Gregynog Hall

Gregynog Hall

19 February 2019

** Please note that the deadline for Early Bird registration fee is March 1 2019.**

We all hope you will be able to join us at Gregynog. If you have any questions please email us on: gregynogideaslab@gmail.com

Thanks.
Your Gregynog VIII Organising Team


Gregynog Ideas Lab VIII Summer School
8-13 July 2019
Gregynog Hall, Newtown, Powys, Mid Wales, UK
Gregynog Ideas Lab blogspot.

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Gregynog Ideas Lab is a unique opportunity for graduate students and academics engaged in work in international politics from a range of critical, postcolonial, feminist, post-structural and psychoanalytic traditions to re-examine their work and meet others engaged in similar areas. It is located within the broad realm of international politics, critical methods and various interdisciplinary approaches. You can have a look at last year's program to get a sense of the diversity of some of the programmes and subjects discussed here.

This year Gregynog Ideas Lab VII welcomes back the following guest professors from previous years: Andrew Davison, Jenny Edkins, Himadeep Muppidi, Erzsebet Strausz, Rob (R.B.J.) Walker and Andreja Zevnik as well as a few new faces Angharad Closs Stephens and Akanksha Mehta. There are more to come!

In addition this year we will invite a couple of new professors to join us at Gregynog for a few days. We introduce this format two years ago when we invited Martin Coward, Elena Barabantseva, Michael Dillon, Yvonne Rinkhart and Andrew Russell. The format worked very well hence we decided to continue with it this year.

The Gregynog Ideas Lab VI Summer School offers:
- a wide range of seminars, workshops, one-on-one activities and consultations offered by leading scholars and creative practitioners 
- new opportunities to present and discuss your work 
- constructive feedback on your research
- discussion sessions and other events focused on critical pedagogy 
- problem oriented panels and discussion groups (i.e. on publishing, fieldwork etc)
- a friendly and engaged “network” of students, academics, and artists

The Gregynog Ideas Lab is a residential summer school situated in the beautiful grounds of Gregynog Hall, Newtown, Powys, Mid Wales.  Please note that places are limited (30) and allocated on a first come first served basis. Thus we would advise you to consult our booking options (see our blogspot or booking form) and book fast. The registration fee covers your stay in Gregynog (5 days, full board), academic programmes and various other activities planned for the duration of the event. The only other expense you will have to cover is your travel to Gregynog.

27 November 2018

BOOKING FOR 2019 ARE NOW OPEN.

Gregynog Ideas Lab VIII Summer School
8-13 July 2019
Gregynog Hall, Newtown, Powys, Mid Wales, UK
Gregynog Ideas Lab blogspot.

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Gregynog Ideas Lab is a unique opportunity for graduate students and academics engaged in work in international politics from a range of critical, postcolonial, feminist, post-structural and psychoanalytic traditions to re-examine their work and meet others engaged in similar areas. It is located within the broad realm of international politics, critical methods and various interdisciplinary approaches. You can have a look at last year's program to get a sense of the diversity of some of the programmes and subjects discussed here.

This year Gregynog Ideas Lab VII welcomes back the following guest professors from previous years: Andrew Davison, Jenny Edkins, Himadeep Muppidi, Erzsebet Strausz, Rob (R.B.J.) Walker and Andreja Zevnik as well as a few new faces Angharad Closs Stephens and Akanksha Mehta. There are more to come!

In addition this year we will invite a couple of new professors to join us at Gregynog for a few days. We introduce this format two years ago when we invited Martin Coward, Elena Barabantseva, Michael Dillon, Yvonne Rinkhart and Andrew Russell. The format worked very well hence we decided to continue with it this year.

The Gregynog Ideas Lab VI Summer School offers:
- a wide range of seminars, workshops, one-on-one activities and consultations offered by leading scholars and creative practitioners 
- new opportunities to present and discuss your work 
- constructive feedback on your research
- discussion sessions and other events focused on critical pedagogy 
- problem oriented panels and discussion groups (i.e. on publishing, fieldwork etc)
- a friendly and engaged “network” of students, academics, and artists

The Gregynog Ideas Lab is a residential summer school situated in the beautiful grounds of Gregynog Hall, Newtown, Powys, Mid Wales.  Please note that places are limited (30) and allocated on a first come first served basis. Thus we would advise you to consult our booking options (see our blogspot or booking form) and book fast. The registration fee covers your stay in Gregynog (5 days, full board), academic programmes and various other activities planned for the duration of the event. The only other expense you will have to cover is your travel to Gregynog.


If you have any questions about the summer school and the bookings, please get in touch with us (Andreja and the organising team) on gregynogideaslab@gmail.com.

12 November 2018

Bookings for 2019 Gregynog Ideas Lab will open soon.

Bookings for 8th iteration of the Gregynog Ideas Summer School (July 8 - 13 2018) are to open very soon. Stay tuned for the announcements on Guest Professors, seminars and other activities.