This month’s events

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  1. The Fate of Civilians in War

    The Fate of Civilians in War

    Stephen Neff, Edinburgh University

    The fundamental rule regarding civilians in armed conflict is the requirement at all times to distinguish civilian populations from combatants. Civilian...

  2. 'God, Guns and Sedition: Far-Right Terrorism in America' -- CSTPV Seminar

    'God, Guns and Sedition: Far-Right Terrorism in America' -- CSTPV Seminar

    CSTPV Seminar

    Shocking acts of terrorism have erupted from violent American far-right extremists in recent years, including the 2015 mass murder at a historic Black church in...

  3. Grief Group

    Grief Group

    Staff lunch

    This group is open to all staff who are grieving, whether your loss is recent or in the past. It offers an opportunity to find common ground with others if you...

  4. Maré from the Inside: Race, Gender and Utopia in Rio de Janeiro's Favelas

    Maré from the Inside: Race, Gender and Utopia in Rio de Janeiro's Favelas

    Photographs, films, and texts...

    Maré from the Inside: Race, Gender and Utopia in Rio de Janeiro's Favelas Maré from the Inside is an interactive multi-media exhibit developed by...

  5. The World of the Right: Radical Conservatism and Global Order

    The World of the Right: Radical Conservatism and Global Order

    IPT event

    The contemporary radical Right movement is no longer merely a series of nationalist projects, but a phenomenon spanning the globe and affecting different forms...

  6. Anti-Racism in Teaching, Research and Institution Building: A Workshop with Professor Tita Chico, ho

    Anti-Racism in Teaching, Research and Institution Building: A Workshop with Professor Tita Chico, ho

    This relaxed workshop will feature brief presentations from students and staff drawing on their work and experience to ask how the University can foster...

  7. Grief Group

    Grief Group

    Student lunch

    This group is open to all students who are grieving, whether your loss is recent or in the past. It offers an opportunity to find common ground with others if...

  8. The Gatecrashers: a long view of lone actor assassins and terrorists

    The Gatecrashers: a long view of lone actor assassins and terrorists

    Featuring Tim Wilson

    Over little more than a decade, the so-called 'Lone Wolf' attacker has emerged as a central security threat. Such lone actors are usually seen as a...

  9. Ukraine: Energy in the Spotlight Revisited -- What to do with Depletion and Energy Dependency?

    Ukraine: Energy in the Spotlight Revisited -- What to do with Depletion and Energy Dependency?

    Join the us online and in-person for our final seminar of Ukraine: Energy in the Spotlight Revisited. During our final session we will look at the future of the...

  10. Insights, dilemmas and hopes in knowledge-making on feminist politics -- a meditation

    Insights, dilemmas and hopes in knowledge-making on feminist politics -- a meditation

    IPT event: Dr Radhika Govinda, University of Edinburgh

    Dr Radhika Govinda is Senior Lecturer in Sociology and Director of GENDER.ED, the University of Edinburgh's interdisciplinary hub for gender and...

  11. Status reversal and its discontents

    Status reversal and its discontents

    Michael Hechter, School of Politics and Global Studies, Arizona State University

    The recent rise of reactionary politics in modern democracies across the globe has been attributed to a variety of causes, including deindustrialisation,...