Faculty Presentations

The Division of Global Affairs is comprised of a prestigious and diverse faculty that are called upon to share their expertise in an array of settings. Below is a list of recent faculty participation in conferences, lectures and interviews.  

Stephen Eric Bronner

 Conference Presentations:

  • “Palestine: One State or Two” for an International Conference at the Gabriel Peri Foundation Paris (February 6, 2014)
  • “Why the Left Needs Marx” for the Historical Materialism Conference NYC (April 27, 2013)

Lectures:

  • Keynote: “International Critical Theory Symposium at the University of Managua in Brazil (August 13, 2014)
  • “Racism and the Internet” Plenary for UN Meeting hosted by the Special Rapporteur for Racism:  NYC (November 11, 2013)
  • “Communicating the Absurd: Reflections on Albert Camus” Plenary for the Pennsylvania State Communications Association at Gannon University (October 18, 2013)
  • “Movements and Parties” for the Future Leaders Program at Rutgers University (July 18, 2013)
  • “Utopia and Politics” for the Plenary Session of the Convention of International Platypus Affiliates in Chicago (April 7, 2013)

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John Cantwell

 Lectures:

  • Keynote Speaker at the Workshop on The Globalization of Innovation, Duke University, Durham NC, (July 2014).
  • Keynote Speaker: "Explaining patterns of MNC Subunit Knowledge Creation and Knowledge Sourcing,” at the Conference on Knowledge Transfers in MNCs, HEG-ARC, Neuchâtel, (July 2014).
  • Keynote Speaker at the Conference on Multinationals and Economic Geography, London School of Economics, (March 2014).
  • Keynote Speaker: "Can Innovation be Unbundled from Other Value Chain Activities?" at the Conference on Location of Innovation in MNCs, Copenhagen Business School (December 2013).
  • Keynote Speaker at the Conference on Innovation in a Global World, École Polytechnique, Paris (October 2013).

 

Ariane Chebel d'Appollonia

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Lectures:

  • “Critical Evaluation of the Securitization of Immigration Policies”, New York University, (April 2014).
  • “Securitization of Migration Management at the EU Level”, New York University, (June 2013).
  • “Immigration and Insecurity: A Transatlantic Perspective”, King’s College London, (February 2013).
  • “Immigration Policy and Integration Regime in the United States and Europe”, Consulate General of France (NYC), co-sponsored by the Alliance Program, (December 2012).
  • “United in Adversity? European Identity in Times of Crises”, The Englesberg Seminar, Axel and Margaret Ax:son Johnson Foundation, Stockholm, (June 2012).
  • “The role of Immigration in the French and US presidential elections”, Maison Française and Collège International de Philosophie, Columbia University, (May 2012).
  • Presentation of Frontiers of Fear: Immigration and Insecurity in the United States and Europe at the German Marshall Fund, (April 2012).
  • “Security v. Diversity in Europe?”, BMW Center, Georgetown University, April 2012.
  • “The Security/insecurity Spiral and its Effects on the Integration of Minorities”, Center for European Studies, Harvard University, (March 2012).

 

Jean-Marc Coicaud

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Yale Ferguson

Conference Presentations:

  • “War and Political Evolution in the Ancient Mediterranean,” for the ISA 56th Annual Convention:  New Orleans, LA (February 2015).
  • Discussant: Panel on “Post-National Rule and the Policing of Space,” for ISA 56th Annual Convention: New Orleans, LA (February 2015).
  • “Turkey and the European Union: The Context Shifts Again,” for a joint conference on “Turkey and Europe: Cultural Aspects,” organized by the Academia Europaea, London, and the Commission for Migration and Immigration Research of the Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna, Austria: Bergheim bei Salzburg, Austria, (September 2014)
  • “Rising Powers and Global Governance: Theoretical Perspectives,” for Seminar on Rising Powers and Global Governance: Plymouth University, Plymouth England, (March 1, 2014).
  • "Promise and Pitfalls of Using History in the Study of Global Politics: Preinternational Polities: Political Evolution in the Ancient Mediterranean,” paper for EISA 8th Pan-European Conference on International Relations: Warsaw, Poland, (September 2013).
  • “Convergence and Fragmentation in the Study of Global Politics,” paper for the 25th Anniversary Conference of Academia Europaea: Wroclaw, Poland, (September 16-19  2013).

Lectures:

  • Roundtable Panelist: “Honoring Saskia Sassen," for ISA 56th Annual Convention: New Orleans, LA (February 2015).
  • “The United States, NATO, and Ukraine: European Security in a Changing Context,” for EUROPA UNA Lecture sponsored by the Willie Brandt Center for German and European Studies, Academia Europaea Knowledge Hub-Wroclaw, College of Eastern Europe and Institute of Political Science: Wroclaw, Poland,  (November 17, 2014)
  • Roundtable Panelist: “The Benchmark Dates of IR,” European International Studies Association, 8th Pan-European Conference on International Relations: Warsaw, Poland (September 2013).
  • Roundtable panelist, “Mapping the Universe of IR Theories” and “In Honor of James N. Rosenau,” International Studies Association Annual Meeting: San Francisco, CA, (April 3-6, 2013).

 

Kevin Kolben

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Simon Reich

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