Panels Organized or Convened
(2017) Section chair of “Exploring Global South Contributions in International Relations,” which consists of number of panels and roundtable. World International Studies Committee’s 5th Global International Studies Conference (National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, April 01-03).
(2017) Organizer of the “Exploring Global South Contributions in International Relations.” International Workshop of the Philippine International Studies Organization and ISA Global South Caucus (Far Eastern University, Manila, Philippines, March 09-10).
(2017) Organizer of the “Disciplining the Discipline: The History, Theory and Practice of International Relations in the Philippines.” Founding International Conference of the Philippine International Studies Organization (Far Eastern University, Manila, Philippines, March 08-10).
(2016) Co-convening the Co-IRIS workshop entitled “Worlding beyond the Clash of Civilizations: An Agenda for an International Relations-Islam Discourse” at the European International Studies Association’s 3rd European Workshops in International Studies (University of Tübingen, Germany, April 06-08). It has 21 papers presented in this workshop.
(2015) Three panels co-organized with Co-IRIS at the International Studies Association’s Annual Convention (New Orleans, USA, February 18-21).
———-(1) International Relations and Islamic Studies: A New Agenda
———-(2) Islam and Democracy: The Case of the Arab Spring
———-(3) International Relations and Islam: The Peculiar Case of Nation-State
(2015) “Co-IRIS: Islamic Perspectives on Theory and Praxis in International Relations.” Co-organized with Co-IRIS at the Italian Society for Middle Eastern Studies Conference (Venice, Italy, January 16-17).
(2014) “Islamic Perspectives on Theory and Praxis in International Relations.” Middle Eastern Congress on Politics and Society (Sakarya University, Turkey, October 14-17).
(2014) “Co-IRIS: Islamic Perspectives on Theory and Praxis in International Relations.” Co-organized with Co-IRIS at the World Congress for Middle Eastern Studies (Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey, August 18-22). Recipient of financial assistance program.
(2014) Two panels at the annual conference of the Department of International Relations (Middle East Technical University, Turkey, June 25-27).
———-(1) Islamic Perspectives on Theory in International Relations
———-(2) Islamic Perspectives on Praxis in International Relations
(2014) “The Bangsamoro (Sub)State: Its Identity, Nature, Struggles, and Movements.” Southeast Asian Studies Symposium (University of Oxford, UK, March 22-23). Received student grant from the University of Oxford’s Project Southeast Asia and recipient of travel grant given by the Philippines’ National Commission for Culture and the Arts.
(2013) “Research Cohort for Islam and International Relations.” European International Studies Association’s 2nd Exploratory Symposia (Rapallo, Italy, October 30-November 02). Recipient of free hotel accommodation and half board (breakfast and lunch) plus opening dinner.
(2013) “The Bangsamoro Question: Its Identity, Nature, Struggles, and Movements.” Asian Political and International Studies Association conference (Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey, October 25-26). Received accommodation grant.
(2013) Section Chair of the “Critical Relations between Islam and International Relations,” which is composed of seven panels. European International Studies Association’s Pan-European Conference on International Relations (Warsaw, Poland, September 18-21). Received registration fee waiver.
———-(1) Geopolitics of Iran and Iraq, Israeli-Iranian Nuclear Problem, and Velayate-e Faqih
———-(2) Theoretical Notions, Conceptual Approaches, and Paradigms
———-(3) Depiction of Prophet Muhammad, Problem of Cultural Incommensurability, and Muslim Countries Relations with France and UK
———-(4) Muslim Political Thought, International Society, and GCC
———-(5) Arab Spring, Democracy, and Islamist Conceptions of Political Life
———-(6) Turkey’s Political Islam and Foreign Policy
———-(7) Politics of Gender, Collective Identity, Neo-Patrimonialism, and Desecuritization