The EU-Middle East Jean Monnet Network (EUMENIA) and the University of Jordan will convene an International Conference on Tuesday 21 April 2020 that explores the multifaceted relationships – including the cultural, political, social, legal and economic interrelations – between the European Union and the Middle […]
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New policy brief: Dr. Tamirace Fakhoury published a policy brief entitled “The Unmaking of Lebanon’s Sectarian Order? The October Uprising and its Drivers”
Dr. Tamirace Fakhoury published a policy brief entitled “The Unmaking of Lebanon’s Sectarian Order? The October Uprising and its Drivers” in the IAI’s The International Spectator. The article is available here
On November 14th and in conjunction with United Painting, SIRIUS partners engaged with artists and refugees in Florence in a community art for social change project. United Painting, originally Favela Painting, builds bridges between community art, urban planning and social design, creating multi-faceted social impact […]
Prof. Michelle Pace made a presentation on “Ethical and methodological challenges in researching the vulnerable” at RUC’s Data Talks
Professor Michelle Pace of Roskilde University (RUC) made a presentation on “Ethical and methodological challenges in researching the vulnerable” at RUC’s Data Talks: a new initiative on Research Data Management. RUC Data Talks is an informal platform that allows academic colleagues to discuss their approaches […]
Michelle Pace’s Special Issue in Political Psychology (which she co-guest edited with Ali Bilgic) on “Emotions in the politics of security and diplomacy” was published as Volume 40, Issue 6, 2019. Pages: 1199-1417. It is available here The guest editors’ concluding article on “Studying Emotions […]
As of November 1rst 2019, Michelle Pace has been hired as a full Professor in Global Studies at Roskilde University. She has been at the department as Professor (MSO) with special responsibilities in EU-MENA relations since February 1rst 2014.
On September 5th, Prof. Michelle Pace co-organised and participated at the Wellcome Trust project workshop
UCL, The Bartlett Development Planning Unit, London: Prof. Michelle Pace co-organised and participated at the Wellcome Trust project workshop on ‘Gaza: The spatio-politics of health, death and life’. She is co-PI on this project together with Professor Haim Yacobi of UCL.
Prof. Michelle Pace delivered a training session at a workshop for early career and PhD researchers on “Research methods and ethics in migration and refugee studies”. The workshop focused on different methodological approaches as well as ethical issues that arise when researching refugees, migrants and […]
Jadaliyya published an interview with Prof. Michelle Pace and Dr. Somdeep Sen, authors of The Palestinian Authority in the West Bank: The Theatrics of Woeful Statecraft (Oxon: Routledge, 2019). The full interview is available here