The Politics & International Relations Seminar Series is supported by the MacFie Bequest, named after Professor Alec MacFie, Adam Smith Professor of Political Economy at the University from 1945 to 1958.
Seminar enquiries: Dr Joanna Szostek
Thursday 28 January 2021, 3pm
PROFESSOR CARL HENRIK KNUTSEN, UNIVERSITY OF OSLO
Citizen Action and Elite Responses:
Assessing the Link Between Mass Protest and Incumbent-led Transitions
Thursday 25 February 2021, 3pm
PROFESSOR DUNCAN MORROW, ULSTER UNIVERSITY
An unsettled state: Northern Ireland, Britain and the aftermath of Brexit
Thursday 11 March 2021, 3pm
PROFESSOR DANIEL NEXON, GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY
Title and topic to be confirmed.
Thursday 25 March 2021, 3pm
PROFESSOR MILAN SVOLIK, YALE UNIVERSITY
Voting against autocracy
Friday 7 May 2021, 9am–3pm with lunch break
POLITICS & INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 1ST PHD STUDENTS, UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW
Thursday 7 October 2021 (15:00-16:30) DR SAMUEL BRAZYS (UNIVERSITY COLLEGE DUBLIN)
'The Politics of Poisoning the Well. Arsenic, Mitigation and Export Firm Proximity in Bangladesh'
Thursday 11 November 2021 (15:00-16:30) PROFESSOR ANDREW GEDDES (EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE)
'The Drivers of Migration Governance in the European Union'
Thursday 25 November 2021 (15:00-16:30) PHD RESEARCH EVENT
CRISTINA CHUECA DEL CERRO (UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW)
'Social Identity Model of Protest Emergence (SIMPE), an agent-based model of protest mobilisation around independence movements'
DANIEL JOHN O’MALLEY (UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW)
'Political Parties and Messages in Referendum Campaigns: Analysis of Referenda In Western Europe 2015-2020'
WAI FONG CHAU (UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW)
'Beyond Financial Wellbeing: Explaining the Migration of Rich Chinese to Western Countries'
Thursday 9 December 2021 (15:00-16:30) DR KELLY GREENHILL (TUFTS UNIVERSITY, LEVERHULME VISITING PROFESSOR AT UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW)
'The Weaponization of Mass Migration'