Series of research seminars announced
Politics and International Relations 15 January 2018
Events take place on Tuesdays 4-5.30pm at the Westminster Forum, Level 5, 32-38 Wells Street, University of Westminster, W1T 3UW.
All are welcome to attend the seminars, no need to register.
Tuesday 23 January
Jonathan Hopkin (LSE): The Return of Politics: Populism, Anti-System Politics, and the Crisis
Tuesday 6 February
Gideon Baker (Griffith University): Nihilism, Truth and the World
Tuesday 20 February
Kevin McSorley (University of Portsmouth): Sensate regimes of war: olfaction, ontological in/security and violence
Tuesday 6 March
Tuesday 20 March
Lea Ypi (LSE): Capitalism, Migration and Citizenship
Tuesday 10 April
Gabriel Siles-Brugge (University of Warwick): When Dracula met trade policy: the strategic mobilisation of emotion to contest the MAI, GATS and TTIP
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