EISA awards sponsorship for workshop on non-western narratives of international relations

The European International Studies Association (EISA) has awarded funding to the workshop Non-western narratives of international relations: friendship, conflict and cooperation, organised by Yuri van Hoef (History Department of the Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication), Ryan O'Connor (Birmingham City University), and Alex Waterman (German Institute for Global and Area Studies (GIGA)).

The workshop will be organised as part of the 2022 EISA Exploratory Symposia in Rapallo (7-10 november 2022). It brings together a wide variety of scholars, for the first time, who have worked on re-centering the debate by drawing upon decidedly non-western approaches to make sense of international relations.

The workshop project is a cooperation between the Erasmus University Rotterdam, Birmingham City University, and the German Institute for Global and Area Studies (GIGA).

About the symposium

The EISA Exploratory Symposia offer a chance to meet in groups to explore potential collaborations between people preparing a grant proposal, a special issue, an edited book, or a new research network. The Exploratory Symposia aim to facilitate two kinds of research groups: (1) Newly established groups that would like to meet at an early stage of a research project to progress it; (2) Already established research groups that would like to meet to work out how to further their research agenda.


Dr. Yuri van Hoef

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