Frank addresses grad conference

Nora Hanagan/ February 15, 2019/ Conferences

“The engagement between our graduate student participants and faculty, as well as a terrific keynote speech by Professor Jason Frank of Cornell University,” were among the highlights of the 2019 Graduate Conference in Political Theory, according to graduate student and conference co-organizer Elliot Mamet. Professor Frank’s address was entitled, “The People as Popular Manifestation.” The Graduate Conference in Political Theory is an annual, student-run event that allows graduate students from around the world to present their research and receive feedback

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Duke hosts graduate conference in political theory

Nora Hanagan/ January 30, 2018/ Conferences

The 2018 Graduate Conference in Political Theory took place on February 8-9.  This year’s graduate student presenters were: Yuna Blajer de la Garza (University of Chicago): “The Meek and Mighty: Two Models of Domination” Paul M.B. Gutirrez (Brown University): “Incorporating Land: Reassessing the Legal Origins of the Corporation in America” Ferris Lupino (Brown University): “American Stasiology: Racial Conflict Between the Rule of Law and Civil War” Pavlos Papadopoulos (University of Dallas): “Plato’s Model Educational Institution” Eraldo Santos (Pantheon-Sorbonne University): “The

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