We are delighted to share our lineup for the 2019 Toronto Political Development Workshop.
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Special Theme Workshop on Comparative Constitutional Development: October 3, 2019
Connor Ewing (Toronto) – The Judicial Construction of Federalism
Daniel Sherwin (Toronto) – Theorizing the Extractive Order in Canadian Political Development
Robinson Woodward-Burns (Howard), David Bateman (Cornell), and Stephan Stohler (SUNY Albany) – Laboratories of Democracy? State Constitutional Antecedents to Federal Constitutional Rights
Toronto Political Development Workshop: October 4-5, 2019
Keynote presentation: Margaret Weir (Brown)
Quinn Albaugh (Princeton) – The Blue and the Orange: The Orange Order and Protestant-Conservative Connection, 1899-1917
David Bateman (Cornell) – Gilded Age Doughfaces: Northern Democrats and Civil Rights in the late Nineteenth Century
Jean-Francois Godbout (Montreal) – Lost on Division: Party Unity in Canada
Ursula Hackett (Royal Holloway) – State Action, Constitutional Challenge, and the Deniability of Policy Feedback
Quinn Mulroy and Thomas Ogorzalek (Northwestern) – New Dealers in a New Era of Globalization: Race and the Welfare State Exclusion in the U.S. and France
Isabel M. Perera (Penn) – Supply-Side Policy Feedback: Resource Distribution for the Disadvantaged
Kumar Ramanathan (Northwestern) From Civil Rights to Social Policy: The Political Development of Family and Medical Leave Policy in the U.S.
Sarah Staszak (Princeton) – Privatizing Worker Protections: Arbitration and Litigation Reform in the U.S.
Timothy Weaver (SUNY Albany) – Charting Change in the City
Emily Zackin (Johns Hopkins) – Debtors and American Constitutional Development
Additional confirmed participants include: Gerard Boychuk (Waterloo), Andrea Louise Campbell (MIT), Richard Johnston (UBC), Desmond King (Oxford), Robert Lieberman (Johns Hopkins), Adam Sheingate (Johns Hopkins), and Rick Valelly (Swarthmore).
For more information about the workshop, please contact Jack Lucas (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Robert Vipond (email@example.com).