School of Politics and International Relations Seminar Series

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Feodor Snagovsky
School of Politics and International Relations Seminar Series

The School of Politics and International Relations seminar series features the research of both ANU staff and visting fellows.

Past events

Diversifying Australia: Immigration and demographics in the post-White Australia policy era

25 Oct 2019

A free public lecture on how immigration has shaped the changing face of Australia since the end of the White Australia policy era Australia has one of the...

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Fernando Martinez Coma - Transaction Costs in Electoral Coordination: How Turnout Shapes Party System Change

17 Oct 2019

This presentation examines the forces shaping party system change. We argue that the transaction costs in electoral coordination depend on the turnout level in...

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Weaponizing ‘fake news’ in Australian politics

10 Oct 2019

This seminar explores two conundrums for quality Australian political discourse linked to the phenomenon of ‘fake news’. First, it will explore Australian...

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Dr Alexandra Oprea

3 Oct 2019

TBC About the presenter: Dr Alexandra Oprea

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Party Quotas and Gender Differences in Pathways to Run for Office in Australia: 1987-2016

26 Sep 2019

The under-representation of women in Australian politics has led both major political parties to adopt different strategies to increase the number of women...

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Dr Quynh Nguyen - Urbanites’ Attitudes towards Environmental Migration: Evidence from Kenya and Vietnam

19 Sep 2019

Urbanites’ Attitudes towards Environmental Migration: Evidence from Kenya and Vietnam The displacement of large numbers of people due to the increasing...

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Dr Quynh Nguyen - Urbanites’ Attitudes towards Environmental Migration: Evidence from Kenya and Vietnam

19 Sep 2019

Urbanites’ Attitudes towards Environmental Migration: Evidence from Kenya and Vietnam The displacement of large numbers of people due to the increasing...

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Gustavo Flores-Macias

22 Aug 2019

Explaining Public Support for Militarizing Law Enforcement: Evidence from a Conjoint Experiment in Mexico Law enforcement has become increasingly militarized...

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Anthony Ridge-Newman

15 Aug 2019

This seminar will question how the British Conservative Party's campaign strategies have responded to changes in wider socio-political and technocultural...

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National past and populism: the re-elaboration of fascism and its impact on right-wing populism in Western Europe

8 Aug 2019

The electoral performance of right-wing populism depends on the type of reelaboration of countries’ national past and their collective memories. Complementing...

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