The fifth edition of the IPS Winter School will be attended by professors Michael Shapiro (University of Hawaii), Rob Walker (University of Victoria and PUC-Rio), Debbie Lisle (Queen’s University Belfast), Jef Huysmans (Queen Mary University of London), Cristina Rojas (Carleton University) and Martina Tazzioli (Swansea University).
The School discusses and analyze world politics themes from the theoretical and methodological approach of international political sociology. The seminars, workshops and courses will address the different lines of thought mobilized by international political sociology, thematic innovations and contributions to critical thinking in international relations. This year, among other topics, we will discuss movement, community and security policies; race and precariousness, migrations and visibility, failures and creativity, media and hate speech.
The IPS Winter School is an annual, two-week event whose purpose is to discuss themes and critical approaches proposed by international political sociology. It is aimed at graduate students or early academic students along two weeks and will take place between July 1st and 5th (first week) and July 8th to 12th (second week) of 2019.
For more information, see the website: www.ipswinterschool.com.
(Photo from IPS Winter School.)