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Surviving Congress 2013 I survived Congress and the CPSA meeting at UVic last week. Just returned on Monday night (in time for Convocation on Tuesday!). It’s always nice to return to my alma mater, visiting the campus and seeing many … Continue reading

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ISA-Canada Professional Development Workshop at CPSA 2013!

Organized by Professor Mark Salter at the University of Ottawa, this Professional Development Workshop, sponsored by ISA-Canada and held at CPSA 2013 at the University of Victoria on 4 June 2013 is a great opportunity for graduate students, and junior … Continue reading

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Tere tulemast!

Originally posted on Power, Popular Culture, & World Politics:
Welcome to the blog for the Power, Popular Culture and World Politics Workshop! This series of panels will be taking place in Tartu, Estonia from 6-8 June, 2013 as part of the 1st…

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Call for Proposals: Workshop on Regimes of Calculation and Global Governance

Originally posted on Progressive Geographies:
Call for papers for a workshop I’m speaking at in September, along with a number of very interesting other speakers. Call for Proposals: Workshop Regimes of Calculation and Global Governance September 19-20, 2013 Balsillie School…

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Politics of Catastrophe review

Many of my students are fans of this book. Great work Claudia and Rens!

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Visualizations of Conflict

My comment on why up-close-and-personal films about war don’t bring us any closer to the reality of the battlefield on OpenCanada.org as part of their in depth analysis of the Hot Docs festival.

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How to Interact with Your Instructor: A Guide for Undergraduates Here’s some much needed guidance for undergrads that will hopefully help thwart those “Yo Prof” or “Hey man” emails, or “Did I miss anything when I was in the Bahama’s … Continue reading

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