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Daniel T. Dye

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Dan is a 2014 graduate of AU.

Previous Education

Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs (summa cum laude), The George Washington University, Elliott School of International Affairs, September 2004 – May 2008

Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris (Sciences-Po), Programme International, Paris France (study abroad program in international affairs) February – June 2007

Previous Employment Experience

Instructor, SIS Pre-College Programs with the National Student Leadership Conference (Summers 2011-2013)

Intern Survey Statistician, United States Census Bureau, Industry and Occupation Statistics Branch (Summer 2010)

Rapporteur, Partnerships for International Strategy in Asia, Summer Leadership Institute on Global Climate Change (2009)

Awards & Fellowships

  • Pre-Dissertation Grant, American Consortium on European Union Studies (2012)
  • Graduate Research Award, American University, School of International Service (Summer 2012)
  • Deans Fellowship, American University, School of International Service (2008-2012)
  • Special Departmental Honors, The George Washington University, Elliott School of International Affairs (May 2008)
  • University Honors Program Scholar, The George Washington University (May 2008)
  • Phi Beta Kappa (inducted May 2007)
  • Presidential Academic Scholarship, The George Washington University (2004-2008)

Research Interests

Discourses of globalization in British and European politics, and the role of discourse and rhetoric in electoral politics generally


email: danieltdye@gmail.com

Curriculum Vitae

Selected Presentations

  • "'Whether Autumn Should Follow Summer…': The Discourse of Globalization in British Party Politics" Presented at the ISA-Northeast Annual Meeting (Baltimore, MD; 2-3 November 2012) and the Northeastern Political Science Association Annual Conference (Boston, MA; 15-17 November 2012)
  • "Repurposing Globalization: Discourse and Political Strategy in New Labour Britain" Presented at the 2nd International ISA-BISA Conference (Edinburgh, Scotland, UK; 20-22 June 2012)
  • "Explaining Ideas from Practices: Labor Movements, Europe, and Globalization" Presented at the ISA-Northeast Annual Meeting (Baltimore, MD; 5-6 November 2010)

My Dissertation

Title:

"Whether Autumn Should Follow Summer…": Globalization Discourse and British Party Politics

Committee:

Stephen J. Silvia (chair)
Aaron Boesenecker
Michelle Egan