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Events 2016-17


Vjosa Musliu (visiting researcher in PAIS)

Mid-morning seminar: 1st June, 11-12:00, S2.73

"Hospitality and hostility in EU-Kosovo relations"


Workshop: The Epistemology of Counterterrorism

12 May 2017, Scarman House, University of Warwick

https://epistemologyofcounterterrorism.wordpress.com/

No registration fee; please email q.cassam@warwick.ac.uk to reserve your place.


Celebration of IRS monographs - cluster reception!

8 March 2017, Cowling Room (S2.77) in Social Sciences, 16.30 - 18.30




OLIVER DAVIS (Dept of French, Warwick)

Lunchtime Seminar

Theorising the advent of weaponised drones as techniques of domestic paramilitary policing

13 February 2017, S1.69 Social Sciences, 13:00 - 14:00



MORIEL RAM (UCL and Technion, Haifa)
Lunchtime Seminar
Colonial Conquests and Geopolitical "Whitescaping": The Case of the Golan Heights
28 November 2016, S0.52 (Social Science) 1-2pm


DELACEY TEDESCO (University of British Columbia, Okanagan)
Lunchtime Seminar
New metaphors for politics in an urban world? Global urbanization, transition narratives, and aporetic boundaries
25 October 2016, H0.56 (Humanities) 1-2pm.


BARRY BUZAN (LSE)
PAIS departmental seminar series
Twentieth Century Benchmark Dates in International Relations: The Three World Wars in Perspective
Wednesday, 5 October, 3-4.30pm, MS.04


Events 2015-16

SUSAN PARK (University of Sydney)
The Good Hegemon: How the US Helps People Hold the Multilateral Development Banks to Account
(CSGR Research Seminar)
27 June 2016, A0.23 (Social Sciences), 4.00-5.30pm.
 

NICHOLAS HENRY (Deakin University)
The Language of Border Security
(SISAW Research Session)
22 June 2016, A0.23 (Social Sciences), 2-4pm.
 
KARL GUSTAFFSON (Swedish Institute of International Affairs)
Sino-Japanese Relations
11 May: Talk (details TBC)
12 May: Masterclass (details TBC)
 

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

NEOPHYTOS LOIZIDES (University of Kent)
Rethinking Conflict Resolution in the Contemporary Post-Ottoman Neighborhood and Beyond
28 April, S0.20 (Social Sciences), 12:00 - 2pm.
 
RICHARD YOUNGS (Carnegie Europe and PAIS)
The Puzzle of Non-Western Democracy
28 April 2016, S0.17 (Social Sciences), 12:30-2pm.
 
EDWARD NEWMAN (University of Leeds)
How to Make an Intervention: The Case of Human Security
(Annual Masterclass in Critical Security Studies)
2 March 2016, R0.3/4 (Ramphal), 12-3pm.
 
GARRETT W. BROWN (University of Sheffield)

Introducing Jus Ante Bellum: A Cosmopolitan Alternative to R2P
(SISAW Annual Lecture)
11 February 2016, R0.12 (Ramphal), 4-5.30pm.
 
YVONNE RINKART (University of Aberystwyth)
The Politics of Mobility at the Airport
(IRS cluster lunchtime seminar)
8th February 2016, E0.23 (Social Sciences, PAIS), 12-13.30pm.
 
MATTHIAS LEESE (University of Tuebingen)
Algorithmic Security: Data Surveillance in the EU
(SISAW Research Session)
Wednesday, 25 November 2015, A0.23 (Social Sciences), 2-4pm.
 
SHOGO SUZUKI (University of Manchester)
Ontological Security and its Threat to the Democratic Peace
(SISAW Research Session)
Friday, 30 October 2015, R0.14 (Ramphal), 12-2pm.
 
ANTHONY KING (University of Exeter)
The Post-Heroic General: Military Command in the Twentieth Century
Wednesday, 21 October 2015, S0.13 (Social Science), 4-5.30pm.
 
MATT McDONALD (University of Queensland)
Masterclass: Ethics and Security
Tuesday, 20 October 2015 A1.28 (Milburn House), 12.30 – 2.00pm.
Places are limited - register with Dr Chris Browning (c.s.browning@warwick.ac.uk)
 

Past special lectures and events

CLAUDIA ARADAU (King's College London)
The (Big) Data-Security Assemblage
SISAW Annual Lecture
11 March 2015
 
ALEXANDER BUTTERFIELD (Deputy Assistant to Richard Nixon)
The Real House of Cards: The Presidency of Richard Nixon
09 March 2015
 
ROUNDTABLE: From Human Security to the Responsibility to Protect
Sara Davies (Queensland, UQT and UQ), Aiden Hehir (Westminster)
Alexandra Homolar (Warwick [PAIS]), Elisa Lopez Lucia (Warwick [IAS])
07 January 2015
 
WARWICK GRADUATE CONFERENCE in SECURITY STUDIES
'Security and the Everyday'
31 October - 1 November, 2013
Keynotes: Jutta Weldes (Bristol) & Francois Debrix (Virginia Tech)
 
 VIVIENNE JABRI (King's College London)
'The International, Cosmopolitan Wars and Postcolonial Resistance'
30 October 2013
 
LENE HANSEN (Copenhagen University)
‘Visual Securitization: Taking Security Studies from the Word to the Image’
6 March 2013
 
DIDIER BIGO (Sciences-Po/King's)
'Bourdieu and International Relations',
21 February 2012



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Advanced Theories & Methods
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CRITICAL SECURITY STUDIES
 

Past Masterclasses

CLAUDIA ARADAU
Security Devices
(Academic Year 2014-15)
 
VIVIENNE JABRI
Postcolonial Critique
(Academic Year 2013-14)
 
LENE HANSEN
Discourse Analysis
(Academic Year 2012-13)
 
DIDIER BIGO
Thinking Tools for Analysing Security
(Academic Year 2011-12)
 


GREGYNOG Ideas Lab



GREGYNOG Ideas Lab IV
Summer School
in PostInternational Politics
13-18 July 2015
Gregynog Hall, Wales

 

GREGYNOG Ideas Lab III
Summer School
in PostInternational Politics
7-12 July, 2014
Gregynog Hall, Wales