POLSIS Seminar Series

The POLSIS Seminar Series hosts a number of seminars throughout the course of the academic year that reflect the broad range of interests of the department.

Forthcoming seminars:

From Electoral Despair to Where?: Has Brexit Given the Liberal Democrats a Lifeline?

From Electoral Despair to Where?: Has Brexit Given the Liberal Democrats a Lifeline?

Date
Wednesday 1st March 2017
Location:
121 Muirhead Tower
Description
Speaker: Professor David Cutts (POLSIS); Discusant: Karin Bottom (INLOGOV).
The End of Globalisation? Populism, protectionism and the neoliberal order

The End of Globalisation? Populism, protectionism and the neoliberal order

Date
Wednesday 8th March 2017
Description
Speakers: Professor Helen Thompson (Cambridge); Professor Keith Pilbeam (City University); Professor John Fender (Economics); Dr Huw Macartney (POLSIS).

Podcasts:

Podcast: The Brexit Negotiations: An EU Perspective

Description
Speakers: Jacqueline Minor, European Commission's Head of Representation and Professor Martin Trybus, Birmingham Law School, Professor of European Law and Policy. Chair: Jamie Gaskarth, Senior Lecturer in Politics and International Relations
Date:
Wednesday 8th February 2017

Podcast: The Disappearance of the Battlefield in the Age of Global Targeting

Description
Speaker: Dr Antoine Bousquet (Senior Lecturer in International Relations, Birkbeck College, London).
Date:
Thursday 2nd February 2017

Podcast: From Europe's troubled periphery to security provider: Albanian Foreign Policy in regional and European context

Description
Deputy Foreign Minister of Albania, Dr Odeta Barbullushi, who studied for a PhD at the University of Birmingham spoke to staff and students about the security threats facing her country and the wider Western Balkans region.
Date:
Tuesday 31st January 2017

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