BISA 2021 conference - Forget International Studies?

Europe/London
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Welcome to the event management area for #BISA2021. We're looking forward to welcoming you to our virtual conference.

    • 09:00 10:30
      Roundtable / (un)Disciplined Subjects: Questioning IR and Academia Room 8
      Sponsor: Gendering International Relations Working Group
      Chair: Andrew Delatolla (University of Leeds)
      Participants: Ali Bilgic (Loughborough University) , Swati Parashar (University of Gothenburg) , Toni Haastrup (University of Stirling) , Andrew Delatolla (The American University in Cairo) , Cai Wilkinson (Deakin University)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / Between the politics and poetics of IR knowledge production Room 1
      Sponsor: Colonial, Postcolonial and Decolonial Working Group
      Convener: Sharri Plonski (Queen Mary University of London)
      Chair: Jenna Marshall (Universität Kassel)
      • Coloniality of knowledge production and instrumentalisation of positionality
        Authors: Jasmine Gani (University of St Andrews) , Rabea Khan (University of St Andrews)
      • Narrating Singularities?: De-colonising IR through Indigenous Knowledge Systems
        Author: Ananya Sharma (ASHOKA UNIVERSITY)
      • Decolonising Politics Curricula: An evaluation of how race- and colonial-related themes and thinkers are represented within Politics curricula.
        Author: Siobhan O'Neill (University of Manchester)
      • Race and Global Democracy
        Author: Kavi Abraham (School of Government and IR, Durham University)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / Challenges to European Security Room 6
      Sponsor: European Security Working Group
      Convener: Andrew Cottey (University College Cork)
      Chair: Andrew Cottey (University College Cork)
      Discussant: Antonia Niehuss (University of St Andrews)
      • The other side of the coin? Contesting security: Multiple modalities, atypical security actors and the security-migration nexus in Scotland
        Author: Ian Paterson (University of Glasgow)
      • Judeo-Christian civilizationism: a new challenge to common European foreign policy
        Author: Toby Greene (Bar Ilan University)
      • Revisiting NATO’s endurance: A sociological exploration of the post-9/11 Euro-Atlantic counterterrorism
        Author: Julien Pomarède (Université libre de Bruxelles)
      • Transatlantic e-evidence sharing and data protection: a conlficting vision or functional cooperation?
        Author: Dimitrios Anagnostakis (University of Aberdeen)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / Critical Approaches to Extreme Right Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism. Room 2
      Sponsor: Critical Studies on Terrorism Working Group
      Conveners: Alice Martini , Raquel da Silva (ISCTE) , Tom Pettinger (Warwick University)
      Chair: Tom Pettinger (Warwick University)
      Discussant: Lee Jarvis (University of East Anglia)
      • Countering Far-Right threat through Britishness: The Prevent Duty in Further Education
        Author: Natalie James (The University of Leeds)
      • How has extreme right violence been criminalised in contemporary Portugal?
        Authors: Raquel da Silva (ISCTE) , Mariana Barbosa (UCP) , Cátia Carvalho (Universidade do Porto) , João Paulo Ventura (Polícia Judiciária)
      • Bringing misogyny into the study of far-right terrorism
        Author: Caron Gentry (St Andrews University)
      • Extremism is what we make of it!: the normalized and banal extremism of Spanish Far Right
        Authors: Laura Fernández de Mosteyrín (UNED) , Alice Martini
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / Emotions, temporality and affect Room 3
      Sponsor: Emotions in Politics and International Relations Working Group
      Convener: Clara Eroukhmanoff (LSBU)
      Chair: Clara Eroukhmanoff (LSBU)
      • Resistance, Solidarity and Memory: How wounded bodies affected the East Timorese struggle for independence.
        Author: Marcelle Trote Martins (The University of Manchester)
      • #JeSuisToujoursCharlie: Sharing time and emotion after terror attacks
        Author: Emma Connolly (Open University)
      • Uncertainty, emotion, and self-idealisation in public perception of international crises
        Author: Dmitry Chernobrov (University of Sheffield)
      • Contestatory frames in nuclear politics: emotions and the emergence of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons.
        Author: Carolina Pantoliano Panico (University of Auckland)
      • Subjects of Quantum Measurement: Bodies, Affect and Surveillance in the Age of Terror
        Author: Italo Brandimarte (University of Cambridge)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / Hegel / Hegelianism and Ethics in IR Room 5
      Sponsor: Ethics and World Politics Working Group
      Conveners: David J. Karp (University of Sussex) , Seán Molloy (University of Kent)
      Chair: Susan Murphy (Trinity College Dublin)
      • 'The Responsibility to 'Respect' Human Rights: Rethinking Virtue Ethics and the Self/Other Relationship.’
        Author: David J. Karp (University of Sussex)
      • , ‘Hegel, Schmitt, and International Studies: Understanding State and Society of the Future through the Philosophical Pasts of Continental Thought.'
        Author: Zoi Vardanika (Independent Scholar)
      • ‘Absolute Freedom and Terror’: Notes Neoliberalism’s Globalised Authoritarian Legacy
        Author: Tarik Kochi (University of Sussex)
      • ‘G.W.F. Hegel, E.H. Carr and the Development of Realist Ethics.’
        Author: Seán Molloy (University of Kent)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / Reorienting the politics of climate change vulnerability Room 4
      Sponsor: Environment Working Group
      Conveners: Matthew Paterson (University of Manchester) , Charlotte Weatherill (University of Manchester)
      Chair: Matthew Paterson (University of Manchester)
      • The Political Economy of Climate Change Vulnerability in Indonesia: Identifying Who are Vulnerable and Why in Adaptation Context
        Author: Stanislaus Risadi Apresian (University of Leeds/Parahyangan Catholic University)
      • Stories of heroes and villains: lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic for politicizing climate change vulnerability
        Author: Magdalena Rodekirchen (University of Manchester)
      • The instrumentalization of vulnerability through the gaze from nowhere
        Author: Johanna Tunn (Technical University Berlin)
      • Islanding Climate Change Vulnerability
        Author: Charlotte Weatherill (University of Manchester)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / Understanding Foreign Policy making within Area Studies Room 7
      Sponsor: Foreign Policy Working Group
      Convener: MARIANNA Charountaki (University of Lincoln)
      Chair: Karen E. Smith (LSE)
      Discussant: James Strong (Queen Mary University of London)
      • Institutionalising Foreign policy making between non-state actors: A comparative approach in the EU- Kurdish relations
        Author: MARIANNA Charountaki (University of Lincoln)
      • Developing an AU foreign policy: pan-Africanism in international affairs
        Authors: LESLEY MASTERS (University of Derby) , Chris Landsberg (University of Johannesburg)* , Sandile Moloi (University of Johannesburg)*
      • Hybrid Governance and Non-State Actors in Singapore Foreign Policy
        Author: Simon Obendorf (University of Lincoln)
      • Hybrid Warfare and Private Military Companies from Blackwater to Sadat
        Author: Vassilis Kappis (BUCSIS)
      • The EU as a Benign Hegemon in Relations with Its Neighbours? Between Voluntary Submission and Mitigation of Power in the European Neighbourhood Policy
        Authors: Marcin Zubek (Jagiellonian University) , Magdalena Gora (Jagiellonian University)*
    • 11:00 12:30
      Roundtable / 'Jurisdictional Accumulation: an early modern history of law, empires, and capital' book launch Room 3
      Sponsor: Historical Sociology and International Relations Working Group
      Chair: Clemens Hoffmann (University of stirling)
      Participants: Benno Teschke (University of Sussex) , Maia Pal (Oxford Brookes University) , Kelly-Jo Bluen (LSE) , Julia Costa Lopez (University of Groningen) , Edward Keene (University of Oxford) , Yassin Brunger (Queens University Belfast)
    • 11:00 12:30
      Roundtable / Anti-genderism – from the everyday to the geopolitical Room 2
      Sponsor: Gendering International Relations Working Group
      Chair: Ali Bilgic (Loughborough University)
      Participants: Pragya Rai (Loughborough University) , Catarina Kinnvall (Lund University) , Clara Eroukhmanoff (LSBU) , Khushi Singh Rathore (Jawaharlal Nehru University) , Hannah Partis-Jennings (Loughborough University) , Annika Bergman Rosamond (Lund University)
    • 11:00 12:30
      Panel / Human Rights and Art: Understanding Violations and Facilitating Change Room 9
      Sponsor: Emotions in Politics and International Relations Working Group
      Convener: Eliza Garnsey (University of Cambridge)
      Chair: Elspeth Van Veeren (University of Bristol)
      • In the Wake of Destruction: Art in the Aftermath of Mexico City’s 2019 Feminist Protests
        Author: Tania Islas Weinstein (McGill University)
      • Art as Guarantees non Repetition: Examples from Colombia
        Author: Tatiana Fernández-Maya (University of New South Wales)
      • Holding Cultural Institutions Accountable
        Author: Konstantinos Pittas (University of Cambridge)
      • The Right(s) to Remain: Art, Asylum, and Political Representation in Australia
        Author: Eliza Garnsey (University of Cambridge)
    • 11:00 12:30
      Panel / Metaphors in International Security Room 8
      Sponsor: Interpretivism in International Relations Working Group
      Conveners: Emil Archambault (School of Government and International Affairs, University of Durham) , Johanna Rodehau-Noack (London School of Economics and Political Science)
      Chair: Natalie Jester (University of Gloucestershire)
      • War as Disease: Bio-medical Metaphors in Prevention Discourse
        Author: Johanna Rodehau-Noack (London School of Economics and Political Science)
      • War as Sport: Fairness, Reciprocity, and Skill in Contemporary War
        Author: Emil Archambault (School of Government and International Affairs, University of Durham)
      • ‘Poppy War’: Military-masculine Hierarchies, Ontological Insecurity and Vicarious Identification during the 2016 FIFA Poppy Controversy
        Author: Joseph Haigh (University of Warwick)
      • Seeing like a Computer: Cybernetic Metaphors and their Impact on Political and Ethical Practices Today
        Author: Elke Schwarz (Queen Mary, University of London)
      • Simple slogans are deep: Nation-branding and the legitimation of political regimes
        Authors: Desatova Petra (University of Copenhagen) , Kristin Eggeling (Copenhagen University)*
    • 11:00 12:30
      Panel / New approaches to the global dimensions of (local) politics and conflict in Africa Room 1
      Sponsor: Africa and International Studies Working Group
      Convener: AISG Working group
      Chair: Peter Brett (Politics and International Relations - Queen Mary)
      • Rethinking the rationality behind counterterrorism: A Qualitative Case study of Boko Haram in Nigeria
        Author: Tarela Juliet Ike (Teesside University )
      • FROM KEEPING TO MAKING AT TWO AFRICAN GATES: THE INTERNATIONAL POLITICS OF AIRPORTS IN ETHIOPIA AND GHANA
        Author: Joanne Tomkinson (SOAS, University of London)
      • What determines Trust in Post-Conflict Police? Evidence from Latin American and African countries
        Authors: Nadine Ansorg (University of Kent) , Irrazabal Lobos (University of Kent)
      • Using Participatory Video as a Tool for Knowledge Production: Women and Oil Conflict in the Niger Delta
        Author: Zainab Mai-Bornu (Coventry University)
    • 11:00 12:30
      Panel / Political mobilisation, youth and women’s activism and new democratic politics in the southern Mediterranean, Middle East and its Diasporas Room 7
      Sponsor: International Studies of the Mediterranean, Middle East & Asia Working Group
      Convener: Jessica Northey (Coventry University)
      Chair: Omer Tekdemir (Coventry University )
      Discussant: Zahia Smail Salhi (Manchester University )
      • Political Engagement of Algerian Women in the Diaspora during the Hirak Movement
        Author: Meryem Abdelhafid ( Coventry University)
      • Imagining a new political space: the power of youth and peaceful protest in Algeria
        Authors: Jessica Northey (Coventry University) , Adel Chiheb (Jijel University Algeria)
      • Urban Political Mobilisation and Activating Amman’s Public Space in Pursuit of a Just City
        Author: Rana Aytug (Coventry University)
      • Migration and social transformation: Algerian Diaspora Responses to COVID19
        Author: Latefa Guemar (University of East London)
    • 11:00 12:30
      Panel / Securitisation of migrants and refugees in Europe from a political and ethical point of view Room 5
      Sponsor: International Politics of Migration, Refugees and Diaspora Working Group
      Convener: Christian Kaunert (University of South Wales)
      Chair: Christian Kaunert (University of South Wales)
      • Is Covid-19 a Critical Juncture in International Migration Governance?
        Authors: Maria Koinova (University of Warwick) , Marianne H Marchand (University of Americas, Puebla)* , Fakhoury Tamirace (Sciences Po/Lebanese American University)*
      • The securitisation of COVID-19 pandemic - Human biosecurity, new nationalisms and the challenges to EU migration agenda
        Authors: Joana Deus Pereira (University of South Wales) , Christian Kaunert (University of South Wales)*
      • Whose security? EU’s biometricised governance regime
        Authors: FOTEINI KALANTZI (University of Oxford) , Myriam Fotou (University of Leicester)
      • Securitising Refugees in the UK: the 1930s and 40s
        Author: Andrea Hammel (Aberystwyth University)
    • 11:00 12:30
      Panel / Something old something new: conceptual thinking as a way to push IR intellectual boundaries Room 6
      Sponsor: International Relations as a Social Science Working Group
      Convener: Audrey Alejandro (London School of Economics and Political Science)
      Chair: Alexander Hoseason (Aston University)
      • Concepts as Discursive Constructs in International Studies: The Case of Sharp Power
        Author: Eyup Ersoy (Ahi Evran University)
      • World-making as an intellectual practice: multiplying the ontologies of the international by thinking through contemplative activism
        Author: Suzanne Klein Schaarsberg (Aberystwyth University)
      • Bringing Gramsci back in: hegemony and the sociology of IR
        Author: Artsiom Sidarchuk (University of Milan)
      • Forgetting International Relations? Multiplicity, New Medievalism and the Challenge of Re-Grounding IR and ‘the International’
        Author: Aleksandra Spalińska (University of Warsaw)
    • 11:00 12:30
      Roundtable / Understanding Impact in International Peace and Security Room 4
      Sponsor: International Law and Politics Working Group
      Chair: Andrea Birdsall (University of Edinburgh)
      Participants: David Bicknell (King's College London) , Steven Haines (University of Greenwich) , James Gow (King's College London) , Rachel Kerr (King's College London) , Henry Lovat (University of Glasgow)
    • 12:30 14:00
      Conference event / Exhibitor Hall Conference Website
    • 12:30 14:00
      Panel / Global Ethics in a Pluralist World Room 10
      Sponsor: Ethics and World Politics Working Group
      Convener: Anthony Lang, Jr (University of St Andrews)
      Chair: Toni Erskine (Australian National University)
      • Global Political Animals: What does Aristotle have to tell us about universalism
        Author: Anthony Lang (University of St Andrews)
      • “Only Logical Universals: Max Weber’s Advice on Living in a Disenchanted World
        Author: Patrick Jackson (American University)
      • Fanon, Relationality, and Postcolonial Humanism
        Author: Jasmine Gani (University of St Andrews)
      • Machiavelli, Carr and the Impure Ethics of Realism in The Twenty Years’ Crisis
        Author: Sean Molloy (Kent University)
      • Wittgenstein on Judgment, Ethics and Concerns about Certainty
        Author: Désirée Weber (College of Wooster)
    • 14:00 15:30
      Conference event / KEYNOTE 1: Geographies of Racism - SPONSORED BY POLITY Webinar Room
      Speakers: Prof. Gary Younge (University of Manchester), Dr Olivia Rutazibwa (University of Portsmouth), Prof. Robbie Shilliam (Johns Hopkins University)
    • 16:00 17:30
      Conference event / Coffee and conversation networking session - European Security WG Room 10
    • 16:00 17:30
      Panel / Evolving Protection Architectures at the United Nations Room 2
      Sponsor: Intervention and Responsibility to Protect Working Group
      Convener: IR2P Working group
      Chair: Bola Adediran (University of the West of England)
      • The Responsibility to Protect after 15 Years: From UN General Assembly Debates to Security Council Practice
        Authors: Pinar Gozen Ercan (Hacettepe University) , Menent Savas Cazala (Galatasaray University)
      • Everyday atrocity vs Responsibility to Protect: why efforts to expand the purview of R2P will be counterproductive
        Author: Athanasios Stathopoulos (Leiden University)
      • The Evolution of the R2P in a Changing World Order: Rethinking Mass Atrocity Prevention and the Role of the UN Security Council
        Author: Samuel Jarvis (York St John University)
      • Legitimation Practices in UN Security Council Decision-Making
        Author: Jess Gifkins (The University of Manchester)
      • An R2P Review Commission: A Proposal for Holding States Accountable to Their Responsibility to Protect
        Author: Richard Illingworth (University of Leeds)
    • 16:00 17:30
      Panel / Forgetting IR to Reimagine IR Room 9
      Sponsor: Colonial, Postcolonial and Decolonial Working Group
      Conveners: Jenna Marshall (Universität Kassel) , Heba Youssef (University of Brighton) , Sharri Plonski (Queen Mary University of London)
      Chair: Helen Turton (The University of Sheffield)
      • International or not, being human is being "Global"
        Author: Deepshikha Shahi (The University of Delhi)
      • Selective amnesia: forgetting and remembering IR
        Author: Karen Smith (Leiden University)
      • Forgetting in order to remember: Unsettling knowledges in IR
        Author: Arlene B. Tickner (Universidad del Rosario)
      • Invisible and Unthinkable IR
        Author: Zeynep Gülşah Çapan (University of Erfurt)
      • Conscious forgetting: a process for uncovering and engaging with previously disregarded knowledge
        Author: Bryony Vince (The University of Sheffield)
    • 16:00 17:30
      Panel / Italian Political Science Association sponsored panel: TESTING IR THEORY AND RESEARCH ON WORLD ORDER TRANSITION Room 8
      Sponsor: Conference/Management
      Convener: Fulvio Attina (University of Catania)
      Chair: Fulvio Attina (University of Catania)
      • Where the Eagles Do Not Dare. The Modes of the Incremental Revisionist Challenge in the Normative Dimension
        Authors: Gabriele Natalizia (University of Rome) , Lorenzo Termine (University of Rome )
      • Climate change politics and the great powers
        Author: Fulvio Attina (University of Catania)
      • Why Does It Not Work? Exceptions, Exemptions and Exclusions in International Order
        Author: Mladen Lisanin (Institute for Political Studies, Belgrade)
      • Changes in Human Mobility World Policies: the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and the Post-Liberalism World Order
        Author: Rosa Rossi (University of Palermo)
    • 16:00 17:30
      Roundtable / Masculinities and Queer perspectives on Transitional Justice Room 7
      Sponsor: Gendering International Relations Working Group
      Chair: Heleen Touquet (University of Leuven)
      Participants: Brandon Hamber (Ulster University - Transitional Justice Institute) , Pascha Bueno-Hansen (University of Delaware) , Philipp Schulz (University of Bremen) , Fobear Katherine (Fresno State University)
    • 16:00 17:30
      Roundtable / RUSI sponsored roundtable: The Middle East, Geopolitics, and International Studies Today Webinar Room
      Sponsor: Conference/Management
      Chair: Hisham A Hellyer (University of Cambridge )
      Participants: Bader Al-Saif (Carnegie Middle East Centre) , Lina Khatib (Chatham House) , Ziya Meral (RUSI) , Dina Esfandiary (Crisis Group) , Hisham A Hellyer (University of Cambridge )
    • 16:00 17:30
      Panel / Reprising the Relationship between War and Technology Room 6
      Sponsor: War Studies Working Group
      Convener: Alex Neads (University of Bath)
      Chair: Alex Neads (University of Bath)
      • Global Drone Diffusion: Legal and Strategic Consequences
        Author: Amelie Theussen (University of Southern Denmark)
      • On Lethality and the Conduct of War in the 21st Century
        Author: Matthew Ford (University of Sussex)
      • Time Keeps on Ticking: Land Warfare and Martial Expediency Through and Beyond the OODA Loop
        Author: David Galbreath (University of Bath)
      • Automation, Technology, and the Drivers of Strategic Innovation in Warfare
        Author: Andree-Anne (Andy) Melancon (Royal Military Academy Sandhurst)
      • A Market for Military Assistance? Principals, Agents and the Diffusion of Military Technology in Historical Perspective
        Author: Alex Neads (University of Bath)
    • 16:00 17:30
      Panel / Russian security policy between the West and the Rest Room 4
      Sponsor: Russian and Eurasian Security Working Group
      Conveners: Precious Chatterje-Doody (Open University) , Marcin Kaczmarski (University of Glasgow) , Natasha Kuhrt (Kings College London)
      Chair: Natasha Kuhrt (Kings College London)
      Discussant: Natasha Kuhrt (Kings College London)
      • Fearing the West, Conquering the East: Contemporary Russian Security Discourses in a Post-Imperial Age
        Author: Kevork Oskanian (University of Birmingham)
      • Space, borders and hybridity: a critical appraisal of EU and Russia narratives on Crimea’s annexation
        Authors: Ana Paula Brandao (CICP - University of Minho) , Maria Raquel Freire (CES, FEUC-Universiy of Coimbra)
      • The Dynamics of Norm Co-optation: Explaining Russia’s Use of Liberal Peacebuilding Norms in Conflict-Affected Sates
        Author: Kazushige Kobayashi (Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies)
      • From withdrawal to containment: continuity in Soviet and Russian Afghanistan policy 1989-1996 and beyond
        Author: Ivan Ulises Kentros Klyszcz (University of Tartu)
    • 16:00 17:30
      Roundtable / The UK's Role in Global Health Security and COVID-19 Room 1
      Sponsor: Global Health Working Group
      Chair: Sophie Harman (Queen Mary University of London)
      Participants: Simon Rushton (University of Sheffield) , Sharifah Sekalala (University of Warwick) , Fawzia Gibson Fall (QMUL) , Emma Louise Anderson (University of Leeds)
    • 16:00 17:30
      Panel / Trumpism, US Foreign Policy and International Relations Theory Room 5
      Sponsor: US Foreign Policy Working Group
      Convener: Thorsten Wojczewski
      Chair: Thorsten Wojczewski
      Discussant: Cornelia Baciu (University of Konstanz)
      • The irrational actor: the Trump administration, the fracturing of US foreign policy identity, and the challenge for IR theory
        Author: Ruth Deyermond (King's College London )
      • Understanding Trump’s foreign policy and its rejection of liberalism
        Author: Matthew Hill (Liverpool John Moores University )
      • Right-wing Populism, Foreign Policy and Folk Realism: Trumpism and US Foreign Policy
        Author: Thorsten Wojczewski
      • Paradoxes of American Exceptionalism and Restraint from a Neo-Classical Realism Perspective
        Author: Cornelia Baciu (Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy at the University of Hamburg)
    • 18:00 19:30
      Panel / Forgetting International Studies: the exclusion of Hispano-American contributions Room 3
      Sponsor: Orphan Papers track
      Convener: Jose Ricardo Villanueva Lira (Universidad del Mar)
      Chair: Jose Ricardo Villanueva Lira (Universidad del Mar)
      • Hermila Galindo's international thought
        Author: Indra Labardini Fragoso (Universidad del Mar)
      • ANTONIO TRUYOL Y SERRA: FROM EUROPEAN SOCIETY TO THE CONTEMPORARY INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM
        Author: Carlos Gabriel Argüelles Arredondo (Universidad del Mar)
      • The international thought of Octavio Paz
        Author: Alberto Lozano Vázquez (Universidad del Mar)
      • José María Torres Caidedo
        Author: Jessica De Alba Ulloa (Universidad Anáhuac México)
      • Fernando H. Cardoso's contribution to International Relations
        Author: Almendra Ortiz de Zárate (Universidad Anáhuac México)
    • 18:00 19:30
      Roundtable / NATO 2030: Debating NATO's Future Room 8
      Sponsor: European Security Working Group
      Chair: Nele Marianne Ewers-Peters (School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Johns Hopkins University)
      Participants: Tracey German (King's College London/JSCSC) , Mark Webber (University of Birmingham) , Simon Smith (Staffordshire University) , Andrew Cottey (University College Cork) , Martin Smith (Royal Military Academy Sandhurst)
    • 18:00 19:30
      Panel / Recent reflections in IPT Room 5
      Sponsor: Contemporary Research on International Political Theory Working Group
      Convener: CRIPT Working group
      Chair: Christof Royer (Central European University)
      Discussant: Christof Royer (Central European University)
      • What has disciplinarity ever done for IR?
        Author: Olaf Corry (University of Leeds)
      • Travelling Theory and its Consequences: José Ortega y Gasset and Radical Conservatism in Post-Cold War Japan
        Author: Karin Narita (Queen Mary, University of London)
      • Timing Concepts: Embodied Time(s) and Concept Analysis.
        Author: Mirko Palestrino (Queen Mary University of London)
      • Studying Justice in International Trade Negotiations: Feminist-Informed Ethnographic Insights
        Author: LISA SAMUEL (NEW YORK UNIVERSITY)
    • 18:00 19:30
      Panel / Remembering race and coloniality in the making of the international: Mapping Sites of Disruption and Destruction Room 4
      Sponsor: Colonial, Postcolonial and Decolonial Working Group
      Convener: Sharri Plonski (Queen Mary University of London)
      Chair: Heba Youssef (University of Brighton)
      • India’s settler colonialism and its effects on the nomadic migration.
        Author: Syed Waqar Shah (Cardiff University)
      • Writing the embodied experience of performance, race, gender and sexual orientation: a case study in the queer-of-color space of the ballroom scene
        Author: Muriel Bruttin (University of Lausanne)
      • Hindu nationalism and the ‘Israeli model’: Legitimating counter-‘terrorism’, colonialism, and ethnocracy in Kashmir
        Author: Derek Verbakel (York University)
      • Silences and affects in post-revolutionary Iran: fantasizing about race and Iranianness
        Author: Mateus Schneider Borges (Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro)
      • Reckoning with Global Britain: a truth and reconciliation commission on colonialism?
        Author: Asha Herten-Crabb (London School of Economics and Political Science)
    • 18:00 19:30
      Roundtable / Review of International Studies Roundtable I: Disruption by Design Room 1
      Sponsor: Conference/Management
      Chair: Martin Coward (University of Manchester)
      Participants: Charmaine Chua (UCSB) , Nicole Grove (University of Hawaii at Manoa) , Martin Coward (University of Manchester) , Nisha Shah (University of Ottawa) , Louise Amoore (Durham University)
    • 18:00 19:30
      Roundtable / The Art of Forgetting IR: Aesthetics, Creative Methods and the Politics of War and Peace. Room 2
      Sponsor: South East Europe Working Group
      Chair: Roisin Read (University of Manchester)
      Participants: Birgit Poopuu (Tallinn University) , Laura Mills , Lydia Cole (University of Durham) , Sarah Jankowitz (Queen's University Belfast) , Maria Adriana Deiana (Queen’s University Belfast) , Giovanna Di Mauro (College of Europe)
    • 18:00 19:30
      Panel / Water Security Across Scales: Intersections of the International Room 6
      Sponsor: Environment Working Group
      Conveners: Ashok Swain (Uppsala University) , Cameron Harrington (Durham University) , Jeremy Schmidt (Durham University)
      Chair: Jeremy Schmidt (Durham University)
      Discussant: Cat Button (Newcastle University)
      • Water security, race, and ethnicity: a systematic assessment of the literature
        Authors: Jeremy Schmidt (Durham University) , Cameron Harrington (Durham University)* , Ashok Swain (Durham University)* , Thuli Montana (Durham University)
      • Water diplomacy between desecuritisation and securitisation of water
        Author: Naho Mirumachi (Kings College London)
      • Transboundary Water Governance and Imperial Legacies: Cooperation on the Nile and Mekong Rivers
        Author: Joanne Yao (Queen Mary, University of London )
      • Combatting Water Insecurities as the Best Path towards Water Security
        Author: Chad Staddon (UWE Bristol)
    • 20:00 21:30
      Panel / The Toxicity of Empire: Ruination, sacrifice, myth and nostalgia Room 2
      Sponsor: Colonial, Postcolonial and Decolonial Working Group
      Convener: Gitte du Plessis (Tampere University)
      Chair: Kenneth Gofigan Kuper (University of Guam)
      Discussant: Lauren Wilcox (University of Cambridge)
      • Toxic Stories: Contesting the Fossil Myth of Fuel Expansion
        Author: Cara Daggett (Virginia Tech)
      • ’Some Islands are More Inhabitable than Others’: Nuclear Testing and Layered Extraterritoriality in the Pacific
        Author: Rens Van Munster (DIIS Danish Institute for International Studies)
      • Conservation by ruination: The toxic geopolitics of Kalama Atoll
        Authors: Kyle Kajihiro (University of Hawaii at Manoa) , Gitte du Plessis (Tampere University)
      • French Nuclear Colonialism in the Pacific: Ruination, Nostalgia, and Post-Colonial Politics of Remembering on the Hao Atoll, French Polynesia
        Author: Lis Kayser (Danish Institute for International Studies DIIS)
      • Empire as Laboratory: An Eco-Political History of U.S. Imperialism at Kalama Atoll
        Authors: Kenneth Gofigan Kuper (University of Guam) , Cameron Grimm (University of Hawaii at Manoa)
    • 20:30 21:30
      Conference event / Postgraduate Network Quiz Room 1
      Speaker: Tom Vaughan (Aberystywth University)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / A Changing Global Nuclear Order Room 1
      Sponsor: Global Nuclear Order Working Group
      Convener: Considine Laura (University of Leeds)
      Chair: Considine Laura (University of Leeds)
      • Essential Attributes of Future of International Studies in the Realm of Global Governance: A Case Study of Chaotic Global Nuclear Governance
        Author: Silky Kaur (Research Associate)
      • Forget 'international' nuclear order? The African National Congress, South Africa's liberation struggle, and the Non-Proliferation Treaty
        Author: Tom Vaughan (Aberystywth University)
      • Thinking outside the Box: Establishing a deterrence mentoring network and building bridges to a closer alliance
        Author: Patricia Shamai (University of Portsmouth)
      • Towards a New Way of Managing Stigmatised Identities in Nuclear Governance
        Author: Aniruddha Saha (PhD Student at King's College London)
      • Ditching the NPT? The significance of the Non-proliferation Treaty to the generation of the new nuclear prohibition norm.
        Author: Carolina Pantoliano Panico (University of Auckland)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / Historical Sociology of Empires and States Room 3
      Sponsor: Historical Sociology and International Relations Working Group
      Convener: Maia Pal (Oxford Brookes University)
      Chair: Maia Pal (Oxford Brookes University)
      • Revolution and International Order
        Author: Catherine Hirst (Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI), LSE)
      • Adoption or Adaption? Globalising International Society in the Nineteenth Century and Diplomatic Practices at the Rokumeikan
        Author: Felix Roesch (Coventry University)
      • Power Politics Among Empires
        Author: Joseph Leigh (London School of Economics and Political Science)
      • Historical Sociology and Crisis: Capital, Empire, and Pandemics in the Maghreb
        Author: Meriam Mabrouk (Birkbeck College, University of London)
      • Queering the War-machine's Origin Myth: A re-evaluation of the 19th century shift away from mercenary use
        Author: Malte Riemann (Royal Military Academy Sandhurst)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / Inequalities in Bodies, Land and the Biosphere Room 2
      Sponsor: International Political Economy Working Group
      Convener: IPEG Working group
      Chair: Ben Richardson (University of Warwick)
      • The Body Politics of Poverty: Lean Times
        Authors: Nicola Smith (University of Birmingham) , Amelia Morris (University of Law )
      • International Politics of bioeconomy: prospects and challenges from the Global South
        Author: Melisa Deciancio (University of Muenster)
      • The Relationship between Land Reform and Development: The Case of Turkey
        Author: Ozge Taylan (METU)
      • US mobilization of Cyberspace: A critical geographical perspective
        Author: Sulagna Basu (University of Sydney)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / International Criminal Law and Practice in Context Room 4
      Sponsor: International Law and Politics Working Group
      Convener: ILPG Working group
      Chair: James Gow (King's College London)
      • Legitimizing genocide in Myanmar: On the road to impunity
        Author: Cecilia Ducci (Alma Mater Studiorum - University of Bologna)
      • The International Criminal Court, Preliminary Examinations and the Security Council: Kill or Cure?
        Authors: Rachel Kerr (King's College London) , Natasha Kuhrt (King's College London)
      • Aggression, Imperialism and the Global South
        Author: Muhammad Ashfaq (University of St Andrews)
      • The civilising mission of international criminal justice: Queering savages-victims-saviours at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY)
        Author: Caitlin Biddolph (University of New South Wales (UNSW))
      • Torture in Spanish and British counterterrorism: from ‘reverse shaming’ to narrative contestation
        Author: Frank Foley (King's College London)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / New Approaches to Theory, Methods and Practice Room 8
      Sponsor: Post-Structural Politics Working Group
      Convener: PPWG Working group
      Chair: Christina Oelgemoller (Loughborough University)
      • Rhymes, Rhythms and Resonances: Alternative Methods for Critical IR
        Author: William Callahan (LSE)
      • The Everyday Aesthetics of the “Global City”
        Author: Matt Davies (Newcastle University)
      • Diplomatic Tales: Diplomacy and Myth in Brazil
        Author: Felipe Estre (King's College London & University of Sao Paulo)
      • Anarchy within sovereign states: Can forgetting IR theory help?
        Authors: Rehana Manzoor (Jawaharlal Nehru University) , Mohnish Mohammad (Jamia Millia Islamia)*
      • Assembling China’s ‘Belt and Road’ Initiative: A Post-Structural Critique
        Author: Ran Hu (University of York)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / The Evolution of US Security Strategy Practice Room 7
      Sponsor: US Foreign Policy Working Group
      Convener: USFP Working group
      Chair: Jonny Hall (London School of Economics and Political Science)
      • Thinking biographically: the US Passport Office, Cold War security and bureaucratic agency
        Author: Catriona Gold (University College London)
      • The Impact of the Unconventional Use of a Trust-based Institution: President Carter’s use of the Moscow-Washington Hotline
        Authors: Agnes Simon (Masaryk University)* , Eszter Simon (Nottingham Trent University)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / Transnational authoritarianism and second-generation diasporas: Between repression, co-optation and legitimation Room 5
      Sponsor: International Politics of Migration, Refugees and Diaspora Working Group
      Conveners: Arne F. Wackenhut (University of Gothenburg) , Camilla Orjuela (University of Gothenburg)
      Chair: Fiona Adamson (SOAS University of London)
      Discussant: Fiona Adamson (SOAS University of London)
      • Eritrea’s Chosen Trauma and the Legacy of the Martyrs: The impact of postmemory on political identity formation of second-generation diaspora Eritreans
        Author: Nicole Hirt (GIGA – German Institute of Global and Area Studies)
      • Transnational Mobilization of Youth by Authoritarian Home States: Turkey’s Transnational Youth Outreach between Empowerment and Indoctrination
        Authors: Bahar Baser Ozturk (Coventry University) , Bocu Gozde (University of Toronto)
      • An (Un-)stable pillar: Second generation diasporas in an age of transnational authoritarianism
        Authors: Arne F. Wackenhut (University of Gothenburg) , Camilla Orjuela (University of Gothenburg)
    • 11:00 12:30
      Conference event / Coffee and conversation networking sessions - FPWG; Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding WG Room 10
    • 11:00 12:30
      Panel / Critical Perspectives on Counter-terrorism Practice Room 6
      Sponsor: Critical Studies on Terrorism Working Group
      Conveners: Tom Pettinger (Warwick University) , Alice Martini , Raquel da Silva (ISCTE)
      Chair: Alice Martini
      • Public perspective of insecurity and the use of mercenaries in Nigeria: A Qualitative study
        Authors: Tarela Juliet Ike , Danny Singh (Teesside University )* , Dung Ezekiel Jidong (Nottingham Trent University )* , Evangelyn Ebi Ayobi (University of Benin)
      • Italian Radical-Left Political Violence: How Gestalt Psychology Helps to Make Sense of Individual Activists’ Radicalisation Processes
        Author: Giulia Grillo (University of Kent)
      • Cooperation Dilemma in Counter-terrorism Operations
        Author: Francesco Baraldi (Università degli Studi di Milano)
      • Exceptional Measures? Indonesia, the Militarisation of Civil Society Organisations, and the Securitisation of Maritime Trade
        Author: Senia Febrica (The University of Strathclyde, the Universitas Indonesia)
    • 11:00 12:30
      Panel / Existentialism and International Relations II: Panel Room 5
      Sponsor: Contemporary Research on International Political Theory Working Group
      Conveners: Andy Hom (University of Edinburgh) , Cian O'Driscoll (Australian National University) , Liane Hartnett (La Trobe University)
      Chair: Liane Hartnett (La Trobe University)
      Discussant: Daniel Brunstetter (UC Irvine)
      • Disappointed Hope: Theorising the Critical Import of Disappointment among the Arab Spring Resisters in Egypt
        Author: Maša Mrovlje (University of Vienna)
      • ‘No One Around To Shut the Dead Eyes of the Human Race’ : Sartre, Aron, and the Limits of Existentialism in the Nuclear Age
        Author: Benjamin Zala (Australian National University)
      • Existentialism and Ontological Insecurity
        Authors: Xander Kirke (Glasgow Caledonian University) , Brent Steele (University of Utah)
      • IR’s Roads to Freedom. Reading Jean-Paul Sartre’s Trilogy as an International Relations Text.
        Author: Lucian Ashworth (Memorial University)
    • 11:00 12:30
      Conference event / Michael Mulvihill Art Exhibition - 'Noise to Signal' and 'Worldly Noise and Electronic Atmospheres' Room 8
      Speaker: Michael Mulvihill (University of Newcastle)
    • 11:00 12:30
      Roundtable / PGN-sponsored roundtable: Meet the Editors I Room 1
      Sponsor: Conference/Management
      Chair: Tom Vaughan (Aberystywth University)
      Participants: Martin Coward (University of Manchester) , Edward Newman (University of Leeds) , Tom Vaughan (Aberystywth University)
    • 11:00 12:30
      Conference event / Polity book launch: Anthony King's 'Urban Warfare in the Twenty-First Century' (publishing July 2021) Room 9
      Speakers: Prof. Anthony King (University of Warwick), Prof. Lawrence Freedman (King's College London, Emeritus Professor)
    • 11:00 12:30
      Roundtable / Prejudice and the Role of Different Actors in the Spiralling of the Securitization of Migration Room 3
      Sponsor: International Politics of Migration, Refugees and Diaspora Working Group
      Chair: Christian Kaunert (University of South Wales)
      Participants: Valeria Bello (Blanquerna Faculty of Communication and International Relations – University Ramon LLull (Barcelona, Spain)) , FOTEINI KALANTZI (University of Oxford) , Stefania Panebianco (University of Catania, Italy) , Jef Huysmans (Queen Mary, University of London) , Maria Gabrielsen Jumbert (Peace Research Institute Oslo, Norway)
    • 11:00 12:30
      Panel / The Global Circuits of Social and Economic Subjugation Room 7
      Sponsor: Colonial, Postcolonial and Decolonial Working Group
      Convener: Sharri Plonski (Queen Mary University of London)
      Chair: Sharri Plonski (Queen Mary University of London)
      • Who owes to whom – unsettling hierarchies in debt relations
        Author: Sabrina Keller (University of Kassel)
      • Empire, Power, and Status-Seeking in International Relations: A Case for a Post-Colonial Agenda
        Author: Ali Bilgic (Loughborough University)
      • Necropolitics at large: Pandemic Politics and the Coloniality of the Global Access Gap
        Author: Eric Otieno Sumba (University of Kassel)
      • Historicising Data Colonialism: Indigenous Data Sovereignty and The Māoris
        Author: Jahnavi Mukul (Ashoka University)
    • 11:00 12:30
      Panel / The Visual, Visible and Virtual Politics of Security Room 2
      Sponsor: Post-Structural Politics Working Group
      Convener: PPWG Working group
      Chair: PPWG Working group
      Discussant: Kodili Chukwuma (University of East Anglia)
      • Constitutive Security Practices: Cyberspace and the State
        Author: Sulagna Basu (University of Sydney)
      • 'It’s like we’re blind': autonomous weapons systems as vision machines
        Author: Hendrik Huelss (University of Southern Denmark)
      • ‘Everything is virtually true’: the French DGSE’s social theory of intelligence in Le Bureau des légendes
        Authors: Joakim Brattvoll (European University Institute) , Vic Castro (University of Copenhagen )
      • The Practice and Politics of Oscillatory Transparency – Jean Baudrillard & the Contemporary Military Memoir
        Author: Kyle Catto (Dept. of Politics – York University, Toronto, Canada)
    • 11:00 12:30
      Conference event / Widening Participation panel: Vicarious Identities in the Curriculum: Examining Muslim Women - PLEASE NOTE: This panel includes WP students who are under 18; audience members are reminded to be professional and collegial when engaging Webinar Room
      Speakers: Alexandra Ignat (N/A), Joseph Haigh (University of Warwick), Lily Mae Barton (N/A), Mia Mattu (N/A), Saraah Khalifa (N/A), Shahnaz Akhter (University of Warwick), Tonio Induli (N/A)
    • 12:30 14:00
      Conference event / Exhibitor Hall Conference Website
    • 12:45 13:45
      Conference event / BISA Chair's Address and Prize Giving Webinar Room
      Speakers: Prof. Mark Webber (University of Birmingham), Prof. Ruth Blakeley (University of Sheffield)
    • 14:00 15:30
      Conference event / KEYNOTE 2: Roundtable: Forget International Studies? - SPONSORED BY CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS Webinar Room
      Speakers: Dr Heba Youssef (University of Brighton), Dr Jenna Marshall (Universität Kassel), Dr Lata Narayanaswamy (University of Leeds), Prof. Sabelo Ndlovu-Gatsheni (University of Bayreuth), Dr Sithembile Mbete (University of Pretoria), Dr Swati Parashar (University of Gothenburg)
    • 16:00 17:30
      Panel / (Structural) Forgetting? Secrecy, Ignorance and Power in International Studies Room 1
      Sponsor: Post-Structural Politics Working Group
      Convener: Clare Stevens
      Chair: Clare Stevens
      Discussant: Jutta Weldes (University of Bristol)
      • Establishing a theoretical framework for the study of racial ignorance: A case study of French state anti-racism.
        Author: Vera Chapiro Bernal (University of Bristol)
      • What Was Forgotten About The Interwar Years? Pan-Africanism and the ‘Leaders of the Democratic Movement.’
        Author: Scott Timcke (University of Havana)
      • Epistemicide: depoliticizing enforced disappearances in contemporary Brazil.
        Author: Sabrina Villenave (University of Manchester)
      • The Hunt as security logic: New Reflections on the power and politics of hunting as secrecy practice through twenty years of the Global War on Terror.
        Author: Elspeth Van Veeren (University of Bristol)
    • 16:00 17:30
      Panel / Agency, silence and voice in feminist international politics research Room 2
      Sponsor: Gendering International Relations Working Group
      Conveners: Aliya Khalid (University of Cambridge) , Georgina Holmes (University of Reading)
      Chair: Aliya Khalid (University of Cambridge)
      • Rethinking Silence, Gender and Power in Insecure Sites
        Author: Jane Parpart (University of Massachusetts Boston)
      • The Women’s Active Museum on War and Peace
        Author: Anna-Karin Eriksson (Linnaeus University)
      • Exploring the Agency of Male Sexual Violence Survivors Across Contexts: Reflections on Gender and Silence
        Authors: Philipp Schulz (University of Bremen) , Heleen Touquet (University of Antwerp )
      • Transforming masculinities in Fiji and strategic silence
        Author: David Duriesmith (Department of Politics and International Relations, The University of Sheffield)
      • The subaltern as security actor: Refugees and Europe’s agenda for Women, Peace and Security
        Authors: Aiko Holvikivi (Department of Gender Studies, London School of Economics) , Audrey Reeves (Virginia Tech)
    • 16:00 17:30
      Panel / Authoritarianism, Conflict and Religion in International Relations Room 4
      Sponsor: International Studies of the Mediterranean, Middle East & Asia Working Group
      Convener: Omer Tekdemir (Coventry University )
      Chair: Omer Tekdemir (Coventry University )
      Discussant: Zainab Mai-Bornu (Coventry University)
      • Bringing the Shi'as further in: representation, veto and resistance in confessional Lebanon
        Author: Natália Calfat (Universidade de São Paulo)
      • Understanding the Arab world through regionalisms: bottom-up regionalization and transnational authoritarian strengthening
        Author: Itxaso Domínguez de Olazábal (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid)
      • Authoritarian neoliberalism in Tunisia's pandemic response
        Author: Rosa Maryon (Cardiff University)
      • Religion in Pandemic; Does “Worship” Place has Importance as a Religious Identity or Socio-Ideologically? Secularism, Ideology and Turkey Sample
        Author: Dilek Celebi
    • 16:00 17:30
      Conference event / Cambridge Studies in International Relations Book Series Room 8
    • 16:00 17:30
      Roundtable / Chatham House-Georgetown University School of Foreign Service sponsored roundtable: World Order in the 21st Century: Illiberal Orders, a Concert of Power, or a Western Revival? Webinar Room
      Sponsor: Conference/Management
      Chair: Leslie Vinjamuri (Chatham House/SOAS)
      Participants: Charlie Kupchan (Council on Foreign Relations/Georgetown) , Rana Mitter (University of Oxford) , John Ikenberry (Princeton) , Leslie Vinjamuri (Chatham House/SOAS) , Jennifer Welsh (McGuill University) , Daniel Nexon (Georgetown) , Alex Cooley (Columbia) , Peter Trubowitz (LSE)
    • 16:00 17:30
      Conference event / Coffee and conversation networking session - War Studies WG Room 10
    • 16:00 17:30
      Conference event / Meet & Greet with Palgrave Macmillan Commissioning Editors Room 9
      Speakers: Dr Anca Pusca (Palgrave Macmillan), Anne Birchley-Brun (Palgrave macmillan), Rebecca Roberts (Palgrave Macmillan)
    • 16:00 17:30
      Panel / Theorising International Law, Norms and Practices Room 7
      Sponsor: International Law and Politics Working Group
      Convener: ILPG Working group
      Chair: James Gow (King's College London)
      • Meaningful human control: How non-deliberative practices make norms
        Author: Ingvild Bode (Centre for War Studies, University of Southern Denmark)
      • E.H. Carr’s Theory of Law: Exploring the Elements and Problems of International Law
        Author: Carmen Chas (University of Kent)
      • The securitisation of international law to forestall critique
        Author: Adriana Sinclair (University of East Anglia)
      • Constructing Compliance: Creating Legal Meaning in the 1949 Geneva Conventions
        Author: Kyle Rapp (University of Southern California)
      • Audiences That Matter: Why States Publicly Admit to Breaking International Law
        Authors: Yuan Yi Zhu (University of Oxford) , Tuuli-Anna Huikuri (University of Oxford)
    • 16:00 17:30
      Panel / Uses of expertise in redefining global, local and transnational orders Room 3
      Sponsor: International Relations as a Social Science Working Group
      Conveners: Quentin Deforge (EHESS (IFRIS)) , Alvina Hoffmann
      Chair: Jef Huysmans (Queen Mary, University of London)
      • Getting a seat at the government’s table: “Open government” expertise in Argentina and Tunisia
        Author: Quentin Deforge (EHESS (IFRIS))
      • Torn between specialized and generalist diplomacy. Expertise Transfer in Oceans International Government
        Author: Natalia Frozel-Barros (Université Paris (Panthéon-Sorbonne))
      • Speaking like an expert: UN special rapporteurs as spokespersons of the universal
        Author: Alvina Hoffmann
      • Expert authority and state power: integrating technocratic routines with diplomatic processes at International Organizations
        Author: Aurel Niederberger
      • Social Enterprise Activism: Expertise and Entrepreneurship in International Development
        Author: Farai Chipato (University of Ottawa)
    • 16:00 17:30
      Roundtable / Visuality and Emotions in International Politics Room 6
      Sponsor: Emotions in Politics and International Relations Working Group
      Chair: Naomi Head
      Participants: Katja Freistein (Centre for Global Cooperation research, University of Duisburg-Essen) , Simon Koschut (Freie Universität, Berlin) , Amya Agarwal (Centre for Global Cooperation Research, University of Duisburg-Essen) , Christine Unrau (Centre for Global Cooperation Research, University of Duisburg-Essen) , Christine Andra (Dresden TU)
    • 16:00 17:30
      Roundtable / Within / Without: Strategies and possibilities for cultivating knowledge with the Global East Room 5
      Sponsor: South East Europe Working Group
      Chair: Elena Stavrevska (London School of Economics and Political Science)
      Participants: Katarina Kusic (Aberystwyth University) , Katarzyna Kaczmarska (University of Edinburgh) , Michiel Piersma (University of Liverpool) , Elena Stavrevska (London School of Economics and Political Science)
    • 18:00 19:30
      Roundtable / Book roundtable: 'Global Justice and Social Conflict: The Foundations of Liberal Order and International Law' by Tarik Kochi (co–sponsored by the International Law and Politics and Ethics & World Politics working groups) Room 7
      Sponsor: Ethics and World Politics Working Group
      Chair: David J. Karp (University of Sussex)
      Participants: Anthony Lang, Jr (University of St Andrews) , Tarik Kochi (University of Sussex) , Maia Pal (Oxford Brookes University) , Andrea Birdsall (University of Edinburgh) , Lara Montesinos Coleman (University of Sussex)
    • 18:00 19:30
      Panel / Changing patterns of representation and digitalization in European diplomatic practices Room 6
      Sponsor: Foreign Policy Working Group
      Conveners: Niklas Bremberg (Stockholm University) , Federica Bicchi (LSE)
      Chair: Niklas Bremberg (Stockholm University)
      Discussant: Jérémie Cornut (Simon Fraser University)
      • Adapting to crises and change: EU representation at the OSCE in an eventful 2020
        Author: Daniel Schade (Cornell University)
      • Tracking the demise of multilateralism? The evolution of the COREU network and communications in the EU foreign policy system
        Authors: Federica Bicchi (LSE) , Marianna Lovato (UCD)*
      • EU Diplomacy in the Washington Twittersphere: Multilateralism on Social Media?
        Author: Elsa Hedling (Lund University)
      • Digital Diplomacy in the time of pandemic: The case of the European Union
        Authors: Corneliu Bjola (Oxford University) , Ilan Manor (Tel Aviv University)*
      • The Prospects and Limits of Digital Diplomacy: The Case of Indonesia in 2020
        Author: Albert Triwibowo (Universität Rostock & Parahyangan Catholic University)
    • 18:00 19:30
      Panel / Mapping the Future of the Responsibility to Protect Doctrine Room 2
      Sponsor: Intervention and Responsibility to Protect Working Group
      Convener: IR2P Working group
      Chair: Pinar Gozen Ercan (Hacettepe University)
      • Neoconstructivism and Quantifying Norms of Protection
        Authors: Noele Crossley (University College London) , Christina Qiu (Yale)
      • To Whom is the Sovereign Responsible? Responsible Sovereignty, R2P, and the Exclusions of Liberal Order
        Author: Thomas (Hank) Owings (University of Pennsylvania)
      • THE INTERNATIONAL RESPONSIBILITY TO PROTECT IN A POST-LIBERAL ORDER
        Author: James Pattison
      • Localising the Responsibility to Protect in Civil Society: Paving the Road to Norm Degeneration?
        Author: Chloë M. Gilgan (Lecturer in Law, BISA Member, IR2P Working Group (soon to be Co-convener))
      • A complicated relationship: socioeconomics and mass atrocities in the 21st century
        Author: Adrian Gallagher (University of Leeds, European Centre for RtoP)
    • 18:00 19:30
      Panel / Non-traditional instruments of Russian foreign policy: media, social media and strategic humour Room 4
      Sponsor: Russian and Eurasian Security Working Group
      Conveners: Dmitry Chernobrov (University of Sheffield) , Lucy Birge (University of Manchester) , Elizaveta Kuznetsova (Harvard University)
      Chair: Precious Chatterje-Doody (Open University)
      • Blame it on the algorithm? Russian influence on social media
        Author: Elizaveta Kuznetsova (Harvard University)
      • Russian memory diplomacy
        Author: JADE MCGLYNN (University of Oxford/Henry Jackson Society)
      • Strategic humour: Public diplomacy and comic framing of foreign policy issues
        Author: Dmitry Chernobrov (University of Sheffield)
    • 18:00 19:30
      Panel / Perspectives on intervention Room 3
      Sponsor: Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding Working Group
      Convener: PKPBG Working group
      Chair: PKPBG Working group
      • Reimagining Conflict through Nonviolent (Self-) Protection
        Author: Louise Ridden (Aberystwyth University )
      • The global rise of stabilization? Norm diffusion and agency in stabilization policies
        Author: Giulia Piccolino (Loughborough University)
      • UN peace operations and (re)building the rule of law
        Author: Alexander Gilder (Royal Holloway, University of London)
      • Building Peace after Self-determination: Faulty Assumptions and Their Consequences
        Author: Kentaro Fujikawa (London School of Economics and Political Science)
    • 18:00 19:30
      Roundtable / Review of International Studies Roundtable II: Racialised Violence in Global Politics Room 1
      Sponsor: Conference/Management
      Chair: Martin Coward (University of Manchester)
      Participants: Benjamin Meiches (University of Washington) , Shiera Malik (DePaul University) , Andreja Zevnik (University of Manchester) , Lester Spence (John Hopkins University) , Kim Wagner (Queen Mary University of London) , Melody Fonseca Santos (University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus) , Marta Fernández (IRI/PUC-Rio)
    • 18:00 19:30
      Panel / The Other Histories of International Relations: women thinkers, forgotten locations and unexplored genres Room 8
      Sponsor: Gendering International Relations Working Group
      Convener: Joanna Wood (University of Oxford)
      Chair: Alireza Shams-Lahijani (LSE)
      Discussant: Harry Mace (University of Cambridge)
      • Towards a South Asian Feminist Conception of International Thought
        Author: Shruti Balaji (LSE)
      • Situating Muna Lee’s Mid-Century International Relations Theorizing
        Author: Darrah McCracken (University of Washington - Tacoma )
      • A forgotten scholar? Miriam Camps and informal transatlantic diplomacy
        Author: Katja Seidel (University of Westminster)
      • Hidden History: the women who built the Bureau of International Research at Harvard
        Author: Joanna Wood (University of Oxford)
    • 18:00 19:30
      Panel / What do we know about Conflict? Interrogating Representations of War and Security Room 5
      Sponsor: Post-Structural Politics Working Group
      Convener: PPWG Working group
      Chair: PPWG Working group
      • The Limits of Imagination: Securitisation and Exceptionalism in the World of Warcraft Video Game
        Author: Vic Castro
      • "Decontestation of the Essentially Contestable”: Biopolitics, Ideology and Fantasy in Kurdish Conflict
        Author: Recep Onursal (University of Kent)
      • Forget Psychological War: Historical Amnesia and the Obligation to Know
        Author: Jeffrey Whyte (University of Manchester)
      • Cultures of the Climate Crisis: Cli-fi and the possibilities of political futures
        Author: Cahir O'Doherty (University of Groningen)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / Africa's changing international relations: new justifications, new forms of intervention Room 1
      Sponsor: Africa and International Studies Working Group
      Convener: AISG Working group
      Chair: Timothy Shaw (University of Massachusetts, Boston)
      • Witness adventurers? Exploring tensions between témoignage and travel writing in the construction of aid worker identities in humanitarian memoirs in Africa
        Author: Roisin Read (University of Manchester)
      • Hegemony, Common Sense, and Non-Western African Agency in Liberal Interventions
        Author: Babatunde Obamamoye (Australian National University)
      • Is Ideology 'still' Relevant? The Utility of Ideology to Understanding Africa’s International Relations
        Author: Emmanuel Siaw (Royal Holloway University of London)
      • Zambian government policymaking space and its determinants in the changing global landscape
        Author: Nicola Heaton (University of Birmingham)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Roundtable / Art and/of Military Afterlives (please feel free to bring needle and thread, drawing or painting materials) Room 2
      Sponsor: Emotions in Politics and International Relations Working Group
      Chair: Julia Welland (University of Warwick)
      Participants: Kathryn Brimblecombe-Fox (Artist, University of Queensland) , Berit Bliesemann de Guevara (Aberystwyth University) , Sarah Bulmer (University of Exeter) , Nick Caddick (Anglia Ruskin University) , Laura Mills , Michael Mulvihill (University of Newcastle) , Alice Cree (University of Newcastle)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / Making Sense of International Politics Room 5
      Sponsor: Interpretivism in International Relations Working Group
      Convener: IIRG Working group
      Chair: Hannes Hansen-Magnusson (Cardiff University)
      Discussant: Katarzyna Kaczmarska (University of Edinburgh)
      • Tracing Process Tracing in Securitisation*
        Author: Chester Yacub (University of Nottingham)
      • Using visual analysis to access practices
        Author: Ingvild Bode (Centre for War Studies, University of Southern Denmark)
      • Studying Problematizations: Introducing Carol Bacchi’s What´s the problem represented to be? approach to IR
        Author: Malte Riemann (Royal Military Academy Sandhurst)
      • Reconsidering Westphalia? Disbelief, Miscalculation and Power Shifts in an Age of Liberal Crisis
        Author: Kevork Oskanian (University of Birmingham)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / Migration and asylum management: Space and actors Room 3
      Sponsor: International Politics of Migration, Refugees and Diaspora Working Group
      Convener: FOTEINI KALANTZI (University of Oxford)
      Chair: FOTEINI KALANTZI (University of Oxford)
      • Analyzing Refugee Studies through a different lens in International Relations: A case study of European Response to the Afghan Refugee Crisis
        Author: Rajarshi Chakraborty (PhD)
      • Refugee Studies through a different lens: NGOs, Relative Surplus Population and Racial Capitalism
        Authors: Gemma Bird (University of Liverpool) , Davide Schmid*
      • Creating (in)security through space: humanitarian entanglements in hosting communities
        Author: Hannah Owens (Queen Mary University of London )
      • Struggles over Camps and Global Logics of Detention
        Author: Lucy Kneebone (Queen Mary University of London)
      • European Union Readmission Agreements’ Necropolitical Mechanisms and Terminologies: An Analysis of the Joint Way Forward Declaration between the EU and Afghanistan
        Author: Manuela Jorge (Queen Mary, University of London)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / Perennial and New Challenges in International Law and Politics Room 6
      Sponsor: International Law and Politics Working Group
      Convener: ILPG Working group
      Chair: Rachel Kerr (King's College London)
      Discussant: Henry Lovat (University of Glasgow)
      • Taboo: Explaining the Legal Principles and Norms Behind Weapon Prohibitions
        Author: Carmen Chas (University of Kent)
      • Operationalizing State Obligations in the Climate Context: The Role of Integrated Assessment Models in Devising a Systematic and Transparent Methodology of Legal Interpretation
        Author: Violetta Ritz (University of Kent)
      • Lost in transformation: the human rights we lost during the new state-centric order
        Author: Caroline de Lima e Silva (Lichtenberg- Kolleg Institute for Advanced Study)
      • Legal Rhetoric, Human Rights, and the Universal Periodic Review
        Author: Kyle Rapp (University of Southern California)
      • Trump’s assault on the International Criminal Court: Will the US ever be a leader in global justice and accountability?
        Author: Melinda Rankin (The University of Queensland)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / Polish International Studies Association sponsored panel: Polish IR scholarship Room 7
      Sponsor: Conference/Management
      Convener: Marian Edward Halizak (University of Warsaw)
      Chair: Marian Edward Halizak (University of Warsaw)
      • US-China Hegemonic War
        Author: Marian Edward Halizak (University of Warsaw)
      • Beyond the static world: leadership in the theoretical views of international relations
        Author: Małgorzata Zachara (Jagiellonian University)
      • Onthology and epistemology of international relations in conditions of change
        Author: Marek Pietras (Maria Sklodowska-Curie University)
      • International Relations in the European Union: theoretical approaches and explanatory challenges
        Author: Joanna Dyduch (Jagiellonian University)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Conference event / Polity book discussion: What's Wrong with NATO and How to Fix it Room 9
      Speakers: Andrew Cottey (University College Cork), Prof. Mark Webber (University of Birmingham), Martin Smith (Royal Military Academy Sandhurst), Dr Rita Floyd (University of Birmingham)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / Security, Foreign Policy and Globalisation Room 4
      Sponsor: International Studies of the Mediterranean, Middle East & Asia Working Group
      Convener: Omer Tekdemir (Coventry University )
      Chair: Omer Tekdemir (Coventry University )
      Discussant: Jessica Northey (Coventry University)
      • Securitising Pandemics: Domestic-Political Explanations of Taiwan’s Response to COVID-19
        Author: Naina Singh (National Chung Hsing University)
      • Decentred Globalism and India’s Pivot towards the Arab Gulf
        Author: Saloni Kapur (FLAME University)
      • The Role of Domestic Factors in Turkish Foreign Policy towards Iran: The Case of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq
        Author: Cangul Altundas-Akcay (Durham University)
      • Humanitarianism or Securitization ? The AKP political elite and their Syria discourses
        Author: Tarik Basbugoglu (Glasgow Caledonian University)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Roundtable / The politics of comparison and relationality: colonial grammars, knowledge production and counter-politics Room 8
      Sponsor: Colonial, Postcolonial and Decolonial Working Group
      Chair: Sharri Plonski (Queen Mary University of London)
      Participants: Rhys Machold (University of Glasgow) , Ananya Sharma (ASHOKA UNIVERSITY) , Kelly-Jo Bluen (LSE) , Katharine Hall (Queen Mary University ) , Francine Rossone de Paula (Queen's University Belfast) , Ida Roland Birkvad (Queen Mary University) , Somdeep Sen (Roskilde University)
    • 11:00 12:15
      Conference event / A conversation with Professor Jenny Edkins, winner of BISA's 2021 Distinguished Contribution Prize BISA Room
      Speakers: Prof. Jenny Edkins (University of Manchester), Prof. Mark Webber (University of Birmingham), Prof. Ruth Blakeley (University of Sheffield)
    • 11:00 12:30
      Roundtable / Challenging Coloniality in the International Anti-Trafficking Agenda to Reimagine Research Practice Room 2
      Sponsor: Africa and International Studies Working Group
      Chair: Alex Balch (Modern Slavery Policy & Evidence Centre (Research Director))
      Participants: Allen Kiconco (University of Witswatersrand) , Leona Vaughn (University of Liverpool) , Nii Kwartelai Quartey (Jamestown Community Theatre (Accra, Ghana)) , Lennon Mhishi (Anti Slavery Knowledge Network)
    • 11:00 12:30
      Roundtable / Existentialism and International Relations I Room 9
      Sponsor: Contemporary Research on International Political Theory Working Group
      Chair: Joanne Yao (Queen Mary University of London)
      Participants: Liane Hartnett (La Trobe University) , Cian O'Driscoll (Australian National University) , Andy Hom (University of Edinburgh) , Eileen M. Hunt (University of Notre Dame)
    • 11:00 12:30
      Panel / Giving primacy to movement: re-theorising global and transversal politics Room 3
      Sponsor: Post-Structural Politics Working Group
      Conveners: Alice Engelhard (LSE) , Jef Huysmans (Queen Mary, University of London)
      Chair: Jef Huysmans (Queen Mary, University of London)
      • Constitution of Australia’s island-borders
        Author: Umut Ozguc (Deakin University)
      • Making sense of movement: tourists, soldiers, explorers
        Author: Alice Engelhard (LSE)
      • Bodily Movement, Postcolonial Melancholia, and Architectures of Madness and War at the Imperial War Museum, London
        Author: Audrey Reeves (Virginia Tech)
      • Home in the midst of movement: mapping relational belongings in South Asia
        Author: Srishti Malaviya (Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU))
      • Antinomy: Nomads and the States-System
        Author: Heiskanen Jaakko (University of Cambridge)
    • 11:00 12:30
      Panel / New Dimensions of Asylum and Migration Room 6
      Sponsor: International Politics of Migration, Refugees and Diaspora Working Group
      Convener: Christian Kaunert (University of South Wales)
      Chair: Maria Koinova (University of Warwick)
      • The Roles and Impacts of Diasporas in International Relations: Case studies of Turkish Diaspora in Germany and Armenian Diaspora in France
        Author: Alperen Usta (Ankara Yıldırım Beyazıt University)
      • The Everyday at the Border: the mundane routinization of emergency assistance
        Author: Janina Pescinski (Queen Mary University of London)
      • Disembedding Securitisation in the EU’s refugee policy? Reflections from a critical historical perspective
        Author: Cristina Blanco Sio-Lopez (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice)
    • 11:00 12:30
      Conference event / PGN Meet the Editors II - CLOSED SESSION, INVITE ONLY Room 8
      Speakers: Dr Althea-Maria Rivas (SOAS), Christian Lequesne (Sciences Po), Dr Emily Flore St Denny (University of Copenhagen), Greg Stiles (Global Policy), Hill Christopher (University of Cambridge), Dr James Strong (Queen Mary University of London), Janina Pescinski (Queen Mary University of London), Dr Jocelyn Mawdsley (Newcastle University), Dr Khursheed Wadia (University of Warwick), Milja Kurki (Aberystwyth University), Prof. Saskia Stachowitsch (University of Vienna), Tom Vaughan (Aberystywth University), Xymena Kurowska
    • 11:00 12:30
      Panel / Political Studies Association of Ireland sponsored panel: Global Challenges – Power, Politics, and Policies of Maritime Governance, Climate Change, and Covid-19 Room 7
      Sponsor: Conference/Management
      Convener: Markus Pauli (Dublin City University)
      Chair: Markus Pauli (Dublin City University)
      • Governance in the Indo-Pacific: India’s contribution to maritime order
        Author: Jivanta Schottli ( Dublin City University)
      • COVID-19 and Asymmetric interdependence in Aisa Pacific: Power Transition between the US and China
        Authors: Niall Duggan (University College Cork) , Marcin Grabowski (Jagiellonian University )
      • New Forms of Governance for Climate Change Mitigation in Asia and Europe
        Author: Markus Pauli (Dublin City University)
      • China and the Global Discursive Response to Covid-19
        Author: Alexander Dukalskis (University College Dublin)
    • 11:00 12:30
      Panel / The prioritisation of health: national, regional and international perspectives Room 1
      Sponsor: Global Health Working Group
      Convener: Adele Langlois (University of Lincoln)
      Chair: Stephen Roberts (UCL)
      Discussant: Eva Hilberg
      • Regulatory Bottlenecks in Global Health
        Author: Adele Langlois (University of Lincoln)
      • Brazilian Foreign and Health Ministries: different institutional cultures in the search for global health
        Authors: Leticia Pinheiro (IESP-UERJ) , Livia Liria Avelhan (FGV-SP)*
      • Latin American Regionalism Post Covid-19: A New Agenda for Regional Social Policy?
        Author: Devika Misra (Jawaharlal Nehru University)
    • 11:00 12:30
      Panel / Tracing Intersections of ‘Race’, Gender, and the Colonial Afterlives of Foreign Policy Organisations Room 5
      Sponsor: Gendering International Relations Working Group
      Conveners: Columba Achilleos-Sarll (University of Warwick) , Hannah Wright (LSE)
      Chair: Julia Welland (University of Warwick)
      Discussant: Toni Haastrup (University of Stirling)
      • Early Female Envoys of India: When the Post-colonial Women Spoke to the World
        Author: Khushi Padma Singh (Jawaharlal Nehru University)
      • Diversity and Inclusion in UK National Security Policymaking: 'Mission Critical' or Business as Usual?
        Author: Hannah Wright (London School of Economics)
      • The Dis/Appearance of 'Race' in the UK's Women, Peace and Security Agenda
        Author: Columba Achilleos-Sarll (University of Warwick)
      • ‘Saving Brown Women’ from the Bomb? Racism, Colonialism and Transnational Solidarity in Feminist Anti-Nuclear Activism
        Author: Catherine Eschle (University of Strathclyde)
      • The Violence of Feminist Foreign Policy
        Author: Althea-Maria Rivas (SOAS)
    • 11:00 12:30
      Panel / Winning and Losing in US Foreign Policy Room 4
      Sponsor: US Foreign Policy Working Group
      Convener: USFP Working group
      Chair: Alexandra Homolar (University of Warwick)
      Discussant: Matthew Hill (Liverpool John Moores University )
      • President Biden's Burden: Undoing Trumpism in an Age of Uncertainty
        Author: zeynep selcuk (Fenerbahce University)
      • Trump, the Realist
        Author: Payam Ghalehdar (University of Göttingen)
      • Populism and the Affective Politics of Humiliation Narratives
        Authors: Alexandra Homolar (University of Warwick) , Georg Löfflmann (University of Warwick)*
      • Challenges of Legitimation: Winnability in the American Way of War and the War on Terror
        Author: Hall Jonny (London School of Economics and Political Science)
    • 12:30 14:00
      Conference event / Coffee and conversation networking session - International Law WG; Russian and Eurasian Security WG; GIRWG; SE Europe WG; CPD WG; Global Health WG; PPWG; Ethics and World Politics WG; Nuclear Order WG; Interpretivism in IR WG Room 10
    • 12:30 14:00
      Conference event / Exhibitor Hall Conference Website
    • 14:00 15:30
      Conference event / KEYNOTE 3: Reset the International System and Reboot International Studies? Delivered by Dr Agnes Callamard, Secretary General of Amnesty International and former UN Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary killings - SPONSORED BY PALGRAVE MACMILLAN Webinar Room
      Speakers: Dr Agnes Callamard (UN/Amnesty International), Dr James Rogers (University of Southern Denmark)
    • 16:00 17:30
      Panel / (Re)Constructing to Govern: Security Praxis and the Production of Acceptable Citizenry Room 1
      Sponsor: Critical Studies on Terrorism Working Group
      Conveners: Alice Martini , Tom Pettinger (Warwick University) , Raquel da Silva (ISCTE)
      Chair: Raquel da Silva (ISCTE)
      • Imagination and the politics of pre-emption: NATO's Counterterrorism in the Mediterranean Sea after 9/11
        Author: Julien Pomarède (Université libre de Bruxelles)
      • The subjugated knowledge of Prevent: UK terrorism pre-emption and the disruptive history of Northern Ireland
        Author: Tom Pettinger
      • Bordered Violences and Unruly Spaces of Belonging : Pellet Guns and the Right to Maim in Kashmir
        Author: Ananya Sharma (Ashoka University )
      • Muslim civil society and the risk discourse in counter-radicalization policies: the case of the U.K. and Canada
        Author: Fahad Ahmad (Carleton University, School of Public Policy and Administration)
    • 16:00 17:30
      Conference event / Bristol University Press Book Launch - Grand Strategy in 10 Words: A Guide to Great Powers in the 21st Century by Sven Biscop Room 7
      Speakers: Stephen Wenham (Bristol University Press), Sven Biscop (Ghent University)
    • 16:00 17:30
      Roundtable / Chatham House sponsored roundtable II: Domestic Politics and Foreign Policies: Interests, Articulation, Content and Impact Webinar Room
      Sponsor: Conference/Management
      Chair: Renata Dwan (Chatham House)
      Participants: Angelos Chryssogelos (Chatham House/London Metropolitan University) , Renata Dwan (Chatham House) , Elena Lazarou (Chatham House) , Christopher Sabatini (Chatham House)
    • 16:00 17:30
      Panel / Exclusion and Expansion in Global Capitalism Room 4
      Sponsor: International Political Economy Working Group
      Convener: IPEG Working group
      Chair: Juanita Elias (University of Warwick)
      Discussant: Lena Rethel (University of Warwick)
      • Globalization and The Rise of Populism in the West
        Author: Helen Milner (Princeton University)
      • Capitalizing on Crisis: EBRD’s Development Operations in Jordan
        Author: Lama Tawakkol (Queen's University)
      • New Constitutionalism and the Postcolonial Statehood - Entrenching Financialization through North-South International Cooperation Agreements
        Authors: Manuel Neumann (University of Kassel) , Nina Glatzer (University of Hamburg)*
      • Geo-economic Shift and International Development Cooperation: Structural power of emerging economies?
        Author: Veysel Tekdal (Eskişehir Osmangazi University)
    • 16:00 17:30
      Panel / International Relations, Securitisation and Muslim communities Room 8
      Sponsor: Religion and International Studies (RAIS) Working Group
      Conveners: Rim-Sarah Alouane (University Toulouse-Capitole) , Hisham A Hellyer (University of Cambridge )
      Chair: Hisham A Hellyer (University of Cambridge )
      • Salafism and the Quest for 'Common Sense'
        Author: Iman Dawood (London School of Economics )
      • Can the Left securitize Islam? Translation of security in the French Socialist Party
        Author: Ugo Gaudino (University of Kent)
      • Between Saudi Authenticity and American Integration: Post-Salafi Shaykhs Straddle National and International Identities
        Author: Matthew D. Taylor (Institute for Islamic, Christian, and Jewish Studies – Baltimore)
      • Of friends (and foes): Rethinking Salafi politics
        Author: Guy Eyre (School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London)
    • 16:00 17:30
      Roundtable / Intimate Conflicts: Queer Lives in Times of War Room 5
      Sponsor: Colonial, Postcolonial and Decolonial Working Group
      Chair: Wazhmah Osman (Temple University,)
      Participants: Julio Cesar Diaz Calderon (University of Florida) , Wazina Zondon (Artist and Activist) , Jamie Hagen (Queen's University Belfast) , Louis Yako (Scholar and Poet) , Ahmad Qais Munhazim (Thomas Jefferson University) , Moshtari Hilal (Visual Artist)
    • 16:00 17:30
      Panel / Memories and Genealogies of IR Room 6
      Sponsor: Historical Sociology and International Relations Working Group
      Conveners: Clemens Hoffmann (University of stirling) , Maia Pal (Oxford Brookes University)
      Chair: Maia Pal (Oxford Brookes University)
      • International Relations in Argentina: historical roots and theoretical contributions
        Author: Melisa Deciancio
      • Remembering International Studies? Collective memory as a model and framework
        Authors: Mor Mitrani (Bar Ilan University) , Tracy Adams (Bar Ilan University)
      • Who We Are, By Way of Who We Are Not: Identity Search and Match in World Politics
        Authors: Ce Liang (University of Cambridge) , Andrew Li (Central European University )*
      • Collective Memory in International Relations
        Author: Kathrin Bachleitner (University of Oxford)
    • 16:00 17:30
      Roundtable / Security studies and/of climate geoengineering Room 2
      Sponsor: Environment Working Group
      Chair: Duncan McLaren (University of Lancaster)
      Participants: Olaf Corry (University of Leeds) , Jennie Stephens (Northeastern University) , Rita Floyd (University of Birmingham) , Kevin Surprise (Mount Holyoke College)
    • 16:00 17:30
      Panel / “The China-Factor: Sino-British Relations and the Conundrum of Economic and Security Interests” Room 3
      Sponsor: International Political Economy Working Group
      Convener: Zeno Leoni (King's College London)
      Chair: Zeno Leoni (King's College London)
      Discussant: Astrid Nordin (Lancaster University)
      • When investments became a security threat in the UK: an analysis of the debate on Chinese foreign direct investments
        Author: Francesca Ghiretti (War Studies Department - King's College London)
      • British engagement with China in the age of capitalisation and financialisation
        Author: Martin Thorley (University of Nottingham)
      • The Search for a New Policy for China, 1922-1929
        Author: Oliver Yule-Smith (Department of War Studies - King's College London)
      • The end of the ‘golden era’: contextualising Britain’s China policy conceptually and historically
        Author: Zeno Leoni (King's College London)
    • 18:00 19:30
      Roundtable / Becoming Fluent in Fieldwork: (Un)learning What Is Good/Ethical/Responsible Fieldwork Room 6
      Sponsor: Interpretivism in International Relations Working Group
      Chair: Cai Wilkinson (Deakin University)
      Participants: Maria Adriana Deiana (Queen’s University Belfast) , Elena Stavrevska (London School of Economics and Political Science) , Suzanne Klein Schaarsberg (Aberystwyth University) , Wen-Yu Wu (University of Birmingham) , Omer Aijazi (Brunel University London, University of Toronto) , Gemma Bird (University of Liverpool)
    • 18:00 19:30
      Roundtable / Critical friendship or critical distance: Engaging with the military in research Room 2
      Sponsor: War Studies Working Group
      Chair: Benjamin Kienzle (King's College London)
      Participants: Sophy Antrobus (Freeman Air and Space Institute, Kings College London) , Ross McGarry (Department of Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology, University of Liverpool) , Hannah West (University of Bath) , Aiko Holvikivi (Department of Gender Studies, London School of Economics)
    • 18:00 19:30
      Panel / Ethics and World Politics Room 3
      Sponsor: Ethics and World Politics Working Group
      Convener: EWPG Working group
      Chair: Robin Dunford (University of Brighton)
      • Justice in International Trade: Re-Envisioning What It Asks Of Us
        Author: LISA SAMUEL (NEW YORK UNIVERSITY)
      • The practice of international ethics: experimentation, evolution and experientialism
        Author: Marija Antanaviciute (Queen Mary University of London)
      • The Ethics of the Executed: What "Last Letters" Can Teach Us About Just War
        Author: Daniel Brunstetter (UC Irvine)
      • Politics of hospitality in the National Health Service: immigration enforcement through the provision of healthcare in England.
        Author: Moises Vieira (University of Manchester)
    • 18:00 19:30
      Panel / Foreign events through the lens of Russian media Room 5
      Sponsor: Russian and Eurasian Security Working Group
      Convener: Lana Bilalova
      Chair: Precious Chatterje-Doody (Open University)
      • Title: Warfare Agenda-Setting on Russian Television, 2009 - 2019
        Author: Lana Bilalova
      • Title: Forget International Reporting? When war reporting isn’t reporting but sourcing
        Author: Kenzie Burchell (University of Toronto)
      • RT’s International Coverage of the Pandemic and its Reception and Circulation on New Media Platforms
        Author: Vitaly Kazakov (University of Manchester)
    • 18:00 19:30
      Roundtable / Is ‘Critical Security Studies’ relevant to meeting the security challenges of the coming decade? Room 4
      Sponsor: Post-Structural Politics Working Group
      Chair: Thomas Martin (Open University)
      Participants: Michael Clarke (King's College London and former Director General of RUSI) , Nick Ritchie (University of York) , Abigail Watson (Saferworld) , Victoria Basham (Cardiff University) , Camilla Molyneux (All-Party Parliamentary Group on Drones) , Marissa Conway (Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy/University of Bristol)
    • 18:00 19:30
      Panel / Perspectives on Peacebuilding Room 1
      Sponsor: Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding Working Group
      Convener: PKPBG Working group
      Chair: Lenneke Sprik (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
      • Soundscapes of Mostar: Space and art beyond the divided city
        Authors: Lydia Cole (University of Durham) , Stefanie Kappler (Durham University)
      • Entangling detachments: ‘Affinitive peacebuilding’ in the Women’s League of Burma
        Author: Anna-Karin Eriksson (Linnaeus University)
      • Intersecting identities and women activism for peace in the post-Yugoslav area
        Author: Emilie Fort (Durham University)
    • 18:00 19:30
      Panel / The State of War: From the Strategic to the Tactical Room 7
      Sponsor: War Studies Working Group
      Convener: James Rogers (University of Southern Denmark)
      Chair: James Rogers (University of Southern Denmark)
      • Rebel Group Capabilities and Suicide Attacks in Civil Wars
        Authors: Sinem Arslan (University of Essex ) , Milos Popovic (Leiden University )*
      • Simulation, hyperbole, hypocrisy: Soldiers’ negotiations of remote warfare in Iraq
        Authors: Helle Malmvig (DIIS, Senior Researcher) , Jakob Dreyer (University of Copenhagen)
      • Inking Wartime: Military Tattoos and the Temporalities of the War Experience
        Author: Mirko Palestrino (Queen Mary University of London)
      • Fashionable concepts in the field of Strategic Studies
        Author: Chiara Libiseller (King's College London)