1. Theories - (Neo) Realism and (Neo) Liberalism

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    Discussion of Chapters on Realism and Liberalism.

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    • Security (Oct 13)

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      Discussion of the first two chapters that discuss Structures and Processes in the textbook.

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      • Theories of Globalization (Sep 15)

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        Discussion of Introduction and Chapter 1 in Baylis et al (4ed).

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        • Alternative Theories

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          Discussion of Marxism, Constructivism, Feminism.

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          • Evolution of International Society (Sep 22)

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            Discussion of Chapters 2 and 3 of the textbook.

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            • "Marx and Latin America Revisited" - Fall 2010 Janey Program Lecture

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              The Janey Program in Latin American Studies at NSSR Bruno Bosteels is Professor of Romance Studies at Cornell University and editor of the Journal Diacritics. Bosteels is the author of dozens of articles on modern Latin American literature and culture, and on contemporary European philosophy and political theory. His research interests further include the crossovers between art, literature, theory, and cartography; the radical movements of the 1960s and 1970s; the communist hypothesis; cultural studies and critical theory; and the reception of Marx and Freud in Latin America. Professor Bosteels is the author of Badiou o el recomienzo del materialismo dialéctico (2007), Badiou and Politics (2009) and Marx and Freud in Latin America (expected 2010). This event is co-sponsored by The New School for Social Research's Departments of Philosophy and Historical Studies.

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              • To Eat or Not to Eat? That is the Question

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                On October 19, 2010, the presentation "To Eat or Not to Eat? That is the Question" brought nutrition experts Jessica Yep, Mimi MacLean and Ronna Corlin to Darien Library. The three panelists discuss a variety of issues surrounding nutrition and food. For more information, please visit: http://www.darienlibrary.org/2010/10/29/eat-or-not-eat-question

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                • Discussion Structural Realism - MEARSHEIMER/VAN EVERA/GLASER (Sep 21)

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                  Discussion of all the structural realism arguments based on our readings so far, using a case from the FT.

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                  • Complex Governance - HURRELL (Sep 17)

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                    Discussion of the third major concept in HURRELL on how to study global governance.

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                    • Frameworks - Pluralism

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                      Recap of first chapter, then discussion of first major framework in HURRELL: pluralism.

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