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We will discuss whether a multiparty system would benefit America with Dr. White. https://www.thegreenpicnic.com
Timothy J. White is Professor of Political Science at Xavier University. He was a Visiting Research Fellow at the Moore Institute, National University of Ireland-Galway for the fall of 2011 and has edited the volume, Lessons Learned from the Northern Ireland Peace Process,” which will be published in 2013 with the University of Wisconsin Press. Dr. White’s more than 40 publications have focused primarily on politics in Ireland and have appeared in journals published in 11 different countries, and more than 25 of his nearly 70 conference papers have been presented at conferences outside of the United States. Dr. White’s most recent research has focused on analyzing the results of the 2011 Irish general election, Anglo-Irish relations, the role of gender in Irish electoral representation, Irish economic policy amidst the financial crisis, and the Northern Ireland peace process. Dr. White regularly teaches courses on Irish Government and Politics, Irish Political Culture, and Irish Historical Sociology. The last course has been taught for the last dozen years as part of Xavier University’s Summer Study Abroad Program in Ireland that Dr. White directs. Next semester, Spring 2013, Dr. White will be teaching a new course entitled, the Politics of War and Peace, that will use Northern Ireland as a case study. White has won teacher of the year award on Xavier’s campus and has been nominated for the Carnegie National Teacher of the Year. He has won numerous grants as well from such organizations as the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick Foundation, the Irish-American Cultural Institute, and the Moore Institute at the National University of Ireland-Galway.
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