Academic Responsibilities & Advocacy

Millennium: Journal of International Studies

I am a co-editor of Millennium‘s vol. 50 (with Tarsis Brito and Shruti Balaji).

Millennium is a peer-reviewed and highly ranked journal that aims to publish critical, theoretical, and boundary-pushing articles from the discipline of International Relations (IR), as well as original thinking from elsewhere in the social sciences with a global dimension. We welcome challenging and innovative contributions that articulate alternative theoretical perspectives and that explore subject areas with which IR has had little or no serious engagement.

As one of the few peer-reviewed academic journals edited entirely by doctoral and postgraduate students, Millennium strives to be a place of intellectual pluralism and diversity where contributions from research students can rub shoulders with the great and the good.

Millennium is based at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and is published three times a year by SAGE Publications. Each October, the annual Millennium conference provides a forum for discussion on the latest developments in critical international studies.

LSE Women’s PhD Network

The LSE Women’s PhD Network is voluntary group of PhD students from different departments and disciplines at LSE. The network aims at fostering exchange, support and mentoring between women PhD students working at LSE, as well as providing a space for women PhD students to share and discuss their concerns. We organize both informal and formal events ranging from social get-togethers and Friday lunches to professional trainings and a speaker series with female academics.

Find more about us and our latest trainings & events here.

Doing IPS PhD Seminar Series

I am a co-organiser of the 2020-21 edition of the Doing IPS PhD Seminar Series.

The Series provides doctoral candidates with a forum dedicated to International Political Sociology where they can: (1) present their work and receive feedback from peers and senior academics in the field, (2) engage with contemporary IPS research designs and debates, and (3) develop transdisciplinary and cross-institutional relationships with a view to facilitating further discussions and collaborations around common research themes.

The series is made up of monthly student-led seminars jointly organised through KCL, QMUL, and LSE.

More details on the programme, sponsors, and organisers can be found on the DoingIPS website.