January 24, 2013
The New Hampshire Institute of Politics & Political Library
The New Hampshire Institute of Politics & Political Library at Saint Anselm College will host seven Faculty Research Colloquia this spring.
The Faculty Research Colloquia were designed as a forum for Saint Anselm College professors to present their research projects and papers to students, faculty, staff and local community.
Politics Professor Chris Galdieri said "the colloquia give students an opportunity to find out what their professors are doing beyond the classroom.
"It shows them that we're not just teaching received wisdom, but that we are always pushing the boundaries of what we study, too."
Galdieri will present his research on candidates in the New Hampshire Primary next week.
The research colloquia are in their third year of spring and fall presentations and have included topics ranging from cancer research to voting theorems, to authors and poets to British History.
These colloquia are free and open to the general public and are held at 4p.m. on their respective dates in the West Wing at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics & Political Library (unless otherwise noted).
Faculty Research Colloquiums Spring 2013
- Jan. 23, 4 p.m., Stephen Shea, Ph.D., Mathematics Department: The Effects of Monotonicity When Combining Instant Run-Off and Plurality Voting
- Jan. 29, 4 p.m.: Chris Galdieri, Ph.D., Politics Department: Who Nominates? Coverage of Party Actors versus Rank-and-File Voters after the New Hampshire Primary
- Feb. 6, 4 p.m.: Christine Gustafson, Ph.D., Politics Department: Faith-State Relations in Brazil: What Does Religious Competition Mean for Democracy?
- Feb. 11, 4 p.m.: Gary Bouchard, Ph.D., English Department: The Poetic Sound from the Underground: Robert Southwell and the Reformation of English Poetry
- Feb. 27, 3 p.m.: Luke Miller, Ph.D., Economics and Business Department: License Valuation in the Aerospace Industry: A Real Options Approach
- Mar. 13, 4 p.m. Barbara Baudot, Ph.D., Politics Department : "Nature" versus the "Environment and Green Technology" in Global Politics: Making visible the Elephant in the Room
- April 15, 2:30 p.m. Bindu Malieckal, Ph.D. English Department: African Slavery in Portuguese Goa: Early Modern Contexts, Post-Colonial Texts