PRELIMINARY PROGRAM

 KENTUCKY POLITICAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION MEETING

 38th ANNUAL MEETING

 Lexington, Friday, March 5 and Saturday, March 6, 1999
Panel 1-A: Politics In Kentucky
Panel 1-B:  Roundtable On Pre-Law Advising
Panel 1-C:  Political Actors In A Multinational Context
Panel 2-A: Interpreting The Constitution
Panel 2-B: Race And Political Behavior
Panel 2-C:  Policy-Making In Kentucky
Panel 3-A:  Round-Table On The 1998 Congressional Elections In Kentucky
Panel 3-B: Thinking About Race In America
Panel 3-C:  Undergraduate Papers Panel
Business Meeting, Friday, 5:45 - 6:15 P.M.
Reception And Cash Bar, 6:00 - 7:00 P.M.
Dinner, 7:00 P.M.
Panel 4-A: Roundtable On Collaborate Models Of Interlocal Cooperation
Panel 4-B:  Elements Of American Politics
Panel 5-A: The Joys And Woes Of Qualitative Research: A Graduate Student Roundtable On Dissertation And Thesis Work
Panel 5-B: International Relations And Security
Meeting Location
Dinner Location
Hotel
Parking
Map
Due Date For Papers
1999 KPSA Pre-Registration And Dinner Reservation Form
 
 

FIRST SET OF PANELS: FRIDAY, 1:00 - 2:15 P.M.

 
 

PANEL 1-A: POLITICS IN KENTUCKY

Chair: Paul Blanchard, Eastern Kentucky University

Papers: Philip A. Grant, Jr.
   "The Congressional Campaigns of Jim Bunning"

  Malcolm Jewell, University of Kentucky (emeritus)
   "The Uneven Pace of Republican Gains in Southern States—and the Peculiar Case of Kentucky"

  D. Stephen Voss and Penny Miller, University of Kentucky
   "The Phantom Segregationist: An Aggregate Data Analysis of    Kentucky's 1996 Vote on the Constitutional Amendment to    Eliminate Segregation"

Discussant: Paul Blanchard, Eastern Kentucky University
 
 

PANEL 1-B:  ROUNDTABLE ON PRE-LAW ADVISING

Moderator:  William Green, Morehead State University

Participants: Drusilla Bakert, University of Kentucky Law School
   Kelly Beers, Chase Law School
   Jerie Torbeck, University of Louisville Law School
   (all admission officers at their respective schools)
 

PANEL 1-C:  POLITICAL ACTORS IN A MULTINATIONAL CONTEXT

Chair: Manindra Mohapatra, Indiana State University

Papers: Josh Easton, University of Louisville
   "The Multilateral Agreement on Investment"

  Dag Ryen and John Stempel, University of Kentucky (Patterson   School)
   "The Role of Intelligence Agencies and Non-Government Actors    in Preventing Human Rights Tragedies"

Discussant:  Karen Mingst, University of Kentucky
 

SECOND SET OF PANELS: FRIDAY, 2:30 - 4:00 p.m.

 

PANEL 2-A: INTERPRETING THE CONSTITUTION

Chair:  Bradley Canon, University of Kentucky

Papers:  J. D. Droddy, Western Kentucky University
   "Originalist Justification and the Methodology of Unenemerated    Rights"

  Paul Weber, University of Louisville
   "Varieties of Constitutional Interpretation"

Discussant:  Bob Behrman, Marshall University
 
 

PANEL 2-B: RACE AND POLITICAL BEHAVIOR

Chair: Nathan Schwartz, University of Louisville

Papers:  Richard Fording, University of Kentucky
   "The Political Response to Black Insurgency: A Test of    Competing Images of the Role of the State"

  Mark Peffley, University of Kentucky
   "The Racial Component of 'Race Neutral' Crime Policy Attitudes

  D. Stephen Voss, University of Kentucky
   "Black Incumbents, White Districts: An Appraisal of the 1996    Congressional Elections in Georgia and Florida"

Discussant:  J. Michael Thomson, Northern Kentucky University
 
 

PANEL 2-C:  POLICY-MAKING IN KENTUCKY

Chair:  Dana Patton, University of Kentucky

Papers: Shawn Crabtree, Eastern Kentucky University
   "The Counselor Bill: A Case Study in Policy Making"

  Kenneth D. Schwendermann, Eastern Kentucky University
   "The Expansion of the Scope of the Kentucky Law Enforcement    Foundation Program Fund: HB 52 in the 1998 Legislature"

  J. David Stipes, Kentucky State Agronomist and Eastern Kentucky   University
    "Environmental Policies and Impacts Resulting from Coalition    Activities: A Case Study of Policy Making"

Discussant: James C. Clingermayer, Northern Kentucky University
 
 
 

THIRD SET OF PANELS: FRIDAY, 4:15 - 5:30 p.m.

 

PANEL 3-A:  ROUND-TABLE ON THE 1998 CONGRESSIONAL ELECTIONS IN KENTUCKY

Moderator:  Malcolm Jewell, University of Kentucky (emeritus)

Participants: Penny Miller, University of Kentucky - The U.S. Senate Race
   John Parker, Western Kentucky University - The 1st and 2nd
    Districts
   Landis Jones, University of Louisville - The 3rd District
   Fred Rhynhart, Northern Kentucky University - The 4th     District
   Donald Gross, University of Kentucky - The 6th District
 
 

PANEL 3-B: THINKING ABOUT RACE IN AMERICA

Chair:  Sara Zeigler, Eastern Kentucky University

Papers: Saundra Ardrey, Western Kentucky University
   "Fighting the Double Whammy: Black Women in Kentucky    Politics"

  Adonica Blackman, Morehead State University
   "The Ties That Bind: Examining the Prospect of Sisterhood    Among African-American and Caucasian Women"

  Ric Caric, Morehead State University
   "It Sounds Good in Theory: Concepts of Common Humanity in    American Racial Thinking"

Discussant:  Horace Bartilow, University of Kentucky
 

PANEL 3-C:  UNDERGRADUATE PAPERS PANEL

 Papers to be submitted
 
 

 BUSINESS MEETING, FRIDAY, 5:45 - 6:15 p.m.

 RECEPTION AND CASH BAR, 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.

 DINNER, 7:00 p.m.

 After dinner speaker:
 Scotty Baesler, former U.S. Representative, Ky - 6th District
 "Politics and Elections in Kentucky"
 
 

FOURTH SET OF PANELS: SAT., 9:00 - 10:15 a.m.

 

PANEL 4-A: ROUNDTABLE ON COLLABORATE MODELS OF INTERLOCAL COOPERATION

Moderator:  Janet Patton, Eastern Kentucky University

Participants: Robert Leonard, Kentucky Dep't. of Local Government
   Julie Olberding, University of Kentucky (Martin School)
   Ed Yager, Western Kentucky University
 
 

PANEL 4-B:  ELEMENTS OF AMERICAN POLITICS

Chair: William Garriott, Jr., Centre College

Papers: Scott Brown, University of Louisville
   "From the Wreckage of RFRA: Revamping the American Indian    Religious Freedom Act"

  John Heyman, Berea College
   "The Role of the Messengers in Day One of Impeachment"

  Bruce Hicks, Cumberland College
   "An Assessment of New Gingrich's Contribution to American    Conservatism"

Discussant:  Shelley Arsneault, Western Kentucky University

 

 FIFTH SET OF PANELS, SAT., 10:30 - 11:45 a.m.

 

PANEL 5-A: THE JOYS AND WOES OF QUALITATIVE RESEARCH: A GRADUATE STUDENT ROUNDTABLE ON DISSERTATION AND THESIS WORK

Moderator: Ernest Yanarella, University of Kentucky

Participants: Hugh Bartling, University of Kentucky
   Susan Blankenship, University of Kentucky
   Jennifer Bobbitt, University of Louisville
   Michael Dawahare, Georgetown University
   Philip Jenks, University of Kentucky
   Craig Warkentin, University of Kentucky
 
 

PANEL 5-B: INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND SECURITY

Chair:  Charles Davis, University of Kentucky

Papers:   James Yagley, University of Kentucky (Anthropology)
   "Through a Glass Clearly: Building Conflict Early Warning    Systems"

  Charles Ziegler, University of Louisville
   "Japanese-Russian Relations: A New Start for the 21st    Century?"
 
Discussant:  Jeffrey Freyman, Translyvania University
 
 

Meeting Location

The meetings will be held on the 18th Floor of the Patterson Office Tower at the University of Kentucky.  Registraton is: $12 ($8 for students).
 

Dinner Location

The reception and dinner will be held in the Hunt-Morgan/Lipscomb Room at the UK Faculty Club, 510 Rose St., not far from Patterson Tower.  The dinner is $20.  Reservations need to be in by Tue., March 2nd..  Please e-mail Brad Canon (POL140@ukcc.uky.edu), phone him at (606) 257-4895, or send in the form below.
 

Hotel

The Springs Inn, 2020 Harrodsburg Rd., about two miles from the UK campus, is holding 15 rooms for those wanting to stay overnight on March 5th.  Rate: $42 single and $52 double.  Call (606) 277-5751 soon to make a reservation and mention the KPSA meeting rate.  Rooms will not be held after Feb. 22, but will still be available if not booked.
 

Parking

University Parking Structure #5 is across Limestone St. from the UK Student Center and within easy walking distance to the Patterson Office Tower. You can enter from either Limestone or Upper Sts.  The rate is $1 per hour for visitors; it closes at 6 p.m..  The structure is not open on Saturdays, but UK lots near the Tower are not controlled then.  There is a gated Faculty Club lot behind the Club (enter on Columbia St.) with ticket validation inside and a nearby uncontrolled (in evenings) university lot.
 
ROUTES TO CAMPUS/PARKING STRUCTURE #5

From the Bluegrass Parkway: Turn right off the exit onto Route 60 (Versailles Road).  Follow Versailles Road until its end.  You’ll bear to right onto one-way West Maxwell Street.  Proceed through two lights and at the third light, turn right onto Upper Street (also one-way).  Go through one traffic light and you’ll notice Fazoli’s Restaurant on your left.  Just past the restaurant you turn left into Parking Structure #5.

From I-75 South/I-64 East or West: Take Exit 113 (marked Paris/Lexington).  Turn right off the exit ramp onto North Broadway (US68).  Follow through downtown for 3.5 miles.  One block past the Hyatt Regency Hotel, turn left onto Maxwell Street.  Proceed through two lights and at the third light, turn right onto South Upper Street (also one-way).  You will go through one traffic light and you’ll notice Fazoli’s Restaurant on you left.  Just past the restaurant you turn left into Parking Structure #5.

From I-75 North: Take Exit 113 (marked Paris/Lexington).  Follow North Broadway (US68) through downtown.  One block past the Hyatt Regency Hotel, turn left onto Maxwell Street.  Proceed through two lights and at the third light, turn right onto South Upper Street (also one-way).  You will go through one traffic light and you’ll notice Fazoli’s Restaurant on you left.  Just past the restaurant you turn left into Parking Structure #5.
 

PARKING STRUCTURE #5 VISITOR INFORMATION

Attendee/visitor to take a ticket from the dispenser as they enter the structure.

Park in any legal, marked space with the exception of disabled spaces or yellow lines.

When you are ready to leave the structure, go to one of the APS (automated pay stations) located at the 1st and 3rd levels of stair “A”.

Insert the ticket, you obtained when entering the structure, into the machine.  A message will appear advising the amount owed (the machine will give change up to $50.).  Put your money in the slot to the right of the machine.  If you are using a Master or Visa Card put your card in the same slot as the ticket.  After your payment has registered and the “Thank You” message appears you can hit the “receipt” button and one will be dispensed.

Wait until your validated ticket is returned.  Put it in the ticket dispenser, at the exit gate, to leave the structure.

If you experience problems exiting the structure, use the intercom, (located at all entrance and exit gates), for assistance.

 

Map

(will be provided later)

Due Date for Papers

ALL PERSONS PRESENTING PAPERS SHOULD SEND A COPY SO THAT IT GETS TO THE DISCUSSANT AND CHAIR BY FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26TH
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1999 KPSA PRE-REGISTRATION AND DINNER RESERVATION FORM

_________  Meeting pre-registration, Regular KPSA member ($12.00)

_________  Meeting pre-registration, Graduate or Undergraduate Student ($8.00)

--------------  Dinner ($20.00)

_________  Total enclosed  (Make checks out to: UK Political Science Dep't.)

(Return to Bradley Canon, Dep't of Political Science, 1615 POT, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY 40506-0027)