Political Science Department Seminars and Doctoral Seminars

The Department of Political Science is proud to present the annual sequence of departmental seminars and doctoral seminars. The seminars provide the occasion for faculty, and advanced, and first-year PhD students to present their work.

Seminars and meetings are always held at 13:30 - 15:10 on Wednesdays in the Academic Year 2022/2023 in QS B-505. For livestream link please register here. 

Jan 11, 2023 B-505 Departmental Meeting
Jan 18, 2023 B-421 Department Seminar, Rune SlothuusDo Political Parties Do Anything Good to Public Opinion?
Feb 1, 2023 B-421 Department Meeting
Feb 8, 2023 B-421 Department Seminar, Bruno Castanho SilvaGendered Communication and Women's Political Careers in 24 Democracies
Feb 22, 2023 B-421 Department Seminar, Stephanie Zonszein, University of California, BerkeleyTurn On, Tune In, Turn Out: Ethnic Radio and Immigrants’ Political Engagement
February 28, 2023 B-511 Department Meeting
March 8, 2023 B-421 Department Seminar, Markus Schoeller, The Leadership Gap: Germany’s Self-Conception and the Persistency of its Euro-Policy
March 15, 2023 B-421 Department Seminar, Lisa HerzogBeyond words: Democratic practices and the epistemologies of the oppressed
March 22, 2023 B-421 Department Seminar, Anil Duman, Does it Matter to be Informal? Type of employment and public opinions in the MENA region
March 29, 2023 B-421 Department Seminar, Anca Gheaus, Parental Partiality in Unjust Circumstances: Inheritance as Insurance
Date Venue Department Seminar Name & Title
Sept 28 B-505 Department Seminar; Ida Hjermitslev, University of Vienna "Compromise and Trade-offs on Salient Policy Issues"
Oct 5 B-505 Department Meeting
Oct 19 B-505 Department Seminar; Julia Schulte-Cloos, 
European University Institute, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies

Nov 2 B-505 Department Meeting
Nov 9 B-505   Department Seminar; Alexander Bor, Democracy Institute CEU "Prejudice Against the Unvaccinated During the COVID-19 Pandemic"
Nov 16 B-505   Department Seminar; Arieda Muco, CEU "The Xerox Effect: Communication Technologies and Political Actions in Autocracy"
Nov 23 B-505   Department Seminar; Lukas Meyer, University of Graz, "Individual (political) responsibility for climate change"
Nov 30 D-001   Department Meeting
Dec 7 B-505  Department Seminar; Alina Nychyk, Ukraine vis-à-vis Russia and the EU in 2014 and 2022: lessons (un)learned

Quicklinks: Department seminars and Doctoral seminars in 2021/222020/212019/202018/192017/182016/172015/162014/152013/142012/132011/122010/11, 2009/10, 2008/09, 2007/08, 2006/07.