Politics @ BISA 2017

Come along to Politics' panel on ‘post intervention’.

Are you attending the British International Studies Association‘s 42nd Annual Conference in Brighton?

Head along to the Politics sponsored panel on Wednesday afternoon!

‘Post’ Interventions: Postcoloniality, Poststructuralism and Questions of ‘After’ in World Politics

  • Chair: Martin Coward, University of Manchester
  • Good Faith and (Dis)honest Mistakes? Learning from Britain’s Iraq War Inquiry” – Owen D. Thomas, University of Exeter
  • “Rendering Afghanistan Legible: Borders, Frontiers and the ‘State’ of Afghanistan” – Nivi Manchanda, University of Cambridge
  • “Financial Governance ‘After’ Crisis: On the Liminality of the Global Financial Crisis and it’s ‘Afterwards’, Through a Gender Lens” – Penny Griffin, University of New South Wales
  • Crisis as Dislocation in World Politics” – Dirk Nabers, KUIPS – Kiel University

Day: Wednesday 14th June

Time: 15:30-17:00

Room: Renaissance Suite

The panel is based our around Politics‘ ‘post intervention’ special section, due for publication later this year.

Two articles from the special section are available now: “Crisis as dislocation in global politics” by Dirk Nabers, and “Good faith and (dis)honest mistakes? Learning from Britain’s Iraq War Inquiry” by Owen D Thomas.

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