Florida GOP on anthropology students: “We don’t need them here”

Anthropology, psychology, and political science programs are under attack in Florida. Governor Rick Scott asks “Is it a vital interest of the state to have more anthropologists? I don’t think so.” This is part of his aim to relocate available education funding to programs which will stimulate job growth, mainly in the STEM fields. Some […]

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Hannah Arendt/Reiner Schurmann symposium: political theology

Two day event sponsored by the Departments of Philosophy and Politics. Please note room locations. Friday, November 4, 2011 at 6 E 16 St, Room D 1103, 9:00 am – 6:00 pm Seyla Benhabib: “Carl Schmitt’s Critique of Kant: Sovereignty and International Law” Andreas Kalyvas: “The Fallacies of Political Theology” Richard J. Bernstein: ” Is […]

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Eli Zaretsky to deliver Ralph Miliban Lecture at the London School of Economics and Politics on the future of the left

Prof. Zaretsky will give a talk on the Future of the Left this spring at the LSE as the Ralph Miliban Lecture. Ralph Miliban was associated with the LSE for over 30 years, was an important thinker on socialism and Western democracy and politics. Past lecture series topics included “Oil, Energy, Security, and Global Order”, […]

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GRADFACts has a new format!

In an effort to make your division newsletter even more useful, we’ve converted it into a blog. You’ll still see much of the content that you’re familiar with, but a blog format is better for a number of reasons: Information stays current A blog will be updated more frequently than once a month. This will […]

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