Call for Papers: 13th Aberystwyth Lancaster Graduate Colloquium, 27 – 29 May 2015, Aberystwyth University

Call for Papers: 13th Aberystwyth Lancaster Graduate Colloquium, 27 – 29 May 2015, Aberystwyth University

Confirmed Participants:
Jenny Edkins (Aberystwyth) Nick Vaughan-Williams (Warwick)

Established in 2002, the Aberystwyth Lancaster Graduate Colloquium (ALGC) has established itself as the UK’s leading forum for critical approaches to international politics. It brings together students and leading scholars from a variety of critical approaches to the international, such a poststructuralism, postcolonialism, feminism and Marxism. Open to graduate students in all stages of their research from various disciplines, such as politics, geography, history, sociology, cultural studies and so on, in all stages of their research, the colloquium provides a friendly environment for young scholars to present their ideas and receive feedback on their research from their peers and from established scholars.

This year’s colloquium aims to cross disciplinary boundaries, offering panel presentations and key note addresses from leading academics in several disciplines, as well as workshops on critical methodologies by leading scholars in various fields.

We are inviting abstracts of no more than 200 words to be submitted by 28 February, to be sent to algc2015@aber.ac.uk

Please include email address, institutional affiliation, and year of study.

Organisers: Lydia Cole, Yvonne Rinkart, Prithvi Hirani

Supported by the Critical and Cultural Politics Research Group (CCP) and Aberystwyth PostInternational Group (APIG)

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