Most universities plan to bring students back to campus. But many of their teachers are scared to join them.
Jim GoldgeierTeaching my grad seminar online in the fall does not make me “reluctant” or a “problem.” I’m working hard this summer to put together a great class, and I plan to deliver an outstanding educational experience for my students.
Is this an authoritarian crackdown by Donald Trump or just another politicized spectacle?
Jim Goldgeier“Trump may be a clown, but he has managed, in the week since Floyd’s killing, to present the world with dystopian images of America as Egypt or Russia or Turkey or any of the other unfree places that we Americans are used to smugly lecturing about freedom”
Jim GoldgeierThrilled to see so many friends and colleagues recognized for their work w/ @isanet awards! Sorry not to be able to celebrate in person. Special shoutout to amazing recent SIS alum @billkakenmaster - if you haven’t heard of him you will!
An interview with Stephen Wertheim, Deputy Director of Research and Policy at the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft—a new anti-militarist foreign policy think tank.
Jim GoldgeierInteresting to learn more from @dbessner @stephenwertheim abt @QuincyInst. I’ve worked at range of DC think tanks w/ many great scholars w/ deep expertise. So put your ideas out there. But no need to denigrate our motives/expertise
In this roundtable, we asked a group of contributors to read and respond to Michael Desch's book, "Cult of the Irrelevant."
Jim GoldgeierThe essays in this @TXNatSecReview roundtable on Desch’s Cult of the Irrelevant are excellent. But as @BridgetCoggins implies in her terrific contribution, the exciting feature of our field is the cult of the relevant among younger scholars