Department Seminar

The Department of International Relations regularly hosts and co-host public lectures, book launches, panel discussions and seminars. We cordially invite you to our events which will be held on CEU Vienna campus. Registration for all events is required. It's also possible to follow the events on Zoom, but we strongly prefer on site participation. More information on each event can be found on the CEU event hub, in the event section.  
Click on the titles to learn more about each event, to find a Zoom link, and register for on site participation

 

Winter and Spring term events 2023

GUEST SPEAKER TALK

Anton Shekhovtsov / Russia Today from Soft Power to Political Warfare / 25 January, 17:30 - 19:00 / D 001 / co-organized with Nationalism Studies Program, Nationalism studies research group, Conflict and security research group 
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DEPARTMENTAL SEMINAR

Valentin Seidler / Transplanted Development – how colonial bureaucrats shaped the political and economic trajectories of former British colonies / 27 January, 12:30 - 14:00 / B421

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DEPARTMENTAL SEMINAR

Christian Haddad / Global Health under the imperatives of security and innovation / 17 February, 13:30 - 15:00 / QS C-419

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DEPARTMENTAL SEMINAR

Adaora Osundi-Oti / Strategic Partnership Agreement Between China and Nigeria: Why Does it Matter?24 February, 12:30 - 14:00 / B421

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GUEST SPEAKER TALK

Benoît Pelopidas / Scoping Nuclear Weapons Futures / 1 March, 15:30 - 17:00 / QS Auditorium / co-organised with CIVICA

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DEPARTMENTAL SEMINAR

Dagmar Vorlíček / The memory of security infrastructures / 17 March, 14:30 - 16:00 / QS C419
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DEPARTMENTAL SEMINAR

Lucien Vilhalva de Campos / Analysis and Presentation of Results: A Roundtable about the Sea Rescue Cause on the Central Mediterranean / 29 March, 12:40 - 14:00 / QS C419

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GUEST SPEAKER TALK

Halvard Leira and Benjamin de Carvalho / The Sea and International Relations / 13 April, 15:30 - 17:00 / QS C419
co-organized with the IR Department, Webster Vienna Private University
Global Politics and Practice Research Group (GPP)


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DEPARTMENTAL SEMINAR

Monika Kubova / Neutrality and International Order(s): between Deviancy and Normalcy / 26 April, 12:30 - 14:00 / QS C419

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DEPARTMENTAL SEMINAR

Balázs Szent-Iványi, Dora Piroska / The Political Economy of Development Coordination: Team Europe, Development Banks, and the Marketization of Aid / 15 May, 12:30 - 14:00 / QS C- 419

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GUEST SPEAKER TALK

Joseph Parent / Freedom in International Relations Theory / 7 June, 15:30 - 17:00 / Auditorium

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Fall term 2022 (past events) 

ROUND TABLE TALK

Carles Puigdemont / The Contestation of Statehood and Sovereignty in Europe: The Case of Catalonia / 22 September, 17:30-19:00 / QS Auditorium / co-organized with Nationalism Studies Program

DEPARTMENTAL SEMINAR

Alexander Etkind Russia against Modernity: Resource Dependency, Family Structure, and the New Militarism / 23 September, 13:30-15:00 / QS B-319 Senate


GUEST SPEAKER TALK

Moran Stern / From the Arab Spring to the Abraham Accords: Israel's Shifting Place in the Middle East 28 September / QS Auditorium / co-organized with Nationalism Studies and Jewish Studies Programs

 

DEPARTMENTAL SEMINAR

Raluca Csernatoni/ Artificial Security and the Politics of Hype in the EU / 30 September, 13:30-15:00 / QS B-319 Senate

WORKSHOP

Collective memory of economic crises and transformations / 6-7 October / QS C 419

GUEST SPEAKER TALK

Stephanie Hofmann / Order-making through productive ambiguity: Locating liberal and other ideas and institutions in the use of force and peace operations / European University Institute / 7 October, 13:30-15:00 / QS B-319 Senate


GUEST SPEAKER TALK

Christine Sylvester / The Present Re-dux, Re-IR’d, and Re-curating War / 24 October, 15:40-17:30 / QS Auditorium / co-organized with Department of Gender Studies

 

Book Launch discussion
Mano Toth / European Memory and Conflicting Visions of the Past / 4 November, 14:00-15:30 / QS B-319 Senate

 

Book Launch discussion

Dieter Reinisch /Learning behind Bars: How IRA Prisoners Shaped the Peace Process in Ireland/  2 December, 13:30-15:00 / QS C-322


RSVP to attend on CEU campus

A Zoom link for all events

Meeting ID: 950 7372 7560     
Passcode: 193862