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The interest in IPS has been steadily growing over the last decade and a half. Last year the journal
International Political Sociology celebrated its 10th anniversary. At the same time, the Routledge
handbook of International Political Sociology and a key edited volume International Political Sociology:
Transversal Lines were published. Between them they are proposing distinct lines of research that
have shaped the lineages of critical international studies in the last 15 years. IPS has also become a
vibrant place for research that works across international relations, sociology and law, and for critical
reflections on the relation between political theory, political sociology, and law.


This workshop seeks to bring together work from PhD students and early career researchers working
in the field of IPS. The aim is to explore (a) different theoretical and methodological lines of thought
that are deployed in IPS, (b) themes of debate within IPS, and (c) how IPS enacts critical lineages and
their limits in the social sciences. In this workshop, we are particularly interested in exploring
differences in idioms of IPS by bringing together participants working from different disciplines,
epistemic cultures, and universities.

If you would like to participate, please, send 150-200 word abstract and title of your research and
how it relates to IPS to gp@qmul.ac.uk

Deadline of Application: 15 December 2017

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