Peace and International Politics Research Group
The Peace and International Politics (PIP) research group convenes approximately once a month. The disciplinary home of the research group is the intersection of International Relations and Peace Research broadly conceived, and we discuss and read theoretical as well as empirical work.
Members of the PIP research group take part in research projects on a broad range of issues related to ontological security, diplomacy, political theory, conflict analysis, ethics, war, peacebuilding, security, reconciliation, identity, conflict resolution, gender and peace negotiations.
The researchers focus both on global patterns as well as regions and countries, such as the Balkans, Asia, the European Union, South America, the Middle East and Europe.
If you want to be on the mailing list of the PIP-group, please contact Ted Svensson, Lisa Strömbom or Isabel Bramsen.
- Lisa Strömbom <lisa [dot] strombom [at] svet [dot] lu [dot] se (lisa[dot]strombom[at]svet[dot]lu[dot]se)>
- Isabel Bramsen <isabel [dot] bramsen [at] svet [dot] lu [dot] se (isabel[dot]bramsen[at]svet[dot]lu[dot]se)>
- Ted Svensson <ted [dot] svensson [at] svet [dot] lu [dot] se (ted[dot]svensson[at]svet[dot]lu[dot]se)> (convener for this semester)
- Abdelmoez, Joel
- Aggestam, Karin
- Agnese Pacciardi
- Altermark, Niklas
- Anctil, Priscyll
- Bartelson, Jens
- Bergman Rosamond, Annika
- Bexell, Magdalena
- Björkdahl, Annika
- Bramsen, Isabel (Convenor)
- Breiding, Malte
- Canavan, Jana
- De Leeuw, Georgia
- Hall, Martin
- Hedlund, Elsa
- Hedlund, Maria
- Holdo, Markus
- Kalm, Sara
- Larsson, Fredrika
- Liebsch, Juliane
- Lorentzen, Jenny
- Magalhaes Teixeira, Barbara
- Manners, Ian
- Morales, Maria
- Nicoson, Christie
- Nitzschner, Patrick
- Sjöstedt, Roxanna
- Stattin, Simon
- Stein, Anne Lene
- Stissing Jensen, Marie
- Strömbom, Lisa (Convenor)
- Strömvik, Maria
- Svensson, Ted (Convenor)
- Vetle Handeland, Lars
- Viksand, Sindre
- Samia Walid, 'Fighting Is the Cure for Pain': Women’s Rights in Afghanistan Two Years after the Taliban Take-Over.
15 September, noon-1.30 pm. Venue: Ed366. Co-organised with SASNET.
- Isabel Bramsen (Lund University), PEACE: Platforms Enabling Agonistic, Continuous Engagement.
3 October, noon-1 pm. Venue: Ed366.
- Bart Klem (Gothenburg University), Performing Sovereign Aspirations: Tamil Insurgency and Postwar Transition in Sri Lanka.
30 November, noon-1 pm. Venue: Ed366. Co-organised with SASNET
Location: Lux Aura Nedre
October 25, 12-13.15: Christie Nicoson (LU): Envisioning peaceful utopias: a phenomenological study of feminist ethics of care in climate transformation
Christie Nicoson is PhD student at Lund University. She will present her paper “Envisioning peaceful utopias: a phenomenological study of feminist ethics of care in climate transformation” followed by discussion with participants.
November 14, 12.45-14.00: Ida Marie Vammen (DIIS): Soft migration governance in West Africa: Rebranding migration and framing new beginnings to stop unwanted migration
Ida Marie Vammen is post.doc at Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS). She will present her paper “Soft migration governance in West Africa: Rebranding migration and framing new beginnings to stop unwanted migration” followed by discussion with participants.
November 24-25 GPT/PCR group retreat
December 1, 12-13.15: Peace and Conflict Research Group: ‘Diplomatic Representation and Online/Offline Interactions: Multilateralism on and from Social Media?’ – Elsa Hedling
Schedule, Autumn 2022
28 October, 13.15-14.30 (Ed367)
Richard Georgi (University of Gothenburg), Peace that Antagonises: Reading Colombia’s Peace Process as Hegemonic Crisis.
Research retreat together with the Peace and Conflict research group.
15 December, 13.15-14.30 (Ed367)
At this seminar two papers presenting takes on international identity politics are presented, followed by a joint discussion on themes emerging from the papers. First Karl Gustavsson (Stockholm University) will present his and Maria Malksoo´s (Copenhagen university) paper ‘Memory politics as the continuation of deterrence by other means: Evidence from Russia and China’. This will be followed by a presentation by Lisa Strömbom of her and Alexei Tsinovoi’s (Aarhus University) paper on ‘Twitter Responses to International (Mis-)Recognition: The US Embassy Move and the Abraham Accords’.
Schedule, Spring 2022
17 March, 13-14.30 (Ed367)
Jonathan Luke Austin (Copenhagen University), Seeing All Evil: The Global Cruelty of Digital Visibility.
5 April, 13-14.30 (Ed222B)
Akos Kopper (visiting researcher, Lund University), Is Chess a Fitting or Misleading Metaphor for International Relations?
28 April, 13-14.30 (Ed367)
Isabel Bramsen (Lund University), The Micro-Sociology of Diplomacy.