“The Relevancy of Political Science?”
Nov. 10, 11, & 12, 2016 in Savannah, Ga.
This year’s theme focuses upon questioning Political Science’s relevancy to actual politics; to local, state, and national issues; to undergraduate and graduate students; to and in community colleges, two and four year institutions, and major research universities; and most importantly, in determining Political Science’s relevancy to society, the audience for which the discipline was “invented” to serve by the ancient philosophers. Within this major theme, it must also be addressed who and what are being overlooked and underrepresented by the profession. Dr. Kirk A. Randazzo will deliver conference keynote.
For More information, email Craig Albert.
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