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   Section 01  -  Comparative Politics
   Section 02  -  Environmental Political Theory
Panel 02. 01 - Theorizing Green Urban Communities
Panel 02. 02 - The Anthropocene and Environmental Political Theory I
Date: Thursday, March 28, 2013, 10:00 - 11:45 AM
Chair(s): Trachtenberg, Zev, ztrachtenberg@ou.edu, University of Oklahoma
Paper(s): Assembling the Anthropocene: The View from an Earth Scientist
Ellis, Michael, mich3@bgs.ac.uk, British Geological Survey
Environmental Management for the Anthropocene
Schlosberg, David, david.schlosberg@sydney.edu.au, The University of Sydney
The Anthropocene, the Apocalyptic and the Anthropocentric: Sustainability, Resilience and Collapse
Barry, John, j.barry@qub.ac.uk, Queen's University Belfast
Orthodox Sovereignty and Oligopoly Capitalism in the Decline of Anthropocene Man
Cox, Christopher, chriscox@pdx.edu, Portland State University
Discussant(s): Luke, Timothy, twluke@vt.edu, Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Panel 02. 03 - The Anthropocene and Environmental Political Theory II
Panel 02. 04 - The Anthropocene and Environmental Political Theory III
Panel 02. 05 - Critical Ecologies: Rethinking Consumption, Agency, Responsibility, and Cruelty
Panel 02. 06 - Edible Politics: Food, History, Democracy, Justice
Panel 02. 07 - The Vicissitudes of Climate Change
Panel 02. 08 - Justice and Environments
Panel 02. 09 - No Future: Political Questions about Future Generations
Panel 02. 10 - Science, Expertise, Risk
Panel 02. 11 - Questioning Who, What and How of Environmental Politics
Panel 02. 12 - Constructing Environmental Politics
Panel 02. 13 - Themes and Thinkers in Environmental Political Theory
   Section 03  -  Environmental Politics
   Section 04  -  Executive Politics
   Section 05  -  Gender, Race and Intersectionality
   Section 06  -  (Im)migration and Citizenship
   Section 07  -  International Relations
   Section 08  -  Interpretation and Method
   Section 09  -  Judicial Politics, Legal Politics and Public Law
   Section 10  -  Legislative Politics
   Section 11  -  Media and Political Communications
   Section 12  -  Parties, Interest Groups and Social Movements
   Section 13  -  Political Theory and Its Applications
   Section 14  -  Political Theory: Critical and Normative
   Section 15  -  Political Thought: Historical Approaches
   Section 16  -  Politics and History
   Section 17  -  Politics and Policy in the City of Angels
   Section 18  -  Politics and Sexuality
   Section 19  -  Public Administration
   Section 20  -  Public Opinion and Political Psychology
   Section 21  -  Public Policy
   Section 22  -  Race, Ethnicity and Politics
   Section 23  -  State, Local and Urban Politics
   Section 24  -  Teaching, Research, and Professional Development
   Section 25  -  Undergraduate Research Posters
   Section 26  -  Voting and Elections
   Section 27  -  Women and Politics
   Section 28  -  Program Chair
   Section 29  -  Meetings and Special Events