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Autumn Term Research Seminar

Posted on 01/07/2011

Department of Politics and IR Seminar


Autumn 2011 Programme


All meetings will be held in FW101 at 5.15 pm unless otherwise notified.

27 September  Giacomo Benedetto (Royal Holloway)

‘The politics of the Eurozone crisis’

4 October    Sandra Halperin (Royal Holloway)

‘The Arab Spring: reflections on political resistance and the roots of power’

11 October       Chris Brown (LSE)

‘After Caroline: NSS 2002, practical judgement and the politics and ethics of pre-emption’

18 October   Colin Davis (Royal Holloway)

‘Social influence in televised election debates: a potential distortion of democracy’

25 October       Anja Neundorf (Nuffield College, Oxford)

‘The post-socialist citizen: adjusting to a new political system’

8 November    Frank Grundig (University of Kent)

‘Structural group leadership and environmental regime effectiveness’

15 November  Nathan Widder (Royal Holloway)

‘A semblance of identity: Nietzsche on the agency of the drives and their relation to consciousness’

22 November  Elizabeth Evans (University of Kingston)

‘Sluts, sexism and sisterhood: exploring the political narratives of third-wave feminism’

29 November   Stephanie Carvin (Royal Holloway)

‘Weapon of choice: competing approaches to conventional weapons regulation’

6 December    Sir Ivor Crewe (University College, Oxford)

‘Why are we so badly governed? Domestic policy blunders in the UK 1980-2010’


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