And now for something not so completely different: the “zombie apocalypse” panel from ISA 2011, in which I did not personally participate, but lots of friends and colleagues did. Fair warning, this is a pretty big file, which is why I have not tagged it for automatic syndication.
Here is the “early show” (10:15am) version of the 2010 University College information presentation from AU’s 9 April Freshman Day. The two presentations have the same slides, basically the same information, but different audiences do make for different dynamics — and different performances. Watch them here, or download and play in iTunes or QuickTime player, as usual.
Here is part one of my presentation and the 2009 NSF Workshop on Interpretive Methodologies in Political Science. The workshop — held in Toronto, Canada, conveniently just prior to the APSA annual meeting in that city — was on interpretive political science; my presentation was on philosophy of science, research methodology, and such things. Based on my forthcoming book, of course, but a slightly different mix of the same themes I’ve played with in other performances archived here on the site.
This will make no sense to you unless you’re a participant in the AACP 2009 Teachers Seminar, so if you are not a participant, please just ignore this post.
If, on the other hand, you are a participant, you’ll want to download this document outlining the simulation exercise. Also, you’ll want to have this web evaluation form open during the presentations themselves; the password to access the form should be on the main presentation screen at the front of the room).
New look. Some new functions, including the handy calendar in the lower-left corner. The triumphant return of the RSS feeds in the right-hand column!
Stay tuned for more changes when I
feel like wasting more time am feeling inspired.