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    ... From: Jenny Edkins Date: Mon, Oct 31, 2011 at 5:55 AM Subject: Gregynog Ideas Lab: Summer School in PostInternational Politics
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      From: Jenny Edkins <jennyedkins@...>
      Date: Mon, Oct 31, 2011 at 5:55 AM
      Subject: Gregynog Ideas Lab: Summer School in PostInternational Politics 9-14 July, 2012

      GREGYNOG IDEAS LAB

      Summer School in PostInternational Politics

      Gregynog, 9-14 July 2012

      The inaugural Gregynog Ideas Lab, a Summer School in PostInternational Politics, will take place 9-14 July, 2012. The Summer School will provide a unique opportunity for graduate students and academics to return to key texts and thinkers from critical, postcolonial, feminist, post-structural and psychoanalytic traditions, to re-examine their work and how it has been employed in international politics, and to ask whether the radical potential of this work is in danger of being lost.

      A series of lectures and seminars by guest professors who are key figures in the field will be combined with discussion groups—formal and informal—based on assigned pre-readings. Held in the unique surroundings of Gregynog Hall, the Summer School offers a week of intensive immersion in this thought for those new to the field or isolated in their own institutions in a supportive and friendly residential environment.

      Our guest professors will be:

      o       Richard K Ashley
      o       Diana Coole
      o       Jenny Edkins
      o       Naeem Inayatullah
      o       Louiza Odysseos (tbc)
      o       Mustapha Pasha
      o       Michael J Shapiro
      o       Maria Stern
      o       R.B.J. Walker
      o       Marysia Zalewski
      o       Maja Zehfuss


      For more information about the event and on how to apply please visit: http://www.gregynog.blogspot.com/

      --
      Annick T.R. Wibben, Ph.D.

      Chair, International Studies
      Associate Professor, Politics
      University of San Francisco
      2130 Fulton Street
      San Francisco, CA 94117-1080
      U.S.A.

      Phone 415.422.5058
      Fax 415.422.2101
      Email awibben@...

      Author of Feminist Security Studies: A narrative approach (Routledge, 2011):
      http://www.routledge.com/978-0-415-45728-6


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