20 Apr 2019
Dissemination of GREYZONE's findings
The PI, Mihaela Mihai, presents GREYZONE's findings at the Catholic University in Leuven, Belgium and Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona, Spain.
13 Mar 2019
Greyzone Represented at APSA 2019
Greyzone will be well represented at APSA 2019 by Maša Mrovlje, who organised a panel entitled “Grey Zones of Resistance and Contemporary Political Theory”.
13 Feb 2019
New publication co-authored by Greyzone's Gisli Vogler
A new publication, co-authored by GREYZONE PhD student Gisli Vogler, has been accepted for publication in The Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy
13 Feb 2019
Forthcoming Greyzone presentations this spring
Members of the Greyzone team are presenting findings at various universities this spring.
12 Feb 2019
Second Greyzone Film Series Complicity 2
The second Greyzone Film series is currently ongoing at the Grassmarket Community Project in Edinburgh.
14 Jan 2019
Second Greyzone Film series forthcoming in February 2019
Four films on the complex issue of complicity with systemic violence, introduced by academics and followed by Q and A. Free entry. Grassmarket Community Project, Edinburgh. Register here: goo.gl/xeK3b1
11 Sep 2018
Conference Participations by Maša Mrovlje
Greyzone post-doc Maša Mrovlje disseminates Greyzone findings in Oxford and Aberdeen
11 Sep 2018
Event Organisation Rethinking Resistance
Greyzone PhD student, Gisli Vogler, co-organises conference on Rethinking Resistance: The Ethics of Defiance, Opposition, and Struggle in an Age of Disenchantment
26 Jul 2018
Two new forthcoming publications by PI Mihaela Mihai
GREYZONE's PI, Mihaela Mihai has recently had two articles accepted for publication: 'Architectural Transitional Justice? Political Renewal within the Scars of a Violent Past' is forthcoming in the International Journal of Transitional Justice and 'The Caring Refusenik: A Portrait' will be published by Constellations
22 Jun 2018
We are seeking two Postdoctoral Research Fellows to work with us on the GREYZONE project. Deadline July 23rd, 5 pm.
26 Apr 2018
The Programme of the Greyzone Summer School Now Available
The programme of the GREYZONE Summer school, "Navigating the Grey Zone: Complicity, Resistance and Solidarity" is now available.
15 Mar 2018
Forthcoming conference participations by GREYZONE members
These is our team's conference participation schedule for the next few months
02 Mar 2018
New GREYZONE publication by Maša Mrovlje
Maša Mrovlje's article 'Beyond Nussbaum’s Ethics of Reading: Camus, Arendt and the Political Significance of Narrative Imagination' has been accepted for publication by the journal The European Legacy.
08 Jan 2018
Mihaela Mihai's article on the epistemic value of art now available online
Mihaela Mihai's article on the epistemic value of art is now available online, on the website of the journal Contemporary Political Theory (https://doi-org.ezproxy.is.ed.ac.uk/10.1057/s41296-017-0186-z)
A GREYZONE Special Issue accepted for publication in Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy
A Special Issue co-edited by Mihaela Mihai and Mathias Thaler and entitled "Political Violence and the Imagination" is now forthcoming in Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy. Mihaela also contributed an article on complicity, memory and hope.
Hugh McDonnell's book reviewed in H-France Review
Hugh McDonnell's monograph, Europeanising Spaces in Paris, c. 1947-1962 (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2016) has just been reviewed in H-France Review.
GREYZONE at APSA, San Francisco 2017
Greyzone represented at APSA: Maša Mrovlje organised a panel on "Philosophies of Existence and the Grey Zone"
PI's article on the seductive power of art accepted for publication in Contemporary Political Theory
Mihaela Mihai's paper on the seductive power of art to disclose complex oppression has been accepted for publication in Contemporary Political Theory.
Critical Exchange published online first in Contemporary Political Theory
This Critical Exchange is the result of two workshops held at the University of Edinburgh and the University of St. Andrews in November 2016. We thank the commentators at these events – Nathan Coombs, Patrick Hayden, Tony Lang and Nick Rengger – for their helpful feedback on the presentations. For institutional support, we owe gratitude to our home universities and Edinburgh University Press. Finally, we are grateful to Andrew Schaap for inviting us to edit the papers as a Critical Exchange for Contemporary Political Theory.
Forthcoming GREYZONE Summer School June 2018
The GREYZONE Summer School is scheduled to take place in June 2018
Two GREYZONE panels at ECPR 2017
Three members of the research team in GREYZONE panels at the annual ECPR meeting in Oslo, September 2017
Maša Mrovlje's article on violent resistance is out online
Maša's article 'Judging Violent Resistances: Camus’s Artistic Sensibility and the Grey Zone of Rebellion' is now available at http://journals.sagepub.com/eprint/tgrt3M7UFhwGMWinYK6d/full
Hugh McDonnell on ‘Britain in the Grey Zone of François Mitterrand’s Second World War’
Hugh McDonnell presented a paper at the workshop organised by the Royal Society of Edinburgh Network: ‘Relations between Britain and France in World War Two’, 3rd of May 2017, Institut Français d’Ecosse, Edinburgh.
Forthcoming Conference Participations
The members of the GREYZONE team have been invited to present work at various venues in the next few months.
Our first film series took place in March 2017
Our first film series starts in March 2017: Complicity at the Cameo, in Edinburgh. Remember to book your tickets, seating is limited.
Maša Mrovlje Secures Contract for Rethinking Political Judgement
Maša Mrovlje secured a contract for her monograph entitled Rethinking Political Judgement. The volume has been accepted for publication by Edinburgh University Press.
Mihaela Mihai Presents Paper on Theatre and Political Memory
Mihaela Mihai presented a paper on theatre and political memory at the University of Warwick, within a workshop on Transitional Justice and the Emotions.
Decolonising the University
Hugh McDonnell participated in the roundtable event entitled 'Should Universities revisit their colonial legacies?'
Relating to the Past
Mihaela Mihai participated in a roundtable organised by the LSE’s The Forum.
The Limits of Hate Legislation
Mihaela Mihai participated in a conference organised by the Council of Europe on the topic of free speech.
Hugh McDonnell is participating in the Ethics Forum
Hugh McDonnell is participating in the Ethics Forum – a series of public roundtables organised by the Just World Institute at the University of Edinburgh.
Gisli Vogler is organising the annual CIAP2016
In collaboration with the School of Politics and International Relations, University of Leeds, Gisli Vogler is currently organising the annual conference on interdisciplinary approaches to politics, CIAP2016, which considers the role of Emotions in Politics and IR.
Mihaela Mihai gave a talk on art and the greyzone
Mihaela Mihai gave a talk on art and the greyzone at the University of Southampton, Politics Department.
Gisli Vogler joined the Greyzone team
Gisli Vogler joined the Greyzone team as a PhD candidate. His most recent publication is: Vogler G (2016) 'Power between habitus and reflexivity: introducing Margaret Archer to the power debate'. 'Journal of Political Power', 9(1), 65-82.
Special issue based on the first GREYZONE workshop is in preparation
A special issue based on the first GREYZONE workshop has been approved and is currently in preparation with 'Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy'.
Maša in the annual conference of the British International Studies Association
Maša participated in the annual conference of the British International Studies Association. Her paper was entitled: 'Narrative imagination and responsibility for the world: Confronting the challenge of collective responsibility in the context of transitional justice debates.'
PI participated in the founding meeting of the Political Responsibility Network
The PI participated in the founding meeting of the Political Responsibility Network, held at the University of Durham, UK. The network gathers researchers from a variety of international institutions, working on the various facets of political responsibility.
Maša’s new paper has been accepted
Maša’s paper, 'Forgiveness, Representative Judgement and Love of the World: Exploring the Political Significance of Forgiveness in the Context of Transitional Justice and Reconciliation Debates' has been accepted for publication by Philosophia.
PI in the annual critical theory conference
The PI participated in the annual critical theory conference, held at the Czech Academy of Science. The title of her paper was 'The Art of Solidarity'.
First international workshop sponsored by GREYZONE
The team participated in the first international workshop sponsored by GREYZONE.
Negative Emotions and Transitional Justice was published
The PI’s monograph, 'Negative Emotions and Transitional Justice' was published by Columbia University Press.
Preliminary findings from GREYZONE presented at the University of Cambridge
The PI also presented some preliminary findings from GREYZONE at the University of Cambridge, the Contemporary Political Thought seminar series.
Maša`s review of Simone de Beauvoir`s Philosophy of Age was published
Maša`s review of Simone de Beauvoir`s Philosophy of Age was published
Roundtable organised by the Forum for European Philosophy
The PI will participate in a roundtable organised by the Forum for European Philosophy, the London School of Economics.
Repairing the Past, Imagining the Future.
The preliminary findings of the project will be discussed at an international conference organised at the University of Edinburgh: Repairing the Past, Imagining the Future.
PI in a conference on Freedom of Expression
GREYZONE’s PI, Mihaela Mihai, participated in a conference on Freedom of Expression, organised by the Council of Europe.
First paper on the topic of GREYZONE
The PI presented a first paper on the topic of GREYZONE at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association in San Francisco.