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Past Planning Committees

2014-15: Post-Neoliberal Latin America

Co-Chair: Tulia Falleti (Political Science)
Co-Chair: Emilio Parrado (Sociology)
Ann Farnsworth-Alvear (History)
Mauro Guillen (Wharton School)
Deborah Thomas (Anthropology)

2013-14: Social Rights and Citizenship

Chair: Julia Lynch (Political Science)
Philippe Bourgois (Anthropology)
Cynthia Connolly (Nursing)
Emily Hannum (Sociology and Education)
Michael Katz (History)
Mark Stern (Social Policy and Practice)

2012-13: Constitution Making

Chair: Richard Beeman (History)
William Burke-White (Law)
Sarah Gordon (Law)
Brendan O'Leary (Political Science)
Rogers M. Smith (Political Science)
Susanna Wing (Political Science, Haverford College)

2011-12: Corporations and Citizenship

Chair: Gregory Urban (Anthropology)
Jill Fisch (Law)
Erin Graham (Penn Press)
Nien-hê Hsieh (Wharton [currently Harvard])
Walter Licht (History)
Douglas Lynch (Graduate School of Education)
Amy Sepinwall (Wharton)
Rogers M. Smith (Political Science)

2010-11: Race and Ethnicity

Co-Chair: Camille Charles (Sociology)
Co-Chair: Barbara Savage (History)
Eiichiro Azuma (History)
Adolph Reed (Political Science)
Rogers M. Smith (Political Science)

2009-10: Sovereignty and Territoriality

Chair: Kok-chor Tan (Philosophy)
Sigal Ben-Porath (Graduate School of Education)
Tulia Falleti (Political Science)
Amy Kaplan (English)
Anne Norton (Political Science)
Peter Spiro (Temple Law School)

2008-09: Civic Representation

Chair: Jack Nagel (Political Science)
Richard Beeman (History)
Richard Johnston (Political Science [currently U. British Columbia])
Diana Mutz (Annenberg School and Political Science)
Vincent Price (Annenberg School [currently Penn Provost])
Joel Waldfogel (Wharton School [currently U. Minnesota])

2007-08: Citizenship and Human Needs

Chair: Michael Katz (History)
Richard Johnston (Political Science [currently U. British Columbia])
Kok-chor Tan (Philosophy)
Sarah Paoletti (Law School)
Rogers M. Smith (Political Science)