Innovative Panel Archive

Baltimore 2017

  • The Syrian Civil War and the Spread of Terror: Simulation Plan and Practice
  • The syrian Civil War and the Spread of Terror: Simulaion Assessment and Research
  • Scholar-Activists as Change-Makers: A town-hall meeting on using research for justice
  • FTGS Town Hall
  • Online Media Caucus - Live Tweets for (Political) Science
  • Case Studies: Cases for Forgiveness, Change, and Social Justice

Atlanta 2016

  • Water Security: 3rd Annual Fred Friendly Seminar in International Affairs & Foreign Policy
  • Measuring and Method as Gendered Meaning-Making in Peace and Conflict
  • Leaving Utopia: The tyranny of the Urgent, Complex Humanitarian Emergencies of humanitarian logistics
  • Winding Down? Revving Up? Strategizing for Late Career Moves
  • External Influences on Democratization: Engaging Academics and Practitioners
  • Outreach for Peace: Cross-national On-Line Collaborations for Teaching, Research & Training
  • The Online Media Revolution in Political Science
  • BRICS: A Political Gesture or the Real Deal?

New Orleans 2015

  • Using Digital and Social Media in the Classroom and Beyond to Represent and Question Science
  • Russia, Ukraine and the West: Negotiating a Truce
  • Embodying the Aesthetic Turn: Screening and Discussion of 'Hard Corn' (a post-Soviet, Zizekian, feminist political satire)
  • Energy Security: Environmental Security & Foreign Policy Scenario
  • Lost in translation? Practicing IR theory beyond English
  • After Deepwater Horizon: Rebuilding Indigenous Communities After the BP Gulf Oil Disaster
  • Foreign Military Interventions as Tools of Foreign Policy
  • Art as Subject, Art as Method

Toronto 2014

  • Visualizing Dynamics of Stakeholder Development with Spatial Representation
  • Reverse Pedagogy as a New Approach to Understanding International Relations
  • The UN Security Council Meets Global Pandemic: How Global Governance Would Deal with Zombies
  • Lessons from #IdleNoMore: Rethinking Indigeneity, Decolonizing Feminisms
  • Infectious Disease, Security, and the Downside to Globalization: A Fred Friendly Seminar
  • Coloring the International: Colors, Visuality and International Relations
  • Economic Statecraft in an Era of Globalization
  • Advancing FPA: Learning from the Global South
  • Advancing the Learning Environment in the Digital Age

San Francisco 2013

  • Field Experiments in IR: Identifying Behavioral Outcomes
  • Why Theories of International Relations Need Theories of Foreign Policy
  • Surviving the Politics of Academe
  • Gendering and Decolonizing IR: Bridging the divide between FTGS and GDS
  • Mapping and Interrogating the Theoretical Universe of IR
  • Practices & Projects in the Anarchical Society
  • Critical Security Studies Methods Café
  • Extreme Pedagogy: Approaches to Experiential Learning

San Diego 2012

  • Civil Society & Information Access: Navigating Political Spaces in the Global South
  • Writing Op Eds ‐ Is It Worth It?
  • Debate: The Role of Constructivism in Foreign Policy Analysis
  • Real‐Time Innovations in Collaborative Teaching and Learning: A Demonstration Space for Enhanced Pedagogy
  • Practices and Alternatives in the Peer Review Process
  • Visuality and International Relations: Using Audiovisual Research Methods to Investigate the Role of Images in IR
  • From Virtual To Real: Simulating Conflict Dynamics In A Global Information Age

Montreal 2011

  • Spiritual Power and Political Science: Exploring New Directions in Analysis of Leadership
  • Meeting of the Minds: Expanding Foreign Policy Analysis Scholarship
  • The Long Transition: A Moderated Conversation on Pathways to a Sustainable World
  • Urban Legends of Intervention: Narratives about  ‘Locals’ and ‘International Peacebuilders’
  • AlterGlobalizations Caucus
  • Feminist Theory and Gender Studies "Mentoring Matters"
  • What Lies Ahead?: Debating the Prospects for a ‘Post-American World’
  • Reset Déjà Vu: East and West Look toward an Uncertain Future

New Orleans 2010

  • Web-Based Tools for Experiments and Simulations for Foreign Policy Analysis
  • Delivering International Studies Online: How to Create an Effective Online Learning Environment
  • Screening and Discussion of "Poto Mitan: Haitian Women, Pillars of the Global Economy"
  • Selling Security, Sanitizing Violence: Promotional Videos of the Military-Industrial Complex and Myths of Contemporary Warfare
  • Moot Court: A Case of Crime against Humanity at the International Criminal Court
  • Feminist Theory and Gender Studies "Mentoring Matters"
  • Foreign Policy Town Hall: What is Foreign Policy Analysis?
  • Painting a Voice: Creating a Culture of Peace through Symbolism, Art and the Olympic Ideal

New York 2009

  • Mentoring Matters: Feminist Theory and Gender Studies
  • AlterGlobalizations Caucus Meeting
  • The Climate is Changing: Simulating Climate Change Negotiations in the Classroom
  • ICC Moot Court Simulation: Prosecuting a Junta for Allegedly Preventing a UN Security Council Humanitarian Aid Mission
  • Crisis Management Exercise: Iran
  • Understanding Multistakeholder Participation in the Global Governance of Information and Communication Policy
  • Cartooning for Peace and Health
  • ‘I Am An American’: Video Portraits of Unsafe US Citizens
  • Research Roundtable as Pedagogy: Front‐loading Research Process Instruction
  • Collaging International Relations 2
  • Open Forum for Faculty and Practitioners: What are the New and Unmet Needs, in Training the Next Generation of International Civil Servants, Policy‐makers, and NGO Practitioners?

San Francisco 2008

  • Creative Approaches to the Teaching of Language: Continuing our Conversation
  • Histories of Collaboration: Making Collaborative History
  • Innovative Technologies and International Education
  • Global Multi-stakeholder Governance for the Information Society: Quo Vadis - Post WSIS
  • IOs as Organizations: Empirical Lessons from Organizational Theory & International Organizations
  • Alternative Globalizations Assemblage
  • Who’s in Charge Here: The Internet Governance Problem?
  • Mock Trial I: Appellate Hearing on Prosecution of the Attorney General & Defense Secretary for Torture at the International Criminal Court
  • Mock Trial II: On the Responsibility of States to Take Action to Stop Genocide at the International Court of Justice
  • Mock Trial III: On the Right of Suspected Unlawful Combatants without Filing Criminal Charges before Domestic & International Courts
  • Teaching International Law: Perennial Issues (Part I)
  • Democratic Processes and Feminist Theory & Gender Studies in the ISA Teaching International Law: New Challenges & Opportunities (Part II)
  • Collaging International Relations: An Arts Experience
  • Rethinking Iraq Forum
  • Everything you Ever Wanted to Know about IR (But were Afraid to Ask)
  • Emerging Economies and the Global Drive for Knowledge Societies
  • Frivolous Entertainment or Potent Political Tool? The Role of Cartoons and Graphic Novels in a Global Age
  • Pedagogy Playground: An Interactive Session on Teaching

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