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MC Kash at Westminster University 25 11 2016 Kashmiri politics of identity/art/resistance II -25-11-2016
MC Kash
“I protest against the things you've done, I protest for a mother who lost her son, I protest, I will throw stones and never run, I protest until my freedom is come…” ...
Kashmiri politics of identity/art/resistance II -25-11-2016 Recording of the second session of the event - https://www.westminster.ac.uk/events/kashmiri-politics-of-identity-art-resistance-ii
Following on from a successful event in October around the theme of identity, art and resistance in Kashmir, we are holding another round of discussion on the subject.
Kashmir has ...
KASHMIRIS: CONTESTED PRESENT, POSSIBLE FUTURES (Part 4) A joint event organised by the Emerging Powers programme, Department of Politics and International Relations (DPIR), University of Westminster; and the University of Warwick (Institute of Advanced Study, the Department of Sociology and the Connecting Cultures as well as the ...
KASHMIRIS: CONTESTED PRESENT, POSSIBLE FUTURES (Part 3) A joint event organised by the Emerging Powers programme, Department of Politics and International Relations (DPIR), University of Westminster; and the University of Warwick (Institute of Advanced Study, the Department of Sociology and the Connecting Cultures as well as the ...
KASHMIRIS: CONTESTED PRESENT, POSSIBLE FUTURES (Part 2) A joint event organised by the Emerging Powers programme, Department of Politics and International Relations (DPIR), University of Westminster; and the University of Warwick (Institute of Advanced Study, the Department of Sociology and the Connecting Cultures as well as the ...
KASHMIRIS: CONTESTED PRESENT, POSSIBLE FUTURES (Part 1) A joint event organised by the Emerging Powers programme, Department of Politics and International Relations (DPIR), University of Westminster; and the University of Warwick (Institute of Advanced Study, the Department of Sociology and the Connecting Cultures as well as the ...
The Politics and Principle of Equality: Gurkhas and the British Army The University of Westminster hosted a panel discussion on 14 May 2014 on the role of Gurkhas in the British Army. Titled 'The Politics and Principle of Equality: Gurkhas and the British Army', the event was organised by the Emerging ...
Module Information: Level 6 Information about the 2014/2015 Module Choices for students entering Level 6 in the Department of Politics and International Relations at the University of Westminster.
• BA Politics (Hons)
• BA International Relations (Hons)
• BA Politics and International Relations (Hons)
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Module Information: Level 5 Information about the 2014/2015 Module Choices for students entering Level 5 in the Department of Politics and International Relations at the University of Westminster.
• BA Politics (Hons)
• BA International Relations (Hons)
• BA Politics and International Relations (Hons)
...
On Violence: WARTIME FEMALE IDENTITY PORTRAYAL IN INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL TRIBUNALS Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities
University of Westminster
WARTIME FEMALE IDENTITY PORTRAYAL IN INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL TRIBUNALS
Dr Daniela Nadj (Queen Mary, University of London)
Event Details
Date: Wednesday 12th March
Time: 13:00-15:00
Venue: The Westminster Forum, 5th Floor, 32-38 ...
"Kashmir: A People Divided" event at DPIR on 3 March 2014 Panel disussion on 'Kashmir: A People Divided' with Dr Nitasha Kaul, Mohammad Irfan Dar and Muhammad Arif Urfi. The discussion was around two films, chaired by Dr Dibyesh Anand of DPIR and made possible by Conciliation Resources.
Emerging Powers Programme, ...
Women, Resistance and the Kurdish Questions in 21st Century Speaker: Dilar Dirik from University of Cambridge on the occasion commemorating International Women's Day.
Chair/Moderator: Dr Dibyesh Anand
Emerging Powers Programme, Department of Politics and International Relations
University of Westminser
Find out more here: http://www.westminster.ac.uk/about-us/faculties/humanities/departments/politics
Reflections on Politics and Violence: Kimberly Hutchings (LSE) and Elizabeth Frazer (Oxford) Reflections on Politics and Violence: Kimberly Hutchings (LSE) and Elizabeth Frazer (Oxford)
On Violence: Seminar Series
Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities
University of Westminster
A public talk by Professor Kim Hutchings (LSE) on Wednesday March 5 2014 at the ...
Roundtable on 'is the Dalai Lama Bad for the West?' Roundtable on 'is the Dalai Lama Bad for the West?' organised by Dibyesh Anand of DPIR at University of Westminster on Friday 22, 2013
The State: A Love Story Introduction to Key Concepts and Issues in International Relations
Dr Thomas Moore
Department of Politics and International Relations
University of Westminster
CSD Encounter with Agnes Heller: What went wrong with the the religion of reason? Centre for the Study of Democracy
Department of Politics and International Relations
University of Westminster
Agnes Heller is one of the leading thinkers to come out of the tradition of critical theory. Her broad intellectual range and publications includes ethics, ...
CSD Seminar: Professor William Rasch on 'Kant, History and the Intellectual' Centre for the Study of Democracy
University of Westminster
Speaker: Professor William Rasch (Indiana University)
Chair: Professor Chantal Mouffe (CSD, University of Westminster)
CSD Seminar on 'Associative Democracy: The Challenge of Practice' Professor Graham Smith (University of Westminster)
CSD Seminar on 'Associative Democracy: The Challenge of Practice'
Centre for the Study of Democracy Seminar Series
Centre for the Study of Democracy
Department of Politics and International Relations
University of Westminster
Tuesday January ...
Intervention and dreams of exogenous state-building | Dr Toby Dodge Security and International Relations Programme, University of Westminster
Guest Speaker: Dr Toby Dodge, London School of Economics
Dr. Toby Dodge is Deputy Director of LSE IDEAS, a Reader in the International Relations Department at the LSE, and a Senior Consulting ...
Dr David Cunningham | The Prose of The Word: Capitalism, Democracy and the Novel (CSD... Tuesday November 6, 17:15-18:45 | Westminster Forum, 5th Floor, Wells Street
Dr David Cunningham, University of Westminster
Centre for the Study of Democracy
Seminar Series, University of Westminster
David Cunningham is Principal Lecturer in English Literature and Cultural Theory at ...
Promise of Democracy | Panel 2 | Modernity, Complexity and Democracy An event held at the Centre for the Study of Democracy on November 3, 2012
University of Westminster
(Panel) Modernity, Complexity and Democracy
Chair Tom Moore (University of Westminster)
Keith Breen (Queen's University Belfast) Freedom, Non-Domination, and Workplace Democracy
Matthew ...
Promise of Democracy | Panel 1 | Democratic Renewal An event held at the Centre for the Study of Democracy on November 3, 2012
(Panel) Democratic Renewal: Deliberative Judgement, Political Action and Social Change
Chair Professor Chantal Mouffe (University of Westminster)
Paulina Tambakaki (University of Westminster) Agonism, Action, and ...
The Promise of Democracy: Professor Fred Dallmayr (Keynote Address) The Promise of Democracy
An event held at the Centre for the Study of Democracy on November 3 2012
University of Westminster, London, United Kingdom
FRED DALLMAYR is Packey J. Dee Professor in the departments of philosophy and political science ...

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