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Professor Christopher Coker
Director, Centre for International Studies
Department of International Relations
London School of Economics
London WC2A 2AE
Phone: +44 (0)20 7955 6821
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The Centre for International Studies at LSE is home to an interdisciplinary community of scholars from around the globe undertaking innovative research with an international dimension.
The deadline to apply for a visiting appointment in the CIS 2016-17 has now passed. We will announce the deadline for the 2017-18 academic year in due course.
CIS Visiting Professor-in-Practice Lutfey Siddiqi was interviewed in Davos last week by Indian TV ET Now and Indonesian TV Jakarta Globe on the subject of economic outlook, risks and globalisation. He also spoke to Hub Culture on the theme of “Responsive & Responsible Leadership” accompanied by an article titled “Leadership in a Tumble Dryer” for the World Economic Forum.
The Forum also re-posted a write-up on the LSE event “Beyond Tolerance” with an embedded link to the official Davos session on Tolerance.
Congratulations to Dr Kirsten Ainley, who has been awarded funding from the ESRC for a new strategic network on justice, conflict and development. Hosted by the CIS, this network will focus on one of the main ways in which states and the international community now approach conflict resolution.
Read more about the ESRC grant here.
The CIS is pleased to announce the return of Dr Daniel Ritter as a Visiting Fellow. Daniel is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at Stockholm University, and will work on the project 'The Outcomes of Revolutions: Pathway to Democracy?' during his time here.
To find out more about Daniel and our other Fellows, visit the Current Fellows web page.
For previous news items, visit the CIS News Archive.
Call for Papers: Theorizing Historical Change in International Relations
This will be a section at the WISC conference. Paper submission deadline, 1 July 2017. See the Theorizing Historical Change in International Relations section of the Conference Website for details.
1-3 April 2017, Taipei
Supported by the History and Theory Group.
For a list of previous events, visit the CIS Dialogues and Events page.