Ritual Deterrence Team Present Work at ISA, San Francisco

Ritual Deterrence joins 2023 UK DAAA conference

Maria Mälksoo at EISA PEC2023, Potsdam, 5-9 Sept 2023

Maria Mälksoo participates at the 16th EISA Pan-European Conference on International Relations (EISA PEC2023) at the University of Potsdam, Germany, on 5-9 Sept 2023. She presents her co-authored paper (with Jorg Kustermans) ‘Ritual and the limits of the everyday’ in the panel ‘The Practice Turn in IR and Its Critics’, convenes the roundtable on her edited volume Handbook on the Politics of Memory (Edward Elgar, 2023), participates in two roundtables (‘Let’s talk about war!’; ‘Wartime Heterarchy — Exploring the Nodes and Layers of the West-Russia-China relations’) and speaks at the main plenary session ‘Democratizing the construction of future orders’. 

Maria Mälksoo at the ISA Annual Convention 2023, Montréal, Canada, 15-18 March 2023

Maria Mälksoo presented a paper ‘Writing Deterrence Differently’ as part of the panel ‘The Ritual Moment in International Relations’ at the 2023 annual convention of the International Studies Association in Montréal, Quebec, Canada, 15-18 March 2023. She also spoke at two roundtables (on writing and publishing practices and at the Historical International Relations section’s Distinguished Scholar Panel Honouring Beate Jahn) and served as a discussant for the panel ‘Defending Memory: Exploring the Relationship between Mnemonical In/security and Crises in Global Politics’.

Maria Mälksoo speaking at EISA PEC2022, Panteion University, Athens, Greece, 1-4 Sept 2022

Maria Mälksoo presented a paper ‘Deterrence by Other Means: The International Politics of Domestic Memory Laws’ at the European International Studies Association’s 15th Pan-European Conference on International Relations (EISA PEC2022) at Panteion University in Athens, Greece on 1-4 September 2022. She also served as a discussant of two panels ( ‘Diplomatic practices of status recognition and the power of audiences’; ‘The Limits of the International’) and participated in two roundtables (‘The problem of difference in IPS: fracturing logics of representation involved in polarising identity and power politics today?’; ‘Bakhtin in IR: philosophy, theory, practice’).