Spitz Prize

Be sure to read the Spring 2009 Newsletter for the latest CSPT chapter news from around the globe, listings of member publications, graduate student news, and to apply for membership.

2009 Annual Meeting:
Possibility and Paradox: On Rhetoric and Political Theory

We are delighted to report that the conference "Possibility and Paradox: On Rhetoric and Political Theory," held at Northwestern University, April 2-5, 2009, was a resounding success! The conference was attended by faculty, students and interested parties from the Chicago area and from throughout the country. We thank The Center for Global Culture and Communication (CGCC) at Northwestern, which co-sponsored the conference, and, especially the co- conveners, Keith Topper, of the University of California, Irvine, and Dilip Gaonkar, of Northwestern University, for their vision and hard work. The papers and participants are listed here:

2010 Spitz Prize

Sharon Krause
Civil Passions
Princeton University Press, 2008

The David and Elaine Spitz Prize

Spitz Prizewinners Page

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