DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE

 

FACULTY ACTIVITIES REPORT

 

FOR JULY 1, 2000 TO JUNE 30, 2001

 

 

 

Chapter 1:  Publications, Performances, Exhibits

 

Coates, David

 

“Epilogue: the denouement”, in L. Panitch and C. Leys, The End of Parliamentary Socialism  (London, Verso Books, May 2001), pp. 272-290

 

“In praise of accurate reviewing”, New Political Economy, Vol. 6, no. 1 (March 2001), pp. 138-141

 

“De interne en externe dimensie van de economische politiek van ‘New Labour’” (with

 Colin Hay), Tijdschrift Voor Arbeid en Partcipatie, Vol. 21, no. 4, 2000, pp. 264-286

 

Co-editor (with L. Panitch, C.Leys and G. Albo), Working Classes, Global Realities (London:  Merlin Press, November 2000), 392 pp.

 

Co-editor (with Peter Lawler), New Labour in Power (Manchester:  Manchester University Press, August 2000), 318 pp.

 

 

Durotoye, Yomi

 

Book review of Samuel Decalo, The Stable Minority:  Civilian Rule in Africa, 1960-1990. Gainesville, Florida: Academic Press, 1998, in American Political Science Review, Vol. 93, no. 3, (September 2000), pp. 737-738.

 

Harriger, Katy

 

“The President and the Independent Counsel:  Reflections on Prosecutors, Presidential Prerogatives, and Political Power,” in Presidential Studies Quarterly, Vol. 31, no. 2 (June 2001), pp. 338-348.

 

“The Ethics in Government Act of 1978,” (pp. 112-114), “Tax Scandal,” (pp. 334-335) “Tea Pot Dome,” (pp. 335-336) in Gerald S. Greenberg, ed. Historical Encyclopedia of U.S. Independent Counsel Investigations (Westport, Ct, Greenwood Press, 2000).

 

Kennedy, Charles  H.

 

Co-editor (with Craig Baxter), Pakistan: 2000 (Karachi: Oxford University Press, 2001; Lanham, Maryland:  Lexington Books), 202 pp.

 

“Reconsidering the Relationship Between the State, Donors, and NGOs in Bangladesh,” The Pakistan Development Review, Vol. 38, no. 4 (Winter 2000), pp. 489-506

 

Lee, Wei-Chin

 

Editor, Taiwan in Perspective (Leiden, The Netherlands; Boston; Koln:  Brill 2000), 224 pp.

 

“A Split Decision:  Privatization of the Aero-Industry Development Center (AIDC) in Taiwan,“ Pacific Focus, Vol. 15, no. 1, 2000, pp. 35-57.

 

“One Talk, Two Tables:  A Study of the 1998 Koo-Wang Meeting across the Taiwan Strait,” Journal of Chinese Political Science, Vol. 5, no. 2, 1999, pp. 1-34.  Also appeared in Working Papers in Asian Studies, no. 1, Center for Asian Studies, University of South Carolina, 2000, 38 pp.

 

Rich, Andrew

 

“U.S. Think Tanks and the Intersection of Ideology Advocacy, and Influence, “ NIRA Review, Vol. 8, no. 1 (Winter 2001), pp. 54-59.

 

With R. Kent Weaver, “Think Tanks and the National Media,” Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics, Vol. 5, no. 4 (Fall 2000), pp. 81-103.

 

Siavelis, Peter

 

Review of Democratic Institutional Design by Brian Crisp (Stanford University Press, 2000) in Latin American Politics and Society Vol. 43, no. 1 (Spring 2001), pp. 164-167.

 

“Continuidad y Transformacion en el Sistema de Partidos Chilenos:  Sobre los cambios ocasionados por el sistema electoral,” Revista de Ciencia Politica, Vol. 20, no. 2 (Spring 2001).

 

Smith, Kathy B.

 

With Craig Smith, “A Rhetorical Perspective on the 1997 British Party Manifestos,” Political Communication, Vol. 17, no. 4 (October-December 2000), pp. 457-473.

 

Weinstein, David

 

Co-editor (with Avital Simhony), The New Liberalism:  Reconciling Liberty and Community (Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press), 255 pp.

 

With A. Simphony, “Introduction:  The New Liberalism and the Liberal-Communitarian Debate,” A. Simhony and D. Weinstein (eds.), The New Liberalism:  Reconciling Liberty and Community  (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001), pp. 1-25.

 

“The new Liberalism and the Rejection of Utilitarianism,” in A. Simhony and D. Weinstein (eds.)  The New Liberalism:  Reconciling Liberty and Community (Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 2001), pp. 159-183.

 

“Deductive Hedonism and the Anxiety of Influence,” Utilitas, Vol. 12, no. 3 (November 2000), pp. 329-346.

 

Welsh, Helga A.

 

“The Elite Conundrum in the GDR:  Lessons from the District Level,” German Studies Review, Vol. 24, no. 1 (February 2001) 

 

“East-West Electoral Encounters in Unified Germany,” in David Conradt et. al., eds. Power Shift in Germany:  The 1998 Election and the End of the Kohl Era (New York and Oxford:  Berghahn Books, 2000), pp. 181-199.

 

Book review of Jennifer A. Yoder, From East Germans to Germans?  The New Postcommunist Elites.  Durham, NC and London:  Duke University Press, 1999, in:  American Political Science Review, Vo. 94, no. 3 (September 2000), pp. 759-760.

 

 

Chapter 2:  Papers and Presentations

 

Browers, Michaelle

 

Paper:  “’The Earth Free for the Free Individual’:  An Ecofeminist Reading of Emma Goldman’s Mother Earth, Conference on “Women and Power,” Middle Tennessee State University, April 2001.

 

Paper:  “Civil Society and the Boundaries of the Community in Arab-Islamic Political Thought,” Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada, March 2001.

 

Moderator:  “Civil Rights,” Conference on Debatable Issues in the Presidential Campaign, Wake Forest University, October 5, 2000.

 

Coates, David

 

Paper:  “The design of distance learning systems: preliminary parameters,” Advisory Committee on Wellesley in the Digital Age, Wellesley College, May 1, 2001

 

Paper:  “Capitalist Models and Social Democracy: the case of New Labor,” Center for European Studies, Harvard University, February 22, 2001.

 

Moderator:  “Taxes, Expenditures and Surplus,” Conference on Debatable Issues in the Presidential Campaign, Wake Forest University, October 3, 2000.

 

Paper:  “Capitalist Models and Social Democracy: the case of New Labor,” Colloquium on Historical and Contemporary Political Economy, Center for Advanced Social Science Research, New York University, November 2, 2000.

 

Durotoye, Yomi

 

Presentation:  “Managing Conflicts in Africa,” The Triad United Nations Associations, Scales Fine Arts Center, Wake Forest University, April 19, 2001.

 

Moderator:  “Foreign Policy Interventions,” Conference on Debatable Issues in the Presidential Campaign, Wake Forest University, October 4, 2000.

 

Fleer, Jack

 

Moderator:  “Campaign Finance Reform,” Conference on Debatable Issues in the Presidential Campaign, Wake Forest University, October 3, 2000.

 

Harriger, Katy

 

Paper:  “Lessons from the Independent Counsel Era,“ Midwest Political Science Association Meeting, Chicago, IL, April 20, 2001.

 

Moderator:  “Public Education,” Conference on Debatable Issues in the Presidential Campaign, Wake Forest University, October 5, 2000.

 

Kennedy, Charles H.

 

Presentation:  “Negotiating Faculty Salaries Without Bargaining: Holding an Administration to its own Rhetoric,” North Carolina  -  American Association of University Professors Spring Conference and Annual Meeting.  East Carolina University, Greenville, NC., April 21, 2001.

 

Paper:  “Islam and Politics in Pakistan”  Conference on Islam and the 21st Century.  Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, Ga., April 9-10, 2001.

 

Program Organizer and Discussant:  “The Crisis in Kashmir” SASASAAS Annual Faculty Development Seminar.  Guilford College, Greensboro, NC.  March 30, 2001.

 

AIBS Secretary/AIPS Trustee/Workshop participant:  Association for Asian Studies (AAS) 53rd Annual meeting.  Chicago, Illinois, March 22-March 25, 2001.

 

Paper:  “The Formulation and Implementation of Pakistan’s Local Government Plan, 2000.”  Berkeley South Asian Conference.  16th Annual meeting.  University of California at Berkeley, February 16-17, 2001.

 

Testimony/Presentation:  “Issues of Religious Freedom in Pakistan.”  United States Commission on International Religious Freedom.  Washington DC.  January 9, 2001.

 

Presentation (with Ashley Barr), “A Preliminary Assessment of Pakistan’s Local Government Plan.”  Electoral Reform Group, Council of Social Sciences, Islamabad, Pakistan.  November 9, 2000.

 

Paper:  “The Politics of the Provisional Constitution Order.”  Wisconsin Conference on South Asia, 29th Annual conference, University of Wisconsin , Madison, Wisconsin.  October 13-15, 2000.

 

Paper:  Constitutional and Political Change in Pakistan:  One Year After the Military Takeover.”  National Advisory Council on South Asian Affairs, Conference on South Asian Politics and the Economy.  University of Wisconsin, Madison Wisconsin, October 12, 2000.

 

Moderator:  “Weapons and National Security,” Conference on Debatable Issues in the Presidential Campaign, Wake Forest University, October 4, 2000.

 

Presentation:  “Leadership and Institutional Instability.”  Strategic Assessments Group, Pakistan’s Strategic Culture Workshop.  Rand Corporation, Pentagon City, Virginia.  September 15, 2000.

 

Discussant and Chair:  “The Absence of Violence in Interethnic Relations:  When and Why?”  International Political Science Association, World Congress.  Québec City, Québec, Canada.  August 1-6, 2000.

 

Lee, Wei-chin

 

Paper: “Three Faces of Taiwan’s National Security,“ Southeast Conference, Association for Asian Studies, Tallahassee, Florida, January 11-14, 2001.

 

Paper:  “Red Alert:  An Assessment of Taiwan’s Security,” Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington, DC,  August 31-September 3, 2000.

 

Paper:  “Cross-Strait Relations,” Center for Asian Studies, University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina, April 20-22, 2001.

 

Chair:  “Ballots without Butterflies:  China’s Village Election and Taiwan’s Voting System, Wake Forest University, February 23, 2001.

 

Moderator:  “World Trade and national Economic Policy,” Conference on Debatable Issues in the Presidential Campaign, Wake Forest University, October 6, 2000.

 

Chair:  “Institutional Change in Taiwan and the PRC,” 2000 Annual APSA meeting, Washington, DC, August 31-September 3, 2000.

 

Rich, Andrew

 

Paper:  “The Characteristics and Influence of State Think Tanks,” Japan Center for International Exchange/Public Policy Institute of California Workshop, San Francisco, California, March 2001.

 

Paper:  “Think Tanks and the Politics of Expertise in the States,” State of the States Conference, College Station, Texas, March 2001.

 

Moderator:  “Health Care and Social Security” and “Technology and Telecommunications,” Conference on Debatable Issues in the Presidential Campaign, Wake Forest University, October 5 and 6, 2000.

 

Sears, Richard

 

Paper:  “International Relations Textbooks and the ‘Possession for All Time,’”

International Studies Association Convention, Chicago, IL, February 21, 2001.

 

Moderator:  “Foreign Policy Interventions” Conference on Debatable Issues in the Presidential Campaign, Wake Forest University, October 4,  2000.

 

Siavelis, Peter

 

Paper:  “Variations in Executive/Legislative Behavior in Chile,” at XIIIth annual Congress of the International Political Science Association, Quebec City, Canada, August 1-5, 2000.

 

Moderator:  “Immigration,” Conference on Debatable Issues in the Presidential Campaign, Wake Forest University, October 6, 2000.

 

Smith, Kathy B.

 

Conducted Workshop:  “Perspectives on the Election and Post-Clinton Presidency,”  Western States Communication, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, February 2001.

 

Paper:  “Super Tuesday?  So Many Contests, So Little Time,” Capital States Communication Association, Detroit, Michigan, October, 2000.

 

Moderator:  “Politics of a Presidential Debate,” Conference on Debatable Issues in the Presidential Campaign, Wake Forest University, October 6, 2000.

 

Panel Participant:  “The Media in Comparative Context,” American Political Science Association, Washington, DC, August 2000.

 

Weinstein, David

 

Presentation:  “Liberty, Community, and Individual Responsibility in the Writings of Bernard Bosanquet,” Special colloquium, Murphy Institute of Political Economy, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, March 2001.

 

Moderator: “Middle East Policy,” Conference on Debatable Issues in the Presidential Campaign, Wake Forest University, October 4, 2000.

 

Chapter 3:  Editorships, Offices, Consultancies

 

Coates, David

 

Member, Editorial Committee, The Socialist Register

Member, Editorial Committee, Journal of Transatlantic Studies

 

Kennedy, Charles H.

 

Contributing Editor, Asian Affairs (Washington, DC)

Secretary, American Institute of Bangladesh Studies

Director, American Institute of Pakistan Studies (through 2000)

Carter Center, Emory University, Atlanta, GA.  Two weeks “Preliminary Assessment Team, Local Government Plan—Pakistan (November 2000)

Rand Corporation.  Strategic Assessments Group.  One week.  (September, 2000)

 

Lee, Wei-chin

 

Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Chinese Political Science

At-Large member, Executive Council, Southeast Conference, Association for Asian Studies

WFU/SASASAAS China Studies Program

 

Sears, Richard

 

Secretary-Treasurer IE/NCISPA Section of the International Studies Association

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Siavelis, Peter

 

Section Chair, Comparative Politics—Developing Areas.  The Mid-West Political Science Association

Screener, Social Science Research Council International Dissertation Field Research Fellowship Program

Secretary, Latin American Political Institutions Section, the Latin American Studies Association

World Wide Web Page Coordinator LAPIS—Latin American Political Institutions Section, the Latin American Studies Association

 

Weinstein, David

 

Chair and Organizer, “Utilitarianism 2000,” 6th International Conference, International Society for Utilitarian Studies, Wake Forest University

 

University Committee, North Carolina-Israel Partnership, 1997-present.

 

Welsh, Helga A.

 

Interim Editor, German Studies Review (Fall, 2000)

Member, Editorial Board, German Studies Review

Secretary-Treasurer, Conference Group on German Politics

 

 

Chapter 4:  External Grants Received

 

Harriger, Katy

 

$ 200,000        “College Students and Deliberation,” The Kettering Foundation.

 

Kennedy, Charles H.

 

$ 100,000        “AIPS Activities,“ Government of Pakistan, U.S. Department of

Education.

 

$ 110,000        “AIPS Activities” CAORC, Department of State, USG

 

Lee, Wei-chin

 

$ 25,000          “Taiwan Under Lee Teng-hui (1988-2000),” Ministry of Foreign

                        Affairs, Taipei, Taiwan

 

$ 2,500            Asian Security Program, Duke University