Public Events in International Politics

Date Time Event Location Video & Podcasts
28 September 2017  4.30pm Department Roundtable “The Many Faces of Radicalization Today” Main Hall, International Politics Building  
29 September 2017 5.30pm

David Davies Memorial Institute


Mr Virginijus Sinkevicius

Main Hall, International Politics Building  
4 October 2017 5.00pm Interdisciplinary Gender Studies Research Group Meet and Greet Main Hall, International Politics Building  
5 October 2017 6.00pm

E H Carr Memorial Lecture

Professor Stephen Walk (Harvard Kennedy School of Government)

“U.S. Grand Strategy after the Cold War: Can Realist Theory Explain It? Should Realism Guide It?”

Main Hall, International Politics Building  

 E.H. Carr Lecture 2017

10 October 2017 6.30pm

PPi Distinguished Speaker Event


Dr Claire Moon, Dept of Sociology and the Centre for Human Rights, LSE

'Human Rights, Human Remains'

Main Hall, International Politics Building  
11 October 2017 3.00pm-4.30pm

The Centre for the International Politics of Knowledge (KNOWLEDGE Centre)

Dr Berit Bliesemann de Guevara (Aberystwyth University):

"The Joys and Woes of Arts-based Research with Local Associates on Violent Conflict in Myanmar"

 

Steve Crichter Room, International Politics Building  
14 October 2017 9.00am - 4.00pm

Open Day

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24 October 2017 6.30pm

PPi Research Seminar

Professor Adrian Kear

'On Donald Trump's Hair:  How Does Theatre Think Through Theatricality?'

Main Hall, International Politics Building  
25 October 2017 6.00pm

Environmental Politics Research Group

Film Screening:  'If a Tree Falls:  A Story of the Earth Liberation Front'

 

Main Hall, International Politics Building  
27 October 2017 5.00pm

Interdisciplinary Gender Studies Research Group


Intersex Awareness Lecture with Megan Talbot, Dept of Law and Criminology

Steve Crichter Room, International Politics Building  
11 November 2017 9.00am - 4.00pm

Open Day

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23 November 2017 6.00pm

Waltz Lecture


Professor Christopher Coker (LSE)

“The Human Thing”

Main Hall, International Politics Building