Academic year 2010-11 Political Science departmental doctoral seminars

SCHEDULE OF ACADEMIC YEAR 2010-11

 

Date 

Name 

Title 

Discussant 

Note 

7-Apr

Zsuzsa Csergo and
Stefan Wolff 

Minority territorial claims in post-communist Europe

 

 

31-Mar

Departmental Meeting

 

 

24-Mar

Departmental Meeting

 

 

17-Mar

Lewis Kornhauser

Policy and Disposition Coalitions on the Supreme Court of the United States

 

 

10-Mar

Herbert Kitschelt

Democratic Accountability Patterns. Exploring Global Relations

 

 

3-Mar

Departmental Meeting

 

 

24-Feb

Lea Sgier

Mediated Citizenship. Political Participation and Belonging of Elder Women in Care Homes

 

co-written with Barbara Lucas (University of Geneva)

17-Feb

Maarja Luhiste 
Federico Vegetti

What Does it Take to Be Popular: Predictors of Women Candidates' Visibility in the 2009 European Election Campaign 
Polarization at the meso-level. The effect of party characteristics on the quality of party support.

 

Elecdem Fellows Guest Presentation

10-Feb

 Carsten Schneider

Set-Theoretic Methods and Process Tracing in Multi-methods Design: Principles of Case Selection after a QCA

Paul Weith

co-authored with Ingo Rohlfing (University of Cologne)

3-Feb

Departmental Meeting

 

 

27-Jan

Dane Taleski

From Bullets to Ballots: Guerilla-to-Party Transformation in Macedonia

 

 

20-Jan

Jason Wittenberg

What is a Historical Legacy?

Alfred Rieber

 

13-Jan

 Philippe Schmitter

The Future of 'Real-Existing' Democracy

 Carsten Schneider

Lecture starts at 13:15

Winter break 

9-Dec

Departmental Meeting

 

 

1-Dec

Sidney Tarrow

Double Diffusion: the Co-Evolution of Protest and Police Diffusion

 

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25-Nov

Carol Harrington

Resolution 1325 and post Cold-War Feminist Politics

Lea Sgier

 

18-Nov

Probationary Doctoral Candidates' presentation 

 

 

11-Nov

Probationary Doctoral Candidates' presentation

 

 

4-Nov

Departmental Meeting

 

 

28-Oct

Djordje Pavicevic

Regimes of Public Memory

Nenad Dimitrijevic

 

14-Oct

Hermann Schwartz

The Global Financial Crisis: Origins, Responses, Prognosis

Dorothee Bohle

Sponsored by PERG 
Gellner Room

7-Oct

Departmental Meeting