Monthly Archives: June 2011

Athens, Protests, & Geography

From Salon.com: How Athens’ geography feeds unrest The Greek streets once again erupted over austerity. How much do the actual streets have to do with it? http://www.salon.com/news/feature/2011/06/30/greece_geography_revolt/index.html Oddly, no mention of Scott’s Seeing Like a State.

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Online Courses

Thoughts on online courses and the future of undergraduate education in Political Science at a large state university. I propose that the department consider radically revamping the undergraduate program, shifting to many online lecture courses for first and second year … Continue reading

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