Here’s the audio and slides from my keynote presentation at this morning’s AACP Institute on teaching, in which I speculate about the future of higher education and suggest that we have to pay more attention to what we are using the classroom space to accomplish. The audio is raw and unedited, but a same-day podcast is often not the world’s greatest production quality!
Here are the slides from my talk at CAST, 27 May 2011.
Since I was afflicted by unaccustomed jet lag during the first day of the SGIR conference last week, I did not record my comments on the pop culture panel, anticipating that they’d be somewhat rambly and opaque. But since I was presenting my Battlestar Galactica paper, and since the paper is almost unchanged from when I presented it at ISA earlier this year, interested parties can go here and listen to my comments from a few months ago.
Here is a pdf of the slides from the first NSLC International Diplomacy lecture of the 2010 program: “War.” Later on this summer i hope to record a performance and podcast it; check back for that if you’re interested, or subscribe to the NSLC feed (http://kittenboo.com/blog/file/nslc/feed/) for automagic updates as they happen.
In case it wasn’t obvious, and yes I have had questions about this, click on the word “Here” at the start of the post to download the pdf document.
Some people asked to see this, so here it is.
Here’s the podcast on online communication techniques that I made during the 2009 AACP Teachers Seminar.
Upon re-watching some of my podcasts from last year’s course I think that they’re still about as good as I can do for the moment, so the first two podcasts will be the same as last year’s:
For realism, go here.
For liberalism, go here.
At this point I am planing to re-do the constructivism and critical challenges lectures for 2008.
Here’s an article of mine that was published in the Review of International Studies earlier this year.
Here’s a record of our collective brainstorming about Tony Marx’s book. (click here)
Here’s an article that Ron Krebs and I had published in the European Journal of International Relations on “rhetorical coercion.”