I will present a draft chapter from my book manuscript at the 2018 annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Law, Culture & the Humanities. Mar. 16-17 at Georgetown Law School.

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I’ll be presenting a chapter tentatively titled “Custody, Community Control, and Participatory Democracy” on a panel at the annual conference of the Western Political Science Association this spring. March 29-31, San Francisco.

On Friday I’ll be discussing a workshop paper by Ross Mittiga (UVa) titled “What’s the problem with geo-engineering?” Come join. 2 p.m., Gibson S296.

To learn more about my current research, take a look at this video abstract from the UVa Department of Politics. (A special thanks to Mark Edwards, the Communications Coordinator for the Department, for shooting, editing, and producing such a polished and professional video.)

Ahead of APSA next week, I’ll be attending an all-day workshop on the Youth and Participatory Politics Survey Project. Aug. 30, San Francisco.

Congratulations to my Political Philosophy, Policy & Law capstone students. I couldn’t have asked for a better group of seniors!

 

This summer I’m teaching a community college class at the Fluvanna Correctional Center for Women (FCCW) in Troy, VA. I’ll be using Constitutional law to introduce incarcerated students to the basic principles of US government. (For more on the facility see Erin George’s autobiography, A Woman Doing Life.)

 

In the fall, I’ll be a part of a panel titled “Fashioned Subjects: Vulnerability in Prevailing Ideas and Ideologies” at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association. Thanks to Anna Daily (Colorado) for assembling an excellent group of panelists and for inviting me to chair. Aug. 31 – Sep. 3, San Francisco.

I’ll be the discussant for Harrison Frye (UVa) at the Political Theory Colloquium this Friday, March 17. Frye will be presenting his *excellent* paper “Freedom Without Law.” 2 p.m., Gibson S296.

I’ll be presenting a paper at the annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Law, Culture, and the Humanities at the end of March. This will be my first time attending; I’m looking forward to sharing my work on juvenile justice with a new audience. Mar. 31 – Apr. 1 at Stanford Law School.  [Program available here.]