I'm off to DC, where I'll be through Sunday with intermittent internet access. Friday I'll be at an academic workshop on "Islamist Political Movements in the Arab World: Contentious and Electoral Politics" at my soon-to-be home, GWU's Elliott School of International Affairs (most of the day is closed working sessions; the final session, at which I should warn you I won't be speaking, is open to the public). Saturday I'll be talking about Arab public opinion at Seminar XXI, an MIT-hosted program for senior national security officials. And Sunday I'll be back early for a very special annual "May 6" event and darn well shouldn't be anywhere near a computer. So don't expect to hear from me until Monday, unless events and unexpected wireless internet access compel me to post before then.
Oh, in the meantime: a call to arms! I have about a week to let Columbia University Press know about any typos or minor mistakes in Voices of the New Arab Public, to correct them for the paperback edition. Any readers who happened to circle any such errors, drop me a line and let me know.