Do physical libraries matter now that ‘we can Google everything’? What about information literacy?
Showcasing new research on norms, symbols and structures of power in global nuclear politics.
Joint event: BISA and PSA - What did you want to know about online teaching but were afraid to ask? Q&A/ask the experts
Ask questions about online teaching, module design and production leading up to the start of term.
Whether and when a lecture is the appropriate teaching tool, asynchronous v synchronous and more.
From diplomats to policymakers to specialists, find out what opportunities there are for you in HMG.
Helen Williams on teaching statistical analysis through blended learning. Tips, tricks and prep.
How to encourage student participation in online seminars/tutorials, what to avoid and expect.
Debates around populist movements and authoritarian governments in contemporary world politics.
Panels providing novel approaches to central questions of governance, identity and difference.
A discussion about Cloud Ethics by Louise Amoore, and a meeting between the author and her critics.
A one-day conference on politics in sub-Saharan Africa through an examination of public architecture
Experts in the field analyse the Responsibility to Protect in the context of a changing world order.
Contemporary memory politics, its contestation, and memory activism within south-east Europe.
Four recently published, cutting-edge books on International Political Theory.
This event seeks to (re)imagine new and innovative visions of world order.
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