Seminar Series: TheoryLab and Doing IPS

TheoryLAB and Doing IPS Work-in-Progress
Seminar Series
SPIR, Queen Mary University of London

A new work-in-progress seminar series for staff and PhD students in the School of Politics and International Relations at Queen Mary University of London began in January 2019, under the joint umbrella of TheoryLAB and Doing IPS.

This series provides a forum for colleagues to present, and get feedback on, work at various stages of development, whether for conference papers, draft articles or chapters, or funding proposals. By bringing together TheoryLab and Doing IPS, the seminar will be open to those working on a diverse range of theoretical, methodological, and empirical areas.

Those interested in participating or being added to the mailing list should contact the organisers on e.schwarz@qmul.ac.uk and p.pinkerton@qmul.ac.uk.

The latest schedule is below.

Date 
Presentation
Time
Room
16.10.2019
Liz Chatterjee  – The Temptations of Green Nationalism: Land, Indigeneity, and Exclusionary Environmentalisms
16.30-18.00
Laws 1.19
30.10.2019
Patrick Pinkerton – Deconstructing Peace: The Contested Politics of Post-Conflict Northern Ireland and Bosnia and Herzegovina
15.00-16.30
Laws 1.19
13.11.2019
Peter Brett – Revolutionary legality and the Burkinabé insurrection
16.30-18.00
Laws 1.19
27.11.2019
Nivi Manchanda and Chris Rossdale – Resisting Racial Militarism: War, Policing and the Black Panther Party
16.30-18.00
Laws 1.19
04.12.2019
Jef Huysmans – Motioning the politics of (in)security: the primacy of movement and the death of the subject of security
16.30-18.00
Laws 1.19