Bringing the Personal (Back) In

Author: Hannah Goozee This reflexive blog post considers what happens if we, as researchers, listen to our emotions. Drawing on six months of research in South Africa, I reflect on two emotional moments I experienced and consider what they reveal about my role and responsibility as a researcher. “And so it begins. I land in… Continue reading Bringing the Personal (Back) In

The Ethics of Solidarity, Community and Care

Author: Leonie Ansems de Vries I am very happy to introduce this short blog series on The Ethics of Solidarity, Community and Care, which is part of the International Relations and Ethics theme contribution to the School of Security Studies Virtual Research Conference on Global Shocks. In addition to the blog series, IR and Ethics… Continue reading The Ethics of Solidarity, Community and Care

Call for Papers WAR FOR PRESENCE: ART, CONFLICT AND IDENTITY AT THE ART-IR NEXUS

A one-day interdisciplinary workshop exploring the crossover between IR and Art History, common concerns, and interdisciplinary advances with a view to establish a productive conceptual, methodological and analytical agenda for IR and Art Historical research. With the support of the BISA Poststructural Politics Working Group.   30th June 2018; Department of War Studies, King’s College… Continue reading Call for Papers WAR FOR PRESENCE: ART, CONFLICT AND IDENTITY AT THE ART-IR NEXUS

Book (re)launch: The Reason of States

With an introductory talk by Prof James Mayall on the "Ambiguous Legacy of Liberal Empire", chaired by Prof Mervyn Frost. Wednesday 24 February 2016, 5-7pm, War Studies Meeting Room (K6.07), Department of War Studies, King's College London In 1974, before there was any such thing as 'the English School', Michael Donelan convened the International Political Theory… Continue reading Book (re)launch: The Reason of States

SOURCE and DTC Special Workshop on Creating and Managing Data

Methods workshop, 6 May, 10am-3pm, 2.21 Waterloo Bridge Wing, Waterloo Campus For students who are interested in building a database, this special session will present an online, open-access and user-friendly environment to design, create, structure and manage rich datasets. For students who have followed the DTC-course on Visualising Security, this special session will tackle the… Continue reading SOURCE and DTC Special Workshop on Creating and Managing Data