SPIR Seminar Series: Semester 2, 2017

The ANU School of Politics and International Relations is proud to present the following seminar schedule for Semester 2, 2017.

Any enquiries related to the Seminar Series may be directed to Jessica Genauer.

Date Speaker Seminar Title
27 July Christopher Wlezien Mass Media as a Source of Public Responsiveness
3 August Ben Reilly Can China Democratise?
10 August Amy King China and the International Economic Order: Bretton Woods, Bandung and Beyond
17 August Aaron Martin
24 August Megan Mackenzie Can the Image and Practice Turn in International Relations Meet?: Understanding Military Scandals and Band of Brothers Culture
31 August William Coleman South Australia’s Federation Referendum of 1898: A Quantitative Empirical Enquiry
14 September Reed Wood A Cause Worth Fighting For: The Effect of Female Fighters on Rebel Group Survival and Success
21 September Jeremy Youde Whither Global Health in the Trump Era
28 September Iain McLean The Australian Regime for Fiscal Federalism: Can it be Exported?
5 October Luke Hennessey PhD Candidate: Final Presentation
12 October Shaun Ratcliff Measuring the Latent Ideological Dimensions of American Voters over Time
19 October Henrik Oscarsson Consideration Set Models of Voting Behaviour
26 October Darren Halpin Organised Interests in Australian Public Policy: Agenda Setting, Issue Priotisation and Prominence of Australian Interest Groups

 

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