GSA 2015: Living the Global

GSA 2015: Living the Global

Living the Global: the cultural experience of globalization Roehampton University, Thurs 2nd – Sat 4th July 2015 Keynote speakers (confirmed): Ian Woodward (Griffith University, Brisbane), author of Cosmopolitanism: Uses if the Idea Nick Stevenson (Nottingham), author of Cultural Citizenship: Cosmopolitan Questions. ‘Living the global’ aims to explore an under-researched aspect of globalization; how people experience … Continue reading

Rethinking regions: Transnational and global perspectives

Rethinking regions: Transnational and global perspectives

  Rethinking regions: Transnational and global perspectives A one-day postgraduate workshop Keynote presentation by Dr. Ben Rosamond Thursday 23rd April 2015 Centre for Global and Transnational Politics, Royal Holloway, University of London Egham, Surrey, TW20 0EX Regions and regional integration are often analysed from a perspective that emphasizes the specificity of a region compared to others, … Continue reading

Prize competition: ‘Global Inspirations’

Prize competition: ‘Global Inspirations’

Which Global Studies books have you found inspirational? Which texts best explained globalization to you? Which books have pushed the limits of thinking on the dynamics of globalization? The GSA is very keen to learn which books our members believe to be the key Global Studies texts. To find out we are launching an essay … Continue reading

Global Studies Association: Postgraduate Forum

This event has been cancelled ‘Working with Global Studies: Employability in an interdisciplinary field – problems and prospects’ 1st April 2014, Royal Holloway, University of London (Central London venue) Please contact Dr Anthony Cooper (A.Cooper@rhul.ac.uk) for more details and formal registration Global Studies comprises multi-disciplinary social science activity which aims to explore the dynamics of the world … Continue reading

‘Theories of Globalization’ Roundtable

The GSA is pleased to announce a Roundtable to mark the publication of Barrie Axford’s new book ‘Theories of Globalization’ (Polity Press). The panel will assess the likely impact of the book, its contribution to Global Studies, and its applicability to different academic disciplines. The author, Barrie Axford (Oxford Brookes), will have an opportunity to … Continue reading