February 9th RIPS: Par-delà le volie intégral: an analysis of the French Face-veil ban from a Republican Perspective
Tuesday, February 9th, 2016 at 3:30 p.m. in KTH-732 Research in Progress Seminar (RIPS) Hosted by the Department of Political Science Presents: Dr. Stéphane Mechoulan Associate Professor School of Public Administration, Dalhousie University
The graduate conference, Mapping the Global Dimensions of Policy5, will be taking place Monday, February 8th and Tuesday, February 9th in MUSC CIBC Hall.
Mills Library L310/E Wednesday, February 3 12:00-2:00 PM
Archaeology Lab, KTH B122 3:30-5:30pm, Thursday February 4th, 2016
Room 224, MUSC Floor 2 4:30pm, Thursday January 28th, 2016
Dr. Hendrik Poinar and his team contribute to new understandings of the history of black death.
Sovling the Paradox of Political Success versus Individual Autonomy: Why the Liberal State is Not the Answer
Dr. Gilbert has published in Embassy News, a publication directed at Canada's foreign policy and diplomatic community. http://www.embassynews.ca/opinion/2016/01/14/canadas-peace-pivot/48056
Political Science graduate student's wedding funds go to support Syrian refugee family: storey goes global.
Speaker: Dr. Emily Wilcox, University of Michigan Date: Tuesday, December 1 Location: Room 607, Chester New Hall Time: 3:30-5:00 pm
CALLING ALL POLITICAL SCIENCE STUDENTS Learn about the art of effective advocacy and find out more about how you could be eligible to win prize money.
Date: Friday, November 27th Time: 1:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Location: KTH B124
Ontario Legislature Internship Programme (OLIP) is a non-partisan educational programmeof the Canadian Political Science Association.
Symposium will take place in Mid March 2016. If you have a paper, or a poster you are proud of or will have shortly, we would love to have you present at this yearly event. Abstract submissions are due Jan 11, 2016 to email@example.com
Thursday November 26 3:30-5:30 L310E Study with other Anthropology students. MAS executive will be on hand to answer questions.
Everyone is welcome to attend! Friday November 20 4:00 MUSC Room 214
Department of Political Science hosts successful post-election forum.