I have several speaking engagements and conference presentations coming up in the next few weeks. Please stop by and say hello if you can make it!
- March 9, time TBD at the Johns Hopkins SAIS Nanjing Center - "Roads, Rebels, & Land: What China's Role in the Democratic Republic of Congo Means for Development, Security, & Human Rights" (open only to members of the Center community)
- March 18, 1pm at the McGill University Faculty of Law - "Violence, Land Rights, and Ethnicity in the Kivus: Five Million Deaths that Aren't a Genocide"
- March 18-19 in Montreal - Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association. I am on a round table on legitimacy and sovereignty on Friday morning and chair a panel on Somali piracy on Saturday afternoon. Kudos to Sienna Anstis & colleagues for the flier design (above), which is one of the coolest I've ever seen.
- April 1 in Chicago - Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association. I'm presenting on an 8am (!) panel with, among others, the amazing @dadakim. The papers are about public services in Africa; mine is on measurement problems in the study of public goods in fragile states.