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Global Political Thought

The Global Political Thought research group convenes approximately once a month. The disciplinary home of the research group is the intersection of International Relations and Political Theory broadly conceived, and we discuss and read theoretical as well as empirical work.

If you want to be on the mailing list of the GPT-group, please contact Ted Svensson.

E-mail: Ted [dot] svensson [at] svet [dot] lu [dot] se


 

Upcoming events: Brown Bag Lunches

 

Schedule, Spring 2021

11 March, 12-13.30  
Dmitry Chernobrov (The University of Sheffield), Public Perception of International Crises: Identity, Ontological Security and Self-Affirmation. [Co-arranged with the Political Psychology research group.]

6 April, 12-13  
Alexei Tsinovoi (Lund University), In the Eye of the Twitter Storm: The Technopolitics of Recognition and Visibility in the Remediation of the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest.
 

22 April, 12-13
Patrick Nitzschner (Lund University), A Presence which Goes without Saying? The Jargon of Discourse in Critical International Relations.

3 May, 12.15-13.30
Ian Manners (Lund University), Tomorrowland: Critical Social Theory of Planetary Politics. (Co-arranged with the Environmental Politics Research Group).

6 May, 14.00-15.30  
Jennifer Mitzen and Minseon Ku (Ohio State University), Trusting Anarchy: Summits and the Production of State Personhood. (Co-arranged with the Political Psychology research group.)

CANCELLED: 27 May, 12-13.30  
Charlotte Epstein (The University of Sydney), Birth of the State: The Place of the Body in Crafting
Modern Politics.. (C
o-arranged with the Political Psychology research group.)