Caroline Alphin and Robert Flahive Presented at International Studies Association Conference
May 10, 2018
ASPECT doctoral students Caroline Alphin and Robert Flahive took part in the International Studies Association Conference, which took place April 3–7 in San Francisco, California.
Alphin served as a discussant on the conference panel “Necro-Geopolitics: Rethinking Death-Making in International Relations” and as a participant in the roundtable “Pop Culture, Peace, and Resistance: Critical Borderland in World Politics.”
Flahive presented “Different Shades of Red, White, and Black? Reading Between the Roads in Post-Cairo 2050.”