TCNJ’s Politics Forum Spring 2017
Unless otherwise noted, all talks are on Tuesdays or Fridays 12:30-1:30 in Social Science Building room 223.
The Politics Forum presents analytical and/or empirical research concerning political power, institutions and choices. Students and faculty from diverse departments join to learn and comment on the presenter’s current research projects, which may be in completed or just in beginning phases. Projects that cross disciplinary boundaries are particularly welcome. Contact Brian Potter (firstname.lastname@example.org) with questions or if you are interested in presenting your work.
April 12, 2017
Education Building 115 from 5pm-7pm.
Syrian Refugee Rights Lecture: “What is The Syrian Refugee Crisis?”
This event will be presented by: Professor Rech, Professor Lowi and Professor Borghes
This lecture is sponsored by : Amnesty International
Darwin Day Lecture
“How Science in the Public School Classroom Is Under Attack (And Why It Matters)”
presented by Dr. Donald Lovett, Department of Biology
1:30-2:30 p.m., Feb 8, 2017
Science Complex P-101
“Global Warming: Seeing Through the Nonsense; Getting Beyond the Hopelessness.”
Tuesday January 31, 2017 at 12:30 in SSB 223
Michael Aucott (TCNJ Chemistry Department)
“The Civil Property Rights Movement: Black Politics Reframed, Reconsidered”
Friday February 17 12:30-2:00, Education Building 115 .
Nathan Connolly (Herbert Baxter Adams Associate Professor of History at Johns Hopkins University).
Co-sponsored with the Departments of History and African-American Studies.
“Israeli-Palestinian Peace: Desirable but is it Possible?”
Friday March 3 12:30-1:30 in the Library Auditorium.
Ambassador (Ret.) Daniel C Kurtzer (Daniel Abraham Professor of Middle East Policy Studies, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs).
Sponsored by The School of Humanities of Social Sciences, Department of Political Science and International Studies Program.
“Trump’s Populism: Lessons from Latin America.”
Tuesday, March 28th, 12:30 p.m., Library Auditorium.
Carlos de la Torre (International Studies at the University of Kentucky)
Co-sponsored by the Greater Philadelphia Latin American Studies Consortium.
“The Progressive Sustainability in the Proceeds : The Introduction of American Agronomy and Cooking in Philippines Public Schools, 1902-1920.”
Friday April 7 12:30-1:50, Education Building 115.
René Alexander Orquiza (Department of History, Providence College).
Co-sponsored with the Department of History.
Politic Forums and other Events are also available to view via the Political Science Lion’s Gate Page