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
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.