Professor Michael Doyle will be speaking at the Universidade Estadual Paulista Julio de Mesquita Filho's (UNESP) fifteenth week of International Relations, which will take place from August 28 to September 1, 2017 at the Faculty of Philosophy and Sciences, Campus of Marília-SP.
The event is sponsored by the Boards of International Relations courses at UNESP (Campus of Marilia and France) and the Graduate Program in Social Sciences, with support of Sociology and Anthropology departments (DSA) and Political Science and Economics ( DCPE), Faculty of Philosophy and Sciences UNESP, Marília Campus SP.
The International Relations Week was consolidated by its periodicity and academic projection, contributing to relevant conceptual reflections in the area and to strengthen the study of international relations in undergraduate and graduate levels.
Since the first edition in 2003, the week with the participation of professionals and academics from Brazil and abroad, covering topics such as "The Crisis of the International System", "Integration and Fragmentation of the International Scene," "Ideas and Values in International Relations," "Political Conflict and Cultural Rights," "New Actors and International Relations," "Foreign Policy in Latin America," "Estadocentrismo and Deglobalization," "Regionalisms and International Relations", "Research, Practice and Prospects," "Construction of IR in Brazil at the beginning of the 21st century," "New Protagonists and New Conjunctures," "Southern Visions: Crisis and the International System Transformations," "Culture and Human rights in IR," and "A (dis)Construction of IR: the movement in the world," with concrete results by the publication of books related to the event, which allowed its transformation from the 2011 edition, at an international level seminar.
Its 15th edition has the theme "The challenges of foreign policy and security in the 21st Century" which will be discussed at conferences, round tables, short courses and workshops also served as an inspiration, under the thematic seminars, for most of the papers presented.
The XV International Relations Week presents an opportunity to bring together teachers, researchers, students and professionals, promoting the exchange of ideas and experiences on the subject. The breadth of the subject is related to the very scope of International Relations and the various activities that make up the event intend to discuss some challenges involving the present century, allowing the display of different theoretical and methodological trends and find answers to frequently present complex problems the various internationalist's performance environments.