Conference Papers

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Todd Landman and Thomas Scotto (2014) ‘Naming and Framing: Guatemala, Genocide and the Trial of Ríos Montt, paper prepared for the 110th Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association,Washington DC 28-31 August 2014. Naming and Framing Human Rights-Landman and Scotto-v3.0.

Todd Landman (2014) ‘Social Magic and the Temple of Human Rights: Critical Reflections on Stephen Hopgood’s Endtimes of Human Rights, paper prepared for a conference ‘Endtimes or Breakthrough: Human Rights in a Neo-Westphalian World,’ 7 February 2014, The Hague Institute for Global Justice, initiated by Amnesty International.

Todd Landman and Jonathan Crook (2013) ‘The Democratisation of Technology and Conflict Analysis,’ Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Studies Association, San Francisco, April.

Todd Landman (2013) ‘Human Rights in Afghanistan Post-2014: Their Viability in in a Changing Social and Political Setting,’ paper prepared for “Afghanistan after 2014: Ask and Task” organized by the NATO Defense College Foundation, in cooperation with the NATO Defense College and the Istituto Affari Internazionali of Rome, Palazzo de Carolis, Via Lata 3, Rome, 7-8 February 2013.

Anita Breuer, Todd Landman and Dorothea Farquhar (2012) Social Media and Protest Mobilization: Evidence from the Tunisian Revolution, Paper prepared for the 4th European Communication Conference for the European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA), Istanbul, Turkey, 24-27 October 2012.

Todd Landman (2011) ‘Projecting Liberalism into a Realist World: David P. Forsythe and the Political Science of Human Rights,’ Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, 1-4 September 2011, Seattle, Washington.

Todd Landman, Tulio Antonio-Cravo, Huw Edwards and David Kernohan (2011) ‘The Economic Geography of Human Rights’, paper prepared for the Regional Studies Association Conference, Newcastle University, 17-20 April 2011.

Todd Landman, David Kernohan and Anita Gohdes (2010) ‘Relativising Human Rights: A New System for Country Ranking,’ paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, 1-3 September, Washington, DC.

Todd Landman and Edzia Carvalho (2009) ‘Measuring Complexity and Change in Human Rights,’ paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, 1-3 September, Toronto, Canada.

Todd Landman (2009) ‘Democracy Assessments: Donor Demand and Political Science’, paper presented at the World Congress of the International Political Science Association, 12-16 July, Santiago, Chile.

Todd Landman (2006) ‘The Role of Democracy Assessment in Democracy Consolidation: Lessons from Mongolia’, paper prepared for the Sixth International Conference of New or Restored Democracies (ICNRD-6), 30 October to 2 November, Doha, Qatar.

Todd Landman and Marco Larizza (2006) ‘Power and Human Rights: Who Controls What When and How’ Paper prepared for the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Philadelphia, 31 August to3 September.

Todd Landman (2006) ‘From London to Ulaanbaatar: Making the State of Democracy Framework Travel’, Paper prepared for the IPSA XX World Congress “Is Democracy Working?” Fukuoka, Japan 9-14 July.

Todd Landman (2006) ‘Democratization in the Age of Rights,’ Paper prepared for the IPSA XX World Congress “Is Democracy Working?” Fukuoka, Japan 9-14 July 2006.

Todd Landman (2006) ‘Endogenous Democratization in Latin America?’, paper prepared for the 2006 meeting of the Latin American Studies Association, 14-18 March, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Todd Landman (2005) ‘Defending Rights in the Age of Terror’ paper prepared for the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington DC, 1-4 September.

Todd Landman (2004) ‘Dictatorships and Double Standards Revisited: US Foreign Policy in Chile, 1973-2000’, Paper presented at the conference on the United States and Global Human Rights, Rothermere American Institute, Oxford University, 11-13 November.

Todd Landman (2004) ‘Development, Democracy, and Human Rights in Latin America, 1976-2000’, Paper prepared for the 2004 Meeting of the Latin American Studies Association, Las Vegas, Nevada October 7-9.

Todd Landman (2004) ‘Ratifications and Reservations: Coding the de jure Protection of Human Rights’, paper presented at SC19: Measurement Issues in the Analysis of Human Rights, a workshop at the 2004 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Chicago, 1 September.

Todd Landman (2004) ‘Holding the Line: Human Rights Defenders in Comparative Perspective’, Paper presented at the 100th Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Chicago 2-5 September.

Todd Landman (2003) ‘Norms and Rights: A Non-Recursive Model of Human Rights Protection’ Paper presented at the 99th Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Philadelphia, 27-31 August.

Todd Landman (2002) ‘Measuring Human Rights: Principle, Practice, and Policy’ paper presented at a conference on human rights and statistics, Brussels 27-29 November.

Todd Landman (2002) ‘The Evolution of the International Human Rights Regime: Political and Economic Determinants’, paper presented at the 98th Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Boston, 29 August – 1 September.

Todd Landman (2001) ‘Measuring Human Rights and the Impact of Human Rights Policy’, paper presented at the Conference on Human Rights Impact Assessment (HRIA), 19-20 November, Brussels.

Todd Landman (2001) ‘Measuring the International Human Rights Regime’, paper presented at the 97th Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, August 30-September 2, San Francisco.

Joe Foweraker and Todd Landman (2000) ‘Economic Development and Democracy Revisited: Differentiating the Dependent Variable’, paper presented at the ECPR Join Sessions, Copenhagen, April.

Todd Landman (1999) ‘Organisation and Impact: The Green Movement in Comparative Perspective’, Paper prepared for the ECPR Joint Session, Mannheim, April. Paper published as best papers in conference book.