The following individuals in ASPECT gave presentations at the Cultural Studies Association Conference, which took place May 31–June 2 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: director of ASPECT and a professor in the Department of Political Science François Debrix and doctoral student Caroline Alphin, “Necro-geopolitics: Death-Making and the Ordinary”; and students Mario Khreiche, “Endless Present: The Semi-Automated Milieu of Amazon Mechanical Turk”;Leigh McKagen, “Creating Imperial Futures? Narratives of Domination in Science Fiction Television”; Mary Ryan, “Imperial (Con)quest: Police Brutality, Riots, and Race in U.S. Structural Racism,” presented in absentia; and Shelby Ward, “Spatializing the Neocolonial: Sri Lankan Tourist Maps and the Cosmopolitan Tourist in International Relations.”