What does the current pandemic mean from a global politics standpoint? Register and tune-in to find out.
Kent will continue its Interdisciplinary Interventions series of webinars with ‘Pandemic and Politics: COVID-19, Global Crisis and the Challenge to Humanity’ on Thursday 14 May at 2pm (UK time).
This webinar, which has been organised by its Brussels School of International Studies (BSIS), is free to view via Zoom and will include an audience Q&A.
Scholars from Kent’s internationally renowned Brussels School of International Studies will discuss politics post-pandemic, a lack of leadership, the ideology behind public responses and the potential for political realignments.
What has COVID-19 revealed about our political world? Has it changed national politics and international relations? How might democracy and capitalism evolve? Migration and migrants seem to be one more casualty in the pandemic; will this remain? Or will the globe revert to the old ‘normal’?
The webinar will be hosted by Professor Adrian Pabst, Head of Kent’s School of Politics and International Relations, Dr Amanda Klekowski von Koppenfels, Academic Director at BSIS, and Dr Albena Azmanova, Reader of Political and Social Thought at BSIS.
To register for this webinar please click here.
Other webinars in this BSIS-organised series include:
‘Literature, Life and Lockdown: How the Humanities can help the Species Survive‘, featuring Professor Ben Hutchinson, Professor of European Literature and Academic Director of Kent’s Paris School of Arts and Culture, Dr Frances Guerin, Senior Lecturer and Deputy Director of Graduate Studies of Paris programmes at Kent’s School of Arts, and from Kent’s School of European Culture and Languages; Lecturers in Philosophy Dr Graeme Forbes and Dr Lauren Ware (1 June).