Conference & Workshop Chair
Conference Section Chair
The Political Economy of Control: Race and (In)Security in the Neoliberal Present, EISA Early Career Researchers Workshop (10 September, Sofia). 2019. Department of International Relations, University of Sussex (20 February, Brighton).
Discipline and the Neoliberal State, King’s College London (24 January, London). 2017.
Neoliberalism, Authoritarianism and Populism: Which Way Now?, SOAS, University of London (13 June, London). 2016.
Social Movements, Political Parties and the State, Movements@Manchester and Global Political Economy Research Cluster (27 April, Manchester). 2014.
Protests and Social Movements in Turkey, South East European Studies at Oxford (28 May, Oxford). Panel & Roundtable Convenor
Global Capitalism, Global War, Global Crisis, European International Studies Association 12th Pan-European Conference on International Relations (12–15 September, Prague). 2017. Revisiting the ‘American Dominance’ Thesis: International Relations Beyond Eurocentrism?, European International Studies Association 11th Pan-European Conference on International Relations (13–16 September, Barcelona).
Reassessing the State of Neoliberalism. Political Studies Association 66th Annual International Conference (21–23 March, Brighton). 2016. Co-convenor with
Adam David Morton, . Political Studies Association 66th Annual International Conference (21–23 March, Brighton). Gramsci on Tahrir: Roundtable on Revolution and Counter-revolution in Egypt 2015. Co-convenor with
Sébastien Rioux, Marxism and International Relations Theory: Quo Vadis?, European International Studies Association 9th Pan-European Conference on International Relations (23–26 September, Giardini Naxos). 2015. Revolution and Identity in the Middle East: Perspectives from Historical Sociology.
British International Studies Association 40th Anniversary Conference (16–19 June, London). 2015. Co-convenor with
Adam David Morton, A Time and a Place for Gramsci. Political Studies Association 65th Annual International Conference (30 March–1 April, Sheffield).