‘A Schizo-Revolutionary Labial Art-Politics’ has won the Sir Ernest Barker Prize for best doctoral thesis in political theory from the Political Studies Association. Hollie Mackenzie … Read more
Month: March 2021
Which Charity Will You Nominate?
The charity with the most nominations will receive a donation from the School of Politics and International Relations. If you haven’t done so already there … Read more
Making the most of your year abroad: Kent to Capitol Hill
Freddie Mallinson, a 4th year undergraduate in the School of Politics and International Relations, had no idea that his year abroad would lead directly to … Read more
The feminist turn in foreign policy and diplomacy
Taking a particular feminist view on the male-dominated realm of foreign policy and diplomacy, Dr Nadine Ansorg collaborates on a chapter in the prestigious Routledge … Read more
GEC Research Fellows Contribute to Book on the EU’s Principled Pragmatism Towards Russia
Mid-April Brill is publishing a book: ‘Principled Pragmatism in Practice. The EU’s Policy towards Russia after Crimea’. The volume is edited by Fabienne Bossuyt and … Read more
SPIRRS, back for 2021!
The School of Politics and International Relations Research Seminar Series (SPIRRS) programme is UP for 2020. SPIRRS is the research seminar for the School of … Read more
Finalist Event: Thinking of doing a Master’s in Politics and International Relations?
Hear from our Director of Graduate Studies for Taught MA Programmes, Dr Tim Aistrope, about what you can expect from a Master’s degree in Politics … Read more
‘Sound and Sense: Phonology and Human Difference in late Ming China’
Professor Leigh Jenco, from the London School of Economics examines some unusual sources of political thinking in the Ming dynasty of the late 16th and … Read more
Integrated Review of Security, Defence, Development and Foreign Policy
On 16 March 2021 Professor Elena Korosteleva received a thank-you letter from the Cabinet Office, for her contribution to the recently published Government Integrated … Read more
UKC Politics Society welcomes Jess Phillips MP
Shadow Minister for Domestic Violence and Safeguarding, Jess Phillips MP will join the Politics Society for an open Q&A session about everything from the future … Read more