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Charney, Michael W. (2021) The Introduction of the Application of the Harquebus in Western Mainland Southeast Asia Warfare. In: Beyond the Military Revolution Debate and Geographic Determinism? The Multifarious Reception of the Harquebus, 23-24 September 2021, International remote. (Unpublished)

Cheung, Olivia (2021) When Chinese Communist Party Elites Disagree: Factional Model-Making in Chinese Politics. In: 23rd Biennial Conference of the European Association for Chinese Studies, 24-27 August 2021, Leipzig University, Leipzig.

Charney, Michael W. (2021) No Change Without National Revolution: The Two Myanmars and the Two International Systems. In: Myanmar Genocide Memorial Event by the Free Rohingya Coalition, August 25, 2021, London.

Charney, Michael W. (2021) A Historian Considers the Current Military Takeover in Myanmar. In: Myanmar Dialogues, February 11, 2021, Naresuan University, Thailand. (Unpublished)

Charney, Michael W. (2021) Colonial and Post-Colonial State-think and the Problem with University Education in Southeast Asian Countries. In: Suppression of Academic Freedoms by ASEAN universities” Webinar, 8 January 2021, FORSEA Youtube Page. (Unpublished)


Hamzić, Vanja (2021) Islamic Law, the Private Sphere, State Policy and Transformations. In: Gender and Private International Law Workshop, May 2021, Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law, Hamburg. (Unpublished)

Huang, Linlan and Zou, Huan (2021) How do International Joint Ventures Learn? Exploring the Link between Dynamic Capability, Organizational Relationships and Knowledge Transfer Process in the Low Carbon Industry in an Emerging Market. In: the 48th Academy of International Business UK and Ireland Chapter Conference, 14-16 April 2021, University of Greenwich Business School, London, UK.

Harumi, Seiko (2021) Approaches to interacting with classroom silence: the role of teacher talk. In: British Association of Applied Linguistics (BAAL) Annual Conference: Challenges and opportunities in Applied Linguistics, 9-10, September, 2021, Northumbria University (online). (Unpublished)


Istratii, Romina and Damtew, Aklil (2021) Designing and evaluating faith-based interventions in culture-sensitive ways: Insights from the international evidence and practical lessons from project dldl/ድልድል. In: Designing and evaluating culture-sensitive and faith-based domestic violence interventions: International experiences, 28 October 2021, Virtual.

Istratii, Romina (2021) Decolonising methodologies in migration research: the approach of project dldl/ድልድል. In: Centre of Migration, Diaspora and Exile (MIDEX) Workshop Series on Ethical and Innovative Research in Migration Studies: Decolonising Methodologies Session, 27 October 2021, Virtual. (Unpublished)

Istratii, Romina and Demeter, Márton (2021) Open Access Publishing under Plan S: When Good Intentions Remain Eurocentric. In: European International Studies Association Mid-career Development Roundtable 'Open Access: When the Road to Inequalities is Paved with Good Intentions', 13-17 September 2021, Virtual. (Unpublished)

Istratii, Romina (2021) Project dldl/ድልድል: A research and innovation project dedicated to the development and strengthening of religio-culturally sensitive, domestic violence alleviation systems in Ethiopia, Eritrea and the UK. In: 2021 UKRI Future Leaders Fellowships Annual Conference, 12-14 October 2021, Virtual.

Istratii, Romina (2021) Decolonising Development Theory and Practice: The Role of Religious Knowledge. In: De-colonising Development: An Open Event for Practitioners, 23 June 2021, Virtual.

Istratii, Romina (2021) Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in international research: The GCRF Gender Equality Statement in view of definitions of equitable partnerships and understandings of diversity. In: Faculty of Health and Life Sciences Workshop Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Perspectives in Research, 29 June 2021, University of Liverpool. (Unpublished)

Istratii, Romina (2021) Decolonising prevailing systems of knowledge in international development. In: International Development Conference 2021: Decolonising Prevailing Systems of Knowledge Production Panel, 12-13 February 2021, University of Toronto Scarborough (virtual). (Unpublished)

Istratii, Romina (2021) Working with religious communities to address domestic violence in peace and war-time: Insights from project dldl/ድልድል in Ethiopia. In: JLI Religions, Humanitarianism, and Development Research Reading Group Session, 13 January 2022, Virtual.


Newsham, Andrew, Belcher, Oliver, Schmidt, Jeremy, Bauer, Andrew, Gebara, Maria Fernanda, Ernstson, Henrik, Petersen, Arthur, Hepach, Maximilian, Ohdedar, Birsha, Ribot, Jesse, Sundberg, Juanita, Swyngedouw, Erik, Taylor, Marcus and Tozzi, Arianna (2021) Taking stock of 'relational ontologies' in human-environmental scholarship. In: Taking stock of 'relational ontologies' in human-environmental scholarship, 1-2 July 2021. (Unpublished)


Proietti, Luca (2021) The Challenges of Remote Fieldwork in Performing Arts: Avoid Distorting Japanese Culture Through Virtual and Social Media Ethnography. In: Practical Issues of Fieldwork in Japan, 2-3/11/2021, University of Zurich, Institute of Asian and Oriental Studies. (Unpublished)


Venkat, Vidya (2021) Power, compromise and the legitimisation of rule: Notes on India's right to information movement. In: 49th Annual Conference on South Asia, University of Wisconsin-Madison, October 21-24, 2021, Madison, Wisconsin, USA. (Unpublished)

Venkat, Vidya (2021) Registering the everyday state in India via the Right to Information Act, 2005. In: Registering The Everyday: Documents, Bureaucracy, And The Socio-Legal (Socio-Legal Studies Association, Annual Conference 2021), March 30-April 1, 2021, Cardiff, UK. (Unpublished)

Venkat, Vidya (2021) “Diversity, Culture and Transformation - All Injustices are Connected." Exploring economic, social, and political facets of poverty and investigating the ways in which organizations engage with communities, as well as how local authorities respond. In: Spring Workshop Series with SOAS: Training for Transformation and Participatory Methods for Engaged Research Fund (Open Society University Network), March 16-22, 2021.


Wuttke, Nora (2021) Drawing in the Field – Of intimacy, power inversions and loosing oneself. In: SPA Biennial 2021: Interrogating Inequalities, 6-10 April 2021. (Unpublished)

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