Call for papers: Graduate Conference on the Politics of Representation
Politics and International Relations 24 March 2016
New Perspectives is an initiative by the DPIR graduate community that aims at promoting critical and cutting-edge research among doctoral- and early-career-researchers.
The first installment of the series engages with (and challenges) the idea of ‘representation’, a prolific and widely utilised concept in political and international analysis with often take-for-granted implications.
The deadline for abstract submissions is Saturday 10 April 2016.
Find out about the themes and guidelines for submissions on the event page.
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