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.”