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The Clough Center for the Study of Constitutional Democracy

Clough Graduate Workshop: Spring 2018

clough center for the study of constitutional democracy

Clough Graduate Workshop title image showing the exterior of 10 Stone Ave

Tuesdays at Noon • 10 Stone Avenue, Room 201 • Boston College

This workshop offers a forum for Clough Graduate Fellows, from an array of disciplines, to present research and receive critical feedback from other graduate students. By invitation only. For details, email

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Presenters & Topics: fall 2017

JAN 30
Kate Mroz, Theology
Creation and Salvation as Ongoing Projects: Edward Schillebeeckx's Soteriology as a Resource for Interreligious Dialogue

FEB 13
Tim Brennan, Political Science
Montesquieu, Rousseau, and Populism

FEB 20

Adam Wunische, Political Science
A Terrorist Attacker Typology

MAR 13
David Kwon, Theology
Jus Post Bellum: Human Security, Political Reconciliation, and the Reconstruction of Just Punishment

MAR 20
Maheen Haider, Sociology
Pakistani Graduate Students Navigating US Culture: Acculturation Strategies of the -0.5 Generation

Perin Gokce, Political Science
Bringing "Political Parties" Back In: The Role of Political Parties in Democratic Transition in India and Turkey

APR 10
Hessam Dehghani, Philosophy
Praxis to Poesis: a Re-Reading of Aristotle on Community