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SGIR 2010, Nordic panel

September 15th, 2010 | Posted by ptj in ProfPTJ's Podcasts - (0 Comments)

Here are my discussant comments from a panel entitled “Peace, the Nordic Way?” at the 2010 SGIR meeting in Stockholm, Sweden last week.

APSA 2010, part three

September 5th, 2010 | Posted by ptj in ProfPTJ's Podcasts - (0 Comments)

Discussant comments from a panel on “qualitative” methodology and IR; the panel discussant duties were dispersed among all participants, and in these remarks I am discussing a paper on the economist/sociologist split in IR scholarship.

APSA 2010 slides

September 5th, 2010 | Posted by ptj in ProfPTJ's Podcasts - (1 Comments)

The slides from my methodology panel presentation, audio from which can be found here.

The Road Not Taken: Analyticism and Configurational Analysis in IR.

APSA 2010, part two

September 5th, 2010 | Posted by ptj in ProfPTJ's Podcasts - (1 Comments)

My presentation from a panel on “qualitative” methodology and IR scholarship, 5 September 2010, in Washington DC at the annual APSA meeting. mp3 format. The slides for this presentation are posted here.

APSA 2010, part one

September 5th, 2010 | Posted by ptj in ProfPTJ's Podcasts - (0 Comments)

Here are my somewhat rambling discussant comments from a panel on “Time and World Politics,” 4 September 2010, in Washington DC at the annual APSA meeting. mp3 format.

World Politics 2010 podcast #1: realism

September 5th, 2010 | Posted by ptj in SIS-105 - (0 Comments)

Here’s the first podcast lecture for the Fall 2010 edition of my World Politics class. The topic is “realism.” it’s an m4a file as usual — chaptered audio with slides — so your best bet is to drop it into iTunes or QuickTime Player in order to view/listen to it. (Apologies for the distorted visuals if you play it through the media player here on the site; downloading is almost always a better idea.)

Here is a pdf of the slides from the first NSLC International Diplomacy lecture of the 2010 program: “Exchange.” 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.

Here is a pdf of the slides from the first NSLC International Diplomacy lecture of the 2010 program: “Exchange.” 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.

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.

NSLC session 1 slides

June 18th, 2010 | Posted by ptj in NSLC - (0 Comments)

Here’s a pdf version of the slides that I used in the first for-credit session of the NSLC International Diplomacy program, Summer 2010.