The Annual Masterclass in Critical Security Studies is an extended session intended to help satisfy the thirst among PAIS postgraduate students and early career researchers for advanced theoretical/ methodological training in critical approaches to international relations. The number of participants is generally limited to enable an in-depth discussion of the Masterclass topic.
Using Materialism and STS [Science and Technology Studies]
as Methods in Politics and International Relations
Monday, 19 June 2023, Ramphal R0.04 12.30-14.00
Prior to the Masterclass Dr Shah will give a Public Lecture on 'Calibrating Lethality' (Ramphal R0.04 11.00-12.00).
How to register:
Please send an email to Dr Alex Homolar (email@example.com) to register.
Academic Year 2021/22
Understanding Audience Reception through Focus Groups in Critical IR. About the speaker
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
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
How to Make an Intervention - The Case of Human Security. About the speakerLink opens in a new window.
Academic Year 2014/15
Security Devices. About the speakerLink opens in a new window.
Academic Year 2013/14
Postcolonial Critique. About the speakerLink opens in a new window.
Academic Year 2012/13
Discourse Analysis. About the speakerLink opens in a new window.
Academic Year 2011/12
Thinking Tools for Analysing Security. About the speakerLink opens in a new window.