Angus McNelly analyses the meaning of the landslide election of the Movement Towards Socialism (MAS) in Bolivia.
Karin Narita writes about the struggle over political interference in appointments to the governing body of the Science Council of Japan, and the importance of this event for academic freedom and the wider political climate in Japan.
This is a cross-disciplinary and cross-institutional seminar series which aims to bring together a diverse body of early career researchers (postdoctoral, PhD students/candidates, and advanced masters) working on the politics of the Middle East.
Summer 2020 schedule published! Every Wednesday at 4PM, details in post.
A call for papers for ‘Doing International Political Sociology’ PhD seminar series.
You are invited to attend seminars given at the end of March and the beginning of April by Marie Beauchamps (SPIR), Anne-Line Rodriguez (SPIR) and Francesca Jensenius (University of Oslo).
In this talk, drawing on 12 months of field research, Rowan Lubbock will examine the contradictory politics of food-politics in Venezuela.
Listen to the podcast of Hindutva and the University, an event held in Queen Mary in January 2020
A new programme, beginning February 2020 is announced for the work-in-progress seminar series, held under the joint umbrella of TheoryLAB and Doing IPS.
Queen Mary’s South Asia Forum presents a teach-in on the relationship between Hindu nationalism and knowledge production, following escalating violent attacks on universities across India.