Panel Name$Panel Time$Panel Description$Panelist Info

Modern$Friday, September 09 2016 at 10:12AM$$Anonymous $Roslyn McCloud $Fx Drapeau $Michael Simrak $Anonymous $Anonymous $Jennifer Gabel $LaSonya Thompson $Anonymous $Shaivya Verma $Heather Katz $Anonymous $James Hedrick $SIT Custom Programs $Hazem Salem $Florencia Gabriele $Florencia Gabriele $Jill Greenlee $Nels Frantzen $Keegan Callanan $Mary Tower $John Berg $Elliot Jerry $Joseph Ratel $Don Desserud $Marc Sable $Esther Jack $Esther Jack-Vickers $Test Tester $Tosin Akande $PPPA-3 Major Issues in Public Policy$Thursday, November 10 2016 at 08:45AM$Room -- Gardner Panel Chair -- John Kilwein, West Virginia University, jkilwein@wvu.edu Panel Discussant -- Courtney Broscious, Eastern Connecticut State University, brosciousc@easternct.edu $Kattalina Berriochoa $Anthony Del Signore $Christopher Mcmillan $SooJin Song $Linda St.Cyr $IR-2 Creating Civilization - Social Policy and Human Rights to Address Injustice$Thursday, November 10 2016 at 08:45AM$Room -- Hawthorne Panel Chair -- Miguel Glatzer, LaSalle University, glatzer@lasalle.edu  Panel Discussant -- Louise Stanton, New Jersey City University,  lstanton@njcu.edu $Jordy Barry $Koop Berry $Carlyn Jorgensen $PISE-3 Holding Politicians Accountable $Thursday, November 10 2016 at 10:30AM$Room -- Lowell Panel Chair -- Maria Snegovaya, Columbia University, ms4391@columbia.edu Panel Discussant -- Maria Snegovaya, Columbia University, ms4391@columbia.edu $Nicholas Charron $Bosko Picula $PPPA-1 Roundtable - Is Administrative Law Unlawful?$Thursday, November 10 2016 at 10:30AM$Room -- Longfellow Moderator -- Donald Brand, College of the Holy Cross, dbrand@holycross.edu Additional Proposed Members: 1. Joe Postell, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs 2. Gary Lawson, Boston University 3. RJ Pestritto, Hillsdale College 4. Greg Burnep, College of the Holy Cross  $Don Brand $Joseph Postell $CPT-3 Foucault, Anarchy, and Biopolitics$Thursday, November 10 2016 at 10:30AM$Room --  Alcott A Panel Chair -- Romulus Maier, University of Connecticut, rommaier@gmail.com Panel Discussant -- Adam Sandel, Harvard University, asandel@fas.harvard.edu $Attila Antal $Laci Hubbard-Mattix $Kristopher Klotz $John McMahon $IP-3 Gendered Politics (Cosponsored by the Women's Caucus)$Thursday, November 10 2016 at 10:30AM$Room --  Brandeis   Panel Chair -- Chad Hankinson, Oklahoma State University, chad.hankinson@okstate.edu Panel Discussant -- Jyl Josephson, Rutgers University, jylj@rutgers.edu $Claire Gothreau $Young-Im Lee $Mette Marie Stæhr Harder $CP-6 Comparative Studies of the Consequences of Public Policy$Thursday, November 10 2016 at 10:30AM$Room -- Stowe Panel Chair -- Azzedine Layachi, St. John's University, LAYACHIA@stjohns.edu Panel Discussant -- Andrea Kent, West Virginia University, Andrea.Kent@mail.wvu.edu  $Laura Blume $Fred Cocozzelli $Miguel Glatzer $Azzedine Layachi $Claire Seungeun Lee $IR-8 Conflict, Security, and Terrorism$Thursday, November 10 2016 at 10:30AM$Room -- Hawthorne Panel Chair -- Peter Richardson, Northeastern University, p.richardson@neu.edu  Panel Discussant -- Peter Richardson, Northeastern University, p.richardson@neu.edu $Kathryn Lambert $Ivelin Sardamov $Averell Schmidt $CP-4 Issues in Latin American Politics$Friday, November 11 2016 at 08:45AM$Room -- Stowe  Panel Chair -- Tony Spanakos, Montclair State University, spanakos@gmail.com Panel Discussant -- Frank Le Veness, St. John’s University, LEVENESF@stjohns.edu Panel Discussant -- E. Brooke Harlowe, Lock Haven University, bharlowe@lhup.edu $Mneesha Gellman $EP-2 The Political Dynamics of Risk, Hazards, and Crisis Governance in Environmental Politics$Thursday, November 10 2016 at 10:30AM$Room -- Hutchinson Panel Chair -- Kevin Donnolley, Bridgewater State University, kevin.donnolley@bridgew.edu Panel Discussant -- Kevin Donnolley, Bridgewater State University, kevin.donnolley@bridgew.edu While social scientists have long explored the political dimensions of large-scale emergencies, a coherent network of political scientists dedicated to the study of risks, hazards, and crisis has crystallized in the last few decades. These individuals span virtually every subfield of the discipline, from international relations to public policy, public administration to comparative politics. With an eye toward this thriving substream of research, the proposed panel investigates the governance of risk and hazards. Papers will specifically examine risk and hazard governance from an environmental policy perspective, underscoring the various discursive, structural, and political mechanisms that drive policy change in an array institutional settings.$Guy Bellino $Christopher Bosso $Rob DeLeo $AMPP-3 Law, Freedom, and Utopia in Herodotean Political Thought$Thursday, November 10 2016 at 10:30AM$Room -- Holmes  Panel Chair -- Norma Thompson, Yale University, norma.thompson@yale.edu Panel Discussant -- Ann Ward, University of Regina, ann.ward@uregina.ca $Thornton Lockwood $Lindsay Mahon $Sydnor Roy $Joel Alden Schlosser $AMPP-15 Politics, Religion, and questions of the good life in Plato and Aristotle$Thursday, November 10 2016 at 10:30AM$Room -- Alcott B Panel Chair -- Alex Priou, Tulane University, apriou@tulane.edu Panel Discussant -- Seth Appelbaum, Tulane University, sethappelbaum@gmail.com $Alejandro Castrillon $Garrett FitzGerald $Elizabeth Goyette $Sabrina Little $PCP-1 Socialization, Social Movements, Moral Challenges: Law and Order, Local News, Robots, Monsters, Trump, and Roth$Thursday, November 10 2016 at 10:30AM$Room -- Gardner Panel Chair -- Alison Dagnes, Shippensburg University, addagn@ship.edu  Panel Discussant -- Michelle Pautz, University of Dayton, mpautz1@udayton.edu $Kimberly Bergendahl $Kenneth Dautrich $Fletcher McClellan $Charles Rubin $Matthew Stein $Danilo Yanich $AMPP-2 Understanding Ancient Law and the Regime$Thursday, November 10 2016 at 02:00PM$Room -- Alcott A Panel Chair -- Peter Ahrensdorf, Davidson College, peahrensdorf@davidson.edu Panel Discussant -- Tim Spiekerman, Kenyon College, spiekermant@kenyon.edu $Timothy Burns $John Hungerford $Lisa Leibowitz $Amy Nendza $CPT-1 Rethinking Nietzsche$Thursday, November 10 2016 at 02:00PM$Room -- Brandeis Panel Chair -- Elizabeth Amato, Gardner Webb University, eamato@Gardner-Webb.edu Panel Discussant -- Nathan Orlando, Baylor University $Clinton Condra $Rodney Gill $Sid Simpson $Alicia Steinmetz $IR-5 Theory and its Application in International Relations$Thursday, November 10 2016 at 02:00PM$Room -- Hawthorne Panel Chair -- Michael Grossman, University of Mount Union, grossmmo@mountunion.edu Panel Discussant -- Michael Grossman, University of Mount Union, grossmmo@mountunion.edu $Jason Charrette $William Davis $Kunihiko Imai $Kenneth Rodman $Adam Wunische $AMPP-8 Augustine, Aquinas, and Alfarabi$Thursday, November 10 2016 at 02:00PM$Room -- Brandeis Panel Chair -- Doug Kries, Gonzaga University, kries@gem.gonzaga.edu Panel Discussant -- Joseph MacFarland, St. John’s College, joseph.macfarland@sjc.edu $Christopher Colmo $Jeffrey Poushter $Adam Thomas $AMPP-4 Roundtable: on Walter Nicgorski’s New Book on Cicero’s Political Philosophy$Thursday, November 10 2016 at 02:00PM$Room -- Longfellow Moderator -- David Fott, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, david.fott@unlv.edu $Jack Barlow $David Fott $Charles Kesler $Walter Nicgorski $Norma Thompson $Michael Zuckert $CPC-3 Partisanship, Ideology and Interests in the US Congress$Thursday, November 10 2016 at 03:45PM$Room -- Stowe Panel Chair -- Mark Brewer, University of Maine, mark.brewer@umit.maine.edu Panel Discussant -- Stanley Berard, Lock Haven University, sberard@lhup.edu $Philip Grant $Sara Grove $Joshua Sandman $Eric Svensen $APT-3 In Search of American Conservatism $Thursday, November 10 2016 at 03:45PM$Room -- Alcott B  Panel Chair -- Jonathan Keller, Manhattan College, jonathankeller44@gmail.com Panel Discussant -- Ross Dardani, University of Connecticut, ross.dardani@uconn.edu $Dan McCool $William Sokoloff $Aaron Weinstein $IR-3 The Politics of Conflict in the Middle East$Thursday, November 10 2016 at 03:45PM$Room -- Hawthorne Panel Chair -- Kathryn Lambert, Homeland Security Studies at American Public University System, kmlambert@comcast.net Panel Discussant -- Kathryn Lambert, Homeland Security Studies at American Public University System, kmlambert@comcast.net $Scott Bledsoe $Jeffrey G. Karam $Lenore Martin $AMPP-13 Historical Inquiries and the Ancient World$Thursday, November 10 2016 at 03:45PM$Room -- Brandeis Panel Chair -- John Hungerford, Boston College, john.hungerford@bc.edu  Panel Discussant -- John Hungerford, Boston College, john.hungerford@bc.edu $Daniel Blanchard $David Fott $Ryan McKinnell $Raul Rodriguez $David West $PISE-4 European Electoral Politics$Thursday, November 10 2016 at 03:45PM$Room -- Hutchinson Panel Chair -- Bosko Picula, University College of International Relations and Diplomacy Dag Hammarskjöld Zagreb Croatia, bosko.picula@diplomacija.hr Panel Discussant -- Bosko Picula, University College of International Relations and Diplomacy Dag Hammarskjöld Zagreb Croatia, bosko.picula@diplomacija.hr $William Harrison $Mack Mariani $Maria Snegovaya $PPPA-2 The Present and Future of Administration$Friday, November 11 2016 at 08:45AM$Room -- Gardner Panel Chair -- Lisa Parshall, Daemen College, lparshal@daemen.edu Panel Discussant -- Donald Brand, College of the Holy Cross, dbrand@holycross.edu $Courtney Broscious $CPC-1 Rights, Reform and Decision Making in the American Judiciary$Friday, November 11 2016 at 08:45AM$Room -- Lowell Panel Chair -- Lisa Parshall, Daemen College, lparshal@daemen.edu Panel Discussant -- Mike Comiskey, Penn State University Fayette, cmc2@psu.edu $Matthew Brogdon $Jennifer Jacobson $Alton Slane $IP-4 Gender, Race, and Ethnicity and the 2016 Presidential Election (Cosponsored by the Women's Caucus)$Friday, November 11 2016 at 08:45AM$Room -- Alcott A Moderator -- Farida Jalalzai, Oklahoma State University, farida.jalalzai@okstate.edu Panelists will discuss the following topics related to the 2016 Presidential Election: "Comparative Analysis of the 2016 Presidential Election";"Race and Ethnicity and the 2016 Presidential Campaigns" ;"Gender and the 2016 Presidential Campaigns" and "The 2016 Presidential Electorate." $Mary Anne Borrelli $Farida Jalalzai $Lanethea Mathews-Schultz $Melanye Price $CPT-2 Reflections on History and the Cosmos$Friday, November 11 2016 at 08:45AM$Room -- Holmes   Panel Chair -- Elizabeth Amato, Gardner Webb University, eamato@Gardner-Webb.edu Panel Discussant -- John McMahon, Beloit College, nathan_orlando@baylor.edu $Matthew Dinan $Michael Feola $Stan Molchanov $Judith Swanson $IR-7 Issues In U.S. Foreign Policy$Friday, November 11 2016 at 08:45AM$Room -- Hawthorne Panel Chair -- Chris Herrick, Muhlenberg College, Chris.Herrick@gw.muhlenberg.edu  Panel Discussant -- Chris Dolan, Lebanon Valley College, dolan@lvc.edu $Ginger Denton $Rosetta Dweh $Mark Gentry $Dorle Hellmuth $TL-3 Roundtable - Supporting Data-Driven Student Political Learning and Engagement during and after an Election Season$Friday, November 11 2016 at 10:30AM$Room -- Gardner Moderator -- Nancy Thomas, Tufts University, nancy.thomas@tufts.edu $Margaret Brower $Michele Deegan $Nina Kasniunas $Nancy Thomas $TL-2 Teaching and the Profession: The Challenge of Teaching Political Science in the 21st Century Classroom$Friday, November 11 2016 at 08:45AM$Room -- Longfellow Panel Chair -- Christopher Cook, University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown, ccook@pitt.edu Panel Discussant -- Anita Chadha, University of Houston-Downtown, chadhaa@uhd.edu $Anita Chadha $Danielle Gougon $Edward Sidlow $Rick Swanson $MPT-5 Rights, Value and the Utility of Theory $Friday, November 11 2016 at 08:45AM$Room -- Alcott B Panel Chair -- Dhruv Jain, York University, dhruv@yorku.ca Panel Discussant -- Aaron Szymkowiak, Xavier University, szymkowiak@xavier.edu $chrysoula gitsoulis $Maximilian Krahe $Adam Kunz $Jennifer Phillips $Samuel Sprunk $AMPP-12 Reconsidering Ancient Political Thought$Friday, November 11 2016 at 08:45AM$Room -- Brandeis Panel Chair -- Charles Zug, University of Texas, Austin, charleszug@utexas.edu Panel Discussant -- Alicia Steinmetz, Yale University, alicia.steinmetz@yale.edu    $Christopher Baldwin $Matthew Berry $Juman Kim $J. J. Mulhern $Waller Newell $John Wallach $PISE-1 Race, Difference, and American Electoral Politics $Friday, November 11 2016 at 10:30AM$Room -- Lowell Panel Chair -- Mark Brewer, University of Maine, mark.brewer@umit.maine.edu Panel Discussant -- Mark Brewer, University of Maine, mark.brewer@umit.maine.edu $Brian Arbour $Bruce Caswell $Sarah Beth Kitch $PISE-6 Roundtable - The Future of the Parties$Friday, November 11 2016 at 10:30AM$Room -- Stowe Moderator -- Alison Dagnes, Shippensburg University, addagn@ship.edu$Lonce Bailey $Lawrence Becker $Jerold Duquette $Jerry Mileur $CPT-4 Contemporary Postmodern Politics$Friday, November 11 2016 at 10:30AM$Room --  Longfellow   Panel Chair -- Matthew Dinan, St. Thomas University (Canada), mdinan@stu.ca Panel Discussant -- Laci Hubbard-Mattix, Washington State University, laci.hubbard@wsu.edu Panel Discussant -- Nathan Jun, Midwestern State University, nathan.jun@mwsu.edu Panel Discussant -- Stan Molchanov, Catholic University of America , 10molchanov@cua.edu  $Kristen Collins $Romulus Maier $Nathan Orlando $Adam Sandel $PISE-9 Roundtable - The 2016 Presidential Election and the New American Voter$Friday, November 11 2016 at 10:30AM$Room -- Alcott A Moderator -- Herma Percy, American Public University, herma.percy@mycampus.apus.edu $Dino Christenson $Jay Cincotti $William Jones $Thomas Patterson $Herma Percy $Andrew Smith $Joan Vennochi $AMPP-7 Political Philosophy in the Face of Donald Trump$Friday, November 11 2016 at 10:30AM$Room -- Alcott B  Panel Chair -- Marc Sable, Bethany College, msable@bethanywv.edu Panel Discussant -- Marc Sable, Bethany College, msable@bethanywv.edu $Patrick Lee Miller $Leslie Rubin $MPT-4 The Moral Psychology of Smith and Hume $Friday, November 11 2016 at 10:30AM$Room -- Whittier Panel Chair -- Douglas Jarvis, Independent Scholar, dejarvis18@gmail.com  Panel Discussant -- Derval Ryan, McGill University, derval.ryan@mail.mcgill.ca $Caleb Chaplin $Lincoln Rathnam $Thomas Redden $Aaron Szymkowiak $Lisa Vetter $MPT-8 The Statesmanship and Political Science of Alexis de Tocqueville $Friday, November 11 2016 at 10:30AM$Room -- Brandeis Panel Chair -- Judd Owen, Emory University, jjowen@emory.edu Panel Discussant -- Alexander Duff, Holy Cross, aduff@holycross.edu $Emily Ferkaluk $Aaron Herold $Heather Pangle $Leor Sapir $PISE-2 Populism, Primaries and Partisanship $Friday, November 11 2016 at 02:00PM$Room -- Hutchinson Panel Chair -- Donald Beachler, Ithaca College, beachler@ithaca.edu Panel Discussant -- Brian Arbour, John Jay College, CUNY, barbour@jjay.cuny.edu $Mark Brewer $Jonathan Knuckey $Arthur Paulson $Carl Taylor $Jim Twombly $CPC-4 Campaigns, Rhetoric and Political Reform$Friday, November 11 2016 at 02:00PM$  Room -- Stowe Panel Chair -- Bruce Caswell, Rowan University, caswell@rowan.edu Panel Discussant -- Nina Kasniunas, Goucher College,  nkasniun@yahoo.com $Jesse Clark $Charles Comiskey $Alexandra Fee $John Kilwein $Lisa Parshall $IP-2 Contemporary Debates $Friday, November 11 2016 at 02:00PM$Room -- Hawthorne  Panel Chair -- Mette Marie Stæhr Harder, University of Roskilde, Denmark, mmharder@ruc.dk Panel Discussant -- Young-Im Lee, University of Missouri-St. Louis, youngim.lee@mail.umsl.edu  $Julie Hollar $Brendan Stern $Alejandro Torres $APT-2 Antebellum Political Thought $Friday, November 11 2016 at 02:00PM$Room -- Whittier  Panel Chair -- John Grove, Lincoln Memorial University john.grove@lmunet.edu Panel Discussant -- John Grove, Lincoln Memorial University john.grove@lmunet.edu$Moritz Muecke $Douglas Walker $Brian Wolfel $IR-4 Disputed Waters, Disputed Policies: Politics in East Asia$Friday, November 11 2016 at 02:00PM$Room -- Longfellow  Panel Chair -- John Metzler, St. John’s University, metzlerj@stjohns.edu  Panel Discussant -- Ginger Denton, United States Coast Guard Academy, Ginger.L.Denton@uscga.edu $Matthew Crosston $Christopher Herrick $Yukinori Komine $Weiqi Zhang $AMPP-1 Bridging the Gap between Nature and Politics in Hesiod, Maimonides, and Hobbes$Friday, November 11 2016 at 02:00PM$Room -- Alcott A Panel Chair -- Paul Wilford, Boston College, paul.wilford@gmail.com Panel Discussant -- Thomas Cleveland, Boston College,  tjc.caute@gmail.com $Seth Appelbaum $Ferdinand Deanini $Alexander Limanowski $Anna Schmidt $AMPP-14 The Good life in Aristotle and Hesiod$Friday, November 11 2016 at 02:00PM$Room -- Holmes Panel Chair -- Gregory McBrayer, Morehead State University, g.mcbrayer@moreheadstate.edu Panel Discussant -- Gregory McBrayer, Morehead State University, g.mcbrayer@moreheadstate.edu$Ann Charney Colmo $Steven Forde $David Little $Lorraine Pangle $DT-2 Problems of Democratic Theory$Friday, November 11 2016 at 02:00PM$Room -- Gardner Panel Chair -- Harvey Strum, Sage Colleges, strumh@sage.edu  Panel Discussant -- Joyce Mullan, Stevens Institute of Technology, jmullan@stevens.edu $Matthew Berry $Joshua Cherniss $Michael Greenberg $Jyl Josephson $Tomer Perry $SM-1 Issues in State and Metropolitan Politics$Friday, November 11 2016 at 02:00PM$Room -- Lowell Panel Chair -- Stanley Berard, Lock Haven University, sberard@lhup.edu Panel Discussant -- Stanley Berard, Lock Haven University, sberard@lhup.edu $Joseph Cobetto $Anne Flaherty $Beth Henschen $J. Wesley Leckrone $MPT-7 Rhetoric, the Passions, and Democracy in the Age of Trump: Moderns $Friday, November 11 2016 at 02:00PM$Room -- Alcott B Panel Chair -- Aaron Herold, SUNY Geneseo, aherold@holycross.edu Panel Discussant -- Jack Riley, Coastal Carolina University, riley@coastal.edu $Angel Jaramillo $Damon Linker $Joseph Reisert $Marc Sable $CPC-5 The Presidency, Personnel and Scandal$Friday, November 11 2016 at 03:45PM$Room -- Stowe Panel Chair -- Samuel Hoff, Delaware State University, shoff@desu.edu  Panel Discussant -- Jason Mycoff, University of Delaware, mycoff@udel.edu $Ryan Barilleaux $David Dewberry $Evan Haglund $Michael Korzi $EP-1 Issues in Environmental Politics $Friday, November 11 2016 at 03:45PM$Room -- Hutchinson Panel Chair -- Joyce Mullan, Stevens Institute of Technology, jmullan@stevens.edu Panel Discussant -- Joshua Steinfeld, Florida Atlantic University, jsteinf4@fau.edu  This panel will look at contemporary issues in environmental politics from both comparative, international, and American angles. Papers primarily include topics on environmental problems in the developing world as well as papers on state and regional environmental policy in the United States. Specific topics range from air and water quality, nanotechnology in the environment, to public attitudes about the environment.        $Michael Brogan $Wenqi Dang $Brandon Metroka $Mina Michel Samaan $CP-2 Comparative Studies in Political Economy and Development$Friday, November 11 2016 at 03:45PM$Room --  Lowell  Panel Chair -- Miguel Glatzer, La Salle University, glatzer@lasalle.edu Panel Discussant -- Miguel Glatzer, La Salle University, glatzer@lasalle.edu $Annalyn Bachmann $Nicolaos Catsis $Sara Norrevik $Kristen Rosero $DT-1 Issues of Democratic Theory$Friday, November 11 2016 at 03:45PM$Room -- Gardner  Panel Chair -- Jyl Josephson, Rutgers University, Newark, jylj@rutgers.edu  Panel Discussant -- Jyl Josephson, Rutgers University, Newark, jylj@rutgers.edu $Christopher Kennedy $Aidan Kestigian $Guido Parietti $Naomi Scheinerman $Eniola Anuoluwapo Soyemi $PCP-2 Civil Servants and Stereotypes: Insights from Film, Social Media, Veep, and House of Cards $Friday, November 11 2016 at 03:45PM$Room -- Dickens Panel Chair -- Kevan Yenerall, Clarion University, kyenerall@gmail.com Panel Discussant -- William Mandel, Western New England University, wmandel@wne.edu  Panel Discussant -- Danilo Yanich, University of Delaware, dyanich@udel.edu $Alison Dagnes $Rebecca Evans $James Fisher $George Gonzalez $Michelle Pautz $PISE-10 Roundtable - The Politics of New England$Friday, November 11 2016 at 03:45PM$Room -- Alcott B Moderator -- Dante Scala, University of New Hampshire, Dante.Scala@unh.edu $Jerold Duquette $James Melcher $Maureen Moakley $Garrison Nelson $Erin O'Brien $Dante Scala $Peter Ubertaccio $APSA Session: Public Engagment$Friday, November 11 2016 at 03:45PM$Political Science in the Public Arena: Communication Strategies for Scholars  Sponsored by APSA’s Public Engagement Program, this session addresses strategies for effectively communicating political science research to audiences ranging from community groups to the media and members of Congress. The session will provide practical tips on communicating academic research in clear and concise formats and will discuss strategies for specific types of communication, including engaging with journalists, writing op-eds, briefing policymakers, and blogging.$Tips from Journal Editors: A Roundtable Sponsored by Polity$Friday, November 11 2016 at 03:45PM$A chance for beginning and experienced scholars to hear from a variety of journal editors about key aspects of the article publishing process, with a view to increasing your chances of getting published. Topics will include the initial submission, referee reports, and the revise and resubmit process.  Ample time for questions is planned. Chair:Roger Karapin Hunter College, CUNYEditor-in-Chief, PolityParticipants:Jocelyn BoryczkaFairfield UniversityEditor, New Political ScienceYekaterina OziashviliSarah Lawrence CollegeManaging Editor, Comparative PoliticsSean Lynn-JonesHarvard UniversityEditor, International Security$MPT-2 Religion and Justice in Early Modernity and the American Founding $Friday, November 11 2016 at 03:45PM$Room -- Holmes Panel Chair -- John Mulheron, University of Pennsylvania Panel Discussant -- Bjorn Gomes, Columbia University, bwg2107@columbia.edu $Joshua Bowman $Kimberley Burns $Zachary German $John Grove $Derval Ryan $MPT-6 Natural Rights in Locke and the American Founding $Friday, November 11 2016 at 03:45PM$Room -- Longfellow Panel Chair -- Michael Zuckert, University of Notre Dame  Panel Discussant -- Robert Faulkner, Boston College $Nasser Behnegar $Daniel Burns $Adam Seagrave $Thomas West $AMPP-9 Law in Ancient Political Thought$Friday, November 11 2016 at 03:45PM$Room -- Brandeis Panel Chair -- Steven Forde, University of North Texas, forde@unt.edu Panel Discussant -- Matthew Post, Braniff Graduate School, University of Dallas, mpost@udallas.edu    $Amanda Dorney $Jordan Dorney $Judd Owen $Alexandre Priou $Charles Zug $IP-1 Race and Ethnicity in the 21st Century$Saturday, November 12 2016 at 09:00AM$Room -- Whittier  Panel Chair -- MaryAnne Borrelli, Connecticut College, mabor@conncoll.edu  Panel Discussant -- Brendan Stern, Gallaudet University, Brendan.Stern@gallaudet.edu Panel Discussant -- Young-Im Lee, University of Missouri-St. Louis, youngim.lee@mail.umsl.edu $Stephen Del Visco $Sarah Farsad $Phillip Logan $APT-1 Perspectives on American Politics from the Founding$Saturday, November 12 2016 at 09:00AM$Room -- Brandeis Panel Chair -- Matthew Brogdon, The University of Texas at San Antonio, Matthew.Brogdon@utsa.edu Panel Discussant -- Moritz Muecke, Hillsdale College, mmuecke@hillsdale.edu  $Patrick Coby $Gregory Collins $CP-3 Democracy and Authoritarian Entrenchment in Comparative Perspective$Saturday, November 12 2016 at 09:00AM$Room -- Stowe  Panel Chair -- Mohsin Hashim, Mulhenberg College, mhashim@muhlenberg.edu  Panel Discussant -- Mohsin Hashim, Mulhenberg College, mhashim@muhlenberg.edu  $Joseph Coelho $Andrea Kent $Alireza Raisi $CP-5 Issues in Representation and Justice$Saturday, November 12 2016 at 09:00AM$Room -- Hutchinson Panel Chair -- Paul Simon Adams, University of Pittsburgh, Greensburg, padams@pitt.edu  $Craig Lang $Andre Lecours $Ahmed Zohny $IR-6 U.S. Foreign Policy - The Cold War Part II?$Saturday, November 12 2016 at 09:00AM$Room -- Hawthorne Panel Chair -- Christopher Stevens, Misericordia University, cstevens@misericordia.edu Panel Discussant -- Mark Gentry, St. Francis University, MGentry@francis.edu $Chris Dolan $Ginta Palubinskas $Peter Richardson $UG-1 Undergraduate American Politics$Saturday, November 12 2016 at 09:00AM$Room -- Longfellow Panel Chair -- Young-Im Lee, University of Missouri-St. Louis, youngim.lee@mail.umsl.edu Panel Discussant -- Jesse Clark, Massachusetts Institute of Technology,  jtclark@mit.edu $Rachel Aiello $Lacey-Ann Allen $Richard Burke $Stephanie Chan $UG-3 Undergraduate International Relations$Saturday, November 12 2016 at 09:00AM$Room -- Gardner  Panel Chair -- Jeffrey Karam, Brandeis University, jkaram@brandeis.edu Panel Discussant -- Binneh Minteh, New York University, bsm235@nyu.edu $Pavitra Chari $Bronte Forsgren $Russell Luke $Michael Meltzer $AMPP-10 Comedy, Tragedy, and the Peloponnesian War$Saturday, November 12 2016 at 09:00AM$Room -- Alcott A  Panel Chair -- Erik Dempsey, University of Texas at Austin, ed6335@utexas.edu  Panel Discussant -- Richard Ruderman, University of North Texas, Richard.Ruderman@unt.edu   $Christopher Baldwin $Jonathan Gondelman $Joyce Mullan $Matthew Post $AMPP-16 Roundtable - Discussion of Joshua Parens’s Leo Strauss and the Recovery of Medieval Political Philosophy $Saturday, November 12 2016 at 09:00AM$Room -- Alcott B Moderator -- Alexander Orwin, Harvard University, niwro1@gmail.com $Miriam Galston $Joshua Parens $Steven Smith $Daniel Tanguay $Martin Yaffe $CPC-6 Judicial Power, Rights, Race$Saturday, November 12 2016 at 09:00AM$Room -- Lowell Panel Chair -- Brian Disarro, California State University, Sacramento, disarrob@csus.edu Panel Discussant -- John C. Kilwein, West Virginia University, jkilwein@wvu.edu $Ross Dardani $Eunseong Oh $Mishella Romo $Anthony Spanakos $Yile Zhang $DT-3 Developments in Democratic Theory$Saturday, November 12 2016 at 09:00AM$Room -- Dickens Panel Chair -- Joshua Cherniss, Georgetown University, jlc306@georgetown.edu Panel Discussant -- Frank La Veness, St. John’s University , levenesf@stjohns.edu  $Hisseine Faradj $Andrius Galisanka $Mykolas Gudelis $zhifa zhou $MPT-1 Ethics, Politics and Ontology $Saturday, November 12 2016 at 09:00AM$Room -- Holmes Panel Chair -- Joseph Reisert, Colby College, jrreiser@colby.edu Panel Discussant -- Adam Dan'el, Ben Gurion University, Sapir College, adamdd@uchicago.edu $Dhruv Jain $Andrew Norris $Jack Riley $Robert Roecklein $PISE-5 Promises and Plans: The Art of Campaigning and the Reality of Governing in a Polarized Era$Saturday, November 12 2016 at 10:45AM$Room -- Alcott B Moderator -- Thomas Baldino, Wilkes University, thomas.baldino@wilkes.edu $William Crotty $Iva Deutchman $Nicole Mellow $Sidney Milkis $IR-1 Europe and Russia in the 21st Century$Saturday, November 12 2016 at 10:45AM$Room -- Lowell Panel Chair -- Ginta T. Palubinskas, West Virginia State University, gpalubinskas@wvstateu.edu Panel Discussant -- Ginta T. Palubinskas, West Virginia State University, gpalubinskas@wvstateu.edu $Paul S. Adams $Gemma Dipoppa $Olga Gerasimenko $Christopher Stevens $Stefan Telle $IR-9 Issues in International Political Economy$Saturday, November 12 2016 at 10:45AM$Room -- Hawthorne Panel Chair -- Mehmet Ondur, Wayne State University, mehmet.ondur@wayne.edu Panel Discussant -- William Davis, Walsh University, wdavis@walsh.edu  Panel Discussant -- Steven Livingston, Middle Tennessee State University, steven.livingston@mtsu.edu $John D'Attoma $Sergei Kostiaev $Steven Livingston $Xing Lu $Timothy Marple $PISE-8 Roundtable - Breaking Point in American Electoral History? $Saturday, November 12 2016 at 10:45AM$Room -- Stowe Moderator -- Bruce Caswell, Rowan University (Emeritus), caswell@rowan.edu $Danielle Gougon $Garrison Nelson $Shayla Nunnally $Erin O'Brien $UG-2 Undergraduate American Politics Panel 2$Saturday, November 12 2016 at 10:45AM$Room -- Longfellow Panel Chair -- Linda St. Cyr, East Stroudsburg University, lstcyr@live.esu.edu Panel Discussant -- Kerra McCorkle-Akanbi, University of Missouri-St. Louis, mccorklek@mail.umsl.edu $Nicole Baltzer $Kisha Patel $UG-4 Undergraduate International Relations Panel 2$Saturday, November 12 2016 at 10:45AM$Room -- Longfellow Panel Chair -- Kristen Rosero, Wentworth Institute of Technology, roserok@wit.edu Panel Discussant -- E. Brooke Harlowe, Lock Haven University, bharlowe@lhup.edu $Joan Iezin $Hannah Lougheed $Therese Stirling $AMPP-5 Medieval Christian Views of Islamic Political Philosophy$Saturday, November 12 2016 at 10:45AM$Room -- Brandeis Panel Chair -- Joshua Parens, University of Dallas, parens@udallas.edu Panel Discussant -- Joshua Parens, University of Dallas, parens@udallas.edu $Stephen Brown $Douglas Kries $Joseph Macfarland $AMPP-11 Problems in Platonic Political Philosophy$Saturday, November 12 2016 at 10:45AM$Room -- Alcott A Panel Chair -- Bernard Dobski, Assumption College,  bdobski@assumption.edu Panel Discussant -- Bernard Dobski, Assumption College,  bdobski@assumption.edu  $Daniel Davenport $Douglas Jarvis $Gregory McBrayer $Mark Moes $Ann Ward $Robert Wyllie $NPSA Women's Caucus - Gender in the Subfields of Political Science: Utilizing Innovative Research in the Classroom $Saturday, November 12 2016 at 10:45AM$Room -- King Moderator -- Adryan Wallace, University of Hartford Panelists: Jill Greenlee, Brandeis University Joyce Mullan, Stevens Institute of Technology Katherine Paton, Northern Illinois University  $Nadia Brown $TL-1 Teaching and the Profession: Role Playing, Interaction and Engagement in the Classroom$Saturday, November 12 2016 at 10:45AM$Room -- Hutchinson Panel Chair -- Edward Kammerer, Northeastern University, e.kammerer@neu.edu Panel Discussant -- Lanethea Mathews-Schultz, Mulhenberg College, Mathews-Schultz@muhlenberg.edu  $Edward Kammerer $Brian Mello $Vanessa Ruget $APSA Session: Non-Academic Jobs in Political Science $Saturday, November 12 2016 at 10:45AM$Navigating the Non-Academic Job Search: Tools, Tactics, and Tips  Political scientists offer attractive skills to non-academic employers, from knowledge of analytical and research methods to substantive issue expertise. At this session, participants will learn how to highlight these skills to successfully navigate the non-academic job search. Geared toward both prospective job-seekers and faculty who want to advise their PhD students on non-academic options, the session will cover structuring a job search, drafting non-academic resumes and cover letters, handling interviews, and negotiating offers.$CP-1 Religion and Politics in Comparative Perspective$Saturday, November 12 2016 at 01:15PM$Room -- Whittier   Panel Chair -- Brian Mello, Muhlenberg College, BMello@muhlenberg.edu Panel Discussant -- Scott Bledsoe, New York University, asb668@nyu.edu $Sayeed Ahmed $Yasser El-Shimy $Jane Hagan $S. Mohsin Hashim $CPC-2 Rights and Diversity in American Political Institutions: Courts and Congress$Saturday, November 12 2016 at 01:15PM$Room -- Lowell Panel Chair -- Alton Slane, Muhlenberg College, slane@muhlenberg.edu Panel Discussant -- Anthony Bartl, Angelo State University, tbartl@angelo.edu $Derefe Chevannes $Natalie Johnson $Jason Mycoff $APT-4 The Literary Mind in America$Saturday, November 12 2016 at 01:15PM$Room --  Brandeis Panel Chair -- Natalie Taylor, Skidmore College, ntaylor@skidmore.edu Panel Discussant -- Leslie Rubin, Independent Scholar, lgrubin@verizon.net $Bernard Dobski $Dustin Gish $John Presnall $David Sollenberger $PISE-7 Rethinking The Left$Saturday, November 12 2016 at 01:15PM$Room -- Hutchinson Panel Chair -- Tomer Perry, Harvard University, tperry@ethics.harvard.edu Panel Discussant -- Tomer Perry, Harvard University, tperry@ethics.harvard.edu $Tyler Peckio $Brian Sullivan $AMPP-6 Virtue, Religion, and Politics in Platonic Philosophy$Saturday, November 12 2016 at 01:15PM$Room -- Alcott A Panel Chair -- Anna Schmidt, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich Panel Discussant -- Carly Herold, SUNY Geneseo, carly.herold@gmail.com   Plato's Socrates makes virtue the central theme of his philosophic investigations.  But the political and religious context and character of the Socratic project creates a challenge for the unfettered questioning required by philosophy.  The papers on this panel explore the balance between incisive critique and defensive rhetoric struck by Socrates in his examinations of justice, the noble, the good, piety, and the gods presented in Plato's Cleitophon, Republic, Philebus, and Statesman.  Each paper thereby contributes to the project of elucidating the original meaning of political philosophy, with respect both to its subject and its inevitable political consequences.$Thomas Cleveland $Erik Dempsey $Ariel Helfer $Daniel O'Toole $PH-1 Issues in History and Politics$Saturday, November 12 2016 at 01:15PM$Room -- Gardner  Panel Chair -- Mark Sachleben, Shippensburg University, mdsachleben@ship.edu Panel Discussant -- Lonce Bailey, Shippensburg University, lhbailey@ship.edu$Amy Blitz $Dohyuk Kwon $John Metzler $Harvey Strum $Cyrus Zirakzadeh $APSA Session: Undergraduate Students $Saturday, November 12 2016 at 01:15PM$Next Steps for Political Science Undergrads: Preparing for the Job Market and Grad School  At this session, attendees will learn how to leverage their political science degree for their next steps after college. The session will address different career options for political science majors, discuss how to approach the job market, and provide an overview of different graduate school programs and of how to prepare for graduate study. $MPT-3 Corruption and Human Nature in Enlightenment Thought $Saturday, November 12 2016 at 01:15PM$Room -- Alcott B Panel Chair -- Romulus Maier, University of Connecticut Panel Discussant -- Joseph Reisert, Colby College $Robert Boatright $Bjorn Gomes $Jiyoon Im $Katherine Paton $NPSA Luncheon$Thursday, November 10 2016 at 12:00PM$Speaker -- David Lake $