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2004 Minnesota Political Science Association
|On Saturday, November
6, 2004, I
attended the Minnesota Political Science Association's annual meeting at
the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul. MSU Political Science
graduate students Jacob Helton, Mike Miller, Ryan Price and
undergraduate student Takehito Kamata came with me.
After the morning panel on the 2004 elections in Minnesota, we were served lunch with cold meat sandwiches, salad and wild rice soup. On the left side are Takehito Kamata, Jacob Helton and Ryan Price. On the right side are Mike Miller and Fred Slocum. Between Mike and Fred (face partially blocked) is Alisa Rosenthal, an assistant professor of political science at Gustavus Adolphus College.
Dr. Suzanne Hoeber Rudolph, professor emerita of political science at the University of Chicago and president of the American Political Science Association, gave the lunchtime address, "The Coffeehouse and the Ashram: Habermas, Gandhi and Cultural Constructions of the Public Sphere."
Left to right: Ryan Price, Mike Miller, Fred Slocum, Dr. Suzanne Hoeber Rudolph, Jacob Helton and Takehito Kamata, just after Dr. Rudolph's address.
The conference's afternoon panels included "International Perspectives on the U.S. Elections" and "The Language and Politics of Gender in the 2004 Election." The conclusion of the latter panel at about 3:45 ended the conference. Fred, Jacob, Takehito, Mike and Ryan are standing by the grand staircase in the Murray-Herrick Campus Center at the University of St. Thomas.
Jacob, Mike, Takehito and Ryan at the entrance to the Murray-Herrick Campus Center.
I (Fred) took this picture of the John R. Roach Center for the Liberal Arts at the University of St. Thomas, as we were preparing to leave St. Paul.
A hurriedly taken shot of the Minneapolis skyline from Interstate 35 southbound, while traveling about 55 miles an hour.
The sunset in St. Peter, MN, on the return trip to Mankato.
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