Academic year 2011-12 Political Science departmental doctoral seminars

SCHEDULE OF ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-12

 

Date 

Name 

Title 

Discussant 

Note 

29-Mar Alan Renwick  Planning and Executing a Qualitative Research Design   reading: James Mahoney, "After KKV", World Politics 62, no. 1, 120-47.

22-Mar

Tamas Meszerics

Expressive Voting

 

 

8-Mar

Herbert Kitschelt

Party Competition and Democratic Linkages

 

 

1-Mar

Andras Lanczi, Gaspar Miklos Tamas, Andras Bozoki, Zsolt Enyedi

The Crisis of Democracy in Hungary

 

Hungary in the Spotlight lecture

1-Mar

Departmental Meeting

 

 

23-Feb

 Philippe Schmitter

Micro-foundations for the Science(s) of Politics

 

 

21-Feb

Ivan Szelenyi, Peter Mihalyi, Laszlo Csaba, Dorothee Bohle

Life after the IMF? Hungarian Puzzles

 

Hungary in the Spotlight lecture

9-Feb

Departmental Meeting

 

 

2-Feb

Kim Lane Scheppele

 The Unconstitutional Constitution

 

Hungary in the Spotlight lecture

26-Jan

Andras Jakab

Democratizing the Europan Union

 

 

19-Jan

Departmental Meeting

 

 

17-Jan

Sune Lægaard

Toleration, Groups, and Multiculturalism

 

Co-sponsored with PHIL, Popper Room; 17:30-19:30

12-Jan

Matevz Tomsic

Political Elite and Socio-economic Regulation: The Case of Transition Societies

 Andras Bozoki

 

Winter break 

8-Dec

Sidney Tarrow

 Revolutions in Words

Lea Sgier

 

1-Dec

Departmental Meeting

 

 

24-Nov

Probationary Doctoral Candidates' presentation 

 

 

17-Nov

Probationary Doctoral Candidates' presentation 

 

 

10-Nov

Departmental Meeting

 

 

27-Oct

Igor Kotin

Indian civic Nationalism vs Hindu Nationalism in the 2004 general Elections and their coverage in the political cartoons

 

 

20-Oct

Julian Casanova

 Why Was There a Civil War in Spain: a Comparative Perspective

 

 

13-Oct

Niamh Hardiman

Comparing Responses to Fiscal Crisis

 

Sponsored by PERG
Gellner Room

6-Oct

Departmental Meeting

 

 

29-Sept

Nic Cheeseman

Rethinking the “Presidentialism Debate”: Coalitional Politics in Cross-Regional Perspective