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2009 APSA Annual Meeting Schedule

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Claremont Institute Program
American Political Science Association Annual Meeting
Toronto, September 3-6, 2009

 

 

 

 

Unless otherwise noted, Claremont Institute panels take place in room Confederation 5 at the Fairmont Royal York.

 

Same-Sex “Marriage” in the U.S. and Canada:

Legal Controversies and Evolving Paradigms

Thursday, September 3, 8:00 


Chair: Matthew J. Franck, Radford University

Panel: Robert P. George, Princeton University

Bradley C.S. Watson, St. Vincent College

Frank Guliuzza, Weber State University

Christopher Wolfe, Marquette University

Hadley Arkes, Amherst College

 

The State of Academic Free Speech in Canada and the U.S.

Thursday, September 3, 10:15 am

Chair: Luigi Bradizza, Salve Regina University

Panel: James R. Stoner, Louisiana State University

Clifford Orwin, University of Toronto

Janet Ajzenstat, McMaster University

Barry Cooper, University of Calgary

 

Islam and the West

Thursday, September 3, 2:00 pm

Chair: Thomas Karako, Kenyon College

Panel: Brian T. Kennedy, Claremont Institute

Daveed Gartenstein-Ross, Foundation for the Defense of Democracies

Stuart Gottlieb, Yale University

Thomas Joscelyn, The Long War Journal

Kalil Habib, Salve Regina University

 *Note: This panel takes place in the Alberta Room at the Fairmont Royal York.

 

The New Deal and Its Legacy

Thursday, September 3, 2:00 pm

Chair: William Morrisey, Hillsdale College

Papers: Joseph Postell, Heritage Foundation

Donald Brand, College of the Holy Cross

Ryan P. Williams, Claremont Graduate University

Discussants: Steven D. Ealy, Liberty Fund

William Morrisey, Hillsdale College

 

Abraham Lincoln and the American Progressive Movement

Thursday, September 3, 4:15 pm

Chair: John B. Kienker, Claremont Review of Books

Papers: Ronald J. Pestritto, Hillsdale College

John Marini, University of Nevada, Reno

David Alvis, Wofford College

Jason Jividen, University of Saint Francis

Discussants: Herman Belz, University of Maryland

David K. Nichols, Baylor University

 

Abraham Lincoln: The 200th Anniversary of his Birth

Friday, September 4, 8:00 am

Chair: Joseph R. Fornieri, Rochester Institute of Technology

Panel: Joseph R. Fornieri, Rochester Institute of Technology

Philip G. Henderson, Catholic University

Ethan Fishman, University of South Alabama

Lucas E. Morel, Washington and Lee University

Herman Belz, University of Maryland

 

Leo Strauss’s “What is Political Philosophy?”: 50th Anniversary

Friday, September 4, 10:15 am

Chair: Ronald J. Pestritto, Hillsdale College

Panel: Peter Augustine Lawler, Berry College

Daniel Tanguay, University of Ottowa

Michael P. Zuckert, University of Notre Dame

James W. Ceaser, University of Virginia

 

Cicero’s Political Philosophy

Friday, September 4, 2:00 pm

Chair: Luigi Bradizza, Salve Regina University

Papers: Timothy W. Caspar, Hillsdale College

Richard J. Dougherty, University of Dallas

Kathleen Arnn, Claremont Graduate University

Xavier Marquez, Victoria University of Wellington

Discussants: Walter J. Nicgorski, University of Notre Dame

James H. Nichols, Claremont McKenna College

 

Roundtable on the Obama Administration: First Seven Months

Friday, September 4, 4:15pm

Chair: John B. Kienker, Claremont Review of Books

Panel: Brian T. Kennedy, Claremont Institute

Charles R. Kesler, Claremont Review of Books

Hadley Arkes, Amherst College

James W. Ceaser, University of Virginia

 

The Recent Term of the U.S. Supreme Court

Saturday, September 5, 8:00 am

Chair: Ryan P. Williams, Claremont Graduate University

Panel: Robert Alt, Heritage Foundation

David R. Upham, University of Dallas

Ralph A. Rossum, Claremont McKenna College

Anthony A. Peacock, Utah State University

Thomas Karako, Kenyon College

 

The American Founders and Free Speech

Saturday, September 5, 10:15 am

Chair: Larry Greenfield, Claremont Institute

Papers: Edward J. Erler, California State University, San Bernardino

Jeffrey Sikkenga, Ashland University

Christopher C. Burkett, Ashland University

Discussants: Phillip Muñoz, University of Notre Dame

Montgomery B. Brown, Earhart Foundation

 

Tocqueville after 150 Years: What is Alive and What is Dead in the Political Philosophy of Tocqueville?

Saturday, September 5, 2:00 pm

Chair: Paul A. Rahe, Hillsdale College

Panel: Harvey C. Mansfield, Harvard University

Daniel J. Mahoney, Assumption College

John Marini, University of Nevada, Reno

Cheryl B. Welch, Simmons College

Paul A. Rahe, Hillsdale College

 

Liberty and Human Nature in Modern Political Philosophy

Saturday, September 5, 4:15 pm

Chair: Kathleen Arnn, Claremont Graduate University

Papers: Scott E. Yenor, Boise State University

David Azerrad, University of Dallas

Peter McNamara, Utah State University

Discussants: Ralph Hancock, Brigham Young University

Michael P. Zuckert, University of Notre Dame

 

The Place of Nobility in the Thought of Aristotle, Aristophanes, and Xenophon

Sunday, September 6, 8:00 am

Chair: William Morrisey, Hillsdale College

Papers: Wayne Ambler, University of Colorado

Erik Dempsey, University of Texas, Austin

Eric Buzzetti, Concordia University

Discussants: Catherine H. Zuckert, University of Notre Dame

David Davies, University of Dallas

 

The Conservative Movement and the Legacy of William F. Buckley, Jr.

Sunday, September 6, 10:15 am

Chair: Larry Greenfield, Claremont Institute

Panel: Charles R. Kesler, Claremont Review of Books

Michael M. Uhlmann, Claremont Graduate University

William Voegeli, Claremont Review of Books

John J. Pitney, Jr., Claremont McKenna College