I’ll be joining the IR-crowd at the upcoming International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Convention this week in Toronto, Canada. Trying to combine it with my first year full-teaching Assistant Prof. position it will be a bit of a shorter visit but you can still find me in the following three panels, presenting two papers in the first whilst chairing the last.
… and if I may pick a favourite: I am thoroughly enjoying working on the later paper at the moment, ‘The Politics of Pity‘, which I will present on Friday.
|Paper:||Saving Strangers: On Social Distance, Socio‐emotional ‘Othering’ and State Foreign Policy|
|Slot:||TC67: Thursday 1:45 PM – 3:30 PM|
|Panel:||Psychological Dimensions of Foreign Policy|
|Deborah W. Larson/ Femke E. Bakker|
|Paper:||The Politics of Pity|
|Slot:||FD14: Friday 4:00 PM – 5:45 PM|
|Panel:||The Politics of Pity|
|Andreja Zevnik/ Asli Calkivik|
And I will be chairing:
|Panel:||Group Identities and Identification|
|Slot:||SC66: Saturday 1:45 PM – 3:30 PM|
|Panelists:||Martha (Dee) Phelps; Amoz Hor; Michal Kolmas; Luca Dorottya Pihaj; and Arthur Duhé|
For the conference website and full program, click here.