Research in progress and seminar sessions
1 October 2015
6 October: Research in progress
Ricardo Blaug, What Quantification Does.
13 October: Research in progress
Dibyesh Anand, Colonial Practices of Postcolonial States.
27 October: CSD/DPIR Seminar
Stijn van Kessel, University of Loughborough: Populist Parties in Europe: Agents of Discontent?
10 November: CSD/DPIR Seminar
Eric Kaufman, Birkbeck, University of London: Why China is Content to Stay at Home: Ethnic Heterogeneity and Interstate Conflict.
17 November: CSD/DPIR Seminar
Cynthia Weber, University of Sussex: Queer International Relations.
24 November: CSD/SPIR Seminar
Robbie Shilliam, Queen Mary, University of London: When Britain Loved Rastafari: Struggles Over Imperial Belonging.
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