The following ASPECT doctoral students presented papers at the International Studies Association Northeast Region Annual Conference: Linea Cutter, “Slow Death in Spaces of Empire: Chaotic Eating at the Neoliberal Table”; Madison Tepper, “A Queer Geopolitics of Global Capitalism: Articulating a Transnational, Affective, and Embodied Resistance”; Molly Todd, “Reading Regimes of Affect and Neoliberal Subjectivities in Disney-Pixar’s Coco”; Sara Wenger, “Life in Plastic: Nonhuman Workers in the Anthropocene”; and Sengul Yildiz Alanbay, “Biopolitics, Sovereign Power, and Racial Exclusion: Exercising Sovereign Power over Refugees in Germany.” Todd and Wenger were two of 12 participants selected to participate in the conference’s Pedagogy Roundtable, and Yildiz Alanbay served as a respondent for “Ontological Entanglements, Agency, and Ethics in International Relations: A Roundtable on Quantizing IR” discussing Ontological Entanglements, Agency, and Ethics in International Relations by Laura Zanotti, Political Science. In addition, Cutter and Yildiz Alanbay gave presentations at a roundtable at the conference honoring ASPECT program director and Professor of Political Science François Debrix and commemorating the 20th anniversary of the publication of his book, Re-Envisioning Peacekeeping (University of Minnesota Press, 1999). Other presenters included Mauro Caraccioli, Political Science and ASPECT Core Faculty; Zanotti; and ASPECT alumnae Caroline Alphin and Francine Rossone de Paula. The conference was held November 8–9 in Providence, Rhode Island.