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Posts from the ‘Lectures’ Category

Presentation at Universitas Airlangga

I will give a presentation to the Public Administration Student Association at the Universitas Airlangga, East Java, on January 14. Powerpoint for the presentation is here.

UPES lecture on Superstates

I’m looking forward to participating in the UPES lecture series on December 22. More about UPES. Powerpoint for this presentation here.

Lecture at University of Bonn

I will give a lecture at the University of Bonn on December 13, as part of an interdisciplinary lecture series on “The Modern State” organized by the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung. Details here. Powerpoint for this presentation here. Watch the presentation here.

Talk at Queen’s University

I’ll talk about my new book project, The adaptable country, at the School of Policy Studies at Queen’s University on November 24. The book is under contract with McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Talk at UMass Law

I’m looking forward to talking at UMass Law on November 9, on recent trends in American politics. PPT for this talk here.

Lecture at Bridgewater State University

I’ll talk about my book Superstates at Bridgewater State University’s Democratic Governance and Leadership Program on November 10. PPT for talk here.

Monroe-Paine Distinguished Lecture

I’ll deliver the Monroe-Paine Distinguished Lecture at the Truman School of Public Affairs on September 22. Details here. PPT here.

Talks at Doha Institute for Graduate Studies

On September 4-7 I’ll give three talks at the School of Economics, Administration and Public Policy at the Doha Institute for Graduate Studies:

On September 4, I’ll give a public lecture about my forthcoming book, Superstates: Empires of the Twenty-First Century. Title for the talk: “Superstates: What Empires Teach Us About Running Large Countries.” PPT slides for that talk here.

On September 7, I’ll talk to PhD students about my 2020 book Strategies for Governing. PPT slides for that talk are here.

On the same day, I’ll talk to SEAPP students about my 2018 book, Can Government Do Anything Right? PPT slides for that talk here.

While in Doha I also participated in a book launch at the HBKU College of Public Policy. Story here.

UPES panel on liberal studies

I’ll participate on a June 16 panel at the UPES School of Liberal Studies. Topic: “‘The What, Why, and How of Liberal Studies.” Details about the panel here. Summary of the discussion here.

Address at CAPPA conference

I’ll be the opening plenary speaker at the 2022 conference of the Canadian Association of Programs in Public Administration, in Victoria on May 25. Title of my talk: “The case for scholarly nationalism in public administration.” Program here. Slides here.