Government and International Relations Colloquium Series
The Department of Government and International Relations Colloquium Series aims to showcase recent research by members of the Department, visiting scholars and international and interstate guests in an informal setting, conducive to lively debate. It is an open event and everyone is welcome to attend. If you would like to be informed of future events then please contact who will add your name to our email list. The Series is coordinated by .
Assoc. Prof. Jacqueline Best, University of Ottawa
"GOVERNING THE MARGINS: THE CHANGING PRACTICES OF GLOBAL ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE"
Dr Susan Park, University of Sydney
|24 Sept.||Prof Martin Shaw, University of Sussex
"THE INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS OF GENOCIDE"
|10 Sept.||Assoc Prof Andrew Fitzmaurice, University of Sydney, Department of History
"TRAVERS TWISS AND TERRITORIUM NULLIUS"
|27 Aug.||Dr Catherine Weaver, University of Texas
"IPE'S SPLIT BRAIN. AMERICAN VS. BRITISH SCHOOLS OF INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY"
|6 Aug.||Prof Linda Weiss, University of Sydney
"THE STATE IN THE ECONOMY: NEOLIBERALISM OR NEOACTIVISM?"
Dr Jacqui True, University of Auckland
"NORMS AS PROCESSES: RETHINKING THE LIFE CYCLES OF INTERNATIONAL NORMS (WITH MONA LENA KROOK)"
Assoc. Prof. Louise Chappell, University of New South Wales
|2 April||Prof Robyn Eckersley, University of Melbourne
"TRADING OFF THE CLIMATE: THE INTERPLAY BETWEEN THE INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND CLIMATE REGIMES"
|9 April||Dr Debbie Lisle, Queens University, Belfast
"MILITOURISM: VISUALIZING SOLDIERS ON HOLIDAY"
|2 April||Prof Rod Tiffen, University of Sydney
"HAWK VS. KEATING VERSUS HOWARD VS. COSTELLO"
|26 Aug.||Assoc Prof Benjamin Goldsmith, University of Sydney
"INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND WAR: INSIGHTS FROM BARGAINING MODELS OF CONFLICT"