The following ASPECT students participated in the International Studies Association Northeast Region Conference. Presenting papers were: Reed Byg, “Temporalities of Care: Planetary Crisis and the Politics of Deep Time” with Mauro Caraccioli, an assistant professor in the Department of Political Science and ASPECT Core Faculty; Hannah Glasson, “Securitizing Nature: How Traditional Biosecurity Theory and Practice Disregard Social Systems”; Luther McPherson, “Toward a Quantum Critique of Violence: Foucault, Benjamin, and Beyond?”; Maddie Tepper, “Acting Straight: Normative Regimes of Global Capitalist Relationality and Performativity”; and Sara Wenger, “The Writing of Anti‐Blackness: Race, Narrative, and Historiographical Futures” with Mauro Caraccioli. In addition, Linea Cutter was selected to participate at the conference’s Pedagogy Workshop for doctoral students and pre-tenure faculty. The conference was held virtually November 13.