Series of research seminars announced

Politics and International Relations 22 September 2017

Centre for the Study of Democracy

The Centre for the Study of Democracy and the Department of Politics and International Relations are organising a full programme of seminars with visiting speakers this semester.

Events take place on Tuesdays 4-5.30pm at the Westminster Forum, Level 5, 32-38 Wells Street, University of Westminster, W1T 3UW.

All are welcome to attend the seminars, no need to register.

3 October 2017
Clare Woodford and Mark Devenney (University of Brighton). Democracy Beyond the Pale: property and paradox.

17 October 2017
Catherine Eschle (University of Strathclyde). The end of ‘Occupy’.

7 November 2017
Ian Klinke (University of Oxford). Nature, society and the politics of vitalism.

21 November 2017
Or Rosenboim (City University). The Emergence of Globalism: Competing Visions of World Order.

5 December 2017
Vassilis Paipais (St Andrews University). ‘Already, But Not Yet’: St Paul’s Eschatology and the Modern Critique of Historicism.

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