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All lectures will be held from 12:40 p.m. to 1:35 p.m.
Dr. Claire Rasmussen, Associate Professor, UD POSCIR
"In the Age of Legitimate Rape: On Truth and Lies in a Sexual Sense"
Dr. Ben Sehnert, Visiting Assistant Professor, Oberlin College; Visiting Scholar, UD POSCIR
“Waiving the Right to Have Rights: An Analysis and Critique of Arendt's Global Ethics”
Dr. Jamie Hagan, Lecturer, Queen’s University Belfast and British Academy Innovation Fellow
“Queers for Peace: Stories Past and Present of Queer Feminist Peace Activism”
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Monday, February 13: Dr. Ñusta Ko, Assistant Professor, School of Public and International AffairsUniversity of Baltimore“Then, There were the Children…”Gore 217
Wednesday, March 1: Dr. Lindsay Hoffman, Associate Professor, UD Dept. of Communication and Associate Director, Center for Political Communication"Getting Students Invested in Campus Dialogue"Gore 320
Wednesday, April 5: Dr. Daniel Armani, Assistant Professor, Lerner College of Business and Economics“A Positive Analysis of Normative Values”Gore 320
Wednesday, May 3: Dr. Nicolas Papanastasopoulos, Fulbright Visiting Scholar"US Grand Strategy in the Eastern Mediterranean in the Biden Era"
September 7: Dr. Sergei Kostiaev, visiting assistant professor at the University of Delaware.
“Easing Restrictions on ACA-Exempt Short-term Health Plans: Implications for ACA Marketplace Premiums and Uninsured Rates, 2014 to 2021"
October 5: Dr. Lauren Balasco, associate professor, Stockton University.“Accounting for Permanent Security: The Light and Shadow of Transitional Justice"
November 9: Dr. Shahab Khan, visiting Fulbright Scholar. “The Geopolitical Crisis in the Indo-Pacific Region"
November 30: Dr. Lindsay Hoffman, UD Department of Communication"Operationalizing and Evaluating Civil Discourse Interventions on College Campuses"
David Redlawsk and Jiwon Nam, "The Use of Moral
Foundations Language by Presidential Candidates", Friday, February
11, 12:15-1:15 pm, Zoom
David Redlawsk and Annemarie Walter, “How Multiple Identities Affect Voters' Responses to Politicians' Moral Violations." Wednesday, March 17, 12:15 - 1:20 PM, Zoom
Daniel Green, "The Order Project Approach to IR History, with Case (France vs.Britain, 1849-67)." Wednesday, April 21, 12:15 - 1:20 PM, Zoom
Vladimir Medenica, Wednesday, May 5, 12:15 - 1:20 PM, Zoom
Dr. Casey Dominguez , Dr. Jamil Scott, Dr. Seth Masket, and Dr. Liliana Mason, "Roundtable on the 2020 Presidential Election" Friday, November 20th, 3:30-5:00pm
Candis Watts Smith, "Who Stands a Chance?: Disparate Worldviews on the Social Constructions of Target Population" Wednesday, December 9, 12:15-1:30pm
Stuart Kaufman, "The Case for Integrative Pluralism in International Relations Theory." Wednesday, February 19, 12:15 - 1:20 PM, Sharp Lab 103
Nancy Boyer, "Building Democracy and Leading a Revolution in Culture"- POSTPONED until Fall
Annemarie Walter, (Visiting Scholar, University of Nottingham) Wednesday, May 6, 12:15 - 1:20 PM, Sharp Lab 103
Richard Chasdi, "Multinational Corporation Security: a collection of
three essays" Monday, February 25, 12:15 - 1:15 PM, Gore Hall 222
Lenka Hrbková, "Polarization in the Czech multi-party system:
Towards conceptualization and measurements of societal polarization", Wednesday, March 13, 12:15 - 1:15 PM, Gore Hall 222
Dan Green, "Understanding the Origins of the New Imperialism, 1865-1880: An Order Project Approach" Wednesday, April 10, 12:15 - 1:15, Gore Hall 222
Lilliana Mason, "Uncivil Agreement: How Politics Became Our
Identity" Wednesday, April 24, 12:15 -1:15, Gore Hall 222
Joanne Miller , " Why do People Believe Conspiracy
Theories?" Wednesday, May 8, 12:15 - 1:15, Gore Hall 222
Zhiyong Hu, "India's Look East Policy and Its
Influence" Monday, September 10, 12:15-1:10pm, Ewing Hall Room
Ted Davis, "Politics, Race and America’s Enduring
Dilemma: How the Politics of Public Education Maintains Racial
Disparities." Wednesday, October 3, 12:30-1:30 pm, Alison Hall Room
"Quantifying Gerrymandering: Separating Natural Bias from Partisan Bias in
Redistricting" Thursday, October 25, 12:15 - 1:10 pm, Sharp Lab Room 123
Michael Habegger and Tobias Lemke, "Russian
disinformation campaigns in the digital age: the influence of @RTenfrancais and
@sputnik_fr in the 2017 French Presidential Election" Monday, 5
November,12:15-1:10 pm, 115 Gore Hall
Wednesday, April 25, 12:15 - 1:30 pm: Ted Davis (006 Willard Hall) "Racial Disparities in Educational Outcomes”
Wednesday, April 18, 12:15 - 1:30 pm: Brian Babcock-Lumish (230 Lerner Hall) "Uninformed, not Uniformed? American Civil-Military Relations in the 21st Century"
Wednesday, May 16, 12:15 - 1:30 pm: Flavio Hickel, Jr. (230 Lerner Hall) "Making America Exceptional Again: Donald Trump’s Civil Religious Political Base”
Monday, September 11, 12:15 - 1:15pm, Sharp Lab
116: Flavio Hickel, Jr. "Who is Civil Religious Reconsidered"
4, from 12:15 - 1:20 pm, Sharp Lab 116: Saleem Ali "The
Conundrum of Natural Resource Governance: Planetary Politics in a Parochial
Wednesday, November 1, 2017 12:15 - 1:15 pm, Sharp Lab 116: Noelle Brigden "The Migrant Passage: Clandestine Journeys
from Central America"
Wednesday, Nov 15, 2017 12:15 - 1:15 pm , Sharp Lab 116: Brian Babcock-Lumish "Uninformed, not Uniformed?: American
Civil-Military Relations in the 21st Century"
Wednesday September 7, 2016 : Dr. John D. Ciorciari
"Difficult Dances: Sovereignty-Sharing Arrangements in Fragile or Failing States"
Wednesday October 5, 2016 12:15-1:30 pm, Memorial Room 037: Dr. Kassra A. R. Oskooii
"Assessing the Mechanism Linking Societal & Political
Discrimination to (Dis)Engagement"
Monday October 31, 2016 12:15-1:30 pm, Memorial Room 037: Dr. David P. Redlawsk
"Social Cues and Political Information: Dynamic Studies of
Voter Decision Making"
Wednesday November 30, 2016 12:15-1:30 pm, Gore Hall Room 116: Dr. Annemarie Walter
"The Effectiveness of Negative Campaigning in a Multiparty System"
Wednesday February 24, 2016 : Dr. Jason Mycoff
"Congressional Committees and Jurisdictional Change"
Wednesday April 6, 2016 : Dr. Wayne Batchis
"The Right’s First Amendment: The Politics
of Free Speech & the Return of Conservative Libertarianism"
Wednesday May 11, 2016 : Dr. Elaine Salo
"Caster Semenya - the ancients would have called her god. International sports ethics, the remaking of sex
and the art of silence"
Wednesday September 30, 2015 : Dr. Benjamin Bagozzi
"The Politics of Government Responsiveness: Evidence from 900,000 Public Information Requests in
Wednesday October 28, 2015 : Dr. Stuart Kaufman
Wednesday December 2, 2015 : Dr. Matthew Weinert
"Making Human: World Order and the Global Governance of Human Dignity"
Wednesday February 25, 2015 : Dr. Mark Miller
"Old and New Worlds: Two Centuries of Transatlantic Mass Migrations and the Genesis of the
Western Conglomerate State"
Wednesday March 11, 2015 : Dr. Daniel Kinderman
"On the Politics of Corporate Accountability and Upward Regulatory Harmonization: The Case of
EU Sustainability Reporting".
Wednesday April 8, 2015 : Dr. Daniel Green and Tobias Lemke
"Civilizing Europe: The Paradoxes of a Liberal Standard of Civilization in the Mid-Nineteenth
Wednesday May 13th, 2015 : Dr. Vasabjit Banerjee – Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
"Peasant Rebels and International Capital: Britain and the Formation of the Post-1979 Zimbabwean Regime"
Wednesday October 1st, 2014 : Dr. Julio Carrion and Dr. Lauren Balasco
"Citizen Insecurity in Latin America: The Impact of Crime on Support for Democracy"
Wednesday October 22nd, 2014 : Dr. Daniel Green & Tobias Lemke
"The Functioning of International Cultural Hierarchies: A Liberal Standard of Civilization in Europe, 1846-1856"
Wednesday November 5th, 2014 : Dr. Kara Ellerby
"(RE)framing Gender Equality: It's not Gender, It's Not Equality"
Wednesday December 3rd, 2014 : Dr. Jennifer Lobasz
"Somaly Mam's Lies and the 'Truth about Trafficking'"
Wednesday February 26th, 2014 : Dr. Elaine Salo
"Gender Mainstreaming in African water policies: a means to equity and better access or a tale of confusion?"
Wednesday April 9th, 2014 : Dr. Muqtedar Khan
"Islam as Identity: After One Hundred Years of Islamic Revivalism"
Wednesday April 30th, 2014 : Dr. Daniel Kinderman
"POSCIR in the US after the end of the Cold War"
Wednesday October 9th, 2013 : Dr. William Meyer
"Testing Theories of Labor Rights and Development"
Wednesday October 30th, 2013 : Dr. Stuart Kaufman
"Asymmetric and Hybrid Warfare"
Wednesday November 6th, 2013 : Dr. Ted Davis
"The Politics of Inclusion"
Wednesday November 30th, 2013 : Dr. Daniel Green
"Recent Attacks on Constructivism: A Reasonable Response"