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Dr Benoit Pelopidas writes new blog for Policy Bristol

18 September 2014

New blog on Policy-relevance and the responsibility of nuclear scholars written by Dr Benoit Pelopidas.

Dr Benoit Pelopidas participates in a roundtable on "New International Nuclear History, International Organizations and the IAEA"

16 September 2014

Dr Benoit Pelopidas participates in a roundtable on "New International Nuclear History, International Organizations and the IAEA" in Vienna with Professor David Holloway (Stanford University), Professor Matthew Jones (London School of Economics) and Professor Sonja Schmid (Virginia Tech) on September 19, 2014.

Dr Paul Higate to give public lecture in Amsterdam

15 September 2014

Drawing on the rapid rise of Private and Military Security Companies (PMSC) in recent years, this lecture focuses on the masculinity-security nexus in the case of private security contractors. In particular it considers the salience of identity work to contractors from the U.S and the UK, where security performance is theorised in terms of a dichotomised heuristic; low profile security work in the case of the British, and high profile in the case of the U.S.

Prof Jeffrey Henderson on BBC Radio Sheffield

10 September 2014

Professor Jeffrey Henderson was interviewed today (September 9th) on BBC Radio Sheffield. He spoke about the implications of the Scottish referendum for the North and other English regions.

The Femist and Women's Studies Association Conference 2014

9 September 2014

The Feminist & Women's Studies Association (FWSA) 2014 Conference: Rethinking Sisterhood - The Affective Politics of Women’s Relationships,co-organised by Dr Maud Perrier, will take place on Saturday 13th September 2014

New Article in The Independent quotes research work of Michael Naughton

8 September 2014

Dr Michael Naughton, Reader in Sociology and Law, has been quoted in an article by Paul Peachey in The Independent entitled "Legal eagles fighting wrongful convictions in the US are coming here."