Here we go with the 2007 edition of the ISA-NE methodology workshop presentations. First up: Ido Oren.
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.
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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.
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.
Here are my discussant comments from the SGIR conference panel entitled “Pragmatism and the Discipline,” 13 September 2007, in Turin, Italy.
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.
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