Events from 31 August, 2015
31st August, 20151:00-2:00pm
The Department of Sociology and Social Policy invites you to the upcoming seminar: 'Global Knowledge Production: The Brand New World of Academic Publishing'.
2nd September, 201512:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Sydney Democracy Future invites you to a seminar: 'Political Theory and the Idea of Expertise' with Associate Professor Robert Lamb from University of Exeter.
3rd September, 20155:30 - 7:30pm
What challenges are presented by recent changes to the process of casting a vote in Australia and other Western democracies?
10th September, 20153:00-5:00pm
The Department of Anthropology invites you to a seminar with Sally Babidge from The University of Queensland.
10th September, 20154:00 - 5:30pm
Land, Accumulation and Resistance: Writing the Socio-Economic and Political History of Tourism in Acapulco, 1929-1970
The Department of Political Economy invites you to a seminar with Barry Carr on the topic of 'Land, Accumulation and Resistance: Writing the Socio-Economic and Political History of Tourism in Acapulco, 1929-1970'.
14th September, 20151:00 - 2:00pm
The Department of Sociology and Social Policy invites you to a seminar: 'Habermasian Public Sphere as a Locus of Civic Autonomy', with Maciej Hułas from Department of Sociology, John Paul II Catholic University in Lublin, Poland.
15th September, 201511:45am-1:30pm
Campaigns, parties, pollsters and political scientists increasingly rely on voter registration lists and consumer files to identify targets for registration, persuasion, and as sampling frames for surveys. However, a sizable proportion of the U.S. citizen population does not appear on these lists, making them invisible to list-based campaigns and research. Professor Jackman investigates the size of the unlisted population and the political consequences that follow from a list-based view of the polity.
17th September, 20153:00 - 5:00pm
The Department of Anthropology invites you to a seminar with Luis F. Angosto-Ferrández on the topic of 'The value of everything and the price of nothingness'.
18th September, 201510am-2:30pm
SSPS is holding a School wide Research Day on 18 September 2015.
24th September, 201512:00pm - 2:00pm
The Department of Government and International Relations invites you to a seminar: 'Couldn’t Stand the Weather: The Effect of Extreme Weather Events on Climate Change Concern', with Dr Llewelyn Hughes from Australian National University.