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Friday Seminar Series 2018-19

Friday seminars take place from 4 - 5pm in room 4.02, fourth floor, 3 College Green, unless announced otherwise. The seminars run from 14th September to 30th November 2018 (no seminar 26th October) and from 25th January to 12th April 2019 (no seminar 8th March).

Dr Roman-Gabriel Olar
Department of Political Science,
3 College Green, Rm. 6.01
Trinity College Dublin, Dublin 2

Phone: +353 1 896 1070
Email: olarr@tcd.ie

Michaelmas Term

Friday Seminar Series schedule 2018-19 MT (PDF, 84 KB)

Hilary Term

 
Week Date Presenter(s) Title
HT - 1 25th January 2019 David Moore & Oguzhan Turkoglu - Rebel Territory Control and Displacement
- Explaining the Variation in Individuals' Conspiratorial Beliefs: The Effect of Exposure to Emotive Conspiratorial Messaging in the Media
HT - 2 1st February 2019 Dr Alexandra Scacco (WZB) The Myth of the Misinformed Irregular Migrant? Insights from Nigeria
HT - 3 8th February 2019 Giulia Saydon & Christian Oswald - Moderators of Environmental Program-to-Policy Linkage
- Explaining the timing and location of terrorism in civil conflicts: Preliminary evidence from quantitative case studies
HT - 4 15th February 2019 Dr Andy Eggers (Oxford University) Strategic Voting in instant-runoff elections
HT - 5 22nd February 2019 Dr Hannes Mueller (IAE - Barcelona) Spotting Violence from Space: The Detection of Housing Destruction in Syria
HT - 6 1st March 2019 Dr Tore Wig (University of Oslo) Harbors and Democracy
HT - 7 8th March 2019 Reading Week  
HT - 8 15th March 2019 Marta Antonetti & Samuel Johnston TBA
HT - 9 22nd March 2019 Dr Petra Schleiter (Oxford University) The Vote of Confidence Procedure in Parliamentary Democracies
HT - 10 29th March 2019 Dr Lucas Leeman (University of Zurich) Direct Democracy and Political Conflict - Institutional Evolution in the 19th Century
HT - 11

5th April 2019

Miceal Canavan, Eman Abboud & Michele McArdle TBA. Note: 3.30pm start
HT - 12 12th April 2019 Dr Jessica Feldman (American University in Paris) Inclusion, Distribution, Decentralization: How Democratic Social Movements Design Communication Technologies and What They Tell Us About Theory

Friday seminar guidelines for Ph.D. presentations (PDF, 308 KB)