Eric Selbin

Professor of Political Science Eric Selbin published an article titled “Resistance and Revolution in the Age of Authoritarian Revanchism: The Power of Revolutionary Imaginaries in the Austerity–Security State Era” in Millennium, one of the U.K.’s top international relations journals.

—April 2019

Professor of Political Science Eric Selbin has been named an associate faculty member at the Observatorio de la Relación Binacional México–EE.UU. (Observatory of the Binational Relationship Mexico–USA) of the Faculty of Political and Social Sciences at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). Read the full story here .

—April 2019

Professor of Political Science Eric Selbin served as one of the mentors to the 20 young Global South Scholars selected from several hundred globally to participate in the daylong International Studies Association’s First Emerging Global South Scholar Workshop sponsored by the International Studies Association’s (ISA’s) Committee on the Status of Engagement with the Global South (CSEGS) and the Global South Caucus (GSCIS). Among the activities, Selbin led a session on teaching experiences and challenges. Selbin also facilitated a panel at the ISA conference on publication strategies at an Intergenerational Café sponsored by the recently inaugurated Committee on the Status of the Global South with support from the ISA Global South Taskforce and the Global South Caucus. Finally, Selbin cochaired the final meeting of the 2014–2019 editorial team of International Studies Perspectives, one of the ISA’s journals.

—April 2019

Professor of Political Science Eric Selbin was selected to present at the London School of Economics’s (LSE) inaugural 201819 International Relations Notable Scholar Colloquium. Selbin was also an invited guest at the 2018 Millennium Conference hosted annually by the LSE; this year’s theme was Revolution and Resistance in World Politics. Selbin was asked to be the final speaker on the conference’s concluding panel, “Revolution and Resistance in the 21st Century,” and served on an author-meets-critic panel discussing Alpha Shah’s Nightmarch about India’s Naxalite revolutionaries, the world’s longest revolutionary struggle.

—October 2018

Professor of Political Science Eric Selbin helped lead a workshop “Writing and Reviewing for US-Based Peer-Reviewed Journals” at the Asociación Mexicana de Estudios Internacionales and was also part of a roundtable titled “Collaborations between Global North Journals and Global South Scholars and Teachers.”

—October 2018