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Professor Jacqueline Rose joins the Institute for Social Justice

29 February 2016

The Institute for Social Justice proudly welcomes Professor Jacqueline Rose as a Professorial Fellow to join us in May 2016.

Institute for Social Justice to host Professor Charles Taylor

24 February 2016

The Institute for Social Justice proudly announces it will be hosting world-renowned and award-winning philosopher Prof Charles Taylor.

"Beyond 'West' and 'Rest'? A Critical Inquiry into the Dichotomised Ontology of International Relations"

24 February 2016

Associate Professor Emilian Kavalski is presenting a paper on “Guanxi and International Relationality” at the workshop “Beyond ‘West’ and ‘Rest’? …

Emilian Kavalski at "Non-American Directions of Japanese Foreign Policy"

19 February 2016

Associate Professor Emilian Kavalski will be a discussant at the symposium on “Non-American Directions of Japanese Foreign Policy” taking place …

The Institute for Social Justice welcomes two new Researchers

20 January 2016

The Institute for Social Justice are happy to announce the arrival of two new Researchers: Professor Romand Coles and Dr …

Dr Hitomi Koyama joins the Institute for Social Justice

07 January 2016

The Institute for Social Justice is grateful to welcome Dr Hitomi Koyama, joining us from …

Summer School for 20 students from Chonbuk National University

03 January 2016

The Institute for Social Justice (ISJ) is excited to host 20 students from Chonbuk National University (CBNU) in Korea, who are …

A/Prof Emilian Kavalski appointed Professor at Osaka University

30 December 2015

Associate Professor Emilian Kavalski will spend February as a specially-appointed Professor at Osaka University (Japan). During his time in Japan he …

Separating religion and government in the Muslim world

03 December 2015

“Within the Muslim world, there’s an ongoing quest to reconcile religion with politics. The classic theocracy is Iran—ultimate rule by …

Dr Naser Ghobadzadeh featured on New Books in Political Sciences

20 November 2015

“While “fundamentalism” and “authoritarian secularism” are commonly perceived as the two mutually exclusive paradigms available to Muslim majority countries Naser …