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Public Lecture - Referendums: Past and Present

  • Speaker: Michael Marsh, Professor of Comparative Political Behaviour and Dean of the Faculty of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences

  • Date: Tuesday 1 May from 6.30 - 7.45pm

  • Venue: Long Room Hub, Trinity College Dublin

Michael Marsh delivered a public lecture titled "Referendums: Past and Present". This lecture is one of a series of talks, by academics in Trinity's School of Social Sciences and Philosophy, addressing the theme of The Debt Crisis: Causes, Consequences, Controls.

The lecture was chaired by Ed Mulhall, former Managing Director of News at RTE and alumnus of the School of Social Sciences and Philosophy.


Speaker Biography

Michael Marsh is Professor of Comparative Political Behaviour and a Fellow of Trinity College. He has published a number of books and about 100 professional papers and book chapters on parties and elections in Ireland and Europe. Prof Marsh was a principal investigator in the first ever Irish election study and lead author of the book based on the project, The Irish Voter (Manchester University Press, 2008).

Professor Michael Marsh has responsibility for the oversight of staffing, finance and strategic development in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.


Last updated 13 June 2014 .