Organisers at KCL, QMUL, and LSE are pleased to run a second IPS PhD seminar series from June 2019. Continue Reading →
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.
Workshop: Performing Utopia: Discourses of Love, Compassion and More in International Relations
‘Doing IPS’ is organising a one-day workshop on Friday, 25 May 2018 – taking place at Queen Mary University ofRead more.
Short Workshop Report: Doing International Political Sociology
'Doing IPS' organised a cafe-style workshop in University of London Institute in Paris, on 22 February 2018. Continue Reading →Read more.
Book Review: Routledge Handbook of International Political Sociology edited by Xavier Guillaume and Pinar Bilgin
In Routledge Handbook of International Political Sociology, editors Xavier Guillaumeand Pinar Bilgin bring together contributors to explore methodologies, theories and sites of analysisRead more.
PhD Course on International Political Sociology
Deadline for application: 2 February 2018 The PhD cluster and 'doing IPS' cluster are jointly organising a PhD course onRead more.
Global Politics Unbound Roundtable: Riding the Postcolonial and Decolonial Wave
Riding the post-colonial and de-colonial wave: what will the intensified interest in post-colonialism contribute to our understanding of world politics?Read more.