10 SET | Critical Terrorism Studies and Counter-terrorism (BISA)

This year’s annual conference of the Critical Terrorism Studies BISA Working Group will be held online on September 10.

CEI-Iscte’s researcher, Raquel da Silva, is one of the convenors of this group and will be the chair of the roundtable “Rethinking CTS” and will also be part of the afternoon’s panel.

To attend to this meeting, please register here. The zoom link will be emailed to registered participants.

More info.

 

About CTS Working Group:

The Critical Studies on Terrorism working group was established in 2006 to provide an international network for scholars working on terrorism-related research. We are genuinely global in reach and have organised numerous successful research workshops, conferences, and panels. A range of outputs has resulted from these events, including edited collections and special issues in Critical Studies on Terrorism.

 

Programme

10.00     Welcome by CTSWG (BISA) Convenors

10.10     Keynote presentation and Q&A: “CST Analytic for Counter-Terrorism: Deep Politics, Context and Holism” (Chair: Alice Martini)

  • Richard Jackson, University of Otago.

11.00     Roundtable: Rethinking CTS (Chair: Raquel da Silva)

  • Charlotte Heath-Kelly
  • Sondre Lindhal
  • Harmonie Toros
  • Yannis Tellidis
  • Maéva Clément
  • Hanna Pfeifer

12.30     Lunch break

2.00        PhD/ECR Café (with Q&A): Writing, publishing, & jobs (Chair: Tom Pettinger)

  • Harmonie Toros
  • Priya Dixit
  • Raquel da Silva

 3:30        Final remarks by CTSWG (BISA) Convenors

 Note: Times are BST.

 

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