On Wednesday, April 4, 2018, the International Studies Association (ISA) kicks off its 59th annual convention in San Francisco and the Internet Governance Lab will be well represented with research on a range of topics from the Internet of things to Internet governance research methods.
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On Wednesday April 4th at 4:00 pm PST Internet Governance Lab affiliated scholar Dr. Mark Raymond of the University of Oklahoma will present "Three Fundamental Challenges for Global Cyber Norms Processes" as part of a session titled "Rules, Practices, and the Making of the Emerging Global Cyber Regime Complex" chaired by Ron Deibert of the University of Toronto. Also included in the session will be Dr. Samantha Bradshaw of the Oxford Internet Institute who will present work titled "Norms for Governing Subversive Activities in Cyberspace".
On Friday, April 6th at 1:45 pm PST, Internet Governance Lab co-director Dr. Derrick Cogburn will Chair "Researching Internet Governance: Approaches to the Study of Changing Technologies, Power Panoplies, and Governance Structures," featuring another of the Lab's co-directors Dr. Nanette Levinson, as well as Meryem Marzouki of the Sorbonne, Milton Mueller of Georgia Tech, and Ron Deibert of the University of Toronto.
On Saturday, April 7th at 4:00 pm PST, Dr. Cogburn will serve as the discussant for a session titled "Internet Governance, Politics, and Authoritarianism featuring presentations by Hans Klein of Georgia Tech, Rachel Vanderhill of Wofford College, Milton Mueller of Georgia Tech, Elizabeth Stein of Indiana University, and Aysenur Dal and Erik Nisbet both of Ohio State University.
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