The School of Geography, Politics and Sociology

Research Seminars

Research Seminars

Semester 1, 2018-2019



3 October at 13:15-14:30, Politics Building, room G.22
Making sense of the struggle for democracy: how did Brazilian activists conceive of democracy in the 2013 protests?
Prof. Ricardo Mendonca (The Federal University of Minas Gerais)
 
10 October at 13:15-14: 30, Politics Building, room G.22
The Power of the Pledge? Explaining women’s inclusion in cabinet worldwide
Prof. Claire Annesley (University of Sussex)

7th November at 2.30pm – 4.00pm Politics Building, room G.22

‘Turn it up! Bring the noise!': Sonic international relations
Dr. Xavier Guillame (University of Groningen)
 


14 November at 13:15-14:30, Politics Building, room G.22

Connecting the hyper-local to the international: The absurdity of seeing the world through states
Prof. Roger MacGinty (Durham University)
 


21 November at 13:15-14:30, Politics Building, room G.22

Doing and Undoing the Ethics of War
Prof. Kim Hutchings (Queen Mary’s University)

Semester 2, 2018-2019


30 January at 13:15-14:30, Politics Building, room G.22

Campaigns, emotions and engagement with global poverty: An experimental analysis
Dr Jennifer van Heerde-Hudson (UCL)
 


20 February at 13:15-14:30, Politics Building, room G.22

Ethics Scandals and EU Governance
Prof. Michelle Cini (University of Bristol)
 


6 March at 13:15-14: 30, Politics Building, room G.22

The Colonizing Self: An Analytics of Violence in Belonging (or: Home and Homelessness in Israel/Palestine) 
Dr. Hagar Kotef (SOAS)
 


8 May at 13:15-14: 30, Politics Building, room G.22

'What's Wrong with NATO and How to Fix It'  
Prof. Mark Webber (University of Birmingham)


For more information, please contact Dr Laura Routley in the first semester of 2018-19 and Dr Sorana Jude in the second semester of 2018-19

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