Monday Interdisciplinary Seminar Series 2019-20
Monday seminars take place from 1 - 2pm in the TRiSS Seminar Room (C6.002, sixth floor, Arts Building), unless announced otherwise. The seminars will run from 23rd September to 25th November 2019 (no seminars 21st & 28th October) and from 20th January to 6th April 2020 (no seminars 2nd & 16th March).
Dr Noah Buckley
Department of Political Science,
Arts Building, Rm. 6.003
Trinity College Dublin, Dublin 2
Phone: +353 1 896 3197
|MT - 3||23rd September 2019||Dr Orla Doyle (University College Dublin)||Early childhood intervention programs using experimental methods|
|MT - 4||30th September 2019||Dr Roman Birke (The Friedrich Schiller University Jena)||'Human rights and population control: International debates and domestic policies in
India, Ireland and Yugoslavia, 1940s–1970s'
|MT - 5||7th October 2019||Dr Phil Clark (SOAS University of London)||'Distant Justice: Analysing the International Criminal Court's Impact on African Politics'|
|MT - 6||14th October 2019||Prof. Duncan McDonnell (School of Government and International Relations, Griffith University, Brisbane)||Populism and the radical right|
|MT - 7 & 8||21st & 28th October 2019||Reading Week, Bank Holiday||*****************************|
|MT - 9||4th November 2019||Prof. Liam Delaney (University College Dublin)||
'Behavioural Science, Nudging, and Ethics '
|MT - 10||11th November 2019||Dr Theresa Reidy (University College Cork)||'Does deliberation help deliver informed electorates: Evidence from Irish referendums'|
|MT - 11||18th November 2019||Mr Ruadhan MacCormaic (The Irish Times)||'The Supreme Court: The Judges, the Decisions, the Rifts and the Rivalries that have Shaped Ireland'|
|MT - 12||
25th November 2019
|Dr Seamus Coffey (University College Cork)||The Irish Fiscal Advisory Council and Assessing the Sustainability of Budgetary Policy|