Here’s the first lecture from SIS-206, Summer 2008. Topic: “Arguments.”
Here’s the introductory lecture from SIS-680, Summer 2008. Note that I accidentally removed some of the slide transitions so some of the visuals don’t track to the audio quite right, but you should get the basic idea. Also, note that this is a big file, about 60mb — that’s what happen when the lecture is an hour and thirty-eight minutes long! (The others will be shorter, I swear.)
The fourth installment in my podcast series of lectures for this fall.
Yes, I realize that for some bizarre reason this lecture and the last one were in mono rather than in stereo. I’m looking into why that might have possibly happened, and hope to repair it when I can. For the time being, it’s listenable, I think.
Here is the first of four podcasts for the 2007 edition of World Politics with PTJ. This one deals with “realism” as it relates to international relations.
You might want to click on “About RSS feeds” to the left and learn how to subscribe to the feed for this course; that way anything I upload will automagically end up on your hard drive, plugged into iTunes for your viewing and listening pleasure. (The file is an “enhanced podcast” (.m4b) file, so you’l need either iTunes or the QuickTime player in order to play it properly. Fortunately, both are free downloads.)
The last lecture for the course, delivered LIVE (because I didn’t have a chance to podcast it properly earlier this week) and with the sorts of interpolations that such a recording environment sometimes provides (including a bit with adjusting the display screen). Anyway, here’s my final sermon, ur, lecture.