UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES)


Dr Paul Stubbs visiting SSEES

24 February 2023

Dr Paul Stubbs is visiting SSEES from 22 February until 17 March 2023.

Dr Paul Stubbs

Paul Stubbs is Senior Research Fellow in the Institute of Economics, Zagreb, Croatia. He works on social protection and social inclusion in South East Europe with a particular focus on the role of transnational and international actors, on policy translation, and on the history of social welfare in socialist Yugoslavia. 

Whilst based at SSEES, Dr Stubbs will take part in a panel discussion on the book 'Socialist Yugoslavia and the Non-Aligned Movement' with two chapter authors Dr Dubravka Sekulić and Professor Peter Willetts together with Dr Ranka Primorac, at UCL SSEES on 10 March. He will undertake archival research on the New International Economic Order (NIEO), exploring the roles of the Non-Aligned Movement, the G77, UNCTAD and the Commonwealth. He will also complete a text on the NIEO and the New World Information and Communications Order (NWICO) with a focus on the inter-relationship between NAM and UNESCO. He will undertake research on the racial structuring of NAM and the ambivalent deracialized anti-racism of socialist Yugoslavia. He will also begin research on the explicit and implicit envirnmental politics of NAM and the Global South in and around the UN Summit on the Human Environment held in Stockholm in 1972. He will also deliver lectures to students at UCL and the University of Southampton. 

More information about Paul and previous Visiting Scholars.