CPSA 2014, day 2

2014-05-28

in Canada, Geek stuff, Politics

I am glad Peter Russell encouraged me to attend this morning’s “Roundtable: Constitutional Conventions, Minority Parliaments and Government Formation“. It has certainly been the most interesting session I have attended at the conference so far. I need to add Peter Aucoin, Mark Jarvis, and Lori Turnbull’s Democratizing the Constitution: Reforming Responsible Government to my reading list.

Next, I have a session on “Voting Determinants“.

Later, I am going to Catherine Dauvergne’s talk on “The end of settler societies and the new politics of immigration“.

Today’s last academic event will be the CPSA presidential address: “What is it a Case Of? Studying Your Own Country“.

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