‘Rehearsing the State’ by Fiona McConnell, coming out soon

I’ve just seen that Fiona McConnell’s new book Rehearsing the State: The Political Practices of the Tibetan Government-in-Exile is coming out very shortly with Wiley-Blackwell in the RGS-IBG series. Here’s the back blurb from Wiley. Rehearsing the State presents a comprehensive investigation of the institutions, performances, and actors through which the Tibetan Government-in-Exile is rehearsing statecraft. McConnell offers new insights … Continue reading

Women in Foreign Policy

The website Women in Foreign Policy has published an extensive interview with Ashlee Godwin, one of my former colleagues from my time working at the Royal United Services Institute. Women in Foreign Policy – Ashlee Godwin It is well worth a read for anyone considering a career in the world of foreign, defence and security … Continue reading

Moving Together: conference at Durham

Readers of this blog might be interested in the upcoming conference at Durham, featuring the always brilliant Debbie Lisle as keynote speaker. PA POSTGRADUATE CONFERENCE CALL FOR PAPERS   Moving Together – Exploring the nexus between disparate approaches to movement Wednesday, 4th of May 2016 Department of Geography, Durham University, UK KEYNOTE SPEAKER: DR. DEBBIE LISLE, QUEEN’S … Continue reading

Nightcrawler screening @Passengerfilms

Nightcrawler screening @Passengerfilms

Passengerfilms’ first event of 2016 is being held on Tuesday 19th January at Genesis Cinema‘s Paragon Bar in Whitechapel and features a screening and discussion of Dan Gilroy’s NIGHTCRAWLER (2014). The event is hosted by Precarious Geographies (RHUL Geographers Ella Harris and Mel Nowicki), who will be joined by panelists Dr. Oli Mould (RHUL) and … Continue reading