Archives for category: Workshops

I’ll be presenting my St. Elizabeths case study (“Mad Politics: Voice on an Asylum Ward”) to the Self and Subjectivity Workshop on April 14. I’m looking forward to hearing advice, thoughts, and critiques from a new audience. 4:30 p.m. in Foster 108.

I’ll be presenting a substantially revised draft of my boarding school chapter at the Political Theory Workshop in a few weeks. Attend if you can, I’d love the feedback. Jan. 26, 12 p.m., Pick 506.

In November I’ll be presenting a revised draft of my boarding school chapter at the American Politics Workshop at the University of Chicago. If you’re around, I’d love to see you at the session. Nov. 3, 12-1:30, Pick Lounge (1st floor).

I’m visiting Carnegie Mellon University in a week to learn more about networks and network analysis. I’ll be learning new methods while working with the sociometric data from my boarding school case study — a perfect way to start the summer!

The winter schedule for the Political Theory Workshop is now posted. On March 10th I’ll be presenting a draft of my research on St. Elizabeths. The working title of that chapter is “Mad Politics: Voice on an Asylum Ward” — hope to see you there!

This week marks the end of my two-year term as the coordinator of the Political Theory Workshop at the University of Chicago. Daniel Nichanian, a third year in the department, will be running the workshop when it resumes in the fall. The workshop is in capable hands, I know Daniel will do an amazing job.

I’ll be participating in an all-day workshop on deinstitutionalization and decarceration this Friday. Outside guests include Jonathan Metzl (Protest Psychosis) and Michael Rembis (Defining Deviance) — should be an amazing venue to present and listen to exciting, in-progress research. Poster available here. My remarks here.

The students in Bernard Harcourt’s Law and Political Thought seminar will be reading and discussing an early draft of my research on Walpole this Friday. Looking forward to the feedback!

I’ll be moderating a co-sponsored workshop (Social Theory, Political Theory, 3CT) for Wendy Brown on Jan. 10. The working title of the paper is “Sacrificial Citizenship: Neoliberalism, De-Democratization, Austerity Politics”.

I’ll be presenting a draft chapter from my dissertation at the Political Theory Workshop on Feb. 25. Please come if you can, I’d love to hear your feedback.