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Invited Essays and Other Publications


International and National Conference Presentations

  • “Mary Follett: Prophet of Prefigurative Politics.” Presented June, 2018 at the International Mary Parker Follett Network. Morgantown, WV.
  • “Are social movements prefiguring Integrative Governance?” Presented June, 2018 at the Public Administration Theory Network Annual Conference. Cleveland, OH. (with Margaret Stout)
  • “Including Cultural Competency in Public Affairs Courses.” Presented October, 2016 at the International Conference of the Network of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration. Columbus, OH. (with Margaret Stout)
  • “Teaching the #FergusonSyllabus.” Presented at the Network of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration 2015 Annual Conference. Brooklyn, NY: October, 2015.
  • “Integrative Governance: A Method for Fruitful Encounters.” Presented at Interpretive Policy Analysis 2014 Annual Conference. Wageningen, The Netherlands: July, 2014. (with Margaret Stout).
  • “Collaborative Governance: Why Dispositions, Styles of Relating, And Modes of Association Matter.” Presented at Transatlantic Dialogue 2014 Annual Conference. Neumunster Abbey, Luxembourg: June, 2014. (with Margaret Stout and Koen Bartels).
  • “Dystopic Utopias.” Presented at the Public Theory Network 2014 Annual Conference. Miami, FL: May, 2014. (with Margaret Stout).
  • “Meeting Them Where They Are: Engaging students using social media.” Presented at the Roosevelt University Mini-Conference on Teaching. Chicago, IL: April, 2014.
  • “Integrating Follett: An Explication of Her Thought from Ontology to Administration.” Presented at the American Society for Public Administration 2013 Annual Conference. New Orleans, LA: March, 2013. (with Margaret Stout).
  • “Follettian Integrative Governance: A Global Solution?” Presented at the First Normandy Conversations on Mary Parker Follett. Normandy, France: October, 2012. (with Margaret Stout).
  • “Relational Ontology: New (Old) Foundations for Public Administration.” Presented at the Public Administration Theory Network 2012 Annual Conference. South Padre, TX: May, 2012. (with Margaret Stout)
  • “Blurring the Boundaries: Embracing Emergent and Inclusive Collaboration Within Governance.” Presented at the American Society for Public Administration 2012 Annual Conference. Las Vegas, NV: March 2012.
  • “Finding the (inter)Connections: Re-examining Contemporary Theories of Public Administration.” Presented at the American Society for Public Administration 2011 Annual Conference. Baltimore, MD: March 2011.
  • “The Webs We Weave: (re)Envisioning the individual as Situated in an Emergent Social Fabric.” Presented at the American Society for Public Administration 2010 Annual Conference. San Jose, CA: April 2010.
  • “Controlled and Confined: The Paradox of i/Individualism in Anti-Poverty Policy.” Presented at the 2009 Conference of the American Studies Association, Washington, DC, November, 2009.
  • “Schismogenic i/Individual: A genealogical study into identity and legitimacy in American governance and society.” Paper presented at the 22nd Annual Meeting of The Public Administration Theory Network.” Frankfort, KY: May 2009.
  • “The Narrative of the Individual: Marginalization and Subjugation in Public Administration, Public Policy and Politics.” Paper presented at the 21st Annual Meeting of The Public Administration Theory Network. Richmond, VA: May 2008.