Series of research seminars announced for Semester 2
Politics and International Relations 22 December 2016
Events take place on Tuesdays 4–5.30pm (unless otherwise stated) at Westminster Forum, Level 5, University of Westminster, 32-38 Wells Street, London W1T 3UW.
All staff, postgraduates and research students are welcome to attend the seminars and booking is not required.
Here is the list of upcoming research seminars:
- 24 January: Victoria Basham (University of Cardiff) – Effecting security, gender and nation: an analysis of the UK’s preventing sexual violence initiative.
- 14 February: Tereza Capelos (ICSS, University of Birmingham) – Valuable insights: basic values as psychological determinants of middle class identification in India.
- 7 March: Hannes Hansen-Magnusson (University of Cardiff) – Responsibility in world politics: norms, communities and practices.
- 21 March: Christopher Finlay (University of Birmingham) – Fungible lives: on the idea of an economy of violence.
- 28 March: Lauren Wilcox (University of Cambridge and Selwyn College) – Queering war: the gender politics of the drone.
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