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Research Seminar Series 2020/21 

The department of Politics and IR host a weekly research seminar in which recognised academics from the UK and abroad present and discuss their work. This year, the series will be held online. If you are not a member of the department but are interested in attending, please contact Dr Sofia Collignon (email Sofia.Collignon@rhul.ac.uk

Below is a list of confirmed speakers for the Autumn term: 

Date 
Speaker 
Institution 
Title

30/09/2020

Sylvia Shaw

University of Westminster

Gender, Language and May/Corbyn Question Times: Political performances and gendered stereotypes about communication.

07/10/2020

Maarja Luhiste

Newcastle University 

Wasting female candidates? Examining gender differences in candidate retention. 

14/10/2020

Clara Eroukhmanoff

London South Bank University (LSBU)

Responding to terrorism with peace, love and solidarity: 'Je suis Charlie', 'Peace', and 'I Heart MCR'

21/10/2020

Bernhard Reinsberg

University of Glasgow 

Neoliberal globalization and mass protest revisited. 

28/10/2020

Melita Lazell

University of Portsmouth

The Securitization of the UK development aid to West Africa and the Sahel: Priorities and Practice.

Reading Week 

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11/11/2020

Lucy Barnes

UCK

Mental models in political economy: How do voters think the economy works?

18/11/2020

Manu Savani

Brunel University 

The electoral politics of sexual harassment.

25/11/2020

Jonathan Seglow

RHUL

Against the Secret Ballot.

02/12/2020

Joe Hoover

Queen Mary

From an Architectonic to a Consummatory Approach to Global Justice.

To go to the Politics of the Environment and Climate Change (PECC) Lab, at Royal Holloway, University of London please go to this ink (https://www.pecclab.com/)

 

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