A little light housekeeping on the interwebs

Last year I discovered, to my embarrassment, that I had not updated my online cv in four years let my personal website atrophy just a wee bit.  Well, my cv really rocks now things have been spruced up a bit now, as you can see.  Just as important, I’ve acquired a very valuable piece of online real ...

By , a professor of international politics at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University and co-host of the Space the Nation podcast.

Last year I discovered, to my embarrassment, that I had not updated my online cv in four years let my personal website atrophy just a wee bit. 

Last year I discovered, to my embarrassment, that I had not updated my online cv in four years let my personal website atrophy just a wee bit. 

Well, my cv really rocks now things have been spruced up a bit now, as you can see.  Just as important, I’ve acquired a very valuable piece of online real estate —  www.theoriesofinternationalpoliticsandzombies.com.  This site includes scheduled events, favorite zombie links, and, or course, ways to order the book

In the spirit of full disclosure, however, I should point out that I might have taken a few liberties with my standard bio when I adapted it to the zombie site

A hearty thank you to Brian Degenhart at bloggingheads for the spiffy new site. 

Oh, speaking of which, my latest diavlog is with The American Prospect‘s Adam Serwer, and covers Wikileaks, assassinations, the debt ceiling, and, of course, The Walking Dead

Daniel W. Drezner is a professor of international politics at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University and co-host of the Space the Nation podcast. Twitter: @dandrezner

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