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Philip Klinkner
Klinkner and Stinebring '13 Present at SPSA Meeting

James S. Sherman Professor of Government Philip Klinkner and Jesse Stinebring ’13 presented a paper at the Southern Political Science Association meeting held Jan. 6-8, in New Orleans. “Black, White, and Green: Race and Campaign Spending in the 2008 Election” examines the role of race resentment in recent elections and whether Barack Obama’s campaign spending advantage impacted the outcome of the 2008 presidential election.  More ...

Sharon Werning Rivera
Rivera Publishes Article in Russian-language Magazine

Associate Professor of Government Sharon Werning Rivera and David W. Rivera, former lecturer in government, published an article titled “El'tsin, Putin, i Klinton: prezidentskoe liderstvo i rossiiskaya demokratiya v sravnitel'noi perspective” (“Yeltsin, Putin, and Clinton: Presidential Leadership and Russian Democratization in Comparative Perspective”) in the September 2010 edition of Mir i Politika (“The World and Politics”).  More ...

Alan Cafruny
Cafruny Presents at European-U.S. Relations Workshop

Alan W. Cafruny, the Henry Platt Bristol Professor of International Affairs, gave a presentation on "Europe, the Euro, and the Global Financial Crisis" at a workshop at Skidmore College on Nov. 5. The workshop was titled "After the Lisbon Treaty: Major Issues in European Union-United States Relations."  More ...

Government Faculty to Analyze 2010 Elections in Nov. 9 Panel

Hamilton Government faculty will assess last week’s 2010 election in a panel discussion on Tuesday, Nov. 9, from noon to 1 p.m., in the Bradford Auditorium, KJ building. Professors Phil Klinkner, Ted Eismeier, Andy Milstein and Peter Cannavo┬┤ will participate in the panel. The discussion is open to the public.  More ...

Hamilton participants in the National Model U.N. Conference in Washington, D.C.
Nine Participate in National Model U.N. Conference

Nine Hamilton students participated in the National Model United Nations Conference (NMUN) Oct. 29-31 in Washington, D.C. The conference drew more than 50 schools from the U.S., Canada and Europe and approximately 1,000 delegates.  More ...

Alan Cafruny
Cafruny Presents Lectures in the UK

Alan Cafruny, the Henry Bristol Professor of International Affairs,  gave two public lectures in the UK.  He presented "The Obama Administration and the Mid-Term Elections: The Political Economy of Stagnation and Decline" at Kings College, University of London, on Oct. 13, and at Oxford Brookes University on  Oct. 14.  More ...

P. Gary Wyckoff
WAMC Features Wyckoff

WAMC/Northeast Public Radio in Albany will feature a reading by Professor of Government and Director of the Public Policy Program P. Gary Wyckoff on Thursday, Oct. 7, as part of the public radio station’s Academic Minute. The program normally airs each weekday at 7:37 a.m. and 3:56 p.m at 90.3 FM in the Clinton area but because WAMC is in its fall fund drive, the Academic Minute will not air at its usual times. Instead, it will be played as a floating module throughout the day.
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Sharon Werning Rivera
Rivera Presents at European Studies World Congress
Associate Professor of Government Sharon Werning Rivera presented a paper titled “Trends in Elite Militarization under Putin” at the VIII World Congress of the International Council for Central and East European Studies (ICCEES) held July 26-31 in Stockholm. More ...
Andy Steele '10
Steele '10 is CSPC Presidential Fellow
The Presidential Fellows Program, sponsored by the Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress (CSPC), encourages students to think about the U.S. president's role, and this past year Andrew Steele ’10 was the first fellow from Hamilton. More ...
Cristina Garafola '11
Cultures of Dissent in China and Russia are Levitt Fellow's Topic
Political ideology goes a long way in determining how a state deals with a crisis. Authoritarian regimes, historically, have been the least tolerant of dissent, but authoritarian reactions to dissent have been diverse, ranging from openness and tolerance to censorship and violence. Levitt Fellow Cristina Garafola ’11 is especially interested in the authoritarian regimes in China and Russia, and will spend the summer  learning more about the cultures of dissent and the governments’ responses in China and Russia. More ...
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