Trimester 1, 2020

SEMINAR SERIES HAS BEEN CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Centre Seminar Series runs from 12:00 - 13:15 in N72 -1.18  is video conferenced to the Gold Coast G39 4.47 unless otherwise stated
DateSeminarLocation
28 February Daniele Caramani, University of Zurich - The Technocratic Challenges to Democracy

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6 March Gideon Baker, Griffith University - Nihilism and the Two Worlds

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13 March Dara Conduit, Deakin University - Extra-territorial Authoritarian Power: The Case of Syria

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20 March Caitlin Mollica, Queensland University of Technology - Where does the Money Go? Considering the Impact of the Youth, Peace and 
Security Agenda on Donors - POSTPONED

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27 March Adam Graycar, Griffith University - Corruption and Public Value - POSTPONED

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3 April

Elisabeth Kramer, University of Sydney - What is more Important than Saving Lives? The Challenges of Regulating Tobacco in Indonesia - POSTPONED

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17 April No seminar  
24 April Duncan McDonnell, Griffith University - Australian Political Youth Wings - POSTPONED

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1 May Katrine Beauregard, Australian National University - Sexism and Attitudes toward Policy Spending in Australia and the United States - POSTPONED

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8 May Dan Halvorson, Griffith University - Decolonisation and the Religious Resurgence in International History - POSTPONED

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15 May Phyu Phyu Oo, Melodie Ruwet - HDR session - POSTPONED

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22 May Kanishka Jayasuriya, Murdoch University - Higher Education and the Rise of the Authoritarian Right and Populist Politics - POSTPONED N72 -1.18 VC G39 4.47