Ian Shapiro

Sterling Professor of Political Science
and Henry R. Luce Director, The Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center
for International and Area Studies at Yale

Conferences

The MacMillan Center, Yale University. November 2015. The Bretton Woods Agreement. One day workshop co-organized with Naomi Lamoreaux.

The MacMillan Center, Yale University. February 2014. The NATO Charter. One day workshop co-organized with Adam Tooze.

The MacMillan Center, Yale University.  September 2012. One day workshop co-organized with Jane Calvert

The MacMillan Center, Yale University. December 2009. “Nationalism” one day workshop. Co-organized with John Dunn.

Univeristy of Cape Town and Yale Center for International and Area Studies. August 11-12, 2006 (Breakwater Lodge, Cape Town) and April 27-28, 2007 (Yale). Two-part conference on “After Apartheid: The Second Decade” co-organized with Kahreen Tebeau.

Department of Political Science, Yale University. October 27-28, 2006. Conference on “Representation and Popular Rule: A New Initiative In Political Science.

Department of Political Science, Yale University. April 29 - 30, 2005. “Distributive Politics: A New Initiative In Political Science Conference.”

Department of Political Science, Yale University. December 3-5, 2004. “The Challenge of Contingency in the Social Sciences: A Conference in Honor of Robert Dahl.”

Department of Political Science, Yale University. April 30 to May 2, 2004 . “Order, Conflict, and Violence.” Co-organized with Stathis Kalyvas

Department of Political Science, Yale University. October 3-4, 2003. “Identities, Affiliations, and Allegiances.” Co-organized with Seyla Benhabib

Department of Political Science, Yale University. April 11-13, 2003. “Crafting and Operating Institutions.” Co-organized with Stephen Skowronek.

Department of Political Science, Yale University. December 6-8, 2002. “Problems versus Methods in the Study of Politics.” Co-organized with Rogers Smith.

Department of Political Science, Yale University. March 30-April 1, 2001. “Rethinking Political Order: The Nation State in the Emerging World.” Yale Political Science Alumnae Conference.