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How Metaphysics Matters to Political Theory: The Norm of Human Dignity in Contemporary World Politics

January 14, 2011

Stephen Salkever (Bryn Mawr College) Sidney Smith Hall, Room 3130

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Competitive Authoritarianism: Hybrid Regimes after the Cold War

January 14, 2011

Lucan Way  (University of Toronto) Sidney Smith Hall, Room 3130

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Al Qaeda's War on the Danish Cartoons: a Retrospective

January 14, 2011

Jytte Klausen (Brandeis University) Sidney Smith Hall, Room 3130 Co-sponsored by the Collaborative Program in Book History and Print Culture

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On Non-domination

January 14, 2011

Ian Shapiro (Yale University) Flavelle Hall, Basement Room C Co-sponsored by the University of Toronto School of Law

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A Joint Book Launch Celebration

January 14, 2011

Ronald Beiner, Civil Religion: A Dialogue in the History of Political Philosophy (Cambridge University Press, 2011) Ran Hirschl, Constitutional Theocracy (Harvard University Press, 2010) Sidney Smith Hall, Room 3130 A wine and cheese reception follows the seminar from 4:00 – 5:00 p.m. in Room 3037 (Political Science Lounge) See event flyer

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Do Beliefs Constrain the Attitude of Policy Makers?

January 14, 2011

Éric Montpetit (Université de Montréal) Sidney Smith Hall, Room 3130

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The Subnational Opposition to Latin America's Left Turn: Conflicts over Recentralization in Bolivia, Ecuador and Venezuela

September 17, 2010

Kent Eaton (University of California, Santa Cruz) “The Subnational Opposition to Latin America’s Left Turn: Conflicts over Recentralization in Bolivia, Ecuador and Venezuela” Sidney Smith Hall Room 3130

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CANCELLED – Understanding Global Politics: A Case for Metaphysically Informed Political Theory

September 17, 2010

Stephen Salkever (Bryn Mawr College) “Understanding Global Politics:   A Case for Metaphysically Informed Political Theory” Sidney Smith Hall Room 3130

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The Political Economy of Financial Development in Southeast Asia

September 17, 2010

Thomas Pepinsky (Cornell University) “The Political Economy of Financial Development in Southeast Asia” Munk Centre Room 208N Co-sponsored by the Asian Institute and the Southeast Asia Group

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The Economic Records of the Presidents: Party Differences and Inherited Economic Conditions

September 17, 2010

James Campbell (SUNY – Buffalo) “The Economic Records of the Presidents:  Party Differences and Inherited Economic Conditions” Sidney Smith Hall Room 3037 (note change of location) Co-sponsored by the Centre for the Study of the United States This event is free and open to the public.

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