The 21st century has witnessed multiple crises ranging from unstable collective identities and democracy to crises in security and peace, climate, economy, health, and beyond. Paradoxically, the responses to these have been often maintaining the political status quo. This makes one wonder how politics would look like if these ‘bubbles’ burst; the reproduction of the established power relations, which bring a degree of comfort and stability disrupts.
The Doctoral School of Political Science, Public Policy, and International Relations hosts the Annual Doctoral Conference. It provides a professional, stimulating, and international environment for PhD students and early career researchers in political science to discuss their works in progress, establish informal networks, and initiate future collaborative research. We aim to assemble submissions that reflect the plurality of research projects and approaches in the field of political science. Enriching this scholarship at CEU are our (sub)field specialisations in, and cross-pollination of ideas from, comparative politics, international relations, political economy, political theory, and public policy.
Join us during three days of keynotes and panels.
Day 1 keynote has been cancelled
Day 2 keynote - Faultlines of the Care Crisis - Annual Doctoral Conference Keynote by Emma Dowling | CEU Events
Day 3 keynote - Bursting the "weaponized ignorance" bubble: radical teaching and research in the times of crisis | CEU Events
Full program available here: 18th Annual Doctoral Conference 2023 | Doctoral School of Political Science, Public Policy and International Relations (ceu.edu)
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Meeting ID: 960 1377 7523