MARCH 3-4, 2000
I-A. Judicial Politics
I-B. Conflict And Cooperation In International Relations
I-C. Undergraduate Student Panel 1: Religion And Political Change
II-A. Environmental Sustainability: From Global To Local
II-B. Recruitment And Representation In Legislative Assemblies
II-C. Undergraduate Student Paper Panel 2
Roundtable: What Do You Do With A Political Science Major Ifyou Don’t
Want To Go To Law School?
Social Hour: 6:00-7:00 P.M., Davidson Room, 1st Floor, Old Carnegie
Dinner Buffet: 7:00 P.M., Carnegie Club, 2nd Floor, Old Carnegie
III-A. Roundtable: Policy Choices For Kentucky At The Millinneum—
Health Care And Education
III-B. Democratization In Africa
III-C. Teaching Political Science
10:30 A.M.-12:00 Noon
Concluding Roundtable: Kentucky Politics At The Millennium
(Time Zone, Driving Directions, Parking, Registration and Food)
"Issue Opinions of Incoming Law Students"
J. D. Droddy, Western Kentucky University
Scott Peters, University of Louisville
"Testing Absolute Church/State Separation: The Internal Revenue Service
v. The Indianapolis Baptist Temple"
Scott Brown, University of Louisville
DISCUSSANT: Robert W. Behrman, Marshall University
"Relative Military Power and States’ Decisions to Initiate War"
Jack East, Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce, University of Kentucky
"The Next Stage: A Critical Theoretical Approach to International
Nayef Samhat, Centre College
DISCUSSANT: Kristin Broderick, Georgetown College
"Twelfth Iman Islam and the Challenge of Modernity"
Kris Abeln, University of Louisville
"Hinduism and Politico-Cultural Change: Traditional and Modern
Mendy Dorris, University of Louisville
"Falang Gong Confronts the Defenders of the People’s Republic"
Erin Simpson, University of Louisville
"Old Doctrine in New Dresses: Roman Catholicism and Political
Connie Wilkinson, University of Louisville
JUDGES: Jeffrey Freyman, Transylvania University
Bruce Hicks, Cumberland College
Jane Rainey, Eastern Kentucky University
"How Green Is Brown: An Oakland Memoir"
Ernest Yanarella, University of Kentucky
"Sustaining Species Diversity: NGOs’ Approaches to Short and
Michael Gunter, University of Kentucky
"You’ve Got to Be Cool to Be Green: The Psychology Regional Sustainability"
Alice Jones, Eastern Kentucky University, Department of Geography
"Sustainable Communities and Sustainability: From Global to Local"
Christopher Rice, University of Kentucky
Alan Banks, Eastern Kentucky University Department of Anthropology, Sociology, and Social Work
Herbert Reid, University of Kentucky
"A Study of the Background Characteristics of United States Congresswomen, 1996-1999"
Erin Kotter, Public Administration Program, Indiana State University
"The Women Members of the Indian Lok Sabha"
Alpa Bagga, Public Administration Program, Indiana State University
"Legislative Recruitment in a Developing Country: A Study of
the Members of the Bangladesh Parliament"
Rafiqul Islam, Public Administration Program, Indiana State University
DISCUSSANT: Charles Davis, University of Kentucky
"The Impact of the 1965 Voting Rights Act in Louisville, Kentucky"
Gail Guiling, Western Kentucky University
"Identities in Flux: Guatemalan Women and Human Rights Movements"
Beth Owen, Centre College
Jeffrey Freyman, Transylvania University
Bruce Hicks, Cumberland College
Jane Rainey, Eastern Kentucky University
ROUNDTABLE: WHAT DO YOU DO WITH A POLITICAL SCIENCE MAJOR
IF YOU DON’T WANT TO GO TO LAW SCHOOL?
MODERATOR: Michael Berheide, Berea College
Dean, College of Criminal Justice, Eastern Kentucky University
Martin School of Public Policy and Administration, University of Kentucky
Director of Career Services, Centre College
Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce, University of Kentucky
SOCIAL HOUR: 6:00-7:00 p.m., Davidson Room, 1st Floor, Old Carnegie
DINNER BUFFET: 7:00 p.m., Carnegie Club, 2nd Floor, Old Carnegie
Grilled London Broil with Burgundy Mushroom Gravy
Grilled Salmon with Sweet and Sour Vinaigrette
Herb Roasted Potatoes
Fresh Vegetable Medley
Maker’s Mark Bourbon Cake
Almond Raspberry Torte
Coffee and Tea
PRESENTATION OF AWARDS:
DISTINGUISHED POLITICAL SCIENTIST AWARD:
J. ALLEN SINGLETON
Eastern Kentucky University
DAVID HUGHES AWARD FOR THE BEST PAPER DELIVERED AT THE 1999 KPSA MEETING:
ABDUL RIFAI AWARD FOR THE BEST UNDERGRADUATE PAPER DELIVERED
AT THE 2000 MEETING: TBA
SPEAKER: JOHN ROUSH, President, Centre College
"Bringing Campaign 2000 to Danville"
III-A. ROUNDTABLE: POLICY CHOICES FOR KENTUCKY AT THE MILLINNEUM—
HEALTH CARE AND EDUCATION
MODERATOR: Richard Vance, Eastern Kentucky University
Larry Carter, Institute for Regional Analysis and Public
Policy, Morehead State University
Phil Roeder, University of Kentucky
"The Logic and Limits of Clinton’s New Africa Policy"
Okbazghi Yohannes, University of Louisville
"Perspectives on ‘Democracy’ in Africa: A Case Study of Women
Lori Hartmann-Mahmud, Centre College
DISCUSSANT: Richard Bradshaw, Centre College History Program
"Teaching ‘A Discourse by Three Drunkards on Government’"
Erik Lewis, Morehead State University
"Web-Based Instruction: The Kentucky Commonwealth Virtual University"
J. Michael Thompson, Northern Kentucky University
DISCUSSANT: Rick Swanson, University of Kentucky
Minorities and Women
Saundra Ardry, Western Kentucky University
The National and International Context
Romano Mazzoli, Louis D. Brandeis School of Law,
University of Louisville, and former U.S. Representative
Political Parties and Elections
John Parker, Western Kentucky University
Barry Peel, Frankfort Correspondent
The Economic Context
Tony Sholar, Sr. Vice President of Public Affairs
Kentucky Chamber of Commerce
Robert Snyder, Georgetown College
PAPER PRESENTERS SHOULD SEND COPIES TO BOTH THE PANEL CHAIR AND THE DISCUSSANT(S) BY FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2000.
TIME: All times are Eastern Standard.
DIRECTIONS: Directions to Danville can be found on the Centre College web site, www.centre.edu, under "Visitors Center." If you come in on US 150, US 127, or KY 34, you will eventually end up on Main Street, which runs past the campus. Most of the campus buildings are one block south of Main on Walnut Street. You can access a map of Danville on the Danville web site, www.danville-ky.com.
PARKING: Parking areas are numbered 2 on the campus map. The unnumbered lot next to Carnegie is usually full on Friday, but if you are feeling lucky you could take a turn through it. It does have the closest handicapped spaces, however, and they are usually open. I suggest you try the lots next to the buildings numbered 37 (Boles Natatorium), 34 (East Hall), or 27 (Blanton House). East Hall and Blanton House have both been razed and turned into more parking spaces since this map was published. (The entrance to the East Hall lot is directly across from S. 5th St., not in the middle of the block as the map indicates.) You may also find a spot on College Street next to Carnegie, but there is no parking on West Walnut Street. You can also stop in the lot next to Carnegie long enough to get help from the students who will be working at the registration desk.
REGISTRATION: You can register and pick up your program and name tag in the Davidson Room, on the first floor of Old Carnegie (#42 on the map).
FOOD: Soft drinks and coffee will be available throughout the meeting. Juice, coffee, tea and muffins will be available in the Davidson Room on Saturday morning. Appetizers and punch will be served at the social hour Friday evening. There are several eating places and food markets in the vicinity of the campus. Boyle is a dry county.
ACCOMMODATIONS FOR THE 2000
KENTUCKY POLITICAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION MEETING
This is a list of suggested accommodations. For more information, or additional options, see the Danville website at www.danville-ky.com. Accommodations is listed under Tourism.
All three of these are located about 2.5 miles south of the campus along the 150 Bypass, 10-15 minutes away.
Holiday Inn Express
Super 8 Motel
Country Hearth Inn
U.S. 127 South Highway 150 Bypass U.S. 127 S./150 Bypass
606-236-8600 606-236-8881 606-236-8601
The Country Hearth Inn was a Days Inn that is being extensively remodeled. The work will still be going on in March, but they are taking reservations. Half of the old motel has been converted into a Reno’s Roadhouse.
The following two motels are located together on U.S. 127, between Harrodsburg and Danville, about 5 miles from the campus—about a 20-minute drive. The Bright Leaf operates a public golf course. There is a driving range across the highway.
Bright Leaf Motel
Danville Road Danville Road
BED AND BREAKFAST
Danville has several nice B&B’s. I have listed only those located in town, all of which are reasonably close to the campus. Prices are those listed on the Danville website, unless I had more recent information.
The Empty Nest ($55-60)
John and Amelia Nichols
111 East Lexington Avenue
1900s home furnished with antiques, screened porch. Expanded continental breakfast.
Magnolia Inn of Danville ($75-125)
230 East Lexington Avenue
3 rooms (one downstairs)
Sunroom, continental breakfast, garage parking, washer/dryer. Two bedroom private executive suite available.
Morning Glory Manor ($65-80)
244 East Lexington Avenue
Cottage plus two rooms in the Manor. Exercise room and library.
Continental breakfast. Working studio for stained glass and jewelry.
Old Crow Inn ($75-90)
471 Stanford Road
Andre and Linda Brousseau
2 Rooms. One double, one twin suite.
Kentucky’s oldest stone manor house, with working arts studio,
spacious grounds and walking trails. Private baths and private entrances.
Randolph House ($55-65)
463 West Lexington Avenue
1850s home, private baths. Full breakfast.
Use of library and living room.
Closest B&B to the campus—about 3 blocks away.
Twin Hollies Retreat ($80)
406 Maple Avenue
John and Mary Jo Bowling
Antebellum retreat; whirlpool, screened porch, formal gardens.
Continental breakfast. Use of entire house.
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2000 KPSA PRE-REGISTRATION AND DINNER RESERVATION FORM
Please return this as soon as possible, that we may get a reasonably accurate count for dinner!
If you do not wish to register at this time, but DO plan on attending the dinner,
please send an email to that effect to Bill Garriott (click here).
Name ______________________________________________ School
_________ Meeting pre-registration, Regular KPSA member ($12.00)
_________ Meeting pre-registration, Graduate or Undergraduate Student ($8.00) [membership is free].
_________ Dinner ($18.00)
_________ Total enclosed (Make checks out to: Kentucky Political Science Association)
Dr. William Garriott, KPSA
600 W. Walnut St.