Public Events in International Politics

Date Time Event Location Video & Podcasts
         
31 January 2017 6.00 p.m A public lecture and Q&A with Professor Michael Keating: ‘Between Two Unions: Brexit and the Nations?’ Main Hall, International Politics  
2 February 2017 4.00pm Public lecture and Q&A with Sir Emyr Jones Parry, ‘The Challenge of Implementing Brexit and the Implications for British Foreign Policy’ Main Hall, International Politics  Event coverage
7 February 2017 6.00pm DDMI annual lecture. Prof Lawrence Freedman Main Hall, International Politics  Event coverage
14 February 2017 3.10pm Security Research Group Steve Critcher Room, International Politics  
14 February 2017                       6.00pm CANCELLED - Professor Richard Beardsworth gives his inaugural lecture: ‘The Political Moment: Political Responsibility and Leadership in a Globalized, Fractured Age’ Main Hall, International Politics  
15 February 2017 10am - 4pm

Applicant Visiting day

International Politics Building and campus Department of International Politics Applicant Visiting days
17 February 2017 1.30pm Group on International Theory (GRIT) Meetings Room, International Politics  
18 February 2017 10am - 4pm Applicant Visiting Day International Politics Building and campus Department of International Politics Applicant Visiting days
20 February 2017 3.00pm

Dr Owen Bennett-Jones
Renowned journalist and BBC foreign correspondent.

'Nation shall speak unto Nation: Reporting in War and Peace from Beirut, Bucharest, Hanoi, Kabul and Islamabad, 1981-2017'

A12, Lecture Theatre

Hugh Owen Building

 
20 February 2017 5.15pm

Dr Owen Bennett-Jones
Renowned journalist and BBC foreign correspondent

'Al-Qaeda and Islamic State: Brothers in Arms or Rivals?'

Main Hall, International Politics Building  Event coverage
21 February 2017 3.10pm

Dr Iain Johnston-White

'The Politics of a Golden Alliance: Financing the Commonwealth War Effort in the Second World War'

Steve Crichter Room, International Politics Building  
22 February 2017 5.00pm

Prof. Richard Rawlings (UCL)

“’Strange Days?’ Reworking the Welsh Devolution ‘Settlement’”

Main Hall, International Politics Building  
27 February 2017 12.30pm

The Critical and Cultural Politics research group (CCP)

Visualising Fieldwork Experiences

 

North Room, International Politics Building

 
28 February 2017 6.00pm

Judith Large, leading expert in conflict analysis and peace-building, will launch her latest book 'Push Back: Sri Lanka’s Dance with Global Governance'

Arts Centre Bookshop  
2 March 2017 6.30pm

Baroness Eluned Morgan AM

“Can Anything Positive Come Out of BREXIT?”

Main Hall, International Politics Building  
4 March 2017 10am - 4pm

Applicant Visiting Day

International Politics Building and campus  
8 March 2017 2.00pm

MA Information Meeting

Steve Crichter Room, International Politics Building  
8 March 2017 4.00pm

‘The Clothesline Project’ to celebrate International Women's Day.

A panel of International Politics students and staff will speak to the question:

'What does it mean to be a woman in contemporary international politics'

Main Hall, International Politics Building  
13 March 2017 6.10pm

David Davies Memorial Institute of International Studies (DDMI) and the Department of International Politics

Prof Richard Beardsworth, Dr Ali Bilgic, Dr Kamila Stullerova and Dr Lucy Taylor

'The Rise of National Populism'

Main Hall, International Politics Building  
14 March 2017 4.10

Security Research Group

Dr Warren Dockter

Discussion on Wilfrid Scawen Blunt and British Imperialism in the Middle East: A Political-Historical Re-Evaluation

West Room, International Politics Building  
14 March 2017 6.30pm

Performance and Politics International (PPi) Research Centre

Professor Chris Balme

'The theatrical public sphere in the age of post-truth politics'

Main Hall, International Politics Building  
15 March 2017 2.30pm

Performance and Politics International (PPi) Research Centre

Professor Chris Balme

Seminar

Seminar Room 2, Parry Williams Building  
24 March 2017 10.00am

Alex Aiken, Executive Director for UK Government Communications

Main Hall, International Politics Building  
24 March 2017 5.45pm

Stitched Voices


Film “The Colours of the Mountain”

Start of Wales One World Film Festival

 Arts Centre Cinema  
25 March 2017 6.00-8.00pm Stitched Voices
Exhibition Launch
 Arts Centre, Gallery 1  
27 March 2017 6.00pm

Environmental Politics Research Group

Dr Robin Dunford “Peasant Resistance and Food Sovereignty

Main Hall, International Politics Building  
28 March 2017 1.00pm

Tom Jones OBE (WCVA)

“The Role of Civil Society Organizations in Policy-Making”, WISERD Civil Society Seminar Series

Executive Boardroom, Visualisation Centre  
28 March 2017 6.15pm

Politics and Performance International Research Centre Lecture

The Quipu Project

Dr Karen Tucker (Bristol) & Dr Matthew Brown (Bristol)

Main Hall, International Politics Building  
29 March 2017 9.30am

Politics and Performance International Research Centre Seminar

The Quipu Project

Dr Karen Tucker (Bristol) & Dr Matthew Brown (Bristol)

South Room, International Politics Building  
29 March 2017 5.00pm

Critical and Cultural Politics Research Group

Dr. Suthaharan Nadarajah, Policing the Diaspora: Neoliberalism, Security and the Tamils

 

B22, Llandinam  
29 March 2017 10.00am - 4.30pm

Knowledge Centre ESRC seminar

'Conflcit Experts:  Methodology, authority, Impact'

MedRus 3, Penglais Campus  
30 March 2017 10.10

Guest speaker

Dr Babu Rahman, Deputy Head of Research Analyst, UK Government Foreign and Commonwealth Office

Main Hall, International Politics Building  
30 March 2017 4.00pm

Staff presentation: Dr. Brieg Powel. 

‘The ages of war: problematizing IR’s benchmark dates with military historical sociology'.

Main Hall, International Politics Building  
31 March 2017 1.30pm

GRIT

Meetings Room, International Politics Building  
31 March 2017 6.30pm

The Interdisciplinary Gender Studies Research Group

Transgender resistance:  a panel discussion for transgender day of visibility

Main Hall, International Politics Building  
3 April 2017 6.00pm

Security Research Group

Dr Bleddyn Bowen,  King’s College London

'The Wrath of Mahan: Space Warfare in the Cosmic Coastline'

Main Hall, International Politics Building  
4 April 2017 6.30pm

Professor Richard Beardsworth gives his inaugural lecture: ‘The Political Moment: Political Responsibility and Leadership in a Globalized, Fractured Age’

Main Hall, International Politics Building  Event coverage
6 April 2017 4.00pm

Rachel White (Yale University/Aberystwyth University).

'Resistance Theology: Christians and the French State, from Occupation
to Decolonization'

Main Hall, International Politics Building  
10 April 2017 7.15pm

Stitched Voices

Frankie Armstrong with Bright Field

Acapella concert “The Voice of All Things”

 

Arts Centre, Gallery 1

 
20 April 2017 8.00pm

Stitched Voices

"Whatever You Say, Say Something: Creative responses to the Ulster 'Troubles'”Damian Gorman and Eileen Harrisson

 Arts Centre, Gallery 1  
1 May 2017 6:00pm

Assessing Trump's First 100 Days in Office

Main Hall, International Politics Building  
2 May 2017 6.00-7.30pm

Aberystwyth Post-International Group (APIG) Annual Lecture

"Human Rights, Human Remains"

Dr Claire Moon (LSE)

Main Hall, International Politics Building  
4 May 2017 4.00pm

 Dr. Jeff Bridoux

‘Despondent or
resilient? The Future of the Liberal World Order'’

Main Hall, International Politics Building  
5 May 2017 12.00

Launch of new MA Welsh Politics & Society Degree Scheme

Think Tank, Llandinam  
5 May 2017 5.00-6.30pm

Stitched Voices

Roundtable “Stitched Voices: Women’s Activism and Crafting Resistance”

Main Hall, International Politics Building  
8 May 2017 6.00pm

Security Research Group

Professor Vian Bakir and Dr Andrew McStay, Bangor University

Post Snowden Transparency Arrangements: ‘The Veillance Panoptic Assemblage and Emotiveillance’

Main Hall, International Politics Building  
9 May 2017 6.00pm

Global Politics Research Group

Dr Sabaratnam will be talking about her new book, Decolonising InterventionInternational Statebuilding in Mozambique

Main Hall, International Politics Building  
10 May 2017 4:00pm

MA International Politics Open Day

Main Hall, International Politics Building  
 12 May 2017  2.00pm - 4.00pm Stitched Voices

Research workshop “Unacknowledged Voices: Arts and Crafts as Political Knowledge Archives”

Details & registration: beb14@aber.ac.uk

Main Hall, International Politics Building  
16 May 2017 3.00pm

The Centre for Intelligence and International Security Studies

Marti Paterson, will talk about her recent book ‘The Widow Spy’ 

 

Main Hall, International Politics Building  
23 May 2017 5.30pm

The Environmental Politics Research Group and the Centre for the International Politics of Knowledge

Dr Mat Hope

Main Hall, International Politics Building  
5 June 2017 7:30pm

General Election Hustings Evening with Ceredigion Candidates

 Morlan Centre, Aberystwyth  
5 June 2017 5.00pm

Aberystwyth Post-International Group (APIG)

A conversation with Eric Ngalle Charles

Main Hall, International Politics Building  
6 June 2017 10.00-12.00 noon

Aberystwyth Post-International Group (APIG)

Workshop with Eric Ngalle Charles

Steve Crichter Room, International Politics Building  
6 June 2017 18:00-19:30pm

**CANCELLED**

Performance and Politics International (PPi) Research Centre's 

10th Anniversary Lecture and wine reception

Professor Diana Taylor (New York University)

 

Main Hall, International Politics Building  
7 June 2017 9.30am

Performance and Politics International (PPi) Research Centre's 

Seminar

Professor Diana Taylor (New York University)

 Parry-Williams Seminar Room  
22-23 June 2017 9.30am

BISA work group International Studies of the Mediterranean, Middle East and Asia Annual Workshop

'Populism and Global Geopolitics:
Critical Reflections on Sovereignty, Borders and (un)Belonging'

Steve Crichter Room, International Politics Building  
28 June 2017 10.00am-3.00pm

Security Research Group (SRG) and Environmental Politics Research Group (EPRG)

“Security and the Environment: An Evolving Debate”

West Room, International Politics Building