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SISAW ANNUAL LECTURES and TALKS

SISAW Annual Lectures and SISAW Talks adress a wide range of issues in international security. They involve a presentation by renowned guest speakers with a question and answer session and are of interest to academic and non-acadmic audiences. These key SISAW events are followed by a drinks reception.

GARRETT W. BROWN (University of Sheffield)
Introducing Jus Ante Bellum:
A Cosmopolitan Alternative to Humanitarian Intervention and the Responsibility to Protect
SISAW Annual Lecture
11 February 2016, R0.12 (Ramphal), 4-5.30pm. About the speaker.

 
Roundtable Discussion: THE POWER OF GLOBAL BENCHMARKS
Chair:
Professor Nick Vaughan-Williams (University of Warwick)
Speakers: Dr André Broome (University of Warwick), Dr Alexandra Homolar (University of Warwick), Dr Caroline Kuzemko, (University of Exeter), Dr Sharifah Sekalana (University of Warwick), Dr Liam Clegg (University of York).
20 January 2016, A0.23 (Social Sciences) 4.00-5.30pm

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CLAUDIA ARADAU (King's College London)
The (Big) Data-Security Assemblage
SISAW Annual Lecture
11 March 2015, A0.23 (Social Sciences), 4-5.30pm. About the speaker.
 
Roundtable Discussion: FROM HUMAN SECURITY TO R2P
Chair: Dr Juanita Elias (University of Warwick)
Speakers: Dr Sarah Davies (University of Queensland), Dr. Aidan Heir (University of Westminster), Dr Alexandra Homolar (University of Warwick), Dr Elisa Lopez (University of Birmingham)
07 January 2015, S0.19 (Social Sciences), 4-5:30pm.

 

SISAW RESEARCH SESSIONS
Research Sessions are interactive lunchtime sessions, which cover a wide array of subject areas that cross (sub)disciplinary divides. They involve a brief presentation by the guest speaker followed by in-depth discussion. A buffet lunch and refreshments are provided.

NICHOLAS HENRY (Deakin University Melbourne)
The Politics of Borders and Migration
Wednesday, 22 June 2016, A0.23 (Social Sciences), 2-4pm. About the speaker.
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SHOGO SUZUKI (University of Manchester)

Ontological Security and its Threat to the Democratic Peace: Japan’s 'Korea Threat'
Friday, 30 October 2015, R0.14 (Ramphal), 12-2pm. About the speaker.

MATTHIAS LEESE (University of Tuebingen)
Wednesday, 25 November, A0.23 (Social Sciences), 2-4pm. About the speaker.

RYAN WALTER (University of Queensland)
Rhetoric and Action: Legitimation Constraints
Wednesday, 26 November 2014. About the speaker.

 

MASTERCLASSES


ANNUAL MASTERCLASS IN CRITICAL SECURITY STUDIES
These annual events are intended to address the thirst for advanced theoretical/ methodological training in critical approaches to international studies. The number of participants is capped at 25 to enable an in-depth discussion. More information.

 
Academic Year 2016/17
BRENT STEELE (University of Utah)
Ontological Security and the Everyday
Thursday, 27 April 2017 (10am-12noon). Room E2.02 Social Sciences [TBC]

 

Academic Year 2015/16

EDWARD NEWMAN (University of Leeds)
How to Make an Intervention - The Case of Human Security

 
Academic Year 2014/15
CLAUDIA ARADAU (Kings College London)
Security Devices
 
Academic Year 2013/14
VIVIENNE JABRI (Kings College London)
Postcolonial Critique
 
Academic Year 2012/13
LENE HANSEN (University of Copenhagen)
Discourse Analysis
 
Academic Year 2011/12
DIDIER BIGO
Thinking Tools for Analysing Security

 

SISAW MASTERCLASSES
These sessions are focused on exploring methodological and theoretical aspects of participants' own work via engaging with a key expert in the field.

Academic Year 2015/16

BRENT J STEELE (University of Utah)
Ontological Security Analysis and its Challenges
Monday, 2 May 2016, S0.10 (Social Sciences), 12-2pm

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