ISGA Research Seminar Series 2022
ISGA will organise the Research Seminar Series on Mondays between 13.00 and 14.00 hrs. in the common room and via Teams.
The purpose of the research seminar series is three-fold:
- to provide a friendly and constructive environment for all colleagues to present their work in progress to each other (this can be either an article you are working on, a chapter for your PhD dissertation, a major or minor idea for a grant proposal…etc) and to receive constructive feed-back.
- To raise cross-research group awareness of each other’s work, engage collectively in core ISGA research topics, stimulate exchanges of ideas and potential research collaborations for the future.
- From time to time, use some of the slots to invite external speakers to talk on international research related to ISGA’s research themes and thereby strengthening our national and international exchange of ideas.
- Monday 28 March
Is Cyber International Law International?
by François Delerue
- Thursday 14 April at 17:00 hrs
The Government of Emergency: Vital Systems, Expertise, and the Politics of Security, (Andrew Lakoff, University of San Diego)
- Monday 25 April
The Russo-Ukrainian War and Implications for Conventional Arms Control in Europe
by William Lippert
- Monday 9 May
Changing usage of 'Violence' over time
by Jolien van Breen
- Monday 23 May
Polycentrism: How Governing Works Today
by Jan Aart Scholte, ISGA/Political Science
- Monday 30 May
Rethinking migration governance between the EU and West Africa: a matter of interpretation?
by Martina Abisso
- Monday 20 June
Treasury’s Famine and the Poverty of Sanction Theory: On the Scourging of Afghanistan
by Matthew Hoye
- Monday 27 June
Male victims of intimate partner violence and homicide
by Alexandra Lysova
- Monday 12 September
Theorizing the stability of Asia-Pacific Relations?
by Yung Lin
- Monday 10 October
Individual agency in the protection of civilians by UN peace operations
by Tom Buitelaar
- Monday 17 October
National Human Rights Institutions as Expert Actors in Global Human Rights Governance: The Case of the UN Universal Periodic Review
by Valentina Carraro
- Monday 24 October
by Sara Perlstein
- Monday 7 November
- Monday 14 November
Communicating secrets: the motives, methods, and risks of using intelligence for influence in domestic and international politics
by Thomas Maguire
- Monday 21 November
Unveiling the role of Small States and Individuals in European Security Governance
by Sophie Vériter
- Monday 28 November
- Monday 5 December
- Monday 12 December
The research seminars are open to all levels of seniority - ranging from PhD candidates to senior professors in order to ensure a vibrant exchange and also feed-back opportunities for all.
For further information, please contact Dr Lydie Cabane.