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Book Launch: Human Rights in a Globalizing World

Book Launch: Human Rights in a Globalizing World

On Monday 14th March 2016 the GSA is excited to co-sponsor an event that will bring together academics to discuss Darren O’Byrne’s new publication.   Darren J. O’Byrne’s Human Rights in a Globalizing World: A Panel Discussion and Book Launch Digby Stuart Convent Parlour – 18:00 to 19:00 followed by wine reception Published by Palgrave … Continue reading

GSA conference 2015

GSA conference 2015

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. Rodanthi Tzanelli (Leeds), author of Olympic Ceremonialism and The Performance of National Character: From London 2012 to Rio 2016   … Continue reading

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

Re-Living the Global City

The GSA was proud to organise a recent workshop (hosted by University of Roehampton) entitled – Re-Living the Global City. The event explored the influence and legacy of the landmark book Living the Global City: Globalization as Local Process (1997). Participants included many of the original contributors and other highly-regarded academics. The workshop was a great success and we … Continue reading

GSA Annual Conference 2013 Call for Papers

The Cosmopolitan Ideal: Challenges and Opportunities Roehampton University, Wed 10th – Fri 12th July 2013 Keynote speakers (confirmed): Gerard Delanty (University of Sussex), Kate Nash (Goldsmith’s College, University of London) Call for papers: The conference aims to critically interrogate the idea of cosmopolitanism. Whereas previously cosmopolitanism was associated with (abstract) ideas of world citizenship and … Continue reading

News Flash: 2013 Conference

Provisional arrangements for the 2013 conference are in place. The proposed venue is Roehampton University and the dates are Wed 10th – Friday 12th July 2013. The conference theme will be “’The Cosmopolitan Ideal: Challenges and Opportunities”. Further details in due course.