Popular Culture and World Politics 8: Keynote lecture

About Professor LHM Ling

LHM Ling is Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs, New School for Public Engagement (NSPE) and Professor, Milano School of International Affairs, Management, and Urban Policy, The New School. She has authored four books: Postcolonial International Relations: Conquest and Desire between Asia and the West (2002), Transforming World Politics: From Empire to Multiple Worlds (co-authored with A.M. Agathangelou, York University, 2009); The Dao of World Politics: Towards a Post- Westphalian, Worldist International Relations (2014); and Imagining World Politics: Sihar & Shenya, A Fable for Our Times (2014). Forthcoming is a co-authored volume with Payal Banerjee (Smith College) titled, India-China: An Ancient Dialectic for Contemporary World Politics. Dr Ling is also editing or co-editing four anthologies: Four Seas to One Family: Overseas Chinese and the Chinese Dream (with Tan Chung, Central Compilation and Translation Press, 2014);India and China: Rethinking Borders and Security (University of Michigan Press); International Relations Theory: Views Beyond the West (with Nizar Messari and Arlene B. Tickner, Routledge); and Decolonizing “Asia”? Unlearning Colonial/Imperial Power Relations (with Pinar Bilgin, forthcoming). Dr Ling’s articles have appeared in International Studies Quarterly, Review in International Studies, Millennium: Journal of International Studies, International Feminist Journal of Politics, International Relations of the Asia-Pacific, positions: east asia cultures critiques, among others. In 2014-2015, Dr Ling is Program Chair (along with Pinar Bilgin, Bilkent University) of the International Studies Association (ISA). As of 2014, she is co-editor, with John M. Hobson (University of Sheffield), of Global Dialogues: Developing Non-Eurocentric IR and IPE (Rowman & Littlefield International). 

About Popular Culture and World Politics 8 

PCWP8 continues to reimagine and foreground questions of both popular culture in world politics and the world politics of popular culture. Bringing scholars from a variety of academic disciplines into an interdisciplinary space, previous PCWP conferences have encouraged critical, creative and collaborative engagement with a broad range of topics.
 
PCWP8 seeks to interrogate the cultural, ethical and political significance of worlding in contemporary global politics.

You can find out more information about PCWP8 on the conference website.

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