EWIS 2020 Workshops

 

WS A: Anxiety in International Relations

WS AB: Applying Feminist Institutionalist Approaches to the Study of International Relations

WS B: Being Precise, Becoming Collateral: Cultures of Military Precision

WS BA: Breaking Bad/Making Good: Fostering Ethical Leadership Out of Political Crises

WS C: Contested Connections: Infrastructures, Capitalism, and Geopolitics

WS CA: Contested Sovereignty as the Norm: Snapshots from the Continuum of Evolving Statehood from Taiwan to Brexit

WS D: Democratic Security: Concepts, Practices and Consequences

WS E: Making the State-System Unfamiliar: The Dynamics of the Global Empire-System, 1856-1955

WS F: ‘Fields’ of IR: (Epistemic) Violence, Real-Life Encounters and Methodologies

WS G: Global Governance in the Digital Age

WS GA: Global Affairs’ Academic Writing Workshop

WS H: (Re-)Imagining Security: Between Science, Technology and Fiction

WS I: Intelligence in Contemporary Times: Towards a Transversal Research Agenda

WS J: Security Knowledge Production through ‘North-South’ Coalitions and Negotiations

WS K: Peace in Plural: Decolonial (and) Feminist Approaches to Peace(-building)

WS L: The Local Lives of International Organization – Researching IOs “in the Field”

WS M: Multiplicity: IR’s Strangely Familiar Common Ground

WS N: Non-Western Agency in World Politics: Decentering Objects, Perceptions and Theories

WS O: Thinking Outside the Box about the Inside of the (Black) Box: Second Image Reconsidered (CEEISA)

WS P: Prudence in World Politics (CEEISA)

WS Q: Post-Growth in World Politics: Exploring the Strange within the Familiar

WS R: Change in EU-Russia Relations. Integrating New Approaches

WS S: Status Symbols in World Politics

WS T: The Commercial in/for IR: Authority and Legitimacy of Private Tech Companies

WS U: Researching Security Communities of Practice: Ethical Concerns, Challenges and Coping Strategies

WS V: A Transatlantic Divide? Strangeness and Familiarity in European Approaches to Remote Warfare

WS W: Walls and Wars: The Militarization of Contemporary Border Security Policies

WS X: Prevention between Security and Social Politics – Spaces of Contestation

WS Y: Strangeness as an Asset: Self-Reflexivity in Global Social and Development Policy

WS Z: Cosmologies of the End