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SPIRe Seminar Series Programme: 2021-22

This is the schedule for Spring Trimester, 2022

All seminars take place on Wednesdays from 12-1pm and will take place virtually, via Zoom.  

Online Seminar Details:

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Wednesday 2nd Feb,  12pm Dana Guy (University College Dublin) The “Posts War” Era: The Role of Narratives in Social Media during Intractable Conflicts
Wednesday, 9th Feb, 12pm Stephanie Dornschneider (University College Dublin) Inter-group contact and collective action in mixed Israeli neighborhoods
Wednesday 16th Feb, 12pm Natascha Neudorfer (University of Birmingham) When Corruption Matters for Ordinary People:  Anti-Corruption Appeals in Elections
Wednesday 23rd Feb, 12pm Dave Banks (University College Dublin) Integrated team sport and community relations in Northern Ireland
Wednesday 2nd March, 12pm Natalia Umansky (University College Dublin) Repost and Like: Securitization Theory in the Digital Age
Wednesday 9th March, 12pm Bernhard Reinsberg (University of Glasgow) Neoliberal globalization, partisan alignment, and protest: The distributive politics of structural adjustment in the developing world"
Wednesday 16th March, 12pm Yoo Sun Jung (University College Dublin) Multinational firms and the impact of trade disputes on investment decisions
Wednesday 23rd March, 12pm Stefan Müller (University College Dublin) Issue Emphasis in Candidates’ Campaign Communication as a Signal of Legislative Priorities    
Wednesday 6th April, 12pm Jelena Radakovic (University College Dublin) Europeanisation of the Western Balkans: Identity Construction of 'Eu-Self' and 'Western Balkans - Other
Wednesday 20th April, 12pm Sarah Bauerle Danzman (Indiana University) Protecting or Stifling? The Effect of Investment Screening on Technology Firms
Wednesday 27th April, 12pm Krishna Vadlamannati (University College Dublin) Unintended Consequences of Externally Aided Projects on Fiscal Transfers: A Subnational Study of India
Wednesday 4th May, 12pm Melanie Hoewer (University College Dublin)

Gender and Sustainable Peace: What's 'Nature' got to do with it?

Wednesday 11th May, 12pm Niamh Hardiman (University College Dublin) Taxing and spending: from fiscal policy to fiscal sociology

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This is the schedule for Autumn Trimester, 2021

All seminars take place on Wednesdays from 12-1pm and will take place virtually, via Zoom.  If you wish to attend any of these virtual seminars, please contact Dr Dawn Walsh - dawn.walsh@ucd.ie to receive the link.

Wednesday 27th Oct, 12pm Walt Kilroy (Dublin City University) Protection of civilians by UN peacekeepers: Evolution of a challenging responsibility for multidimensional missions
Wednesday, 3rd Nov, 12pm Muiris MacCarthaigh, (Queen's University Belfast) The Politics of Irish Bureaucracy: 1922 - 2021
Wednesday 10th Nov, 12pm Jesper Lindqvist (University College Dublin) When Left is Left, and Right is Right – Approaching a Universal Explanation of the Left-Right Dimension
Wednesday 17th Nov, 12pm Emma Murphy (University College Dublin) Agonistic Transitional Justice: A Comparative Approach

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