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105th APSA Meeting, world's largest for the study of politics, will be in Toronto Sept. 3-6
Date:8/27/2009

Free Should Hate Speech Be?" featuring Amy Gutmann (President, Univ. of Pennsylvania), Robert Post (Dean, Yale Law School), Carissima Mathen (Univ. of New Brunswick Law School), and Jeremy Waldron (NYU Law School)
  • Presidential Address by Peter Katzenstein (Cornell University)
  • A series of sessions on U.S. Standing in the World
  • A plenary session with Charles Taylor, Professor Emeritus at McGill University and Professor of Law and Philosophy at Northeastern University, on "The Many Forms of Secularism."
  • The New Political Science plenary address by noted author Tom Hayden on "Movements Against Machiavellians, the Theory and Practice of Social Change"
  • The John Gaus Lecture recognizing scholarship in public administration, by Prof. Larry O'Toole (University of Georgia)
  • A panel on New Directions in Latino Politics Research
  • A Roundtable on the 2008 National Asian American Survey
  • Panels in honor of the late Samuel Huntington, Nelson Polsby, and Charles Tilly

    Interested members of the media may pre-register for complimentary meeting credentials online at http://www.apsanet.org/section_77.cfm until 5 PM EST, Friday, August 28. On-site registration at the Metro Toronto Convention Center will also be available.


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