BSIS 20th Anniversary Lecture Series

The Brussels School of International Studies (BSIS) is marking its 20th anniversary of teaching, study and research in the ‘Capital of Europe’ with a series of lectures.

University of Kent students attending these lectures can claim 5 Employability Points per lecture.

Forthcoming talks and lectures include:

22 October

Prof. Gerard Toal (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University)

Atlanticism and Empire


8 November

Dr Bradford Smith (Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights)

Human Rights of Children in the Context of International Migration


15 November

Dr Paolo Dardanelli (University of Kent)

Restructuring Europe


22 November

Prof. Stathis Kalyvas (University of Oxford)

What do we really know about civil wars? A heterodox proposal


6 December

Prof. Antonello Tancredi (University of Palermo)

Exit or Voice: Secessionist Referenda in International Law


Spring 2019

14 February

Prof. Caroline Rooney (University of Kent)

Politics as Theatre in Hannah Arendt’s The Human Condition


21 February

Prof. Lene Hansen (University of Copenhagen)

Images and International Security: How Visual Representations Impact World Politics


28 February

Martin Sauter (Pastor-in-Residence at the University Lutheran Chapel Berkeley, California)

Welcome to the Anthropocene! … and Now What … ?


7 March

Dr Sinéad Ring (University of Kent)

‘Stealthing’ and the Law: Why Non-Consensual Condom Removal Should be Criminalised


28 March

Dr Timothy McCarthy (Harvard Kennedy School, Harvard University)

Stonewall’s Children: the Past, Present, and Future of LGBTQ Politics in the United States


For more information, please see here.