School of Politics and International Relations Seminar Series

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Intifar Chowdhury
+61 2 6125 6785
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.

Please note all seminars have been cancelled until further notice, to reduce the risk of COVID-19 spreading among our community via public and social events.

Upcoming events

CANCELLED - Beyond Turnout: How Compulsory Voting Shapes Citizens and Political Parties

12–2pm 2 Apr 2020

Please note all seminars have been cancelled to reduce the risk of COVID-19 spreading among our community via public and social events. About the presenter:...

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Past events

CANCELLED - Partisan Activists and Protest outside the 2016 Republican and Democratic Party Conventions

26 Mar 2020

Please note all seminars have been cancelled to reduce the risk of COVID-19 spreading among our community via public and social events. About the presenter:...

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CANCELLED - Defending Education: A Democratic Role for Courts in Education Policy

19 Mar 2020

Please note all seminars have been cancelled to reduce the risk of COVID-19 spreading among our community via public and social events.   On January 11th,...

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Institutional Design and Attitudinal Expectations: Linking Models of Judicial Appointments to Voting Expectations on National Apex Courts

12 Mar 2020

The Impact of Ideology on Judicial Behaviour on the High Court of Australia It is widely accepted outside of Australia that the voting behaviour of justices...

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Inaccurate politicians. Elected Representatives’ Estimations of Public Opinion in Five Countries

5 Mar 2020

One of the ways in which democratic representation potentially comes about is politicians following up on their perceptions of what the people want. A...

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More than Unigrams Can Say: Detecting Meaningful Multi-word Expressions from Political Texts

27 Feb 2020

Almost universal among existing approaches to text mining is the adoption of the bag of words approach, counting each word as a feature without regard to...

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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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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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