Archive for September, 2016

back at UVM

Posted in conferences on September 7, 2016 by phenne

I’m back at UVM after a great visit to Philly for APSA. I got some great feedback on the paper I presented–the first part of a new project on religion and international crises–and saw some really interesting presentations on religion and conflict, international hierarchy and religion-state relations. I also had the opportunity to chair an excellent panel featuring exciting new research on terrorism.

APSA

Posted in conferences on September 1, 2016 by phenne

I’m heading to the American Political Science Association (APSA) ¬†annual meeting today in my home city of Philly. I’ll be presenting a paper on how Middle East states try to benefit from religious crises, which is the first stage of a new project. I’ll also be moderating a panel on new terrorism research. I’m looking forward to some great conversations.

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