Lectures and talks

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The departments in the School of Government and Society hosts a number of seminars throughout the academic year term which focuses on a range of different topics. The seminars are open to everyone.

Forthcoming lectures and talks

Succeeding to failure: Hybrid organizations and institutional complexity

Succeeding to failure: Hybrid organizations and institutional complexity

Date
Thursday 5th March 2015
Location:
Muirhead Tower, Room 112
Description
Speaker: Professor Royston Greenwood, University of Alberta
The rise of populism in Europe

The rise of populism in Europe

Date
Wednesday 11th March 2015
Location:
Muirhead Tower 121
Description
Speakers: Daniele Albertazzi (Modern Languages) and Peter Kerr (POLSIS).
Whither German Memory? Towards an Integrated Model of Remembering

Whither German Memory? Towards an Integrated Model of Remembering

Date
Wednesday 18th March 2015
Location:
Strathcona LT6
Description
Speaker: Bill Niven (Nottingham Trent). IGS / Modern Languages seminar.
Towards integration of climate change mitigation and adaptation policies in forests and agriculture in Indonesia

Towards integration of climate change mitigation and adaptation policies in forests and agriculture in Indonesia

Date
Thursday 19th March 2015
Location:
Muirhead Tower, Room 112
Description
Speaker: Dr Monica Di Gregorio, University of Leeds
The British General Election: Perspectives and Prospects

The British General Election: Perspectives and Prospects

Date
Wednesday 29th April 2015
Location:
Arts Building - Lecture Room 1
Description
Speakers: Nicholas Allen (Royal Holloway, London), John Bartle (Essex), Peter Kerr (POLSIS). Chair: Tim Haughton.
50 Years of German-Israeli Relations: Reflections on History, Memory and International Politics

50 Years of German-Israeli Relations: Reflections on History, Memory and International Politics

Date
Tuesday 12th May 2015
Location:
Muirhead Tower G15
Description
IGS Symposium. Speakers: Lorena De Vita (Aberystwyth University); Harald Kindermann (former FRG Ambassador to Israel); Shimon Stein (former Israeli Ambassador to the FRG); Ruth Wittlinger (University of Durham)