Annual Conference

Annual Millennium Conference, 2015:

Failure and Denial in World Politics.

Does international failure open new and implicit boundaries of thought, politics, action, and control, that affects and steers world politics? Does our global ‘house of cards’ rely upon a denial of these very failures, so as to sustain status-quo discourses, hierarchies, and social relations? Does IR theorise only success, whilst downplaying or ignoring the impacts, effects, and government, of failures? Millennium seeks to push the boundaries of IR scholarship through a critical, philosophical, and historical interrogation of two interrelated concepts that are imbricated with the economic, environmental, financial, political, biological, and technological crises sweeping the globe today: failure and denial in world politics.

(Details regarding Keynotes, panel, and paper proposals forthcoming…)

 

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Conference posterAnnual Conference 2014

Quo Vadis IR: Method, Methodology and Innovation

17-19 October 2014
London School of Economics and Political Science

Follow the conference on Twitter at #milconf2014.

The Conference Programme is now online (.pdf).

Location: Clement House (Aldwych), LSE

 

 

You can register for the conference using the registration form (.doc). Discounted rates are available for students and one-day attendance.

For further information on the conference, please contact the Conference Team at: millennium.conference@lse.ac.uk.

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A selection of the conference papers will be published in Millennium: Journal of International Studies, volume 43, no. 3. Authors will need to submit the updated versions of their conference papers via Millennium’s online system as a “conference article” by November 17th.


 

Call for Papers

Call for papers as a PDF

Call for papers as a PDF

Millennium welcomes panel and paper submissions for its annual conference which will take place at the London School of Economics on 17th - 19th October 2014. The conference offers a setting for dialogue among academics about methods and methodologies in International Relations today. Millennium aims both to further the discussion of contemporary practices of argumentation and inference in IR and to explore future directions for research. The interdisciplinary nature of international relations scholarship and the expansion of empirical work have opened the way to methodological innovation. Building on its tradition of critical inquiry, Millennium is uniquely positioned to host such a debate on the role and direction of methods and methodology in IR. The editorial team welcomes papers and panels with methodological and substantial content, grounded in different ontological traditions.

We encourage the submission of substantive panels consisting of papers that employ different research methods to investigate the same research topic. Contributions employing or discussing the use of mixed methods are especially welcome. We aim to go beyond the methodological divide between quantitative and qualitative research and particularly encourage the submission of papers and panels that present methodological innovations, such as new types of data and means of measurement, original comparative approaches to new social and political phenomena, and cross-disciplinary arguments that make a new contribution to the study of international relations.

The submission deadline for panel and paper proposals was Wednesday, July 2nd 2014.


Previous Conferences and Special Issues

2013
Rethinking the Standard(s) of Civilisation(s) in International Relations
Published as Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 42 (3), June 2014

2012
Materialism in World Politics
Published as Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 41 (3), June 2013

2011
Out of the Ivory Tower: Weaving the Theories and Practice of International Relations
Published as Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 40 (3), June 2012

2010
International Relations in Dialogue
Published as Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 39(3), May 2011

2009
After Liberalism?
Published as Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 38(3), May 2010

2008
Interrogating Democracy in International Relations
Published as Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 37(3), May 2009

2007
Peace in International Relations
Published as Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 36(3), May 2008

2006
Theory of ‘the International’ Today
Published as Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 35(3), September 2007

2005
Between Fear and Wonder: International Politics, Representation and the Sublime
Published as Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 34(3), August 2006

2004
Facets of Power in International Relations
Published as Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 33(3), June 2005

2003
International Relations in a Digital Age
Published as Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 32(3), December 2003

2002
Pragmatism in International Relations
Published as Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 31(3), July 2002

2001
Images and Narratives in World Politics
Published as Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 30(3), December 2001

2000
Religions and International Relations
Published as Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 29(3), December 2000

1999
Territorialities, Identities and Movement in International Relations
Published as Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 28(3), December 1999

1998
Ethics and International Relations
Published as Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 27(3), September 1998

1997
War Endings: Reasons, Strategies and Implications
Published as Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 26(3), December 1997

1996
Poverty in World Politics
Published as Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 25(3), December 1996

1995
The Globalisation of Liberalism
Published as Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 24(3), December 1995

1994
Social Movements and World Politics
Published as Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 23(3), March 1994

1993
Culture in International Relations
Published as Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 22(3), December 1993

1992
Beyond International Society
Published as Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 21(3), December 1992

1991
Reimagining the Nation
Published as Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 20(3), December 1991

1990
Global Environmental Change in International Relations
Published as Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 19(3), December 1990

1989
International Relations of Japan
Published as Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 18(3), December 1989

1988
Women and International Relations
Published as Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 17(3), December 1988

1987
The Study of International Relations
Published as Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 16(3), December 1987

1986
Strategy and Arms Control in East-West Relations
Published as Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 15(3), December 1986

1985
The Nationalist Challenge
Published as Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 14(3), December 1985

1984
The Central American Crisis
Published as Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 13(3), December 1984

1983
The Falkland Crisis: One Year Later
Published as Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 12(3), September 1983

1981
Theoretical Approaches to the Study of International Relations
Published as Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 10(3), September 1981

1980
East-West Relations After the Middle East Crisis
Published as Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 9(3), December 1980

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