CSD/DPIR Semester 2 seminar series

8 January 2016

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The Centre for the Study of Democracy and the Department of Politics and International Relations is organising a full programme of seminars this semester, featuring both visiting speakers and research in progress from staff at Westminster.

All events take place on Tuesdays 4-5.30pm at Westminster Forum, Level 5, 32-38 Wells Street, University of Westminster, W1T 3UW.

All are welcome to attend the seminars.

19 January – Research in progress
Matt Fluck and Daniel McCarthy (University of Melbourne):'Transparency and International Relations: Towards a Critical Approach'.

26 January – Research in progress
Elisabetta Brighi: ‘The Globalisation of Resentment – Failure, Denial and Violence in World Politics’

2 February – CSD/DPIR seminar
Saul Newman (Goldsmiths): ‘Voluntary Servitude and the Discipline of Indiscipline’

9 February – CSD/DPIR seminar
Lisa McKenzie (LSE): 'Class Prejudice: The Captain Scarlett of British Inequality.'

1 March – CSD/DPIR seminar
Mark Duffield (Bristol): ‘Exploring Global Connectivity’

8 March – Research in progress
Nitasha Kaul: Topic to be confirmed

22 March – CSD/DPIR seminar
Nathaniel Adam Tobias (Oxford): ‘How Philosophy was “Whitewashed”’

29 March – CSD/DPIR seminar
Victoria Basham (Cardiff): 'Framing Wartime Sexual Violence’

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