This one-day workshop will bring together scholars who work on emotions and/or ethics in world politics to explore the intersections of these fields within their work. In so doing, it carves out an innovative and creative space for otherwise neglected and overlooked discussions that emerge when related but distinct academic discourses are placed in conversation:
- Is it true, for example, that the most widely used traditions of global ethics neglect emotions in their theorisations of the world?
- What methodological, empirical or conceptual tensions or puzzles arise between ethics and emotions research?
- How do emotions and ethical-political debates intersect with one another in our analyses of historical and contemporary political issues?
- How do we experience emotions and/or ethics at play in fieldwork, in the classroom or within our own scholarship and research?
Registration will open once the paper submission deadline has passed. View the call for papers.