Post-Disaster, Post-Conflict, Post-Crisis? Interdisciplinary Exploration of Governing through ‘Post-‘
Wednesday 18 June, 10am – 5.30pm, Milburn House, Institute of Advanced Studies
Lead : Charlotte Heath-Kelly (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Illan rua Wall (I.R.Wall@warwick.ac.uk)
This event, co-organised with the Institute for Advanced Studies, follows up from the Away Day on Postconflict and Post-Disaster Governance which took place on 29 January 2014. It aims to bring together aims to bring together researchers from across different disciplines at Warwick and externally to deepen discussions for a collaborative project on ‘post-‘ governance. The project takes as a starting point, the contentionend that, despite disciplinary boundaries which separate the study of war, economy and disaster, important insights can be gained through an interdisciplinary exploration of the way that events are bounded by conceptions of temporality and responsibility where events are constituted through both anticipation and remembrance. This is an invitation-only event open to interested scholars and GRP GG members. If you are interested in attending the event, please contact the lead organisers, Charlotte or Illan, at the above details. Details of the event can be found here.
Climate Change and Global Governance Away Day
Tuesday 20 May, 10:00am – 15:30pm, R1.13, Ramphal Building
Leads: Celine Tan (Law) (celine dot tan at warwick dot ac dot uk) Malcolm MacDonald (CAL) (M dot N dot MacDonald at warwick dot ac dot uk) and Sam Adelman (Law) (S dot Adelman at warwick dot ac dot uk)
This Away Day will explore aspects of global governance relating to climate change. It aims to bring together researchers from across different disciplines at Warwick to explore issues around climate change and responses to such events from a governance and international perspective. In particular, it will provide a platform for participants to start formulating a possible framework for an interdisciplinary research bid relating to climate change and aspects of global governance. If you would like further information or have ideas about the workshop themes or ideas for bids, please contact Malcolm at the email above. Details of the event and a programme for the day can be found here.
If you are interested in attending this away day, please register here or email U dot Martin at warwick dot ac dot uk
Post-Conflict and Post-Disaster Governance Away Day,
Wednesday, 29 January 2014, Wolfson Research Exchange
This Away Day will explore aspects of post-conflict and post-disaster governance on the international stage. It aims to bring together researchers from across different disciplines at Warwick to explore notions of crisis, conflict and disaster and responses to such events from a governance and international perspective.Details of the Away Day can be found here.
Tuesday 24 April 2012, Arden House, University of Warwick
Deep tensions mark many areas of contemporary global governance. From the ongoing global financial crisis to concerns over food and energy security to conflicts over natural resources and a burgeoning environmental and climate change crisis and health epidemics, instability is permeating international economic and geopolitical relations and challenging existing institutions of global governance. At the same time contours of world power are in flux, with new actors gaining prominence and new global governance instruments emerging in reaction to crisis and conflict. This GPP-GG Away Day explored the challenges posed by contemporary concerns with systemic and emerging crisis and conflict and shifting geopolitical and economic power.
A report of the Away Day can be found here.