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From Imperial Science to International Relations

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September 27, 2013, hosted by the Christopher Browne Center for International Politics, Stiteler Hall, University of Pennsylvania, with funding from the Embassy of France Partner University Fund (UPenn and the Université des Antilles et de la Guyane)

A day-long seminar with papers by Robert Vitalis (U Penn), Nicolas Guilhot (Université des Antilles et de la Guyane), Robbie Shilliam (University of London), and Zoltán Buzás (Drexel University), and with commentary by Siba Grovogui (Johns Hopkins)

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  • 9:30-10:30 - R Shilliam, “Intervention and Colonial-Modernity : Decolonizing the Italy/Ethiopia Conflict”
  • 11-12 - R Vitalis, “The Black World Goes Free”
  • 1:30-2:30 - Z Buzås, “The Color of Threat : Race, Threat Perception, and the Demise of the Anglo-Japanese Alliance (1902-1923)”
  • 3-4 - N Guilhot, “Imperial Realism : Post-War IR Theory and Decolonization”
  • 4-5 - Concluding Discussion led by Siba Grovogui