We are delighted to have two panels at the PSA Conference taking place in Brighton between March 21-23. The theme of the conference is ‘Politics and the Good Life’.
We have attracted an impressive range of contributors for both panels.
The first panel ‘Establishing a Good Life: Politics and Policy in East Asia’ reviews the formation of several contemporary political issues, and explores the nature of the region’s challenges from a range of perspectives. The panel debates the intricacies of the policies that have been designed and implemented to facilitate the pursuit of ‘good politics’ in East Asia. This panel will take Monday 21st March 14:15 – 15:45 at Hilton Meeting Room 1, and will be chaired by Dr. Liam McCarthy-Cotter (Nottingham Trent)
The second panel ‘Pursuing a Good Life: Politics and Policy in East Asia’ explores the strategies that have been deployed by a range of East and Southeast Asian actors to establish ‘good politics’ in the region. Analysing a range of issues from a variety of politics and International Relations perspectives to illustrate the challenges the region faces. This panel will take place Tuesday 22nd March 09:30 – 11:00 at Hilton Meeting Room 1, and will be chaired by Dr. Leanne-Marie McCarthy Cotter (Sheffield).
Details of the panels can be found below.
Chair: Dr Liam McCarthy-Cotter
Dr Elena Atanassova-Cornelis (Catholic University of Louvain & University of Antwerp)
Dr Lee Jones (Queen Mary, University of London)
Miss Chau Nguyen (University of East Anglia)
Dr Michael Clarke (National Security College, Australian National University)
Chair: Dr Leanne-Marie McCarthy-Cotter
Ms Maria Theresa Anna Robles (University of Warwick)
Dr Masahiro Mogaki (The University of Sheffield)
Ms Eunkyung Shin (University of York)
Miss Chi Zhang (University of Leeds)