FELLOWS & ASSOCIATES RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS, SPRING 2014

TC LETTER HEAD FELLOWS & ASSOCIATES RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS, SPRING 2014

Anna Batta, Associate

• Presenter, “The Russian Minority in the Ukraine, Belarus, and Moldova,” the annual conference of the International Studies Association, ISA, Toronto, March 26-29, 2014.
• Presenter, “Russian Aggression against Ukraine: Why? Why does it Matter,” University of North Texas, Denton, March 6, 2014.

Mark A. Chancey, Associate

• Presenter, “Rewriting History for a ‘Christian America’: The Texas Social Studies Controversy,” Allen-Head Lecture, Austin College, Sherman, TX, Feb. 2014.
• Presenter, “Teaching about the Bible in the Shadow of Court Decisions: Bible Courses, Public Education, and the Changing Terrain of Church-State Relations in Texas,” Allen-Head Lecture, Austin College, Sherman, TX, Feb. 2014.

Elizabeth Colton, Fellow

• Presenter, “The Politics of Global Images: Global Politics, Diplomacy & the News Media,” UVA-International Shipboard Education’s Enrichment Voyages, 2014.
• Panelist, “Free Press & the Freedom of Information Act and Foreign Policy Implications,” McCuistion TV/KERA, Jan. 28, 2014.
• Speaker, “Foreign Policy Decision-Making & the News Media,” Defense Intelligence Analysts Association (DIAA), McLean, VA, Feb. 18, 2014.
• Panelist, “On the Record: A Freedom of Information Update,” Press Club of Dallas, Feb. 20, 2014.

Carrie Liu Currier, Associate

• “China: la busqueda de la seguridad energetica en el mundo en desarrollo”(China’s Search for Energy Security in the Developing World – in Spanish), article with Manochehr Dorraj in Alejandro Chanona & Miguel Angel Porrua Editors, Confrontando Modelos de Sequridad Energetica (Mexico City: National University of Mexico), 2013, pp. 143-162.
• Presenter, “China’s Global Dreams,” Baker Institute for Public Policy, Rice University, March 24, 2014.
• Presenter, “Armed for Peace: China’s Strategic Interests in the Middle East and Maghreb,” the Western Political Science Association, Seattle, WA, April 17, 2014.
• Presenter, “The Rise of China and the World,” National Consortium for Teaching about Asia, April 29, 2014.

Shubha Ghosh, Fellow

• Lecturer, “Implications of United States Supreme Court Decisions on Global Patent Law,” National Law School of Delhi, March 25, 2014.
• Appointment, Selected as the first AAAS Fellow in Law & Science, Federal Judicial Center, Washington, DC.

Christopher Jenks, Associate

• Thematic Note, Monitoring, reporting, and fact-finding: Does the Human Rights Council report on human rights in North Korea provide a template for the Sri Lankan investigation?, Professionals in Humanitarian Assistance and Protection, April 28, 2014.
• Contributor, “Law of Warcraft”: New Approaches to Generating Respect for the Law and Peace Forces at War: Implications Under International Humanitarian Law, American Society of International Law Cables online reporting of the ASIL annual meeting, April, 2014.
• Guest Post, Eyes Wide Shut: Scahill and Greenwald’s Flawed Critique of U.S. SIGINT Based Targeting, Just Security, February 18, 2014.
• Thematic Note, The Janus Moon Rising-Why 2014 Heralds United States’ Detention Policy on a Collision Course…With Itself, Professional in Humanitarian Assistance and Protection’s Current Challenges in International Humanitarian Law, February 10, 2014.
• Interview, “SMU law professor discusses likelihood of Knox extradition,” WFAA, Jan. 31, 2014.
• “Drone Strikes: Security, Human Rights, and Morality,” The Corazon Group Speaker Series, Park Cities Club, Dallas, April 2014.
• Presenter, “Battlefield Status and Protected Persons,” and “International Criminal Law,” International Humanitarian Law Workshop, Berkeley Law; Berkeley, CA, January 2014.
• Panelist, “Transparency and Targeting,” US Pacific Command Military Operations and Law Conference, Manila, Philippines, April 2014.

Jeffrey D. Kahn, Fellow

• Mrs. Shipley’s Ghost: The Right to Travel and Terrorist Watchlists, (University of Michigan Press, paperback edition 2014).
• “The Law is a Causeway: Metaphor and the Rule of Law in Russia,” The Legal Doctrines of the Rule of Law and the Legal State (Rechsstaat) (Ius Gentium: Comparative Perspectives on Law and Justice, Vol. 38) (J. Silkenat et al., eds., Springer, 2014).
• “How Federal Is The Russian Federation?” (with A. Trochev & N. Balayan), Federalism and Legal Unification: A Comparative Empirical Investigation of Twenty Systems (Ius Gentium: Comparative Perspectives on Law and Justice, Vol. 28) (D. Halberstam & M. Reimann, eds., Springer, 2014).
• “Freedom of Expression in Post-Soviet Russia,” 18 UCLA J. Int’l L. & For. Aff. 1-30 (2013).
• Panalist, Fugh Symposium on Law and Military Operations, The Judge Advocate General’s Legal Center and School, Department of the Army, Charlottesville, VA, May 14, 2014.
• Presenter, “The Law is a Causeway: Metaphor and the Rule of Law in Russia,” 3rd Annual Conference of the Younger Comparativists Committee of the American Society of Comparative Law, Lewis & Clark School of Law, Portland, OR, April 5, 2014.
• Presenter, “Separation of Powers and the Future of National Security Law,” Symposium of the Pepperdine Law Review on the Future of National Security Law, Pepperdine University School of Law, Malibu, CA, April 4, 2014.
• Presenter, “The Law is a Causeway: Metaphor and the Rule of Law in Russia,” 17th Annual Conference of the Association for the Study of Law, Culture & the Humanities, University of Virginia School of Law, Charlottesville, VA, March 10, 2014.
• Appointment, Promotion to Professor of Law by action of the Board of Trustees, May 9, 2014 (effective September 1, 2014).

Sheri Kunovich, Fellow

• Speaker, “Gender Gaps in Voting and Political Knowledge, Poland 1989 to 2007,” Polish Academy of Sciences Warsaw Poland, March 2014.

Tony Pederson, Associate

• Award, SMU M Award, April 2014.

Carolyn Smith-Morris, Associate

• Smith-Morris, Carolyn, Gilberto Lopez, Lisa Ottomanelli, Lance Goetz, and Kim Dixon-Lawson. “Ethnography and Fidelity to Evidence-Based Medicine: Supplementing the Fidelity Process in a Clinical Trial of Supported Employment with Ethnographic Data”. Medical Anthropology Quarterly 21 April 2014.
• Smith-Morris, Carolyn and Jenny Epstein. “Beyond Cultural Competency: Skill, Reflexivity, and Structure in Successful Tribal Health Care”. In Special Issue Cultural Capital and Health in Native American Communities, Jennie Joe and Robert Young (Eds). American Indian Culture & Research Journal 38(1): 29-48.

Michael Strausz, Associate

• Grant, Program for Promotion of International Research, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan, with Dr. Michiya Mori from Ritsumeikan.

Hiroki Takeuchi, Fellow

• “Sino-Japanese Relations: Power, Interdependence, and Domestic Politics,” International Relations of the Asia-Pacific 14(1) (2014): 7-32.
• “From the World Trade Organization to the Trans-Pacific Partnership: China’s Rise, Globalization, and American Domestic Politics,” the International Studies Association, Toronto, Canada, March 2014.
• “Sino-Japanese Relations: Power, Interdependence, and Domestic Politics,” the International Studies Association, Toronto, Canada, March 2014.
• “Dancing in Another Ball Room? What Are the Roles of China’s Democratic Institutions?” (co-authored with Tomoki Kamo), the Southern Political Science Association, New Orleans, LA, January 2014.
• “Japan-U.S.-China Relations Seen from the U.S.,” Jan. 1, 2014.
• “U.S. Misunderstandings on the Senkaku Issue (1): The Possession of Senkaku and the Treaty of Shimonoseki,” Jan. 6, 2014.
• “U.S. Misunderstandings on the Senkaku Issue (2): The Senkaku Nationalization and the U.S. Response,” Jan. 10, 2014.
• “Dictator’s Dilemma (1): Dictatorship and People’s Voice,” Jan. 19, 2014.
• “Dictator’s Dilemma (2): The Contrast of Tunisia and Egypt,” Jan. 24, 2014.
• “Dictator’s Dilemma (3): China and Nationalism,” Jan. 28, 2014.
• “Mexico’s Energy Revolution,” Feb. 6, 2014.
• “American Politics Seen from the Immigration Issue (1): The Importance of ‘13%’ and ’42 million people,'” Feb. 12, 2014.
• “American Politics Seen from the Immigration Issue (2): The Implications of Increasing ‘Hispanics,'” Feb. 28, 2014.
• “American Politics Seen from the Immigration Issue (3): Is It Good for the Japanese to Support the Republican Party?” March 13, 2014.
• “American Politics Seen from the Immigration Issue (4): The Implications of ‘Unauthorized Immigrants,'” March 26, 2014.
• “The Korean Peninsula Seen from the U.S. (1): How to Evaluate the ‘Kim Jong-un Regime,'” April 13, 2014.
• “The Korean Peninsula Seen from the U.S. (2): The Perspective for Unification,” April 20, 2014.
• “The Korean Peninsula Seen from the U.S. (3): Why the Japan-South Korea Relationship Has Deteriorated,” May 3, 2014.

Jenia Iontcheva Turner, Associate

• Article 65: Proceedings on an Admission of Guilt, in Klamberg Commentary on the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (2014).
• Rule 139: Decision on Admission of Guilt, in Klamberg Commentary on the Rules of Procedure and Evidence of the International Criminal Court (2014).
• The Constitutionality of Negotiated Criminal Judgments in Germany, 15 German L.J. 81 (2014) (with Thomas Weigend) (peer review)
Effective Remedies for Ineffective Assistance, 48 Wake Forest L. Rev. 949 (2013).
• Participant, International Criminal Law Workshop, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, May 2, 2014 (via videoconference).
• Moderator, Testing the Boundaries of the Adversarial Contest, SMU Criminal Justice Colloquium, Jan. 24, 2014.
• Limits on the Search for Truth in Criminal Procedure: A Comparative View, SMU Criminal Justice Colloquium, Jan. 23, 2014.
• Candidate, Fulbright SpecialistRoster, 2013-present

Sandy Thatcher, Associate

• Writings (78 articles) on publishing and copy right issues accessible at this institutional repository: https://scholarsphere.psu.edu/?f[desc_metadata__creator_sim][]=Sanford+G.+Thatcher

Bud Weinstein, Associate

• “Tax Reform May Be The Best Energy Plan Of All,” Investor’s Business Daily, April 14, 2014.
• “Repeal Jones Act before exporting oil,” Houston Chronicle, April 11, 2014.
• Book Chapter, “The moving media industry as a catalyst for technological change and economic development: Texas as a case study,” Agglomeration, Clusters and Entrepreneurship, eds. Karlsson, Johansson, and Stough (Edward Elgar, 2014).
• Congressional Testimony, U.S. House Committee on Science, Space and Technology, Feb. 5, 2014.

Matthew Wilson, Fellow

• Presenter, “Catholicism and Contemporary American Politics” a conference on Catholicism and Mormonism in America, University of Notre Dame.


TOWER CENTER MONTHLY SEMINAR SERIES

Hardt

[May.] Time to React: The Efficiency of
International Organizations in Crisis Response
by Professor Heidi Hardt

ghosh[Apr.] The Idea of International Intellectual Property
by Tower Center Fellow, Shubha Ghosh

Jenks-Large[Mar.] Secret Intelligence and the Law of Lethal Attacks
by Tower Center Associate, Christopher Jenks

tchumkam2[Feb.] Rioters for Justice: Remnants of Colonization and Civil Unrest in the French Banlieues
by Tower Center Associate, Hervé Tchumkam

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