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Annual Masterclass in Critical Security Studies

THE CONCEPT

The Annual Masterclass in Critical Security Studies is an extended session intended to help satisfy the thirst among PAIS graduate and postgraduate students as well as early career researchers for advanced theoretical/ methodological training in critical approaches to international relations. The number of participants is limited to enable an in-depth discussion of the Masterclass topic. Guest speakers are also invited to present their research to a wider audience as part of the SISAW Event Series. 

Dmitry ChernobrovLink opens in a new window (University of Sheffield)

Understanding Audience Reception through Focus Groups in Critical IR

Location - S1.50
Time - 14.30-16.00, Monday 6th June

How to register:

Please send an email to Dr Chris Browning (c.s.browning@warwick.ac.ukLink opens in a new window) to register. Places are limited to 18.

PAST EVENTS

Academic Year 2019/20
SUPERSTARS IN ONTOLOGICAL SECURITY
Featuring: Catarina Kinnvall (Lund), Jelena Subotic (Georgia State), Brent Steele (Utah)
* * * CANCELLED DUE TO COVID 19 * * *
 

Academic Year 2018/19
ROBERT A. SAUNDERS
Popular Culture in IR: Practicalities, Pitfalls, and Politics. About the speakerLink opens in a new window
 

Academic Year 2017/18
MICHELLE BENTLEY
Strategic Narratives. About the speakerLink opens in a new window
[rescheduled as PAIS departmental seminar in autumn 2018 owning to industrial action]
 

Academic Year 2016/17
BRENT J. STEELE
Ontological Security and the Everyday. About the speaker
 

Academic Year 2015/16
EDWARD NEWMAN
How to Make an Intervention - The Case of Human Security. About the speakerLink opens in a new window.
 

Academic Year 2014/15
CLAUDIA ARADAU
Security Devices. About the speakerLink opens in a new window.
 

Academic Year 2013/14
VIVIENNE JABRI
Postcolonial Critique. About the speakerLink opens in a new window.
 

Academic Year 2012/13
LENE HANSEN
Discourse Analysis. About the speakerLink opens in a new window.
 

Academic Year 2011/12
DIDIER BIGO
Thinking Tools for Analysing Security. About the speakerLink opens in a new window.