Politics academics have been giving lectures and participating in workshops.
Members of the Politics department have spoken or will be speaking at a number of events over the coming months.
Aberystwyth University- Security Research Group, 7 Feb 2014
Title: The Global Performance State: international development, security assistance and the Central Asian ‘weak state'
Dr. Heathershaw discussed state performances of “weak states” as they are transformed into globalized polities in Central Asia. It promises to be an interesting discussion on the circumstances of a unique condition of a state with a strong-executive but weak local institutions and how they deal with neoliberal/global economic and political networking demands (with unintended consequences for the latter!). Find out more.
SOAS, University of London, 15 March 2014
Title: Non-electoral protest groups in electoral environments: the “new settlements” of Bishkek and the 2011 presidential elections in Kyrgyzstan. Find out more.
School of Public Affairs and Administration (SPAA) Rutgers University - Newark, 5 July 2014
Politics Studies Association, Wednesday 16th April
Presenting a paper entitled: Does inspection improve performance in the public sector? The effect of prison inspections on prisoner deaths in England and Wales. Find out more.
Political Organisation in Transformation? 10-15 April 2014
Dr Bolleyer is organising an ECPR session in Salamanca
Discussed her paper 'Justice as Fairness and Relational Resources' at University of Warwick's Centre for Ethics, Law and Public Affairs 4 Feb 2014
Centre for European Law and Governance (CELAG), Cardiff University, 26 March 2014
Explaining the governance architecture of the Eurozone: a varieties of policy learning approach. Find out more.
Maastricht University, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Soiron Building, Spiegelzaal, 30-31 January 2014
Experts and Expertise in European International Organizations, 1973-1987. Programme.