On May 7 at 7AM EDT, I’ll be the keynote speaker for the first seminar of the new South Asia Network for Public Administration. I’ll talk about my book Strategies for Governing. Powerpoint for the presentation here. Zoom details here.
I’ll speak at the “Driving Good Governance” conference organized by the Institute of Government and Public Policy, University of East London, on May 30. Details to follow.
I’ll be the opening plenary speaker at the 2022 conference of the Canadian Association of Programs in Public Administration, in Victoria on May 25. Title of my talk: “The case for scholarly nationalism in public administration.” Program here. Slides here.
On April 30, I will be the keynote speaker at the Public Service Recognition Week Conference organized by SUNY Buffalo State College’s Department of Political Science and Public Administration. This year’s conference theme is “Public Service and Human Rights.” More details here.
I spoke with Professor Rumki Basu on April 3, 2022 as part of the new policy talk series from the Centre for Public Policy and Governance, Institute of Social Sciences. Watch the talk on YouTube.
On January 28 I’ll participate in a panel discussion on “decolonizing teaching and research in public administration” organized by the Consortium of Race and Gender Scholars. Details here.
I’ll visit the School of Policy Studies at Queen’s University on November 25 to talk to MPA810, Introduction to Public Administration. Topic: Strategies, paradigms and the machinery of government.
I’ll be the plenary speaker for the closing day of the NASPAA-South Asia conference on November 13, 2021. Title of my talk: “Can democracy work in supersized polities?” Conference details here. Watch the talk here.
I’ll be a speaker at the 2021 Right to Know Week conference organized by the Public Service Information Community Connection (PSICC). Program here.
On May 12, I will be the discussant in an ASPA book talk about Democracy and Public Policy in the Post-COVID-19 World: Choices and Outcomes, edited by Rumki Basu (Jamia Millia University, India). Details about the book talk here.