Gregynog Hall

Gregynog Hall

06 April 2014

Plenary Programme announced!

We are delighted to announce that the programme of plenary sessions for Gregynog Ideas Lab III has been finalised. We will have Guest Professor Roundtables on Time and the Event; Time and Subjectivity; The State of Violence;  and  Poststructuralism, Postcolonialism and Feminism. In the final session of the week, Generation and Critique, Mick Dillon, Mike Shapiro and Rob Walker reflect on the past 20-30 years of critical work in International Relations, and where we go from here. Full details of all these sessions, and the Practical Workshops (on Storytelling and/as Method;  Book and Journal Publishing; and Critique and Careers) are available by clicking on the link on the right. The full details of our Guest Professor Seminars, the highlight of the school, are also available on the right, as are a draft Schedule and brief bios of all our Guest Professors.

At present we have ten places remaining: we already have bookings from an amazing and international group of graduate students and early career faculty working on a wide range of topics (including: identity, the body, discourse, power, security apparatuses, historiography, time, 'freedom', cybersecurity, aesthetics, sovereignty, critical theory, memory, meaning production, feminist IPE, post-conflict interventions, development, affect, materiality, peacekeeping, narrative, language and discursive practice, war photography, militarism, risk, finance and anti-colonial thought).

Booking forms can be downloaded from the links on the right and should be returned, with payment, to If you have any queries or need help with your booking, or want to make sure places are still available before you send in your form, please contact Yvonne Rinkart on the same email.

We look forward to seeing you in the summer!
Best wishes