Centre for European and International Studies Research

Events

CEISR Research Seminars

All seminars held on Tuesdays, 5.00 - 6.30pm, in Dennis Sciama Building (room DS1.12), except where indicated.

09/01/2018 - Material demands, mourning and memorialisation in a post-colonial context: Algeria after 1962

Natalya Vince, University of Portsmouth

16/01/2018 - ANNUAL LECTURE - The Deserving Poor: Colonial Genealogies from Abolition to Brexit

Robbie Shilliam, Queen Mary, University of London
Park Building 3.01

17/01/2018, 4:00-5:30pm - The 1924 Pageant of Empire: Modernity, spectacle and re-imagining space

Deborah Suggs-Ryan (University of Portsmouth)
Burnaby Building 1.25

30/01/2018 - ‘The Translator’: A performance of language and intercultural research for public education and solidarity

Lou Harvey, University of Leeds

06/02/2018 - Data Justice: understanding datafication in relation to social justice

Lina Dencik, Cardiff University

14/02/2018, 3:30-5:00pm - ‘A Glass Half Full?’: Women’s history in the UK

June Purvis (University of Portsmouth)
Burnaby Building 1.25

20/02/2018 - Drivers and Regional Responses to Violent Extremism in Africa

Jide Okeke, UNDP Oslo Governance Centre / Visiting Fellow, University of Portsmouth

27/02/2018 - The Idea of Austerity in British Politics, 2003–2013

Nick Anstead, London School of Economics

13/03/2018 - Making value judgements and sometimes making money: independent publishing in the 21st Century cancelled

Simon Stewart, University of Portsmouth

14/03/2018, 3:30-5:00pm - ‘“On Her Majesty’s Ship:” Nineteenth Century Black Activism in Portsmouth

Hannah-Rose Murray (University of Nottingham)
Burnaby Building 1.25

20/03/2018 - Rival Exceptionalisms: Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire on the cusp of statehood and the “Défi de ’57”

Elisa Prosperetti, Princeton University 

27/03/2018 - Hero or Villain? Rwanda in the policy space

Ben Shepherd, Chatham House
DS 1.09

16/05/2018, 3:30-5:00pm - Convict workers in Britain’s Imperial Dockyards

Katy Roscoe (Institute of Historical Research)

16/10/2018, 5-6.30pm - 'Beyond Boko Haram: Writing the History of a Region in Conflict'

Dr Vincent Hiribarren (Kings College London)


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