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Loughborough University

Politics, History and International Relations

Seminar Series

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The Department, in conjunction with the Centre for the Study of International Governance (CSIG) and the Anarchism Research Group, hosts a regular research seminar series. The speakers we attract come from a diverse array of disciplines, and talk on a variety of topics. We host academics from Britain and internationally, as well as policy-makers and experts from think tanks at home and abroad.

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Unless otherwise stated talks take place in Schofield A204 on Wednesdays at 17.00

5 February



12 February



19 February






26 February



27 February

Prof David Chandler (CSIG)[SS1] 

Resilience and International Governance










11 March 13.00 U020

Dr Matthew o’Callaghan

(Prospective Labour Party Candidate for Loughborough)

Good Politics and Good Food (tbc)

12 March

Diane Morgan (Leeds)

Hospitality, New Anarchism and Nomadic Utopias: the work of René Schérer (tbc)

19 March






26 March

Stephen Shukaitis  (Essex)




9 April



23 April

Morgan Gibson (tbc)


30 April

Judith Suissa (Institute of Education, London)


7 May



14 May

Richard Cleminson


21 May

Prof. Mark Duffield



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To see the list of previous seminars click here.