This week I will be at the European International Studies Association (EISA) 12th Pan-European Conference on International Relations in Prague, Czech Republic.
Although I’ll be around earlier, you can find me on Friday morning in the following two consecutive panels each taking a slightly different perspective on ‘social distance‘ and the role of emotions in IR.
|Paper:||Humanitarian Selectivity. Addressing the Socio-emotional Side of Intervention Decisions and Support for Humanitarian Aid|
|Slot:||Friday, Sept. 14, 09:00-10:45, RB 106|
|Panel:||What is ‘Humanitarian’ in International Relations? Meanings of a contested concept|
|Section:||S22: Humanitarian Affairs in International Relations|
|Paper:||Saving Strangers: On Social Distance in International Relations|
|Slot:||Friday, Sept. 14, 11:15-13:00, SB 227|
|Panel:||Engaging with Difference for Peace|
|Section:||S48: The Politics of Otherness|
For the conference website and full program, click here.