CICL-CLRP Scholarship Roundtable

January 24, 2011Duke Law News

Challenges to Democracy in Divided Societies
Duke Law School, Room 4044
Saturday, January 29, 2011

Invitation Only.

The topic of the roundtable will be “Challenges to Democracy in Divided Societies.” The purpose of the roundtable is to bring together scholars who are not often in conversation with one another across a range of disciplines—particularly law, political science and economics—to think through the current and future challenges to democracy in fractured societies.

Suren Avanesyan, USAID Washington
Valerie Bunce, Cornell Government
Guy-Uriel Charles, Duke Law
James Gardner, SUNY Buffalo Law
Laurence Helfer, Duke Law
Donald L. Horowitz, Duke Law
Sam Issacharoff, NYU Law
Ellen Katz, Michigan Law
Judith Kelley, Duke Public Policy
Staffan I. Lindberg, Florida Political Science
Ellen Lust, Yale Political Science
Jennifer McCoy, Carter Center and Georgia State Political Science
Ralf Michaels, Duke Law
Gary Milante, World Bank, Development Economics Research Group
Christina Murray, University of Cape Town Public Law
Janai Nelson, St. Johns Law
Wayne Norman, Duke Ethics
Brendan O'Leary, Penn Political Science
Richard Pildes, NYU Law
Benjamin Reilly, Johns Hopkins SE Asia Studies
Andrew Reynolds, UNC Political Science
Steven Wilkinson, Yale Political Science