a research network at Sussex university email@example.com
spring-summer 2003 fortnightly seminars Wednesdays at 3 pm in EDB 340
5 March Marie-Benedicte Dembour & Emily Haslam (Sussex): Victim-Witnesses at War Crimes Trials: Silencing Hearings?
(Thursday) 5 June, 2 pm, room to be announced: Michael Mann (Sociology, UCLA) Explaining murderous ethnic cleansing: eight theses
past sessions and online papers:
Marlies Glasius (LSE) ‘Women’s
Groups v. Pro-Lifers at UN fora: Who is the real civil society?
David Campbell (Newcastle): The Biopolitics of Security: Oil,
Empire and the SUV
William Outhwaite (Sussex): Habermas
and Global Justice
8 January postponed due to illness Andrew Chitty (Sussex): Hegel, Recognition and Human Rights
4 December Dr Greg Kent, University of Sussex: 'Britain and the War against Bosnia: foreign policy and media representation'
4 November (in the IR & Politics series): Martin Shaw, University of Sussex: Risk-transfer militarism, small massacres and the historic legitimacy of war, Mon , 3 pm, C219
30 October Dr Martin Coward, Lecturer in International Relations, University of Sussex: Urbicide in Bosnia (Paper prepared for conference "Cities as Strategic Sites: Militarisation, Anti-Globalisation and Warfare", 6th - 9th November 2002. Draft, do not cite without author's permission.)
16 October Roundtable: War against Iraq? Professor Mary Kaldor, London School of Economics; Professor Martin Shaw, University of Sussex; Yasser Alaskary, Iraqi Prospect Organisation
1 May Inaugural roundtable: Global justice from Milosevic to Sharon ... and Arafat? Zdenek Kavan (International Relations), Emily Haslam (Law), Martin Shaw (International Relations) Julian Saurin (International Relations) Chair: Richard Wilson (Social Anthropology)
editorial group Zdenek Kavan, Martin Shaw, Neil Stammers, Richard Wilson University of Sussex, Brighton BN1 9SN
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