We are pleased to announce our second Ethics and World Politics seminar, which will be an ongoing forum for scholars to present, discuss and develop the latest work on the normative dimensions of world politics. It will take place on 16 January 2017, from 1.30 to 6pm at the School of Politics and International Relations, Queen Mary University of London, Ground Floor, France House, Westfield Way E1 4NP
This session will feature:
Prof Kimberly Hutchings (QMUL) on “Decolonising Just War Theory”
Dr David Karp (University of Sussex) on “What is the Responsibility to Respect Human Rights? A New Way Forward for the Respect-Protect-Fulfil Framework’”
Ms Ida Danewid (LSE) on “A Drowned Memory Space: the Politics of Mourning the Migrant Dead in Europe”
The seminar will kick off at 1.30PM and finish at 6.00PM, with a lunch provided at 1.00pm and refreshments during the session. There will also be a drinks reception after.
The event is organised in conjunction with the Theory Lab at QMUL and it is free thanks to the generous support of BISA, Millennium: Journal of International Studies and the School of Politics and International Relations at QMUL.
We would, however, ask that you contact us to register for the event, so we can plan for lunch and the drinks reception accordingly. You can register through Eventbrite here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ethics-and-world-politics-seminar-series-tickets-30256012548
BISA members who are postgraduate students or not in full-time employment are eligible to apply for a bursary to help cover travel costs. Please contact the organisers for details.
We look forward to seeing you in London. Please get in touch if you have any questions.