On February 18th, Security in Context hosted a panel to discuss Laura Doyle's book Inter-imperiality: Vying Empires, Gendered Labor, and the Literary Arts of Alliance.
Professor Kate Bedford (University of Birmingham) is an interdisciplinary scholar with a background in political economy, development, socio-legal studies, and gender/sexuality studies. She is currently Head of Research at University of Birmingham's Law School.
Professor Scarlett Cornelissen (Stellenbosch University) is a professor in the Department of Political Science at Stellenbosch University in South Africa. Her areas of research and expertise include Japanese diplomacy, aid and industry in Africa, Africa's international relations, and South African foreign policy. Cornelissen is co-editor of the Review of International Studies and Geopolitics and serves on the editorial boards of European Journal of International Relations, Journal of Modern African Studies and Chatham House's International Affairs.
Professor Laura Doyle (University of Massachusetts- Amherst) is a professor of English and co-convener of the World Studies Interdisciplinary Project. Her new book, Inter-imperiality, is just out from Duke University Press. She is currently co-editing a collection on Critical Global Studies with economist Mwangi wa Gĩthĩnji and cultural theorist Simon Gikandi.
Professor Mark Laffey (SOAS, London) is a Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in International Relations. His research interests are in International Relations Theory and International Security, with a particular interest in postcolonial approaches to world politics.
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