Fall 2010 Colloquia
All colloquia are held in CAB 311 3:30-5:00 with reception to follow in CAB 550
*unless otherwise noted.
Schedule subject to change.
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John Brewer, University of St. Andrews (UK)
"Compromise after Conflict"
*3:30 PM at Watson Manor on University Circle; sponsored by IASC, contact Jennifer Geddes for more info
Richard Swedberg, Cornell University
"The Structure of Confidence and the Financial Crisis"
George Thomas, Arizona State University/IASC
"Processes of International NGO Influence in the World Polity:
Empirical Patterns and Theoretical Significance"
International Non-governmental Organizations (INGOs) have substantial if varied influence on states and national political outcomes. In this paper, I shift attention from demonstrating or debating the extent of their influence to identifying different patterns of influence. The nature of INGO influence and the processes through which it works recommend a cultural approach to global governance in particular and political authority in general.
Andrew Zimmerman, George Washington University
"Max Weber, Booker T. Washington, and the Sociology of the Global South"
Maria-Pilar Garcia-Guadilla, Simon Bolivar University and UVA Visiting Scholar
"The Myth of Civil Society in Latin America"
*2 PM in CAB 316, no reception to follow.