritarian
Stability.
Ilyas Saliba, WZB Social Science Center Berlin
Yannick Immanuel Pengl, ETH Zurich
The Geography of Power Elites in Authoritarian
Regimes: Evidence from China
Titi Zhou, Hong Kong University of Science and
Technology
DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS
39.14
INEQUALITY AND ITS PERCEPTIONS
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 3
Chair: Robert R. Kaufman, Rutgers University, New Brunswick
Disc:
Karen Long Jusko, Stanford University
Papers: Government Intervention and Subjective Well-Being: A
Global Appraisal
Patrick Flavin, Baylor University
Alexander C. Pacek
Benjamin Radcliff, University of Notre Dame
Inequality and Representation with Regressive Taxation
Junko Kato, The University of Tokyo
Seiki Tanaka, University of Amsterdam
Magnifying Insecurities: How Contexts Temper Worries
and Policy Preferences
Mallory Compton, Texas A&M University
Perception and Misperception of Inequality: A CrossNational Investigation
Daniel S. Treisman, University of California, Los
Angeles
Wealth Inequality and Democratic Politics
David Stasavage, New York University
Kenneth F. Scheve, Stanford University
DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS
39.15
REGIME TRANSITIONS
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 8
Chair: Manal A. Jamal, James Madison University
Disc:
Sofia Fenner
Papers: Pop Culture and Pro-Military Propaganda in PostMubarak Egypt
Meir R. Walters, Georgetown University
Social Movements and Their Regional Diffusion
Arash Reisinezhad
Can Post WWI Military Disarmament explain the
Growth of Interwar Fascism?
Kare Vernby, Uppsala University
Unions and Transitions: A Comparative Analysis of
Egypt and Tunisia
Dina Bishara, University of Oxford
Urbanization and Civil Wars
Kerim Can Kavakli, Sabanci University
Arzu Kibris, Sabanci University
DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES
39.16
COMPARATIVE DIMENSIONS IN COLONIAL
POLITICS
Room: Hilton, Imperial B

126

DAILY SCHEDULE

Chair:
Disc:

Steven I. Wilkinson, Yale University


Alexander Lee, University of Rochester

Papers: What's Endogenous and Exogenous to Colonial Rule


Philip Roessler, College of William & Mary
Nicolas van de Walle, Cornell University
The Territorial Dynamics of Colonial State-Building in
German East-Africa
Jan Henryk Pierskalla, The Ohio State University
Alexander De Juan, GIGA German Institute of
Global and Area Studies
Max Montgomery, German Institute of Global and
Area Studies
The Effects of Missionaries on Political Development
Katharine A. Baldwin, Yale University
Where Do Economic Institutions Come From?
Robert D. Woodberry, University of Notre Dame
Redistributive Colonialism
Alexander Lee, University of Rochester
DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES
39.17
STATE BUILDING
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 4
Papers: Bridging United States and Latin American Public
Administration Scholarship
Adam J. Cohon, University of Rochester
Diverse Approaches to State-Building in Laos and
Cambodia
Naazneen Barma, Naval Postgraduate School
Land Reform as an Origin of the Korean Developmental
State
Jong-sung You, The Australian National University
Land, State-Building, and Political Authority in Africa
Lauren Honig, Cornell University
Pre-Colonial Governance and Contemporary State
Capacity in Africa
Anna Schultz, Duke University
DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES
39.18
THEORIZING DIVERGENT PATHWAYS IN THE
DEVELOPING WORLD
Room: Hilton, Powell Room
Chair: Abhishek Chatterjee, University of Montana
Disc:
Abhishek Chatterjee, University of Montana
Papers: Geography is not Destiny: Trade Coalitions and PostColonial Development
Don Leonard, Tulane University
Governing Diversity: Explaining Divergent Pathways for
India and Pakistan
Wilfried Swenden, University of Edinburgh
Political Geography, Decision-making, and
Accountability in Latin America
Katherine Bersch, Stanford University
Political Institutions, Social Contexts and Economic
Growth
Peter F. Nardulli, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign
The Political Roots of the Mobile Revolution
Naunihal Singh, Air War College

Friday, 7:30 AM to 9:00 AM

DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING


COUNTRIES
39.19
URBANIZATION, CLASS AND POLITICAL
PARTICIPATION IN DEVELOPING
DEMOCRACIES
Room: Parc 55, Mission I
Chair: Evelyne Huber, University of North Carolina, Chapel
Hill
Disc:
Adam Michael Auerbach, American University
Papers: Growth and Withdrawal: Clientelism, Poverty, and
Participation in Urban Ghana
Noah L Nathan
Citizen-State Relations in Urban India: Class Differences
in Water Politics
Tanu Kumar, University of California, Berkeley
Alison E. Post, University of California, Berkeley
The Forbearance Trap: Squatting and Housing Policy in
Urban Latin America
Alisha Caroline Holland
Rural Networks, Urban Migration, and Wellbeing in
Slums
Erik M. Wibbels, Duke University
Anirudh Krishna, Duke University
Including the Other Half: How Economic Formality
Disrupts Clientelism in Manila
Nancy Hite-Rubin, Tufts University
DIVISION 13: THE POLITICS OF COMMUNIST AND
FORMER COMMUNIST COUNTRIES
39.20
INEQUALITY, WELFARE AND DISTRIBUTIVE
POLITICS IN POST-COMMUNIST TRANSITIONS
Room: Parc 55, Hearst

Chair:
Disc:

Liesbet Hooghe, University of North Carolina, Chapel


Hill
Liesbet Hooghe, University of North Carolina, Chapel
Hill
Graeme Robertson, University of North Carolina, Chapel
Hill

Papers: Issue Salience East and West


Robert Rohrschneider, University of Kansas
Stephen Whitefield, University of Oxford
Skewed Reality: Citizen (Mis)Perceptions of Parties
Margit Tavits, Washington University in St. Louis
Dalston G Ward, Washington University in St. Louis
Fluid Parties, Fickle Voters, Fixed Spaces: Party
Competition in Europe
Jan Rovny, Sciences Po, Paris
Jonathan Polk, University of Gothenburg
"Back to the Future?" Government Formation and Party
System Stability in Europe
Fernando Casal Bertoa, University of Nottingham
Zsolt Enyedi, Central European University
The Future Lies East? Systems, Sub-Systems and the
Dynamics of Party Politics
Tim Haughton, University of Birmingham
Kevin Deegan-Krause, Wayne State University
DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY
39.22
FINANCIAL CRISIS DATA AND POLITICS:
MEASUREMENT PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS
Room: Hilton, Union Square 24
Chair: Mark Hallerberg, Hertie School of Governance
Disc:
David Andrew Singer, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY

Chair:
Disc:

Bilyana Petrova, University of North Carolina, Chapel


Hill
Marc P. Berenson, King's College London
Katelyn Finley, University of California, Irvine

DIVISION 15: EUROPEAN POLITICS AND SOCIETY


39.21
NEVER THE TWAIN SHALL MEET? PARTY
POLITICS IN WESTERN AND EASTERN
EUROPE
Room: Hilton, Franciscan B

DIVISION 17: INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION


39.23
ENFORCEMENT AND COMPLIANCE IN
INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION
Room: Hilton, Union Square 17 & 18
Disc:
Songying Fang, Rice University

Daily Schedule

Papers: Are Inequality Aversion and Demand for Welfare


Growing in Russia and China?
Neil Munro, University of Glasgow
Left is Right, Right is Left: Electoral Rules,
Partisanship, and Redistribution
Stephen Bloom, Southern Illinois University,
Carbondale
Simonas Cepenas, Southern Illinois University
Carbondale
Redistribution and the Quality of Governance: Evidence
from East Central Europe
Bilyana Petrova, University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill
Post-Soviet Health Benefit Provision: the Role of Soviet
Legacies & Veto Players
Brittany Holom, Princeton University
Political Effects of the Great Financial Crisis
Roger Schoenman, University of California, Santa
Cruz

Papers: Measuring Economic Institutions and Financial Crises


Puspa D Amri, Ithaca College
Thomas D. Willett, Claremont Graduate University
A Text Based Measure of Banking Crises
Sahil Deo
Christian Bernhard Franz
Christopher Gandrud, Hertie School of Governance
Mark Hallerberg, Hertie School of Governance
Exogenous and Objective Indicators of Endogenous and
Subjective Crises
Thomas Pepinsky, Cornell University
What Is a Capital Event? Measuring Surges, Sudden
Stops, and Flight
William Kindred Winecoff, Indiana University
Measuring Vulnerabilities to Different Crisis Resolution
Strategies
Stefanie Walter, University of Zurich
Raphael Reinke, University of Zurich

Papers: Diagonal Enforcement Mechanisms in International


Trade Politics
William Phelan, Trinity College, Dublin
Do PTAs Increase Trade? Evidence from a Network
Analysis
Lauren Peritz, University of California, Davis

DAILY SCHEDULE

127

Friday, 7:30 AM to 9:00 AM

DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY


39.24
AUTHOR MEETS CRITICS: DALE COPELAND'S
"ECONOMIC INTERDEPENDENCE AND WAR"
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 3
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL
POLITICAL ECONOMY

Chair:
Part:

Randall Schweller, Ohio State University


Dale Copeland, University of Virginia
Joanne Gowa, Princeton University
Jack L. Snyder, Columbia University
Christopher F. Gelpi, The Ohio State University
Jessica L. P. Weeks, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Colin Elman, Syracuse University

DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY


39.25
NUCLEAR POLITICS AND PROLIFERATION
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 7
Disc:
Lawrence P. Rubin, Georgia Institute of Technology
Papers: Predicting Nuclear Proliferation
Jeffrey Kaplow, College of William & Mary
Erik Gartzke, University of California, San Diego
Explaining the Path and Pace of Nuclear Weapons
Programs
Lisa Langdon Koch, Arizona State University
Alliance Restraint and Nuclear Proliferation
Dong Sun Lee, Korea University
Perception, Prioritization, and Proliferation
Alison Logan Mintz, University of Georgia
Realism, Idealism, and American Public Opinion on
Nuclear Disarmament
Kai Quek, University of Hong Kong
DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
39.26
POWER SHIFTS IN WAR AND PEACE: NEW
THEORETICAL AND EMPIRICAL INSIGHTS
Room: Hilton, Mason Room
Chair: David M. Edelstein, Georgetown University
Disc:
David M. Edelstein, Georgetown University
Papers: When Power Shifts Promote Peace
Joseph M. Parent, University of Miami
Paul K. MacDonald, Wellesley College
Falling Giants: Rising States and the Fate of Declining
Great Powers
Joshua Itzkowitz Shifrinson, Texas A&M University
Explaining Accommodation Failure
Steven Ward, Cornell University
DIVISION 19: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY AND ARMS
CONTROL
39.27
CHINA'S ECONOMIC STATECRAFT AND
SECURITY
Room: Parc 55, Powell I
Chair: Daniel W. Drezner, Tufts University
Disc:
Daniel W. Drezner, Tufts University
Papers: Measuring Key Concepts in Sanctions Research: China,
Japan, and Rare-Earths
Charles Eugene Gholz, University of Texas at Austin
Llewelyn Hughes, Australian National University
The Compellence and Deterrence of Economic Statecraft
in Chinas Near Abroad
William J. Norris, Texas A&M University

128

DAILY SCHEDULE

Great Power Engagement and the Use of Economic


Statecraft
Steven E. Lobell, University of Utah
Chinas Economic Integration Strategies in Central Asia
Vitaly Kozyrev, Endicott College
DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY
39.28
DOMESTIC POLITICS AND INTERNATIONAL
CONFLICT
Room: Hilton, Van Ness Room
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL
SECURITY
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 19: INTERNATIONAL
SECURITY AND ARMS CONTROL

Chair:
Disc:

Daniel S. Geller, Wayne State University


Amanda A. Licht, Binghamton University
Kyle Haynes, Webster University

Papers: An Opportunity for Backing Down: Elections and


Audience Costs
Kiyotaka Yasui
Ryo Nakai, Rikkyo University
Does Economic Inequality Make States More Likely to
Fight Other States?
Bruce M. Russett, yale university
David Kinsella, Portland State University
Socialization and State Behavior in Interstate Territorial
Disputes
James Lee, Princeton University
Bella Wang, Princeton University
Why Do Military Regimes Initiate More Militarized
Interstate Disputes?
Sophie Panel, Heidelberg University
DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY
39.29
GRAND STRATEGY OF GLOBAL AND
REGIONAL POWERS
Room: Nikko, Monterey II
Chair: John Schuessler, Air War College
Disc:
John Schuessler, Air War College
Christopher Darnton, Catholic University of America
Papers: Asymmetric Statecraft: Alliances, Structures, and
Regional Dominance in Asia
Yuxing Huang, Boston College
China, India, and the United States in the New Global
Order
John Echeverri-Gent, Department of Politics,
University of Virginia
April A Herlevi, University of Virginia
Immoderate Greatness: Is Restraint a Viable Strategy for
Great Powers?
Tudor Andrei Onea, National University of Singapore
Policy Evolution of Regional Hegemons in Comparative
Perspective
Steven F. Jackson, Indiana University of
Pennsylvania
Strategic Recalibration: Framework for a 21st Century
National Security Strategy
Bruce W. Jentleson, Duke University
DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES
39.30
GENOCIDE, POLITICIDE, AND GOVERNMENT
MASS KILLING
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 7
Chair: Gary Uzonyi, University of Massachusetts- Lowell

Friday, 7:30 AM to 9:00 AM

Disc:

Jack A. Goldstone, George Mason University

Papers: The Onset of Repressive Spells, 1976-2007


Christian Davenport, University of Michigan
Polarities of the Other: Battlefield Mass Slaughter in
Interstate War
Manus I. Midlarsky, Rutgers University, New
Brunswick
Opposing the Call to Kill: Responses to GovernmentSponsored Mass Killing
Taylor B. Seybolt, University of Pittsburgh
What Drives Escalation in Atrocity Violence? Evidence
from Guatemala
Scott Straus, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Rachel Schwartz, University of Wisconsin, Madison
The Divergent Logics of Genocide and Politicide: The
Duration of Mass Killing
Gary Uzonyi, University of Massachusetts- Lowell
DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES
39.31
NEW EXPLANATIONS FOR THE ONSET OF
WAR
Room: Hilton, Franciscan D
Chair: Toby J. Rider, Texas Tech University
Disc:
Daniel McCormack, University of Pennsylvania
Papers: Economic Sanctions: Compelling Concessions or a Path
to War?
Ahmer Tarar, Texas A&M University
Beyond Conventional Deterrence: A New Model of
WMD Escalation Dynamics
Kyungkook Kang, University of Central Florida
Jacek Kugler, Claremont Graduate University
Inadvertent War: A Provocation Model and the SinoIndia War of 1962
Hyun-Binn Cho, University of Pennsylvania
Peaceful Uncertainty: When Power Shocks Do Not
Create Commitment Problems
Muhammet Bas, Harvard University
Robert Schub, Harvard University
Responding to Provocations: Modeling and Testing
Strategic Conflict Avoidance
Ho Youn Koh, University of Maryland
Territory and Time in Subnational Claims for SelfDetermination
Friederike Luise Kelle
DIVISION 22: LEGISLATIVE STUDIES
39.32
INDIVIDUALS IN PARTISAN CONTEXTS
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 2
Chair: Eric Magar, Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico
Disc:
Audrey Andr, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Eric Magar, Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico

DIVISION 24: PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION


39.33
MANAGING HUMAN CAPITAL IN THE PUBLIC
SECTOR
Room: Hilton, Union Square 15
Chair: Gregory B. Lewis, Georgia State University
Disc:
Alisa Hicklin Fryar, University of Oklahoma
Papers: Explaining the Implementation of Merit System: the case
of Mexico
Claudia N. Avellaneda, Indiana University
Gender & Federal Turnover Intent: Exploring Future Job
Preference & Environments
Susannah Bruns Ali, Florida International University
The Effects of Non-competitive Hiring on US Federal
Service Quality
Gregory B. Lewis, Georgia State University
Tim Johnson, Willamette University
DIVISION 24: PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
39.34
POLITICS OF GOVERNANCE AND POLICY
IMPLEMENTATION
Room: Hilton, Union Square 5 & 6
Chair: Vicky Wilkins, American University
Disc:
Lael R. Keiser, University of Missouri, Columbia
Papers: Diffusion versus Need: The Case of State Parental
Involvement Requirements
Daniel L. Fay, Mississippi State University
Danielle N. Atkins
Vicky Wilkins, American University
Governance and the Welfare State: An Unlikely
Comparison of the US and Denmark
Evelyn Z. Brodkin, University of Chicago
Unpacking the Indian State: Bureaucratic Norms and
Policy Implementation
Akshay Mangla, Harvard University
Voices from the Frontline: Hospital Networks and
Support to the ACA
Ling Zhu, University of Houston
Service Diversity and Quality Variation in Third-Party
Regulatory Administration
David P. Carter, University of Colorado Denver
DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY
39.35
INFORMATION AND MISINFORMATION IN
POLICYMAKING
Room: Nikko, Mendocino II
Chair: Frank R. Baumgartner, University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill
Disc:
Kenneth S. Rogerson, Duke University
Krista Loose, MIT
Papers: Extreme Events and Policy Learning: How Communities
Recover, Adapt, and Learn
Deserai Anderson Crow, University of Colorado
Boulder
Elizabeth Ann Albright, Duke University

DAILY SCHEDULE

129

Daily Schedule

Papers: The Incumbency Advantage in Brazilian Elections


Scott W. Desposato, UZH and UCSD
George Avelino, FGV-SP
Ciro Biderman
Campaign Localization and Personalization Effects on
Constituency Service
Mihail Chiru, Central European University Budapest
Electoral Incentives and Individual Parliament Members'
Rights
Yael Shomer, Tel Aviv University

How is the Personality of MPs Important in Party


Dominated Political Systems?
Helene Helboe Pedersen, Department of Political
Science, Aarhus University
Strategic versus Ideological Party Switching in the
European Parliament
Simon Hix, London School of Economics
Abdul G. Noury, New York University Abu Dhabi

Friday, 7:30 AM to 9:00 AM

Congressional Bureaucracy: What Leads Legislators to


Seek Out Policy Analysis
Samuel Workman, University of Oklahoma
Jonathan Lewallen, University of Texas at Austin
Things Unspoken: The Politics of Forbidden Discourse
Brandon Yoder, National University of Singapore,
School of Public Policy
Kurt Taylor Gaubatz, Old Dominion University
Rachel A. Schutte, Hunter College - CUNY
Experts, Ideologues and the Dissemination of
Misinformation in Abortion Policy
Alesha E. Doan, University of Kansas
Carolina Costa Candal, University of Kansas
Steven M. Sylvester, The University of Kansas
DIVISION 26: LAW AND COURTS
39.36
MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE: JUDICIAL POLITICS
IN STATE SUPREME COURTS
Room: Hilton, Union Square 14
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 29: STATE POLITICS AND
POLICY

Chair:
Disc:

Michael Salamone, Washington State University


Michael Salamone, Washington State University
John J. Szmer, University of North Carolina, Charlotte

Papers: Effect of State Supreme Court Justices Interpersonal


Relationships on Rulings
Salmon A. Shomade, University of New Orleans
Expanding Regime Politics to State Supreme Courts
Richard S. Price, Weber State University
Ideological Drift on State Supreme Courts:
Institutionalism versus Saliency
David A. Hughes, University of Georgia
Influential Interests: Amicus Curiae Influence on State
High Court Opinions
Allison Trochesset, University of Georgia
Lobbying Justice(s)? Amicus Influence in State High
Court Decision Making
Jenna Becker Kane, West Chester University of
Pennsylvania
DIVISION 27: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW AND
JURISPRUDENCE
39.37
RACE, CAPITALISM, AND LAW IN AMERICAN
POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT
Room: Hilton, Union Square 25
Chair: Ken I. Kersch, Boston College
Disc:
Ken I. Kersch, Boston College
Papers: Antislavery & Capitalism in the American Political
Tradition, Revisited
Pamela Brandwein, University of Michigan, Ann
Arbor
The Crimes of Capitalism
Megan Ming Francis, University of Washington
Bankruptcy, Race, and the American Welfare State
Emily Zackin
It Takes Framing To Weaken A Statute: Obsolescence
and the Crisis of the VRA, 2006-2013
Rick Valelly, Swarthmore College
DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS
39.38
GENDER AND CONFLICT
Room: Hilton, Union Square 13
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES

Chair:

130

Laura E Sjoberg, University of Florida

DAILY SCHEDULE

Disc:

Laura E Sjoberg, University of Florida


Sara Angevine, Whittier College

Papers: Being Woman and Kurd: Double Fight Against Double


Oppression
MAYA ARAKON, SLEYMAN SAH UNIVERSITY
Female Operated Terrorist Websites: A Case for Social
Network Analysis
Victoria Elizabeth Tait
Joshua Clark
Lena Omar Saleh, Carleton University - Department
of Political Science
Gender Narratives and Media: Analyzing Women
Terrorists and Emotions
Tracy Osborn, University of Iowa
Candice D. Ortbals, Pepperdine University
Lori Poloni-Staudinger, Northern Arizona University
Jeanette Morehouse Mendez, Oklahoma State
University
Women Cant Fight: Comparing the Impacts of
Removing the Combat Exclusion
Megan MACKENZIE
Gender and Differences in Security Threat Perceptions
Susan A. Banducci, University of Exeter
Daniel Stevens, University of Exeter
DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND POLITICS
39.39
RACE, CLASS AND INEQUALITY
Room: Hilton, Franciscan C
Disc:
Paru Shah, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Papers: Axes of Inequality: the Causes of Black-Latino Political
Commonality
Mackenzie Leigh Israel-Trummel, University of
Oklahoma
Ariela Schachter, Stanford University
Democracy Divided: Race and Class in American
Politics
Zoltan L. Hajnal, University of California, San Diego
Discrimination Finds a Home: Salient Race-Related
Events and Mortgage Lending
Rakeen Sayeeda Mabud
The Effect of Immigrant Welfare Inclusion on Asian and
Latino Turnout
Meghan Condon, Loyola University, Chicago
Alexandra Filindra, University of Illinois at Chicago
DIVISION 33: RELIGION AND POLITICS
39.40
BEYOND FREEDOM AND VIOLENCE:
RELIGION, POLITICS, AND INTERPRETIVE
METHODS
Room: Hilton, Lombard Room
Chair: Elizabeth Shakman Hurd, Northwestern University
Part:
Lisa Wedeen, University of Chicago
Cecelia Lynch, University of California, Irvine
Atalia Omer, --University of Notre Dame
Brent Steele, University of Utah
Ruth Marshall, University of Toronto - Political Science/
Study of Religion
DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND ELECTORAL
SYSTEMS
39.41
POLITICAL POLARIZATION IN COMPARATIVE
PERSPECTIVE
Room: Parc 55, Powell II
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 35: POLITICAL
ORGANIZATIONS AND PARTIES

Friday, 7:30 AM to 9:00 AM

Chair:
Disc:

James Adams, University of California, Davis


Shaun Bowler, University of California, Riverside
James Adams, University of California, Davis

Papers: Economic Shocks, Perceptions of Competence, and Party


System Performance
Ernesto F. Calvo, University of Maryland
Kiyoung Chang
Timothy Hellwig, Indiana University, Bloomington
Party Policy Diffusion
Lawrence Ezrow, University of Essex
Hugh Ward, University of Essex
Measuring Party System Polarization: Strategies and
Performance
Robin E. Best, Binghamton University (SUNY)
Jay K. Dow, University of Missouri, Columbia
Electoral Proportionality and Issue Constraint in
European Elections
Nathan Rexford, University of California, Davis
Party System Polarization, Political Attitudes and
Engagement
Jeffrey A. Karp, University of Exeter
DIVISION 35: POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS AND
PARTIES
39.42
ELECTIONS AND LEGISLATIVE VOTING IN
THE UNITED STATES
Room: Hilton, Union Square 21
Chair: Erik J. Engstrom, University of California, Davis
Disc:
Erik J. Engstrom, University of California, Davis
Papers: How to Measure Partisan Gerrymandering (and ground it
in the US Constitution)
Anthony J. McGann, University of Strathclyde
Charles Anthony Smith, University of California,
Irvine
Michael Latner, California Polytechnic State
University, San Luis Obispo
Alex Keena, University of California, Irvine
Median and Supermajoritarian Pivots in Congress and
Conditional Party Government
Thomas L. Brunell, University of Texas at Dallas
Samuel Merrill, Home
Interest Group Lobbying and Congressional Committee
Agenda-Setting
Geoffrey M. Lorenz, University of Michigan
Political Career Histories and Maverick Voting in the
U.S. Senate, 1983 - 2012
Misty Knight-Rini, University of California, Irvine
Alex Keena, University of California, Irvine
The Journalists Dilemma: Asymmetric Partisan Conflict
vs. Neutrality
Justin Buchler, Case Western Reserve University

DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND VOTING BEHAVIOR


39.44
ELECTIONS AND VOTING IN COMPARATIVE
AND HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
Room: Parc 55, Fillmore
Chair: Yuki Takagi, Department of Political Science, Stanford
University
Disc:
Jeffrey W. Koch, SUNY, Geneseo
Papers: Candidate's Regional Ties and Vote Choice in the
European Parliament Election
Andr Blais, University of Montreal
Damien Bol
Jean-Francois Laslier, Paris School of Economics
Laura Stephenson, University of Western Ontario
Electoral Coalitions, The Personal Vote, and
Mobilization in Two-Round Elections
Daniel M. Smith, Harvard University
The Consequences of the Eurozone Crisis for the
Structure of Party Competition
Pablo Fernandez-Vazquez, Carlos III - Juan March
Institute
With Ballots & Bullets: Partisan Voting & Violence in
the American Civil War
Nathan P. Kalmoe, Monmouth College
Wealth, Officeholding, and Elite Ideology in Antebellum
Georgia
Jason V Poulos, University of California, Berkeley
DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION
39.45
THE CONDITIONS OF POLICY
RESPONSIVENESS
Room: Nikko, Carmel II
Chair: Stefanie Reher, University of Oxford
Disc:
Will Jennings, University of Southampton
Papers: On the Sources of Public Responsiveness to Policy
Stuart N. Soroka, University of Michigan
Christopher Wlezien, University of Texas at Austin
Diversity in Information: Public Responsiveness during
the Economic Crisis
Ann-Kristin Koelln, University of Gothenburg
Issue Characteristics and Political Responsiveness: The
Case of Germany
Lars Kai Maeder, University of Copenhagen
Anne Rasmussen, Copenhagen University & Leiden
University
Government Responsiveness in the Council of the
European Union
Sara Hagemann, London School of Economics
Sara Binzer Hobolt, London Scool of Economics
Christopher Wratil, London School of Economics
and Political Science
Contextual Determinants of Opinion-Policy Congruence
in Europe
Anne Rasmussen, Copenhagen University & Leiden
University
Stefanie Reher, University of Oxford
Dimiter Toshkov, Leiden University

DAILY SCHEDULE

131

Daily Schedule

DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND VOTING BEHAVIOR


39.43
AUTHORS MEET CRITICS: "AMERICAN
IDENTITY AND THE POLITICS OF
MULTICULTURALISM"
Room: Hilton, Union Square 16
Chair: Jane Y. Junn, University of Southern California
Part:
Jack Citrin, University of California, Berkeley
David O. Sears, University of California, Los Angeles
Ricardo Ramirez, University of Notre Dame
Peter N. Skerry, Boston College

Vincent L. Hutchings, University of Michigan, Ann


Arbor

Friday, 7:30 AM to 9:00 AM

DIVISION 38: POLITICAL COMMUNICATION


39.46
INNOVATIONS IN POLITICAL
COMMUNICATION RESEARCH, BOTH
EMPIRICAL AND NORMATIVE
Room: Parc 55, Mason
Chair: Amanda Beth Cronkhite, University of Illinois at
Urbana-Champaign
Disc:
Nicholas Beauchamp, Northeastern University
Nick Anstead, London School of Economics
Papers: Framing Citizenship: A Text Analysis Approach to
Measuring Political Culture
Carolina Johnson, University of Washington
Whats Social Media Got to Do With It? Homophily and
Perceptions of the Parties
Jeffrey A. Gottfried, Pew Research Center
Katerina Eva Matsa, Pew Research Center
Circle of Doom: How the Public Amplifies Negative
News
A. Trevor Thrall
Andrew Armstrong
An Empiricist Framework for Normative Analysis in
Political Communication
Eike Mark Rinke, University of Mannheim
DIVISION 43: INTERNATIONAL HISTORY AND POLITICS
39.47
IDEAS AND DOMESTIC POLITICS IN
AMERICAS RISE TO POWER
Room: Parc 55, Stockton
Chair: Daniel Deudney, Johns Hopkins University
Disc:
Henry R. Nau, George Washington University
Papers: Republican Empire: Partisanship and U.S. Foreign
Policy, 1866-1898
Paul Musgrave, Georgetown University
Thinking about Expansion: Ideas and Americas
Emergence as a World Power
Kyle M. Lascurettes, Lewis & Clark College
To Hop or to Hold: Island Territories and U.S.
Annexation
Richard W. Maass, University of Evansville
Recognition and Rapprochement: Americas Peaceful
Rise
Michelle Murray, Bard College
DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE METHODS
39.48
CROWDSOURCING CASE STUDIES: LESSONS
FROM THE PARTICIPEDIA PROJECT
Room: Hilton, Taylor Room
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 40: INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY AND POLITICS

Chair:
Part:

Mark E. Warren, University of British Columbia


Leonardo Avritzer, Universidade Federal de Minas
Gerais
Marjorie Correa Marona, Universidade Federal de Minas
Gerais
Sule Yaylaci, University of British Columbia
Paolo Spada, University of British Columbia

DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE METHODS


39.49
NEW DIRECTIONS IN MULTI-METHOD
RESEARCH
Room: Hilton, Union Square 22
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 8: POLITICAL
METHODOLOGY

Chair:

132

David Collier, University of California, Berkeley

DAILY SCHEDULE

Part:

Evan S. Lieberman, Massachusetts Institute of


Technology
Alan M. Jacobs, University of British Columbia
Sherry Zaks, University of California, Berkeley
David Waldner
Ron E. Hassner, University of California, Berkeley

DIVISION 52: MIGRATION AND CITIZENSHIP


39.50
NORMATIVE POLITICS OF CITIZENSHIP AND
MIGRATION
Room: Nikko, Mendocino I
Chair: Elizabeth F. Cohen, Syracuse University
Disc:
Barbara Buckinx, Princeton University
Cyril Ghosh, Wagner College
Papers: Changes to Voter Registration: an Example of Contested
Citizenship
Ana Henderson
Consequences versus Rights? A Contribution to
Migration Politics
Charlotte Fiala, Humboldt-Universitaet zu Berlin
Liberal Neutrality and Immigrant Integration
Caleb Yong, Harvard University
Including 'Outsiders': the Boundary Problem,
Emigration, and Citizenship
Ashwini Vasanthakumar, University College,
University of Oxford
Defending Family Unity as an Immigration Policy
Priority
Michael J. Sullivan, St. Mary's University
Related Groups
40.1
AMERICAN POLITICAL THOUGHT: THE CIVIC
DIMENSIONS OF AMERICAN
CONSTITUTIONALISM: AUTHOR MEETS
AUTHOR ROUNDTABLE
Room: Parc 55, Cyril Magnin III
Chair: George Thomas, Claremont McKenna College
Part:
Sotirios A. Barber, University of Notre Dame
Elizabeth Beaumont, University of California, Santa
Cruz
John E. Finn, Wesleyan University
George Thomas, Claremont McKenna College
40.2
CATO INSTITUTE: WHY ISNT THERE MORE
SCHOLARLY EVALUATION OF U.S. WARS?
Room: Parc 55, Cyril Magnin I
Chair: Christopher Preble, The Cato Institute
Part:
Stephen D. Biddle, George Washington University
Risa A. Brooks, Marquette University
Benjamin H. Friedman
Alan J. Kuperman, University of Texas, Austin
Jon R. Lindsay, University of California, San Diego
40.3
CLAREMONT INSTITUTE FOR THE STUDY OF
STATESMANSHIP AND POLITICAL
PHILOSOPHY: ROUNDTABLE: NATURAL
RIGHTS AND THE PERMISSIVE NATURAL LAW
Room: Hilton, Continental Ballroom 6
Chair: Lindsay Eberhardt, The Claremont Institute
Part:
Noah Dauber, Colgate University
Gladden J. Pappin, University of Notre Dame
Kenneth Pennington, Catholic University of America
Brian Tierney, Cornell University
40.4
COMPLEXITY AND PUBLIC POLICY GROUP:
ROUNDTABLE ON COMPLEXITY IN POLICY:
THE MISSING LINK
Room: Nikko, Monterey I

Friday, 9:30 AM to 11:00 AM

Part:

40.5
Room:
Chair:
Disc:

Liz Johnson
Michael Steven Givel, University of Oklahoma
Lucas da Silva Almeida, University of So Paulo
Laura Pereira
Robert Geyer, County South Lancaster University
ERIC VOEGELIN SOCIETY: CIVILIZATION IN
EXTREMIS: FROM COLLAPSE TO A NEW LEAP
IN BEING
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin II
Manfred Henningsen, University of Hawaii, Manoa
Klaus von Dung, University of Siegen
Ralph C. Hancock, Brigham Young University

Papers: The Disintegration of Traditional Civilizations


Manfred Henningsen, University of Hawaii, Manoa
Voegelins Understanding of the Leap in Being.
Andrew Hoffman, Independent Scholar
Hip-Hop Culture and the Primary Community of Being
Masahide Teale Kato, University of Hawaii at West
Oahu
Transcending Civilizational Collapse in a New Leap of
Being
Louis Gershon Herman, University of Hawaii
Is There a New Spiritual Axial Age?
Jerry L. Martin, University of Colorado at Boulder
40.6
FEDERALIST SOCIETY FOR LAW AND PUBLIC
POLICY STUDIES: REALISM, FORMALISM AND
EMPIRICAL STUDIES OF JUDICIAL
DECISIONMAKING ROUNDTABLE
Room: Nikko, Ballroom I
Chair: Lee Liberman Otis, The Federalist Society for Law and
Public Policy Studies
Part:
Michael A. Bailey, Georgetown University
Keith E. Whittington, Princeton University
Lawrence Solum, Georgetown University
Joshua Fischman, Northwestern University Law School
Anup Malani, University of Chicago Law School
40.7
SOCIETY OF CATHOLIC SOCIAL SCIENTISTS:
REFLECTIONS ON THE POLITICAL THOUGHT
OF FR. JAMES V. SCHALL: REASON,
REVELATION AND POLITICS ROUNDTABLE
Room: Hilton, Imperial A
Chair: Steven J. Brust, Eastern New Mexico Univeristy
Part:
Peter Augustine Lawler, Berry College
Marc Dante Guerra, Assumption College
James V. Schall, Georgetown University
Hadley Arkes, Amherst College

Friday, 8:00 AM to 9:45 AM

Explaining the Patterns of Ministerial Instability in


Presidential Democracies
Don S. Lee
Devesh Tiwari, UCSD
Listen to Rubber Stamp's Voice: Information Gathering
in Authoritarian Congress
Zeren Li, Hong Kong University of Science and
Technology
Party Representatives, Polling Stations, and Electoral
Manipulation
Sergio Jesus Ascencio Bonfil, University of Rochester
Miguel R. Rueda, Emory University
Reading Bharat; The People that Help Connect Leaders
with their Nation
Daniel Kushner, Brown University
The Primary Reason for the Primary Bonus: Evidence
from Mexico
Sergio Jesus Ascencio Bonfil, University of Rochester
DIVISION 49: CANADIAN POLITICS
41.2
POSTER SESSION: CANADIAN POLITICS
Room: Hilton, Grand Ballroom
Papers: Cultural Scenes and Contextual Effects on Political
Ideology
Diana Miller, University of Toronto
Daniel Silver
DIVISION 50: POLITICAL NETWORKS
41.3
POSTER SESSION: POLITICAL NETWORKS
Room: Hilton, Grand Ballroom
Disc:
Navid Hassanpour, Columbia University
Papers: Digame: Social networks used to coordinate vote choice
in Honduras
Douglas Alexander Hughes, University of California,
San Diego
FreedomWorks versus the Grassroots: Social Networks
in the Tea Party
Rachel Blum
How Social Media and Public Transportation Shape
Modern Social Movements
Lefteris Jason Anastasopoulos

Friday, 8:30 AM to 9:30 AM


APSA Events
42.1
APSA ETHICS COMMITTEE BUSINESS
MEETING
Room: Hilton, Executive Conf. Ctr. Marina Room
42.2
APSA INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEEE
BUSINESS MEETING
Room: Hilton, Executive Conf. Ctr. Presidio Room

Division Panels

Papers: Candidate De-selection and the Weakness of African


Legislatures
Shana Warren, New York University

Friday, 9:30 AM to 11:00 AM


Theme Panels
43.1
GLOBAL GOVERNANCE AND THE UNITED
NATIONS, 70 YEARS AFTER THE SAN
FRANCISCO CHARTER
Room: Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5
Chair: Layna Mosley, University of North Carolina, Chapel
Hill
Part:
Michael N. Barnett, George Washington University
Megan Shannon, University of Colorado
Tana Johnson, Duke University
Beth A. Simmons, Harvard University

DAILY SCHEDULE

Daily Schedule

DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING


COUNTRIES
41.1
POSTER SESSION: COMPARATIVE POLITICS
OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
Room: Hilton, Grand Ballroom
Disc:
Angel Maria Casas Gragea, Universidad Autonoma
Metropolitana

133

Friday, 9:30 AM to 11:00 AM

43.2
Room:

WOMEN IN CONFLICT PROCESSES


Hilton, Continental Parlor 2

Chair:
Disc:

Naomi Choi, University of Houston


Daniel I. O'Neill, University of Florida

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES

Chair:
Disc:

Vanessa Lefler, Middle Tennessee State University


Tavishi Bhasin, Kennesaw State University

Papers: Are Female Peacekeeping Units More Effective?


Neil Narang, University of California, Santa Barbara
Female Rebel Leadership, Conflict Termination, and
Peace Following Civil War
Cara Eugenia Jones, Mary Baldwin College
Michael Christopher Marshall, University of North
Texas
How Women End Wars: Leadership Diversity and the
Termination of Civil Conflict
Reed M. Wood, Arizona State University
Sarah Shair-Rosenfield, Arizona State University
Women Fighters: Explaining Female Participation in a
Violent Insurgency
Gnes Murat Tezcur, University of Central Florida
APSA Events
44.1
EMERGING SCHOLARS IN LATINO POLITICS
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 2
Chair: Christina Elizabeth Bejarano, University of Kansas
Disc:
Lisa Garcia Bedolla, University of California, Berkeley
Papers: Insights on State-level Immigration Policies
Alexandra Filindra, University of Illinois at Chicago
Shanna Pearson-Merkowitz, University of Rhode
Island
Partners or Rivals? Power & Latino, Black & White
Relations in the 21st Century
Betina Cutaia Wilkinson, Wake Forest University
Blood and Oil: Mexican Migrants' Views of the Pea
Nieto Administration
Adrian Felix, University of California-Santa Cruz
Impact of Protests on Latino/a Identity, Attitudes &
Participation
Sophia Jordan Wallace, Rutgers University, New
Brunswick
Acculturation Bargain: DACA and 2012 Latino
presidential candidate preference
Francisco I. Pedraza, Texas A&M University
44.2
THE PROMISES AND PITFALLS OF DART:
CRAFTING NEW SUBMISSIONS GUIDELINES
FOR THE APSR
Room: Nikko, Carmel I
Chair: John Ishiyama, University of North Texas
Part:
Colin Elman, Syracuse University
Diana Kapiszewski, Georgetown University
Arthur Lupia, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Sarah E. Parkinson, University of Minnesota
Peregrine Schwartz-Shea, University of Utah
Joe Soss, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Lisa Wedeen, University of Chicago
Division Panels
DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT AND PHILOSOPHY:
HISTORICAL APPROACHES
45.1
GENDER IN THE HISTORY OF POLITICAL
THOUGHT
Room: Hilton, Taylor Room
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF
POLITICAL THEORY

134

DAILY SCHEDULE

Papers: Rousseau on the Value of Women


Genevieve Rousseliere, The University of WisconsinMadison
Gender and the Rhetoric of Emotions in Burkes
Reflections
Megan Gallagher, University of California, Los
Angeles
Marriage as Friendship: Wollstonecraft and the
Reconception of Gender Roles
Matthew Harrison Hartman, University of Notre
Dame
Sarah Grimkes Quaker Liberalism
Lisa Pace Vetter, University of Maryland, Baltimore
County
DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT AND PHILOSOPHY:
HISTORICAL APPROACHES
45.2
ROUSSEAUS LESSER KNOWN WORKS ON
WOMEN
Room: Parc 55, Balboa
Chair: Denise Schaeffer, College of the Holy Cross
Part:
Eileen Hunt Botting, University of Notre Dame
Christopher Kelly, Boston College
Heather Pangle, Boston College
Jordan Dorney, University of Notre Dame
DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY
45.3
DIAGNOSING THE CONTEMPORARY:
CRITICAL GENEALOGIES OF THE PRESENT
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 7
Chair: Kevin Olson, University of California, Irvine
Disc:
Andrew Dilts, Loyola Marymount University
Papers: Anthropological Ratios: Heroic Ironization/Restive
Recalcitrance
Paul Rabinow
On Being Judge-able: A Genealogy of Legal Personhood
Ladelle McWhorter, University of Richmond
The Informational Person in the Politics of Information
Colin Koopman, University of Oregon
Imagined Sovereignties and Fragmentary Universalisms:
A Genealogy of the Present
Kevin Olson, University of California, Irvine
Colonialism and Terrorism: Lessons from the Algerian
War of Independence
Verena Erlenbusch, University of Memphis
DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY
45.4
REPRISING THE EARLY MODERN
Room: Hilton, Sutter Room
Chair: Jason Frank, Cornell University
Disc:
Joshua Foa Dienstag, University of California, Los
Angeles
Douglas C. Dow, University of Texas at Dallas
Papers: Sacrifice in Hobbess Leviathan: War and Military
Obligations in a Liberal State
Pinar Kemerli, Washington and Lee University
The Politics of Science Reconsidered: Descartes and
Democracy
Laura Ephraim, Williams College

Friday, 9:30 AM to 11:00 AM

Inclement Prospero: Restoration Shakespeares Lessons


Contra Schmitts Sovereign
Ted H. Miller, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa
The Automaton, Actor, and Sea Serpent: Leviathan and
the Politics of Metaphor
Rebecca Aili Ploof, University of Chicago
DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY
45.5
WARS OF RELIGION (AND SECULARISM)
Room: Hilton, Franciscan D
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL
SCIENCE

Chair:
Disc:

Anne Norton, University of Pennsylvania


Anne Norton, University of Pennsylvania

Papers: Buddhist Secularism in Thailand? Notes on


Provincializing Political Theory
Ruth Streicher, University of California at Berkeley
Reading Qutb through Contemporary Qutbians in Turkey
Dunya Cakir, National University of Singapore
Civic Peace in a Secular Age: Reconsidering
Augustinian Pluralism
Michael Lamb, University of Oxford
Whats Wrong With Militant Democracy?
Ian R. Zuckerman, Stanford University
Carlo Invernizzi Accetti
DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL THEORY
45.6
DEMOCRACY AND THE "WHITE PROBLEM"
Room: Hilton, Franciscan C
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF
POLITICAL THEORY

Chair:
Disc:

Benjamin McKean, Ohio State University


Benjamin McKean, Ohio State University

Papers: Unconscious Maintenance of White Supremacy: White


Identity & Motivated Cognition
Kathleen Cole, Metropolitan State University
Racial Innocence, Racial Rebellion, and the Politics of
Risk
Kirstine S. Taylor, University of Washington
Eric Williamss Vision of Transnational Caribbean
Identity
Anand Bertrand Commissiong, West Texas A&M
University
Who is Interrupting Whom? Politics and Aesthetics in
the Ferguson Protests
Glenn Mackin, Eastman School of Music

DIVISION 4: FORMAL POLITICAL THEORY


45.8
POLITICS OF RECRUITMENT, EXPERTISE &
PERSONNEL
Room: Hilton, Union Square 25
Chair: Soenke Ehret, New York University
Disc:
Soenke Ehret, New York University

Papers: Accuracy vs. Precision: Oversight and the Development


of Administrative Capacity
Ian R. Turner, Texas A&M University
Outside Expertise
Janna Rezaee
Politics and Personnel
John D. Huber, Columbia University
Michael M. Ting, Columbia University
Policy Innovations and Personnel in a Decentralized
Organization
Tinghua Yu, Columbia University
DIVISION 5: POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY
45.9
THE ROLE OF MOTIVATED REASONING IN
THE POLITICAL PROCESS
Room: Parc 55, Mission II
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 38: POLITICAL
COMMUNICATION

Chair:
Disc:

Milton Lodge, SUNY, Stony Brook University


Spencer Piston, Syracuse University
Lilliana Hall Mason, University of Maryland, College
Park

Papers: Competition Over the Politicization of Science on


Energy and Climate Change
Toby Bolsen, Georgia State University
James N. Druckman, Northwestern University
Motivated Reasoning in the Evaluation of Social Cues
About Politicians
David P. Redlawsk, Rutgers University, New
Brunswick
Doug Pierce, Rutgers University, New Brunswick
The Information Environment and Consistency in
Citizens Policy Opinions
Thomas J. Leeper, Aarhus Universitet
Rune Slothuus, Aarhus University
Instance-Based Learning and Political Choice
Christopher David Johnston, Duke University
Howard Lavine, University of Minnesota
Milton Lodge, SUNY, Stony Brook University
The Effect of Changing Motivations on Responses to
Incongruent Information
Eric William Groenendyk
Yanna Krupnikov, Stony Brook University
DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY
45.10
FIELD EXPERIMENTS ON LOCAL
GOVERNANCE
Room: Hilton, Lombard Room
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 51: EXPERIMENTAL
RESEARCH

Chair:
Disc:

Nahomi Ichino, University of Michigan


Claire Leslie Adida, UCSD

Papers: Nudging Good Politicians: Evidence from a Field


Experiment in the Philippines
Nico Ravanilla, University of Michigan
Fault Lines: Blame, Accountability, and Service
Provision in Uganda
Lucy E. S. Martin, UNC - Chapel Hill
The Optimal Degree of Bureaucratic Insulation:
Experimental Evidence from Uganda
Pia Raffler, Yale University

DAILY SCHEDULE

Daily Schedule

DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL THEORY


45.7
TUCKNESS AND PARRISHS THE DECLINE OF
MERCY IN PUBLIC LIFE
Room: Parc 55, Mason
Chair: Richard K. Dagger, University of Richmond
Part:
Linda Ross Meyer, Quinnipiac University
Mary Sigler
Jill E. Stauffer, Haverford College
Alex Tuckness, Iowa State University
John M. Parrish, Loyola Marymount University

Anna Bassi, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

135

Friday, 9:30 AM to 11:00 AM

DIVISION 7: POLITICS AND HISTORY


45.11
AUTHOR MEETS CRITICS: FRANCIS
FUKUYAMA'S "POLITICAL ORDER AND
POLITICAL DECAY"
Room: Hilton, Imperial B
Chair: Bo Rothstein, University of Gothenburg
Part:
Sheri Berman, Barnard College
Margaret Levi, Stanford University
Mick Moore, University of Sussex
Luigi Zingales, The Chicago University Booth School of
Business
Francis Fukuyama, Stanford University
DIVISION 7: POLITICS AND HISTORY
45.12
DAVID VOGEL'S CONTRIBUTIONS TO
POLITICAL SCIENCE
Room: Nikko, Mendocino I
Chair: Graham K. Wilson, Boston University
Part:
Peter A. Hall, Harvard University
R. Daniel Kelemen, Rutgers University, New Brunswick
David Vogel, University of California, Berkeley
Robert A. Kagan, University of California, Berkeley
David Levi-Faur, Hebrew University
DIVISION 8: POLITICAL METHODOLOGY
45.13
NEW SOURCES OF (BIG) DATA
Room: Hilton, Union Square 19 & 20
Chair: Gaurav Sood, Georgetown University
Disc:
Gaurav Sood, Georgetown University
Ryan T. Moore, American University
Papers: Recruiting Subjects for Online Surveys: Facebook versus
Mechanical Turk
Taylor C. Boas, Boston University
Dino P. Christenson, Boston University
David Glick, Boston University
Why and How to Create a Panel of Twitter Users
Julien Boyadjian, Universit de Montpellier
Marie Neihouser
Using the Internet Archive to Study Government :
Challenges and Prospects
John D. Wilkerson, University of Washington
Emily K. Gade, University of Washington
The TwoRavens Platform for Automated Statistical
Analysis and Meta-Analysis
James Honaker, Harvard University
Vito D'Orazio, University of Texas at Dallas
Gary King, Harvard University
Mortgage Discrimination in the Boston Housing Market
Kevin A. Clarke, University of Rochester
DIVISION 10: POLITICAL SCIENCE EDUCATION
45.14
TEACHING CIVIC EDUCATION, ENGAGEMENT
AND INCLUSION
Room: Hilton, Franciscan A
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 9: TEACHING AND
LEARNING IN POLITICAL SCIENCE

Chair:
Disc:

Michelle D. Deardorff, University of Tennessee at


Chattanooga
Mark E. Rush, Washington and Lee University
Sharon F. Lean

Papers: Civic Learning That Persists: Political Identity and


Engagement After College
Richard M. Battistoni, Providence College

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Teaching Womens Leadership as a Platform for


Advancing Civic Engagement
Sara Angevine, Whittier College
The National Survey of Student Leaders: Political
Socialization and Campus Life
J. Cherie Strachan, Central Michigan University
Elizabeth A. Bennion, Indiana University
Voice, Equality and Education
James Sloam, University of London, Royal Holloway
Ben Kisby, University of Lincoln
DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS
45.15
AUTHORITARIAN SUCCESSOR PARTIES AND
DEMOCRACY
Room: Hilton, Franciscan B
Chair: James Loxton, University of Sydney
Disc:
Benjamin Smith, University of Florida
Papers: The Paradoxical Fate of the Communist Successor
Parties in East Central Europe
Anna M. Grzymala-Busse, University of Michigan,
Ann Arbor
Personalistic Authoritarian Successor Parties in Latin
America
James Loxton, University of Sydney
Authoritarian Successor Parties and Democratization in
Sub-Saharan Africa
Rachel Beatty Riedl, Northwestern University
Thriving after Democratizing: Holdover Parties and
Moderate Politics in Asia
Dan Slater, University of Chicago
Joseph Wong, University of Toronto
Old Regime Parties and Democratization: Lessons from
Europes First Wave
Daniel F. Ziblatt, Harvard University
DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS
45.16
FORMAL INSTITUTIONS AND THE
CHANNELING OF DEMOCRATIC
PARTICIPATION
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 1
Chair: Gabriel L. Negretto, Centro de Investigacin y Docencia
Econmicas
Disc:
Donald L. Horowitz, Duke University
Andrew S. Reynolds, University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill
Papers: Participation, Deliberation, and Representation in
Constitution-Making Processes
Todd A. Eisenstadt, American University
Carl LeVan, American University-SIS
Tofigh Maboudi, American University
Technology: A Tool to Enhance Effective Participation
in Constitution Making?
Jason Gluck, U.S. Institute of Peace
Susan M Stigant, United States Institute of Peace
Incorporating Citizen Participation in National-Level
Decision-making
Brian Wampler, Boise State University
DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS
45.17
INCUMBENTS AND ELECTIONS IN
DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 4
Chair: Chad Patton Kiewiet de Jonge, Centro de Investigacin
y Docencia Econmicas (CIDE)

Friday, 9:30 AM to 11:00 AM

Disc:

Marko Klasnja, Georgetown University

Papers: Electoral Information and Night Lights in Authoritarian


Regimes
Fabien Cottier, University of Geneva
Incumbent Advantage, Voter Information and Vote
Buying in the Philippines
Cesi Cruz, University of British Columbia
Philip Keefer, Inter-American Development Bank
Incumbents Re-election in Russia: What Determines
Governors Runaway Victory?
Svetlana Karandashova
Elena Sirotkina, National Research University Higher
School of Economics
Multi-Office Incumbency Advantage: Political Careers in
Brazil
Leandro M. De Magalhaes, University of Bristol
With Friends Like These Who Needs Enemies: Electoral
Reverse Coattails in Brazil
German Feierherd, Yale University
DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS
45.18
THE CONSEQUENCES OF DEMOCRATIC
INSTITUTIONS REVISITED
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 5
Chair: Jonathan Krieckhaus, University of Missouri, Columbia
Disc:
Victor Lapuente, Goteburg University
Papers: Party Institutionalization and Economic Growth
John Gerring, Department of Political Science,
Boston University
Carl Henrik Knutsen
Svend-Erik Skaaning, Aarhus University
Allen D. Hicken, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Varieties of Democratic Diffusion
Michael J. Coppedge, University of Notre Dame
David Altman, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de
Chile
Lucia Tiscornia, University of Notre Dame
Megan E. Reif, University of Gothenburg
Varieties of Governance: Consequences for
Socioeconomic Development
Carl Henrik Knutsen
John Gerring, Department of Political Science,
Boston University
Svend-Erik Skaaning, Aarhus University
Jan Teorell, Lund University
Legislatures Powers and Executive Corruption
Katherine E Michel, UC Berkeley
M. Steven Fish, University of California, Berkeley
The Determinants of Human Development: Dimensions
of Democracy and Governance
Fernando Bizzarro Neto, University of Notre Dame

Papers: Economic Security, Inequality and Support for SameSex Marriage in Latin America
Michelle L. Dion, McMaster University
Jordi Diez

DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING


COUNTRIES
45.20
POLITICAL PREFERENCES AND BEHAVIOR IN
THE BRAZILIAN NATIONAL ELECTIONS
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 9
Chair: Cesar Zucco, Fundacao Getulio Vargas
Disc:
Noam Lupu, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Kenneth F. Greene, University of Texas, Austin
Papers: Petismo and Anti-Petismo in Brazils 2014 Elections
David J. Samuels, University of Minnesota, Twin
Cities
Cesar Zucco, Fundacao Getulio Vargas
The Culture Wars in Another America: Religious
Leaders and Public Opinion
Amy Erica Erica Smith, Iowa State University
Women, Men, and Political Discussion in Brazils 2014
Presidential Election
Barry Ames, University of Pittsburgh
Amy Erica Erica Smith, Iowa State University
The effect of Debates on Vote Intention in Brazilian
Presidential Elections
Lucio R. Renno
Elections and Redistribution: Revisiting the left-right
divide
Fabiana Machado, Inter-American Development
Bank
DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES
45.21
POLITICS AND VIOLENCE
Room: Hilton, Union Square 1 & 2
Chair: Navid Hassanpour, Columbia University
Disc:
Navid Hassanpour, Columbia University
Papers: Bullets to Ballots: Maoists and the Lure of Democracy
in India
Rumela Sen
Coffins and Castles: How Wartime Militia Control
Shapes Post-War Elections
Amanda Rizkallah, UCLA
Do Parties Matter for Ethnic Violence? Evidence from
India
Gareth Nellis, Yale University
Michael Weaver, Yale University
Steven Rosenzweig, Yale University

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DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING


COUNTRIES
45.19
INSECURITY: CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES
Room: Nikko, Monterey I
Chair: James A. McCann, Purdue University
Disc:
James A. McCann, Purdue University

Is Communal Organization an Effective Deterrent to


Crime and to Violence?
Vidal Romero, Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de
Mexico
Carlos A. Mendoza
Predictability, Ambiguity, Institutions and Development:
A Chinese Divergence?
Shaun Francis Goldfinch, University of the South
Pacific
Karl DeRouen, The University of Alabama
The Anonymity Paradox: Survey Behaviors In
Conditions of Acute Insecurity
Elaine Denny, UCSD
Jesse Driscoll, University of California, San Diego
Why Might Ideological Insurgents Turn to Criminal
Activities?
Asfandyar Ali Mir, University of Chicago

Friday, 9:30 AM to 11:00 AM

The Marikana Massacre in South Africa's platinum belt


Thomas Albert Koelble, University of Cape Town
Why Resistance Organizations Adopt Political Violence
Benjamin Acosta, Louisiana State University
DIVISION 13: THE POLITICS OF COMMUNIST AND
FORMER COMMUNIST COUNTRIES
45.22
LEGITIMATION IN AUTOCRACIES: THE
ENDURANCE OF COMMUNISM IN A
DEMOCRATIZING WORLD
Room: Parc 55, Hearst
Chair: A. James McAdams, University of Notre Dame
Disc:
Martin Dimitrov, Tulane University
Papers: Communist Rule in a Post-Communist World:
Ideological Rigidity and Flexibility
Alexander Dukalskis, University College Dublin
Johannes Gerschewski, Berlin Social Science Center
(WZB), Germany
Xi Jinping and the Art of Chrono-ideological
Engineering
Heike Holbig, GIGA German Institute of Global and
Area Studies
Legitimation and Soviet Socialism
Graeme Joseph Gill, University of Sydney
Authoritarianism and Inductive Research
Marie-Eve Reny, Universit de Montral
From Party to Progeny: The Roots of North Korean
Regime Resiliency
James Frederick Person, Woodrow Wilson
International Center for Scholars
Joseph Torigian, MIT
DIVISION 14: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF ADVANCED
INDUSTRIAL SOCIETIES
45.23
STRUCTURAL POWER IN POLITICAL
ECONOMY: STATES, FIRMS, AND THEORY
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 8
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL
POLITICAL ECONOMY

Chair: Rawi Abdelal, Harvard University


Papers: Structural Power as Reciprocal Dependence
Pepper D. Culpepper, European University Institute
Structural Power in Political Economy: Perspectives
from Policy in Latin America
Tasha A. Fairfield, London School of Economics
Structuring Power: Business and Authority beyond the
Nation State
Henry Farrell, George Washington University
Abraham Newman, Georgetown University
Structural Powers Empirical Footprint: Evidence and
Inference from Finance
Kevin Young, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
DIVISION 15: EUROPEAN POLITICS AND SOCIETY
45.24
LABOR MARKET INSECURITY AND PARTY
POLITICS IN THE 21ST CENTURY
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 7
Chair: Ben William Ansell, Nuffield College, University of
Oxford
Disc:
Desmond King, University of Oxford
Papers: Welfare state institutions and far right support in
European elections
Daphne Halikiopoulou, University of Reading
Timothee Vlandas, University of Reading

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Union membership and voting choice in a time of


economic insecurity
Line Rennwald, University of Amsterdam
Christoph Arndt, Department of Political Science and
Government, Aarhus University
Political Parties and Non-Standard Employment: France,
Germany, Italy, and Spain
Georg Picot, University of Bergen
Irene Menendez, Department Political Science,
University of Zrich
Labor Market Policy Conflicts and Coalitions in Five
Western European Countries
Flavia Fossati, University of Lausanne
The Politics of Labor Market Policy in Post-industrial
Democracies
Takeshi Hieda, Osaka City University
DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY
45.25
INDIVIDUAL PREFERENCES AND TRADE
POLICY
Room: Parc 55, Lombard
Chair: Edward D. Mansfield, University of Pennsylvania
Disc:
Daniel Y. Kono, University of California, Davis
Edward D. Mansfield, University of Pennsylvania
Papers: A Dynamic Theory of Mass Trade Preferences
Ryan M. Powers
Local, Organic and Fair Trade: Progressive Food
Movement & Individual Attitudes
Moonhawk Kim, University of Colorado, Boulder
Political Preferences, Leaders, and Trade Policymaking
in Democracies
Jason Kuo, University of California, San Diego
Aditya Ranganath
When Is Trade Policy Politically Salient?
Timothy W. Taylor, University of California, Davis
Daniel Y. Kono, University of California, Davis
DIVISION 17: INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION
45.26
INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS AND
DOMESTIC IPE POLICIES
Room: Parc 55, Mission I
Chair: Jennifer L Tobin, Georgetown University
Disc:
Irfan Nooruddin, Georgetown University
Jennifer L Tobin, Georgetown University
Papers: Political Contestation and Firm Behavior in Response to
WTO Disputes
Stephen Chaudoin, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign
Developing Countries, Liberalization, and Revenue: Can
IOs Make a Difference?
Ida Bastiaens, Fordham University
Nita Rudra, Georgetown University
Private Politics in World Bank Lending
Rabia Malik, University of Rochester
Randall W. Stone, University of Rochester
The International Politics of Austerity: The Case of
Public Sector Reforms
Stephanie J. Rickard, London School of Economics
Teri L. Caraway, University of Minnesota, Twin
Cities

Friday, 9:30 AM to 11:00 AM

Funding IOs: Mixed-Method Evidence of Donor


Financing Patterns
A. Burcu Bayram, University of Texas Arlington
Erin R. Graham, Drexel University
The Political Economy of Aid and Security in the New
Middle East
Erin Snider, Texas A&M University
DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
45.27
COERCION IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
Room: Hilton, Powell Room
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY

Chair:
Disc:

Kenneth A. Schultz, Stanford University


Robert J. Art, Brandeis University

Papers: Coercion Provocation and Reputation Concerns


Allan Dafoe, Yale University
Step Aside or Face the Consequences: Compellent
Threats and Removal of Leaders
Alexander B. Downes, George Washington University
Relocation Strategies: Internal Displacement as an
Instrument of Coercion
Kelly M. M. Greenhill, Tufts and Harvard
Universities
The Impact of Context on the Ability to Signal Resolve
in International Conflict
Roseanne McManus, Baruch College, CUNY
With Friends Like These: Compellent Targets,
Democratic Allies, and Concessions
Matt Koji Scroggs, University of Virginia
DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
45.28
STRATEGIES AND DYNAMICS OF
SUBNATIONAL CONFLICT
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 3
Chair: Nicholas Miller, Brown University
Disc:
Nicholas Miller, Brown University
Papers: Competitive Intervention and its Consequences for Civil
Wars
Noel Anderson
Criminals, Warlords and Statesmen: Organized Crime
and Political Order
Louis-Alexandre Berg, Harvard University
The Battle for Algeria: Explaining Fratricidal Violence
among Non-State Actors
Barak Mendelsohn, Haverford College
The Consequences of Terrorist Organizational
Fragmentation
Evan Perkoski, Harvard University
Fighting Well: Insurgent Military Effectiveness and the
First Indochina War
Alec Worsnop

DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY


45.30
ADVANCES IN FOREIGN POLICY ROLE
THEORY
Room: Nikko, Carmel II
Chair: Cameron G. Thies, Arizona State University
Part:
Stephen G. Walker
Amy M. Below, Oregon State University
Spencer L Willardson, Nazarbayev University
Thorsten Spehn, University of Colorado, Denver
DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES
45.31
BEYOND THE STATE: THE MICRO-DYNAMICS
OF AID AND CONFLICT
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 6
Chair: Burcu Savun, University of Pittsburgh
Disc:
Burcu Savun, University of Pittsburgh
David Backer
Papers: Foreign Aid and the Intensity of Violent Armed Conflict
Daniel Strandow
Michael Findley, University of Texas, Austin
Joseph K. Young, American University
Aiding War or Peace: The Micro-dynamics of Aid in
Nepal, Sudan, and DRC
Susanna Campbell, The Graduate Institute, Geneva
Michael Findley, University of Texas, Austin
From Success to Sustainability? Insights from Schools in
Afghanistan
Dana Burde, New York University
Joel A. Middleton, UC Berkeley
Cyrus Dara Samii
Effect of Foreign Aid on Implementation of Peace
Agreements
Deniz Cil, University of Maryland, College Park
Paul K. Huth, University of Maryland, College Park
DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES
45.32
DIVERSITY AND THE INTERNATIONAL
RELATIONS OF CIVIL WAR
Room: Hilton, Imperial A
Chair: Andreas Wimmer, Princeton University
Papers: Mobilizing Diasporas: Understanding When Kin Act On
Behalf of the Homeland
Stephen M. Saideman, Carleton University
Erin K. Jenne, Central European University
Kathleen Gallagher Cunningham, University of
Maryland, College Park

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DIVISION 19: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY AND ARMS


CONTROL
45.29
ASSESSING AND IMPROVING THE QUALITY
OF INTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS
Room: Parc 55, Powell I
Chair: Joshua Rovner, Southern Methodist University
Disc:
Stephen Marrin

Papers: Framing Acts, Outcomes, and Contingencies in the


Intelligence Process
William A. Boettcher, North Carolina State
University
Michael D. Cobb, North Carolina State University
Empirical Foundations for Expressing Probability in
Intelligence Analysis
Jeffrey A. Friedman, Dartmouth College
Tracking the Dragon: Evaluating Claims about U.S.
Intelligence Analysis on China
Peter L Mattis, Jamestown Foundation
IARPAs Aggregative Contingent Estimation Program
Steven Rieber, IARPA
Creation of Multidisciplinary Teams for Improving
Intelligence Analysis
Kathleen Vogel, North Carolina State University

Friday, 9:30 AM to 11:00 AM

The Dynamics of Ethnic Violence: 1998-2012


R. Karl Rethemeyer, University at Albany, SUNY
Corina Simonelli, University at Albany, SUNY
Victor Asal, University at Albany, SUNY
How Terrorism Spreads: Information, Emulation, and the
Spatial Diffusion of Ethnic and Ethnoreligious Terrorism
Sara Polo
The Diffusion of Ethnic Inclusion?
Kristian Skrede Gleditsch, University of Essex
Julian Wucherpfennig, University College London
Lars-Erik Cederman, ETH Zurich
Diaspora and Ethnic Conflict
Yossi Shain, Tel Aviv University
Sequencing Peace: Civil War Termination as a Path
Dependent Process
Benjamin Thomas Jones, The University of
Mississippi
DIVISION 23: PRESIDENTS AND EXECUTIVE POLITICS
45.33
EXECUTIVE POWERS AND PRESIDENTIAL
PREROGATIVES: UNDERSTANDING
UNILATERAL ACTIONS
Room: Hilton, Union Square 17 & 18
Chair: Carlos E. Diaz-Rosillo, Harvard
Disc:
Robert A. Cooper
David Gray Adler, Boise State University
Papers: The Legacy and Importance of Magna Carta
James P. Pfiffner, George Mason University
Enumerated Powers, Prerogative, and Federalism: A
Trifocal Conspectus
Elvin T. Lim, National University of Singapore
The President as the Roman Dictator: The Use of
Executive Orders to Set Policies
Kris Aaron Beck, Gordon State College
Presidential Unilateralism, Executive Branch
Management, and Bureaucratic Sway
Andrew C. Rudalevige, Bowdoin College
Loud Bark, Little Bite: Presidents Obamas Recent
Unilateral Directives.
Graham G. Dodds, Concordia University
DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY
45.34
ENVIRONMENTAL POLICYMAKING IN
COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE
Room: Nikko, Mendocino II
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 39: SCIENCE,
TECHNOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS

Chair:
Disc:

Katrina Kosec, IFPRI


Louise K. Comfort, University of Pittsburgh
Hongtao Yi, The Ohio State University

Papers: Fracking policy in the UK and Switzerland


Manuel Fischer, Eawag
Keep on Framing : A Comparative Study of Media
Coverage on the Shale gas Issue
Camille Dagenais, University of Montreal
Money Flows, Water Trickles: Value for Money in
Tanzania's Water Sector
Ruth Carlitz, University of California, Los Angeles
Mitigating Global Warming: Effective Policies and Their
Enabling Politics
David A. Deese, Boston College

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DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY


45.35
EXPLORING THE THEORETICAL NEXUS
BETWEEN PUBLIC POLICY AND PUBLIC
MANAGEMENT
Room: Parc 55, Fillmore
Chair: Edella C. Schlager, University of Arizona
Part:
Craig W. Thomas, University of Washington
Scott E. Robinson, University of Oklahoma
Gene A. Brewer, The University of Georgia
Michael Mintrom, Monash University
Brenda K. Bushouse, University of Massachusetts
Chris Weible, University of Colorado-Denver
Tyler A Scott, University of Washington
DIVISION 26: LAW AND COURTS
45.36
NEVER BEEN ANY REASON: MEASURING
IDEOLOGY ON THE U.S. SUPREME COURT
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 1
Chair: Jeffrey A. Segal, SUNY, Stony Brook University
Disc:
Jeffrey A. Segal, SUNY, Stony Brook University
Ryan Krog, George Washington University
Papers: A Cultural Theory of Judicial Behavior Tested on the
Rehnquist Court
Robert Reif Robinson, California State University,
Fullerton
Brendon Swedlow, Northern Illinois University
In the Court's Interest: Measuring Ideology with Amicus
Curiae Briefs
Lucia Manzi
Estimating the Ideal Points of Organized Interests in
Legal Policy Space
Thomas G. Hansford, University of California,
Merced
Measuring Jurisprudential Ideology on the U.S. Supreme
Court
Amanda Bryan, Loyola University Chicago
Scaling the Joins: Justice and Opinion Ideal Points in
Doctrine Space
Ben Johnson, Princeton University
DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS
45.37
GENDER AND EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP
Room: Hilton, Union Square 14
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 23: PRESIDENTS AND
EXECUTIVE POLITICS

Chair:
Disc:

Jennifer M. Piscopo, Occidental College


Meg Eileen Rincker, Purdue University Calumet
Jennifer M. Piscopo, Occidental College

Papers: Conservative Feminists? Feminist Policy Adoption under


Merkels Leadership.
Malliga Och, University of Denver
Gender and Political Executives: A Comparative
Analysis of Post-Communist Europe
Ingrid Bego, Hastings College
Interrogating the Substance of Women Executives
Representation of Women in SSA
Chiedo Nwankwor, University of Delaware
Where Do You Go from Here? Post-cabinet Careers of
Women and Men
Michelle M. Taylor-Robinson, Texas A&M University

Friday, 9:30 AM to 11:00 AM

The Snow Princess and Election Queen: President Park


of South Korea
Farida Jalalzai, Oklahoma State University
Young-Im Lee, University of Missouri-St.Louis
DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND POLITICS
45.38
RACE AND THE MEDIA: NEW DIRECTIONS IN
RESEARCH
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 3
Disc:
Tony E. Carey, University of North Texas
Jeronimo Cortina, University of Houston
Papers: Black Like Me: How Political Communication Changes
Racial Group Identification
Chryl Laird, Saint Louis University
New Media for the New Electorate? U.S.
Representatives' Use of Spanish in Tweets
Bryan Gervais, University of Texas at San Antonio
Walter Wilson, University of Texas, San Antonio
Spanish-language News Coverage of Congressional
Elections
Nicole Kalaf-Hughes, Bowling Green State University
Regina P. Branton, University of North Texas
Translating Partisan Cues into Spanish-Language
Political Communication
Alejandro Flores, University of Chicago
Racialized Campaigns in the States: New Questions and
New Evidence
Newly Paul, Louisiana State University
Johanna Dunaway, Louisiana State University
Paru Shah, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND VOTING BEHAVIOR
45.39
ELECTORAL RULES, VOTING, AND TURNOUT:
NEW PATHWAYS FOR RESEARCH
Room: Parc 55, Divisadero
Chair: Lorraine C. Minnite, Rutgers University-Camden
Disc:
Christopher S. Elmendorf, UC Davis
Robert S. Erikson
Papers: An Examination of the Impact of Changes to Floridas
Early Voting Statutes
M. V. Hood, University of Georgia
Explaining the Blue Shift in Election Canvassing
Charles Stewart, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology
Edward B. Foley, Ohio State University
The Dynamics of Voting Rights Implementation in a
Federal System: Case Studies on Compliance with the
National Voter Registration Act in Two States
Douglas R. Hess, Grinnell College
The Impact of State Party Traditions on the Voting
Experience
Paul S. Herrnson, University of Connecticut
Richard G. Niemi, University of Rochester
Kelly D. Patterson, Brigham Young University
Jay Goodliffe, Brigham Young University

DIVISION 39: SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND


ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS
45.41
GOVERNANCE OF NEW TECHNOLOGIES
Room: Hilton, Union Square 3 & 4
Chair: Malcolm L. Goggin, University of Colorado Denver
Disc:
J.P. Singh, George Mason University
Papers: A Republican Case for the Space Exploration Program
David Alejandro Llanos-Paez
Alan Steinberg, Rice University
Commons-based Peer Production, Open Science and
Small Data
Charles Schweik, University of Massachusetts,
Amherst
GMOs and the Defense of "Sound Science" in the
Public Sphere
Kelly Clancy
Global Governance for Nanotech? An Analysis of
Institutional Risk Factors
David Cristian Morar, George Mason University
Alexander Smith, Georgia Institute of Technology
Jonah Bea-Taylor
Partisan Politics & the Fragile Consensus on Federally
Funded Science for Policy
Ann C. Keller, University of California-Berkeley
DIVISION 40: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND
POLITICS
45.42
REGULATION AND REPRESSION: INTERNET
CONTROL IN DEMOCRACIES AND
DICTATORSHIPS
Room: Nikko, Monterey II
Chair: Kirsten L. Rodine-Hardy, Northeastern University
Disc:
Kenneth S. Rogerson, Duke University
Kevin Wagner, Florida Atlantic University

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DIVISION 38: POLITICAL COMMUNICATION


45.40
NEW APPROACHES TO THE STUDY OF SOCIAL
INFLUENCE AND COMMUNICATION
NETWORKS
Room: Hilton, Mason Room
Chair: Casey A. Klofstad, University of Miami
Disc:
David A. Siegel, Duke University
Matthew Pietryka, Florida State University

Papers: Interpersonal Disagreement, Issues, and Uncertainty


Anand Edward Sokhey, University of Colorado,
Boulder
Scott D. McClurg, Southern Illinois University,
Carbondale
The Role of Parents, Presidents, & Peers in Shaping
Young Adult Partisanship
David Lazer, Northeastern University
Michael Neblo, Ohio State University
William Minozzi, Ohio State University
Exploring the Psychophysiological Underpinnings of
Political Discussion
Jaime E. Settle, College of William & Mary
Taylor Nicole Feenstra, University of California, San
Diego
How Geographic Sorting Can Aid Voters
John Barry Ryan, Stony Brook University
The Effect of Network Structure on Public Opinion
Samara Klar
Yotam Shmargad, University of Arizona

Papers: Big Data, Privacy, and Federal Agency Accountability


Priscilla M. Regan, George Mason University
Can You Hear Me Now? How Communication
Technology Affects Protest and Repression
Darin Christensen, Stanford University
Francisco Garfias, Stanford University

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Friday, 9:30 AM to 11:00 AM

Defamation or Dirty Laundry? Clientelism and Internet


Censorship
Daniel Pemstein, North Dakota State University
Stephen August Meserve, Texas Tech University
Internet Content Regulation in Liberal Democracies: A
Comparative Analysis
Andreas Busch, University of Goettingen
The Digital Dictators Dilemma: Internet Regulation and
Political Control
Jaclyn Kerr
DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE DEMOCRATIZATION
45.43
ETHNIC POLITICS ACROSS REGIMES
Room: Hilton, Union Square 21
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND
POLITICS

Chair:
Disc:

Karen E. Ferree, University of California, San Diego


Karen E. Ferree, University of California, San Diego
Amy H. Liu, University of Texas at Austin

Papers: Autonomy in Autocracy: Explaining Ethnic Policies


under Dictatorships
Chao-yo Cheng, UCLA
Does Political Competition Increase Ethnic Voting in
Developing Countries?
Elena Gadjanova, Max Planck Institute
Institutional Incentives for Inclusive Electoral
Mobilization
Geoffrey Macdonald, Grinnell College
Party Institutionalization and Ethnic Politics in African
Election Campaigns
Charles Taylor, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Does Authoritarian Participatory Governance Facilitate
Political Domination?
Allyson L. Benton, CIDE
DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE METHODS
45.44
DATA AND METHODS IN THE COMPARATIVE
STUDY OF COURTS
Room: Hilton, Union Square 13
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 26: LAW AND COURTS

Chair:
Disc:

Raul Alberto Sanchez Urribarri, La Trobe University


Rachel A. Cichowski, University of Washington
Raul Alberto Sanchez Urribarri, La Trobe University

Papers: Judicial Autonomy, Authority: Theory & Measures in


Comparative Judicial Politics
Daniel M. Brinks, University of Texas at Austin
Abby Blass, University of Texas at Austin,
Government Dept.
De Jure and De Facto Judicial Independence
Andrea Pozas-Loyo
Julio Rios-Figueroa, CIDE
Interviewing African Judges: Fieldwork in Comparative
Judicial Politics
Rachel L Ellett, Beloit College
Building Comparative Judicial Behavior Databases
Lee Epstein, Washington University in St. Louis
Data Collection Practices to Facilitate Qualitative and
Multi-Method Research on Constitutional Courts
Thomas M. Keck, Syracuse University

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DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE METHODS


45.45
ROUNDTABLE: SHAUL SHENHAVS BOOK,
"ANALYZING SOCIAL NARRATIVES"
Room: Hilton, Van Ness Room
Co-sponsored by Interpretive Methodologies and Methods

Chair:
Part:

Myron J. Aronoff, Rutgers University


Yael Rivka Kaplan, Hebrew University
Elizabeth Ann Shanahan, Montana State University
Michael D. Jones, Oregon State University
Jennifer M. Dixon, Villanova University
Shaul Rafael Shenhav, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

DIVISION 48: HEALTH POLITICS AND HEALTH POLICY


45.46
THE POLITICS OF HEALTH CARE REFORM
Room: Hilton, Union Square 5 & 6
Chair: David M. Frankford, Rutgers University
Disc:
Mark A. Peterson, University of California, Los Angeles
Papers: Can Intersectoral Partnerships Improve Population
Health and Health Equity?
Thomas R. Oliver, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Side Effects: The Unintended Consequences of Health
Reform on Public Hospitals
Simon F. Haeder, University of Wisconsin-Madison
State Regulation of Nurse Practitioners and Physician
Assistants, 2001-2010
Edward A. Miller, University of Massachusetts,
Boston
The Future of Health Care Reform: What is Driving
Enrollment?
Timothy Herbert Callaghan, University of Minnesota
Lawrence R. Jacobs, University of Minnesota, Twin
Cities
Competition, Diversity, and the Decline of Malaria in
the United States
Micah Gell-Redman
DIVISION 49: CANADIAN POLITICS
45.47
CANADIAN PUBLIC POLICY
Room: Parc 55, Davidson
Disc:
Alexandre Couture Gagnon, The University of Texas
Rio Grande Valley
Papers: Systemic Corruption in an Advanced Welfare State
Denis Saint-Martin, University de Montreal
IR Theory and the Study of Intergovernmental Relations
in Federations
Christopher Carlos Leite, University of Ottawa
Luc Turgeon, University of Ottawa
Jennifer M. Wallner, University of Ottawa
Charter implications of Americanizing Canada's Counterterrorism Initiatives
Jamie Gillies, St. Thomas University
Amanda DiPaolo, St. Thomas University
DIVISION 51: EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH
45.48
FIELD EXPERIMENTS ON ELITES
Room: Hilton, Union Square 15
Disc:
Nicholas Weller, University of Southern California
Papers: How Do Citizens React When Politicians Support
Policies They Oppose?
Daniel M. Butler, Washington University in St. Louis

Friday, 9:30 AM to 11:00 AM

How to Elect More Women: Gender and Candidate


Success in a Field Experiment
Jessica Robinson Preece, Brigham Young University
Quin Monson, Brigham Young University
Christopher F. Karpowitz, Brigham Young University
Persuading Legislative Allies: A Theory and Field
Experiment
Christian R. Grose, University of Southern California
Sara Sadhwani, University of Southern California
Please Recuse Yourself: A Field Experiment Exploring
Judicial Recusal
Donald P. Green, Columbia University
Jonathan S. Krasno, SUNY, Binghamton University
Costas Panagopoulos, Fordham University
Michael Schwam-Baird, Columbia University
Dane Thorley
DIVISION 52: MIGRATION AND CITIZENSHIP
45.49
THE COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF
VULNERABLE MIGRANTS
Room: Hilton, Union Square 22
Chair: Mary McThomas, CSU Channel Islands
Disc:
Mary McThomas, CSU Channel Islands
Willem Maas, York University
Papers: Caught Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Where Do
Refugees Go?
Robert Thuan Brathwaite, Michigan State University
Shweta Moorthy, Northern Illinois University
Linking Domestic Politics and Asylum Policies: Turkey
and Syrian Refugees
Juliette Tolay, Penn State Harrisburg
Lives on Hold: The Effect of Asylum Policies on
Refugees Economic Integration
Jens Hainmueller, Stanford University
Dominik Hangartner, London School of Economics
Nomads and Criminals Construction of Criminality of
Roma/ Gypsy
Cristina I Dragomir
DIVISION 53: THE AFRICAN POLITICS CONFERENCE
GROUP
45.50
POLITICAL DYNAMICS OF LOCAL
GOVERNANCE IN AFRICA AND BEYOND
Room: Parc 55, Powell II
Chair: Catherine Boone, London School of Economics and
Political Science (LSE)
Disc:
Nicolas van de Walle, Cornell University
James Wunsch, Creighton University

DIVISION 54: POLITICAL EPISTEMOLOGY


45.51
IDEATIONAL TURNS IN THE FOUR
SUBDISCIPLINES
Room: Hilton, Union Square 23
Chair: Jeffrey Friedman, University of Texas, Austin
Part:
Jeffrey T. Checkel, Simon Fraser University
Vivien A. Schmidt, Boston University
Rogers M. Smith, University of Pennsylvania
DIVISION 55: CLASS & INEQUALITY
45.52
BUSINESS POWER IN AMERICAN POLITICS:
NEW EVIDENCE, MECHANISMS, AND
METHODS
Room: Hilton, Union Square 24
Chair: Jacob S. Hacker, Yale University
Disc:
Jacob S. Hacker, Yale University
Papers: Internal Influence: Money and Policymaking
Eleanor Neff Powell, University of Wisconsin Madison
The Corporate Boardroom's Revolving Door
Maxwell B. Palmer, Boston University
Benjamin Schneer
Business and Environmental Policy: Comparing
Influence in Congress and the EPA
Chase Michael Foster, Harvard University
Capturing Business Power Across the States with Text
Reuse, 1995-2013
Alexander Warren Hertel-Fernandez, Harvard
University
Konstantin D. Kashin
Related Groups
46.1
AMERICAN POLITICAL THOUGHT: THE PLACE
OF LITERATURE IN AMERICAN POLITICAL
THOUGHT ROUNDTABLE
Room: Parc 55, Cyril Magnin III
Chair: John E. Seery, Pomona College
Part:
Peter Augustine Lawler, Berry College
Joel Alden Schlosser, Bryn Mawr College
Simon A. Stow, College of William & Mary
Catherine H. Zuckert, University of Notre Dame
46.2
CLAREMONT INSTITUTE FOR THE STUDY OF
STATESMANSHIP AND POLITICAL
PHILOSOPHY: ROUNDTABLE: RECENT TERM
OF THE U.S. SUPREME COURT
Room: Hilton, Continental Ballroom 6
Chair: Ryan P. Williams, The Claremont Institute
Part:
Jesse Choper, University of California
John C. Eastman, Chapman University
Anthony A. Peacock, Utah State University
Nathaniel Persily, Stanford University
John Yoo, University of California
46.3
ERIC VOEGELIN SOCIETY: GEOPOLITICS AND
PRUDENCE
Room: Parc 55, Cyril Magnin II
Chair: Greg Russell, University of Oklahoma
Disc:
Timothy Fuller, Colorado College
Martin Palous, Florida International University

DAILY SCHEDULE

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Papers: Decentralization in Africa: Regime Origins, Institutions,


and Governance
J. Tyler Dickovick, Washington & Lee University
Does the Territorial Organization of States Affect Social
Services?
Guy Grossman, University of Pennsylvania
Jan Henryk Pierskalla, The Ohio State University
Urban Institutions and Opposition Mayors in Africas
Dominant Party Systems
Danielle Elise Resnick, International Food Policy
Research Institute
Coalition Building and Ethnic Movements for New
Administrative Units
Ryan Saylor, University of Tulsa

Devolution and Associated Changes in Political Violence


Across Kenya
Michelle D'Arcy, Trinity College Dublin
Clionadh Raleigh, Trinity College Dublin

Friday, 9:30 AM to 11:00 AM

Papers: Geopolitics And Prudence: Realism In A Twenty-First


Century World
Greg Russell, University of Oklahoma
The Formation of Prudence Within the City
Stephen Patrick Sims
Prudence, National Interest and Counter-Terrorism
Eric Andrew Fleury
Prudence Abroad in an Era of Regime Instability at
Home: Francois Guizot and the Direction of French
Foreign Policy in the 1840s
David Clinton, Baylor University
Barack Obama, Prudence and Presidential War Powers
Daniel G. Lang, Lynchburg College
46.4
NATIONAL HUMANITIES INSTITUTE: FROM
THE ABSTRACT TO THE CONCRETE:
POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY AND SOCIAL
ACTION
Room: Parc 55, Sutro
Chair: Emily Catherine Butler
Disc:
Lorraine Krall McCrary, Villanova University
Papers: The Unity of the City: The Political Realism of Platos
Republic
Michael Forrest Hickman, The University of Mary
Divorcing the Good from History: Kants Democratic
Theory of the State
Ryan Robert Holston, Virginia Military Institute
he Individualism, the State and the In-Between: Robert
Nisbets Historical Argument for the Demise of
Community and Association in the Age of the Modern
State
Luke Sheahan
Avoiding Relativism: Conditioning Thought in the
Kingdom of God
Jeffrey Polet, Hope College

Friday, 10:15 AM to 12:00 PM


Division Panels
DIVISION 22: LEGISLATIVE STUDIES
47.1
POSTER SESSION: LEGISLATIVE STUDIES
Room: Hilton, Grand Ballroom
Disc:
Laurel Harbridge, Northwestern University
Nancy Martorano Miller, University of Dayton
Vineeta Yadav, Pennsylvania State University
Papers: Charging the Committees: Budget Reconciliation
Instructions in the U.S. Senate
Molly Reynolds, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Latino Member Influence in the House of
Representatives
Lisa Pringle
The Dynamics of Congressional Rhetoric
Andrew Ojala Ballard
Joshua Yoshio Lerner, Duke University
Shahryar Minhas, Duke University
The Effect of a Polarized Congress on the Federal
Reserve
Anne C Pluta, Rowan University
Electoral Commitment and Coalition Policymaking in
Latin American Legislatures
Jason Alan Eichorst, University of Mannheim
John Polga-Hecimovich

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Reliable Service: The Legislative Behavior of Dynastic


Politicians
Christopher Boylan, Pennsylvania State University
Staffing and Professionalization, inside the
Congressional Committee System
Seulhan Lee, University of Missouri
DIVISION 23: PRESIDENTS AND EXECUTIVE POLITICS
47.2
POSTER SESSION: PRESIDENTS AND
EXECUTIVE POLITICS
Room: Hilton, Grand Ballroom
Papers: Cooperation or Conflict:When Do Presidents Get What
They Want?
Michelle Helene Belco, University of Houston
Location, Location, Location: The Oval Office &
Primetime Presidential Speeches
Wendy Whitman-Cobb, Cameron University
Presidential Policymaking at the State Level
Elizabeth Mann, University of Michigan
The Keys to the White House: Forecast for 2016
Allan J. Lichtman, American University
The Rhetoric of War: George W. Bush and the
Afghanistan and Iraq Wars
Raul Madrid, Claremont Graduate University
Jeanine Kraybill
Does Gender Still Matter? Dilma Rousseff's 2014
Presidential Campaign in Brazil
Farida Jalalzai, Oklahoma State University
Pedro G. dos Santos, Luther College
DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND ELECTORAL
SYSTEMS
47.3
POSTER SESSION: REPRESENTATION AND
ELECTORAL SYSTEMS
Room: Hilton, Grand Ballroom
DIVISION 35: POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS AND
PARTIES
47.4
POSTER SESSION: POLITICAL ORGANIZATION
AND PARTIES
Room: Hilton, Grand Ballroom
Papers: Fringe Party Recruitment Strategies at the National and
European Levels
William Thomas Daniel, Francis Marion University
Reshuffling the Pie: Local Presence and the Success of
Clientelistic Parties
Lucas Novaes, University of California, Berkeley
Political Machines, Endogenous Loyalty and the
Electoral Connection
Mona M. Lyne, University of Missouri, Kansas City
Parties as Teams: Strategic Voting and Moral Hazard in
the U.S. Senate
Jorg L Spenkuch, Kellogg School of Management
Brendan Pablo Montagnes, University of Chicago
Daniel Blyth Magleby, Binghamton University
Party Cohesion, Concentration of Votes and Party
Nationalization
Shih-Hao Huang, Michigan State University
The International Criminal Court and A Siege Mentality
among Kenyas Oligarchy
Westen K Shilaho, University of Johannesburg
DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND VOTING BEHAVIOR
47.5
POSTER SESSION: ELECTIONS AND VOTING
BEHAVIOR
Room: Hilton, Grand Ballroom

Friday, 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM

Disc:

Larry M. Bartels, Vanderbilt University


John M. Sides, George Washington University
Lynn Vavreck, University of California, Los Angeles
Gabriel S. Lenz, University of California, Berkeley

Papers: A National Look at Crossover Primary Voters


Lindsay Nielson, University of San Diego
Buying the Center: Campaign Spending and Voter
Perceptions of Candidate Ideology
David Stack, Stony Brook Univeristy
Party Guessed? Assessing Party Ownership with a
Conjoint Classification Task
Stephen N Goggin
John A. Henderson, Yale University
Alexander George Theodoridis
Persuasion Swamps Mobilization in the Jungle
Alexander James Oliver
Adam Schaeffer
Political Advertising: The Role of Persuasion in
Congressional Elections
David Mordecai Searle, University of California, San
Diego
Ripping Good Yarn: How Elites use Emotional Stories
to Shape Political Attitudes
Andrew Gooch, Yale University
The Peoples Party and Tea Party: Political Organization
and Political Strategy
Stephanie Stanley, University of Washington
Lexicographic Voting and Party Positioning Across
Multiple Elections
Todd Davies, Stanford University
Stuck in the Middle; Explaining the Empty Center
Roi Zur, UC Davis
Solidarity over Self-Interest: Perceived Co-Partisan
Preferences Affect Votes
Douglas Ahler, University of California, Berkeley
DIVISION 28: FEDERALISM AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL
RELATIONS
47.6
POSTER SESSION: FEDERALISM AND
INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS
Room: Hilton, Grand Ballroom
Papers: Decentralization and The Logic of Strategic Starvation
Jane Lawrence Sumner, Emory University
Fracking Policy and American Federalism: the Case of
New York State
Anthony D. Dell'Aera, Union College
Weighing Fiscal Versus Perceptual Costs on the Vitality
Duane D. Milne, West Chester University of
Pennsylvania
I Spend it You Collect it! Fences, Foxes and the
Political Economy of Federalism
Philipp Trein, University of Lausanne
The Dynamics of Decentralization and National Unity
Michael Gibilisco, University of Rochester

DIVISION 29: STATE POLITICS AND POLICY


47.8
POSTER POLITICS: STATE POLITICS AND
POLICY
Room: Hilton, Grand Ballroom
Papers: Electing Legislative Leaders When Newcomers Flock to
the Chamber
Marjorie Sarbaugh-Thompson, Wayne State
University
Measuring the Macro- and Micro- Competitiveness of
State Governments
Carl E. Klarner, Harvard University
Andrew Karch, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Virtual Home Style
Lynda W. Powell, University of Rochester
Ian Sulam, University of Rochester
Racial Resentment and the Tea Party: Taking Regional
Differences Seriously
M. V. Hood, University of Georgia
Quentin Kidd, Christopher Newport University
Irwin L. Morris, University of Maryland, College
Park

Friday, 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM


APSA Events
48.1
APSA ALL-MEMBER MEETING
Room: Hilton, Continental Ballroom 4

Friday, 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM


Theme Panels
49.1
ETHICS OF FIELD RESEARCH
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 2
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 8: POLITICAL
METHODOLOGY
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 51: EXPERIMENTAL
RESEARCH

Chair:
Part:

Scott W. Desposato, UZH and UCSD


Archon Fung, Harvard University
Macartan Humphreys, Columbia University
Melissa R. Michelson, Menlo College
Kenneth Sherrill, Hunter College, CUNY
Elisabeth Jean Wood, Yale University
Scott W. Desposato, UZH and UCSD
APSA Events
50.1
DIVERSITY AND ASIAN AMERICAN
COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT: PAST, PRESENT
AND FUTURE
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 8
Chair: Karthick Ramakrishnan, University of California
Riverside
Part:
Kim Geron, California State University, East Bay
Danvy Le, California State University, East Bay
Amado Uno, Asian Pacific Environmental Network
(APEN)
Thu Quach, Asian Health Services
Vincent Pan, Chinese for Affirmative Action

DAILY SCHEDULE

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DIVISION 39: SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND


ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS
47.7
POSTER SESSION: SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY
AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS
Room: Hilton, Grand Ballroom
Papers: NGOs and Participation in Voluntary Environmental
Programs
Krisztina Pusok, University of Missouri-Columbia

Environmental Change and Migration


Vally Koubi, ETH Zurich
Lena M. Schaffer, ETH Zrich
Reactors and Renewables: Legitimacy, Status and
Energy Politics in East Asia
Il Hyun Cho, Lafayette College
Violence, Crime, and Climate Change in Indonesia
Joshua C. Eastin, Portland State University

Friday, 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM

Division Panels
DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT AND PHILOSOPHY:
HISTORICAL APPROACHES
51.1
IMPERIALISM AND COLONIALISM:
TRANSNATIONAL CONNECTIONS
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 3
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF
POLITICAL THEORY
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL
THEORY

Chair:
Disc:

Margaret Kohn, University of Toronto


Margaret Kohn, University of Toronto

Papers: Colonial Governance and Rule of Law: Sierra Leone and


Law for a Lawless Place
Keally DeAnne McBride, University of San Francisco
Cacophonies of Colonialism: the Komagata Maru across
Colonial Place and Time
Rita Dhamoon, University of Victoria
Intersecting Colonialisms: Settler, Domestic and Radical
Barbara Arneil, University of British Columbia
Transcontinental Chains: Domination and Resistance in
Quobna Cugoanos Thought
Sankar Muthu, University of Chicago
DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT AND PHILOSOPHY:
HISTORICAL APPROACHES
51.2
POLITICS AND ETHICS IN NIETZSCHE'S
PHILOSOPHY
Room: Nikko, Monterey I
Disc:
Matthew Scherer, George Mason University
Papers: An Unlikely Moderate: Self-Restraint and SelfReflection in Nietzsche's Thought
Thomas Randall Meredith, University of Toronto
Between Unaccountability and Sovereignty-Nietzsche,
Politics, and Responsibility
Michael Christopher Sardo, Northwestern University
Disability in Nietzsche: A Critique of Browns
Deontological Identity Politics
Lucas G. Pinheiro, University of Chicago
Nietzschean Contest and Rancires Democracy
Paul E. Kirkland, Kenyon College
DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT AND PHILOSOPHY:
HISTORICAL APPROACHES
51.3
THE AMERICAN FOUNDING RECONSIDERED
Room: Hilton, Union Square 5 & 6
Chair: Barry Alan Shain, Colgate University
Disc:
Robert W.T. Martin, Hamilton College
Russell L. Hanson, Indiana University, Bloomington
Papers: The American Founders New Science of Politics: A
Reconsideration
Terence Ball, 602-431-9364
James Madison and the Origins of Liberal Impartiality
Reconsidered
Alan Ray Gibson, California State University, Chico
Reconsidering Virtue at the Founding in Mercy Otis
Warren's Political Thought
Tracy F. Munsil, Arizona Christian University
John Quincy Adams 1791 Letters of Publicola:
Reconsidering the Founding
Greg Weiner, Assumption College

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DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY


51.4
DIVERSE LEGACIES OF VIOLENCE: MEMORY,
RECOGNITION, AND REPARATIONS
Room: Nikko, Carmel I
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL
THEORY

Chair:
Disc:

Michaele L. Ferguson, University of Colorado, Boulder


Andrew Valls, Oregon State University

Papers: Political Memory: King Ashoka, Flawed Pasts, and


Political Wisdom
Heather N. Pool, Denison University
Strange Orders: Reparations, Repugnance, and Colonial
Memories
Vicki Hsueh, Western Washington University
Lincolns Politics of Elimination: Sovereignty,
Resistance, and Race
Steven Johnston, University of Utah
Politics of Life: Individual Suffering and Collective
Survival
Althea Rani Sircar, UCLA
DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL THEORY
51.5
DEMOCRACY'S INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL
BORDERS
Room: Parc 55, Divisadero
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 52: MIGRATION AND
CITIZENSHIP

Chair:
Disc:

Arash Abizadeh, McGill University


Michael Blake, University of Washington

Papers: Making and Breaking Political Communities: What Does


Democracy Require?
David Miller, University of Oxford
Democratic Self-determination and the States Right to
Control Immigration
Sarah Song, University of California, Berkeley
Democratic and Territorial Boundaries
Margaret Moore, Queens University
Democracy's Internal Borders
Christopher Dimitri Berk
Corruption, Representation & Campaign Finance
Ryan Pevnick
DIVISION 4: FORMAL POLITICAL THEORY
51.6
AUTHORITARIAN SYSTEMS
Room: Hilton, Imperial A
Chair: Arturas Rozenas, New York University
Disc:
Arturas Rozenas, New York University
Papers: Media, Protest Diffusion, and Authoritarian Resilience
Haifeng Huang, University of California, Merced
Serra Boranbay, University of Mannheim
Optimal Purge
Brendan Pablo Montagnes, University of Chicago
Stephane Wolton, London School of Economics
The Strategies of Authoritarian Control
Tiberiu C. Dragu, New York University
Xiaochen Fan, New York University
The Torn Revolutionaries: Overlapping Identity
Dimensions and Democratization
Akos Lada

Friday, 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM

DIVISION 5: POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY


51.7
THE POLITICAL EFFECTS OF PERSONALITY
AMONG ELITES AND THE PUBLIC
Room: Parc 55, Mission II
Papers: Party Elites and Personality: Dispositional Traits and
Political Attitudes
Gail McElroy, Trinity College, Dublin
Personality, Beliefs, and the Use of Violence in EthnoPolitical Organizations
Clayton Besaw
Jeffrey Payne
Jonathan Williams
Unexpected Combination: Personality and Ideology for
Protest Participation
Hyunjin Cha, Korea University
The Effect of Direct Democracy and Personality Traits
on Political Participation
Kathrin Ackermann, University of Bern
Personality, Issue Positions and the Susceptibility to
Media Persuasion
David Johann, University of Vienna
Kathrin Thomas, University of Vienna
DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY
51.8
RESOURCES AND DISTRIBUTION IN
DEMOCRACIES OF THE DEVELOPING WORLD
Room: Hilton, Powell Room
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE
POLITICS OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

Chair:
Disc:

Edmund J. Malesky, Duke University


Edmund J. Malesky, Duke University

Papers: Rethinking Democracy and Economic Reforms:The


Politics of Privatization in India
Varun Piplani
The Ethnic Origins of Capital Flight from Developing
Countries
Subhasish Ray, National University of Singapore
When Democracy Fails to Deliver the Goods:
Explaining the Redistribution Deficit
Michael Albertus, University of Chicago
Victor Menaldo
Resource Shocks and Local Public Goods: A Tale of
Two Districts
Sebastian Dettman
Thomas Pepinsky, Cornell University

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 9: TEACHING AND


LEARNING IN POLITICAL SCIENCE

Chair:
Disc:

Sherri L. Wallace, University of Louisville


Carol Ann Traut
William E. Hudson, Providence College

Papers: Analyzing Political Documentaries


Gary Bugh, Texas A&M University
Baby Steps: Teaching Reliability and Validity to
Undergraduates
John W. Williams, Principia College
Framed Fables: Teaching the Presidency through Art
Claudia Franziska Bruehwiler Haeusermann,
University of St.Gallen
Empowering students through the Politics of Alice
Walker
Terri R. Jett, Butler University
Sketching an Understanding of Politics through
Drawings
Sharon Mary Feeney, Dublin Institute of Technology
John W. Hogan, Dublin Institute of Technology
DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS
51.11
COMPARATIVE APPROACHES TO THE STUDY
OF ELECTORAL AND LEGISLATIVE POLITICS
Room: Hilton, Franciscan C
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 22: LEGISLATIVE STUDIES

Chair:
Disc:

Tiffany D. Barnes, University of Kentucky


Hyeok Yong Kwon, Korea University

Papers: Agenda-Setting under Authoritarian Regimes: Evidence


from China
Steven Matthew Oliver, Yale-NUS College
Party Duration: Examining the Effects of Party Duration
on Election outcomes.
Jason Thomas, Syracuse University
The Comparative Macropolity: Public Opinion & Policy
in FPTP & PR Democracies
Anthony J. McGann, University of Strathclyde
Using Joint Scaling Methods to Study Ideology and
Representation
Sebastian M. Saiegh, University of California, San
Diego
Why does Electoral Administration Fail? Comparing
Structure, Capacity, and Ethos
Pippa Pippa Norris, Harvard University
DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS
51.12
FRAUD, CLIENTELISM AND COERCION IN
ELECTIONS
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 1
Chair: Isabela Mares, Columbia University
Disc:
Nahomi Ichino, University of Michigan

Daily Schedule

DIVISION 7: POLITICS AND HISTORY


51.9
DEMOCRACY AT THE EDGE
Room: Hilton, Union Square 1 & 2
Chair: Zachary A. Callen, Allegheny College
Papers: Administering the Interior: Expansion and Consolidation
in the Early Republic
Christina McElderry
Executive Action in an Age of Congressional Power
Colin D. Moore, University of Hawaii, Manoa
Representing Indigeneity: Patterns of Iroquois Complaint
and Request, 1680-1770
Daniel P. Carpenter, Harvard University
Violence and Fraud as Strategic Substitutes in the
Reconstruction Era US South
William Terry, University of Oregon
Francisco Cantu, University of Houston

DIVISION 10: POLITICAL SCIENCE EDUCATION


51.10
TEACHING ABOUT DIVERSITIES USING
UNIQUE APPROACHES
Room: Hilton, Van Ness Room

Papers: Clientelism and Coercion: Strategies of Electoral


Mobilization in Hungary
Isabela Mares, Columbia University
Lauren E Young, Columbia University

DAILY SCHEDULE

147

Friday, 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM

Electoral Fraud and Partisan Competition in Less


Developed Democracies
Miriam A. Golden, University of California, Los
Angeles
Where Does Intimidation Work? State Repression and
Citizen Behavior in Zimbabwe
Lauren E Young, Columbia University
Labor Unions as Political Machines: The Case of the
Mexican Teachers' Union
Pablo Querubin, New York University
Horacio Alejandro Larreguy, Harvard University
DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS
51.13
LEGACIES OF REVOLUTION
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 2
Disc:
Jane Curry, Santa Clara University
Sebastian Elischer, University of Florida
Papers: Revolutionary Coalitions: Causes, Patterns,
Consequences -- Portugal, 1974-75
Tiago Fernandes, Nova University - Lisbon
Revolutionary Violence and the Prospects for
Democracy
Michael Bernhard, University of Florida
Jeffrey Kopstein, University of Toronto
The Longest Revolutionary Outcome: State and War in
France
Sidney Tarrow, Cornell University
The Durability of Third World Revolutions
Lucan A. Way, University of Toronto
Armed Conflict and Ruling Party Durability in
Authoritarian Regimes
Anne Meng, University of California, Berkeley
DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS
51.14
PUBLIC OPINION IN TIMES OF CRISIS: THE
UKRAINE-RUSSIA CONFLICT
Room: Nikko, Carmel II
Chair: Mark Beissinger, Princeton University
Disc:
Josephine T. Andrews, University of California, Davis
Papers: The Real Revolution In Ukraine: Explaining Protest And
Elections In The Regions
Henry E. Hale, George Washington University
Olga Onuch, University of Manchester
Parties and Voting in Ukraines 2014 Parliamentary
Election: Panel Data Analysis
Timothy J. Colton
Nadiya Kravets, Harvard University
Managing Democratic Elections: Survey of Election
Administrators Ukraine 2014
Erik S. Herron, West Virginia University
Nazar Boyko
Nationalism and Support for Democracy: Contrasting
Russia and Ukraine
Stephen Whitefield, University of Oxford
DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS
51.15
THE POLITICS OF PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT IN
DEVELOPING STATES
Room: Hilton, Union Square 14
Chair: Rory Truex, Princeton University
Disc:
Rory Truex, Princeton University

148

DAILY SCHEDULE

Papers: Control Over Bureaucracy under Hybrid


Authoritarianism
Noah Buckley, Columbia University
How Do Political Boundaries Shape Development?
India's Employment Guarantee
Saad Ahmad Gulzar, New York University
Benjamin Pasquale, University of Southern
California
How Does Uncertainty Affect Opposition to Economic
Reforms?
Alan Potter, New York University
Who Chooses Public Employment? Political Values and
Career Choice in Russia
Bryn Rosenfeld, Princeton University
DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES
51.16
ETHNIC POLITICS IN THE DEVELOPING
WORLD
Room: Hilton, Mason Room
Papers: Diversity and Divergence: Women and Indigenous
Peoples Representation in Peru
Christina Ewig, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Ethnic Voting: Testing the Ethnic Cues Hypothesis in
Bolivia
Anaid Flesken, University of Bristol
Globalization, Transnationalism, Migration and Chinese
National Identities
James DeShaw Rae, California State University
Sacramento
Isolation or Competition? Ethnic Electoral Geography
and Ethnic Parties
Manuel Vogt, ETH Zurich
Thomas Koblet
State Services and Identity Formation: Evidence from
Kenyas Hunger Safety Net
Brenton Peterson, University of Virginia
DIVISION 13: THE POLITICS OF COMMUNIST AND
FORMER COMMUNIST COUNTRIES
51.17
PARTICIPATION IN (POST-)AUTHORITARIAN
REGIMES: CHINA, EURASIA, EASTERN
EUROPE
Room: Parc 55, Hearst
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE
DEMOCRATIZATION

Chair:
Disc:

Katherine P. Kaup, Furman University


Ellen Carnaghan, Saint Louis University
Fengshi Wu, Nanyang Technological University

Papers: Accommodating the Green Participation: China's Local


Environmental Governance
Lili LIU, School of Oriental and African Studies,
University of London
Authoritarian.Law: Rule of Law, Legal Mobilization,
and the Internet in China
John Wagner Givens, University of Pittsburgh
Participation and Regime Legitimacy after a Colored
Revolution
Kevan William Hudson, University of Iowa
Vicki Hesli Claypool, University of Iowa
Why are Post-communist Citizens Less Politically
Active than Western Europeans?
Teodora Gaidyte
Jasper Camiel Muis

Friday, 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM

Voting in Russia, What Meaning in a Meaningless


Context?
Simeon Mitropolitski
DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY
51.18
INTERNATIONALIZATION OF THE YUAN
Room: Parc 55, Fillmore
Chair: Louis Pauly, University of Toronto
Part:
Benjamin J. Cohen, University of California, Santa
Barbara
C. Randall Henning
Gregory T. Chin, York University
Daniel McDowell, Syracuse University
Hongying Wang, University of Waterloo
DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY
51.19
WORKERS AND PRODUCERS IN THE GLOBAL
ECONOMY
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 1
Chair: Lloyd Gruber, London School of Economics
Disc:
Lloyd Gruber, London School of Economics
Noel Pereyra Johnston
Papers: IMF = I'M Fired?: IMF Program Participation and
Workers' Rights
Byungwon Woo, Oakland University
Su-Hyun Lee, Nanyang Technological University,
Singapore
Liberalizing Labor: How the New Deal Enabled
American Free Trade
Adam Dean
The Impact of Globalization on Workers: Micro-level
Evidence from Brazil
Erica Owen, Texas A&M University
Visa Regulations and Firm-Level Productivity Effects of
High-Skilled Mobility
Steven Liao, University of Virginia
Globalizing the Supply Chain: FDI, Intermediates and
Firm Support for Trade
Iain Osgood
DIVISION 17: INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION
51.20
INTERNATIONAL LEGALIZATION AND
CONSTITUTIONALIZATION
Room: Nikko, Mendocino II
Chair: Duncan Snidal, Nuffield College, Oxford
Disc:
Robert O. Keohane, Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton
University

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES

Chair:
Disc:

Andrea L. Everett, University of California-Santa Cruz


Kathryn McNabb Cochran, American University

Papers: Advancing without Attacking: Red Lines, the Non-Use


of Force and Crisis Strategy
Daniel Altman, Dickey Center, Dartmouth College
Divided Priorities: Why Allies Reject Interventions for
Reputation
Ronald R. Krebs, University of Minnesota, Twin
Cities
Jennifer Spindel, University of Minnesota
Can States Signal Their Motives? : Survey Experiments
on the Publics Attitude
Seok Joon Kim
Diplomacy Through Agents
David Lindsey, University of California, San Diego
Experimental Micofoundations of Reputations for
Resolve
Jonathan Renshon, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Keren Yarhi-Milo, Princeton University
DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
51.22
RETHINKING THE U.S. GRAND STRATEGY
DEBATE
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 9
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY

Chair:
Disc:

Michael Desch, University of Notre Dame


Andrew L. Ross, Texas A&M University

Papers: Two Logics of American Alliances


Jennifer M. Lind, Dartmouth College
Daryl G. Press, Dartmouth College
Overstretched: Why Great Powers Militarize Beyond
Their Means
Michael Beckley, Tufts University
Limited Liabilities or Suppurating Sores? Allies, Time
Horizons, and Conflict
Joshua Itzkowitz Shifrinson, Texas A&M University
Disentangling Grand Strategy
Paul C. Avey, Virginia Tech
Jonathan Markowitz, University of Southern
California
Robert J. Reardon, North Carolina State University
DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY
51.23
ELITE FOREIGN POLICY DECISION MAKING
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 4
Chair: Deborah Welch Larson, UCLA Political Science
Department
Disc:
Julia M. Macdonald
Jacquelyn Schneider

Daily Schedule

Papers: If and How Power is Legalized in International Law


Barbara Koremenos, University of Michigan, Ann
Arbor
Power-Politics and International Law
Ian F. Hurd, Northwestern University
What is Intl. Constitutionalization? Using Insights from
IL for IR Scholarship
Jeffrey L. Dunoff
Mark A. Pollack, Temple University
A Convention Theory of Global Constitutionalism
Erik Voeten, Georgetown University
Constitutionalizing World Politics
Karolina M. Milewicz, University of Oxford

DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY


51.21
CREDIBILITY, REPUTATION, AND RESOLVE
Room: Nikko, Mendocino I

Papers: Anti-China Legislation on Capital Hill: Who Voted


Yea and Who Voted Nay
Fanglu Sun, Rice University
Foreign Education of Political Leaders and Voting
Behavior in the UNGA
Shu Yu, University of Rochester

DAILY SCHEDULE

149

Friday, 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM

Military Experience and Congressional Oversight of the


Iraq War
Danielle Lupton, Colgate University
Persuasive Hawks & Foreign Policy Decision Making
Brent Strathman
Leadership Preferences in International Conflicts:
Experimental Evidence
Min Ye, Coastal Carolina University
DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES
51.24
CIVIL-MILITARY RELATIONS AS A CAUSE AND
RESULT OF CONFLICT
Room: Hilton, Franciscan D
Chair: Risa A. Brooks, Marquette University
Disc:
Risa A. Brooks, Marquette University
Jessica L. P. Weeks, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Papers: How Coups Escalate into Civil War
Erica Susanne De Bruin, Hamilton College
U.S. Military Assistance and Democratization in the
Shadow of Coups
Jonathan M. Powell, University of Central Florida
Rebecca Eileen Schiel, University of Central Florida
Civil-Military Relations and Conflict Behavior: Initial
Tests Using New Data
Caitlin Talmadge, George Washington University
Vipin Narang, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Circling the Wagons: Civil-Military Relations and
International Disputes
Blake McMahon
International Conflict and Military Political Power
Peter White, University of Maryland-College Park
DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES
51.25
INSIDE THE BLACK BOX OF WAR
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 5
Chair: Jeff Carter, University of Mississippi
Disc:
Jeff Carter, University of Mississippi
Idean Salehyan, University of Texas at Dallas
Papers: Commitment Problems and the Spread of Interstate War
Zachary Coleman Shirkey, Hunter College, CUNY
Territorial War Aim Expansion: Potential Occupiers and
Risking the Future
Karen E Farrell
Fighting over Objects that Influence Future Bargaining
and Fighting Power
Kyle Mackey, Binghamton University
Making Migrations: Population Displacement as a Tool
of Statecraft
Adam G. Lichtenheld, University of CaliforniaBerkeley
The Origins of Military Effectiveness
Robert J. Carroll, Florida State University
Ending War, but Losing Power: How Mediation Affects
Leadership Survival
Christina Kiel, Tulane University
DIVISION 22: LEGISLATIVE STUDIES
51.26
EXECUTIVE-LEGISLATIVE RELATIONS IN
LATIN AMERICA
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 3
Chair: Peter M. Siavelis, Wake Forest University
Disc:
Ernesto F. Calvo, University of Maryland
Joy Langston, CIDE

150

DAILY SCHEDULE

Papers: Legislative Process in Two Arenas: coalition bargain in


presidential systems
Mariana Batista, Federal University of Pernambuco
Magna Incio, Federal University of Minas Gerais
Line Item Vetoes and Presidential-Congressional
Relations in Brazil
Valeria Palanza, Universidad Catlica de Chile
Gisela Sin, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign
Analyzing the Meaning of Time in the Legislative
Process
Taeko Hiroi, University of Texas at El Paso
Lucio R. Renno
Congress Skips Turn Again: Agenda Obstruction &
Interbranch Bargaining in Chile
Eric Magar, Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de
Mexico
Do Coalitions Matter? Legislative success in the
Brazilian Congress
Ricardo Ceneviva, Rio de Janeiro State University
Andrea Marcondes de Freitas, Unicamp
Mauricio Yoshida Izumi, University of So Paulo
Danilo Buscatto Medeiros, University of Virginia
DIVISION 24: PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
51.27
PUBLIC MANAGEMENT AND K-12 EDUCATION
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 7
Chair: Stephen Holt, American University
Disc:
John Marvel, George Mason University
Papers: Encouraging Political Voices of Underrepresented
Citizens through Coproduction
Morten Hjortskov, Aarhus University
Simon Calmar Andersen
Morten Jakobsen
For Better or Worse? Teaching in CMO, EMO and
Stand-alone Charter Schools
Christine H. Roch, Georgia State University
Na Sai, Georgia State University
How Do External Resources Influence Teachers' Out-ofPocket Spending?
William G. Resh, University of Southern California
Race, Gender and Symbolic Representation in American
Schools
Lael R. Keiser, University of Missouri, Columbia
Donald P. Haider-Markel, University of Kansas
Rajeev Darolia, University of Missouri
Teachers Like Us: Representation, Teachers, and Public
Support
Stephen Holt, American University
DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY
51.28
POLICY DIFFUSION
Room: Hilton, Union Square 13
Chair: Graeme Boushey, University of California, Irvine
Disc:
Graeme Boushey, University of California, Irvine
Scott Lamothe, University of Oklahoma
Frederick J. Boehmke, University of Iowa
Papers: Assessing Event History Analysis (EHA) Techniques for
Studing Policy Diffusion
William D. Berry, Florida State University
Craig Volden, University of Virginia
Adam Gregory Hughes, University of Virginia
Scott Liebertz, University of South Alabama

Friday, 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM

Be Like the Cool Kids: A Spatio-Ideological Gravity


Model of Policy Diffusion
Manuel P. Teodoro, Texas A&M University
Professional Associations, Policy Diffusion, and
Program Content
Andrew Karch, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Adam Olson, University of Minnesota
The Lifecycle of an Innovative Policy: Contemplating
the Birth, Life, and Death
Samantha Mosier
DIVISION 26: LAW AND COURTS
51.29
PRIVATE IDAHO: FRAGMENTATION AND
RETRENCHMENT IN PRIVATE ENFORCEMENT
REGIMES
Room: Hilton, Taylor Room
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 27: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
AND JURISPRUDENCE

Chair:
Disc:

Jeb Barnes, University of Southern California


Sarah Staszak, Harvard University
Quinn W. Mulroy, Northwestern University

Papers: The Subterranean Counterrevolution


Sean Farhang, University of California, Berkeley
The Rights Revolution in the Age of Obama
Lynda G. Dodd, City College of New York (CUNY)
Appointing Private Enforcers: Can the Government
Create Litigation?
Paul J. Gardner, Princeton University
Dj vu All Over Again: Federal Regulation of
Education for English Learners
R. Shep Melnick
DIVISION 27: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW AND
JURISPRUDENCE
51.30
CONSTITUTIONAL CONSTRUCTION OF
RIGHTS, NEW AND OLD
Room: Hilton, Sutter Room
Disc:
Mark E. Rush, Washington and Lee University
Stephen G. Bragaw, Sweet Briar College

DIVISION 27: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW AND


JURISPRUDENCE
51.31
THE PROSPECTS FOR CONSTITUTIONAL
CHANGE AND REFORM IN THE U.S.
Room: Hilton, Franciscan A
Chair: Stephen M. Griffin, Tulane Law School
Part:
John R. Vile, Middle Tennessee State University

DIVISION 29: STATE POLITICS AND POLICY


51.32
DETERMINANTS OF LEGISLATIVE
PRODUCTIVITY IN THE AMERICAN STATES
Room: Hilton, Union Square 16
Chair: Barbara Norrander, University of Arizona
Disc:
William D. Hicks
Papers: Does Divided Government Cause Legislative Gridlock?
Justin Phillips, Columbia University
Patricia Kirkland, Columbia University
Institutions and Legislative Output in U.S. State
Assemblies
Elliott Ash, Columbia University
Policymaking: Gridlock and Change in U.S. State
Legislatures
Jesse T. Richman, Old Dominion University
Preferences, Professionalism and Powers
Mona Vakilifathi, University of California, San Diego
Stalemate in the States: Agenda Control, Veto Players
and Gridlock in the States
Jesse M. Crosson
DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS
51.33
GENDER, EMPOWERMENT, AND POLITICAL
ECONOMY
Room: Hilton, Union Square 17 & 18
Chair: Adryan Wallace, University of Hartford
Disc:
Adryan Wallace, University of Hartford
Amy C. Alexander, Quality of Government Institute,
University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Papers: Funding Empowerment: Private and Government Aid to
Gender Equality Initiatives
Jill A. Irvine, University of Oklahoma
Patrice McMahon, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
How Does the Rise of the BRICs Affect Global Gender
Norms?
Melinda J Adams, James Madison University
Microfinance: A Vehicle for Women's Empowerment
and Political Participation
Lindsey Richardson, University of Colorado at
Boulder
Turning Away from the State? Market Feminism,
Expertise and Feminist success
Season Hoard, Washington State University
DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND POLITICS
51.34
PARTISANSHIP AND CITIZENSHIP AMONG
RACIAL AND ETHNIC MINORITY VOTERS
Room: Hilton, Franciscan B
Chair: Bernard L. Fraga, Indiana University
Disc:
Bernard L. Fraga, Indiana University

Daily Schedule

Papers: Civil Legal Aid as a Basic Human Right


Christopher P. Banks, Kent State University
Lisa Hager, Kent State University
Elsa Barletta Gonzalez, Kent State University
Situating Groups in American Constitutional
Development
Stuart L Chinn, University of Oregon
Social Constructions and Individual Rights in Windsor
(2013) and Sebelius (2012)
Ronald Kahn, Oberlin College
The Hollow Hope of Habeas: Impact of Supreme Court
Decisions on GITMO Detainees
Stuart Streichler, University of Washington
The Human Right to Legal Identity: The Regulation of
Personal Names
Alison Dundes Renteln, University of Southern
California

Sanford Levinson, University of Texas, Austin


Richard L. Hasen, UC Irvine School of Law
Melissa A. Schwartzberg, New York University

Papers: Policy Feedback and Cross-State Variation in Latino


American Partisanship
Matthew L. Jacobsmeier, West Virginia Univerity
Political Effects of Having Undocumented Parents
Chris Zepeda-Millan
Michael A. Jones-Correa, Cornell University
Alex Street, Carroll College

DAILY SCHEDULE

151

Friday, 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM

The Contours of Contemporary Black Republicanism


Andra Gillespie, Emory University
Niambi M. Carter, Temple University
Tyson D. King-Meadows, University of Maryland,
Baltimore County
Shayla C. Nunnally, University of Connecticut
Which Group Consciousness? Examining Identity and
Political Incorproration
Cory Charles Gooding, Bowdoin College
DIVISION 33: RELIGION AND POLITICS
51.35
RELIGION AND REGIMES IN DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES
Room: Hilton, Lombard Room
Chair: Frances Hagopian, Harvard University
Disc:
Frances Hagopian, Harvard University
Papers: The Catholic Church and Democratization in the
Philippines
Erik Martinez Kuhonta, McGill University
Religious Politics, Party Systems, and Regimes in SubSaharan Africa
Rachel Beatty Riedl, Northwestern University
Perverse Outcomes Through Strategic Interaction in
Indonesias Democracy
Eunsook Jung, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Religious Freedom Between Democracy and
Dictatorship
Karrie J. Koesel, University of Oregon
Ani Sarkissian, Michigan State University
DIVISION 35: POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS AND
PARTIES
51.36
PARTY POLICY POSITIONING AND CAMPAIGN
STRATEGIES
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 6
Chair: Lawrence Ezrow, University of Essex
Disc:
Lawrence Ezrow, University of Essex
Papers: Balancing the Competition? Niche Parties vs. Major
Parties Campaigning Online
Javier Lorenzo Rodrguez, Universidad Carlos III de
Madrid
Do Perceptions Matter? Party Programmatic Clarity and
Voter Perceptions
Onawa Promise Lacewell, Social Science Research
Center, Berlin
Aiko Wagner
Party Constrained Responsiveness to Citizen-Initiated
Contacts
Elin Naurin, Univeristy of Gothenburg
Patrik Ohberg
The Effects of Election News Coverage on Voter
Perception of Party Policy Shifts
Nicolas Merz, WZB Berlin Social Science Center
DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION
51.37
PERSPECTIVES ON ASSESSMENTS OF
DEMOCRACY
Room: Nikko, Monterey II
Chair: Caroline J. Tolbert, University of Iowa
Disc:
Rodolfo Sarsfield, Autonomous University of Queretaro
Caroline J. Tolbert, University of Iowa

152

DAILY SCHEDULE

Papers: Critical or Disaffected? Assessing Citizens Support for


Democracy
Lea Heyne, NCCR Democracy
How Do Citizens Conceptualize Democracy? A Pilot
Study
Stephen K. Medvic, Franklin & Marshall College
Minding the Gap between Expectations and Perceptions
of Democracy
Todd Donovan, Western Washington University
Jeffrey A. Karp, University of Exeter
Winner-loser Status between Elections and Satisfaction
with Democracy
Wen-Chin Wu, Academia Sinica
Targeted Government Transfers and Democratic
Attitudes
Gregory Schober, Duke University
DIVISION 38: POLITICAL COMMUNICATION
51.38
HOW THE MEDIA PORTRAY POLITICAL
ISSUES AND WHY IT MATTERS
Room: Hilton, Union Square 3 & 4
Chair: Markus Prior, Princeton University
Disc:
Markus Prior, Princeton University
Ryan D. Enos, Harvard University
Papers: How Emotional Triggers in News Coverage affect
Public Opinion
Scott Clifford, University of Houston
Jennifer Jerit, Stony Brook University
Dane G. Wendell
The Causal Effect of Media Coverage of the Economy
on Presidential Approval
Amber Ellen Boydstun, University of California,
Davis
Ben Highton, University of California, Davis
Suzanna Linn, Pennsylvania State University
Why Media Coverage of Income Inequality Makes
People Less Concerned about It
Yanna Krupnikov, Stony Brook University
Adam Seth Levine, Cornell University
Fiscal Frames: How Political Arguments Affect
Opinions about Fiscal Policies
John M. Sides, George Washington University
Does Media Selectivity Help Campaigns Find
Persuadable Voters?
Kevin Arceneaux, Temple University
Martin Johnson, Louisiana State University
DIVISION 39: SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND
ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS
51.39
NON-STATE ACTORS IN ENVIRONMENTAL
POLITICS
Room: Hilton, Union Square 19 & 20
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY

Chair:
Disc:

Joshua Busby, University of Texas, Austin


Joshua Busby, University of Texas, Austin

Papers: Imagining the Ocean: Changing Global Norms About


How the Ocean Absorbs CO2
Kemi Fuentes-George, Middlebury College
Framing Effects and Mobilization Along the Marcellus
Shale
Elizabeth Plantan, Cornell University

Friday, 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM

Learning the TENGO: Transnational NGOs in


Environmental Politics
Gregory Thaler, Cornell University
Targeting Big Polluters: Understanding Activism against
the Fossil Fuel Industry
Johannes Urpelainen, Columbia University
Andrew Sungmin Cheon, Johns Hopkins University
Tools for Transparency? Institutional Barriers to
Effective Civic Technology
Rebecca Rumbul, mySociety
DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL SCIENCE
51.40
ISRAEL AND PALESTINE: ALTERNATIVE
PERSPECTIVES ON STATEHOOD
Room: Hilton, Union Square 25
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE
POLITICS
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY
Co-sponsored by Conference Group on the Middle East

Chair:
Part:

John Ehrenberg, Long Island University, Brooklyn


Jeffry A. Frieden, Harvard University
Stephen Eric Bronner, -universityAlberto Spektorowski, Tel Aviv University
Leila Farsakh, --University of Massachusetts Boston

DIVISION 43: INTERNATIONAL HISTORY AND POLITICS


51.41
CHINA AND ASIA, PAST AND PRESENT
Room: Parc 55, Mission I
Chair: Brantly Womack, University of Virginia
Disc:
Hyon Joo Yoo, Trinity University

The Seen and the Unseen: Secrecy, Deception, and the


Conduct of Intervention
Michael Poznansky, Harvard Kennedy School
The Security Effects of Enemy Collusion When Secrecy
Takes Two
Shawn L. Ramirez, Emory University
DIVISION 45: HUMAN RIGHTS
51.43
ON HUMAN DIGNITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS
Room: Hilton, Union Square 15
Chair: Carol C. Gould, City University of New York
Disc:
Nick Bromell, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Papers: Dignity as a Gathering
Nick Bromell, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Dignity: Political not Metaphysical
Michael Goodhart, University of Pittsburgh
Refiguring Dignity as Relational and Embodied
Carol C. Gould, City University of New York
Human Dignity, Intergenerational Justice, and the
Promise of Human Rights
Richard P. Hiskes, Grand Valley State University
The Gender of Dignity
Karen Zivi, Grand Valley State University
DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE METHODS
51.44
ETHNOGRAPHY, INTERPRETATION, AND THE
STUDY OF IDENTITY POLITICS
Room: Hilton, Union Square 22
Co-sponsored by Interpretive Methodologies and Methods

Papers: Carrots and Sticks: The Domestic Political Determinants


of American Strategy toward China
Jungkun Seo, Kyung Hee University
Peter Trubowitz, London School of Economics
Great Power Politics and Postwar Regional Security
Architectures
Ji Hye Shin, University of Notre Dame
Internationalization and Hegemonic Authority: Korea
under Chinese Hegemony
In Young Min, University of Southern California
Realism Revisited: Why Tributary System Matters in
Chinas Wars against Koguryo
Christina Jun-Yao Lai, Georgetown University
Status Insecurity and Temporality in World Politics
Joshua Meir Freedman, Northwestern University
DIVISION 43: INTERNATIONAL HISTORY AND POLITICS
51.42
SECRECY IN INTERNATIONAL POLITICS
Room: Hilton, Union Square 24
Chair: Dan Reiter, Emory University
Disc:
Joshua Rovner, Southern Methodist University

Chair:
Disc:

Joel R. Campbell, Troy University


Khalid Madhi, The University of Illinois at Chicago

Papers: 'Visualizing' Democracy:mapping identity and


subjectivity in India
Sruthi Muraleedharan, SOAS, Department of Politics
and international Studies
Resurgence of Identity Politics in the UK? Ethnographic
Evidence from 2010-2014
Victor M Olivieri, University of Florida
Social Justice Activism among Asian Pacific Americans
in Two Cities
Nicole Filler, University of California, Santa Barbara
Veterans' Narratives of Being a Man in the Militarys
Community of Practice
Jon Ross
DIVISION 47: SEXUALITY AND POLITICS
51.45
LGBT POLICY AND POLITICS-COMPARATIVE
AND INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES
Room: Parc 55, Powell I
Co-sponsored by Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender
Caucus

Chair:
Disc:

Charles W. Gossett
Nina Simeonova Barzachka, Gettysburg College

Papers: The Impact of Marriage Equality on the LGBTQ


Movement
Helma G. E. de Vries-Jordan, University of
Pittsburgh, Bradford
When the Best are the Worst: Implementing LGBT
Rights in the EU
Scott Nicholas Siegel, San Francisco State University

DAILY SCHEDULE

153

Daily Schedule

Papers: Secrets in the Secretariat: Intelligence Disclosures and


Power in IOs
Allison Carnegie, Columbia University
Austin Carson, University of Chicago
Extraordinary Rendition Flight Paths and Oversight of
National Security Policy
Michael P. Colaresi, Michigan State University
Lora DiBlasi, Michigan State University
Why Do States Launch Regime Changes? U.S.-backed
Regime Change in the Cold War
Lindsey O'Rourke, Boston College

Friday, 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM

"Keep your Gay England: Examining Zimbabwes


Response to LGBT Advocacy
Erin Aylward
Framing LGBT Politics in Turkey
Bihter Tomen, southern illinois university
Same-Sex Marriage in Korea? Hurdles and Opportunities
Youngshik Daniel Bong, Asan Institute for Policy
Studies
Jiyoon Kim, The Asan Institute for Policy Studies
DIVISION 49: CANADIAN POLITICS
51.46
CANADIAN LOCAL, PROVINCIAL AND
FEDERAL ELECTIONS
Room: Parc 55, Mason
Chair: Shelley Boulianne, MacEwan University
Disc:
William J. Crotty, Northeastern University
Papers: The Gender Gap in Local Politics. Electing More
Women in a Non-partisan Context
Karen Bird, McMaster University
Samantha Jackson
Portrait of Municipal Voter Turnout in Canadian
Municipalities
Sandra BREUX
Jrme Couture, Universit Laval
Royce Koop, University of Manitoba
Heterogeneity in Voting Behavior
Maxime Hroux-Legault
To Fight Another Battle: The Impact of Electoral Laws
on Marginal Candidates
Charles Tessier, Universit Laval
Marc A. Bodet, Universite Laval
DIVISION 51: EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH
51.47
EXPERIMENTS IN POLITICAL ECONOMY
Room: Parc 55, Powell II
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY

Disc:

Jonathan Woon, University of Pittsburgh

Papers: Elections and Embezzlement: An Experiment in 118


Municipalities in Burkina Faso
Malte Lierl
Isolating the Causal Effect of Legitimacy: An
Experimental Approach
Gregory Huber, Yale University
Sanford C. Gordon, New York University
Eric Dickson, New York University
Property Rights and Trust
Daniel Rubenson, Ryerson University
Peter John Loewen
The Federal Democracy in the Laboratory
Rodolpho Bernabel, New York University
DIVISION 52: MIGRATION AND CITIZENSHIP
51.48
THE POLITICAL SOURCES OF SOLIDARITY IN
DIVERSE SOCIETIES
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 7
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 14: COMPARATIVE
POLITICS OF ADVANCED INDUSTRIAL SOCIETIES

Chair:
Disc:

Keith Gordon Banting, Queen's University


Sheri Berman, Barnard College
Elizabeth Theiss-Morse, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Papers: Strains of Commitment: Solidarity in Diverse Societies


Keith Gordon Banting, Queen's University
Will Kymlicka, Queens University

154

DAILY SCHEDULE

The Political Sources of Solidarity


Peter A. Hall, Harvard University
Diversity and Solidarity: New Evidence from Canada
and the US
Richard G.C. Johnston, University of British
Columbia
Matthew Wright, American University
Stuart N. Soroka, University of Michigan
Jack Citrin, University of California, Berkeley
Solidarity, Diversity and the Quality of Government
Bo Rothstein, University of Gothenburg
Solidarity and Conflict: Citizenship, Integration and
Multiculturalism Policies
Irene Bloemraad, University of California, Berkeley
DIVISION 53: THE AFRICAN POLITICS CONFERENCE
GROUP
51.49
PARTY MOBILIZATION AND ELECTION
CAMPAIGNS IN AFRICA
Room: Parc 55, Balboa
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE
DEMOCRATIZATION

Chair:
Disc:

Catherine Boone, London School of Economics and


Political Science (LSE)
Amanda Pinkston

Papers: Captured Countryside? Sub-national Support for African


Incumbent Parties
Catherine Boone, London School of Economics and
Political Science (LSE)
Mobilization and Persuasion: Evidence of Diverse
Campaign Strategies
Sarah Brierley, UCLA
How Campaigns Matter in Divided Societies: Theory
and Evidence from Kenya
Jeremy Horowitz, Dartmouth College
The Role of Local Councillors in Electoral Mobilization
in Zambia
Daniel Paget, University of Oxford
Opposition Candidacy and Campaigns in Electoral
Authoritarian Regimes
Keith R. Weghorst, Vanderbilt University
Related Groups
52.1
CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF THE
CONSTITUTION: TAKINGS AND THE
AMERICAN REGIME: REEXAMINING KELO V.
NEW LONDON
Room: Hilton, Imperial B
Chair: Guy Fred Burnett, Hampden-Sydney College
Disc:
Scott Bullock, Institute for Justice
Wesley Horton, Horton, Shields & Knox, P.C.
Papers: The Impact of the Kelo Decision
Ilya Somin, George Mason University
The Uselessness of the Public Use Requirement
Abraham Bell, Bar Ilan University
Kelo v. New London
John C. Eastman, Chapman University
52.2
CLAREMONT INSTITUTE FOR THE STUDY OF
STATESMANSHIP AND POLITICAL
PHILOSOPHY: ROUNDTABLE: RECENT WORKS
ON LEO STRAUSS
Room: Hilton, Continental Ballroom 6
Chair: David Oliver Davies, University of Dallas

Friday, 2:00 PM to 3:45 PM

Part:

52.3
Room:
Chair:
Disc:

Grant Neil Havers, Trinity Western University


Robert Howse, New York University
Michael S. Kochin, Tel Aviv University
Richard L. Velkley, Tulane University
Michael P. Zuckert, University of Notre Dame
ERIC VOEGELIN SOCIETY: PHILOSOPHICAL
ANTHROPOLOGY AND AUTHENTICITY
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin II
David J. Walsh, Catholic University of America
Michael Forrest Hickman, The University of Mary
Eduardo Schmidt Passos, The Catholic University of
America

Papers: Immanuel Kant and Eric Voegelin on the Immortality of


the Soul
Steven McGuire
The Dignity of Human Personality: Martin Luther King,
Jr. on Human Nature
Sarah Beth Vosburg Kitch, Louisiana State
University
Under the Primacy of the Practical: Habermas's
Communicative Rationality and Rawlsian
Reasonableness in Light of Kant's Practical Reason
Gustavo A. Santos, Oficina Municipal
Moral Debt: Liberty and What We Live Within
James Greenaway, St. Mary's University
Totalitarian Elements in Environmentalism
Amanda Nicole Marilyn Achtman
52.4
IPSA RESEARCH COMMITTEE #12 (BIOLOGY
AND POLITICS): CURRENT RESEARCH IN
BIOLOGY AND POLITICS
Room: Hilton, Union Square 21
Chair: Michael Latner, California Polytechnic State University,
San Luis Obispo
Duane D. Milne, West Chester University of
Pennsylvania
Disc:
Laurette T. Liesen, Lewis University
Papers: The Biopolitical Philosophy of Smithian Liberalism
Larry Arnhart
Tea Party Logic and an Anarchists Evolutionary Theory
William Dibrell, Alfred University
What Medical Ethics have to Offer Both Moral and
Political Philosophy
James H. Rutherford
The Evolution of Constitutional Democracy
Michael Latner, California Polytechnic State
University, San Luis Obispo
Biology and Politics: A Perspective
Steven A. Peterson, Pennsylvania State University,
Harrisburg
Albert Somit

Friday, 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM

Friday, 1:15 PM to 2:15 PM


APSA Events
55.1
FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY
SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
Room: Hilton, Union Square 17 & 18
55.2
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND POLITICS
SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
Room: Hilton, Union Square 21
55.3
INTERNATIONAL HISTORY AND POLITICS
SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
Room: Hilton, Union Square 13
55.4
JOURNAL OF CONFLICT RESOLUTION BOARD
MEETING
Room: Hilton, Executive Conf. Ctr. Seacliff Room
55.5
LGBT CAUCUS BUSINESS MEETING
Room: Parc 55, Balboa
55.6
NEW POLITICAL SCIENCE EDITORIAL BOARD
MEETING
Room: Parc 55, Sutro
55.7
POLITICAL EPISTEMOLOGY SECTION
BUSINESS MEETING
Room: Hilton, Lombard Room
55.8
POLITICAL RESEARCH QUARTERLY
EDITORIAL BOARD LUNCHEON
Room: Parc 55, Lombard
55.9
POLITICS & POLICY EDITORIAL BOARD
MEETING
Room: Hilton, Union Square 15
55.10
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION SECTION BUSINESS
MEETING
Room: Hilton, Sutter Room
55.11
PUBLIC POLICY SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
Room: Parc 55, Cyril Magnin II
55.12
RBSI WORKING GROUP COMMITTEE
MEETING
Room: Hilton, Executive Conf. Ctr. Marina Room
55.13
RELATED GROUPS (ALL) MEETING
Room: Nikko, Ballroom III
55.14
REPRESENTATION AND ELECTORAL SYSTEMS
SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
Room: Hilton, Green Room
55.15
SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND
EVIRONMENTAL POLITICS SECTION BUSINESS
MEETING
Room: Hilton, Union Square 14
55.16
SOUTHWESTERN POLITICAL SCIENCE
ASSOCIATION BUSINESS MEETING
Room: Hilton, Union Square 16
55.17
THEORY & EVENT JOURNAL BUSINESS
MEETING
Room: Hilton, Executive Conf. Ctr. Presidio Room

Friday, 2:00 PM to 3:45 PM


Division Panels

Friday, 12:30 PM to 2:30 PM


APSA Events
54.1
DEPARTMENT CHAIRS' LUNCHEON
Room: Parc 55, Cyril Magnin III

DIVISION 5: POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY


56.1
POSTER SESSION: POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY
Room: Hilton, Grand Ballroom
Papers: Don't Know What You Got: Neuroticism and
Ideological Uncertainty
Jonathan David Klingler, Toulouse School of
Economics
Gary E. Hollibaugh, University of Notre Dame
Adam Ramey, New York University-Abu Dhabi

DAILY SCHEDULE

Daily Schedule

APSA Events
53.1
PERSPECTIVES ON POLITICS EDITORIAL
BOARD MEETING LUNCH
Room: Hilton, Vista

155

Friday, 2:00 PM to 3:45 PM

Downstream Consequences of Partisan Bias in Factual


Information Processing
Kabir Khanna, Princeton University
Insecurity, Affect Appraisal, and Economic Voting
Christoph Giang Nguyen, Northwestern University
Meet Me Halfway: How Voters Narrow Policy Gaps
between Themselves and Candidates
Benjamin Kantack, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign
Psychological Appeals in Terrorist Recruitment:
Examining White Supremacists
Pip Marie Sherwood, Washington State University
Rationalizing Conflict: The Role of Accountability in
Ideological Decisionmaking
Carly Nicole Wayne
Eran Halperin, Interdisciplinary Center
The Justification for the Use of Force & Public Support
for War over Time
Erin Elizabeth Hurley
Valuing Politics: Personal Values Influence on
Citizenship Norms and Engagement
Joshua Robison, Aarhus University, Department of
Political Science
We Can Work It Out: Measuring Individuals
Willingness to Compromise
Emily Sydnor, Southwestern University
DIVISION 8: POLITICAL METHODOLOGY
56.2
POSTER SESSION: POLITICAL METHODOLOGY
Room: Hilton, Grand Ballroom
Disc:
Marc T. Ratkovic, Princeton University
Jonathan Kropko
Papers: The Partial Observability Logit: A Two-Sided Model of
Multilateral Negotiations
Marius Radean, University of Essex
The Limits of Causal Inference
Tess Wise, Harvard University
Policy Preferences, Political Knowledge and Voting
Behavior
Melis Glboy Laebens
Deniz Selman, Bogazici University
A Spatial Statistical Analysis of Renewable Power in the
Western US
Nicholas Cain, Claremont Graduate University
What Can Discourse Analysis Contribute to the Studies
of Women's Political Representation?
Christina Alnevall, Stockholm University
A Co-Authorship Network of Political Science
Thomas Metz
DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE METHODS
56.3
POSTER SESSION: QUALITATIVE METHODS
Room: Hilton, Grand Ballroom
Papers: Employing cognitive mapping to measure political brand
equity in Ireland
John W. Hogan, Dublin Institute of Technology
Opening up Bodies for Harvest: Embodiment and Global
Capitalism
Florentina C. Andreescu, University of North
Carolina Wilmington
Power Rivalries and Patronage Politics
Dalton Lin, Princeton University

156

DAILY SCHEDULE

Time and the Comparative Analysis of Critical Junctures


Graham Odell
Unconventional Methods for Novices: New, Powerful,
and Simple Perspectives
Steve Wallis, Capella University; Meaningful
Evidence, LLC
What Actually Affects the Evolution of Somali Piracy?
Keunsoo Jeong
Namho Kwon, Heinz college (Carnegie Mellon
University)
Quantitative Methods in Critical and Constructivist IR
Theory
J. Samuel Barkin, University of Massachusetts
Boston
Laura E Sjoberg, University of Florida
Between Ideas, Interests and Institutions toward
Decentralisation in East Asia
Eunkyung Shin, University of York
Different Faces of Islamism and Collective Mobilization
in the Muslim World
Dilshod Achilov, East Tennessee State University
DIVISION 9: TEACHING AND LEARNING IN POLITICAL
SCIENCE
56.4
POSTER SESSION: TEACHING AND LEARNING
IN POLITICAL SCIENCE
Room: Hilton, Grand Ballroom
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 10: POLITICAL SCIENCE
EDUCATION

Disc:

Anthony Caito, Corban University

Papers: Assessing Diverse Teaching Tools: Do Project


Pedagogies Make a Difference?
James Simeone, Illinois Wesleyan University
Greg M. Shaw, Illinois Wesleyan University
Current Affairs: Using Twitter to Facilitate Class
Discussion Online
Allison Clark Pingley, University of South Carolina,
Upstate
The Democracy & Leadership Lab: Experiential
Learning for Information Literacy
Peter A. Ferguson, University of Western Ontario
DIVISION 10: POLITICAL SCIENCE EDUCATION
56.5
POSTER SESSION: POLITICAL SCIENCE
EDUCATION
Room: Hilton, Grand Ballroom
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 9: TEACHING AND
LEARNING IN POLITICAL SCIENCE

Papers: Assessing Diversity Education in the Classroom Through


Experience Sampling
Andrew Levin, Harper College
Experiential Learning Activities Are all Created
Equal?
Mary A. McHugh, Merrimack College
Inspiring American Politics Students with a Town Hall
Meeting Program
Lori M Weber, California State University, Chico
Scott Spitzer, California State University, Fullerton
DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS
56.6
POSTER SESSION: WOMEN AND POLITICS
Room: Hilton, Grand Ballroom
Disc:
Jill A. Irvine, University of Oklahoma
Celeste M. Montoya, University of Colorado, Boulder
Kathryn Pearson, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

Friday, 2:30 PM to 4:00 PM

Cindy Simon Rosenthal, University of Oklahoma


Papers: The Gendered Bounds of Racial Solidarity
Mackenzie Leigh Israel-Trummel, University of
Oklahoma
Feminist institutionalism and methodological pluralism
Peter Allen, Queen Mary University of London
Sarah Childs, University of Bristol
What's the Difference? Explaining Cross-Sectional
Variation in the Gender Gap
Christopher P. Donnelly, University of California,
Davis
Kristina M. Victor, UC Davis
Donor Networks and the Influence of Female Candidates
in Political Parties
Jaclyn J. Kettler, Boise State University
Avoiding Adversariness? The Effects of Gender on
Litigation Strategies
Adrienne Smith, University of Tennessee
Claire B. Wofford, College of Charleston
Gendered Analysis of Collective Action: Experimental
Evidence from Russia
Olga A. Avdeyeva
Those Left Behind: Gendered Consequences of Enforced
Disappearances
Jessica Mecellem, Loyola University Chicago
Understanding Gender politics in the PKK
Ora Beach Szekely, Clark University
Women's Movements and Policy Impact: Reconsidering
Feminist Success
Season Hoard, Washington State University
Richard Elgar, Washington State University
Layers of Subordination: The Effect of Affirmative
Action in Rural India
Triveni Gandhi, Cornell University
DIVISION 33: RELIGION AND POLITICS
56.7
POSTER SESSION: RELIGION & POLITICS
Room: Hilton, Grand Ballroom
Papers: Influencing Policy Decisions: The Case of Protestantism
in West Germany
Andreas Busch, University of Goettingen
Sectarian Conflict and Political Alignments in Late 19th
Century Utah
Mark Edward Denninghoff, Purdue University
Policy Advocacy and the Performance of Muslim
American Identity
Emily Cury, Northeastern University
Old-Time (Civil) Religion: Recasting the Townsend
Movement
Aaron Quinn Weinstein, Brown University
Terrorist Ties: Organization and Links between Militant
Religious Groups
Christopher Rhodes

Friday, 2:30 PM to 3:00 PM


APSA Events
57.1
DA-RT INITIATIVE MEETING
Room: Hilton, Executive Conf. Ctr. Seacliff Room

Friday, 2:30 PM to 4:00 PM


Theme Panels
58.1
DIVERSITY OF WOMEN'S INTERESTS
Room: Parc 55, Cyril Magnin I
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS

Chair:
Disc:

Michelle M. Taylor-Robinson, Texas A&M University


Michelle M. Taylor-Robinson, Texas A&M University

Papers: Anti-feminism and Womens Representation in the


States
Beth Reingold, Emory University
Rebecca Kreitzer, University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill
Tracy Osborn, University of Iowa
Michele L. Swers, Georgetown University
Comparing Conservative Women Across Divergent
Political Systems
Christina Xydias, Clarkson University
Conceptualizing Women's Interests: A Look at the U.S.
Congress
Regina Wagner, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Strategically Constituting Women's Interests in the
Rulemaking Process
Ashley English, University of Minnesota
Toward a Feminist Measure of Gender Equality: Lessons
from GEPP
Amy G. Mazur, Washington State University
Isabelle Engeli, University of Ottawa
Joni Lovenduski, University of London, Birkbeck
College
Rosie Campbell, Birkbeck, University of London
58.2
EMPOWERING WOMEN: SPECIAL
CHALLENGES GENDER POSES FOR INCLUSION
AND DIVERSITY WITHIN THE PROFESSION
Room: Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5
Chair: Kristen Renwick Monroe, University of California,
Irvine
Papers: Changing University Cultures
S. Laurel Weldon
Cynthia R. Daniels, Rutgers University, New
Brunswick
Women of Color, Intersectionality and Womens
Advancement in the Discipline and Across the Academy
Wendy G. Smooth, The Ohio State University

DAILY SCHEDULE

157

Daily Schedule

DIVISION 51: EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH


56.8
POSTERS ON EXPERIMENTAL APPROACHES
TO POLITICS
Room: Hilton, Grand Ballroom
Papers: Does the Bureaucracy Move the Needle on Trust:
Evidence from a Survey Experiment
Louis Fucilla, Indiana University-Bloomington

Effect of Premium Tax Credits on Marketplace


Enrollment
Neil O'Brian, University of California, Berkeley
Emotional Attribution: The Role of Emotions in
Attribution and Redistribution
Kristina M. Victor, UC Davis
Get Up, Stand Up: Experimental Evidence on the
Effects of Protest Activity
Cassilde Schwartz, University of Pittsburgh
When do Voters Take into Account Post-Election
Bargaining Processes?
Patrick Kraft, SUNY, Stony Brook University
Stoetzer Frederik Lukas, University of Mannheim

Friday, 2:30 PM to 4:00 PM

58.3
Room:

Changing the Masculinization of the Discipline


Carol A. Mershon, University of Virginia
Denise Marie Walsh, University of Virginia
RESPONSIBILITY FOR RACIAL JUSTICE
Hilton, Continental Parlor 2
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL
THEORY

Chair:
Disc:

Sharon R. Krause, Brown University


Traci Burch, Northwestern University

Papers: Repairing the Carceral Polity


Lawrie Balfour, University of Virginia
Shrill: Responsibility for Racial Justice and the
Epistemology of Ignorance
Clarissa Rile Hayward, Washington University in St.
Louis
Racial (In)Justice from Ferguson to the Favelas
Juliet Hooker, University of Texas, Austin
Racial Realism and the Responsibility for Racial Justice
Desmond Jagmohan, Princeton University
Dismantling Racism through a Democratic Practice of
Interpretation
Ainsley Nicole LeSure, University of Chicago
58.4
RETHINKING DEMOCRATIC AGENCY: RACE,
GENDER, SEXUALITY, AUTONOMY
Room: Nikko, Carmel I
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL
THEORY

Chair:
Disc:

Jennifer Einspahr, Kalamazoo College


Jennifer Einspahr, Kalamazoo College

Papers: Agency without Optimism: Afro-Pessimism and Queer


Negativity
Annie Menzel, Vassar College
Audre Lorde: The Politics of Self-Actualization
Jack Turner, University of Washington
Angela Y Davis: Abolitionism, Democracy, Freedom
Neil Roberts, Williams College
Agency and Democracy
Samuel Ely Bagg, Duke University
APSA Events
59.1
FROM HURRICANE KATRINA TO FERGUSON:
ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE, THE STATE, &
VIOLENCE
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 7
Chair: Andra Gillespie, Emory University
Part:
Tyson D. King-Meadows, University of Maryland,
Baltimore County
Lester Kenyatta Spence, Johns Hopkins University
Shayla C. Nunnally, University of Connecticut
Melanye Tarea Price, Rutgers University
Monique L. Lyle, University of South Carolina
59.2
NEH@50: HUMANITIES AND THE COMMON
GOOD
Room: Nikko, Monterey I
Chair: Joseph R. Phelan, National Endowment for Humanities
Part:
Kathleen Hall Jamieson, University of Pennsylvania
Catherine H. Zuckert, University of Notre Dame
Michael P. Zuckert, University of Notre Dame
Alan Wolfe, Boston College

158

DAILY SCHEDULE

Division Panels
DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY
60.1
DIVERSIFYING CINEMATIC POLITICS
Room: Hilton, Van Ness Room
Chair: Torrey J. Shanks, SUNY, University at Albany
Part:
Morton Schoolman, SUNY, University at Albany
Michael J. Shapiro, University of Hawaii, Manoa
Lori Marso
Davide Panagia, UCLA
DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL THEORY
60.2
DEMOCRACY AT THE MARGINS
Room: Hilton, Union Square 24
Chair: Mark E. Button, University of Utah
Disc:
Mark E. Button, University of Utah
Papers: Democratizing Global Supply Chains
Benjamin McKean, Ohio State University
Disenfranchisement: The Democratic Complaint
Colin Kielty, University of Virginia Department of
Politics
Towards a Neuropolitical Theory of Exclusion
Liya Yu
Against Diversity in the Parochial Square: Religious
Control of Women in Israel
Judith Lynn Failer, Indiana University, Bloomington
DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL THEORY
60.3
DIFFERENCE, DOMINATION, INEQUALITY
Room: Parc 55, Hearst
Chair: Julie Elizabeth Dowsett, York University
Disc:
Julie Elizabeth Dowsett, York University
Papers: Resisting Domination Accross Borders
Ian Shapiro, Yale University
Structural and agential domination: A Kantian
Framework for Diversity
Tamara Jugov, Free University Berlin /KFG "Justitia
Amplificata"
The Insufficiency of Non-Domination: The Case of
Gender Oppression
Mara Marin, Frankfurt University
Back to Class: A Dialogue with Post-Structuralist and
Difference Theory
Joseph M. Schwartz, Temple University
DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL THEORY
60.4
UNPACKING COMPLICITY
Room: Hilton, Franciscan C
Chair: Mihaela Mihai, University of Edinburgh
Disc:
Alexander Keller Hirsch, University of Alaska
Papers: The Art of Complicity
Mihaela Mihai, University of Edinburgh
It was Like Artificial Respiration: Documenting
Goodness, Rescue, Complicity
Bronwyn Anne Leebaw, University of California,
Riverside
From Compassion to Political Responsibility
Stephen L. Esquith, Michigan State University
DIVISION 5: POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY
60.5
THE ORIGINS OF POLITICAL KNOWLEDGE
AND POLITICAL ATTITUDES
Room: Parc 55, Mission II

Friday, 2:30 PM to 4:00 PM

Chair:
Disc:

Scott L. Althaus, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign


Joshua Robison, Aarhus University, Department of
Political Science

Papers: The Nature of Political Knowledge in Mass Publics


Donald R. Kinder, University of Michigan, Ann
Arbor
Stability and Change of Youths Political Interest
Silvia Russo
Hkan Stattin
Charity Begins at Home: Parenting Styles and Youth
Civic Efficacy
David E. Campbell, University of Notre Dame
Political Attitudes and Associations: Socialization or
Self-selection?
Ali Abdelzadeh
Rethinking Political Socialization: Evidence from the US
and Australia
Christopher Ojeda, Pennsylvania State University
Pete Hatemi, Pennsylvania State University
DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY
60.6
THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF ACCESS TO
POLITICAL OFFICE AND POLICY OUTCOMES
Room: Hilton, Union Square 21
Chair: Mark Dincecco, University of Michigan
Disc:
Mark Dincecco, University of Michigan
Saumitra Jha, Stanford University
Papers: Parties, Dynasts, and the Selection of Candidates:
Evidence from India
Carlos Velasco Rivera, Princeton University
Ethnic Politics and Economic Policy: Theory and
Evidence from India
Nikhar Gaikwad, Yale University
Monitoring and the Value of Public Office in the
Spanish Empire
Jenny Guardado, Georgetown University
Shadow Parties: Dual Mandates and Democracy in
France
Alexandra Cirone, London School of Economics;
Columbia University, New York
DIVISION 9: TEACHING AND LEARNING IN POLITICAL
SCIENCE
60.7
EXPLORING DIVERSITIES USING
SIMULATIONS
Room: Hilton, Union Square 13
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 10: POLITICAL SCIENCE
EDUCATION

Disc:

Megan Elizabeth Osterbur, Xavier University of


Louisiana
Joseph E. Campbell, Rose State College

DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS


60.8
COMPARING JUDICIAL INDEPENDENCE:
SOCIAL AND INSTITUTIONAL EXPLANATIONS
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 9
Chair: Anibal Perez-Linan, University of Pittsburgh
Disc:
Lydia Brashear Tiede, University of Houston
Papers: Social Structure, Attitudes, and Law: Co-Evolution of
Judicial Network in Mexico
Matthew C. Ingram, University at Albany, SUNY
Weak Review, Strong Courts: Judicial Influence
Reconsidered
Abby Blass, University of Texas at Austin,
Government Dept.
Helping or Hurting Hybrid Regimes: Judicial Politics in
Russia and Kazakhstan
Alexei Trochev, Nazarbayev University
The Puzzle of Purges: A New Theory of Judicial
Manipulation Latin America
Gretchen Helmke, University of Rochester
Does Political Fragmentation Produce More Stable
Judiciaries?
Andrea Castagnola, University of Bergen
DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS
60.9
MINORITY RIGHTS AND REPRESSION
Room: Hilton, Franciscan D
Chair: Ahmet T. Kuru, San Diego State University
Disc:
Paolo Dardanelli, University of Kent
Papers: Do Minority Rights Make a Difference? Citizenship &
Conflict in Divided Societies
Bonnie Weir, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign
Milan Svolik, Yale University
Explaining the Distribution of Monoethnic and
Multiethnic Regimes Worldwide
Sener Akturk, Koc University
Ethnic Cleansing as Military Strategy: Lessons from
Lebanon, 1975-1990
Nils Hagerdal, Harvard University
Redefining the Nation: Center-Right Party Outreach
toward Ethnic Minorities
Jennifer Miller-Gonzalez
DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS
60.10
THE RESOURCE CURSE
Room: Hilton, Taylor Room
Chair: Pauline Jones Luong, University of Michigan
Disc:
Graeme Blair, Columbia University
Papers: Natural Resources and the Politics of Economic
Diversification in Rentier States
Marie Alienor N. van den Bosch, Princeton
University
Resource Rich and Democratic? Rent-Sharing Regimes
in Argentine Provinces
Diego Diaz Rioseco, Brown University

DAILY SCHEDULE

159

Daily Schedule

Papers: Bespoke Simulations: Pedagogical Advantages and


Practical Considerations
Christopher D. Moore, Bethel University
Model United Nations and Experiential Learning: An
Assessment
David K. Jesuit, Central Michigan University
J. Cherie Strachan, Central Michigan University
Political Theory for Our Dark Times: Learning
Ideologies Plus with Harry Potter
John S. Nelson, University of Iowa

Prisoners Dilemma: A Leitmotif for Intro IR


Thomas C. Walker, Grand Valley State University
Using the ACA to Teach American Government: How
Does Knowledge Affect Attitudes?
Liz Norell, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

Friday, 2:30 PM to 4:00 PM

Anything but Anarchy? Territorial Control, Gold


Mining, and Welfare in Colombia
Melis Glboy Laebens
Competition and Reform of National Oil Companies in
Russia and Brazil
Amanda Leigh Zadorian, New School for Social
Research
DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES
60.11
CONFLICT AND POST-CONFLICT DYNAMICS
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 1
Papers: Public opinion and legitimacy in Colombias peace talks:
An experimental study
Jennifer McCoy, Georgia State University
Jelena Subotic, Georgia State University
Structure, Institutions, and Conflict: Environmental
Licensing in Latin America
Maiah Jaskoski, Northern Arizona University
The Geography of Civil War Violence and Electoral
Competition
Jennifer Raymond Dresden, Georgetown University
The Legacy of Violence on Development: Evidence
from Post-Khmer Rouge Cambodia
Erin Lin, Princeton University
DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES
60.12
INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC FACTORS AND
DOMESTIC ECONOMY IN THE DEVELOPING
WORLD
Room: Nikko, Ballroom I
Chair: Naunihal Singh, Air War College
Papers: Concession Stands: The Consequences of Foreign
Investment for Protest in Africa
Darin Christensen, Stanford University
Return Migration, Negative Social Remittances, and
Gray Zones of Politics
Clarisa Perez-Armendariz, Bates College
The Political Economy of Unfinished Infrastructure:
Evidence from Ghana
Martin J. Williams, London School of Economics and
Political Science
The Changing Political Economy of Development
Assistance: The Ghanaian Case
Alexandra Olivia Zeitz
Why Export Promotion is No Silver Bullet: Linkage,
Orientation and Development
Mona M. Lyne, University of Missouri, Kansas City
DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES
60.13
RESOURCE ALLOCATION AND DISTRIBUTION
IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 8
Chair: Beatriz Magaloni, Stanford University
Disc:
Beatriz Magaloni, Stanford University
Papers: Degrees of Clientelism in the Worlds Largest
Democracy
Adam Michael Auerbach, American University
Aseema Sinha, Claremont Mckenna College
Public Resource Distribution, Security Provision and
Migration in India
Rikhil R Bhavnani, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Bethany Lacina, University of Rochester

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DAILY SCHEDULE

Elections and Local Public Goods in Rural Democracies:


Evidence from Botswana
Robin Harding, University of Rochester
Pork in Pakistan? The Politics of Resource Allocation in
Pakistans Legislature
Rabia Malik, University of Rochester
Audits From Space
Brian Min, University of Michigan
DIVISION 13: THE POLITICS OF COMMUNIST AND
FORMER COMMUNIST COUNTRIES
60.14
STATE AND ECONOMY IN CHINA AND THE
FORMER SOVIET UNION
Room: Hilton, Union Square 14
Chair: Neil Munro, University of Glasgow
Disc:
Igor Logvinenko, Wellesley College
Papers: Foreign Capital Liberalization and Development: China
and Russia Compared
Roselyn Hsueh, Temple University
Russias Rural Transformation: How the State Shaped
the Post-Soviet Food System
Susanne A. Wengle, University of Notre Dame
Patterns for the Rise of State Ownership in the Oil
Sector: The Post-Soviet Case
Adnan Vatansever, King's College London
The Political Mobility of State-Owned Company Leaders
in China
Wendy Leutert
Explaining Russian State Behavior in the European
Energy Market
Emily Holland
DIVISION 15: EUROPEAN POLITICS AND SOCIETY
60.15
DIRECT DEMOCRACY IN MULTILEVEL
DIVIDED SOCIETIES: CURSE OR CURE?
Room: Hilton, Union Square 3 & 4
Chair: Lawrence LeDuc, University of Toronto
Disc:
Nenad Stojanovic, University of Lucerne
Papers: Voices of the People: Contested Sovereignty in divided
societies
Fernando Mendez
Micha Germann, ETH Zurich
European Union and Direct Democracy: A Possible
Combination?
Francis Cheneval, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Monica Ferrin
Referendums, Federalism and Supply-Side Democracy
Matt Haunstrup Qvortrup, Coventry University
A Deliberative Case for Direct Democracy in Multilevel
Divided Societies
Joseph Lacey, European University Institute
Direct Democracy and the Eurozone Crisis
Ece Ozlem Atikcan, Universit Laval
DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY
60.16
MARKET ACCESS AND POLITICAL
INFLUENCE: EVIDENCE FROM FIRM-LEVEL
DATA
Room: Hilton, Lombard Room
Chair: Robert Gulotty, The University of Chicago
Disc:
B. Peter Rosendorff, New York University
Stefanie Walter, University of Zurich

Friday, 2:30 PM to 4:00 PM

Papers: Escape Through Exports? Women-Owned Firms,


Discrimination and Global Markets
Iain Osgood
Margaret E. Peters
State Capitalism and Tax Revenue: Assessing Vietnam
Accession to the WTO
Leonardo Baccini
Employment in Globally Engaged Firms and U.S.
Presidential Voting
Dennis P. Quinn, Georgetown University
Stephen J. Weymouth, Georgetown University
Intra-industry Trade and Trade Liberalization: Evidence
from Dyad-level Tariffs
In Song Kim, MIT
Cheap Dollars: The Political Economy of Overvaluation
Robert Gulotty, The University of Chicago
Dorothy Kronick, Stanford University
DIVISION 17: INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION
60.17
ISSUES OF COMPLIANCE IN INTERNATIONAL
POLITICS
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 1
Chair: Amy Yuen, Middlebury College
Disc:
Stephen Chaudoin, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign
Amy Yuen, Middlebury College
Papers: The Dynamics of Anti-Torture Norm Expression and
Internalization
Jonathan Ring, University of Michigan
International Crimes in Domestic Courts: Universal
Jurisdiction over War Crimes
Jessica Stanton, University of Pennsylvania
Ayodeji Kamau Perrin, University of Pennslyvania
Compliance with United Nations Peacekeeping
Personnel Requests
Timothy James Alexander Passmore, University of
Colorado Boulder
Andrew F Hart, University of Colorado-Boulder
Megan Shannon, University of Colorado
Negotiated Settlements and Respect for Rights in the
Wake of Civil War
Lindsay Reid, University of North Carolina, Chapel
Hill
In the Market: Economic Interdependence, Competition,
and Compliance
Mark J.C. Crescenzi, University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill
Stephen E. Gent, University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill
The Promise of Peacekeeping: Human Rights,
Democracy & Intervention in Civil War
Allison Carnegie, Columbia University
Christoph Mikulaschek, Princeton University

Papers: Rebel Funding Sources and the Use of Terrorism in


Civil Wars
Page Fortna, Columbia University
Michael A. Rubin, Columbia University
Nicholas John Lotito, Columbia University

DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY


60.19
THE CHINA PUZZLE IN INTERNATIONAL
SECURITY
Room: Nikko, Monterey II
Disc:
Oriana Skylar Mastro, Georgetown University
Papers: Better Now Than Later: Explaining Chinas
Assertiveness in Maritime Disputes
Jing Tao, NYU School of Law
Chinas Rhetorical Strategy in the South China Sea
Territorial Disputes
Christina Jun-Yao Lai, Georgetown University
Soldier Socialization? Explaining Patterns in U.S.-China
Military Relations
Austin Michael Strange
Tyler Carl jost
DIVISION 19: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY AND ARMS
CONTROL
60.20
INTERNATIONAL POLITICS AND "UNMAKING
THE BOMB: A FISSILE MATERIAL APPROACH
Room: Parc 55, Powell II
Chair: Daniel Deudney, Johns Hopkins University
Part:
John E. Mueller, Ohio State/Cato Institute
Shampa Biswas, Whitman College
T.V. Paul, McGill University
James H. Lebovic, George Washington University
Frank Niels von Hippel, Program on Science and Global
Security, Princeton University
DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY
60.21
ECONOMIC DIPLOMACY: THE EFFECT OF AID,
SANCTIONS, AND TRADE
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 2
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL
POLITICAL ECONOMY

Chair:
Disc:

David Blagden, University of Exeter


Susan H. Allen, University of Mississippi

Papers: Armed with Good Intentions? Explaining Arms


Embargo Compliance
Kathrin Kranz, University of Notre Dame
Death from Above? Testing Realist Theories of Arms
Sales using Aircraft Sales
Spencer L Willardson, Nazarbayev University
How Economic Sanctions Compel an Autocrat to
Oblige: The Case of Iran
SeyedBabak RezaeeDaryakenari, Arizona State
University
Cameron G. Thies, Arizona State University
The Domestic Politics of Human Rights Enforcement via
Trade Agreements
Patrick Kearney, University of Wisconsin Madison

DAILY SCHEDULE

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DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY


60.18
DYNAMICS OF MILITANT ORGANIZATIONS
Room: Parc 55, Divisadero
Disc:
Cara Eugenia Jones, Mary Baldwin College

Libyas Disastrous Rebellion: Moral Hazard Redux?


Alan J. Kuperman, University of Texas, Austin
No Zeal Like a Convert? Western Converts as Foreign
Fighters
David Malet, University of Melbourne
Why Insurgents Win: The Rising Tide of External
Support
Dominic Tierney, Swarthmore College
Ryan D. Grauer, University of Pittsburgh
Elite Targeting and Network Fragmentation in Islamic
Insurgencies
Aisha S. Ahmad, University of Toronto

Friday, 2:30 PM to 4:00 PM

DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES


60.22
INDIVIDUAL-LEVEL ATTITUDES AND
BEHAVIOR IN CONTENTIOUS ENVIRONMENTS
Room: Hilton, Sutter Room
Chair: Shivaji Mukherjee, University of Toronto
Disc:
Reed M. Wood, Arizona State University
Papers: Threatening News: External Threats, Media Freedom
and Political Trust
Jenifer Whitten-Woodring, University of
Massachusetts, Lowell
Marc L. Hutchison, University of Rhode Island
Communicating Control: A Spatio-Temporal Assessment
in Afghanistan
Camber Warren, Naval Postgraduate School
Michael Sieber
Truc Pham
Perceptions of Victims in Irregular War: Evidence from
Aceh and Colombia
Michael Weintraub, Binghamton University (SUNY)
Collective Action without Leaders: Protest and the Arab
Spring
Zachary Steinert-Threlkeld, University of California San Diego
Digital Disruptions: A Global Analysis of Internet
Outages and Violence
Anita R. Gohdes, Harvard University
Forcing Governments Hand: Ethnic Terrorism and
Improvement in Minority Rights
Seden Akcinaroglu
Ihsan Efe Tokdemir, Binghamton University
DIVISION 22: LEGISLATIVE STUDIES
60.23
INTEREST GROUPS, LOBBYISTS, AND
POLICYMAKING
Room: Hilton, Franciscan A
Chair: Lara Chausow, Congressional Research Service
Disc:
Jennifer Nicoll Victor, George Mason University
Lara Chausow, Congressional Research Service
Papers: A Multiple Representation Theory of Congressional
Politics
Ruoxi Li, University of Wisconsin, Madison
District Benefits Revisited
Andrew James McCall, University of CaliforniaBerkeley
Industry Complexity and the Demand for Lobbyist
Expertise in the Congress
Maurice B. Champagne
Interest Group Influence on "Subordinate" Policies
Richard L. Hall, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Measuring Think Tank Influence on Legislation: A
Topic Modeling Approach
Joshua Yoshio Lerner, Duke University
DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY
60.24
POLITICS OF THE BUDGET PROCESS
Room: Parc 55, Mason
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY

Chair:
Disc:

162

Robert C. Lowry, University of Texas at Dallas


Robert C. Lowry, University of Texas at Dallas
Joseph White, Case Western Reserve University

DAILY SCHEDULE

Papers: Party, Elect. Cycles, Governor & Legislative Liberalism


on Tax Changes
Richard F. Winters, Dartmouth College
Carlisle Rainey, Texas A&M University
Drift, Layering, and Conversion? The Budget Process in
Alberta, 2011-15
Keith Douglas Brownsey, Mount Royal University
Economic Interests and Congressional Voting on
Corporate Tax Issues in the US
Mi Jeong Shin, Washington University in St. Louis
Economic Policy: Where We've Been, Where We're
Going
Brian Scholl, IZA
DIVISION 26: LAW AND COURTS
60.25
RUNNIN' ON EMPTY: SELECTING STATE
JUDGES
Room: Hilton, Union Square 15
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 29: STATE POLITICS AND
POLICY

Chair:
Disc:

Salmon A. Shomade, University of New Orleans


Salmon A. Shomade, University of New Orleans
Lawrence Baum, Ohio State University

Papers: Designing Merit Selection Commissions


Greg Goelzhauser, Utah State University
Electoral Responsiveness in Judicial Selection
Alton Boyd Hale Worthington, University of
Michigan
Shaun McGirr, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Ideology and Television Advertising in Judicial Races
Michael Salamone, Washington State University
Orion A Yoesle, Washington State University
The Effect of Judicial Campaigns on Judicial
Decisionmaking
Michael J. Nelson, The Pennsylvania State University
War Chests as Entry Deterrence with Strategic Delay
Chris W. Bonneau, University of Pittsburgh
Damon M. Cann, Utah State University
Kira Pronin, Univ of Pittsburgh
DIVISION 29: STATE POLITICS AND POLICY
60.26
HEALTH AND EDUCATION POLICY EFFECTS
IN THE STATES
Room: Hilton, Union Square 16
Chair: John Portz
Disc:
Sara E. Dahill-Brown, Wake Forest University
Papers: Diversity in American Social Welfare Policy: Medicaid
Eligibility across States
Eunju Kang, SUNY Geneseo
Expertise and State Health Department Rulemaking
Activity, 1998-2012
Denise Lillvis, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
School Finance Reform, Social Capital, and Education
Spending in California
Jonathan Collins
Testing Local School Boards: District Accountability
and Performance in the U.S.
Julia Payson, Stanford University
The Haves and the Have Nots: Nonprofits and Parcel
Taxes in California Schools
Shelly R. Arsneault, California State University,
Fullerton
Sarah A. Hill, California State University, Fullerton

Friday, 2:30 PM to 4:00 PM

DIVISION 30: URBAN POLITICS


60.27
LOCAL CIVIC ENGAGEMENT IN CONTEXT:
NEIGHBORHOODS AND PARTICIPATORY
INSTITUTIONS
Room: Parc 55, Stockton
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION

Chair:
Disc:

Neil Kraus, University of Wisconsin, River Falls


Genie Stowers, San Francisco State Public Admin
Program
Neil Kraus, University of Wisconsin, River Falls

Papers: Active Voices: Social Capital, Social Media, and Urban


Neighborhoods
Todd C. Shaw, University of South Carolina
Evaluating the Impact of Social Capital on
Neighborhood Stability
Michael C. Craw, University of Arkansas at Little
Rock
Eyes on the Street: What Public Camera Feeds Can
Teach Us about Civic Behavior
Melissa Sands, Harvard University
Can Citizens Assemblies Deepen Urban Democracy?
Edana Beauvais, University of British Columbia
Mark E. Warren, University of British Columbia
Democratic Innovations and Legitimacy of Local
Governments
Maija Karjalainen, University of Turku
DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS
60.28
GENDER, PERSONAL TIES, AND POLITICS:
NEW PERSPECTIVES ON INFORMAL
INSTITUTIONS
Room: Hilton, Mason Room
Chair: Kimberley Manning, Concordia University
Disc:
Melinda J Adams, James Madison University
Papers: Masculine Privilege: The Tie that Binds
Natalie Galea, University of New South Wales
Louise Annette Chappell, University of New South
Wales
Female Politicians and Family Ties - Gender and
Informal Networks in Asia
Elin Bjarnegard, Uppsala University
The Party Family in Revolutionary China: A
Comparative Framework of Analysis
Kimberley Manning, Concordia University
Internal Criticism: Islamic Womens Rights Activism in
Iran and Turkey
Mona Tajali, Oxford University
DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND POLITICS
60.29
RACE AND PUBLIC OPINION
Room: Hilton, Franciscan B
Disc:
David L. Leal, University of Texas at Austin

DIVISION 33: RELIGION AND POLITICS


60.30
RELIGION IN PUBLIC SPACE AND IN THE
PUBLIC SECTOR
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 5
Chair: John R. Pottenger, University of Alabama in Huntsville
Disc:
John R. Pottenger, University of Alabama in Huntsville
Laura R. Olson, Clemson University
Papers: God and Caesar in Motion.Boundary Shifts between
Religion and Politics in Europe
Michael Minkenberg, European University Viadrina
Zeynep Yanasmayan, European University Viadrina
How Public Institutions Change: Religiosity Trends in
Israeli Public Services
Amos Zehavi, Tel Aviv University
Divide within the Faithful: Rivalry among Islamic
Groups and Democracy in Turkey
Ramazan Kilinc, University of Nebraska-Omaha
The Elusive Structure of State Secularism and its
Disguised Critics
Sultan Tepe, University of Illinois at Chicago
DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND ELECTORAL
SYSTEMS
60.31
IDEOLOGICAL CONGRUENCE AND POLICY
RESPONSIVENESS
Room: Hilton, Powell Room
Chair: Royce A. Carroll, Rice University
Disc:
Royce A. Carroll, Rice University
Papers: Congruence Astray: When and Why Ideological
Congruence Fails
G. Bingham Powell, University of Rochester
Congruence, Institutions and Citizens' Attitudes: A
Multi-level Analysis
Mirjam Dagefrde, Sciences Po Paris
How Information Shapes Responsiveness: Evidence from
Elite Experiments
D.J. Flynn, Northwestern University
Is the Congruence a Product of a Representation or a
Persuasion?
Helen H Lee, Michigan State University
Policy Representation: Is Pulling the Lever All That
Matters?
Jan E. Leighley, American University
Jennifer Oser, Ben-Gurion University
DIVISION 35: POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS AND
PARTIES
60.32
PARTIES AND IDEOLOGIES IN AMERICAN
POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT
Room: Hilton, Imperial B
Chair: Rogers M. Smith, University of Pennsylvania
Disc:
Frances E. Lee, University of Maryland, College Park

DAILY SCHEDULE

Daily Schedule

Papers: Alternating Arrangements: How Institutions Shape Black


Elite Immigration Opinion
Casey Radostitz
How Race, Ethnicity, and Party Shape Policy Views and
Engagement with MC's
Jason P. Casellas, University of Houston
Daniel Q. Gillion, University of Pennsylvania
Sophia Jordan Wallace, Rutgers University, New
Brunswick

Demographic Structure and the Political Economy of


Anti-Immigrant Legislation
Qinping Feng
Dehumanization and the New Role of Biological Racism
in Politics
Ashley E. Jardina, Duke University
Spencer Piston, Syracuse University

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Friday, 2:30 PM to 4:00 PM

Papers: Nanny State, Left and Right: The Ideological Roots of


Bipartisan Prohibition
Hans Noel, Georgetown University
Partisan vs. Institutional Policy Conflict in American
Political Development
David Karol, University of Maryland
Ideas of Power: The Politics of American Party Ideology
Development
Verlan Lewis, Stanford University
What's the Big Idea? Ideological Framing and the Battle
over Public Narratives
Justin H. Gross, University of MassachusettsAmherst
DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND VOTING BEHAVIOR
60.33
HOLDING INCUMBENTS ACCOUNTABLE FOR
THE ECONOMY?
Room: Parc 55, Mission I
Disc:
David Dreyer Lassen, University of Copenhagen
Papers: Economic Spillovers of Partisan Polarization
Neil Malhotra, Stanford University
Yotam Margalit, Tel Aviv University
Matthew S. Levendusky, University of Pennsylvania
Economic Voting and Time in Office
Martin Vins Larsen, University of Copenhagen
Electoral Accountability in Multiparty Contests
Andrew C. Eggers, Nuffield College, Oxford
Nick Vivyan, Durham University
Markus Wagner, University of Vienna
Grievance Asymmetry in Economic Voting and Voter
Sophistication
Ju Yeon Park, New York University
DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION
60.34
CUEING OPINIONS
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 7
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND
VOTING BEHAVIOR

Chair:
Disc:

Todd Davies, Stanford University


Carl L. Palmer, Illinois State University
Elizabeth Suhay, Government, American University

Papers: How Media Reports about Opinion Polls Influence


Future Survey Respondents
Benjamin Toff
The Dynamics of Public Opinion - Results from A Time
Series Survey Experiment
Stefan Dahlberg, Goteborg University
Sveinung Arnesen, Department of Comparative
Politics, University of Bergen
Jonas Linde, Department of Comparative Politics,
University of Bergen
The Effects of Representations of Local Public Opinion
on Political Outcomes
David L Vannette, Stanford University
Sean Westwood, Princeton University
When Does Information Enhance Opinion Quality?
Matt Luttig
Philip Gordon Chen, University of Minnesota
DIVISION 40: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND
POLITICS
60.35
SOCIAL MEDIA AND POLITICAL
PARTICIPATION
Room: Nikko, Mendocino I

164

DAILY SCHEDULE

Chair:
Disc:

Jaime E. Settle, College of William & Mary


ariadne vromen, University of Sydney

Papers: How Social Media Reduces Mass Political Polarization


Pablo Barbera, New York University
Does Social Media Promote Civic Activism? Evidence
from a Field Experiment
Frank Schimmelfennig, ETH Zrich
How Exposure to News via Social Media Increases
Civic Engagement
Solomon Messing
A Theory of Informative Exchange: Social Media and
Affective Polarization
Jaime E. Settle, College of William & Mary
Does Social Media Usage Increase Political Knowledge?
Joshua A. Tucker, New York University
Patrick J. Egan, New York University
Jonathan Nagler, New York University
Kevin Munger, NYU
DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL SCIENCE
60.36
REIMAGINING RADICAL POLITICS TODAY
Room: Hilton, Union Square 5 & 6
Chair: Manfred B. Steger, University of Hawai'i-Manoa
Part:
Bradley J. Macdonald, Colorado State University
Isaac Kamola, Trinity College
Kathi Weeks, Duke University
Nancy Sue Love, Appalachian State University
Katherine Young, University of Hawaii at Hilo
DIVISION 43: INTERNATIONAL HISTORY AND POLITICS
60.37
STATE AND ANTI-STATE VIOLENCE, THEN
AND NOW
Room: Hilton, Union Square 23
Chair: Abhishek Chatterjee, University of Montana
Disc:
Cameron G. Thies, Arizona State University
Papers: The Logic of Violence in State Building: Modern and
Medieval Parallels
Deborah A. Boucoyannis, University of Virginia
Comparing Post-Feudal Actors to Current Violent NonState Actors
Ana Alves, Lee University
Abby Attia, Lee University
Violence at the Margins: Propaganda of the Deed and
State Formation in Europe
Mark Alexander Shirk, University of Maryland
Imperial Reforms and Early Nationalism in the
Habsburg and Ottoman Empires
Margarita H. Petrova, Institut Barcelona d'Estudis
Internacionals (IBEI)
DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE DEMOCRATIZATION
60.38
ELECTORAL MANIPULATION
Room: Hilton, Union Square 25
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE
POLITICS OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

Chair:
Disc:

Victor C. Shih, UCSD


Victor C. Shih, UCSD

Papers: Vote Buying and Illegal Finance in Mexico: Persistence


of Electoral Manipulation
Gilles Serra, Centro de Investigacion y Docencia
Economicas

Friday, 2:30 PM to 4:00 PM

Incumbent Election Fraud: Observational and


Experimental Evidence from Uganda
Danielle F. Jung, Emory University
James D. Long
Laura Maxwell, Emory University
Methods of Electoral Manipulation and Post-Electoral
Protest
Cole Harvey, UNC-Chapel Hill
Paula Mukherjee, University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill
Opposition Parties in Authoritarian Regimes: the Cases
of Turkey and Mexico
Berk Esen, Sabanci University
Jose Antonio Hernandez Company, University of
Chicago
Why Electoral Manipulation Prevails: Evidence from
Chinas Village Elections
Ting Luo, Leiden University
DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE DEMOCRATIZATION
60.39
WHEN DO DICTATORS TREMBLE? THREAT
PERCEPTIONS UNDER AUTHORITARIAN RULE
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 3
Chair: Andreas Schedler, Centro de Investigacion y Docencia
Economicas
Disc:
Martin Dimitrov, Tulane University
Papers: Facing Contentious Waves: The Threat Perceptions of
Autocrats
Kurt Weyland, University of Texas, Austin
Contextual Threat Perceptions: Protest in Southeast Asia
and the Middle East
Sofia Fenner
Dan Slater, University of Chicago
Threat Perceptions, Coups, and State Violence: A
Comparison of Egypt and Chile
Jean Lachapelle, University of Toronto
Authoritarian Inferences about Societal Threats under
Preference Falsification
Andreas Schedler, Centro de Investigacion y
Docencia Economicas
DIVISION 45: HUMAN RIGHTS
60.40
IS THERE A HUMAN RIGHTS TRADITION IN
CHINA?
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 6
Chair: Stephen Siu-Kay On, National Sun Yat-Sen University
Disc:
Titus C. Chen, Institute of China and Asia-Pacific
Studies, National Sun Yat-sen University

DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE METHODS


60.41
EVALUATING QUALITATIVE EVIDENCE
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 3
Chair: Craig A. Parsons, University of Oregon
Disc:
Craig A. Parsons, University of Oregon
Papers: Truth Is All I Want for History: Standards for
Evaluating Historical Research
Amanda Joan Rothschild, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology and Harvard University
Determining the Weight of Evidence when Making
Inferences in Case Study Research
Derek Beach, University of Aarhus
The Structure of Description: the Elements of Historical
Analysis
Marcus Kreuzer, Villanova University
Taking DA-RT to Heart: Bringing Data from the Field
to Active Citation
Dessislava Kirilova, Syracuse University
DIVISION 47: SEXUALITY AND POLITICS
60.42
PUBLIC OPINION, POLITICAL PARTICIPATION
AND LGBT RIGHTS
Room: Parc 55, Powell I
Co-sponsored by Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender
Caucus

Chair:
Disc:

Kenneth Sherrill, Hunter College, CUNY


Gary Mucciaroni, Temple University

Papers: Direct and Secondary Interpersonal Contact,


Ambivalence, and Transgender Rights
Andrew R. Flores, UCLA School of Law
Disgust and LGBT Politics: Emotions, Subgroups, and
Public Opinion
Logan S. Casey, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Identifying and Explaining the Participation Gap among
LGBT Republicans
Katherine McCabe, Princeton University
Policy Biteback: Normalcy Frames, Public Opinion, and
Same-Sex Marriage
Adam Seth Levine, Cornell University
Dara Z. Strolovitch, Princeton University
Andrew Thomas Proctor, Princeton University
Gay or Homosexual: The Policy Implications of
Question Wording Effects
Brianna A. Smith, University of Minnesota, Twin
Cities
Matthew P. Motta, University of Minnesota, Twin
Cities
Zein Murib, University of Minnesota
Marissa E Theys, University of Minnesota
DIVISION 51: EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH
60.43
EXPERIMENTS IN VIOLENCE AND CONFLICT
Room: Parc 55, Sutro
Chair: A. Burcu Bayram, University of Texas Arlington
Papers: Civilian Mobilization for Violence: Evidence from
Ukraine
Vera Mironova
Sam Whitt

DAILY SCHEDULE

165

Daily Schedule

Papers: Treaties, INGOs, and the Third Leg of Human Rights


Promotion
Ray Wang, National Chengchi University
Bureaucratic Co-operation on Human Rights Policies in
the Chinese Party-state
Gloria C. Yu
Chinas Official Human Rights Discourse during the
Reform Era (1979-2012)
Titus C. Chen, Institute of China and Asia-Pacific
Studies, National Sun Yat-sen University
Human Rights and Labor Standards in FTAs between
China and Europe
Pawel Frankowski, Jagiellonian University

Is There a Human Right to Development in China?


Stephen Siu-Kay On, National Sun Yat-Sen
University

Friday, 2:30 PM to 4:00 PM

DIVISION 52: MIGRATION AND CITIZENSHIP


60.44
POLITICS IN MOVEMENT: INTERNATIONAL
MIGRATION AND POLITICAL CHANGE
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 4
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE
POLITICS

Chair:
Disc:

Ruxandra Paul, Harvard University


Rebecca Hamlin, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Papers: Voice after Exit: Patterns of Expatriate Voting in Post1980 Democracies


Katrina Burgess, Tufts University
Meeting Others - Accepting Others?
Romana Careja, University of Southern Denmark
All Politics is (Trans)local: Redefining Constituencies in
an Age of Migration
Erica Dobbs, Swarthmore College
Intersectionalizing Supply and Demand: Ethnic Minority
Political Representation
Liza Mugge, University of Amsterdam
Citizens of the Market: High-Mobility Migration and its
Political Effects
Ruxandra Paul, Harvard University
Related Groups
61.1
CLAREMONT INSTITUTE FOR THE STUDY OF
STATESMANSHIP AND POLITICAL
PHILOSOPHY: WAR, JUSTICE, AND PEACE IN
AMERICAN POLITICAL THOUGHT
Room: Hilton, Continental Ballroom 6
Chair: Brian T. Kennedy, Claremont Institute
Disc:
Paul O. Carrese, U.S. Air Force Academy
Ryan P. Williams, The Claremont Institute
Papers: The Unrealistic Realism of Richard Nixon and Henry
Kissinger
Robert G. Kaufman, Pepperdine University
Alexander Hamilton on War and Peace
Peter McNamara, Utah State University
The Peculiar Development of Wilsons Internationalism
Ronald J. Pestritto, Hillsdale College
William Atto, University of Dallas
Fighting in the Swamps: Jackson, Adams, and the
Principles and Practice of Republican Foreign Policy
David Tucker, Ashbrook Center
61.2
CONFERENCE GROUP ON ITALIAN POLITICS
AND SOCIETY: INSTITUTIONAL AND PARTY
CHANGE IN ITALY IN A COMPARATIVE
PERSPECTIVE
Room: Hilton, Union Square 22
Chair: Laura Polverari, University of Strathclyde
Disc:
John A. Agnew, University of California-Los Angeles
Papers: The Emergence of New Forms of Populisms? Evidence
from Southern Europe
Nuria Font, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona
Paolo Graziano, Bocconi University, Milan
Myrto Tsakatika, University of Glasgow
Are They in or Are They out: The Diversity of Forms of
Political Participation and its Regulation Across Party
Organisations
Giulia Sandri, Universit Catholique de Lille
Felix-Christopher von Nostitz, University of Exeter

166

DAILY SCHEDULE

61.3
Room:
Chair:
Disc:

The Political Outcomes of Candidate Selection Methods.


The Parlamentarie and their Impact on Italian MPs.
Stefano Rombi, University of Cagliari
Antonella Seddone, University of Cagliari
Matteo Renzi and the Long Road to Constitutional
Reform in Italy
Martin J Bull, University of Salford
CONFERENCE GROUP ON TAIWAN STUDIES:
TAIWAN'S DOMESTIC POLITICS, VOTING, AND
MASS OPINION
Hilton, Imperial A
Hans J. Stockton, University of Saint Thomas
Kharis Ali Templeman, Stanford University
Charles Chong-Han Wu, Hong Kong Baptist UniversityUIC

Papers: Voter Turnout in Concurrent Elections: Does the


Number of Ballots Matter?
Chi Huang, National Chengchi University
Kah-yew Lim, National Chengchi University
Change and Continuity of National Identity and
Partisanship in Taiwan, 1996-2014
Eric Chen-hua Yu, National Chengchi University
(Taipei)
Jean Yu-chen Tseng, I-Shou University
Taiwan, Still as a Baseline Case Supporting for the
Differing Mandate Hypothesis: An Analysis of Bill
Sponsorship in the Legislative Yuan (1992-2012)
Jinhyeok Jang, University of Louisville
Information Heterogeneity and Economic Voting in
Taiwan
Chia-yin Judy Wei, University of South Carolina
Expansion of Education, Gender, and Political
Knowledge in Taiwan: 1993-2012
Ya-Hui Luo
61.4
LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES ASSOCIATION:
DEVELOPMENT, DEMOCRACY, AND
SOCIOECONOMIC RIGHTS IN LATIN AMERICA
Room: Hilton, Union Square 17 & 18
Chair: Pablo Gonzalez Ulloa, Universidad Nacional Autonoma
de Mexico
Papers: From Structural Violence to Emancipatory Migration: A
Critical Security Approach to Latin American Migration
Peter Cruttenden, University of Nottingham
Civil Society in Mexico: A View from Civil Society
Organizations (CSO),
Pablo Gonzalez Ulloa, Universidad Nacional
Autonoma de Mexico
Mapuche Rebellion in Chile since 1997: Land
Recoveries and Autonomy under a Centralized State
Esteban Valenzuela Van Treek
Revisiting Development Ideas and Policies in Latin
America: Have Things Changed?
Catherine Bartch
61.5
LAW AND POLITICAL PROCESS STUDY
GROUP: ROUNDTABLE ON THE VOTING
RIGHTS ACT AT 50
Room: Hilton, Union Square 1 & 2
Chair: Bernard N. Grofman, University of California, Irvine
Part:
Matt A. Barreto, University of California, Los Angeles
Kareem Crayton, Crimcard Consulting Services
Pamela S. Karlan, Stanford Law School
Derek Muller, Pepperdine University School of Law

Friday, 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM

61.6
Room:
Chair:
Disc:

PROJECT ON THE AMERICAN CONSTITUTION:


LIBERALISM, ANTIQUITY, AND THE
AMERICAN FOUNDING
Hilton, Union Square 19 & 20
Wilfred McClay, Center for the History of Liberty
David Lay Williams, DePaul University
Wilfred McClay, Center for the History of Liberty

Papers: The Consistency of Rawlsian Liberalism with the Public


Philosophy of the Founders
Michael Pakaluk, Ave Maria University
Reframing the Founding: Covenant and Natural Law
rather than Covenant versus Natural Law
Paul R. DeHart, Texas State University
Staunch Holism and the Declaration of Independence
Kody Wayne Cooper, University of Texas, Austin

Does Armed Conflict Undermine Womens Health in


Sub Saharan Africa?
Henrik Urdal, Peace Research Institute Oslo
Gudrun Ostby, Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO)
APSA Events
64.1
20TH ANNIVERSARY PLENARY: EVALUATING
THE REP SECTIONS IMPACT ON POLITICAL
SCIENCE
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 1
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND
POLITICS

Chair:
Part:

Friday, 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM


APSA Events
62.1
JULIA CHOUCAIR VIZOSO COMMITTEE
MEETING (INVITATION ONLY)
Room: Hilton, Executive Conf. Ctr. Marina Room

Friday, 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM


Theme Panels
63.1
BREAKING NEWS: BEYOND THE
CONFEDERATE FLAG: THE POLITICS OF RACE
AND CIVIL RIGHTS AFTER THE CHARLESTON
MASSACRE
Room: Hilton, Imperial A
Chair: Fredrick C. Harris, Columbia University
Rick Valelly, Swarthmore College
Part:
Robert Mickey, University of Michigan
Christopher S. Parker
Vesla Mae Weaver, Yale University
63.2
MARRIAGE EQUALITY IN THE US: HOW DID
WE GET HERE?
Room: Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 47: SEXUALITY AND
POLITICS

Chair:
Part:

63.3
Room:

Andrew S. Reynolds, University of North Carolina,


Chapel Hill
Kenneth Sherrill, Hunter College, CUNY
Andrew R. Flores, UCLA School of Law
Marc Solomon, Freedom to Marry
M.V. Lee Badgett, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Kate Kendell, National Center for Lesbian Rights
WOMEN AND CHILDREN AND VIOLENT
EXTREMISM: VICTIMS TO VICTIMIZERS?
Hilton, Continental Parlor 2

64.2
Room:
Chair:
Part:

64.3
Room:
Chair:
Part:
64.4
Room:

Ange-Marie Hancock, University of Southern California


John Armando Garcia, University of Michigan
Tony Affigne, Providence College
Andy L. Aoki, Augsburg College
Rodney E. Hero, University of California, Berkeley
Taeku Lee, University of California, Berkeley
Paula D. McClain, Duke University
Dianne M. Pinderhughes, University of Notre Dame
DO BLACKS LIVES MATTER?: ANALYZING
POLICE KILLINGS OF UNARMED BLACK
CITIZENS
Hilton, Franciscan D
David C. Wilson, University of Delaware
Melina Abdullah, California State University, Los
Angeles
Juliet Hooker, University of Texas, Austin
Michael Leo Owens, Emory University
STRATEGIES FOR BALANCING YOUR
TEACHING AND RESEARCH AGENDAS
Hilton, Continental Ballroom 6
Cameron G. Thies, Arizona State University
Maria Chavez, Pacific Lutheran University
Christina Elizabeth Bejarano, University of Kansas
THE ART OF ELECTIONS
Nikko, Carmel I
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL
SCIENCE

Chair:
Part:

Nancy Sue Love, Appalachian State University


Paul A. Passavant, Hobart & William Smith Colleges
Eric T. Kasper, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Benjamin Schoening, University of North Georgia
Lynn Vavreck, University of California, Los Angeles
Thomas L. Dumm, Amherst College
Division Panels
DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT AND PHILOSOPHY:
HISTORICAL APPROACHES
65.1
MACHIAVELLI, THE LAWS, AND LIBERTY
Room: Parc 55, Balboa
Disc:
Michelle Tolman Clarke, Dartmouth College

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL


SECURITY

Chair:
Disc:

Mia M. Bloom, Georgia State University


Scott Gates, PRIO

DAILY SCHEDULE

167

Daily Schedule

Papers: Suffer the little Children: Recruitment into Violent


Extremist Groups
Mia M. Bloom, Georgia State University
Rape and Marriage Inside Rebellion: Lessons from the
RUF of Sierra Leone
Zoe Marks, University of Edinburgh
Governance and Disobedience: Sexual Violence in the
Lords Resistance Army
Erin Baines, Liu Insitute for Global Issues

Papers: Machiavelli's Criticism of Venice and the Necessity of


Strong Laws and Spacesv
Alexandra E. Hoerl, Wabash College
Machiavellis Nuovi Modi di Governi: His 1520-22
Texts on Constitutional Reform
Mauricio Suchowlansky, University of Toronto
The End of Politics: Machiavelli, Virt, and Liberty as
Mantenere lo Stato
Aaron Benjamin Cotkin, University of California,
San Diego

Friday, 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM

DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY


65.2
A WITTGENSTEINIAN APPROACH TO
POLITICAL THEORY
Room: Hilton, Powell Room
Chair: Tracy B. Strong, University of Southhampton
Disc:
Tracy B. Strong, University of Southhampton
Papers: Presenting and Representing
John G. Gunnell, University of California, Davis
What on Earth is a Form of Life?
Linda M.G. Zerilli, University of Chicago
Wittgensteinian Paths around the Fact-Value Gap
Andrius Galisanka, University of California, Berkeley
Seeing-Aspects and Concepts as Historical Institutions:
The Case of Freedom
David Owen, University of Southampton
Jonathan Havercroft, University of Southampton
DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY
65.3
CRISES OF POLITICS, THE POLITICS OF
CRISES
Room: Parc 55, Mission I
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL
SCIENCE

Chair:
Part:

Jeanne Morefield, Whitman College


Hagar Kotef, SOAS, University of Lobdon
George M. Shulman, New York University
Jodi Dean, Hobart & William Smith Colleges
Jennifer C. Rubenstein, University of Virginia

DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL THEORY


65.4
DEMOCRATIC CITIZENSHIP AND THE ETHICS
OF VOTING IN DIVERSE SOCIETIES
Room: Hilton, Union Square 15
Chair: Melissa A. Schwartzberg, New York University
Disc:
Joseph Lacey, European University Institute
Alan Patten, Princeton University
Papers: Optional Citizenship for All
Helder De Schutter
Lea Ypi, London School of Economics and Political
Science
Must We Vote for the Common Good?
Annabelle Lever, University of Geneva
Democracism
Nenad Stojanovic, University of Lucerne
Ethics of Polarization
Eric Beerbohm, Harvard University
DIVISION 5: POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY
65.5
THE MISSING (EMOTIONAL) LINK:
EXPLAINING POLITICAL PARTICIPATION
Room: Parc 55, Davidson
Chair: George E. Marcus, Williams College
Disc:
Johnathan Caleb Peterson, University of NebraskaLincoln
Papers: Attack Politics and the Emotions of Participation and
Disaffection
Paul DeBell, Ohio State University
The Numbing Effect of Anxiety in Contemporary
Societies
Lena Wangnerud, University of Gothenburg
Monika Djerf-Pierre, JMG, University of Gothenburg
Maria Solevid, University of Gothenburg

168

DAILY SCHEDULE

Life Satisfaction and System Support Why Happy


Citizens Are Good for Democracy
Peter Esaiasson, University of Gothenburg
Andrej Kokkonen, University of Gothenburg
Mikael Gilljam, University of Gothenburg
Stefan Dahlberg, Goteborg University
The psychology of repression: Emotions, risk attitudes,
and collective action
Lauren E Young, Columbia University
Explaining Political Participation: Israelis and
Palestinians
Shani Fachter, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Amal Jamal, Tel-Aviv University
DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY
65.6
THE POLITICS OF WAGES AND LABOR
REGULATION
Room: Hilton, Union Square 21
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 14: COMPARATIVE
POLITICS OF ADVANCED INDUSTRIAL SOCIETIES

Chair:
Disc:

Alexander Kuo, Cornell University


Alexander Kuo, Cornell University

Papers: Business Preferences over Labor Market Policies. Firmlevel evidence


Jose Fernandez-Albertos, CSIC
Dulce Manzano, Complutense University of Madrid
The Politics of Low-Wage Work in the Wealthy West
Matthew Dimick, SUNY Buffalo Law School
Brett Meyer, Columbia University
The Politics of Time
Magnus Bergli Rasmussen, Aarhus University
The Politics of Welfare Retrenchment in the Context of
Fiscal Consolidation
Patrick Donnelly, University of California, Berkeley
DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS
65.7
CONSTITUTION MAKING IN DEMOCRATIC
CONSTITUTIONAL ORDERS
Room: Hilton, Franciscan A
Chair: Todd A. Eisenstadt, American University
Disc:
Julio Rios-Figueroa, CIDE
Papers: Mapping the Constituent Power Doctrine in Latin
America
David E. Landau, Florida State University
The Demise of the Icelandic Crowd-Sourced
Constitutional Draft
Anne Meuwese, Tilburg University
The Problem of Citizen Participation in Democratic
Constitutional Change
Gabriel L. Negretto, Centro de Investigacin y
Docencia Econmicas
Restoration Constitution-Making
William Edmund Partlett, The Chinese University of
Hong Kong
Constitution on Ice
Thorvaldur Gylfason, University of Iceland
DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS
65.8
NEW FRONTIERS IN RESOURCE POLITICS
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 7
Chair: Benjamin Smith, University of Florida
Disc:
Kevin M. Morrison, University of Pittsburgh

Friday, 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM

Papers: The Politics of Gasoline Prices


Michael L. Ross, University of California, Los
Angeles
Of Desperate States and Oil Plays: Azerbaijan's
Endogenous Oil Sector
Victor Menaldo
Nora Webb Williams, University of Washington
Oil Wealth, Order and Conflict: Evidence from New
Data
Benjamin Smith, University of Florida
Pipelines and Regime Stability in Transit Countries: A
Curse or a Benefit?
Ruchan Kaya, Caspian Strategy Institute
DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS
65.9
THE RISE OF CITIES: AN URBAN TURN IN THE
STUDY OF INDIAN POLITICS
Room: Hilton, Union Square 1 & 2
Chair: Ashutosh Varshney, Brown University
Disc:
Atul Kohli, Princeton University
James A. Morone, Brown University
Papers: Does Citizenship Abate Class in Urban India?
Siddharth Swaminathan, Azim Premji University
Ashutosh Varshney, Brown University
Does Ethnicity Undercut Class in the City? Urban
Migrants in India
Tariq Thachil, Yale University
Being Middle Class in India
Devesh Kapur, University of Pennsylvania
Neelanjan Sircar, Columbia University
Milan Vaishnav, Carnegie Endowment for
International Peace
DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES
65.10
POLITICS OF SOCIAL PROVISION
Room: Nikko, Monterey II
Chair: Veronica Herrera, University of Connecticut
Disc:
Veronica Herrera, University of Connecticut
Papers: Political Networks, Local Democracy and India's Rural
Employment Guarantee
Aditya Dasgupta
Social Policy, Survey Design, and Spillovers: CCTs and
Confidence In Brazil
Elizabeth Kaknes, University of Virginia
Spilling Over Every Side: An Analysis of Transfers and
Elections in Brazil
Andrew Philips, Texas A&M University
Guy D. Whitten, Texas A&M University
The Pension-Finance Nexus in Latin America
Giselle Datz, Virginia Tech

Papers: The Dynamics of Escalation in Syria


Laia Balcells, Duke University
Jonah Schulhofer-Wohl, University of Virginia
Lionel Beehner

DIVISION 13: THE POLITICS OF COMMUNIST AND


FORMER COMMUNIST COUNTRIES
65.12
NEW DIRECTIONS IN RESEARCH ON STATES,
MARKETS, AND INSTITUTIONS IN EURASIA
Room: Parc 55, Hearst
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE
POLITICS
Co-sponsored by Russian Politics Group

Chair:
Part:

Rudra Sil, University of Pennsylvania


Susanne A. Wengle, University of Notre Dame
Stanislav Markus, University of Chicago
Henry E. Hale, George Washington University
Stephen E. Hanson, College of William and Mary
Juliet Johnson, McGill University
Thomas F. Remington, Emory University
Regine A. Spector, University of Massachusetts

DIVISION 14: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF ADVANCED


INDUSTRIAL SOCIETIES
65.13
RESPONSES TO THE RISE OF CHINA IN
ADVANCED INDUSTRIALIZED DEMOCRACIES
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 3
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL
POLITICAL ECONOMY

Disc:

Benjamin I. Page, Northwestern University

Papers: Domestic Politics of U.S. Pressure over Chinas


Currency Manipulation
Jessica Chen Weiss, Yale University
Amber Wichowsky, Marquette University
Spontaneous or Organized Backlash? The Politics of
FDI Screening in the U.S.
Brandice Canes-Wrone, Princeton University
Lauren Mattioli, Princeton University
Sophie Meunier, Princeton University
Rising Import Competition and Congressional Voting
Towards China
John Seungmin Kuk, UCSD
Deborah Seligsohn
Jiakun Jack Zhang, UC San Diego
Who Fears the Dragon? Australian and Japanese Views
of China
Charles Miller
Power Transitions and the Perception of Threat: Chinas
Rise and American Angst
Peter Hays Gries, University of Oklahoma
DIVISION 15: EUROPEAN POLITICS AND SOCIETY
65.14
PARTY COMPETITION AND THE WELFARE
STATE
Room: Hilton, Union Square 17 & 18
Chair: Christoffer Green-Pedersen, University of Aarhus
Disc:
Herbert Kitschelt, Duke University

DAILY SCHEDULE

169

Daily Schedule

DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING


COUNTRIES
65.11
VIOLENCE IN CONTENTIOUS PROCESSES
Room: Parc 55, Lombard
Chair: Adria Lawrence, Yale University
Disc:
Christian Davenport, University of Michigan

Violence within Revolutionary Episodes, 1900-2012


Mark Beissinger, Princeton University
Resources, Mobilization, and Repression
Kristian Skrede Gleditsch, University of Essex
Roman-Gabriel Olar, University of Essex
Local power relations and violence in the Syrian
uprising
Kevin A. Mazur, Princeton University
Beyond Civil War and Peace: Armed Politics and the
Study of Conflict
Paul Staniland, University of Chicago

Friday, 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM

Papers: Electoral realignment and the Position of Social


Democratic Parties
Silja Haeusermann, University of Zurich
Politicized Welfare. When Do Cutbacks become an
Election Theme?
Christoffer Green-Pedersen, University of Aarhus
Carsten Jensen, Aarhus University
New Wine in Old Bottles
Jonathan Polk, University of Gothenburg
Jan Rovny, Sciences Po, Paris
Party Competition and Welfare State Calibration
Tarik Abou-Chadi, Humboldt University Berlin
Ellen M. Immergut, Humboldt University Berlin
The Politics of Delivering Welfare Services at the Local
Level: The British Case
Melodie Chika Ogawa, Harvard University
DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY
65.15
NETWORKS IN THE WORLD ECONOMY
Room: Hilton, Taylor Room
Chair: Sarah Bauerle Danzman, Princeton University
Disc:
Kevin Young, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Papers: A Network Approach to explaining Credit Rationing
Jonas Bunte, University of Texas at Dallas
Brandon J. Kinne, University of California, Davis
A System of Crises: Financial Crises and Structural
Change
Tristin Beckman, University of California, Santa
Barbara
Dyadic Trade Disputes: Network Analysis of the WTO
Dispute Settlement Body
Nathan Slater
David C. Earnest, Old Dominion University
Network Externalities, Power Asymmetry, and the
Taxation of Multinationals
Vincent Arel-Bundock, Universit de Montral
Networked Production and Political Influence
Sarah Bauerle Danzman, Princeton University
DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY
65.16
WHEN THE MUSIC'S OVER: FINANCIAL
REGULATION IN THE POST-CRISIS ERA
Room: Parc 55, Powell I
Chair: Philip G. Cerny
Disc:
Ranjit Lall
Papers: International Institutions, Information and Financial
Markets
Michael Breen, Dublin City University
Iain McMenamin, Dublin City University
The Causes and Consequences of International Financial
Regulatory Transparency
Mark Copelovitch, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Financial Market Regulation and the Debt Economy:
The Case of Derivatives
Philip G. Cerny
Institutions and Credit Rating Agencies: Does
Regulatory Quality Matter?
Sean D. Ehrlich, Florida State University
DIVISION 17: INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION
65.17
NEW MODES OF GLOBAL GOVERNANCE
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 7
Chair: Tobias Hofmann, University of Utah

170

DAILY SCHEDULE

Disc:

Moonhawk Kim, University of Colorado, Boulder

Papers: "Groupification" of Governance: Actor Diversity and


Institutional Fragmentation
Lora Anne Viola, Free University of Berlin
BRICS NGOs and Global Governance: Ascendance or
Absence?
Laura A. Henry, Bowdoin College
Lisa McIntosh Sundstrom, University of British
Columbia
Priya Bala-Miller
Varieties of Indirect Governance
Kenneth W. Abbott, Arizona State University
Philipp Genschel, Jacobs University Bremen
Duncan Snidal, Nuffield College, Oxford
Bernhard Zangl
Clubs of Clubs: A Networks Approach to the Logic of
Membership in IGOs
Brian D. Greenhill, Dartmouth College
Equality Among Whom?: State-based Representation in
an Era of Global Governance
Dane K. Imerman, Denison University
Theorizing and Assessing post-2008 IMF-World Bank
Collaboration
Bessma Momani, University of Waterloo
Mark Hibben, Saint Joseph's College
DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
65.18
CONFLICT AND COOPERATION: DOMESTIC
AND INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 4
Disc:
Karen Ruth Adams, University of Montana
Papers: Conflict and Cooperation under Anarchy
James D. Fearon, Stanford University
Useful Ignorance: The Benefits of Uncertainty During
Power Shifts
Kyle Haynes, Webster University
Complementary Commitment Problems, War, and
International Political Structure
Patrick J. McDonald, University of Texas, Austin
Taking Women Seriously: A Gendered Understanding of
Crisis Bargaining
Abigail Post, University of Virginia
Paromita Sen, University of Virginia
Status, Humiliation and Territorial Conquest
Joslyn N. Barnhart, Wesleyan University
DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY
65.19
THE EFFECT OF INCLUSION AND EXCLUSION
ON FOREIGN POLICY ATTITUDES
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 1
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 5: POLITICAL
PSYCHOLOGY

Chair:
Disc:

Nicholas Martini, University of Iowa


Nicholas Martini, University of Iowa

Papers: A Prelude to Violence? : The Impact of Nationalism on


Foreign Policy Preference
Jiyoung Ko
A Unifying Model of the Media as a Political Tool
Andrea E. Jones-Rooy, New York University
Shanghai

Friday, 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM

Attitudes toward Homosexuality and Perceptions of the


U.S. Abroad
Myunghee Kim, University of Central Florida
Nikola Mirilovic, University of Central Florida
Beyond Community: Does Internal Equality Reduce
External Conflict?
Kathleen Powers, Ohio State University
Mediated Dehumanization as a Necessary Condition for
War
Douglas A. VanBelle, Victoria University of
Wellington
DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES
65.20
INTERNATIONAL POLITICS AND THE
DOMESTIC POLITICAL BARGAIN
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 2
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL
SECURITY

Chair:
Disc:

Amanda A. Licht, Binghamton University


Amanda A. Licht, Binghamton University

Papers: Presence and Promise: Strategic Aid and ForeignInduced Regime Change
Daniel McCormack, University of Pennsylvania
Leader Incentives for Conflict Selection and
Mobilization
Jeff Carter, University of Mississippi
The Missing Military: International Conflict and
Domestic Political Bargaining
Douglas M. Gibler, University of Alabama,
Tuscaloosa
Does Statebuilding Work? Military Intervention & the
Lifespan of Reformed States
David A. Lake, University of California, San Diego
Kelly Matush, University of California, San Diego
International Politics by Other Means: External Sources
of Civil War Escalation
Mark Toukan, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Strategic Differentiation: The Use of Nonviolence and
Violence in Conflict
Victoria McGroary
DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES
65.21
OPPOSITION COHESION AND STRUCTURE
Room: Hilton, Mason Room
Chair: Christopher K. Butler, University of New Mexico
Disc:
Christopher K. Butler, University of New Mexico

DIVISION 22: LEGISLATIVE STUDIES


65.22
LOYALTY, UNITY AND PARLIAMENTARY
BEHAVIOR
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 3
Chair: Taeko Hiroi, University of Texas at El Paso
Disc:
Sam Depauw, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Yael Shomer, Tel Aviv University
Papers: Governing Coalition Agreement and Party Unity in the
British House of Commons
Brian Donald Williams
Legislative Dissent in Congressional Votes
Eduardo Aleman, University of Houston
Playing Truant in Pairs? Parliamentary Vote Pairing
Zoltan Fazekas, University of Southern Denmark
Martin Ejnar Hansen, Brunel University London
To Vote or Not to Vote: How Salience Makes a
Difference.
Carmen Le Foulon, Pontifica Universidad Catlica de
Chile
The Role of District in Partisan Legislatures
Thomas Zittel, Goethe-University Frankfurt
Annika Hennl, Goethe University Frankfurt
DIVISION 23: PRESIDENTS AND EXECUTIVE POLITICS
65.23
INSIDE THE WHITE HOUSE: PRESIDENTIAL
APPOINTEES AND POLITICAL DECISIONS
Room: Hilton, Franciscan B
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 24: PUBLIC
ADMINISTRATION

Chair:
Disc:

Karen M. Hult, Virginia Tech


Thomas R. Boudrot, Delta College

Papers: How Do You Know? The Epistemology of White House


Expertise
Kenneth R. Mayer, University of Wisconsin, Madison
The Dynamics of Appointee Characteristics over IntraPresidential Time
Evan Haglund, US Coast Guard Academy
Inside the Oval Office: Decision-Making in the Modern
Presidency
Matthew N. Beckmann, University of California,
Irvine
Decision Making in the Obama White House: Structures,
Staff, Internal Mobility
Shirley Anne Warshaw, Gettysburg College
A Political Clearinghouse: Organizational & Presidential
Effects in OIRA Review
Daniel P. Carpenter, Harvard University
Jesse Gubb, Harvard University
DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY
65.24
RACE, INEQUALITY, AND PUBLIC POLICY
Room: Parc 55, Fillmore
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND
POLITICS

Chair:
Disc:

Daniel Q. Gillion, University of Pennsylvania


Drew Thomas Halfmann, UC Davis Sociology
Sally Friedman, SUNY, Albany

DAILY SCHEDULE

171

Daily Schedule

Papers: Cooperation Failure: Rebel Fragmentation and


Splintering
Adrian Arellano
Explaining the Origins of Army-Splinter Wars
Theodore D. McLauchlin, Universit de
Montral
How State Sponsors Affect Insurgent Cohesion and
Fragmentation
Henning Tamm, University of Oxford
Size, Diversity, and Overlap: Social Structures of Civil
Resistance
Ches Thurber, Harvard Kennedy School
The Enemy Within: Causes of Fragmentation in
Separatist Movements
Feike Elizabeth Maria Fliervoet, Leiden University

New Leaders, Old Agreements: Leader Changes and


Intrastate Settlement Duration
Lesley G. Terris, Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya
Carmela Lutmar

Friday, 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM

Papers: Learning Where We Stand: How School Experiences


Matter for Political Inequality
Sarah Bruch
Joe Soss, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Policy Tools, Policy Targets, and Racial Stereotypes
Jake Haselswerdt, University of Michigan
Social Policy and Local Political Activism
Jamila D. Michener, Cornell University
DIVISION 28: FEDERALISM AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL
RELATIONS
65.25
FEDERALISM, POLICY, AND PARTISANSHIP
Room: Parc 55, Divisadero
Co-sponsored by Publius: The Journal of Federalism

Chair:
Disc:

Pamela Clouser McCann, University of Southern


California
Pamela Clouser McCann, University of Southern
California
Scott L. Greer, University of Michigan

Papers: Due Process and Intergovernmental Waivers: The Case


of No Child Left Behind
James C. Clinger, Murray State University
Federalism and Representation in the United States
Senate
Michael W. Hail, Morehead State University
Federalism, Agency Survival, and the NEA in the 1990s
Gordon E. Shockley, Arizona State University
The Contingencies of Medicaid Coverage: Partisanship
and the Use of Waivers
Mark C. Hines, Georgetown University
The Limits of Partisan Federalism in the New Deal Era
Adam Myers, Providence College
DIVISION 29: STATE POLITICS AND POLICY
65.26
GOVERNOR BEHAVIOR
Room: Hilton, Union Square 16
Chair: Nelson C. Dometrius, Texas Tech University
Papers: (No?) Experience Required: Explaining Governors Uses
of Executive Power
Mitchell Dylan Sellers
Charles G. Shields, University of Florida
Appealing Politics: Governors Going Public
Timothy Herbert Callaghan, University of Minnesota
Do Outsiders Have It Harder? Governors Background
and Success in Office
Rafael Jacob, Temple University
Just Ambitious as the Next Guy: Career Decisions of
State Executive
Emily O Wanless, Augustana College
Too Little Time to Lose?: The Effect of Professionalism
on Gubernatorial Success
Samantha Guthrie, American University
DIVISION 30: URBAN POLITICS
65.27
SPATIAL DYNAMICS AND POLITICAL ORDER
IN COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE
Room: Parc 55, Stockton
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE
POLITICS

Chair:
Disc:

172

Meg E. Rithmire, Harvard Business School


Meg E. Rithmire, Harvard Business School

DAILY SCHEDULE

Papers: Governing the Informal? Pacification and Slum


Redevelopment in Rio de Janeiro
Yue Zhang, University of Illinois - Chicago
The Political Topology of The Global City
Theresa Enright, University of Toronto
Metrics of Exceptionality in Mao's China
Christian Phillip Sorace, Hobart and William Smith
Colleges
Neighborhoods against the State: Urban Policy and
Violent Protest in France
Michalis Moutselos, Princeton University
Building Rights: Urban Renewal and Contested
Citizenship in Cairo and Istanbul
Sarah El-Kazaz, Oberlin College
DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS
65.28
RECONSIDERING GENDER, DIVERSITY, AND
ACCESS TO PUBLIC OFFICE
Room: Hilton, Union Square 22
Chair: Zoe M. Oxley, Union College
Disc:
Zoe M. Oxley, Union College
Jaclyn J. Kettler, Boise State University
Papers: Diversity and Access to Statewide Executive Office in
the United States
Kira Sanbonmatsu, Rutgers University, New
Brunswick
Diversity on High Courts: International Influences on
Women's Appointments
Maria C. Escobar-Lemmon, Texas A&M University
Valerie J. Hoekstra, Arizona State University
Alice Kang, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Miki Caul Kittilson, Arizona State University
Womens Emergence and Success in U.S. State
Legislative Elections
Adrienne Smith, University of Tennessee
Jason H. Windett, Saint Louis University
Jonathan Winburn, University of Mississippi
"Navigating the Pipeline: The Path of Latinas in Elected
Office"
Ricardo Ramirez, University of Notre Dame
Carmen Burlingame, University of Notre Dame
Gendered Political Experience and the Success of
Female Gubernatorial Candidates
Stephen J. Stambough, California State University,
Fullerton
Valerie R. O'Regan, California State University,
Fullerton
DIVISION 33: RELIGION AND POLITICS
65.29
RELIGION, LAW AND DEMOCRACY
Room: Hilton, Union Square 23
Chair: Michael Lienesch, University of North Carolina, Chapel
Hill
Disc:
Michael Lienesch, University of North Carolina, Chapel
Hill
Ahmet T. Kuru, San Diego State University
Papers: Muslims' Commitment to Democracy after Communism
Arolda Elbasani, EUI
Islamic Law and the Struggle for Justice in Somalia
Mark Fathi Massoud, UC Santa Cruz
Religion, Politics and Law: Lessons from the Kenya
2010 Referendum
Christopher Rhodes

Friday, 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM

Neoliberalism, Secularism, and Religious Freedom


Matthew Scherer, George Mason University

On the Stability and Consequences of Political Attitudes


Patrick Fournier, Universite de Montreal
Peter John Loewen
The Correlates of Correct Party Placement on Issues by
Voters
Yves Dejaeghere, Universiteit Antwerpen
The People's Court? Incorrect Voting in State Supreme
Court Elections
Conor M. Dowling, University of Mississippi
Michael G. Miller, Barnard College
Voter Knowledge of State Legislatures
Steven Rogers, Saint Louis University

DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND ELECTORAL


SYSTEMS
65.30
ELECTORAL SYSTEMS AND POLICY
POSITIONS
Room: Nikko, Mendocino II
Chair: Justin Buchler, Case Western Reserve University
Disc:
Ko Maeda, University of North Texas
Papers: Analyzing the Effect of Electoral Systems on the Policy
Appeals of Green Parties
Cory Belden, UC Davis
Candidate Positioning Under Proportional and
Majoritarian Electoral Systems
Amy Louise Catalinac, New York University
On Observing the Variety of Party Policy Offerings in
Left-Right Policy Space
Michael D. McDonald, SUNY, Binghamton University
Mert Moral, Binghamton University
The Ideological Personal Vote: Candidate Positiontaking in Open List PR
Mathias Tromborg, Rice University
Royce A. Carroll, Rice University
DIVISION 35: POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS AND
PARTIES
65.31
PARTIES' ISSUE POSITION AND EMPHASIS
STRATEGIES
Room: Hilton, Lombard Room
Papers: Issue Ownership More than Party Identification?
Alexandra Feddersen, Department of Political
Science and International Relations - University of
Geneva
Simon Lanz, Department of Political Science and
International Relations, University of Geneva
Multiculturalism in Europe: Issue Evolution, Parties and
Party Systems
Constanza Sanhueza Petrarca, University of
Mannheim
The Mass-elite Linkage and Issue Ownership: When Do
Voters Respond to Parties?
Henrik Bech Seeberg, University of Aarhus
What is the Issue about? Party Competition over
Framing
Alexandra Feddersen, Department of Political
Science and International Relations - University of
Geneva
To Adapt or To Disregard? Parties Reactions to
External Shocks
Patricia Calca, Mannheim University
Martin Gross, University of Mannheim

Papers: A Simple, Informational Explanation for the Incumbency


Advantage
Anthony Fowler, University of Chicago

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND


VOTING BEHAVIOR

Chair:
Disc:

Heather L. Ondercin, University of Mississippi


Heather L. Ondercin, University of Mississippi

Papers: Data for Some, Values for Others: Individual


Differences in Political Persuasion
Vittorio Merola, The Ohio State University
Matthew P. Hitt, Louisiana State University
Partisanship, Policy, and Public Opinion Toward Torture
Paul Gronke, Reed College
Peter Miller, University of Pennsylvania
Party Cues and Voters Policy Stances. A Natural
Experiment
Stefaan Walgrave
Party and Perception: Connecting Opinions on Guns &
Violence to Actual Violence
Joshua J. Dyck, University of Massachusetts Lowell
Shanna Pearson-Merkowitz, University of Rhode
Island
DIVISION 38: POLITICAL COMMUNICATION
65.34
NEW DATA SOURCES (AND INTERESTING
PAPERS!) IN POLITICAL COMMUNICATION
Room: Hilton, Union Square 3 & 4
Chair: Matthew Bergbower, Indiana State University
Disc:
Johanna Dunaway, Louisiana State University
Stephen J. Farnsworth, University of Mary Washington
Papers: Publicity and the De-legitimation of Lynching
Michael Weaver, Yale University
The Mechanisms of Twitter Audience Reach
Jean-Yves Dormagen, Universite de Montpellier
Julien Boyadjian, Universit de Montpellier
Marie Neihouser
Social Networks, Big Data, and Intermedia Agenda
Setting
Philip Habel, University of Glasgow
Anjie Fang
Crowd-sourced Journalism: Digital Participation Under
the Threat of Violence
Tara Buss, University of California, Berkeley
Using Open Source News Collections for Political
Science Research
Paul Franz Testa, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign
Scott L. Althaus, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign
Leslie Caughell, Virginia Wesleyan College

DAILY SCHEDULE

173

Daily Schedule

DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND VOTING BEHAVIOR


65.32
KNOWLEDGE, INFORMATION, AND POLITICAL
ATTITUDES
Room: Parc 55, Powell II
Chair: Laura Stoker, University of California, Berkeley
Disc:
Shad Turney

DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION


65.33
PARTIES, PERCEPTIONS AND PUBLIC OPINION
Room: Nikko, Mendocino I

Friday, 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM

DIVISION 39: SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND


ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS
65.35
CLIMATE POLITICS AND PREFERENCES FOR
DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL POLICY
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 9
Chair: Leah Stokes, UCSB
Disc:
Megan Mullin, Duke University
Papers: Citizens, Scientists, and Policy Advisors Beliefs about
Global Warming
Toby Bolsen, Georgia State University
Fay Lomax Cook, National Science Foundation
Cost-Effectiveness and Preferences for International
Climate Transfers
Mark Buntaine, University of California, Santa
Barbara
Lauren Prather, University of California, San Diego
Business Preferences Over Climate Regulations and
Carbon Pricing
Federica Genovese, Stanford University
Endre M. Tvinnereim, Uni Research Rokkan Center
The Use of Moral Frames and International Support for
Climate Change Action
Jeffry Miles Burnam, Georgetown University
Government structures & Policy Output: Organizing for
Climate Change
Thurid Hustedt, University of Potsdam
DIVISION 41: POLITICS, LITERATURE, AND FILM
65.36
RETHINKING FREEDOM AND DEMOCRACY IN
THE MODERN STATE
Room: Hilton, Union Square 13
Chair: Lee Ward, Campion College, University of Regina
Disc:
Anthony D. Bartl, Angelo State University
Michael A. Mosher, University of Tulsa

Revolutionary Waves: The International Effects of


Threatened Domestic Order
Chad Nelson, Brigham Young University
Reaching Across the Border: Internationalizing
Citizenship as Domestic Strategy
Hadas Aron, Columbia University
Emily Holland
Diffusion or Modernization? The Sources of Death
Penalty Abolition Since 1945
Seva Gunitsky, University of Toronto
DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE DEMOCRATIZATION
65.38
FORMAL APPROACHES TO ELECTIONS AND
POWER IN DEMOCRACY AND AUTOCRACY
Room: Hilton, Union Square 5 & 6
Chair: Alberto Simpser, ITAM
Disc:
Avidit R. Acharya
Peter L. Lorentzen, University of California, Berkeley
Papers: The Propagandist's Curse
Andrew Little, Cornell University
Strategic Election Monitoring
Arturas Rozenas, New York University
Foreign Support and Electability
Milan Svolik, Yale University
Nikolay V. Marinov, University of Mannheim
Shocks, Skills, and Political Stability in Authoritarian
Regimes
Victor C. Shih, UCSD
DIVISION 45: HUMAN RIGHTS
65.39
INNOVATIONS IN HR DATA COLLECTION
Room: Hilton, Van Ness Room
Chair: Audrey Lynn Comstock, Cornell University
Disc:
Jeannette Money, University of California, Davis

Papers: Privacy and the Postmodern: Literary Representations of


Privacy
Robert Michael Pallitto, Seton Hall University
The Aliens Among Us: The Anti-Jim Crow Literature of
George Washington Cable
James M. Patterson, Gettysburg College
Unlikely Bedfellows?: Women and the National Security
State
Lilly J. Goren, Carroll University
Linda Beail, Point Loma Nazarene University
Machiavelli, The Hunger Games, and the Art of
Dictatorship
Michael J. Faber, Texas State University
Good Kill? A Study of Air War in American Film
Cora Sol Goldstein, California State University, Long
Beach

Papers: A New Dataset on State Practices towards Refugees:


1991-2009
Katherine Felt, Binghamton University (SUNY)
Amplification Advocacy: The Media Potential of HROs
David R. Davis, Emory University
Baekkwan Park, Emory
Amanda Marie Murdie, University
Coding and Classifying Rendition Flights: Foreign
Complicity Post-9/11
Rebecca Elizabeth Cordell, University of Essex
Dying for the Story: An Analysis of the Killings of
Journalists, 1992-2012
Geoffrey P.R. Wallace, Rutgers University
Variations in Shame: An Automated Text Analysis of
Human Rights Reporting
Rochelle Layla Terman, University of California
Berkeley

DIVISION 43: INTERNATIONAL HISTORY AND POLITICS


65.37
IDEAS IN TRANSNATIONAL SPACE
Room: Parc 55, Mason
Chair: Eric Grynaviski, George Washington University
Disc:
Eric Grynaviski, George Washington University

DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE METHODS


65.40
FIRMS AS ACTORS IN CONTEMPORARY
CAPITALISM: INNOVATIONS IN CONCEPT AND
METHOD
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 8

Papers: Norm Strength and the Norm Life Cycle


Michal Ben-Josef Hirsch, Wellesley College
Jennifer M. Dixon, Villanova University
Political Dimensions of 9/11 Narratives in History
Textbooks Worldwide
Elizabeth Danielle Herman, UC Berkeley

174

DAILY SCHEDULE

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 14: COMPARATIVE


POLITICS OF ADVANCED INDUSTRIAL SOCIETIES

Chair:
Disc:

John Zysman, UC Berkeley


Kenji Kushida

Friday, 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM

Papers: Measuring the International Economy: Quantitative,


Qualitative & Big Data
Mark Peter Dallas, Union College
Integrating Social Network and Institutional Analysis to
Study Firm Performance
Gerald A. McDermott, University of South Carolina
Value Chain Analysis and the Politics of Institutional
Change in East Asia
Douglas B. Fuller, Zhejiang University
Multiple Sources & Levels of Analysis in Firm-Centered
Comparative Research
Caroline E. Arnold, CUNY-Brooklyn College
How Globally Interconnected Businesses Transform
National Political Economies
Gary Herrigel, University of Chicago
DIVISION 48: HEALTH POLITICS AND HEALTH POLICY
65.41
THE POLITICS OF HEALTH KNOWLEDGE
Room: Parc 55, Sutro
Chair: Joseph White, Case Western Reserve University
Disc:
Mark Schlesinger, Yale University
Papers: An Analysis of the Use of Health Knowledge in Roberts
Court Decisions
Daniel Skinner
Leah Sheridan, Ohio University
Impossible Politics? PCORI and the Search for
Comparative Effectiveness Research
Ann C. Keller, University of California-Berkeley
Partisan Processing of Public Health Messages:
Motivated Reasoning and Big Soda
Sarah E. Gollust, University of Minnesota, Twin
Cities
Colleen L. Barry, Johns Hopkins University
Jeff Niederdeppe, Cornell University
Medicare Coverage for Beta Amyloid PET Imaging: The
Battle Over Evidence
Karen Maschke, The Hastings Center
Michael K. Gusmano, The Hastings Center
Judicial Interventions in Health Policy: Epistemic
Competence and the Courts
Leticia Morales, McGill Institute for Health and
Social Policy
DIVISION 52: MIGRATION AND CITIZENSHIP
65.42
"BRIDGES AND CUL DE SACS: NAVIGATING
MIGRATION STUDIES ACROSS THE
SUBFIELDS"
Room: Hilton, Union Square 19 & 20
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND
POLITICS

Chair:
Part:

Papers: Assessing the US Pivot to Asia: Implications for USChina-Taiwan Trilateral Relations and Taiwans
Strategic Choices
Elizabeth Freund Larus, University of Mary
Washington
The Meaning of Taiwan Independence: Generational
Differences
T.Y. Wang, Illinois State University
Su-Feng Cheng, National Chengchi University
Friend or Foe? The Image of China in Taiwan
Chung-li Wu, Academia Sinica
Ted Chen, Pennsylvania State University
Hsiao-Chien Tsui
Mass Media and National Identity
Chia-Yu Tsai, Mannheim University
How Do Chinese Citizens Perceive the Cross-Strait
Relations: Survey Results from 10 Major Cities in China
Hsin-Hsin Pan, Michigan State University
Wen-Chin Wu, Academia Sinica
Yu-tzung Chang, National Taiwan University
66.2
GLOBAL FORUM OF CHINESE POLITICAL
SCIENTISTS: CATCHING TIGERS AND FLIES:
XI JINPING AND THE RULE OF LAW IN CHINA
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 6
Chair: Larry Diamond, Stanford University
Disc:
Fei-Ling Wang, Georgia Institute of Technology
Papers: Contentious Veterans: Chinas Retired Officers Speak
Out
Kevin J. O'Brien, UC-Berkeley
Neil Diamant, Dickinson College
Reemergence of Neo-authoritarianism and Reforms
under Xi Jinping
He Li, Merrimack College
Building a Rule by Law or Sinking into Neotraditional
Sclerosis: Reform Politics of Chinese Civil and Criminal
Law
William Hurst, Northwestern University
Anti-corruption Campaign or Political Purge?: Xi
Jinpings Tiger
Andrew Wedeman, Georgia State University
66.3
GREEN POLITICS AND THEORY: NARRATIVES
OF ECOLOGY: ANIMAL, VEGETABLE,
MINERAL
Room: Hilton, Union Square 14
Chair: Tony Affigne, Providence College
Disc:
Michael Lipscomb, Winthrop University
Papers: Thinking Like a Swampthing: The Tension in Creating a
Deep Ecological Superhero
Sean Parson, Northern Arizona University
Green Political Thought and the Pastoral
Matthew Lepori, National University of Singapore
Value and Growth: Rethinking Basic Concepts
Jennifer L. Bailey, Norwegian University of Science
and Technology
May Thorseth, Norwegian University of science and
technology, NTNU

DAILY SCHEDULE

175

Daily Schedule

Sara Wallace Goodman, University of California, Irvine


Louis DeSipio
Matthew Wright, American University
Erin Aeran Chung, Johns Hopkins University
Maarten P. Vink, Maastricht University
Michael A. Jones-Correa, Cornell University
Irene Bloemraad, University of California, Berkeley
Related Groups
66.1
CONFERENCE GROUP ON TAIWAN STUDIES:
TAIWAN'S EXTERNAL POLICIES AND CROSSSTRAIT RELATIONS
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 5
Chair: Shelley Rigger, Davidson College
Disc:
Dennis Hickey, Missouri State University

Yuan-kang Wang, Western Michigan University

Friday, 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM

66.4

Room:
Chair:
Part:

66.5
Room:
Chair:
Disc:

LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL, AND TRANSGENDER


CAUCUS: LGBTQ POLITICS AND POLITICAL
SCIENCE: A CRITICAL ASSESSMENT
ROUNDTABLE
Hilton, Franciscan C
Susan R. Burgess, Ohio University
Martha A. Ackelsberg, Smith College
Marla Brettschneider, University of New Hampshire
Christine Keating
Charles Anthony Smith, University of California, Irvine
Jami K. Taylor, University of Toledo
Julie Elizabeth Moreau, Northern Arizona University
Donald P. Haider-Markel, University of Kansas
Jerry D. Thomas, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
Melissa Meade, Colby-Sawyer College
POLITICAL STUDIES ASSOCIATION OF
IRELAND (PSAI): IRELAND: WHERE ARE WE
NOW?
Hilton, Imperial B
Shaun Bowler, University of California, Riverside
Shane Martin, University of Leicester
Gail McElroy, Trinity College, Dublin

Papers: Historicizing an Understanding of Irelands


Contemporary Identity
Timothy Jerome White, Xavier University
The Evolution of Citizens Attitudes Towards Questions
of Reform: A Study of Attitudinal Shifts among
Members of the Irish Constitutional Convention
David M. Farrell, University College Dublin, Belfield
Clodagh Harris, University College Cork
Eoin O'Malley, Dublin City University
Jane Suiter, Dublin City University
Class, Clientelism and Machines in Pre- and PostAusterity Ireland: To What Extent is Declining Turnout
Uniform and What Explains It? Evidence from Four
Second Order Elections in Ireland
Gary Murphy, Dublin City University
Eoin O'Malley, Dublin City University
Where Stands the Republic: Economic Crisis and
Democratic Malaise in Ireland
Theresa Reidy, University College Cork

Friday, 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM


APSA Events
67.1
CHRISTIANS IN POLITICAL SCIENCE RELATED
GROUP BUSINESS MEETING
Room: Hilton, Union Square 21
67.2
COMPARATIVE DEMOCRATIZATION SECTION
BUSINESS MEETING
Room: Nikko, Mendocino II
67.3
CONFERENCE GROUP ON TAIWAN STUDIES
BUSINESS MEETING
Room: Parc 55, Mission I
67.4
CONFLICT PROCESSES SECTION BUSINESS
MEETING
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 3
67.5
ELECTIONS AND VOTING BEHAVIOR SECTION
BUSINESS MEETING
Room: Parc 55, Embarcadero
67.6
FOREIGN POLICY SECTION BUSINESS
MEETING
Room: Hilton, Sutter Room

176

DAILY SCHEDULE

67.7
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67.8
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67.9
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67.10
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67.11
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67.12
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67.13
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67.14
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67.15
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67.16
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67.17
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67.18
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67.19
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67.20
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67.21
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67.22
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67.23
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67.24
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67.25
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67.26
Room:

FRENCH POLITICS GROUP & ASSOCIATION


FRANCAISE DE SCIENCE POLITIQUE RELATED
GROUP BUSINESS MEETING
Parc 55, Stockton
GAUS LECTURE
Hilton, Franciscan A
GREEN POLITICS AND THEORY RELATED
GROUP BUSINESS MEETING
Parc 55, Mason
INTERNATIONAL SECURITY AND ARMS
CONTROL SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
Hilton, Union Square 13
INTERPRETIVE METHODOLOGIES AND
METHODS RELATED GROUP BUSINESS
MEETING
Parc 55, Hearst
LABOR PROJECT RELATED GROUP BUSINESS
MEEETING
Parc 55, Davidson
LATINO/A CAUCUS IN POLITICAL SCIENCE
RELATED GROUP BUSINESS MEETING
Parc 55, Fillmore
LAW AND COURTS SECTION BUSINESS
MEETING
Nikko, Ballroom III
MIGRATION AND CITIZENSHIP SECTION
BUSINESS MEETING
Hilton, Taylor Room
POLITICAL COMMUNICATION SECTION
BUSINESS MEETING
Hilton, Golden Gate 2
POLITICAL ECONOMY SECTION BUSINESS
MEETING
Hilton, Union Square 16
POLITICAL METHODOLOGY SECTION
BUSINESS MEETING
Hilton, Continental Parlor 2
POLITICAL NETWORKS DIVISION BUSINESS
MEETING
Hilton, Union Square 15
POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY SECTION BUSINESS
MEETING
Hilton, Union Square 23
POLITICAL SCIENCE EDUCATION BUSINESS
MEETING
Nikko, Carmel I
POLITICAL THOUGHT IN THE
ANTHROPOCENE, FEATURING DIPESH
CHAKRABARTY
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin I
POLITICS AND HISTORY SECTION BUSINESS
MEETING
Hilton, Union Square 24
RUSSIAN POLITICS GROUP BUSINESS
MEETING
Parc 55, Lombard
SEXUALITY AND POLITICS SECTION BUSINESS
MEETING
Parc 55, Powell I
URBAN POLITICS SECTION BUSINESS
MEETING
Nikko, Mendocino I

Friday, 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM

67.27
Room:
67.28
Room:

WOMEN AND POLITICS RESEARCH SECTION


BUSINESS MEETING
Hilton, Van Ness Room
WOMENS CAUCUS ON POLITICAL SCIENCE
BUSINESS MEETING
Hilton, Golden Gate 1

Friday, 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM


APSA Events
68.1
JACK MILLER CENTER RECEPTION
Room: Offsite, Sir Francis Drake Franciscan Ballroom
68.2
NEW POLITICAL SCIENCE LECTURE: BEHIND
THE KITCHEN DOOR, FEATURING SARU
JAYARAMAN, DIRECTOR OF THE FOOD
LABOR RESEARCH CENTER, UC BERKELEY
Room: Hilton, Imperial A

Friday, 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM


APSA Events
69.1
MPSA 2016 PROGRAM COMMITTEE
MEETING & RECEPTION
Room: Parc 55, Market Street

Friday, 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM


APSA Events
70.1
CORNELL UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF
GOVERNMENT RECEPTION
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 7
70.2
DUKE UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF
POLITICAL SCIENCE RECEPTION
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 5
70.3
LEGISLATIVE STUDIES SECTION BUSINESS
MEETING
Room: Nikko, Ballroom I
70.4
POLITICAL EPISTEMOLOGY SECTION
RECEPTION
Room: Parc 55, Balboa
70.5
THE REVIEW OF POLITICS AT THE
UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME RECEPTION
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 8

Friday, 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM


APSA Events
71.1
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF
POLITICAL SCIENCE RECEPTION
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 4
71.2
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY
RECEPTION
Room: Hilton, Continental Ballroom 4

Friday, 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM


APSA Events
72.1
STATE POLITICS AND POLICY BUSINESS
MEETING & RECEPTION
Room: Nikko, Monterey I

APSA Events
73.1
CONFERENCE GROUP ON TAIWAN STUDIES
RECEPTION
Room: Parc 55, Mission II

Room:
73.3
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73.4
Room:
73.5
Room:
73.6
Room:
73.7
Room:

ELECTIONS & VOTING BEHAVIOR, PUBLIC


OPINION, AND POLITICAL COMMUNICATION
SECTIONS' RECEPTION
Parc 55, Cyril Magnin II
LAW AND COURTS SECTION RECEPTION
Nikko, Ballroom III
POLITICAL NETWORKS SECTION RECEPTION
Hilton, Union Square 14
POLITICS AND HISTORY SECTION RECEPTION
Hilton, Union Square 25
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF
POLITICAL SCIENCE RECEPTION
Hilton, Mason Room
YALE UNIVERSITY POLITICAL SCIENCE
DEPARTMENT RECEPTION
Hilton, Lombard Room

Friday, 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM


APSA Events
74.1
COMMITTEE ON THE STATUS OF BLACKS AND
NCOBPS RECEPTION
Room: Nikko, Monterey II
74.2
COMPARATIVE DEMOCRATIZATION SECTION
RECEPTION
Room: Nikko, Peninsula
74.3
CONFLICT PROCESSES SECTION & FOREIGN
POLICY SECTION RECEPTION
Room: Hilton, East Lounge
74.4
FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY
RECEPTION
Room: Parc 55, Cyril Magnin Foyer
Co-sponsored by Political Studies Association

74.5
Room:
74.6
Room:
74.7
Room:

GAUS RECEPTION
Hilton, Franciscan B
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY WILF FAMILY
DEPARTMENT OF POLITICS RECEPTION
Hilton, Continental Parlor 1
RECEPTION FOR LGBT COMMITTEE, LGBT
CAUCUS, AND SEXUALITY & POLITICS
SECTION
Nikko, Carmel II
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 47: SEXUALITY AND
POLITICS
Co-sponsored by Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender
Caucus

74.8
Room:
74.9
Room:
74.10
Room:
74.11
Room:
74.12
Room:

RECEPTION HONORING TEACHING


Nikko, Golden Gate
UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER RECEPTION
Hilton, Continental Parlor 7
URBAN POLITICS SECTION RECEPTION
Nikko, Bay View
UW-MADISON POLITICAL SCIENCE
DEPARTMENT RECEPTION
Hilton, Continental Parlor 9
WOMEN IN THE PROFESSION RECEPTION:
WOMEN & POLITICS, WOMENS CAUCUS &
COMMITTEE
Nikko, Ballroom II

Daily Schedule

Friday, 7:30 PM to 8:30 PM

73.2

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS


Co-sponsored by Women's Caucus for Political Science

DAILY SCHEDULE

177

Friday, 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM

Friday, 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM


APSA Events
75.1
STANFORD POLITICAL SCIENCE RECEPTION
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 6

Friday, 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM


APSA Events
76.1
LEGISLATIVE STUDIES SECTION RECEPTION
Room: Nikko, Ballroom I

Friday, 8:00 PM to 9:30 PM


APSA Events
77.1
NEW POLITICAL SCIENCE SECTION
RECEPTION
Room: Hilton, Imperial B

Saturday, September 5, 2015


Saturday, 7:00 AM to 8:00 AM
APSA Events
78.1
2016 APSA DIVISION CHAIRS - PROGRAM
COMMITTEE MEETING
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlour 8
78.2
JOURNAL EDITOR'S BREAKFAST
Room: Parc 55, Stockton
78.3
POLITICS & GENDER JOURNAL EDITORIAL
BOARD MEETING
Room: Hilton, Green Room
78.4
PUBLIUS: THE JOURNAL OF FEDERALISM
EDITORIAL BOARD & ADVISORY COUNCIL
BREAKFAST MEETING
Room: Parc 55, Mission II
78.5
WOMEN'S CAUCUS FOR POLITICAL SCIENCE
BUSINESS MEETING
Room: Hilton, Vista

Saturday, 8:00 AM to 9:45 AM


Theme Panels
79.1
REALISM MEETS DELIBERATIVE
DEMOCRACY: DIVERSITY IN POLITICAL
THEORY
Room: Parc 55, Cyril Magnin I
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL
THEORY

Chair:
Part:

Simone Chambers, University of Toronto


Andrew Sabl, Yale University
Jane Mansbridge, Harvard Kennedy School
John S. Dryzek, University of Canberra
John N. Medearis, University of California, Riverside
Rahul Sagar, Yale NUS
APSA Events
80.1
BACKLASH AND MARRIAGE EQUALITY
LITIGATION
Room: Nikko, Carmel I
Chair: Charles Anthony Smith, University of California, Irvine
Part:
Thomas M. Keck, Syracuse University
Scott Barclay, Drexel University
Benjamin Bishin, University of California, Riverside
Andrew R. Flores, UCLA School of Law
Ellen Ann Andersen, University of Vermont
80.2
ETHICS COMMITTEE ROUNDTABLE
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 1
Chair: Macartan Humphreys, Columbia University

178

DAILY SCHEDULE

Part:

Darren Davis, University of Notre Dame


Shanto Iyengar, Stanford University
Brookes Brown, University of Virginia
Peregrine Schwartz-Shea, University of Utah
Theda Skocpol, Harvard University
80.3
MEET THE EDITORS (APSA)
Room: Nikko, Monterey II
Chair: John Ishiyama, University of North Texas
Part:
Barbara Walthall, APSA
80.4
RESEARCH SUPPORT SYMPOSIUM
Room: Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5
Chair: Kimberly A. Mealy, American Political Science
Association
Part:
Elizabeth Super, APSA
Lisa Garcia Bedolla, University of California, Berkeley
Brian D. Humes, National Science Foundation
Division Panels
DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT AND PHILOSOPHY:
HISTORICAL APPROACHES
81.1
ALEX GOUREVITCHS "FROM SLAVERY TO
THE COOPERATIVE COMMONWEALTH"
Room: Parc 55, Embarcadero
Chair: William Clare Roberts, McGill University
Part:
Alexander H. Gourevitch, Brown University
Jason Frank, Cornell University
Bryan Garsten, Yale University
John P. McCormick, University of Chicago
DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT AND PHILOSOPHY:
HISTORICAL APPROACHES
81.2
CREOLIZING LIBERTY: ROUNDTABLE ON NEIL
ROBERTSS "FREEDOM AS MARRONAGE"
Room: Parc 55, Divisadero
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF
POLITICAL THEORY

Chair:
Part:

Jane A. Gordon, University of Connecticut, Storrs


Charles W. Mills, Northwestern University
Juliet Hooker, University of Texas, Austin
George Ciccariello-Maher, Drexel University
James R. Martel, San Francisco State University
Neil Roberts, Williams College

DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT AND PHILOSOPHY:


HISTORICAL APPROACHES
81.3
HOBBES AND RELIGION
Room: Hilton, Union Square 1 & 2
Chair: Arthur Harold Williamson
Disc:
Arlene W. Saxonhouse, University of Michigan, Ann
Arbor
Arthur Harold Williamson
Papers: Making the Future Safe from Prophecy
Kinch Hoekstra, University of California, Berkeley
Hobbes's Scriptural Strategies
Alison McQueen, Stanford University
Hobbes's Strategy in Leviathan of Co-Opting
Apocalyptic Rhetoric
Benjamin Taylor Jones, Yale University, Political
Science Department
Hobbes and Faith in Context
Monicka B. Patterson-Tutschka, California State
University, Sacramento

Saturday, 8:00 AM to 9:45 AM

DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY


81.4
DOES CRITIQUE HAVE A FUTURE? A
QUESTION FOR POLITICAL THEORISTS
Room: Hilton, Franciscan A
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL
SCIENCE

Chair:
Part:

Nikolas Kompridis, Australian Catholic University


James Bohman, St. Louis University
Robert Nichols, University of Minnesota
Nikolas Kompridis, Australian Catholic University
Kevin Olson, University of California, Irvine

DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY


81.5
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE
Room: Nikko, Carmel II
Chair: Thomas L. Dumm, Amherst College
Disc:
Thomas L. Dumm, Amherst College
Papers: Losing the Revolutionary Tradition?: Liberal Authority
and Everday Resistance
Alisa Kessel, University of Puget Sound
Working Through the Past with Arendt and Adorno
Claudia Leeb, Washington State University
The Political Failures of Freedom
Kennan Ferguson, University of Wisconsin,
Milwaukee
From Ferguson to Copenhagen: Rage and the Politics of
Mourning
Shirin S. Deylami, Western Washington University
DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL THEORY
81.6
DIVERSE FAMILIES
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 5
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS

Chair:
Disc:

Patrick Peel, University of Montana


Patrick Peel, University of Montana

Papers: A Liberal Defense of Work-Family Balance Policies


Julie L. Rose, Dartmouth College
Behind the Veil - Justifying Burdens and Benefits in
Islamic Sexual Contracts
Helen Lindberg, Linnaeus University
Can Exit Rights Respond to the Diversity within
Household?
Fumio Iida, Kobe University
Donating, Democracy, and Intimate Politics
Jennifer C. Rubenstein, University of Virginia
DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL THEORY
81.7
RACE, GENDER, SEXUALITY, AND SEXUAL
AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN THE NBA AND
NFL
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 2
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 47: SEXUALITY AND
POLITICS

Chair:

DIVISION 4: FORMAL POLITICAL THEORY


81.8
DIFFERENT DYNAMICS OF INTERNATIONAL
RELATIONS
Room: Hilton, Franciscan B

Vanessa Lefler, Middle Tennessee State University


Max Blau Gallop
Vanessa Lefler, Middle Tennessee State University

Papers: A Sheep in Wolf's Clothing: Intragroup Politics and


International Intervention
Scott Tyson, New York University
Livio Di Lonardo, New York University
Alliance Formation in a Dynamic Security Enviornment
Emerson M. S. Niou, Duke University
Sean M. Zeigler, RAND Corp.
The Dynamics of the Diplomatic System
Brenton Kenkel, Vanderbilt University
War and Stability in Dynamic International Systems
Colin Krainin, University of Mannheim
Thomas Wiseman
The Spiral Model and the Shadow of the Future
Allan Anders Balsgaard, Department of Economics,
University of Copenhagen
DIVISION 5: POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY
81.9
THE EFFECTS OF MORAL JUDGMENTS
AMONG CITIZENS AND LEGISLATORS
Room: Parc 55, Davidson
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION

Disc:

Paul Goren, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

Papers: Moral Representation: Legislative Responsiveness to


Constituents Moral Concerns
Bradley Jones
The Effects of Moral Judgment on Political Attitudes
and Ideology
Scott Clifford, University of Houston
Unthinkable! How Citizens with Moralized Attitudes
Process Political Arguments
Timothy J. Ryan, UNC Chapel Hill
"Knowing" Right from Wrong: The Role of Moral
Confidence in Public Opinion
Christopher L. Weaver, University of Notre Dame
Preferring Sacrifice to Compromise: The Effects of
Absolutism on Attitudes
Kevin Arceneaux, Temple University
DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY
81.10
CLIENTELISM, DEMOCRACY AND PUBLIC
SPENDING
Room: Hilton, Union Square 15
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE
POLITICS OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE
DEMOCRATIZATION

Disc:

Cesi Cruz, University of British Columbia

Papers: Can Local Democracy Break the`Clientelism Curse?


Victoria Paniagua, Duke University
Friends with Benefits: Patronage Networks and Fiscal
Transfers in China
Junyan Jiang
Vote Buying or (Political) Business (Cycles) as Usual
Zareh Asatryan, ZEW Mannheim
Lusine Badalyan
Heterogenous Political Budget Cycles? Evidence from
Indonesia
Jan Henryk Pierskalla, The Ohio State University

DAILY SCHEDULE

Daily Schedule

Part:

Rachel Sanders, Portland State University Division of


Political Science
Ange-Marie Hancock, University of Southern California
Lester Kenyatta Spence, Johns Hopkins University
Shatema Threadcraft
Mark Golub
Elizabeth A. Sharrow, University of Massachusetts

Chair:
Disc:

179

Saturday, 8:00 AM to 9:45 AM

DIVISION 7: POLITICS AND HISTORY


81.11
HISTORICAL DEMOCRATIZATION: PARTIES,
PARLIAMENTS, AND CRISIS
Room: Nikko, Mendocino II
Disc:
Amel F. Ahmed, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Papers: Cabinet, Committees and Careers in 19th Century
France
Alexandra Cirone, London School of Economics;
Columbia University, New York
Brenda Van Coppenolle, London School of
Economics
Decide Early, Regret Later: A Path Dependent Approach
to Party Survivability
Matthias Dilling, Nuffield College, University of
Oxford
Succession orders and the development of representative
institutions
Jorgen Moller, University of Aarhus
Andrej Kokkonen, University of Gothenburg
The Growth of Electoral Accountability in Victorian
Britain
Christopher J. Kam, University of British Columbia
Weimar Constitutionalism, American Progressivism and
the Timing of Crisis
David Lebow
DIVISION 8: POLITICAL METHODOLOGY
81.12
PREDICTION
Room: Hilton, Union Square 3 & 4
Chair: Michael D. Ward, Duke University
Disc:
Michael D. Ward, Duke University
Benjamin J Radford
Papers: Improving Ecological Inference by Predicting Race from
Voter Registration Files
Kosuke Imai, Princeton University
Kabir Khanna, Princeton University
Predicting Civil Wars with Higher Order Interactions
Adeline Lo
Predicting Turnout from State Files: Overcoming Big
Data and Missing Histories
Corwin D. Smidt, Michigan State University
Question Content, Uncertainty, and Forecasting in
International Relations
Kathryn McNabb Cochran, American University
Michael Horowitz, University of Pennsylvania
Philip Tetlock, University of California, Berkeley
DIVISION 9: TEACHING AND LEARNING IN POLITICAL
SCIENCE
81.13
ASSESSING DIVERSITIES IN THE CLASSROOM
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 8
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 10: POLITICAL SCIENCE
EDUCATION

Chair:
Disc:

Jessica L. Lavariega Monforti, Pace University


Michael Strausz, Texas Christian University
Jeff R. DeWitt, Kennesaw State University

Papers: High-Impact Practices in the Political Science


Major:Effects on Student Learning
Fletcher McClellan, Elizabethtown College
Kyle Casimir Kopko, Elizabethtown College

180

DAILY SCHEDULE

How to Lose a Class in Ten Days: The Link between


Pedagogy and Student Retention
Eric Michael French, Oklahoma State University
Brendon Westler, Indiana University
Peer Instructions Impact on Student Learning: Evidence
from Five Large Courses
Maureen C. Feeley, University of California, San
Diego
Promoting Voice: Motivating Student Participation in
Diverse Classrooms
Edana Beauvais, University of British Columbia
Sule Yaylaci, University of British Columbia
News of the World: Teaching Media and Politics to the
Mass Millennials
Lori Cox Han, Chapman University
Brian R. Calfano, Missouri State University
DIVISION 10: POLITICAL SCIENCE EDUCATION
81.14
TEACHING ABOUT DIVERSITIES, POWER AND
DIFFERENCE
Room: Hilton, Mason Room
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 9: TEACHING AND
LEARNING IN POLITICAL SCIENCE

Chair:
Disc:

Yao-Yuan Yeh, University of California, Merced


Andra Olivia Miljanic
Arthur Sanders, Drake University

Papers: Librarians in the Midst: Improving Students Through


Collaborative Instruction
Vaughn P. Shannon
Amanda Shannon, Wright State University
Narrative, Visibility, and Invisibility in American
Government Textbooks
Scott Abernathy, University of Minnesota
Teaching Opinion Writing to Undergraduates: Writing
Before the Curriculum
Tom Rozinski, Touro College
The Problem of Student Resistance in Discussions of
Racism and Other Injustices
Matt S. Whitt, Thompson Writing Program, Duke
University
DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS
81.15
DEMOCRATIC SUPPORT
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 2
Chair: Gretchen G. Casper, Pennsylvania State University
Disc:
Gretchen G. Casper, Pennsylvania State University
Papers: Determinants of Support for Democracy in East Central
Europe: A SEM Approach
Bilyana Petrova, University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill
Kiran Auerbach, University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill
Heeding the Call? Muslim Support for Democracy and
the Caliphate System
Mujtaba Isani
Daniel Silverman, Ohio State University
Making Democratic Citizens: Pseudo-experimental Case
of North Korean Defectors
Aram Hur, Princeton University
Picky Progressive: Why Did MPs Support Some Aspects
of Democracy but not Others?
Laura Bronner, Department of Government, LSE

Saturday, 8:00 AM to 9:45 AM

DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS


81.16
MINORITY REPRESENTATION ACROSS
CONTEXTS
Room: Hilton, Imperial A
Chair: Simon Chauchard, Dartmouth College
Disc:
Simon Chauchard, Dartmouth College
Papers: The Leaky Pipeline in Female Political Representation in
the U.S.
Joshua L Kalla, University of California, Berkeley
Frances McCall Rosenbluth, Yale University
Rachel Anne Silbermann, Yale University
Dawn L. Teele, University of Pennsylvania
Gender and Political Dynasties
Olle Folke, Columbia University
Defending the Realm: The Appointment of Female
Defense Ministers Worldwide
Tiffany D. Barnes, University of Kentucky
Diana Z. O'Brien, Indiana University
Religious Parity, Gender Parity, and Muslim
Representation in Europe
Rafaela Dancygier, Princeton University
Do Politicians Discriminate against Migrants? A Field
Experiment in India
Nikhar Gaikwad, Yale University
Gareth Nellis, Yale University
DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS
81.17
REDUCING POLITICAL CORRUPTION
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 1
Chair: Daniel S. Treisman, University of California, Los
Angeles
Disc:
Daniel S. Treisman, University of California, Los
Angeles
Papers: Mobilizing the Middle: Will Indias Growing Class
Foster or Oppose Corruption?
Jennifer L. Bussell, University of California, Berkeley
Risky Ventures: Corruption and Risk-Taking among
Government Officials in Malawi
Brigitte Zimmerman, University of North CarolinaChapel Hill
Meritocratic Recruitment and High-level Corruption
Risks in Europe
Nicholas Charron, Goteburg University
Carl Dahlstrom, University of Gothenburg
Mihaly Fazekas, University of Cambridge
Victor Lapuente, Goteburg University
Does Democracy Kill Corruption? A Global Time-Series
Analysis with V-Dem Data
Kelly M. McMann, Case Western Reserve University
Jan Teorell, Lund University

DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING


COUNTRIES
81.19
STATE CAPACITY: CONCEPT, MEASUREMENT,
AND APPLICATIONS
Room: Parc 55, Powell I
Chair: Gustavo A. Flores-Macias, Cornell University
Disc:
Matthew A. Kocher, Yale University
Reo Matsuzaki, Trinity College
Papers: Surveying State Capacity: A new Approach to Assessing
Subnational Variation
Juan Pablo Luna, Instituto de Ciencia Poltica,
PUC-Chile
Hillel David Soifer, Temple University
Neither Dwarf nor Leviathan: Within-Country Variation
in State Capacity
Imke Harbers, University of Amsterdam
Infrastructure, Autonomy and a New Geography of State
Power: The Case of China
Daniel Koss, Harvard University
State Unevenness and Political Order in Colombia and
Mexico
Mariano Sanchez-Talanquer, Cornell University
Wars on Drugs and State Capacity in Latin America:
Evidence from Mexico
Gustavo A. Flores-Macias, Cornell University
DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES
81.20
STATE-BUSINESS RELATIONS IN THE 21ST
CENTURY: LESSONS FROM LATIN AMERICA
Room: Hilton, Sutter Room
Chair: Riitta-Ilona Koivumaeki, University of Texas, Austin
Disc:
Peter R. Kingstone, King's College London
Alison E. Post, University of California, Berkeley
Papers: Political Regimes and Performance Standards: Auto
Industry in Comp. Perspective
Andrew Schrank, Brown University
The Constraints of Radicalism: Politics of Expropriation
in Latin America
Riitta-Ilona Koivumaeki, University of Texas, Austin
Partners at Home and Abroad? The Brazilian
Development Bank and Domestic MNCs
Jazmin Sierra, Brown University
Ideological and Territorial Conflict in Post-Neoliberal
Latin America
Kent Eaton, University of California, Santa Cruz
Foreign Capital, Domestic Capital, and Elections in the
Developing World
Raphael Cunha, The Ohio State University

Papers: The Tenacity of Islamism: Authoritarianism and State


Support for Illiberal Islam
Scott W. Hibbard, DePaul University

DAILY SCHEDULE

181

Daily Schedule

DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS


81.18
THE STRATEGIC USE OF ISLAM BY MIDDLE
EASTERN REGIMES
Room: Hilton, Union Square 16
Chair: Kristin E. Fabbe, Harvard Business School
Disc:
David Siddhartha Patel, Crown Center for Middle East
Studies

The Failure of Political Islam Reloaded?


Massimo Ramaioli, Syracuse University
Islam and Political Capital: The Muslim Brotherhood
and the State in Egypt
Ahmed Morsy, American Political Science
Association
Religion, Sectarianism, and Democracy: Evidence from
Lebanon
Michael Thomas Hoffman, Princeton University

Saturday, 8:00 AM to 9:45 AM

DIVISION 13: THE POLITICS OF COMMUNIST AND


FORMER COMMUNIST COUNTRIES
81.21
PROPERTY RIGHTS AND GOVERNANCE IN
POST-COMMUNIST STATES
Room: Parc 55, Hearst
Chair: Alexei Trochev, Nazarbayev University
Disc:
Pauline Jones Luong, University of Michigan
Roger Schoenman, University of California, Santa Cruz
Papers: The Myth of Depoliticized Ownership in Postcommunist Political Economies
Andrew S. Barnes, Kent State University
Big business and the politics of wealth defense: The
case of Ukrainian oligarchs
Stanislav Markus, University of Chicago
Volha Charnysh, Harvard University
Ambiguities of Property: Contestation and Protracted
Lawfare in Kyrgyzstan
Regine A. Spector, University of Massachusetts
The Triple Threat to Property Rights Security
Jordan Luc Gans-Morse, Northwestern University
Land Rights and Local Governance Under Postcommunism
Margaret Hanson, The Ohio State University
DIVISION 15: EUROPEAN POLITICS AND SOCIETY
81.22
MIGRANTS AND MINORITIES IN
CONTEMPORARY EUROPEAN POLITICS
Room: Hilton, Union Square 19 & 20
Chair: Cristina I Dragomir
Disc:
Sofia A. Perez, Boston University
Papers: Easy Concession or Meaningful Representation?
Minority Women in French Politics
Amanda Garrett, New York University
Marching to the party? Anti-Islamic sentiment and
mobilization in Britain
Catherine Warrick, Villanova University
Media Portrayals of Minorities: Muslims in British
Newspapers
A. Maurits van der Veen, College of William & Mary
Erik J. Bleich, Middlebury College
Migrants in Search of a Machine: Immigrant Candidates
in Local Elections
Erica Dobbs, Swarthmore College
Policing Violent Actors: Hungary and Organized
Violence against Roma
Hadas Aron, Columbia University
DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY
81.23
A POTPOURRI OF PROBABLY PUBLISHABLE
PAPERS
Room: Parc 55, Mission II
Chair: Rachel Wellhausen, University of Texas at Austin
Disc:
Rachel Wellhausen, University of Texas at Austin
Papers: Economic Responses to War: Casualties and Consumer
Behavior
Sonal S. Pandya, University of Virginia
Adam Gregory Hughes, University of Virginia
The Political Compliance Cycle: Electoral Politics and
International Commitments
Tobias Hofmann, University of Utah

182

DAILY SCHEDULE

Immigration Policy Interdependence and the Geography


of Citizenship Regimes
Sarah J. Cormack-Patton, Stanford University
Jude C. Hays, University of Pittsburgh
Remittances are a Political Blessing and not a Curse
David H. Bearce, University of Colorado, Boulder
Seungbin Park, University of Colorado Boulder
DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY
81.24
POLITICAL ECONOMY IN THE RISE OF CHINA
AND INDIA
Room: Hilton, Franciscan D
Chair: Etel L. Solingen, University of California Irvine
Disc:
Etel L. Solingen, University of California Irvine
Papers: China versus India: Two Paths to Global Economic
Integration
Roselyn Hsueh, Temple University
Inventing with the Enemy? U.S. policy toward Chinese
and Indian human capital
Andrew Bingham Kennedy, Australian National
University
A Theory of Chinese Economic Statecraft
William J. Norris, Texas A&M University
Cooptation and the Returnees in China, with
Comparison to India
Min Ye, Boston University
The Political Economy of Partial Privatization in China
and India
Yu Zheng, Fudan University
DIVISION 17: INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION
81.25
NGOS IN INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION
Room: Hilton, Franciscan C
Chair: Brett Ashley Leeds, Rice University
Disc:
Geoffrey P.R. Wallace, Rutgers University
Papers: The Business of Human Rights: NGO Targeting of
Corporations
Laura Seago, University of Michigan
The Civil Society Crackdown: Explaining Legal
Restrictions Against NGOs
Suparna Chaudhry, Yale University
The Perfect Storm: Mass Media Influence on INGO
Responses to Natural Disasters
Anna Schrimpf, Princeton University
An Emerging Agenda: The World Bank and Roma
Melanie H. Ram, California State University, Fresno
INGO Centralization and Survival in IR
Elizabeth Bloodgood, Concordia University
International Aid NGOs: between Economic
Development and Human Rights
Junhyup Kim, Purdue University
DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
81.26
ECONOMICS AND INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
Room: Nikko, Mendocino I
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL
POLITICAL ECONOMY

Chair:
Disc:

Spencer D. Bakich, University of Richmond


Charles Eugene Gholz, University of Texas at Austin

Papers: Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap: The Global Arms Market
for Computer Hackers
Joseph Brown

Saturday, 8:00 AM to 9:45 AM

The Conflict-Trade Relationship: An Economic StabilityInstability Paradox?


Jonathan D. Caverley
Katrin Fraser Katz, Northwestern University,
Department of Political Science
The Economic Costs of Interstate Rivalry
Christopher Clary, MIT
International Institutions as Tools of Influence
Jane Vaynman, George Washington University
Central Bank Independence, Social Welfare Spending
and Diversionary Conflicts
Zhiyuan (Sebastian) Wang, Binghamton University
(SUNY)
DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
81.27
THE DYNAMICS OF RISE AND DECLINE
Room: Hilton, Van Ness Room
Papers: Modeling Reassurance under Shifting Power: Post-Cold
War Sino-Russian Relations
Michael A. Glosny
Rising Power, Creeping Jurisdiction: China, the US &
the EEZ
Isaac B. Kardon, Cornell University
Coercive diplomacy of a rising power: The Peoples
Republic of China, 1978-2012
Jeehye Kim
Retrenchment as a Screening Mechanism: Eliciting
Credible Signals during Decline
Brandon Yoder, National University of Singapore,
School of Public Policy
DIVISION 19: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY AND ARMS
CONTROL
81.28
DIVERSITIES RECONSIDERED: ARMS
CONTROL IN THE 21ST CENTURY
Room: Nikko, Monterey I
Chair: Gary J. Schaub, University of Copenhagen
Disc:
Stephen F. Burgess, U.S. Air War College
Papers: Conditional and Multiple Pathways of Interdependence
Between Military Budgets
Alexander Von Hagen-Jamar, NYU Shanghai
Engineering Norm Cascades in International
Humanitarian Law and Arms Control
Margarita H. Petrova, Institut Barcelona d'Estudis
Internacionals (IBEI)
Fueling the Fight?: Reexamining the Link between
Arming and War
Alex Antony, Indiana University
Multinational Arms Procurement: Principals, Agents,
Collective Action, and Scale
Gary J. Schaub, University of Copenhagen
Arming for Respect: How Status Inconsistency Affects
Arms Buildups
Aaron Shreve

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL


SECURITY
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 19: INTERNATIONAL
SECURITY AND ARMS CONTROL
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES

Chair:

Scott D. Sagan, Stanford University

Scott D. Sagan, Stanford University

Papers: Perceptions of Nuclear Use and U.S. Non-Proliferation


Efforts
Nicholas Anderson, Yale University
Alexandre Debs, Yale University
Nuno P. Monteiro, Yale University
What Do Nuclear Weapons Offer States?
Mark S. Bell
Measuring the Strength of the NPT
Jacques E.C. Hymans
Yoshiko M. Herrera, University of Wisconsin,
Madison
U.S. Nonproliferation Policy and the Origins of Nuclear
Sharing, 1956-60
Nicholas Miller, Brown University
Preventing Nuclear Escalation in Conventional Wars
Caitlin Talmadge, George Washington University
DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY
81.30
THE DOMESTIC POLITICS OF CHINESE
FOREIGN POLICY
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 3
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE
POLITICS OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

Chair:
Disc:

Thomas J. Christensen, Princeton University


Xiaoyu Pu, University of Nevada, Reno

Papers: Authoritarian Audiences in Intl Crises:A Real-history


Survey Experiment in China
Jessica Chen Weiss, Yale University
Allan Dafoe, Yale University
Shifting Balance of Power and The Domestic Politics of
Foreign Threat Perception
George Yin
Negotiating with China on Its "Core Interests":
Successes and Failures in Coercion, Bargaining and
Persuasion"
Patricia M. Kim, Princeton University
Taming The Mekong: A Frontier in China's`Selective
Sovereignty'
Andrew S. Erickson, Naval War College
Austin Michael Strange
The Dangers of Recurrent Tensions
Ja Ian Chong, National University of Singapore
Todd H. Hall, University of Oxford
DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES
81.31
DIVERSITY OF CONFLICT: LEGAL VERSUS
MILITARIZED DISPUTES
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 3
Chair: Kenneth A. Schultz, Stanford University
Disc:
Lauren Peritz, University of California, Davis
Kenneth A. Schultz, Stanford University
Papers: Conflict Resolution and the Law of the Sea
Aslaug Asgeirsdottir, Bates College
Bargaining in the Shadow of Maritime Law Adjudicators
Emilia Justyna Powell, University of Notre Dame
Protecting Trade By Legalizing Political Disputes
Christina Davis, Princeton University
Julia C. Morse, Princeton University
Historical Boundaries and Economic Exchange
David B. Carter, Princeton University
Scott Abramson, University of Rochester

DAILY SCHEDULE

183

Daily Schedule

DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY


81.29
CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF NUCLEAR
WEAPONS PROLIFERATION
Room: Hilton, Union Square 21

Disc:

Saturday, 8:00 AM to 9:45 AM

Diplomacy and Military Coercion in International


Disputes
Shuhei Kurizaki, Waseda University
Conceptualizing and Analyzing Stable Interstate Peace:
A Quantitative Approach
Lukas Kasten, Tbingen University
DIVISION 22: LEGISLATIVE STUDIES
81.32
DETERMINANTS OF ROLL-CALL VOTING IN
CONGRESS
Room: Hilton, Lombard Room
Chair: Boris Shor, Georgetown University
Disc:
Boris Shor, Georgetown University
Jeffery A. Jenkins, University of Virginia
Papers: Senate Elections and Taming the 'Mischievous Effects of
a Mutable Government'
Benjamin Marshall Gruenbaum, Harvard University
Strategic Voting and Electorally Threatened Legislators
Justin Kirkland, University of Houston
Jeffrey J. Harden, University of Colorado Boulder
Legislative Holdouts
Daniel M. Butler, Washington University in St. Louis
Sarah Anderson, University of California, Santa
Barbara
Laurel Harbridge, Northwestern University
Did Tea Party change the Republican Party in the U.S.
Congress?
Hong Min Park, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Joseph L. Smith, University of Alabama
Richard C. Fording
Social Welfare, Civil Rights, and Political Parties in the
20th Century Congress
Erik J. Engstrom, University of California, Davis
Robert Huckfeldt, University of California, Davis
Fan Lu, University of California, Davis
Michael D Nash, UC Davis
DIVISION 22: LEGISLATIVE STUDIES
81.33
POLITICS OF THE HOUSE AND SENATE FLOOR
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 9
Chair: Gregory Koger
Disc:
Gregory Koger
Jamie L. Carson, University of Georgia
Papers: Amending Activity and the Shifting Dimensions of
Partisan Conflict in Congress
Nicole Asmussen, Oakland University
Minority Party Influence on Issue Attention in the U.S.
House of Representatives
Tyler Hughes, California State University, Northridge
Mostly Unanimous Consent? Complex UCAs in the U.S.
Senate
Nicholas Howard, University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill
The Silenced Senate: the House Amending Advantage in
Appropriations
Peter Hanson, University of Denver
The Public Buildings Boom: Distributive & Partisan
Politics in Congress
Charles J. Finocchiaro, University of South Carolina
DIVISION 23: PRESIDENTS AND EXECUTIVE POLITICS
81.34
PRESIDENTS IN CONTEXT: POLITICAL TIME
AND POLARIZATION
Room: Hilton, Powell Room

184

DAILY SCHEDULE

Chair:
Disc:

Lara Michelle Brown, The George Washington


University
Bruce Buchanan, University of Texas, Austin
Stephen Weatherford, University of California - Santa
Barbara

Papers: Restoration Politics in the 20th Century: The Case of


Warren G. Harding
David A. Crockett, Trinity University
Assessing President Obamas Place in Political Time
Curt Nichols, Baylor University
Presidents and the Politics of Polarization
B. Dan Wood, Texas A&M University
Soren Jordan
Kelly Arndt
Polarized Public Opinion and Presidential Success in
Congress
Jon R. Bond, Texas A&M University, College Station
Jeffrey E. Cohen, Fordham University
Helping Which Part of the Party? Presidential Party
Fundraising, 1977-2014
Brendan J. Doherty
DIVISION 24: PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
81.35
POSTER SESSION: PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
Room: Hilton, Grand Ballroom
Papers: Assessing the Presidents OMB Review of Government
Regulations
Simon F. Haeder, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Institutional Racism, Social Justice and Public Policy
James D. Ward, Mississippi University for Women
Is Diversity Management effective?Comparing
Difference among Ethnic Groups
Roger Qiyuan Jin
Administrative Structure, Financial Sustainability of
Local Capital Markets
Heidi Jane M. Smith, George Mason University
Sanghee Park
DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY
81.36
POSTER SESSION: PUBLIC POLICY
Room: Hilton, Grand Ballroom
Disc:
Hongtao Yi, The Ohio State University
Papers: A Million Monkeys at a Million Keyboards? Big Data
and Salient Rulemakings
Gabriel J. Michael
Alyx Mark
Congressional Cues: Singaling Policy and Political
Information in 140 Characters
Annelise Russell, University of Texas, Austin
How do policy memes spread? A contagion analysis of
the UK House of Commons
Stefano Gurciullo
Ideological Diversity and Policymaking in the United
States
Alexander Bolton, Princeton University
Information v Ideology: Recognizing (Government)
Benefits in the Submerged State
Mallory SoRelle, Cornell University
Delphia Shanks-Booth, Cornell University
Innovation, Cooperation, and the Structure of
Agricultural Information Networks
Michael A. Levy, UC Davis
Mark N. Lubell, University of California, Davis

Saturday, 8:00 AM to 9:45 AM

Keys to Success in Implementing the ACAs Health


Insurance Marketplaces
Amber Joy Joiner, PhD candidate at the University
of Nevada, Reno
Learning from Success? Contextual Diffusion of Active
Labor Market Policies
Jan Helmdag, University of Greifswald
Policy Diffusion in Brazil and the USA: Process, Actors
and Institutions
Denilson Bandeira Coelho, Universidade de Brasilia
Shaping the Agenda: A Text Analysis Approach to
Measuring Group Influence
Travis Johnston, University of California, Berkeley
The Polarizing Power of Information on Public Pensions
John Edward Brooks, UC Berkeley
Differential Strategies: Lobbying in the Agriculture
Subsystem
Clare Brock, University of Texas, Austin
DIVISION 26: LAW AND COURTS
81.37
POSTER SESSION: ANOTHER BRICK IN THE
WALL
Room: Hilton, Grand Ballroom
Papers: Advice & Consent: Semi-Automated Text Analysis of
Judicial Confirmation Hearings
Ryan Hubert, University of California, Berkeley
James Hicks, University of California, Berkeley
Comparing Judiciaries Cross Nationally: The
Opportunity/Willingness Framework
Monica Lineberger, University of South Carolina
Elections, Public Awareness, and Judicial
Decisionmaking
Jay Krehbiel, Washington University in St. Louis
Interest Group Influence on Senators Position-Taking in
Court Confirmations
Stephanie Burkhalter, Humboldt State University
Joice Chang, Humboldt State University
Mapping Legislators' Time Variant Preferences for
Judicial Independence
Amanda Driscoll
Chris Hanretty, University of East Anglia
Limits on Justice: Executive Influence on State Court
Criminal Decision
Thomas Gray, University of Virginia
DIVISION 27: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW AND
JURISPRUDENCE
81.38
POSTER SESSION: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
AND JURISPRUDENCE
Room: Hilton, Grand Ballroom
Disc:
Kenneth L. Manning, University of Massachusetts,
Dartmouth

DIVISION 38: POLITICAL COMMUNICATION


81.40
POSTER SESSION: POLITICAL
COMMUNICATION
Room: Hilton, Grand Ballroom
Papers: Experimenting Deliberative Democracy in China
Kaiping Chen, Stanford University
Power & Counter-Power in the 2014 Hong Kong
Protests
Colin Agur, Yale Law School
Nick Frisch, Yale University
A Time Series Analysis of Blacks in Prime Time TV &
Public Opinion on Race
Ken Mulligan, Southern Illinois University,
Carbondale
Its Not Just a Joke: How Sitcoms Affect Support for
Womens Rights
Nathaniel Swigger, Ohio State University
The Consistency of U.S. Senate Campaign Messages
Matthew Bergbower, Indiana State University
Electoral Effects on Expressive Polarization in Political
Rhetoric
stonegarden grindlife, UCLA
Tolerance for Political Incivility: The Role of Gender,
Ideology, and Media Use
Robin Stryker, University of Arizona
J. Taylor Danielson, University of Arizona
Bethany Anne Conway, University of Arizona

DAILY SCHEDULE

185

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Papers: Avoiding the Choice: Institutional Realism and


Formalism in Public Law
Jonathan Sidney Gould
Jeffersonian Reconstitution in the American States
Robinson Woodward-Burns
Life Atop the Wall: Strict-Separationism and the
Regulatory State
Robert Burton
Testing Supreme Court Oral Arguments for Bias Using
Linguistics-Based Cues
James ben-Aaron

DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION


81.39
POSTER SESSION: PUBLIC OPINION
Room: Hilton, Grand Ballroom
Papers: Authoritarianism and Public Opinion on Church and
State
Jeremiah Castle, University of Notre Dame
Geoffrey C. Layman, University of Notre Dame
Bridging the Offline-online Gap in Social Media
Research
Gonzalo Rivero, YouGov
Can Citizens Care Too Much? Investment and Electoral
Legitimacy
Andrew M. Daniller, University of Pennsylvania
Compassionate Rhetoric and Public Opinion on Health
Care
Meri Long, Vanderbilt University
Inequality, the Culture War, and the Urban-Rural
Cleavage in America
Marcos Menchaca, University of California, Los
Angeles
Measuring Biblical Interpretation and Its Influence on
Political Attitudes
Andrew R. Lewis, University of Cincinnati
Stephen T. Mockabee, University of Cincinnati
Tolerating Europe: An Experimental Study
Amanda Marziliano, Rutgers University
When in Rome: The Need for Better Localization in
Cross-national Survey Research
Wenshuo Zhang, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign
Exploring Putin's Approval Ratings During the
Ukrainian Crisis 2014
Kirill Kalinin, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Saturday, 8:00 AM to 9:45 AM

All About the Right: American Christians' Expression of


the Hostile Media Effect
Michael W. Wagner, University of Wisconsin,
Madison
Amanda Friesen, Indiana University-Purdue
University at Indianapolis
The Effects of Social Media and Mobile Apps on
Political Participation in Taiwan
Yi-Ning Katherine Chen, National Chengchi
University
DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL SCIENCE
81.41
POSTER SESSION: NEW POLITICAL SCIENCE
Room: Hilton, Grand Ballroom
Disc:
Sean Parson, Northern Arizona University
Papers: Queer(ing) Marx: A Queer Reading of Marx's On the
Jewish Question
Matt James Evans, Northwest Arkansas Community
College
Hydraulic Fracking, Masculinity, and Domestic Violence
in South Texas
Brooke H. Mascagni, Texas A&M University,
Kingsville
Back to the Medina: Gentrification, Citizenship and
Capital in Marrakesh
Khalid Madhi, The University of Illinois at Chicago
Political Science in the world of Politics: Do we matter?
Phillip J. Ardoin, Appalachian State University
DIVISION 40: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND
POLITICS
81.42
POSTER SESSION: INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY AND POLITICS
Room: Hilton, Grand Ballroom
Papers: Cascading Activation Model in the Digital Sphere; The
case of Twitter and #ISIS
Javier Lesaca
Cyber-Diffusion and Perceptions of Female Political
Leadership in the MENA
Ammar Shamaileh, Florida State University
Overtime Relation between Online and Offline Political
Participation among Youth
Yunhwan Kim
Silvia Russo
Erik Amn
WebStyle: Congress, Religion, and the Web
Marija Bekafigo, University of Southern Mississippi
Molly Jaye McGuffee
DIVISION 48: HEALTH POLITICS AND HEALTH POLICY
81.43
POSTER SESSION: HEALTH POLITICS &
HEALTH POLICY
Room: Hilton, Grand Ballroom
Papers: Catholics, Liberal Protestants, and American Health Care
Policy
Skylar Covich, University of California, Santa
Barbara
Federal Pressure and the Politics of State Price
Transparency Innovations
Philip B. Rocco, University of Pittsburgh Schools of
Health Sciences
Alex Waddan, University of Leicester
No Use Saying "We are Doing our Best": Women's
representation via health policy
Justine G.M. Ross, University of California, Riverside

186

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DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY


81.44
POLICYMAKING IN AMERICAN FEDERALISM
Room: Parc 55, Balboa
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 28: FEDERALISM AND
INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS

Chair:
Disc:

Jameson W. Doig, Dartmouth College


Carol S. Weissert, Florida State University
Tim J. Conlan, George Mason University

Papers: Intergovernmental Delegations and Roll-Call Voting on


Federal Grant Programs
Pamela Clouser McCann, University of Southern
California
Anthony Michael Bertelli, New York University
Where She Lives: Federalism and Gender Equality in
the United States
Wendy J. Schiller, Brown University
Kaitlin Sidorsky, Brown University
Organizing for Education in Philadelphia
Marissa Martino Golden, Bryn Mawr College
Rand Quinn, University of Pennsyvlania
Win Win: Balancing Merit and Equity in a Politicized
Federal Grant Competition
Sara E. Dahill-Brown, Wake Forest University
DIVISION 26: LAW AND COURTS
81.45
CREAM PUFF WAR: COURTS AND
INTERBRANCH RELATIONS
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 7
Chair: Dennis J. Coyle, Catholic University of America
Disc:
Miranda Yaver, Washington University in St. Louis
Lori J. Hausegger, Boise State University
Papers: Courts, Deference, and Bureaucratic Decisionmaking
Rachel Augustine Potter, University of Virginia
Mr. Synar Goes to Court: Members of Congress Before
the Supreme Court
Christopher B. Brough, Northern Illinois University
Separation of Powers Dysfunction on Trial
Jasmine Farrier, University of Louisville
J. Mitchell Pickerill, Northern Illinois University
The Motivating and Constraining Factors of
Congressional Court-Curbing
Lisa Hager, Kent State University
Going Public To Influence Judicial Decisions
Paul M. Collins, University of Massachusetts,
Amherst
Matthew Eshbaugh-Soha, University of North Texas
DIVISION 26: LAW AND COURTS
81.46
SUB-NATIONAL AND CROSS-REGIONAL
APPROACHES TO COMPARATIVE PUBLIC LAW
Room: Hilton, Taylor Room
Chair: Martin Shapiro, University of California, Berkeley
Disc:
Martin Shapiro, University of California, Berkeley
Papers: Under Their Own Laws: Judicial Decentralization in
Lebanon and Malawi
Emma Hayward, University of Pennsylvania
Bringing Home Rome: Explaining the Domestication of
the Rome Statute of the ICC
Michael Patrick Broache, University of Tampa
The Origins and Development of Affirmative Action in
Comparative Perspective
Stephan Stohler, SUNY, University at Albany

Saturday, 8:00 AM to 9:45 AM

Who are Judicial Decisions for? The Global


Community of Law in Southern Africa
Peter Brett
The Structure of Global Constitutionalism
David S. Law, Washington University, St. Louis
DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS
81.47
GENDER QUOTAS I: ADOPTION AND
IMPLEMENTATION
Room: Nikko, Ballroom III
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND
ELECTORAL SYSTEMS

Chair:
Disc:

Farida Jalalzai, Oklahoma State University


Farida Jalalzai, Oklahoma State University
Christina Xydias, Clarkson University

Papers: Gender Quotas & Women's Candidacies


Louise K. Davidson-Schmich, University of Miami
Dept. of Political Science
Gender Quotas in Single-Member District Electoral
Systems
Gabrielle Bardall, Universit de Montreal
Skye Sinclair Christensen, UNDP
Legislating for Gender Quotas in Ireland
Fiona May Buckley, University College Cork
Yvonne Galligan, Queen's University Belfast
Claire McGing, Maynooth University
Quota and Non-quota Strategies in Local Parliaments in
Japan and Korea
Jiso Yoon, University of Kansas
Relying on Men: On Gender Quotas and Candidate
Selection Processes in Pakistan
Mariam Mufti, University of Waterloo

Sacred or Strategic? State Regulation of Religion Across


Religious and Secular Regimes
Ani Sarkissian, Michigan State University
Mr. Morsis Machine: Mobilizing the Vote in Egypts
2012 Presidential Election
Steven Brooke, John F. Kennedy School of
Government, Harvard University
State Capacity and Resistance to Religious Mobilization
David T. Buckley, University of Louisville
DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND ELECTORAL
SYSTEMS
81.50
CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF PERSONAL
REPRESENTATION VOTING RULES
Room: Hilton, Union Square 14
Chair: Josep M. Colomer, Georgetown University
Disc:
Josep M. Colomer, Georgetown University
Papers: Two-Party Electoral Rolls: Municipal STV Adoption by
American Cities, 1900-50
Jack Santucci, Georgetown University
How Were They Chosen & Did They Matter? Electoral
Systems in the Arab Spring
John M. Carey, Dartmouth College
Tarek E. Masoud, Harvard University
Andrew S. Reynolds, University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill
Electoral Systems, The Personal Vote and The Provision
of Local Goods
Juan Munoz-Portillo, University of Cambridge
How Preferential Voting Affects Minority
Representation in local govt.
Richard E. Matland, Loyola University, Chicago
DIVISION 35: POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS AND
PARTIES
81.51
PARTY SYSTEM POLARIZATION IN
COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE
Room: Hilton, Union Square 24
Disc:
Jay K. Dow, University of Missouri, Columbia

Papers: Minority Communities and Law Enforcement Political


Socialization
Marcela Garcia-Castanon, San Francisco State
University
Hannah Walker, University of Washington
The Uncredibles: Radical Groups, Respectability, and
Identity-based Activism
Tamar Malloy, University of North Carolina, Chapel
Hill
Mallory SoRelle, Cornell University
Felon Power: Mass Incarceration, Prison
Gerrymanders, and Imprisoned Democracy
Christina Rivers, DePaul University

Papers: Campaign Finance Regulations and Party System


Polarization in Global Context
Joshua D Potter, Louisiana State University
Political Polarization: Assessing Concepts and
Measurements
Charla S Waeiss, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign
Kelly Senters
Putting Polarization in Historical Perspective
Jeff Selinger, Bowdoin College
The Median Voter and Non-Centrist Parties: The
Foundations of Party Polarization
James E. Campbell, University at Buffalo, SUNY
Policy Convergence? Party Competition in the Context
of the Financial Crisis
Denise Traber, University of Zurich

DIVISION 33: RELIGION AND POLITICS


81.49
THE LIMITS OF RELIGIOUS POLITICS
Room: Hilton, Union Square 23
Chair: David T. Buckley, University of Louisville
Disc:
Anna M. Grzymala-Busse, University of Michigan, Ann
Arbor
Papers: Temptation and Transformation: Religious Parties in
Power in Mexico and Turkey
Luis Felipe Mantilla, University of South Florida St
Petersburg

DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND VOTING BEHAVIOR


81.52
ONLINE AND OFFLINE POLITICAL
PARTICIPATION AND THEIR CONSEQUENCES
FOR DEMOCRACY
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 4
Chair: Carole Jean Uhlaner, University of California, Irvine
Disc:
Rachel K. Gibson, University of Manchester

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DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND POLITICS


81.48
POLITICAL PROTEST AND SOCIALIZATION IN
RACIAL/ETHNIC MINORITY COMMUNIITIES
Room: Hilton, Union Square 17 & 18
Disc:
Loan K. Le, Institute for Good Government and
Inclusion

Saturday, 8:00 AM to 9:45 AM

Papers: Substitution v Expansion: Contrasts between Offline and


Online Participation
Russell J. Dalton
Internet Use and Campaign Participation Among Young
People
Ian McAllister, Australian National University
Back to Democracy: the 4th Phase of Political
Campaigning
Andrea Roemmele, Hertie School of Governance
Dirk von Schneidemesser, Hertie School of
Governance
Internet, Participation and Democratic Support: An
Analysis of Panel Data
Jill Sheppard, The Australian National University
Conceptualizing Digitally Networked Political
Participation
Yannis Theocharis, University of Mannheim
DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND VOTING BEHAVIOR
81.53
POLITICAL INTEREST, ENGAGEMENT, AND
KNOWLEDGE
Room: Parc 55, Fillmore
Chair: Adam J. Berinsky, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology
Disc:
Michael X. Delli Carpini, University of Pennsylvania
Papers: Do Elections Raise Political Interest?
Markus Prior, Princeton University
Silenced and Ignored: How Voter Lists Keep People and
Opinions out of Politics
Bradley T Spahn, Stanford University, Department of
Political Science
Simon D. Jackman, Stanford University
How to Move Beyond the Fatal Flaws of Common
Political Knowledge Measures
Arthur Lupia, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
The Nitty Gritty: The Unexplored Role of Motivation
and Grit in Civic Engagement
Sunshine Hillygus, Duke University
John Boschen Holbein, Duke University
Steven Andrew Snell, Duke University
Macrointerest and Politics
David A. M. Peterson, Iowa State University
Kyle L. Saunders, Colorado State University
Scott D. McClurg, Southern Illinois University,
Carbondale
Joanne Miller, University of Minnesota
DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND VOTING BEHAVIOR
81.54
VOTER REFORM AND SUPPRESSION
Room: Hilton, Continental Parlor 7
Chair: Ben Highton, University of California, Davis
Disc:
Costas Panagopoulos, Fordham University
Papers: A Reassessment of the Turnout Effects of Election
Reforms in the American States
Daniel A. Smith, University of Florida
Michael P. McDonald, University of Florida
The Negative Effect of Voter ID Laws on Hispanic (and
Democratic) Turnout
Zoltan L. Hajnal, University of California, San Diego
Nazita Lajevardi, UCSD
The Two Income-Participation Gaps
Christopher Ojeda, Pennsylvania State University

188

DAILY SCHEDULE

Voter Suppression or Voter Fraud in the 2014 US


Elections
Pippa Pippa Norris, Harvard University
Holly Ann Garnett, McGill University
Why the Sky didnt Fall: Voter ID Laws and
Participation
Nicholas A. Valentino, University of Michigan, Ann
Arbor
Fabian Guy Neuner, University of Michigan, Ann
Arbor
DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION
81.55
SOCIAL CONTEXT, POLITICAL BEHAVIOR AND
PUBLIC OPINION
Room: Parc 55, Market Street
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 50: POLITICAL NETWORKS

Chair:
Disc:

Joshua Robison, Aarhus University, Department of


Political Science
Betsy Sinclair, Washington University in St Louis
Patrick Tucker, Washington University in St Louis

Papers: Online Paths to Politics: Digital Social Capital & Youth


Political Participation
Joseph Kahne, Mills College
Benjamin T. Bowyer, Mills College
Political Talk, Socio-Political Contexts and Political
Mobilization
Anne Schaefer, University of Mannheim
Rudiger Schmitt-Beck, University of Mannheim
Putting Politics in Place: Defining the Neighborhood in
Public Opinion Research
Todd Makse, Florida International University
Scott Louis Minkoff, SUNY, New Paltz
Anand Edward Sokhey, University of Colorado,
Boulder
Would You Like to Know More? Selection,
Socialization, and Veterans' Preferences
Tyson Chatagnier, Vanderbilt University
Jonathan David Klingler, Toulouse School of
Economics
DIVISION 38: POLITICAL COMMUNICATION
81.56
MEDIA UNDER AUTOCRACY: COMPARING
RUSSIA, CHINA, EGYPT, SYRIA AND
AZERBAIJAN
Room: Parc 55, Sutro
Chair: Margaret E Roberts, University of California, San Diego
Disc:
Martin Dimitrov, Tulane University
Anne-Marie S Brady, --University of Canterbury
Papers: Different Modes of Authoritarianism: Critical Journalists
in China and Russia
Maria Repnikova, University of Pennsylvania
Authoritarian Internet Policy: Reigning in the Networks
in Putins Russia
Jaclyn Kerr
Authoritarianism2.0: Social Media and Political
Discussion in China
Daniela Stockmann, Leiden University
Ting Luo, Leiden University
The Media Ecosystem of the Arab Uprisings
Marc Lynch, George Washington University
Deen G. Freelon, American University
Sean Aday, George Washington University

Saturday, 8:00 AM to 9:45 AM

Social Media and Political Opposition in Azerbaijan


Katy Pearce, University of Washington, Department
of Communications
Farid Guliyev, Jacobs University Bremen
DIVISION 38: POLITICAL COMMUNICATION
81.57
ORGANIZATIONAL FORMS AND DYNAMICS IN
DIGITAL MEDIA ENVIRONMENTS
Room: Hilton, Union Square 22
Chair: Bruce Bimber, University of California, Santa Barbara
Disc:
David A. Karpf, George Washington University
Papers: Digital Formations of the Powerful and the Powerless?
Saskia Sassen, Columbia University
From Boots to Bytes: Offline and Online Political
Repression around the Globe
Jennifer Earl, University of Arizona
Digital Activists Without Borders
Steven L. Livingston, George Washington University
Patrick Meier, Qatar Computing Research Institute
Information Activism in Contemporary Protest Politics
Max Halupka, ANZSIG Institute for Governance
Michael J. Jensen, University of Canberra
DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL SCIENCE
81.58
WORK, WAGES & HEALTH: WHAT'S THE
STATE GOT TO DO WITH IT?
Room: Hilton, Union Square 25
Co-sponsored by Labor Project
Co-sponsored by Poverty, Inequality, and Public Policy
Caucus

Chair:
Disc:

Maggie Gray, Adelphi University


Maggie Gray, Adelphi University
Kim Geron, California State University, East Bay

Papers: Gender Inequality in the State: Women and Access to


Skills
Isabella Alcaniz, GVPT, University of Maryland
Maxing Out the Minimum Wage in Indonesia
Teri L. Caraway, University of Minnesota, Twin
Cities
Michele Ford
Toward a New Theory of Deterrence: Co-production of
Labor Standards in the US
Janice R Fine, Rutgers University-New Brunswick
The Health of the Immigrant Communities in the United
States: Current Challenges
Richard Huizar, William Paterson University
How Does Policy Affect Mass Politics? Evidence from
Community Action Agencies
Ryan LaRochelle, Brandeis University
DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE DEMOCRATIZATION
81.59
ECONOMIC INEQUALITY, IDENTITY, AND
DEMOCRATIZATION
Room: Hilton, Union Square 13
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY

Gretchen G. Casper, Pennsylvania State University


Emmanuel Teitelbaum, George Washington University
Gretchen G. Casper, Pennsylvania State University

Papers: Patrimonialism, Democracy, Economic Well-being in


Contemporary Latin America
Agustina Giraudy, American University
Jonathan Hartlyn, University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill

DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE DEMOCRATIZATION


81.60
NEW DIRECTIONS IN THE STUDY OF
ELECTORAL AUTHORITARIANISM
Room: Parc 55, Mission I
Chair: Paul J. Schuler, University of Arizona
Disc:
Ellen M. Lust, University of Gothenburg
Papers: Political Participation and the Survival of Electoral
Authoritarian Regimes
Ora John Reuter, University of Wisconsin,
Milwaukee
Autocratic Ruling Parties and Strategic Democratization
Michael K. Miller, George Washington University
Sources of Authoritarian Durability in the 20th and 21st
Centuries
Lucan A. Way, University of Toronto
Jean Lachapelle, University of Toronto
Equilibrium Party Hegemony
Milan Svolik, Yale University
The Cross- and Sub-national Effect of Oil on Elections
in Multiparty Autocracies
Michael Wahman, University of Missouri
Matthias Basedau, GIGA German Institute of Global
and Area Studies
DIVISION 45: HUMAN RIGHTS
81.61
COMPLIANCE WITH THE INT'T HUMAN
RIGHTS REGIME
Room: Parc 55, Stockton
Chair: Beth A. Simmons, Harvard University
Disc:
Mark P. Gibney, University of North Carolina-Asheville
Papers: The Implementation of Human Rights Treaties
Rosa Aloisi, Trinity University
Civil Society Mobilization and International Human
Rights Court Effectiveness
Jillienne Haglund, University of Kentucky
Complexity and Compliance in the Inter-American
Human Rights System
Cristiane Carneiro, University of Sao Paulo
Simone Wegmann, University of Geneva
The Trials of Peace: Prosecutions & Conflict Recurrence
in Post-Conflict States
Geoff Dancy, Tulane University
Eric Wiebelhaus-Brahm, University of Arkansas at
Little Rock
Friends as Advocates: Explaining NGO Participation
at International Tribunals
Paul Strauch, Yale Law School
Brian D. Greenhill, Dartmouth College

DAILY SCHEDULE

189

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Chair:
Disc:

Economic Inequality and Democracy: A Micro-Level


Analysis of Preferences
Martha Wilfahrt, Northwestern University
Natalie Wenzell Letsa, Cornell University
Inequality, Democratization and the Arab Spring: A
Mixture Model Approach
Robert Kubinec, University of Virginia
Patron Saints? Religious Change and Democratization in
Sub-Saharan Africa
Elizabeth S. Sperber, New York University
The Three Democratic Waves in Latin America during
the XX and XXI Centuries
Jesus Tovar, Asociacin Mexicana de Ciencias
Polticas (AMECIP)

Saturday, 8:00 AM to 9:45 AM

DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE METHODS


81.62
INNOVATIONS IN CROSS-CASE COMPARATIVE
METHODS
Room: Hilton, Golden Gate 6
Chair: Sean Tanner, University of California, Berkeley
Disc:
Sean Tanner, University of California, Berkeley
Papers: The Demand for Social Welfare: Employer or Employee
Driven? A Natural Experiment
Christian Rudolf Thauer, The Hebrew University of
Jerusalem
Transnational Comparison and the Problem of Nested
Spatial Variation
Jefferey M. Sellers, University of Southern California
Willing to Pay? Tax Compliance in Britain and Italy: An
Experimental Analysis
Sven Steinmo, European University Institute
Assessing Secession in Eurasia through Qualitative
Comparative Analysis
Scott G. Feinstein, University of Florida
DIVISION 51: EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH
81.63
EXPERIMENTS ON CAMPAIGNS & ELECTIONS
Room: Parc 55, Powell II
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND
VOTING BEHAVIOR

Chair:

Jacob M. Montgomery, Washington University in St.


Louis
Papers: Can Republican African Americans win African
American Votes? A Field Experiment
David Niven, University of Cincinnati
Mobilizing for Medicaid: Pocketbook v. Socio-tropic
Appeals
Florian Foos, University of Zurich
Policy Deliberation and Voting Behavior
Daniel Rubenson, Ryerson University
Leonard Wantchekon
Gabriel Lopez-Moctezuma, Princeton University
Cecilia Pe Lero, University of Notre Dame
When Trust Drowned: Waves of Blame in the 2006
Swedish Parliamentary Election
Lina Monica Eriksson
The Media Effects of Romneys 47% Comment:
Evidence From a Natural Experiment
Eunji Kim, University of Pennsylvania
DIVISION 52: MIGRATION AND CITIZENSHIP
81.64
DIVERSITY AND THE POLITICS OF
IMMIGRANT SELECTION
Room: Parc 55, Mason
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE, ETHNICITY AND
POLITICS

Chair:
Disc:

Cybelle Fox, University of California, Berkeley


Caleb Yong, Harvard University
Cybelle Fox, University of California, Berkeley

Papers: Race, Gender, Class, Disability and the Ethics of


Immigrant Selection
Antje Ellermann, University of British Columbia
Agustin Alonso Goenaga Orrego, University of
British Columbia
Can You Become One of Us? Legal Selection of
Assimilable Immigrants
David Scott FitzGerald, UC San Diego
David Cook-Martn, Grinnell College

190

DAILY SCHEDULE

Securitizing Immigration Policy and Race-Based


Exclusion
Patti Tamara Lenard, University of Ottawa
The Politics of Immigration Control Policy in Western
Europe
Kimberly J. Morgan, George Washington University
Ties that Bind: Families, Skills, and the Politics of Legal
Immigration
Daniel Tichenor
Related Groups
82.1
CLAREMONT INSTITUTE FOR THE STUDY OF
STATESMANSHIP AND POLITICAL
PHILOSOPHY: ROUNDTABLE ON THE WORK
AND LEGACY OF HARRY V. JAFFA
Room: Hilton, Continental Ballroom 6
Chair: Elizabeth E. Spalding, Claremont McKenna College
Part:
Edward J. Erler
Matthew J. Franck, Witherspoon Institute
John Marini, University of Nevada, Reno
Michael P. Zuckert, University of Notre Dame
82.2
ERIC VOEGELIN SOCIETY: ROUNDTABLE ON
VOEGELINS LATE MEDITATIONS AND ESSAYS
Room: Parc 55, Cyril Magnin II
Chair: Michael Franz, Loyola University Maryland
Part:
Glenn Hughes, St. Mary's University
Barry Cooper, University of Calgary
David J. Walsh, Catholic University of America
William Petropulos, Retired
Paul E. Kidder, Seattle University
82.3
INDIGENOUS STUDIES NETWORK: AMERICAN
INDIAN TRIBAL NATIONS: SOVEREIGNTY,
POWER, AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL
RELATIONS
Room: Hilton, Imperial B
Chair: Laura E. Evans, University of Washington
Papers: Turning the Tables: Tribal Nations Coopting the
Powerful
Moroni Benally, University of Washington
American Indian Voter Turnout
Frederick J. Boehmke, University of Iowa
Disclaiming Sovereigns in the Forced Federalism Era
Joshua Johnson, Washington University in St. Louis
Richard C. Witmer, Creighton University
Chief Wilma Mankiller: Rebuilding the Cherokee Nation
Donna Langston Martinez, university of colorado
denver
82.4
INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE
STUDY OF GERMAN POLITICS:
CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN GERMAN