Part two of the Post-Structural Politics Working Group interview series
Introducing the Post-Structural Politics Interview Series: Martin Coward on Network Metaphors, Atmospheric Assemblages
Part one of the Post-Structural Politics Working Group interview series
A summary of the 'Legality and legitimacy of INGOs workshop with links to the annual reports.
Details of the CPD Group's 2016 annual workshop and event reflections from Robin Dunford.
An in depth look at the papers and findings presented during the 2016 workshop.
Following the 2015 CPD group workshop, Shabnam Holliday discusses the term subaltern and its use.
Event reflections from the CPD Group's 2015 annual workshop.
A review of the NGOs in global governance workshop at City University.
The CPD Group sponsored a workshop as part of the 40th anniversary of BISA celebrations.
A mentoring workshop with senior scholars in the field focused around providing a space for advice.
Philipp Lottholz (University of Birmingham) organised a roundtable which took place in May 2015.
Images of the face are striking, whether they are snapshots or carefully composed portraits. What is it that makes these images so powerful?
The CPD Working Group sponsored a PhD student to attend the Decolonial Summer School in Netherlands.
Amber Murrey discusses the term 'decolonisation' following the CPD Group's 2014 workshop.
A review of our 2014 workshop held jointly with the Development Studies Association (DSA).
A review of the NGO legitimacy and accountability workshop 2013.
The Colonial/Postcolonial/Decolonial (CPD) Working Group's constitution.
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