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Past Events

Events 2020/2021

The Social Theory Centre's 2021 Annual Public event with Gargi Bhattacharya (University of East London) and Discussant (Sivamohan Valluvan, University of Warwick). June 16, 2021.

  • Sonic Intimacy - Seminar with Malcolm James (University of Sussex) and Discussant (Virinder Kalra, University of Warwick). March 10, 2021.
  • Climate Reparations: How Did We Get Here - Seminar with Keston Perry (University of the West of England, Bristol) and Discussant (Alice Mah, University of Warwick). February 3, 2021.
  • Social Research in Pandemic Times - Talks & Panel Discussion with Niharika Pandit (LSE) & Karsten Schubert (Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg). Discussant Caryn Petersen. November 25, 2020.

Events 2019/2020

  • Anti-Colonial Reckonings: A Conversation - Talks & Panel Discussion with Adam Elliot Cooper (University of Greenwich), Rafeef Ziadeh (SOAS), Ather Zia (University of Northern Colorado, Greeley), Rahul Rao (SOAS), Tomi Amole (Warwick Anti-Racism Society) - July 14, 2020.

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Events 2018/19

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Speakers included: Dr. John Narayan, Caryn Thandi Petersen, Piermarco Piu & Dr. Teodora Todorova

Events 2017/2018

 Critical Legal Conference 2017

  • With the Law School the Social Theory Centre co-hosted the Critical Legal Conference 2017 (September 1-3).

Events 2016/17

  • PhD/ECR Masterclass on Decolonizing Social Theory
    Monday 8th May, 2-4pm, R0.14
    Speakers: Andrew Zimmerman, Robbie Shilliam, Akwugo Emejulu (tbc)
    Chair: Claire Blencowe

  • Symposium: Polanyi, Markets, and Socialism in the Early 21st Century, Tuesday 9 May, 2-5pm, R0.14
    Speakers: Johanna Bockman, Matthew Watson, Gareth Dale
    Discussants: John Holmwood, Alice Mah
    Chair: Shirin Rai

  • PhD/ECR Masterclass on Community Research, Race, and Housing
    Thursday 11th May, 10-12pm, R014
    Speakers: Johanna Bockman, Nigel de Noronha, Giovanni Picker
    Chair: Hannah Jones

  • Symposium on Europe and Africa Wednesday 10 May, 2-5pm
  • Critical Legal Conference - Catastrophe September 1-3