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The Dissonance of Things

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Monthly podcast from thedisorderthings.com

Latest Episodes

Decolonising Peace EUPRA-AFK 2017

This is a recording of a keynote address given on March 16th 2017 at the AFK-EUPRA Joint Conference by Meera Sabaratnam, entitled 'Decolonising Peace and Conflict Studies'. The text notes are available at The Disorder of Things.

33 MIN2017 MAR 21
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Decolonising Peace EUPRA-AFK 2017

Logistics - Violence, Empire And Resistance

Logistics - Violence, Empire And Resistance by The Dissonance of Things

49 MIN2016 MAY 9
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Logistics - Violence, Empire And Resistance

Decolonising The Academy

In this month's podcast I'm joined Dalia Gebrial from Rhodes Must Fall Oxford and two stalwarts of TDOT, Meera and Robbie, to discuss 'Decolonising the Academy'. We take a look at the Rhodes Must Fall campaign and its implications for understanding the relationship between higher education, coloniality and 'race'. We also ask why is my curriculum white? What can be done change the way in which knowledge is produced and taught in universities? Finally, we explore how decolonising the academy might relate to anti-colonial and anti-racist struggles taking place outside of the university. http://thedisorderofthings.com

55 MIN2016 FEB 8
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Decolonising The Academy

Leftist Foreign Policy After Corbyn

Leftist Foreign Policy After Corbyn by The Dissonance of Things

60 MIN2015 OCT 15
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Leftist Foreign Policy After Corbyn

The Arms Trade And Its Discontents

Further resources, including articles discussed in the podcast: Stop the Arms Fair Lara Montesinos Coleman (2015) 'Ethnography, Commitment, and Critique: Departing from Activist Scholarship', International Political Sociology, 9(3) Richard Perkins and Eric Neumayer (2010) 'The Organized Hypocrisy of Ethical Foreign Policy: Human Rights, Democracy and Western Arms Sales', Geoforum, 41(2) Susanne Therese Hansen and Nicholas Marsh (2015) 'Normative Power and Organised Hypocrisy: European Union Member States' Arms Exports to Libya', European Security, 24(2) Emma Mayhew (2005) 'A Dead Giveaway: A Critical Analysis of New Labour's Rationales for Supporting Military Exports', Contemporary Security Policy, 26(1) Anna Stavrianakis (2006) 'Call to Arms: The University as a Site of Militarised Capitalism and a Site of Struggle', Millennium, 35(1)

64 MIN2015 SEP 11
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The Arms Trade And Its Discontents

What The Hell Is Going On In Turkey?

In this month's podcast, I'm joined by Kamran Matin and Fred Weber to discuss recent events in Turkey. We cover the apparent sea change in the AKP's foreign and domestic policy in the aftermath of the 7th June elections. We also unravel the intricacies of Kurdish politics and examine the contradictory interests of NATO. In short, we ask: what the hell is going on in Turkey and what are the implications of Turkey's actions for the geopolitics of the Middle East? Glossary of parties, organisations etc discussed in the podcast: AKP - Justice and Development Party (caretaker governing party in Turkey, Islamic-conservative) CHP - Republican People's Party (largest opposition party in Turkey, secular-nationalist-social democratic) HDP - People's Democracy Party (Turkey's pro-Kurdish, left wing party) ISIS - Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (also known as Islamic State, ISIL and Daesh) KDP - Kurdish Democratic Party (Barzani's political party in Iraq, hostile to the PKK/ PYD) MHP - National...

50 MIN2015 AUG 4
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What The Hell Is Going On In Turkey?

Sexism In Academia

Broadcasting from the bowels of TDOT, The Dissonance of Things is a new monthly podcast bringing you interviews, discussions and programmes on issues and debates in international relations, subaltern politics and the academy. In this inaugural cast, Meera, Nivi, Pablo and Maia Pal join host Kerem to discuss sexism in academia - from the everyday to the institutional - and what can be done about it. We hope this forms part of the ongoing discussion on sexism in academia, so please do carry on the conversation in the comments section below! Further reading, including articles and websites mentioned in the cast: Everyday Power and Privilege in IR All Male Panels Being a Woman in Philosophy Pluralist's Guide to Philosophy: 'Climate for Women' Sexual Harassment in Political Science and International Studies We Need to Talk About Sexism in Academia New Guidelines to Reduce Unconscious Hiring Bias Foster, Emma et al. (2012) 'The Personal is Not Political: At Least in the UK's Top Politics ...

66 MIN2015 JUL 3
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Sexism In Academia
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Latest Episodes

Decolonising Peace EUPRA-AFK 2017

This is a recording of a keynote address given on March 16th 2017 at the AFK-EUPRA Joint Conference by Meera Sabaratnam, entitled 'Decolonising Peace and Conflict Studies'. The text notes are available at The Disorder of Things.

33 MIN2017 MAR 21
Comments
Decolonising Peace EUPRA-AFK 2017

Logistics - Violence, Empire And Resistance

Logistics - Violence, Empire And Resistance by The Dissonance of Things

49 MIN2016 MAY 9
Comments
Logistics - Violence, Empire And Resistance

Decolonising The Academy

In this month's podcast I'm joined Dalia Gebrial from Rhodes Must Fall Oxford and two stalwarts of TDOT, Meera and Robbie, to discuss 'Decolonising the Academy'. We take a look at the Rhodes Must Fall campaign and its implications for understanding the relationship between higher education, coloniality and 'race'. We also ask why is my curriculum white? What can be done change the way in which knowledge is produced and taught in universities? Finally, we explore how decolonising the academy might relate to anti-colonial and anti-racist struggles taking place outside of the university. http://thedisorderofthings.com

55 MIN2016 FEB 8
Comments
Decolonising The Academy

Leftist Foreign Policy After Corbyn

Leftist Foreign Policy After Corbyn by The Dissonance of Things

60 MIN2015 OCT 15
Comments
Leftist Foreign Policy After Corbyn

The Arms Trade And Its Discontents

Further resources, including articles discussed in the podcast: Stop the Arms Fair Lara Montesinos Coleman (2015) 'Ethnography, Commitment, and Critique: Departing from Activist Scholarship', International Political Sociology, 9(3) Richard Perkins and Eric Neumayer (2010) 'The Organized Hypocrisy of Ethical Foreign Policy: Human Rights, Democracy and Western Arms Sales', Geoforum, 41(2) Susanne Therese Hansen and Nicholas Marsh (2015) 'Normative Power and Organised Hypocrisy: European Union Member States' Arms Exports to Libya', European Security, 24(2) Emma Mayhew (2005) 'A Dead Giveaway: A Critical Analysis of New Labour's Rationales for Supporting Military Exports', Contemporary Security Policy, 26(1) Anna Stavrianakis (2006) 'Call to Arms: The University as a Site of Militarised Capitalism and a Site of Struggle', Millennium, 35(1)

64 MIN2015 SEP 11
Comments
The Arms Trade And Its Discontents

What The Hell Is Going On In Turkey?

In this month's podcast, I'm joined by Kamran Matin and Fred Weber to discuss recent events in Turkey. We cover the apparent sea change in the AKP's foreign and domestic policy in the aftermath of the 7th June elections. We also unravel the intricacies of Kurdish politics and examine the contradictory interests of NATO. In short, we ask: what the hell is going on in Turkey and what are the implications of Turkey's actions for the geopolitics of the Middle East? Glossary of parties, organisations etc discussed in the podcast: AKP - Justice and Development Party (caretaker governing party in Turkey, Islamic-conservative) CHP - Republican People's Party (largest opposition party in Turkey, secular-nationalist-social democratic) HDP - People's Democracy Party (Turkey's pro-Kurdish, left wing party) ISIS - Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (also known as Islamic State, ISIL and Daesh) KDP - Kurdish Democratic Party (Barzani's political party in Iraq, hostile to the PKK/ PYD) MHP - National...

50 MIN2015 AUG 4
Comments
What The Hell Is Going On In Turkey?

Sexism In Academia

Broadcasting from the bowels of TDOT, The Dissonance of Things is a new monthly podcast bringing you interviews, discussions and programmes on issues and debates in international relations, subaltern politics and the academy. In this inaugural cast, Meera, Nivi, Pablo and Maia Pal join host Kerem to discuss sexism in academia - from the everyday to the institutional - and what can be done about it. We hope this forms part of the ongoing discussion on sexism in academia, so please do carry on the conversation in the comments section below! Further reading, including articles and websites mentioned in the cast: Everyday Power and Privilege in IR All Male Panels Being a Woman in Philosophy Pluralist's Guide to Philosophy: 'Climate for Women' Sexual Harassment in Political Science and International Studies We Need to Talk About Sexism in Academia New Guidelines to Reduce Unconscious Hiring Bias Foster, Emma et al. (2012) 'The Personal is Not Political: At Least in the UK's Top Politics ...

66 MIN2015 JUL 3
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Sexism In Academia
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