Here’s part two of the General Education new faculty orientation (21 August 2007).
Here’s the first of two podcasts from the General Education new faculty orientation, held 21 August 2007.
Due to unforeseen technical difficulties, and the fact that I wasn’t thinking clearly and didn’t plug in my other recording unit, I did not manage to capture anything from the afternoon presentation about the General Education program and the University College. But the early show recording turned out
just fine, so you can download that instead.
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.
Here’s an article that Ron Krebs and I had published in the European Journal of International Relations on “rhetorical coercion.”
Here is the question-and-answer part of the Durkheim, Marx, Weber discussion from 29 March 2007. The audio is a little worse; I worked on it as much as I could, but there’s only so much you can do when people refuse to speak into the microphoneâ€¦
Here’s the first part of a discussion I participated in on 29 March about Durkheim, Marx, and Weber as social theorists who are of use for contemporary social scientists. I talked about Weber — go figure — while Lou Goodman talked about Durkheim and Randy Persaud talked about Marx. This is the audio file of our presentations; the ensuing q&a is in the next post.