Past events

13
May
2022

A meta-categorical framework for relational policy theory: re-imagining the Multiple Streams Framework

Tripartite theoretical frameworks and metaphors are common in policy theory. We argue that these frameworks have been misapplied, being construed ontologically...
29
Apr
2022

Vision and method in global historical sociology

Historical sociology is a long-established interdisciplinary field concerned with incorporating temporality in the analysis of social processes. Global...
22
Apr
2022

Access and Ethics in Prison Research

How do the requirements of “scholarly” research—including and especially ethics reviews  by institutional bodies—serve to shape and constrain the access that...
18
Mar
2022

Three Faces of Revolution: Egypt and Other Places

The Arab uprisings of 2010-11 renewed scholarly interest in revolutions as a conceptual category. At the same time, ‘democratic transition’ was also widely...
11
Mar
2022

How I Studied Anti-Americanism: Reflections on Interpretivism, Eclecticism, and Coherence

How can social science research do justice to polysemy, ambiguity, dynamism, recursivity, indeterminacy, and contingency while making substantive, coherent...
31
Jan
2022

ANU Online Summer School in Political Analysis 2022

ANU Online Summer School in Political Analysis (SSPA) January 31st -  February 18th 2022  REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 15 JANUARY 2022 Advanced and foundational...
19
Nov
2021

Telling the truth about empire? A note on methodology

In the fourth talk for the 'Rethinking Interpretive Methods" series, hosted by the Interpretation, Method and Critique Network at ANU, April Biccum will...

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