I’ll present at the ASU-SNU BK21 International Conference in Phoenix on January 15-16, 2019. Details about the conference here. My presentation, tied to my new book project, is titled “Can superstates survive?”. PPT for the presentation here.
The Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE) has just published a translation of my 2010 book The Logic of Discipline: Global Capitalism and the Architecture of Government.
My next book, presently titled Strategies for Governing: A Macro-Level Approach to Public Administration, is now forthcoming from Cornell University Press, aiming for 2019.
On the website Le Grand Continent, Lorenzo Castellani discusses my 2010 book The Logic of Discipline. Read the article.
I talked on April 11 with Carrie Saldo, host of WGBY’s Connecting Point, about my recent books on the state of democracy, and my current work on strategies for governing. Video here.
On April 3, I talked with Dan Rea of WBZ’s Nightside about my book Can Government Do Anything Right? Listen to the interview here.
I’ll discuss my book Can Government Do Anything Right? as a distinguished visiting lecturer at Suffolk University on April 12. Details here. Powerpoint for the talk here.
Polity Books is offering a 20% discount on Can Government Do Anything Right? Download the order form here. The form can also be used to order examination copies.
My interview with Dave Levine about my book Four Crises of American Democracy is now available here. The interview was originally broadcast on the KZSU-FM show Hearsay Culture in May 2017.
I’ll be talking about my forthcoming book from Polity Books, Can Government Do Anything Right?, at the Truman School of Public Affairs on January 25. Details here. Powerpoint for presentation here.