A series of events celebrating the publication of books by former ISRF Fellows, hosted by ISRF Director of Research Chris Newfield.

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ON BURNLEY ROAD: CLASS, RACE AND POLITICS IN A NORTHERN ENGLISH TOWN
ON BURNLEY ROAD: CLASS, RACE AND POLITICS IN A NORTHERN ENGLISH TOWN

18th November 2021

Mike Makin-Waite will introduce his book, with respondents to be confirmed.

CARE, POWER, INFORMATION: FOR THE LOVE OF BLUESCOLLARSHIP IN THE AGE OF DIGITAL CULTURE, BIOECONOMY, AND (POST-)TRUMPISM
CARE, POWER, INFORMATION: FOR THE LOVE OF BLUESCOLLARSHIP IN THE AGE OF DIGITAL CULTURE, BIOECONOMY, AND (POST-)TRUMPISM

16th December 2021

Dr Alexander Sting will introduce his book, with respondents to be confirmed.

Previously…

LAW AND DISORDER: SOVEREIGNTY, PROTEST, ATMOSPHERE

Dr Illan run Wall introduces his book, with responses from Dr Lara Montesinos Coleman (University of Sussex) and Professor Carolyn Pedwell (University of Kent).

SEASON I: 2020-21

COLONIAL TERROR
COLONIAL TERROR

29th July 2021

A book launch and conversation with Dr Deana Heath, author of the book Colonial Terror: Torture and State Violence in Colonial India.

UNEXPECTED SUBJECTS
UNEXPECTED SUBJECTS

15th July 2021

A book launch and conversation with Dr Alessandra Gribaldo, author of the book Unexpected Subjects: Intimate Partner Violence, Testimony, and the Law.

An African Path to Disability Justice
THE EU, HAMAS AND THE 2006 PALESTINIAN ELECTIONS

1st July 2021

Dr Catherine Chiniara Charrett introduces her book, with responses from Majed Abusalama (Tempere University), Professor Richard A. Falk (Princeton University) and Dr Rhys Machold (University of Glasgow).

Freedom: An Unruly History
POWER SHIFT

17th June 2021

Professor Peter Newell introduces his book, with responses from Dr Chris Hesketh (Oxford Brookes University) and Dr Hayley Stevenson (Universidad Torcuato Di Tella).

An African Path to Disability Justice
THE WAR LAWYERS

20th May 2021

Dr Craig Jones introduces his book, with responses from Dr Catherine Chiniara Charrett (University of Westminster), and Professor Lisa Hajjar (University of California Santa Barbara).

Freedom: An Unruly History
THE RETREAT OF LIBERAL DEMOCRACY

15th April 2021

Dr Gábor Scheiring introduces his book, with responses from Professor Chris Hann (Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology), and Dr Sherrill Stroschein (University College London).

An African Path to Disability Justice
BEING SURE OF EACH OTHER

18th March 2021

Professor Kimberley Brownlee introduces her book, with responses from Professor Rae Langton (University Cambridge), and Dr Martin O’Neill (University of York).

Freedom: An Unruly History
VICTORY: THE TRIUMPH AND TRAGEDY OF JUST WAR

18th February 2021

Dr Cian O’Driscoll introduces his book, with responses from Dr Faye Donnelly (University of St Andrews), and Dr Neil Renic (University of Hamburg).

An African Path to Disability Justice
AN AFRICAN PATH TO DISABILITY JUSTICE

21st January 2021

Dr Oche Onazi introduces his book, with responses from Professor Julie Maybee (CUNY), and Professor Tom Shakespeare (London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine).

Freedom: An Unruly History
FREEDOM: THE ONE GOOD THING THAT WE’VE GOT?

12th November 2020

Professor Annelien de Dijn introduces her book, with responses from Dr Manjeet Ramgotra (SOAS), and Professor Mark Whitehead (University of Abeystwyth).