Seminar Series

The AGPT is hosting a series of seminars for Fall 2021, which will be held virtually via Zoom on Mondays*, 12–1.30pm Eastern Time. Details for the seminar series can be found on this page and on our social media. To attend an event, please register to receive the Zoom link by clicking on the relevant event link and filling out the form. Please note that you are required to pre-register separately for each individual event. Any event updates, including Zoom recordings where applicable, will be emailed to pre-registered attendees.

Please search your inbox or spam box for emails from hwp@harvard.edu or yiningchang@g.harvard.edu if you cannot find the Zoom link, or feel free to email us at globalpoliticalthought@g.harvard.edu.

*Professor Rasoul Namazi's session on October 22, 12–1.30pm, will take place on a Friday.

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Fall 2021 Workshops

2021 Oct 25

Islamic Socialism: Visions of Islamic Statehood and an Islamic International from the East

Date: 

Monday, October 25, 2021, 12:00pm to 1:30pm

Location: 

via Zoom

Professor Teren Sevea (Harvard University, Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Assistant Professor of Islamic Studies) will present his ongoing work, "Islamic Socialism: Visions of Islamic Statehood and an Islamic International from the East".

Yi Ning Chang (Harvard University) will respond.

Please pre-register to receive the Zoom link and other updates. 

See also: Upcoming Events
2021 Nov 08

Rastafari Reason and Eschatologies of Slavery: Besides Social Death and Before the New Human

Date: 

Monday, November 8, 2021, 12:00pm to 1:30pm

Location: 

via Zoom

Professor Robbie Shilliam (Political Science Department, Johns Hopkins University) will present his paper “Rastafari Reason and Eschatologies of Slavery: Besides Social Death and Before the New Human."

Panashe Chigumadzi (African and African American Studies, Harvard University) will discuss the paper.

Please pre-register to receive the Zoom link and other updates. 

See also: Upcoming Events
2021 Nov 29

Closing Roundtable: What is the "Global" in Global Political Thought?

Date: 

Monday, November 29, 2021, 12:00pm to 1:30pm

Location: 

via Zoom

 

In this closing roundtable, Professors Shruti Kapila (University of Cambridge) and David Armitage (Harvard University) return with Professor Joshua Simon (Johns Hopkins University) to explore what the "global" is, could be, and perhaps should be, in the theory and practice of global political thought.

Joshua Simon shares perspectives of his pioneering research on Latin American political theory; Shruti Kapila discusses the past and present of South Asian political thought; David Armitage surveys the landscape and seascape of international thought in the age of global transformations.

This event is generously co-sponsored by the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies and the Harvard University Asia Center. Please pre-register to receive the Zoom link and other updates.

See also: Upcoming Events