Building on the success of our first IPS PhD seminar series in International Political Sociology (IPS), the organising committee is pleased to share the call for papers for a second IPS PhD seminar series. Continue Reading →
CHASE DTP-funded and student-led training programme on 'Researching Conflict in the Humanities: Challenges, Practices and Methods'. Continue Reading →
Book Launch: ‘Western Dominance in International Relations?’
Book launch of Audrey Alejandro's book, "Western Dominance in International Relations?" (Routledge 2018). Continue Reading →Read more.
Podcast: ‘International Political Sociology and Historical Sociology: Encounters’
A podcast is now available from a rountable event entitled 'International Political Sociology and Historical Sociology: Encounters'. Continue Reading →Read more.
Keynote Seminar: ‘What does it mean to do International Political Sociology?’
In this Keynote Seminar, speakers Debbie Lisle, Alvina Hoffmann, and Hesham Shafick will discuss what it means to do InternationalRead more.
Roundtable Event: ‘International Political Sociology and Historical Sociology: Encounters’
Four distinguished speakers within the subfields of International Political Sociology (IPS) and Historical Sociology will reflect on their own research,Read more.
Interview: Emma Mc Cluskey
During the interview, she shares her thoughts on debates, perspectives, and encounters which have shaped her work. At the endRead more.
Visiting Scholar: Dr Linda Monsees at QMUL
Dr. Linda Monsees is visiting scholar at the School of Politics and International Relations, Queen Mary University of London, inRead more.
New Book: ‘Western Dominance in International Relations?’
Since the 1970s, a ‘critical’ movement has been developing in the humanities and social sciences denouncing the existence of aRead more.
Publication Launch: Anti- & Counter-terrorism and human rights in Europe: 5 snapshots of current controversies
This event on 20 September 2018 launches the publication of a report on anti- and counter-terrorism and human rights inRead more.
PhD Course: International Political Sociology Seminar Series
The series is made up of student-led monthly seminars jointly organised by the School of Politics and International Relations atRead more.