Trimester 1, 2021

Date Author / PresenterTitle Discussants / Chairs

Friday 12 March 2021 12:00

(In person only)

Jolanda Jetten (University of Queensland)

Consequences of economic inequality for societies' social and political viability: A social psychological analysis

Chair: Duncan McDonnell

Friday 19 March 2021 12:00

(Online only)

Christian Downie (Australian National University)

Overcoming fossil fuel resistance to climate action. Lessons from the US

Chair: Ellie Martus

Friday 26 March 2021  12:00

(Online only)

Linda Botterill (University of Canberra) The art of sweet persuasion: values and rhetoric in politics and policy Chair: Cosmo Howard

Friday 16 April 2021  12:00

(Online only)

Christina Schneider (University of California San Diego and Robert Thomson (Monash University)

International economic integration and promissory representation: The effects of internationalization on promise making and keeping

Chair: Duncan McDonnell

Friday 23 April 2021.  12:00

(Online only)

Vedi Hadiz (University of Melbourne)

Islam and the Left in Indonesia and Turkey

Chair: Duncan McDonnell

Friday 30 April  2021   12:00

(In person only)

Qing Guan (Australian National University) and Juliet Pietsch (Griffith University)

The impact of Intergroup contact on attitudes toward immigrants: A case study of Australia

Chair: Duncan McDonnell

Friday 7 May 2021   11AM

(Online only)

Steve S Chan (University of Colorado) Three conceptions of power Chair: Kai He

Friday 14 May 2021   10AM

(Online only)

Susan Scarrow (University of Houston)

The changing faces of party membership

Chair: Duncan McDonnell

Friday 21 May 2021   12:00Linda Jaivin (author  and associate Australian National University)The Shortest History of ChinaChairs: Kai He and Sue Trevaskes

Friday 28 May 2021  12:00

(In person only)

Chris Reus-Smit (University of Queensland) The end of global pluralism? Chair: Duncan McDonnell

Friday 4 June 2021   12:00

(In person only)

Bart Stanford and Duncan McDonnell (Griffith University) Parties on regional and remote ground Chair: Xu Yi-chong