Conference programme overview

A Decade of Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism since 9/11:  taking stock and new directions in research and policy

Draft Programme

Thursday 8th September 2011

1400 – 1500            Registration and Coffee

1500 – 1515             Opening Welcome TBC

1515 – 1530            Opening Address: Some thoughts on Terrorism, State Terrorism and the Academy  David Miller, University of Strathclyde

1530 – 1630            Plenary: Unknown Knowns: The Subjugated Knowledge of Terrorism Studies     Richard Jackson, Aberystwyth University

1630                         Coffee available

1630 – 1745            Critical Terrorism Studies Working Group AGM

1630-1800 Alternative: Walking tour of city centre and Scottish whiskey tasting session (free but booking essential)

1800 – 1930            Public Event Roundtable:  From 9/11 to Norway:  What have we learnt?  Bob Lambert, Aamer Anwar, Helen Dexter and others

Friday 9th September 2011

0930 – 1030            Presentation of Papers/Panel Sessions

 1030 – 1100            Morning Coffee

1100 – 1230            Presentation of Papers/Panel Sessions

1230 – 1330            Lunch

1330 – 1500            Research WorkshopRichard Jackson, Aberystwyth and Bob Lambert, Exeter   (Supported by the EPSRC Bridging the Gap programme)

1500 – 1530            Afternoon Tea

1530 – 1630            Presentation of Papers/Panel Sessions

1630 – 1800            PlenaryTerrorism as Witchcraft: The Blind Spots of the U.S. Counterterrorism Thought and Policies  Joseba Zulaika, University of Nevada

1830 – 1930            Civic Reception – Glasgow City Chambers

2100 till late – Scottish Ceilidh at Sloan’s Bar & Restaurant in the city centre (cost £8/£5 booking essential)

Saturday 10th September 2011

0930 – 1100            Presentation of Papers/Panel Sessions

1100 – 1130            Morning Coffee

1130 – 1300            Plenary:  Don’t Confuse me with the Facts:  Knowledge Claims & Terrorism       Michael Stohl, University of California

1300 – 1400            Lunch

1400 – 1500

  • Behind the Research 1:  Gender and Terrorism Caron Gentry, St Andrews
  • Behind the Research 2:  Terrorism as Self-Fulfilling Prophecy  Joseba Zulaika

 1500 – 1530            Afternoon Tea

1530 – 1700            Presentation of Papers/Panel Session

1700 – 1830            Plenary:  Muslim Partners or Muslim Extremists? Bob Lambert, University of Exeter

 1830 – 1915            Book Launch

1930  –             Conference Dinner – Lord Todd building (optional)

Sunday 11th September 2011

0930 – 1030            Plenary:  Governing Emotion:  Disrupting the Construction of Counter-Terrorism Policies:  Caron Centry, University of St Andrews

1030 – 1100            Morning Coffee

1100 – 1230            Presentation of Papers/Panel Sessions

1230 –  1300            Closing Address David Miller/Helen Dexter

1300                        Lunch and Departure

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