Overview

  • The Centre for International Policy Studies (CIPS) is launching an initiative for “International Theory Network” (ITN). The goal is to bring together Ottawa-based scholars, students and practitioners interested in the theories of International Relations (IR) and cognate fields.

Network Coordinators

Upcoming Events

Rethinking the Power of Silence in Insecure and Gendered Sites

Presented by CIPS and the International Theory Network Join us for this talk with Jane Parpart as she previews her upcoming book...

Jan 22nd, 2019

Past Events

Conservatism and Russian International Relations
Paul Robinson 10/11/2018 12h00-13h30 FSS 4004

Reconciliation After Genocide? Some reflections on Canada’s Indian Residential Schools and Indigenous-Settler Relations
David B MacDonald, University of Guelph 03/02/2018                      12h00-13h30 FSS 4006

The Twilight of “War” and the New Global Landscape of Organised Violence
Antoine Bousquet, Birkbeck College 02/01/2018                                12h00-13h30 FSS 4006

Hegemonic Orders and Entangled Modernities: How to Make Sense of Russia’s Difference?
Viacheslav Morozov, University of Tartu 01/30/2018                      12h00-13h30 FSS 4004

Book Launch- Kevin McMillan, The Constitution of Social Practices
Kevin McMillan, 11/30/2017 12h00-13h30 FSS 4006

Should Security (Ever) Trump Rights?
Audie Klotz, Syracuse University 11/20/2017                                          12h00-14h00 FSS 4004

Stranger Friendships: Solidarity and Subterfuge in a Palestinian Camp
Diana Allan, McGill University 11/08/2017                                                        13h30-15h00 FSS5028

Dr Philipper M.- West Africa 3/30/2017 12h00-15h30 FSS 5028

Technology and Innovation
Hashmat Khan 3/9/2017 16h30-20h00 FSS 4004

Narrative as Scholarship in International Relations
Elizabeth Dauphinee 1/11/2017 12h00-13h30 FSS 4006

Queer International Relations: Sovereignty, Sexuality, and the Will to Knowledge
Cynthia Weber 12/14/2016 10h30-14h00 FSS4004

The End of Colonialism: Field Theory and Global Transformation.
Julian Go 10/17/2016 11h00-14h30 FSS 4004

American Defence Policy: Why Allies Followed Obama But Won’t Follow the Next President
Stéfanie von Hlatky 10/5/2016 13h00-16h00 FSS 4006

James Der Derian presents Project Q: The Question of Quantum
James Der Derian 10/5/2016 10h00-13h00 FSS 4004

The Primacy of Diplomacy: How the United States Builds Multilateral Military Coalitions                                                      Marine Henke 10/5/2016 11H30-13h00 FSS-6032

What Does Critical Security Studies have to offer the Arab World?
Samer Abboud, Arcadia University
03/22/2016 12h00-13h30 FSS5028

The Subject of Global Justice: Kant, Du Bois, and Radical Hospitality
Inés Valdez, Ohio State University
02/29/2016 12h00-13h30 FSS4006

Pig and Papists: On the Informal Origins of American Imperialism
Eric Grynaviski, George Washington University
01/20/2016 12h00 FSS4006

Turbulent Times: Volatility in Foreign Policy
Eleonara Mattiacci, Amherst College
01/18/2016 FSS5028

On the Road to Afghanada: Militarisation and Popular Culture in Canada
David Mutimer, York University
12/03/2015, 12h00, FSS400

International Hierarchy and Symbolic Capital: the Ming Treasure Fleets and the Apollo Missions
Daniel Nexon, Georgetown University
10/06/2015, 12h00

Producing the Climate: Scientists, States, and the Emergence of Global Climate Governance
Bentley B Allan, John Hopkins University
09/14/2015, 12h00

Material Publics and the Flux of Secrecy: The Case of the 9/11 Commission
William Walters, Carleton University
08/11/2015, 12h00

Patents for Power: Intellectual Property and Military Innovation
Robert Farley , University of Kentucky
03/26/2015, 12h00, FSS4006

Identity and the Construction of National Security
Jarrod Hayes, Georgia Institute of Technology
03/03/2015, 12h00

Darth Realism: Confronting the Dark Side of Global Governance
Jennifer Sterling-Folker , University of Connecticut
January 20, 2015, 12:00 p.m., FSS4006

The Epistemological Unity of Political Science and Political Theory: Language, Thought, and Interpretation
John Gunnell, SUNY Albany and University of California
November 12, 2014, 3:30 p.m., FSS4006

Corruption, Virtue, and Agency in World Politics
Mlada Bukovansky
, Smith College
October 27, 2014, 11:45 a.m., FSS4006

Book Launch – The Return of the Public in Global Governance
Alexandra Gheciu, University of Ottawa.
Jacqueline Best, University of Ottawa.
September 10, 2014, 12:00 p.m., FSS4004

Writing through the Thick of Identity: Observations on Being a Scholar-Blogger
Mira Sucharov, Carleton University.
September 16, 2014, 12:00 p.m., FSS5028

Race, Elitism and Empire in Anglo-American Wars from Korea to the War on Terror: A Critique of Liberal Internationalism
Inderjeet Parmar, Princeton University
March 24, 2014, 11:30 a.m., FSS4006

An Alliance at War: NATO in Afghanistan and over Libya
Stephen Saideman, Norman Paterson School of International Affairs
January 28, 2014, 12:00 p.m., FSS4004

Symposium on International Theory: debating the EJIR Special Issue on the ‘End of IR’
November 12, 2013, 2:30 p.m.,Loeb Building, Carleton University, A602

Enrolling the Prince: When, How and Why did Machiavelli become a Realist?
Nicolas Guilhot, New York University.
October 23, 2013, 12:00 p.m., FSS4004

The Politics of Precedent in International Law: A Social Network Application
Krzysztof J. Pelc, McGill University
September 24, 2013, 12:00 p.m., FSS5028

Oil and Grand Strategy: the Twentieth-Century Origins of a Twenty-First Century Pseudo-Science
Robert Vitalis, University of Pennsylvania
March 25, 2013, 12:00 p.m., FSS4004

Neither Cosmopolitanism nor Multipolarity: AmbigEUities, BRIColageS, and the Political Beyond Global Governmentality
Hans-Martin Jaeger, Carleton University
February 4, 2013, 2:30 p.m., FSS4004

The Return of Liberal Realism:  The IR Enlightenment and the Ends of IR Theory
Michael C. Williams, University of Ottawa
Janaury 23, 2013, 2:30 p.m., FSS4004

Power in Concert and Global Governance
Jennifer Mitzen, Ohio State University
November 5, 2013, 12:00 p.m., FSS4004

Peace, the Power of Difference, and the Ontological Question
Hartmut Behr, Newcastle University
October 2, 2013, 12:00 p.m., FSS4004

Graduate Student Brown Bag Seminar: “WHAT’S BOURDIEU DONE FOR/TO ME (METHODOGICALLY)”
March 22, 2012, 11:30 p.m., DMS3102

The Social and Political Context of the (American) Science of International Relations
Ido Oren, Department of Political Science, University of Florida
March 5, 2012, 12:00 p.m., DMS3120

International Relations and the First Great Debate                        Brian Schmidt, Carleton University
01/25/2012, 12h00

CIPS Blog

Podcasts

Links

  • Interested in learning more about cutting-edge IR theory? Take a look at the journal International Theory, edited by Duncan Snidal and Alexander Wendt.
  • The Palgrave Macmillian History of International Thought series is seeking proposals. Follow this link for more information.
  • Fearful for the Indigenous’ rights? Watch Sheryl Lightfoot, of the University of British Columbia’s talk on the transformational potential of global Indigenous Rights and Politics here.
  • Want to know more about border security in Sahel? Read Philippe M Frowd’s blog about it here!

 

Check out the University of Sussex’s Centre for Advanced International Theory page as well as their Sussex International Theory Prize!