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Department of Politics and International Studies

Mr Peter Brett

BA History with French (UCL), MSc African Politics (SOAS)

Overview

Peter Brett
Department of Politics and International Studies

Tutor

Name:
Mr Peter Brett
Email address:
Address:
SOAS, University of London
Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG
Building:
Russell Square: College Buildings
Thesis title:
The Judicialisation of Politics in Southern Africa
Website:
http://cedep.academia.edu/PeterBrett

PhD Publications

PhD Conferences

  • 'The politics of international judicialisation' paper co-authored with Line Gissel (University of Aarhus) and delivered at annual conference of European Consortium for Political Research, Bordeaux, September 2013
  • 'The judicialisation of politics and judicial threat in southern Africa' paper delivered at biennial European Conference of African Studies, Lisbon, June 2013
  • ''Lawyer's work' and the pitfalls of transformative justice' paper delivered at biennial African Studies Association UK Conference, Leeds, September 2012
  • 'International Lawyers: IR theorists and practitioners', paper delivered at 'Out of the Ivory Tower', annual conference of Millennium: Journal of International Studies at LSE on October 22nd 2011
  • 'Media (new and old) and the transnational governance of African public spheres', paper delivered at  'New Media: Alternative Politics' conference at University of Cambridge October 15th 2010
  • 'Legal implications of reparations', paper delivered at Postcolonial Europe? A panel debate at the Cambridge University Modern History Faculty seminar, 6th May 2014

Research

Political science of Africa, socio-legal studies, political theory, historical approaches to international relations.