The 16th Annual Doctoral Conference took place last week. Under the theme DIS/CONTINUITIES: POLITICS IN THE 21ST CENTURY, it reunited panelists from 24 universities and research institutions from 16 countries.
During the three days of the conference there were 4 keynote speeches, 21 panels, a workshop with the editors of the Journal of International Relations and Development on demystifying journal publishing, and two mixers to network after the panels were done for the day.
The DSPS wants to thank all the participants who joined us this year in a very engaging conference. Special thanks to the students from the organizing committee: Ain ul Khair (IR track), Antonio Salvador M. Alcazar III (PP track), Franziska Wagner (CP track), Krisztina Szabó (PE track) and Renan Silva (PT track).
To learn more about the Annual Doctoral Conference, click here: 16th Annual Doctoral Conference 2021.
You can find the recordings of the following keynotes below:
- "Crisis Communication & Crisis Management during COVID-19: A Case Study", by Ruth Wodak (Emeritus Distinguished Professor of Discourse Studies, University of Lancaster, United Kingdom and Professor of Applied Linguistics, University of Vienna, Austria).
- "Why Decoloniality Matters: Decolonial Approaches to World Politics", by Meera Sabaratnam (Senior Lecturer in International Relations, SOAS University of London, United Kingdom).
- "Dis/Continuities of 21st Century Political Economy in Advanced Capitalist Nations" by Matthew Bergman (Post-Doctoral Researcher, Department of Government, University of Vienna, Austria).