international studies

Celebrating publications from ISRU members that resulted from Work-In-Progress Seminar Series paper presentations

Posted on 22 May 2019 by Rosa Maryon

ISRU’s goals are to create a vibrant intellectual environment at Cardiff, support the production of world-class research, and build Cardiff’s reputation for research excellence in the area of International Studies. As the 2018/19 academic year draws to a close, we wish to thank all those that have presented, served as discussant or have attended at
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WIP Seminar with Dr Simone Tholens – “Knowledge Production in 21st Century Interventions: Security Assistance as a Global Assemblage” 13.03.2019

Posted on 26 March 2019 by Rosa Maryon

On the 13th of March, Dr Simone Tholens presented her Work-In-Progress paper ‘Knowledge Production in 21st Century Interventions: Security Assistance as a Global Assemblage” at the ISRU WIP seminar.  Dr Tholens is a lecturer in International Relations at the School of Law and Politics at Cardiff University. Among various other academic positions, prior to joining
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“Conceptualising the Establishment of Intergovernmental Organisations: Learning from IPCC and the IPBES” Dr Hannah Hughes & Dr Alice Vadrot

Posted on 20 February 2019 by Rosa Maryon

On the 6th of February the ISRU met to discuss the Work-In-Progress paper entitled ‘Conceptualising the establishment of intergovernmental organisations: Learning from the IPCC and IPBES’. This paper was co-authored by Dr Hannah Hughes and Dr Alice Vadrot. Dr Hannah Hughes is a lecturer in International Relations and Co-director of the Environmental Justice Research Unit
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ISRU Work-In-Progress Seminar Series Schedule Spring 2019

Posted on 15 January 2019 by Rosa Maryon

ISRU Work-In-Progress Sessions 2019 – Wednesdays 16.00-17.30 (LAW 1.28, unless indicated otherwise)   31 January: Dr Christian Arnold, Dr Douglas Atkinson (Cardiff University) & Dr Carsten Schulz (PUC Santiago de Chile) – “Minimal Participation Criteria in International Treaties: Explaining Their Impact on Multilateral Cooperation”   6 February: Dr Hannah Hughes (Cardiff University) & Dr Alice
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Haiti, Liberia and Ethiopia (1914-1945): Black sovereignty in a white world. Musab Younis 

Posted on 22 March 2018 by Rosa Maryon

Work In Progress Seminar. 14.02.2018 On Wednesday the 14th of February Musab Younis, a  Lecturer in International Relations at Cardiff University, presented a paper entitled ‘Haiti, Liberia and Ethiopia (1914-1945): Black Sovereignty in a White World’ at the ISRU biweekly Work In Progress Seminar. Musab Younis completed his PhD at the University of Oxford and has taught
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