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Barcelona Summer School in Global Politics, Development and Security

 

COURSE

SCHEDULE

DURATION

The New Urban Agenda: The challenges of cities

Joan Clos (IBEI)

17 & 18 June

(16:00 - 19:00h CEST)

Format: online

6 hour course

Authoritarian Regionalism in the Modern World Politics

Anastassia Obydenkova (IBEI)

21, 22 & 23 June

(12:00 - 14:00h CEST)

Format: online

6 hour course

Geopolitics of the MENA Region in a Post-Western and Post-Covid World

Eduard Soler (CIDOB-IBEI)

21, 22 & 23 June

(12:00 - 14:00h CEST)

Format: online

 6 hour course

Islam and politics in MENA: ideology, activism and change

Lurdes Vidal (IEMED-IBEI)

21 & 22 June

(16:00 - 19:00h CEST)

Format: online

6 hour course

Democracy and Inequality in the Age of Polarization

Pablo Beramendi (Duke University)

21 & 22 June

(16:00 - 19:00h CEST)

Format: online

6 hour course

Racial Nationalism, Genocide and Security

Martin Shaw (IBEI-University of Sussex- University of Roehampton)

28 & 29 June

(10:00 - 13:00h CEST)

Format: online

6 hour course

Climate Change: Update and Options to Achieve the Paris Agreement

Michele de Nevers (Haas School of Business, University of California) & Anna Romero (AMB)

28, 29 & 30 June

(15:30 - 17:30h CEST)

Formatonline

6 hour course

Emerging Technologies and the Future of Conflict

Arthur Holland (United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research)

30 June & 1-2 July

(9:00 - 11:00h CEST)

Format: face-to-face and online*

 6 hour course

Nationalism and the far right

Umut Özkirimli (IBEI)

28, 29 & 30 June & 1-2 July

(09:00 - 11:00h CEST)

Format: online

10 hour course

Political violence and nonviolent resistance

Laia Balcells (Georgetown University)

28, 29 & 30 June & 1-2 July

(15:30 - 17:30h CEST)

Format: online

10 hour course

Foreign Policy: theory and practice; some relevant case studies in the beginning of the XXI st Century

Pere Vilanova (Universitat de Barcelona-IBEI)

28, 29 & 30 June & 1-2 July

(17:30 - 19:30h CEST)

Format: face-to-face and online*

10 hour course

Democracy and Development in India

Prerna Singh (Brown University)

Schedule TBC

Format: face-to-face and online*

10 hour course


*The format will be online and hybrid (classes will run simultaneously face to face and online to allow students to choose the modality that best suits their needs). Some courses will only be offered online.