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Department of European and International Studies Seminar Series

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The Department of European & International Studies will be hosting a series of online research seminars in 2020/21.

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As well as academics from the department, the series will also welcome guests from across the School of Politics and Economics, and from other leading UK institutions.

For questions about the seminar series please contact Dr Inga Rademacher.

Guests will be sent an invitation to attend the seminars, held via Microsoft Teams, in the days leading up to the events.

2020

7 October: Politics in Times of Covid-19 – Responding to radical uncertainty– Joseph Baines (KCL, EIS), Ramon Pacheco Pardo (KCL, EIS) and Christel Koop (KCL DPE). (15.00 - 16.15)

21 October: Anna Sergi (Essex) - The Port-Crime Interface: Organised Crime, Corruption and Illicit Governance in Major Seaports. (15.00 - 16.15)

11 November: Toni Haastrup (University of Stirling) Re-narrating Africa-EU Relations in a Time of Crises. (15.00 - 16.15)

25 November: Greg Fuller (Groningen) title TBC. (15.00 - 16.15)

9 December: Alison Johnston (Oregon State University) - The strings of the ‘Golden Straightjacket’: How sovereign ratings influence welfare spending in developed countries. (16.00 - 17.15)

2021 (Semester Two)

20 January: Huw Macartney (Birmingham) - The Bank Culture Debate: Ethics, Values, and Financialization in Anglo-America. (15.00 - 16.15)

27 January: Joo-Hyoung Ji (Kyungnam) - Urban Crisis and Decline in South Korea: How the developmental state created and colonized underdeveloped industrial cities. (15.00 - 16.15)

10 February: TBC

17 March: Bonnie Field (Bentley) - title TBC. (15.00 - 16.15)

31 March: Alen Toplišek (KCL) The political economy of COVID-19 responses in Central and Eastern Europe. (15.00 - 16.15)

19 May: Brigitte Young (Muenster) -The Ordoliberal and Neoliberal Narrative: Does it have Theoretical Explanatory Power for German and EU Economic Crisis Management? (15.00 - 16.15)

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