Politicologenetmaal, June 13-14

Together with Tim Haesebrouck (Universiteit Gent), I am hosting a workshop at the upcoming ‘Politicologenetmaal’ — the Dutch /Flemish 24hrs political science conferenceat the University of Antwerp this week:

Understanding Foreign Policy: The Interplay Between Domestic and International Politics

You can find the original call for papers here and for those who could not join this year, perhaps we will see each other in 2020!

60th ISA Annual Convention, March 27-30

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.

First paper:

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
Chair/
discussant:
Deborah W. Larson/ Femke E. Bakker

Second paper:

Paper: The Politics of Pity
Slot: FD14: Friday 4:00 PM – 5:45 PM
Panel: The Politics of Pity
Chair/
discussant:
Andreja Zevnik/ Asli Calkivik

And I will be chairing:

Panel: Group Identities and Identification
Slot: SC66: Saturday 1:45 PM – 3:30 PM
Discussant: Bahar Rumelili
Panelists: Martha (Dee) Phelps; Amoz Hor; Michal Kolmas; Luca Dorottya Pihaj; and Arthur Duhé

 

For the conference website and full program, click here.