Content from Interpretivism in International Relations (IIR) working group
Interpretivism in International Relations (IIR)
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The Interpretivism in International Relations (IIR) BISA Working Group was formed in 2012 and offers a forum within which scholars and research students in International Relations, Politics, History, Law, Sociology, and cognate disciplines can meet to discuss their ideas, present their work, and contribute to joint publications. Our core objective is to support and advance conversations about how to ‘interpret’ world politics in its various manifestations.
News and analysis
Translation in/of world politics: Language, practices, power
Call for papers - Translation in/of world politics: Language, practices, power
Call for papers - Concepts and post-communist identities: the power of perspective
Call for papers: Workshop on narrating IR - exploring narrative as concept and method
Call for papers: Narrating Russian and Eurasian security
Call for papers: Identity in international relations
Call for papers: 2017 BISA annual conference
Curating and re-curating the American wars in Vietnam and Iraq
Affect, embodiment and the curation of war: reconciling remembrance and social justice
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