Seminar with Salvatore Palidda: Governance of Security and Ignored Insecurities in Contemporary Europe

Salvatore Palidda (University of Genova) and Didier Bigo (KCL and Sciences-Po Paris) Monday 6th June 2016, 5pm, K0.17, King's Building, Strand Campus In this small seminar, Prof. Salvatore Palidda will be exploring some aspects of his latest edited volume, Governance of Security and Ignored Insecurities in Contemporary Europe (Routledge 2016) in conversation with Prof. Didier… Continue reading Seminar with Salvatore Palidda: Governance of Security and Ignored Insecurities in Contemporary Europe

The field of Eurocracy

Conference with Prof. Didier Georgakakis 6 May, 3:30 – 5:30pm, K2.31 Nash Lecture Theatre, 2nd Floor King’s Building, Strand Campus The Research Centre for International Relations (RCIR) is delighted to host Prof. Georgakakis (Université Paris - la Sorbonne) who will deliver a talk on the field of Eurocracy. This event is organised in the framework… Continue reading The field of Eurocracy

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

Why Colombia recycles its wars? Maria Teresa Ronderos talk at RCIR

22nd of January from 2pm - 3.30pm. King's College London, Waterloo Campus, Franklin Wilking Building, Room 75, ground floor. Maria Teresa Ronderos will be presenting her book at RCIR, focusing on the question of why Colombia recycles its wars. The book, Guerras Recicladas, is a history of the paramilitary in Colombia that seeks to answer… Continue reading Why Colombia recycles its wars? Maria Teresa Ronderos talk at RCIR

RCIR Debate on Theory and Methods in IR

The RCIR is hosting a debate on the 'methods turn' and its implications for theorising 'the international'. The first piece is provided by Professor Anna Leander of the Copenhagen Business School, and emerges from a Roundtable held in the Department of War Studies, King's College London, and including Claudia Aradau, Didier Bigo, Vivienne Jabri, Anna… Continue reading RCIR Debate on Theory and Methods in IR