New book on political legitimacy by Dr Kathy Dodworth hailed as ‘truly ground-breaking’
A new book by Dr Kathy Dodworth about legitimacy in politics has been called ‘truly ground-breaking’ by reviewers. In her book, Kathy bridges African studies, international relations and political theory with detailed empirical enquiry.
REF 2021: Social Work and Social Policy at the University of Edinburgh
The publication of results from REF2021 illustrates the diversity and strength of contributions to research, policy and practice in Social Work and Social Policy from community to global levels.
REF 2021: Politics and International Relations at the University of Edinburgh
The publication of the results from REF2021 reflects the world-leading quality of research outputs, impact and research support for staff in Politics and International Relations.
Gender Politics Reading Group - Judith Butler Deep Dive
The Gender Politics Reading Group is delighted to launch its inaugural 'Deep Dive' Event! The Deep Dive is series of 7 events, held over 6 weeks, designed to acquaint (or re-acquaint) academic staff and PGT students with the seminal works of a particularly notable feminist scholar. The Deep Dive will represent an unparalleled opportunity for time strapped academics to develop thoroughgoing and critical insights into feminist theory.
Call for abstracts - Early-Career Researcher Workshop - Multidisciplinary Research Methods in EU Law
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
The University of Edinburgh’s FUTURES Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence and Europa Institute are delighted to convene an Early-Career Researcher Workshop on ‘Multidisciplinary Research Methods in EU Law’ to explore these themes and questions. Taking place on 26-27 May 2022 at the School of Law (in-person if circumstances allow), the workshop will provide a forum for early-career researchers to
share their work-in-progress in a constructive and interdisciplinary setting.
Discipline, method or field? The place of education in the social sciences
Reflecting on the public intellectualism and scholarship of Professor Lindsay Paterson, the seminar will discuss the role, place and uses of education in understanding social change.
CRITIQUE Virtual Author-Meets-Critics The Epistemology of Protest: Silencing, Epistemic Activism and the Communicative Life of Resistance
CRITIQUE presents a Virtual Author-Meets-Critics with José Medina (Northwestern University) on his book manuscript The Epistemology of Protest: Silencing, Epistemic Activism and the Communicative Life of Resistance.