Category Archives: Conferences

ICE-LAW session at the Nordic Geographers conference, Stockholm

Tomorrow I head to Stockholm for the Nordic Geographers conference and my last talk of this academic year. I’ll be presenting as part of this session as part of the ICE-LAW project: ICE LAW Session 14:15 – 17:00, 19 June … Continue reading

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Legal Terrain – video of my London Review of International Law lecture

In February 2017 I gave the London Review of International Law annual lecture at SOAS under the title of ‘Legal Terrain: The Political Materiality of Territory’. The plan is for the written article to appear in the journal later this … Continue reading

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Cambridge Summer School, “The Practice of Social Theory”, 4-6 September 2017

Conveners: Jana Bacevic (University of Cambridge) and Mark Carrigan (The Sociological Review) Passionate about social theory? Want to learn more about how it is created? Interested in seeing theory being made, rather than just read or applied? Apply to the … Continue reading

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Clarence Glacken, Traces on the Rhodian Shore fifty years on at the RGS-IBG meeting

There is an interesting session coming up at the RGS-IBG meeting in London later this year: Clarence Glacken’s ‘Traces on the Rhodian Shore’ at 50: Nature, Culture and ‘Western Thought’ (1 September, 2.40pm) Organised by Philip Conway, it will be a … Continue reading

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Territory in Indeterminate and Changing Environments – Amsterdam, 12 May 2017

A reminder that the first workshop of the Territory sub-theme of the ICE-LAW Project, on Territory in Indeterminate and Changing Environments, will take place at the University of Amsterdam on Friday 12 May 2017. It will be held in the Bushuis, room … Continue reading

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London International Boundary Conference, 5-6 June 2017

London International Boundary Conference, 5-6 June 2017 – full details here. The London International Boundary Conference 2017 will take place on 5-6 June 2017 at King’s College London’s Strand campus, with Technical workshops being held on the mornings of 6-7 … Continue reading

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Christopher Watkin’s research hacks on conference presentations

Research hacks #14: 15 tips on planning and writing a conference paper Research hacks #15: Tips on delivering a conference paper Research hacks #16: 20 tips on timekeeping and technology for your conference presentation Research hacks #17: 15 tips on fielding … Continue reading

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The Early Foucault and the Politics of European Intellectual History – Amsterdam lecture, 31 May 2017

While visiting ACCESS Europe in Amsterdam, I’ll be giving this public lecture: “The Early Foucault and the Politics of European Intellectual History“, 31st May, 5pm This lecture by ACCESS EUROPE Visiting Scholar Stuart Elden reports on a project tracing the intellectual … Continue reading

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The End of Term 2

The Maynooth and Dublin events were the last of a sequence of talks. Over this term I also gave talks in London (SOAS, IHR, British Library), Durham, Oslo, and Kingston. Often invitations grew after acceptance – come to give a seminar, but also … Continue reading

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CfP – Imaginaries of Connectivity and the Creation of Novel Spaces of Governance

CfP – Imaginaries of Connectivity and the Creation of Novel Spaces of Governance 2-3 November 2017, University of Groningen Annual workshop on Modes of Reasoning of the Chair Group on History and Theory of International Relations Keynote speaker Ricardo Padrón, … Continue reading

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