I just posted the most recent student evaluations of my teaching (SETs). Many thanks to all students who took the time to submit feedback! I am happy about the overall scores received (6.06/7 and 6.09/7, respectively) although they are slightly lower than in the previous Fall term. I am committed to hopefully once again achieving my “typical” scores (which usually range between 6.2/7 and 6.7/7) upon resuming teaching after my current research leave.
- PBS interview on “Collective Action Against the Violence in Ciudad Juárez, 2008-2012”
- New article in Journal of Modern African Studies: how donors make urban politics
- Virtual APSA panel on issues of and responses to Internet governance goes (a bit) viral
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- The World Bank needs a strategic arbiter, not a narcissistic insider
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