Recent Faculty Presentations
July 2012 - December 2012
Alice Ba. “ASEAN-Driven Regionalism: The Politics of Institutional Divergence and Convergence in the Asia Pacific,” Invited Speaker, Doctoral School on Latin American, European, and Comparative Regionalism, United Nations University and Universidad Andina Simon Bolivar, Quito, Ecuador, 20 July 2012.
Alice Ba. “Working Toward the ASEAN Community in 2015: the United States, ASEAN and EAS Perspectives,” Invited Panel Presenter, The United States, ASEAN, and East Asia Summit Strategic Dialogue Symposium (US Department of State, ASEAN Studies Center at American University, and the Asia Foundation), at the ASEAN Studies Center at American University, Washington, DC, 26 September 2012.
Alice Ba. "Recent Developments in the South China Sea: Continuity and Change," (with Ian Storey), Invited paper presented at Fourth International Workshop - The South China Sea: Cooperation for Regional Security and Development, Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam (Diplomatic Academy of Viet Nam and Viet Nam Lawyers Association), 19-21 November, 2012,
Wayne Batchis. "Political Change and the First Amendment: A Return to Conservative Libertarianism,” Mid-Atlantic Law & Society Association Conference, Philadelphia, PA, 19-20 October, 2012.
Wayne Batchis. "The Right’s First Amendment: Understanding Free Speech & Conservatism,” Loyola University Chicago School of Law, Third Annual Constitutional Law Colloquium, Chicago, IL, 2-3 November, 2012.
Gretchen Bauer, “The Emergence of Women Chiefs in Botswana: Substantive and Symbolic Representation Effects,” annual meeting of the African Studies Association, Philadelphia, 1 December, 2012.
Janet Johnson. “Air Pollution and the Natural Gas Industry,” Western Energy Policy Research Conference, Boise, 30-31 August, 2012.
Janet Johnson. “Agenda Setting and the Politics of Marcellus Shale,” Western energy Policy Research Conference, Boise, 30-31 August, 2012.
Kyong-Min Son. "Democratic Disaffection: Arendt between Heidegger and Marx," 10th Annual Meeting of the Association for Political Theory, Columbia, NC, October 2012.
Matthew Weinert. “Making Human through International Criminal Law,” International Studies Association-Northeast, Baltimore, Maryland, November 2012.
David Wilson. “Thinking about Racial Attitudes,” Racial Attitudes and Identities Network (RAIN) Meeting, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA October, 2012.