SPIRe Seminar Series Programme

This is the schedule for semester 2, 2018-19

Unless otherwise indicated all Seminars take place in Room G316, School of Politics and International Relations, Newman Building. All welcome.

Download ‌SPIRe Seminar Series, 2018-19 Semester 2  as pdf.

 

 

6 March

1-2pm

G316 Newman

Louise Fitzgerald (UCD SPIRe PhD)

 

Tianyang Song (UCD SPIRe PhD)

Under what conditions is environmental policy effective? An analysis of the German Energy Transition (Discussant: Alexa Zellentin)

Are educational rights of minorities worth watching? District level analysis of World Bank Aid in India (Discussant: Krishna Vadlamannati)

7 March

1-2pm, G316 Newman (Thurs!)

Dr Kornely Kakachia (Tbilisi State University,  Georgia)

Georgia's protracted transition: civil society, party politics and challenges to democratic transformation 

3 April

1-2pm

G316 Newman

Prof Niamh Hardiman (UCD SPIRe)

Pathways from the periphery 
(Discussant: Ben Tonra)

10 April

1-2pm

G316 Newman

Kevin McParland (UCD SPIRe PhD)

 

Paul Turner (UCD SPIRe PhD)

The role of trade unions in protecting household consumption: A case study of Sri Lanka (Discussant: Heidi Riley)

 

Genetic identity (Discussant: Graham Finlay)

17 April

1-2pm,

G316 Newman

Dr Vincent Durac  (UCD SPIRe)

Sectarianism, Conflict and Politics in the Middle East: the case of Yemen  (Discussant: Dawn Walsh)