Nanovic Fellow Talk with Andrew C. Gould: Anne-Marguerite Du Noyer’s "Stone Soup": A Literary Battleground for Political Debate

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Location: 1050 Jenkins Nanovic Halls, Elizabeth E. Seminar Room

Nanovic Fellow Andrew C. Gould, associate professor of political science, will give a talk entitled, "Anne-Marguerite Du Noyer’s Stone Soup: A Literary Battleground for Political Debate."

Free and open to all.  Lunch is available for lecture participants while supplies last.

 

About the Speaker

Andrew C. Gould is a Faculty Fellow of both the Nanovic Institute for European Studies and the Kellogg Institute for International Studies.

His published works have been on religion and politics, the political-economy of decision-making, and qualitative research methods. Gould wrote Origins of Liberal Dominance: State, Church, and Party in 19th Century Europe (University of Michigan Press). His articles appeared in West European Politics, Studies in Comparative International Development, and the Review of Politics; his chapters have appeared in books and in the Annual Review of Political Science. He co-edited the book Europe’s Contending Identities: Supranationalism, Ethnoregionalism, Religion, and New Nationalism (Cambridge University Press). Before coming to Notre Dame, Gould taught at the University of Washington, Seattle (Jackson School of International Studies).