Politics and International Studies Departmental Seminars
Dr. Amber Murrey
Thomas Sankara was one of the most confident and vocal anti-imperialists of the late 20th Century. His life and political praxis continue to be influential in shaping anti-imperial and Pan-African resistance across the African continent, including the protests across Burkina Faso in late October 2014.
Dr. Mark Laffey
In this paper Dr. Mark Laffey explores the relations between urban and rural in China, highlighting the continuing centrality of the peasantry to the constitution of the Chinese state.24 February 2016, Russell Square: College Buildings, 4426, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Professor Daniel Nexon
In this paper, we intervene in this debate by scrutinizing a particular process, in which an outside or liminal actor successfully establishes system-wide domination—thereby transforming a previously anarchical system into a hegemonic or imperial order.9 March 2016, Russell Square: College Buildings, 4426, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Dr. Hagar Kotef
This Seminar has been cancelled.
Hagar Kotef will focus in this talk on the (im)possibility of stability and the production of home and political belonging in contexts of settler colonialism, focusing on Israel/Palestine.16 March 2016, Russell Square: College Buildings, 4426, 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM