The 2019 Pan-European Conference, hosted by the European International Studies Association (EISA), took place this September in Sofia, Bulgaria. The 2019 conference theme focused on the ‘seen and unseen of international relations,’ drawing together leading scholars from across the world.
In Sofia, I presented several papers exploring the relationship between material technological design and world politics, and another on the place of photographic methods in studying international affairs. I also spoke at one of the opening plenaries for the conference and two roundtables focused on International Political Sociology.
Celebrating the forthcoming release of a special edited I have edited (Composing Global Security), the European Journal of International Security also hosted an open reception during the event.