Gregynog Ideas Lab VI Summer School, 10-15 July 2017

Gregynog Ideas Lab VI Summer School 

We are delighted to be able to announce that the Gregynog Ideas Lab VI will take place from 10 – 15 July 2017 in Newtown, Wales, UK. Set up in 2012, the Gregynog Ideas Lab is a unique opportunity for graduate students and academics working in international politics from a range of critical, postcolonial, feminist, post-structural and psychoanalytic traditions to re-examine their own work and meet new people in an open space for thinking and generating new ideas. It offers guest professor seminars, round table discussions, methodology workshops, artist talks and one-to-one tutorials with the guest professors. For more information, please see the documents attached.

Provisionally, our guest professors for 2017 are: Andrew Davison (Vassar), Jenny Edkins (Aberystwyth), Tom Lundborg (Swedish Institute of International Affairs), Himadeep Muppidi (Vassar), Sam Okoth Opondo (Vassar), Michael J Shapiro (Hawaii), Erzsebet Strausz (Warwick), Rob Walker (Victoria) and Andreja Zevnik (Manchester).

There is a reduced rate for bookings received before 31 January.

For more information about the Ideas Lab, visit our blog at http://gregynog.blogspot.co.uk/ , join our facebook group at  https://www.facebook.com/groups/675435315871900/  or email the organisers, Andreja Zevnik and Erzsebet Strausz on gregynogideaslab@gmail.com

If you would like to hear more about what it is like to attend the summer school from a participant’s point of view please free to email Muriel at muriel.bruttin@unil.ch, who would be happy to share her experience.

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