The following ASPECT doctoral students participated in International Studies Association annual conference:

  • Linea Cutter presented “Ingestible Intoxicants: Sweetness and Biopower.” 
  • Hannah Glasson presented “The Securitization of Life and the Politics of Boundaries, Spatial Relations, and Flows.”
  • Sabrina Harris presented “Making War for Women? An Analysis of UN Resolution 1325 and the Gendering of International Intervention." 
  • Luther McPherson presented “Quantizing Ontological Security: Onto-epistemology and State Identity Construction” and “The Discourse of National Security Strategies:  Institutionalized Identities and Ontological Security."
  • Maddie Tepper participated in the “Pay It Forward: Women Helping Women” panel.
  • Molly Todd presented “Towards Collaborative Methodologies of Borders and Bordering in World Politics.”

The conference took place in Nashville, Tennessee, March 28–April 2.