Pankhurst Politics Seminar - ‘Violence and Revolutions - To be given by Sandra Pogodda
|Starts:||13:00 21 Feb 2018|
|Ends:||14:30 21 Feb 2018|
|What is it:||Seminar|
|Organiser:||School of Social Sciences|
|Speaker:||Dr Sandra Poggoda|
I’m very happy to announce that the first Pankhurst Politics Seminar for this semester is Wednesday 21st of February (next week) from 1.00-2.30pm, to be given by Sandra Pogodda entitled ‘Violence and Revolutions’. This will be held in room 6.211 at university place . Sandra’s research focuses on state formation processes in the revolutionary societies of the Arab region; resistance movements; revolutionary challenges to peace and conflict studies; and critical development studies.
The Pankhurst Politics Seminars are research talks aimed at a student audience, in which members of staff in Politics talk about their own recent research, followed by questions and discussion with the audience. Emmeline Pankhurst was born in Moss Side, Manchester, in 1858, and was a political activist and leader of the British suffragette movement. The New York Herald Tribune called her "the most remarkable political and social agitator of the early part of the twentieth century and the supreme protagonist of the campaign for the electoral enfranchisement of women." Her daughters Christabel, Adela and Sylvia were also well-known activists. This series of seminars honours Manchester’s radical political history.
Dr. Aoileann Ní Mhurchú
BSocSc Politics and IR Programme Director
Editorial Board Member, Citizenship Studies
T: +44 (0) 161 306 6911
• Critical Imaginations in International Relations, co-edited with Reiko Shindo (Routledge 2016, Intervention Series).
• ‘Unfamiliar Acts of Citizenship: Enacting Citizenship in Vernacular Music and Language’, Citizenship Studies, Vol.20., Issue. 2 (2016): 156-172
• ‘Thinking with Reproduction: Maternal Time, Citizenship, Migration and Political Subjectivity." Subjectivity 9, no. 1(2016) : 17-37
Dr Sandra Poggoda
Organisation: University of Manchester
Travel and Contact Information
6.211 at University Place