Reading group (occasional meetings on Wednesdays 1-2:30pm during term time).
Work presented by IRST members
George Kyris: session on 14th November 2018. Paper, ‘ Sovereignty, Conflict and the International Community’
Kevork Oskanian: session on 21st March 2018. Paper, ‘Mind the Gap: Securitisations between State and Society
Nicholas Wheeler: session on 9th March 2016. Chapter – ‘Individual and Collective identities of trust' - from his upcoming book Trusting Enemies.
Rita Floyd: session on the 18th May 2016. Introduction to her book manuscript ‘The Morality of Security: A Theory of Just Securitization’.
Marco Vieira: session on 16th November 2016. Paper submitted to Millennium, ‘Re-Imagining the Self of Ontological Security: The Case of Brazil’s Ambivalent Postcolonial Subjectivity’.
Adam Quinn: session on 8th March 2017. ISA Baltimore paper, ‘Killing norms softly: US targeted killing, secrecy and the assassination ban’.
May 2018: The 'Women, Peace and Security Agenda in Service of Countering Violent Extremism: Prevention at the Limits of Security’ in association with the Gender and Feminist Theory Group and ICCS. Speaker: Professor Laura Shepherd (University of Sydney).
May 2018: One day workshop, Critical Narrative Approaches to International Relations and Security Studies. Keynote Speaker: Professor Elizabeth Dauphinee (York University/Canada).
November 2017: Podcast: What's the Purpose of International Relations? Views of the Discipline. Speaker: Prof. Justin Rosenberg (Sussex); Discussants: Prof. Nicholas Wheeler (ICCS) and Dr. Megan Daigle (POLSIS); Chair: Dr. Marco Vieira (POLSIS).
February 2017: Podcast: The Disappearance of the Battlefield in the Age of Global Targeting, Speaker: Dr Antoine Bousquet (Senior Lecturer in International Relations, Birkbeck College, London).
June 2016: One day workshop, in association with the Asia Research group, on ‘Ontological security: theoretical advances and Asian cases’
January 2016: Expert Panel on ‘Locating the non-western ‘subject’ in world politics’ with Ayse Zarakol ( Cambridge), Gurminder Bhambra (Warwick), Ces Moore and Marco Vieira.
May 2015: Expert panel on ‘Emancipation without agenda? The recovery of non-western subjecthood and its implications to the study of world politics (Podcast)’ with Olivia Rutazibwa (Portsmouth), Mustapha Kamal Pasha (Aberystwyth), Vidya Kumar (Birmingham), Philipp Lottholz (Birmingham), Marco Vieira (Birmingham).