We are SEPAD High impact, international research from academics and policy makers working in the field
Social Relations After COVID-19: LEBANON Edward Wastnidge - 27th Nov 2023 In 2021, a working group of academics affiliated with the SEPAD and TOI projects...
Social Relations After COVID-19: IRAQ Edward Wastnidge - 27th Nov 2023 In 2021, a working group of academics affiliated with the SEPAD and TOI projects...
Spatialising Securitisation in the Middle East Javier Bordón - 21st May 2023

What We Do

The Sectarianism, Proxies and De-sectarianisation (SEPAD) project based at Lancaster University’s Richardson Institute is a collaborative project aimed at understanding the conditions that give rise to sectarian violence and proxy conflicts.

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Announcements

Critical Approaches to State and Sovereignty: Part 5 (Uysal) Simon Mabon - 15th Jan 2024 The State, exception and Turkey Gönenç Uysal Lecturer in International Political...
Critical Approaches to State and Sovereignty: Part 4 (Mabon) Simon Mabon - 11th Dec 2023 Re-Imaging Sovereignty and the State  “We are at war with one another;...
Critical Approaches to State and Sovereignty: Part 3 (Teti) Simon Mabon - 7th Dec 2023 Simulacra of Sovereignty and Statehood: The Biopolitics of Deferral, Simulation...

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