POLSIS Seminar Series 2015/16

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.

Convenors:
Autumn Term 2015: Tim Haughton (t.j.haughton@bham.ac.uk)
Spring Term 2016: Sotirios Zartoloudis (s.zartaloudis@bham.ac.uk)

Forthcoming seminars:

Gender, peace-building and the politics of space

Gender, peace-building and the politics of space

Date
Wednesday 24th February 2016
Location:
Room 112 Muirhead Tower
Description
Speaker: Dr Laura J. Shepherd. Discussant: Dr Emma Foster
Unpacking the presidential toolbox: coalitional presidentialism from a cross-regional perspective

Unpacking the presidential toolbox: coalitional presidentialism from a cross-regional perspective

Date
Wednesday 2nd March 2016
Location:
Muirhead Room 113
Description
Speaker: Professor Paul Chaisty, Oxford University. Discussant: Dr Richard Connolly.
The Eurozone crisis and Greek foreign policy

The Eurozone crisis and Greek foreign policy

Date
Wednesday 9th March 2016
Location:
Muirhead Room 113
Description
Speaker: Professor James Pettifer. Discussant: Dr George Kyris.
Democracy in Crisis? Pressures from above, below and within

Democracy in Crisis? Pressures from above, below and within

Date
Wednesday 16th March 2016
Location:
Muirhead Room 113
Description
Speaker: Professor Yannis Papadopoulos. Discussant: Dr Nicole Scicluna.

Podcasts:

Podcast: Arming the Rebels: International Ethics and the Question of Justified Armed Revolt

Podcast: Arming the Rebels: International Ethics and the Question of Justified Armed Revolt
Description
Speakers: Chris Finlay (POLSIS) and James Pattison (Manchester).
Date:
Monday 30th November 2015

Podcast: International Relations Theory and European Security: We Thought We Knew

Podcast: International Relations Theory and European Security: We Thought We Knew
Description
Speakers: Lorenzo Cladi (POLSIS), Kamil Zwolski (Southampton). Discussant: Mark Webber (POLSIS/Government and Society).
Date:
Friday 30th October 2015

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