Come to APSA Roundtable Honoring Stanley Rothman

Ashley Thorne

At its upcoming national meeting in New Orleans, the American Political Science Association (APSA) will hold a roundtable in honor of Dr. Stanley Rothman, the late former chairman of the National Association of Scholars’ board. 

NAS members and friends may be interested in attending. The panel will pay tribute to the life of this great social scientist and defender of reason. 

Location:         New Orleans, LA, Sheraton New Orleans Hotel, Room Bayside C
Date:              Thursday, Aug 30, 2012, 10:15 AM-12:00 PM       

Chair:             Matthew Woessner - Penn State University Harrisburg, [email protected] 

Participants:    

Robert Maranto - University of Arkansas, [email protected]
S. Robert Lichter - George Mason University, [email protected]
Althea K. Nagai - [email protected]
Stephen Balch - National Association of Scholars, [email protected]
David J. Rothman - [email protected]

To register for the APSA meeting, click here.

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