Monthly Archives: June 2011

Athens, Protests, & Geography

From How Athens’ geography feeds unrest The Greek streets once again erupted over austerity. How much do the actual streets have to do with it? Oddly, no mention of Scott’s Seeing Like a State.

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

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

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment