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Research in Political Science: an event celebrating published works in 2017

February 9, 2018 at 2:30 PM to 4:00 PM

Location:A602 Loeb Building

The Department of Political Science and the Bell Chair in Canadian Parliamentary Democracy Present:

Research in Political Science: an event celebrating works published in 2017

Have you ever wondered what kinds of books/articles professors in Political Science write? Come and find out. Political Science faculty who have had books/articles published in 2017 will speak to what animates their research at a special seminar celebrating our research achievements, including presentations from:

Stephen Azzi: “Political Time in a Westminster Democracy: The Canadian Case.” American Review of Canadian Studies 47, no. 1 (March 2017): 19–34.

William Cross, 2017. “Electoral System Reform: Implications for Intra-Party Democracy,” in Andrew Potter, Daniel Weinstock and Peter Loewen, eds., Should we Change how we Vote?  Evaluating Canada’s Electoral System (Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press).

Piotr DutkiewiczMapping a New World Order: The Rest Beyond the West, Vladimir Popov & Piotr Dutkiewicz (Eds.), Edgar Edward Publishing, 2017

Randall Germain: “The Political Economy of Currency Internationalization: the case of the RMB”, Review of International Studies, Vol. 43, no. 4 (2017): 765-87 [with Herman Mark Schwartz].

Jonathan Malloy: “Political opportunity structures, evangelical Christians and morality politics in Canada, Australia, and New Zealand” Australian Journal of Political Science 52:3 (August 2017).

James Meadowcroft and Daniel J. Fiorino (eds.), Conceptual Innovation in Environmental Policy, MIT Press, 2017. (Hb and Pb: pp, 362)

Mira Sucharov: , “Feeling My Way Along the Seam Line of Jerusalem,” Journal of Narrative Politics 3, 2 (Spring 2017)

White, Stephen E. “Canadian Ethnocultural Diversity and Federal Party Support: The Dynamics of Liberal Partisanship in Immigrant Communities.” PS: Political Science & Politics 50:3 (2017).