Future Events

Throughout the year Critical Global Politics host a series of events which showcase the cluster’s research output as well as bringing together some of the leading critical theorists with an interest in politics and international relations. All the events below…

Politics in Times of Anxiety

In the wake of the 9/11 attacks, worries over public safety and security became a central issue across the world. The subsequent crisis that broke out in 2008 in the USA and gradually spread in Europe initiated a protracted period…

Video and Audio Archive

You can now relive some of the numerous events Critical Global Politics have hosted. These events have involved some of the world’s leading critical thinkers. New content is added to this page all the time. 9th – 11th June Politics…

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Leverhulme Visiting Professorship – V. Spike Peterson

The Critical Global Politics Cluster is delighted to be hosting Professor V. Spike Peterson at the University of Manchester as a Leverhulme Visiting Professor, between the 1st of July and the 22nd of December 2016. Professor Peterson’s pioneering work on intimacy and…

Adi Kuntsman: Digital Militarism – Israel’s Occupation in the Social Media Age

On the 20th May, 2pm-3.30pm (Samuel Alexander A116), we are delighted to be hosting a seminar with Adi Kuntsman who will be talking about her new book entitled Digital Militarism – Israel’s Occupation in the Social Media Age (co-authored with…

Roundtable: What is the future of Critical Global Politics?

To launch the Critical Global Politics Cluster (formerly the Post-structural and Critical Thought Cluster), a roundtable will be hosted, featuring: Nick Vaughan-Williams (University of Warwick), author of Beyond Biopolitical Border Security: Spatial Technologies of Power in Europe (Oxford University Press,…

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Cybersecurity

Workshop: The European Union: A Cybersecurity Actor?

Since its first use in the 1990s by computer scientists, cybersecurity has transcended its mere technical conception of computer security to become the expression of a worst-case scenario with devastating societal effects. The question of cybersecurity is thus no more…

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Many voices, Many Politics: Locating Politics across the disciplinary spectrum

Many voices, Many Politics: Locating Politics across the disciplinary spectrum An Interdisciplinary Roundtable series Politics is increasingly recognized as a site of contestation over broad questions about the legitimacy of the social order: namely, ‘what’ and/or ‘who’ counts as important and…

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