News for Students & Alumni
- November 18, 2010
Political Science Department bowling night for majors and faculty is scheduled for Friday, January 14, 2011, 7:00-10:00 p.m. at Jesse James Lanes. Watch this site for more information--you don't want to miss this fun event! Fun, food, stylish bowling shoes!
- November 18, 2010
Political Science Quiz Bowl Night is Tuesday, February 15, 7:00-9:00 p.m. in Great Hall. Brush up on your knowledge of political facts! Impress friends with your knowledge!
- April 12, 2010
It has been four and one-half years since Katrina hit New Orleans. Join us on Thursday, February 25 from 5:00-6:30 p.m., Boliou 104, Carleton College, as Rosanne Adderley, Associate Professor of History, Tulane University; John Bardes, '08 (history), teacher, Arthur Ashe Charter School, New Orleans; and Kimberly Smith, Associate Professor, Political Science and Environmental Studies, Carleton College, present three views on Katrina's impact on New Orleans and the city's progress toward recovery.
- March 14, 2008
- January 28, 2008
- July 23, 2007
Steven Schier and Andrew Kaufman '07 of the Political
Science Department have coauthored a scholarly article
in the American Review of Politics, a peer-reviewed
journal. Entitled "American Foreign Policy Opinion in
2004: Exploring Underlying Beliefs," their analysis
appears in Volume 27 of the journal (Winter 2006-7) on
- May 17, 2007
Congratulations to these students who earned Distinction for their comps papers:
- Noah Brennan, '07
- Jessica Goad, '07
- Dan Hall, '07
- Ben Jacoff, '07
- Andrew Kaufman, '07
- Jonah Khandros, '07
- Brian Klaas, '08
- Seth Lippincott, '07
- Wayne Soon, '08
- Martha Thomsen, '07
- April 16, 2007
The first joint Macalester-Carleton College Political Science Student Conference will be held April 4, 2007, in the Weyerhauser boardroom at Macalester College. As the attached announcement and application describe, this day-long conference will consist of thematically organized panels of paper presentations, each of which will include a student chair, 3-4 student presenters, and a faculty discussant. Both student and faculty participants will be drawn from the two colleges.
Announcing the Conference on Southeast Asian Americans: Building Scholarship and Cross-Campus ConnectionsNovember 17, 2006
May 12-13, 2007
Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota
On campuses across the United States, a new generation of young scholars is engaged in research on the history, immigration, and contemporary life of Southeast Asian Americans in the United States. Undergraduate students are carrying out exciting research projects about the dynamic changes taking place in communities of Southeast Asian Americans and the relationship of these communities to the larger society and global environment. The “Conference on Southeast Asian Americans” has two principal aims. First, the conference will provide a forum for undergraduates to share and discuss their research. Second, the conference will offer a space for faculty and undergraduates to develop collaborative relationships for future research endeavors. The conference will focus on studies of Southeast Asian Americans who are immigrants or descendents of immigrants from the mainland of Southeast Asia, including Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam. We are especially interested in papers about the ethnic Burmese, Cambodian, Hmong, Khmu, Lao, Lue, Mien, Thai, Thaidam, and Vietnamese.
- August 2, 2006
Introduction of Dev Gupta and Carolyn Wong