Track Two, my comments as a discussant on a panel entitled “Agents, Structures, and Change.”
So here’s a little EP called “ISA-NE 2008.” Track One, my comments at the roundtable on David Blaney and Naeem Inayatullah’s book manuscript Savage Economics.
Here’s the recording of a talk I gave as a keynote address to the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy this morning. Slides and synced audio as usual.
Here’s a talk I gave to the Phi Beta Kappa induction dinner at American University, 7 May 2008.
Note that I actually forgot to make the point I was planning to make about Battlestar Galactica: the show is effectively serving as a speculative world take on “alien-ness” by continually blurring the human/Cylon boundary. (That will make more sense after you listen to the podcast.)
Note that if you download this instead of playing it in the pop-up player, you get navigation menus — and a bigger image.
Here’s a talk about a book I’m working on at the moment — a book on the philosophy of science and its implications for empirical research in IR. Delivered to the Ph.D. seminar at the School of International Service, American University, 4 April 2008. This is enhanced .m4a, so it has slides and you’ll need iTunes or QuickTime Player to view it.
Here are my discussant comments from a panel on “the West” at the International Studies Association annual conference, 28 March 2008.
Here’s a short presentation on new media and education I gave at the US Patent and Trade Office’s Global IP Academy, 30 January 2008.
Here’s a talk I gave at the College of Southern Maryland’s first annual “Promoting Student Success” conference. In it I discuss the millennial generation and some of the classroom strategies that I think work well when teaching this group of students.
As usual, you’ll have to download this and put it in iTunes or QuickTime Player to view it — unless you’re already subscribed to the RSS feed, in which case the file automagically appears in your media player of choice . . .
Discussant comments from an SGIR panel entitled “Constructivism and Historical Sociology,” 14 September 2007, in Turin, Italy.
The coughing in the first part of the recording is not mine.
Here is my presentation from the SGIR panel entitled “Family Resemblances: European Social Theory and American Pragmatism,” 14 September 2007, in Turin, Italy.
I assembled this panel, and I think it turned out rather well.