School of Politics and International Relations Seminar Series

Contacts

Liliana Oyarzun
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.

Past events

Online: James Morrow - The Domestic Foundations of International Law: Non-Intervention versus Territorial Integrity

5 Nov 2020

The UN Charter and the Covenant of the League of Nations sought to legalize norms of territorial integrity and non-intervention.  The growth of the size of...

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Online: Kyle Peyton - The Generalizability of Survey Experiments Conducted During The COVID-19 Pandemic

29 Oct 2020

The significant disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic led many social scientists to turn toward online survey experimentation for empirical research....

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Online: Jennifer Piscopo - Elect Women, not Leftists: Mapping Latin America Elites’ Attitudes towards Gender Equality

22 Oct 2020

Which legislators support progress on gender equality and why? This paper measures legislators’ attitudes about women’s roles and support for gender equality...

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Online: Sunshine Hillygus - Mobilizing the Youth Vote in the United States: Barriers and Opportunities

15 Oct 2020

Young Americans seem poised for unprecedented levels of civic and political participation in the 2020 U.S. presidential election. Will the recent wave of youth...

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Online: Annika Werner - Decisive or Dictatorial? Strongman-Style Leadership and Democratic Attitudes

8 Oct 2020

An increasingly high percentage of citizens in advanced democracies express a preference for ‘strong leaders’ who ‘bend the rules’ or ‘ignore parliament and...

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Online: Alon Kraitzman & Jessica Genauer - Reducing Uncertainty in Government Evaluation: The Interplay of Security Concerns and Economic Perceptions in the Arab World

24 Sep 2020

The literature on government popularity focuses on security and prosperity as the two most important factors shaping government evaluation. However, we still...

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Online: Alon Kraitzman & Jessica Genauer - Reducing Uncertainty in Government Evaluation: The Interplay of Security Concerns and Economic Perceptions in the Arab World

24 Sep 2020

The literature on government popularity focuses on security and prosperity as the two most important factors shaping government evaluation. However, we still...

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Online: Charles Butcher - Friday on my mind: Re-assessing the Impact of Protest Size on Government Concessions

3 Sep 2020

Do more protesters on the streets make regimes more likely to concede to protester demands? Several studies have linked protest size and the likelihood of...

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Online: Alex Opera - Defending Education: A Democratic Role for Courts in Education Policy

27 Aug 2020

On January 11th, 2007, the McCleary family from Jefferson County and the Venema family from Snohomish Country filed a lawsuit on behalf of their children...

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Online: Lee Ann Banaszak - Party Activism and Protest outside the Convention: A Look at the 2016 RNC and DNC Protests

21 May 2020

The recording of this seminar is available to watch online now via facebook. Protest participation may be motivated by a number of different strategic...

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