Government and International Relations Colloquium Series

Semester 2, 2010

Thursday 12 - 13.30

Location: Merewether Building (H04), Seminar Room 397 located at P 17-18 on the campus map, available at:
http://db.auth.usyd.edu.au/directories/map/largemap00a.html

Enquiries:

   
August 5th Prof. Matthew Flinders, University of Sheffield
"IN DEFENCE OF POLITICS"
August 12th

Assoc. Prof. Adrian Kay, Crawford School, Australian National University
"BIO FUELS POLICY IN THE US AND THE  EU: A SUSTAINABLE  FUTURE OR AN AGRARIAN PAST?"
*Joint seminar with the US Study Centre, location: Room N241 John Woolley Building (A20)

August 26th DR Alix Kelso, University of Southampton
"THE SCRUTINY UNIVERSE: HOUSE OF COMMONS SELECT COMMITTEES AND THE PSYCHOLOGY OF GROUP PROCESSES"
September 9th DR Nick Turnbull, University of Manchester
"RETHORIC, POLITICS AND PHILOSOPHY: FROM PLATO TO PRETERITION?"
September 23th Prof. Stephen Bell, University of Queensland
'DO WE REALLY NEED CONSTRUCTIVIST INSTITUTIONALISM TO EXPLAIN INSTITUTIONAL CHANGE? DEFENDING A FLEXIBLE, AGENT-CENTRED HISTORICAL INSTITUTIONALISM"
October 7th DR Katrina Lee Koo and DR Kim Huynh, Australian National University
"CHILDREN AS POLITICAL ACTORS/AGENTS"
October 28th

DR Binoy Kampmark
"JAMES BURNHAM AND THE ORIGINS OF AMERICAN NEOCONSERVATISM"
*Joint seminar with the US Study Centre, location: Room N241 John Woolley Building (A20)

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Semester 1, 2010

   
March 11th Carole Wyser, University of Lausanne
‘Ethical Work Climates in Swiss Public Administration’.
March 25th

Peter Katzenstein, Cornell University
‘US Standing in the World: Causes, Consequences and the Future’
*hosted jointly with the US Study Centre, location: Room N241 John Woolley Building-

April 22nd Alex Bellamy, University of Queensland
‘The Responsibility to Protect: Five Years On’
April 29th Neville Maxwell, Contemporary China Centre, ANU
‘India and China: Towards Renewed Conflict?’
May 6th Minglu Chen, GIR/Institute for the Social Sciences
‘Women, Enterprises and the State in China’
May 13th Susan Park and Kate Miles, GIR and Law
‘Sustainable Finance: Codes, International Organizations & Law’

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