Episode 3 – Women in International Thought: GPU in Conversation with Professor Kimberly Hutchings

Episode 3 – Women in International Thought: GPU in Conversation with Professor Kimberly Hutchings
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In this episode, GPU discusses Professor Kimberly Hutchings’s latest book centering on the place of women in international thought. Co-edited with Patricia Owens, Katharina Rietzler, and Sarah Dunstan, Women’s International Thought: towards a new canon takes the form of an anthology visiting the way women transformed the practice of international relations from the early to the mid-20th century period and explores the impact of women in important areas of International Relations, ranging from diplomacy and foreign policy to religion and ethics.

The book is available at Cambridge University Press: https://www.cambridge.org/core/books/abs/womens-international-thought-towards-a-new-canon/womens-international-thought-towards-a-new-canon/2420E2DEF69F45DA8D99FE1DA2BD61C3

Episode 2 – Rock the (IR) boat! Dr Joanne Yao’s GPU interview about The Ideal River – How control of nature shaped the international order

Episode 2 - Rock the (IR) boat! Dr Joanne Yao's GPU interview about The Ideal River – How control of nature shaped the international order
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In this second episode of GPU’s podcast, Dr Joanne Yao has accepted to give an exclusive interview to Dr Sharri Plonski and Dr Katharine Hall where she discusses her work in greater details and the writing process of The Ideal River – How control of nature shaped the international order.

To order the book on Manchester University Press’ website: https://manchesteruniversitypress.co.uk/9781526154385/

Book launch’s discussion in full: https://soundcloud.com/user-38194790/the-ideal-river-joanne-yao-book-launch

Episode 1 – Rock the (IR) Boat! Joanne Yao’s The Ideal River hot take on International Politics’ Relationship with Nature

Episode 1 – Rock the (IR) Boat! Joanne Yao’s The Ideal River hot take on International Politics’ Relationship with Nature
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GPU is proud to inaugurate the first episode of its podcast with Dr Joanne Yao’s book launch, lecturer in International Relations at Queen Mary University of London. In her book, The Ideal River – How control of nature shaped the international order, Joanne explores how the quest to tame nature during the 18th and 19th Century came to shape the global geographical imaginary, as well as IR concepts central to the emergence of the early international order. Joanne had the pleasure to discuss her work with academic friends on a boat in Hackney, and GPU compiled the best moments of this encounter in this episode.

The book is available to order on Manchester University Press’ website here: https://manchesteruniversitypress.co.uk/9781526154385/

Book launch’s discussion in full: https://soundcloud.com/user-38194790/the-ideal-river-joanne-yao-book-launch

EVENT – SURVIVING SOCIETY PRESENTS: MATERIAL CRIMES, 6.30-9PM, THURSDAY 14TH JULY 2022, CONWAY HALL (Co-sponsored by GPU)

GPU is proud to co-sponsor the launch of Material Crimes, a podcast produced in collaboration with Surviving Society.

Come and celebrate the launch of Material Crimes, a podcast produced in collaboration with Surviving Society! We’ll hear from the authors behind our season one episodes – Daniel Selwyn, Mor Cohen, Sharri Plonski, and Shereen Fernandez – who will discuss the relationship between infrastructure, capitalism, and colonialism with Surviving Society’s regular hosts, Chantelle Lewis and Tissot Regis and the rest of the creative team. Artworks made for the project by Frederick Kannemeyer will also be on display. There may even be a sneak preview of some of the episodes…….

We will also have some refreshments for everyone to enjoy.

The event will be held in the Brockway Room at Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square, WC1R 4RL, 6.30 – 9pm. The launch is free, but entry will be on a first come first served basis, so get there early! You can RSVP using this Eventbrite link. We look forward to seeing you there!