Events

Afghanistan in Global Affairs: New Histories and Perspectives

Hosted by Department of International Relations

Clement House, Room 3.02

Speakers

Dr Dawood Azami

Dr Dawood Azami

Dr Martin Bayly

Dr Martin Bayly

Dr Elisabeth Leake

Dr Elisabeth Leake

Dr Timothy Nunan

Dr Timothy Nunan

Chair

Professor Christopher Coker

Professor Christopher Coker

An interdisciplinary public roundtable discussion hosted by the Department of International Relations and South Asia Centre, showcasing new research, histories, and perspectives on Afghanistan in international affairs. 

Dr Dawood Azami (@DawoodAzami) is an award-winning BBC senior broadcast journalist and academic. 

Dr Martin Bayly (@mjbayly) is a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of International Relations and Centre for International Studies at LSE. 

Dr Elisabeth Leake is a lecturer in International History in the Faculty of Arts at the University of Leeds. 

Dr Timothy Nunan (@timothynunan) is the Freigeist Fellow at the Freie Universität Berlin and a scholar of international and global history.

Professor Christopher Coker is Professor of International Relations at LSE.

 

This event is free and open to all on a first come, first serve basis. A ticket or pre-registration is not required.

For any queries e-mail s.wise3@lse.ac.uk or phone 0207 955 6821.

 

Suggested hashtag for this lecture: #LSEAfghanistan

How can I attend? Add to calendar
Entry is on a first come, first served basis. A ticket or pre-registration is not required. For any queries email s.wise3@lse.ac.uk or call 020 7955 6821.

Twitter

LSE Intl Relations LSEIRDept

RT @lseideas: New paid vacancy for LSE Students: LSE IDEAS Events Assistant. Deadline 19th October. More details & how to apply: https://t.…

16 hours ago

Reply Retweet Favorite

LSE Intl Relations LSEIRDept

Benjamin Ho: Report on his Patrick Gillam Fieldwork Research Award 2017 blogs.lse.ac.uk/internationalr… https://t.co/g8Th2zLKj8

17 hours ago

Reply Retweet Favorite

You have succesfully subscribed
Email entered is invalid, please try again.
An error occured while subscribing, please try again.

Sign up for events news