Clough Graduate Workshop: Fall 2017
clough center for the study of constitutional democracy
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Presenters & Topics: fall 2017
Scott Reznick, English
"The Sense of Liberty": Democracy, Consensus, and Liberal Sentimentality in Harriet Beecher Stowe's Political Novels.
Juliana Butron, Political Science
Tilting at Windmills: Damages Suits Against State Sponsors of Terror.
Michael Franczak, History
Human Rights and Basic Needs: Jimmy Carter's North-South Dialogue.
Cerdick-Michael Simmons, Sociology
"It's Like, Let's Control Them": Racial Reaffirmation, Diversity, and Administrators' Response to "Racial" Issues.
Zhuoyao Li, Philosophy
Confusianism and Multivariate Democracy in East Asia.
Felix A. Jiménez Botta, History
"Solidarity with the Fighting Chilean People!": Apogee and Decline of the Chile Solidarity Movement in West Germany.
John Lindner, Economics
Biased Beliefs and Job Search: Implications for Optimal Unemployment Insurance
Will Attwood-Charles, Sociology
Technology and Control: Organizing Through Digital Platforms
Eric Pencek, English
Raymond's Community of Thieves: Godwin, the Burke-Paine Debates, and the British Constitution
Heather Pangle, Political Science
Liberalism in Nineteenth-Century Europe: The Friendship and Political Thought of J.S. Mill and Alexis de Tocqueville
Joseph McCrave, Theology
Is Forgiveness a Political Virtue?: A Theological Perspective
Yoosun Chu, Social Work
Civic Engagement and Governance among Low-Income People: A Two-Level Cross-National Analysis in 37 Low- and Middle-Income Countries
Fumi Inoue, History
The 1970 Koza Riot in U.S.-Occupied Okinawa and the Politics of Anti-Base Protest