Tag: academic writing

  • habemus index

    i wish i was less of a bard and more of an amanuensis monk, but every time i sit at my puter to write something that’s not immediate work, i struggle. and then inspiration hits. so here’s the index of my master’s thesis (1 of 2). on strategic persistence in cyberspace introduction 1. persistence at…

  • research progress tracker

    masters thesis #1 @ unifi this work will focus on persistence in cyberspace, bringing it from a technical/tactical view up to a strategic one. masters thesis #2 @ sssup this work will focus on the politicisation of international technical standardisation fora. map of cyberspace hopefully coming in 2030! let’s go.

  • more updates – mar 24

    here’s what going on right now: research project 1. on standards research project 2. on infrastructure work i am a little tired. but on we go.

  • on china

    this paper was written as a final for the ucl course “law and governance in contemporary china” this is one of those cases where i sat down, jotted down an outline, then filled it in in order, building my bibliography bit by bit, a clean kill (procedurally, also i mean it in the fictional media…

  • three essays on the political economy of east asia (2)

    for reference: here is the midterm (with evaluation). i’m feeling good about this one! Op-Ed: How Have Your States Harnessed Value-Chain Participation? Value chains: damned if you do, damned if you don’t? Two countries derive the same percentage of their economic output from the global value chain, but for one that share is twenty times…

  • raving reviews on a promising future paper

    hey, remember my long essay about waging unlimited war on the idea of limited war? bit of an oddball that one, eh. well. my prof liked it! I’m still not sure I understand how ucl marking scales work, given the numerical grade and the comment I got (see below). but it’s a good enough comment…

  • the early 2024 post

    hello. i gave the good ole website a fresh coat of paint, to go with a couple new projects (i’m trying a couple of new things this year in time management). i’m going to turn in three more pieces of writing very soon, concluding my semester at ucl. i will publish them alongside (maybe?) a…

  • the ethics book review is out

    wait, misleading title the ethics book review has been out for months now unbeknownst to me because apparently there is no review process for book reviews so they just published what i first sent in ???????? http://www.eticapubblica.it/anna-pagnacco-steven-g-koven-public-sector-ethics-theory-and-applications/ it’s just been out there, chilling, since july 14th of 2023. I am far too junior a reader…

  • unlimited war on the idea of limited war

    hello folks. i’m very tired. please find below a 5000-word max final paper for a course on war and peace in the history of political thought. bit of a different one! something something introductory chapter of my thesis something. click here to see how it got evaluated. unlimited war on the idea of limited war…

  • three essays on the political economy of east asia

    turns out i forgot to upload the other midterm i turned in at ucl this semester – please find attached, etc etc. for reference: portfolio 1 Political Analysis: Identifying Selectorate Policy Effects Choose a historical post-war autocratic regime that existed in one of your two states. Your task is to compose a piece of policy…