Place: R. Auditorium Lt. 2 Perpustakaan Pusat UGM
Time: 15.00 – 16.30 WIB
“Postcolonial Theory, Postcolonial Feminism and International Relations”
The lecture will be conducted by Sheila Nair, Ph.D, Professor from Northern Arizona University, USA.
Why does the study of International Relations (IR) including the exploration of key issues such as migration, human rights, security, and development predominantly obscure the relationship between race, gender, sexuality, class and power? Although feminist scholarship in this field has had a long engagement with conventional IR over several decades and has brought to the forefront important ways that gender, sexuality, and power are irretrievably entangled, the intersections with race and class have been less obvious in mainstream feminist scholarship in the field. This talk addresses some of the ways that postcolonial theory and postcolonial feminism specifically advance our understanding of the power relations that sustain global hierarchies. The talk will highlight the interventions of postcolonial theory and postcolonial feminism and some of its main contributions and discuss some specific examples of postcolonial feminism’s approach in IR.
Date: Thursday, 14 September 2017
Time: 10.00 – 11.30 WIB
Place: 3rd floor, R. Persatuan, Notonagoro Building, Faculty of Philosophy UGM
Register yourself at ugm.id/plnair
Only limited seats available!
The seminar will be conducted by Dr.Philip Habel from University of Glasgow (Erasmus+Mobility scheme).
U.S. politics, apart from being highly dynamic, stands at the center of global attention due to the large influence U.S. has over the course of global politics. As is the case with all strong democracies, political decisions in the U.S. are made under a system where power is separated into three branches: the executive, the legislative, and the judicial system. This program will dissect the way separation of powers work in the U.S., particularly in light of various legal and policy-related implications resulted by the interaction between the executive, the Congress, and the judicial system in the U.S.
Public Lecture In Search for The New World Order
by Professor Timothy J. Colton (Morris and Anna Feldberg Professor of Government and Russian Studies, Harvard University)
Thursday, 16 March 2016
16.00 – 17.30
Room BA 101, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences UGM
FREE & LIMITED SEAT
Register yourself through ugm.id/PLColton
“Changes and Challenges in humanitarian space: NOHA Global and the role of Academia”
Prof. Dr. Joost Herman
Director Humanitarian Action, University of Groningen
Seminar Timur FISIPOL UGM
1 November 2016
14.30 – 16.00
Registration open on the Spot
For FISIPOL UGM Students
Afrizal – 081338277459
Department of Public Policy and Management presents:
“Public Management Reform in Developing Countries: The Malaysian Experience and Lessons”
Prof. Noore Siddiquee
Date & Time
Friday, May 27th, 2016
08.30 – 10.30 am
R. Seminar MAP, Fisipol UGM Unit II
Free and limited seat!
CP. Mbak Ari (081578984554)
Global Engagement Office, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Universitas Gadjah Mada presents:
The Development of Islam in Andalusia and its Challenges
Department of Public Policy and Management and Global Engagement Office Fisipol UGM present:
“Decentralization and Governance in Indonesia: Research linking changing patterns of multi-level governance to social outcomes and sustainability”
Prof. Dr. Ronald Holzhacker (University of Groningen)
Date & Time
Tuesday, April 26th, 2016
10.00 – 12.00 am
R. Seminar Timur, Fisipol Bulaksumur UGM
Registration link: bit.ly/LecHolz
FREE & LIMITED SEATS AVAILABLE
Contact person : 0815 7898 4554 (Mbak Ari)