CPD @ BISA 2018

Programme of CPD’s panels and activities at the British International Studies Annual Conference, 13th to 15th June 2018.

Group WA04: Wednesday 08:00 AM – 09:30 AM  Panel

Unlearning academia: Disseminating postcolonial critique in/with non academic contexts

Room: Lansdown 1 Groundfloor

Convenor: Franziska Mueller, University of Kassel

Chair: Franziska Müller, University of Kassel

Papers:

  • Connecting the Dots – Timelines of Oppression and Resistance

Daniel Bendix, glokal Berlin

  • mangoes & bullets – Materials for Racism- and Domination-Critical Thinking and Acting

Chandra-Milena Danielzik, glokal Berlin

  • “Bittersweet Pepper – Episodes from the Colonial Present”

Franziska Mueller, University of Kassel

 

WB05: Wednesday 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM  Panel

Identities, mobilities and rights: The relevance of citizenship

Room: Walcot Room 1st floor

Convenor: Terri Anne Teo, Nanyang Technological University

Chair: Terri Anne Teo, Nanyang Technological University

Chair: Gemma Bird, University of Liverpool

Papers:

  • Valuing citizenship: what can citizenship studies tell us about refugees lived experience?

Gemma Bird, University of Liverpool

  • The possibilities of affective empathy? Abjective Vulnerability & The Life in the UK Test

Amanda Russell Beattie , Aston University

  • Citizenship as Third Space

Aoileann Aoileann Ní Mhurchú, University of Manchester

  • Multiculturalism Beyond Citizenship

Terri Anne Teo, Nanyang Technological University

 

WC07: Wednesday 11:45 AM – 13:15 PM  Panel

Decolonial Solidarity, Activism, and the Commodification of Struggle

Room: Camden Room 1st floor

Convenor: Lisa Tilley, Queen Mary University of London

Chair: Anupama Ranawana, University of Aberdeen

Papers:

  • Beyond talking back. Decolonial Learning on Intervention and Solidarity through Blackness

Olivia Umurerwa Rutazibwa, University of Portsmouth

  • The decolonial subject and the problem of non- Western authenticity

Marco Vieira, University of Birmingham

  • The ethics of dehumanisation and the possibility of creaturely witnessing

Oliver Kearns, University of Edinburgh

  • ‘Non-African’ Refugee Entrepreneurs: The Racialised Management and Marketing of Syrian Refugees

Lewis Turner, Arnold Bergstraesser Institute

 

Wednesday 13.30 PM – 14.10 PM

Colonial/ Postcolonial/ Decolonial Working Group Business Meeting

Room: tbc

Agenda:

  1. Membership update
  2. Group activities in last 12 months
  3. Budget spend
  4. Upcoming activities/ direction
  5. Mentoring programme
  6. Working group prizes
  7. Stream for BISA 2019
  8. Working Group convenor elections 2019
  9. AOB

 

WD04: Wednesday 14:15 PM – 15:45 PM  Panel

Reconsidering ‘responsibility’ through a critical analysis of practices

Room: Walcot Room 1st floor

Convenor: Liam Midzain-Gobin, McMaster University

Chair: Caroline Dunton, The George Washington University

Discussant: Meera Sabaratnam, SOAS, University of London

Papers:

  • Revisiting Responsibility in International Relations: Accountability, Practice, and Foreign Policy

Caroline Dunton, The George Washington University

  • Decolonizing Responsibility through Indigenous Resurgence

Liam Midzain-Gobin, McMaster University

  • (Ir)Responsibility and the European Refugee ‘Crisis’: Performing the Humanitarian-Security Nexus

Michael Gordon, McMaster University

  • Between regionalism and free movement: Rethinking responsibility with borderland communities in Central Africa

Dieunedort Wandji, University of Portsmouth

 

TA03: Thursday 08:00 AM – 09:30 AM  Panel 

Security practices and the making of (post)conflict areas

Room: Walcot Room 1st floor

Convenor: Thorsten Bonacker, University of Marburg

Chair: Thorsten Bonacker, University of Marburg

Papers:

  • Securitization and Geopolitics: Russia’s Evolving Policy in Eurasia

David Lewis, University of Exeter

  • Re-Configurations of the Center-Periphery-Relations between Australia and Papua New Guinea

Werner Distler, University of Marburg

  • Postcolonial Security Practices? The Cameroonian Decolonization in Conflict

Maria Ketzmerick, University of Marburg

  • The perpetuation of global hierarchy through targeted killing practices in the “war on terror”

Ingvild Bode, University of Kent

  • Internal colonialism and the security practices of statebuilding

Thorsten Bonacker, University of Marburg

 

TB08: Thursday 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM  Roundtable

On crushed and uncrushed hope: a critical conversation between anticolonial, Indigenous, and emancipatory forms of nationalism

Room: Widcombe Room 1st floor

Convenor: Lisa Tilley, Queen Mary University of London

Chair: Lisa Tilley, Queen Mary University of London

Panellists:

  • Anupama Ranawana, University of Aberdeen
  • Tamara Soukatta, International Institute of Social Studies of the E
  • Pol Bargués Pedreny, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
  • Sara Salem, University of Warwick

 

TD03: Thursday 14:45 PM – 16:15 PM  Panel

Situated Perspectives on the Colonial Global Order

Room: Kindsmead 1 1st floor

Convenor: Lisa Tilley, Queen Mary University of London

Chair: Olivia Rutazibwa, University of Portsmouth

Papers:

  • Oil, Sovereignty and Hierarchy in the Global Order: Iran in the 1930s

Evaleila Pesaran, Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge

  • Resistance and Security networking in a time of fear: A Historical Reading of Iran’s Contemporary Foreign Policy

Ane Kirkegaard, Malmö University

  • The Subaltern Standpoint in the Geopolitical Imaginary – Retrieving the Local in Crimea

Alvina Hoffmann, King’s College London

  • ‘A Most Valuable Propaganda Medium’: The First Twenty Years of the British Council in Cyprus (1935-1955)

Maria Hadjiathanasiou, University of Nicosia

  • South West Africa and International Society: C.A.W. Manning and the Dispute over a Class C Mandate

David Long, Carleton University

 

TE08: Thursday 16:45 PM – 18:15 PM  Roundtable

Decolonising Marx’s Capital Reading Group – http://bit.ly/2csSYSW

Room: Widcombe Room 1st floor

Convenor: Kerem Nisancioglu, SOAS, University of London

Chair: Kerem Nisancioglu, SOAS, University of London

Panellists:

  • Lisa Tilley, Queen Mary, University of London
  • Sara Salem, University of Warwick
  • Maia Pal, Oxford Brookes University
  • Nivi Manchanda, Queen Mary, University of London
  • Meera Sabaratnam, SOAS, University of London

 

Thursday 20:30 PM

Colonial/ Postcolonial/ Decolonial Working Group Drinks

The Star Inn, 23 Vineyards, Bath BA1 5NA

 

FA08: Friday 08:00 AM – 09:30 AM  Roundtable

Interrogating Archives in International Relations

Room: Bathwick room 1st floor

Convenor: Kalathmika Natarajan, University of Copenhagen

Chair: Lisa Tilley, Queen Mary, University of London

Panellists:

  • Vipul Dutta, Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati, India
  • Alexander Davis, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia
  • Raphaëlle Khan, German Institute of Global and Area Studies (GIGA)
  • Medha Medha, German Institute of Global and Area Studies (GIGA)
  • Kalathmika Natarajan, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

FB04: Friday 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM  Panel

Law, Justice, Global Governance and the Colonial Question

Room: Walcot Room 1st floor

Convenor: Lisa Tilley, Queen Mary University of London

Chair: Alvina Hoffman, King’s College London

Papers:

  • The imperialist in my trishaw: explorations on Lay Buddhist nationalism in post war Sri Lanka

Anupama Ranawana, Centre for Poverty Analysis

  • Colonialism, law and legitimacy: the transformations of the Israeli military legal system

Maayan Geva, University of Roehampton

  • Temporalizing and spatializing justice: narratives and discourses on retribution and redemption in international law

Renato Sabbagh Bahia, Aberystwyth University

  • Decolonising the philosophical anthropology of sustainability in global governance

Jenneth Parker, The Schumacher Institute

  • Re-Narrating San Francisco: The United Nations and Anti-Colonial Resistance

Katy Harsant, University of Warwick

FC09: Friday 11:45 AM – 13:15 PM  Panel

Space, place, epistemic orders and the cartographic impulse

Room: Camden Room 1st floor

Convenor: Lisa Tilley, Queen Mary University of London

Chair: Nivi Manchanda, Queen Mary University of London

Panels:

  • Urbanization and International Order

William Rooke, London School of Economics

  • Disappearances among favelas dwellers: a result of abject places and lives.

Sabrina Villenave, University of Manchester

  • Travelling with maps after cartography critiques

Pol Bargues Pedreny, University of Groningen

  • Do Not Touch: Museums and the International Politics of Display

Jayashree Vivekanandan, South Asian University

FE10: Friday 16:15 PM – 17:45 PM  Roundtable

Density & Atrocity: Reflections from the Intersections of Urban Life

Room: Lansdown 2 Groundfloor

Convenor: Lisa Tilley, Queen Mary University of London

Chair: Lisa Tilley, Queen Mary University of London

Panellists:

  • Sabrina Villenave, University of Manchester
  • Lisa Tilley, Queen Mary University of London
  • Sarah Phinney, University of Manchester

 

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