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2010-11 Mershon Center Conferences

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  1. Cybersecurity: Shared Risks, Shared Responsibility

    Shane, Peter; Hunker, Jeffrey
    Cybersecurity: Shared Risks, Shared Responsibility conference looks at how cybersecurity -– whether in contexts as gripping as "cyberwar" or as mundane (but potentially devastating) as identity theft -– is now the stuff of daily headlines. Organized by I/S: A Journal of Law and Policy for the Information Society, this conference approaches the subject with two ambitions. The first is to move beyond generalities in specifying the roles and responsibilities both the public and private sectors will have to shoulder in order for the United States to share global leadership in cybersecurity. The second is to bring together the many sub-communities...

  2. Military Frontiers: A Graduate Symposium Border Crossings

    Waddell, Will; Douglas, Sarah
    Military Frontiers: A Graduate Symposium brings together leading graduate students engaged in national academic debate within military history. The conference seeks to revive discussions of the successful "Theatrum Militarum" graduate conference held at Ohio State in the 1990s. This year, panels will highlight graduate students performing research that crosses both physical and disciplinary borders. The topics of discussion will address themes of the use of force and diplomacy to resolve conflict; ideas, identities, and decisional processes that affect security; "Law of War" and other ethical and legal issues arising from armed conflict; how war affects and is affected by race and...

  3. Gender and States of Emergency

    Bystydzienski, Jill
    The Gender and States of Emergency conference will gather a range of perspectives on how gender, in relation to racial, sexual, bodily and economic dimensions, is vital to investigating the impact of war, natural disasters, and political upheavals. At the same time, "states of emergency" is not confined to discussions of catastrophic events; trauma exists in the everyday. In addition, some political actors work to define a particular moment as a state of emergency in order to mobilize publics, re-define citizenship or utilize national machinery. Participants will explore the issue of states of emergency from a variety of angles, not...

  4. Migration, Religion and Germany

    Becker-Cantarino, Barbara
    Migration and religion have shaped in particular the United States but also the German-speaking territories of Central Europe during the religious wars in the wake of the Reformation; immigration (especially from Islamic countries) has taken again an important role in present political debate in Germany (and in the EU). A first group of lectures at the conference will present and discuss recent research on the historical phase of early German transatlantic migrations and colonization by Pietists and Moravians in North America, especially Pennsylvania and Ohio from a post-colonial vantage point. The sessions of the second conference day will then address...

  5. The Camouflage Project

    Ferris, Lesley; Tarantino, Mary
    The Camouflage Project, May 19-21, 2011, The Ohio State University. Overview: The goal of The Camouflage Project is to create, organize and execute a three-part interdisciplinary endeavor linked to the theme of secret agents, camouflage, deception and disguise in World War II, specifically the F section (France) of the Special Operations Executive (SOE). The three parts are as follows: Performance: To devise a new performance work as collaboration between Ohio State University Theatre and the Advanced Computing Center for the Arts and Design (ACCAD). This will be a multimedia work combining digital animations and video projections with experimental use of 3D...

  6. Methodology in Political Psychology

    McConnaughy, Corrine; White, Ismail
    Overview: The field of political psychology seeks to address one overriding question: How do people make decisions in the realm of politics? Answers to this question involve explanations of how people come to understand what is at stake in domestic and international politics, how they construct and interpret who is on their side, and how they evaluate what they can or should do about it. Methodology in Political Psychology will gather scholars to discuss issues of measurement, technology, research design, and data analysis that are of particular interest to those working in the field of political psychology — the tools...

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