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28 · OCTOBER · 2022

IBEI Research Seminars 2022-23

During the course 2022-23, IBEI has organised a series of research seminars, which normally take place once a week. Check the complete list below:

First semester's programme

  • 14 November 2022 | Estimative Intelligence in European Foreign Policymaking: Learning Lessons from an Era of Surprise. With Nikki Ikani (Leiden University), Christoph Meyer (King’s College London), Eva Michaels (IBEI). More info

Second semester's programme

  • 16 January 2023 | Divided We Stand: The EU’s Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP) and Europe’s Global Engagement in 21st Century World Politics. With Ulrich Krotz (European University Institute). More info
  • 30 January 2023 | Exploring 'Feminist' Foreign Policies. With Toni Haastrup (University of Stirling). More info
  • 06 February 2023 | Spatial Inequalities and Political Regionalism in African Countries. With Catherine Boone (London School of Economics). More info
  • 13 February 2023 | Pragmatist IR: Theory, Method, and the Case of the War on Terrorism. With Simon Frankel Pratt (University of Melbourne). More info
  • 20 February 2023 | Problems with Western Views of War. With Beatrice Heuser (University of Glasgow & General Staff College Hamburg). More info
  • 27 February 2023 | Collateral effects of the Russian invasion in the EU’s neighbourhood: Attitudinal change in Georgia. With Aron Buzogany (University of Natural Resources and Life Science Vienna). More info
  • 06 March 2023 | Cold War Triumphalism and Global Disorder since 1980. With Penny von Eschen (University of Virginia)* More info
  • 20 March 2023 | Industrialization and Assimilation. With Elliott Green (London School of Economics). More info 
  • 31 March 2023 | Power and conviction: Political dimensions of Christian missionary activity in Africa. With Borge Wietzke (IBEI). More info
  • 17 April 2023 | Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era. With Nina Hall (Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, Europe). More info
  • 24 April 2023 | Recognition Politics: Ethnic Conflict and Indigenous Rights in the Andes. With Lorenza Fontana (University of Glasgow). More info
  • 08 May 2023 | Streets under Siege: Protest Repression and Emergency Powers in Autocratizing Turkey. With Mert Arslanalp (Bogazici University). More info 
  • 15 May 2023 | How to study the politics of the everyday: Inspirations and lessons learned. With Linda Åhäll (University of Goteborg). More info
  • 22 May 2023 | Women’s Post-Conflict Resilience and Empowerment: Yezidi Women after the Last Firman. With Tutku Ayhan (IBEI). More info
  • 29 May 2023 | US-China Relations. With Todd Hall (University of Oxford)* More info
  • 19 June 2023 | Public encounters, 10 years on: Relational dynamics in-between and around citizens and public professionals. With Koen Bartels (University of Birmingham). More info

 

*These events are part of the Seminar Series on the US Foreign Policy, organised within the program on American politics and international security by Institut d’Estudis Nord-americans (IEN) and IBEI.