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   Section 01  -  Comparative Politics
   Section 02  -  Critical Perspectives on Higher Education
   Section 03  -  Environmental Political Theory
   Section 04  -  Environmental Politics
   Section 05  -  Executive Politics
   Section 06  -  Gender, Race and Intersectionality
   Section 07  -  ( Im)migration and Citizenship
   Section 08  -  International Relations
   Section 09  -  Interpretation and Method
   Section 10  -  Judicial Politics, Legal Politics and Public Law
   Section 11  -  Legislative Politics
   Section 12  -  Media and Political Communications
   Section 13  -  Parties, Interest Groups and Social Movements
   Section 14  -  Political Theory and Its Applications
   Section 15  -  Political Theory: Critical and Normative
Panel 15. 01 - Roundtable: ''American Mourning: Tragedy, Democracy, Resilience,'' by Simon Stow, Author Meets Critics
Panel 15. 02 - Roundtable: ''Becoming Who We Are: Political and Practical Philosophy in the Work of Stanley Cavel'', by Andrew Norris, Author Meets Critics;
Panel 15. 03 - Roundtable: ''An Impossible Dream? Racial Integration in the United States,'' by Sharon Stanley, Author Meets Critics
Panel 15. 04 - Roundtable: ''Ordinary Democracy: Sovereignty and Citizenship Beyond the Neoliberal Impasse,'' by Ali Aslam, Author Meets Critics
Panel 15. 05 - ''The Prince of This World,'' by Adam Kotsko, Author Meets Critics
Panel 15. 06 - Roundtable: Kate Millett's ''Sexual Politics'': Revisiting a Feminist Classic.
Panel 15. 07 - Roundtable: Should people who oppose injustice believe in neoliberalism?
Panel 15. 08 - Roundtable: Acting Like a Dick: Masculinity and Politics in the Age of Trump
Panel 15. 09 - Contestation and Powers of the False
Panel 15. 10 - The Politics of Spaces: Protective, Affective, Capitalist, Transformative
Panel 15. 11 - Captivity and Abolitionism in American Politics
Panel 15. 12 - On The Clock: Democracy and Time
Panel 15. 13 - Pain, Pleasure, and Political Power
Panel 15. 14 - What's the Word?: Staking out Political Concepts
Panel 15. 15 - The Politics of Play
Panel 15. 16 - Bodies, Race and the Market
Panel 15. 17 - The Politics of Land and Decolonization
Panel 15. 18 - Necro-Geopolitics: On Death and Death-Making in the Global Polity
Panel 15. 19 - Faith in Politics, Politics in Faith
Panel 15. 20 - Reclaiming the Historical Subject: Rousseau and the Remaking of Self And Society
Panel 15. 21 - Dignity, Injustice and The Politics of Vulnerability
Panel 15. 22 - Public Lands in the Age of Neoliberal Markets
Panel 15. 23 - Challenging (our) Beloved Communities: Sylvia Rivera, Assata Shakur, James Baldwin, and Audre Lorde on Freedom Struggle In and Outside Communities of Care
Panel 15. 24 - Material Matters
Panel 15. 25 - Prisons and Persons
Panel 15. 26 - Citizenship and Migration
Panel 15. 27 - Domination and Autonomy
Panel 15. 28 - Sovereignty and its Boundaries
Panel 15. 29 - Democracy and Discourse
Panel 15. 30 - Honor and Horror
Panel 15. 31 - Ways of Seeing: Museums
Panel 15. 32 - Theorizing the Politics of Information: Contested Truths in Media New and Old
Panel 15. 33 - Arendtian Facts, Freedom, and Judgement
Panel 15. 34 - Presence of the Voice: Truthtelling and Parrhesia
Panel 15. 35 - Garbaging the Neoliberal Fantasy: Trump, Trolls, Toxic Masculinity and MAGA
Panel 15. 36 - Apocalyptic Presence
Panel 15. 37 - Post-Colonial Practices and Possibilities
Panel 15. 38 - Cultural Governance and the Politics of Intellectual Property
Panel 15. 39 - Embodied Politics (Race, Sex, and Other)
Panel 15. 40 - Bodily Economies
Panel 15. 41 - Trumpism and Fascism (Aspirational Fascism)
Panel 15. 42 - Technology
Panel 15. 43 - Legal Subjects
Panel 15. 44 - Mindfulness and Politics: Embodied Social Change
Panel 15. 45 - Dreams, Death, Imagination and the Popular: The Politics of Contestation
Panel 15. 46 - Public Things
Panel 15. 47 - Subjecting Black Bodies
Panel 15. 48 - Indigenous Insurgency
Panel 15. 49 - Feminist Alternatives
Panel 15. 50 - This Text Which is Not One: Canon Formation and Feminist Interpretation
Panel 15. 51 - Biopolitical Populations
Panel 15. 52 - Affective Techniques and Technologies
Panel 15. 53 - Tragic Interruptions
Panel 15. 54 - Obligations and Commitments: Family, Friends, and Citizens
Panel 15. 55 - Humanism and Its Exclusions
Panel 15. 56 - Parrhesia as Resistance
Panel 15. 57 - This Text Which is Not One Too -- Theory and Interpretation
Panel 15. 58 - Theology: Political, Philosophical, and Otherwise
Panel 15. 59 - Stage and Screen
Panel 15. 60 - Grey in Grey: Hegelian Reflections
Panel 15. 61 - Equality and Pluralism
Panel 15. 62 - Experience and Expertise in the Making of Identity
Panel 15. 63 - White Supremacy
Panel 15. 64 - Texts in Dark Times: Interpretive Possibilities
Panel 15. 65 - Queer Commitments and Contestations
Panel 15. 66 - Sound Advice
Panel 15. 67 - ANY APPROPRIATE PANEL
Panel 15. 68 - any panel relevant to my areas of expertise
   Section 16  -  Political Thought: Historical Approaches
   Section 17  -  Politics and History
   Section 18  -  Politics, Literature, and Film
   Section 19  -  Politics and Sexuality
   Section 20  -  Public Administration
   Section 21  -  Public Opinion and Political Psychology
   Section 22  -  Public Policy
   Section 23  -  Race, Ethnicity and Politics
   Section 24  -  State, Local and Urban Politics
   Section 25  -  Teaching, Research, and Professional Development
   Section 26  -  Undergraduate Research Posters
   Section 27  -  Voting and Elections
   Section 28  -  Women and Politics
   Section 29  -  Program Chair's Section - Contested Truth
   Section 30  -  Miniconference: The Political Economy of Undemocratic Politics
   Section 31  -  Miniconference: Policing
   Section 32  -  Miniconference: Care Ethics
   Section 33  -  Miniconference: Asian Pacific American Politics
   Section 34  -  Miniconference: Community College: Teaching, Assessment and Research
   Section 35  -  Miniconference: Teaching and Learning