Three updates:

1. Paul Starr reviewed The MoveOn Effect, along with Schlozman, Verba, and Brady’s The Unheavenly Chorus and Winters’s Oligarchy in the September 13th issue of The New Republic.  It’s a real honor to see my work placed alongside such excellent scholarship.

2. I wrote a chapter on the netroots in the 2010 election for Paul Hrrnson, Chris Deering, and Clyde Wilcox’s just-published book, Interest Groups Unleashed (CQ Press).  They gathered a phenomenal collection of authors for this book, I highly recommend it.

3. I have a series of book talks and conference panels beginning this week:

September 19th, 4PM – Eagleton Institute of Politics, Rutgers University

September 20th, 11AM – “Advocacy – What Works, What Doesn’t” panel at SalsaLabs Community Conference, Washington, DC.

September 21, 10:30AM – “Learning the Lessons of the 2012 Campaign and Transforming them to the Advocacy World” panel at Advocacy Leaders Network, Washington, DC.

September 26, 4PM, Roosevelt University, Chicago, IL.

September 27, 4PM, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL.

October 2, 2:30PM, American University, Washington, DC.

October 4, noon, University of California-Berkeley, Berkeley, CA.

October 4, 4:30PM, Stanford University Liberation Technology, Palo Alto, CA.

October 7-9, Law Via the Internet Conference, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.

October 17-21, Society for the Social Studies of Science Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark.

October 25, Yale Information Society Project, Yale University, New Haven, CT.

October 31st, University of Maryland, College Park, MD.

Some of these presentations will be book talks, others will focus on works-in-progress.  I’m looking forward to meeting a lot of interesting people.  I’m not looking forward to a lot of airline food.  Expect some on-the-road blog posts at ShoutingLoudly while I’m traveling as well.

 

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