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CGP Seminar with Louiza Odysseos

13:30 - 15:00 13 November 2019

Please join the Critical Global Politics Research Cluster for a seminar with Louiza Odysseos (University of Sussex). Louiza Odysseos is Professor of International Relations in the Department of International Relations, School of Global Studies. She is Co-Director of the Sussex Rights and Justice Research Centre and remains active in the Mana..

D&E Research Cluster Seminar with Lawrence McKay: Spatial inequalities and political discontent in the UK

15:30 - 17:00 13 November 2019

Please join the Democracy and Elections Research Cluster for a seminar with Lawrence McKay on 'Spatial inequalities and political discontent in the UK'. Lawrence is a Doctoral Researcher at the University of Manchester and his research interests lie in the areas of political representation, alienation, the economy, austerity, voting behaviour..

JMCE Seminar with Dr Ruairidh Tarvet: Northern Nationalisms: Renegotiating Swedish and Danish National Identities

14:00 - 15:00 13 November 2019

Please join the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence for a seminar with Dr Ruairidh Tarvet (University of Edinburgh), entitled 'Northern Nationalisms: Renegotiating Swedish and Danish National Identities'. Dr Tarvet teaches Scandinavian studies and German at the University of Edinburgh and his research interests lie in the following topics: Natio..

CGP Seminar with Debbie Lisle: Making Safe: the dirty history of a bomb disposal robot

15:30 - 17:00 20 November 2019

Please join the Critical Global Politics Researcher Cluster for a seminar with Debbie Lisle (Queen’s University Belfast) 'Making Safe: the dirty history of a bomb disposal robot'. Debbie's research engages with a number of contemporary debates in International Relations, International Political Sociology and beyond, most notably around issu..

MANCEPT Seminar with Cara Nine

16:00 - 17:30 20 November 2019

Please join the MANCEPT research cluster for a seminar with Cara Nine (University College Cork). Cara researches theories of resource rights and self-determination, including questions on claims to ocean resources, to rivers, and overlapping claims of self-determination over resources. Cara also works on related issues such as applied ethic..

D&E Seminar with Ed Fieldhouse, Kasper Hansen and Chris Prosser: Breaking the voting habit: do interruptions to voting have long term-effects?

15:30 - 17:00 27 November 2019

Please join the Democracy and Elections Research Cluster for a special Manchester-Copenhagen collaboration: ‘Breaking the voting habit: do interruptions to voting have long term-effects?’ with Prof Ed Fieldhouse (University of Manchester), Prof Kasper Hansen (University of Copenhagen) and Dr Chris Prosser (University of Manchester). Ed F..

JMCE Seminar with Dr Lamprini Rori: The landscape of political violence in crisis-ridden Greece

14:00 - 15:00 27 November 2019

Please join the Jean Monet Centre of Excellence for a seminar with Lamprini Rori (University of Exeter) entitled 'The landscape of political violence in crisis-ridden Greece'. Dr Rori's research interests lie in the areas of comparative politics, political behaviour, party politics and political communication. Lamprini is a member of the Cen..

CGP Research Seminar with Vicki Squire

15:30 - 17:00 04 December 2019

Please join the Critical Global Politics Research Cluster for a seminar with Vicki Squire (University of Warwick) Vicki's research cuts across the fields of critical citizenship, migration, border and security studies, and coalesces around my interest in the emergence, development and contestation of various rationalities or techniques of gov..

CPPI Research Cluster Seminar with Kate Mattocks: ‘What does successful policy experimentation look like? Lessons from Canadian cultural policy’

15:30 - 17:00 04 December 2019

Please join the CPPI Research cluster for Dr Kate Mattocks (University of East Anglia), speaking on ‘What does successful policy experimentation look like? Lessons from Canadian cultural policy’ Kate researches the politics of public policy and decision-making. She is particularly interested in cultural policy, especially as it relates to..

MANCEPT Seminar with Kimberley Brownlee

16:00 - 17:30 04 December 2019

Please join MANCEPT for a research seminar with Kimberley Brownlee (Warwick University). Kimberley Brownlee is a Professor of Philosophy. Her areas of expertise lie within moral, political, and legal philosophy. Before joining the University of Warwick in 2012, she was a Senior Lecturer in Moral and Political Philosophy at the University of M..

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