External Speakers - Autumn 2014
All seminars take place on Wednesday and start at 4pm in Arts 2.03
24th September Diego Varela (A Coruña)
Human capital policy in the European Union
1 October Nick Robinson (Leeds)
Videogames, Popular Culture and World Politics
15 October Albert Weale (UCL)
The National Institute for Clinical Excellence and Social Value Judgements
29 October Anastasia Kavada (Westminster)
Communicating Protest Movements: The Case of Occupy
12 November Diana Coole (Birkbeck, University of London)
Too many bodies? The politics and ethics of the world population question
26 November Feargal Cochrane (Kent)
‘Evolving Political Consociationalism –Moving from a Conflict Management to a Conflict Transformation approach in Northern Ireland'
10 December Lucy Barnes (Kent)
Why do big welfare states rely on regressive taxes? Partisan ministers and the paradox of redistribution in one class'