Centre for the Study of Democracy announces series of research seminars
Politics and International Relations 26 September 2016
Events take place on Tuesdays 4-5.30pm (unless otherwise stated) at Westminster Forum, Level 5, 32-38 Wells Street, University of Westminster, W1T 3UW.
All are welcome to attend the seminars and booking is not required.
Sarah Childs (University of Bristol), ‘Being a gendered/feminist/woman actor in a masculinized and conservative political institution: the House of Commons and the Good Parliament Report.’
Joe Hoover (Queen Mary University), ‘Performative Rights and Situationist Ethics.’
James Chiriyankandath (Institute of Commonwealth Studies) ‘Hindu nationalism and Indian democracy 70 years after partition: majoritarianism in a plural nation.’
Joe Devine (University of Bath), ‘Bangladesh and the Curious Case of Democracy: Business as Usual?’.
Ayse Zarakol (University of Cambridge), ‘The Turkish Winter.’
Robyn Eckersley (University of Melbourne), ‘Geopolitan Democracy in the Anthropocene.’
*Note this seminar falls on Thursday, same time and place.
Brad Evans (University of Bristol), ‘The Naked Appeal to Mythical Violence.’
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