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10th Anniversary Post – Pop Culture @ E-IR: A Reflection

10th Anniversary Post – Pop Culture @ E-IR: A Reflection

We seek to enlighten our readers about the ways in which the everyday inform how states and non-state actors negotiate geopolitics and its attendant forces.

Implementing a Flipped Classroom: Student Generated Wikis and Videos

Implementing a Flipped Classroom: Student Generated Wikis and Videos

Today’s students are learning in different ways and instructors have not been paying enough attention to these changes, especially in the area of technology.

Interview – Charles King

Interview – Charles King

Professor King discusses the decline of International Studies, the growth of quantitative methods in IR, and the issue of presenting research findings to wider audiences.

Interview – Stephen McGlinchey

Interview – Stephen McGlinchey

E-IR’s Editor-in-Chief gives an insiders perspective on the operations of the website, discusses the relevance of social media & blogging, and addresses the importance of open access.

#fail

#fail

A proposal was made that would deem blogging an unprofessional activity for ISA journal editors. If the reaction online is a guide, there’s probably not much support for it.

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