SPIRe Seminar Series Programme
This is the schedule for semester 1, 2019-20
Unless otherwise indicated all Seminars take place in Room G316, School of Politics and International Relations, Newman Building. All welcome.
Seminars marked *Jean Monnet Centre are funded and organised by the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence in the New Political Economy of Europe, based at SPIRe.
Download SPIRe Seminar Poster 2019-20 Semester 1 as pdf.
|Wednesday 11 Sept, 1pm||Arusha Cooray (Ambassador of Sri Lanka to Norway)||The role of corruption in choosing bilateral trading partners|
|Wednesday 25 Sept, 1pm||Simon Niemeyer (University of Canberra)||An empirical study of deliberation concerning immigrant street beggars in Sweden|
|Wednesday 2 Oct, 1pm||Maggie Dwyer (University of Edinburgh)||Soldiers in revolt: Exploring military indiscipline in West and Central Africa|
|Monday 7 Oct, 1pm||Daphne Halikiopoulou (University of Reading)||
*Jean Monnet Centre: What is new and what is nationalist about Europe’s new nationalism?
|Wednesday 9 Oct, 1pm||Gijs Schumacher (Universiteit van Amsterdam)||Why do politicians go emotional?|
|Wednesday 16 Oct, 1pm||Denise Traber (University of Lucern)||What rich and poor consider important and how this matters for representation|
|Monday, 21 Oct, 1pm||Catherine de Vries (Vrije Universiteit)||*Jean Monnet Centre: Euroscepticism and the future of European integration|
|Wednesday, 23 Oct, 1pm||Duncan McDonnell (Griffith University)||International Populism: The Radical Right in the European Parliament|
|Wednesday, 30 Oct, 1pm||Chris Bail (Duke University)||Social identity and political polarization: A field experiment on social media|
|Wednesday, 6 Nov, 1pm||Gizem Arikan (TCD)||Attitudes towards Income Inequality: An Experimental Investigation|
|Thursday, 7 Nov, 1pm||Pepper Culpepper (Oxford University)||*Jean Monnet Centre: Framing the bankers: Media and public attitudes on the Australian banking scandal|
|Wednesday, 13 Nov, 1pm||Jos Elkink (UCD)||The international diffusion of same-sex marriage: An application of spatial econometric and statistical network analysis|
|Wednesday, 20 Nov, 1pm||Clare O'Grady Walshe (DCU)||Globalisation and Seed Sovereignty|
|Monday, 25 Nov, 1pm||Martin Sandbu (Financial Times)||*Jean Monnet Centre: The future of the European political economy|
|Wednesday, 27 Nov, 1pm||Letícia Barbabela (UCD)||
Can policy signals break the corruption equilibrium? Court effectiveness and popular engagement agaist corruption in Tunisia and South Africa.