ACCEPT Pluralism Project, UCD School of Politics and International Relations and UCD School of Philosophy Thursday 9 May 2013 Rainer Forst Toleration and Democracy Newman House 7pm There will be a reception preceding the event from 6.15pm. Rainer Forst is … Continue reading →
SPIRe’s Dr. Niamh Hardiman discusses “Greece’s trap” in a recent post on Crooked Timber.
SPIRe’s week twelve seminar will feature SPIRe PhD student Thitiwut Boonyawongwiwat presenting his research on “Public Relations Unit and the formation of anti-narcotic ideology.” from 12:00-13:00 Wednesday, April 24th in G316 Newman Building, UCD Belfield. All are welcome. Abstract The anti- … Continue reading →
SPIRe is pleased to announce a special, EXTRA, seminar this week. SPIRe’s Dr. Galia Chimiak of the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences will present her research on “When a Dream Comes True: The Evolution of Civil Society … Continue reading →
SPIRe’s week ten seminar will feature SPIRe’s Drs. Samuel Brazys and Niamh Hardiman presenting on their research on “From Tiger to PIIGS. Ireland and the use of heuristics in comparative political economy.” from 12:00-13:00 Wednesday, April 17th in G316 Newman … Continue reading →
3-6 pm, Thursday April 25th 2013 Institute of Bankers, 1 North Wall Quay, Dublin 1 Sponsored by NUI Maynooth (NIRSA/ Sociology) and UCD Geary Institute Globalisation, regional economic clusters, open systems of innovation, financialisation, legal restrictions on state aid and … Continue reading →
SPIRe’s week ten seminar will feature SPIRe’s Dr. Paul Gillespie presenting on his research “Crisis as choice: Comparing Typologies of Political Identity in the European Union” from 12:00-13:00 Wednesday, April 10th in G316 Newman Building, UCD Belfield. All are welcome. … Continue reading →
Last November I was invited to give a keynote address to a Forum on Electoral Research organized by the Australian Electoral Commission. The principal theme of the two-day event was citizen engagement, with most of the papers focused on the … Continue reading →