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On August 29, 2014, Professor Bruce Frohnen will present a paper on Waivers, Federalism, and the Rule of Law at the American Political Science Association's annual meeting in Washington, DC.
On September 17, 2014 Professor Bruce Frohnen will deliver the David Aldrich Nelson Lecture on Constitutional Jurisprudence at the Rochester Institute of Technology, speaking on Religion and the American Constitution. The following day he will deliver RIT's annual Constitution Day lecture on Virtue, Statesmanship, and the Constitution .
Professor Jean-Marie Kamatali : On September 4th the book "Reconstructing the Authoritarian State in Africa (Routledge Studies in African Politics and International Relations) [Hardcover] George Klay Kieh Jr. (Editor), Pita Ogaba Agbese (Editor) was published by Routledge. Professor Kamatali contributed to this book with a chapter "State-Building in Rwanda". http://www.amazon.com/Reconstructing-Authoritarian-Routledge-International-Relations/dp/0415855691
Professor Bruce Frohnen participatedin an Intercollegiate Studies Institute Leadership Conference August 3-9, and delivered lectures on Constitutional Morality and The Impossibility of the French Revolution as well as conducting a seminar on Russell Kirk's book, The Conservative Mind.
Professor Toni Clarke , was featured on the front page of the Lima News in an article about the Miranda warning.
Professor Kevin Hill , David Kisor (ONU Pharmacy College), and others published a piece on Pharmacogenetics and Personal Medicine in the journal Innovations in Pharmacy. The article examined an experimental course they co-taught to Pharmacy students using a blog.
Professor Jean-Marie Kamatali contributed with the chapter State-Building in Rwanda to the book, Reconstructing the Authoritarian State in Africa (Routledge Studies in African Politics and International Relations) George Klay Kieh Jr. & Pita Ogaba Agbese, eds., which was published in September.
On September 1, 2013, Professor Bruce Frohnen will present a paper on Alexis de Tocqueville's mode of constitutional interpretation at the American Political Science Association's annual meeting, and will participate on a panel dealing with the work of George W. Carey on constitutional morality and the rule of law.
On September 17, Professor Bruce Frohnen will participate in a debate at Colgate University on Originalism vs. the Living Constitution ; his interlocutor will be David A. Strauss of the University of Chicago Law School.
Assistant Professor and Reference Librarian Brian Anderson presented a poster highlighting his field research in Rwanda; hosted the coffee talk La Langue Française en Bibliothéconomie: A Conversation for Speakers of All Proficiencies; and demonstrated productivity apps for the iPad at the annual Cool Tools Café at the Association of American Law Libraries Annual Conference this weekend.