JEAN BLONDEL TUESDAY SEMINARS IN POLITICAL SCIENCE

 

The Centre for the Study of Political Change organizes a weekly two-hour seminar. The Seminar’s aim is broad: its scope is not limited to a specific field or area. Quite the contrary, it is deliberately open to all social scientists and to those who work on political science related issues from a variety of disciplines.

The Seminar provides an opportunity to both the staff and the graduate students of the CIRCaP to be familiar with the research currently undertaken in Italy and abroad. It specifically aims to enable MA and PhD students to experience at first-hand the work of researchers and the different stages of research crafting.

 

Jean Blondel Tuesday seminars – Academic year 2019/2020

22 October 2019 – 11am
Fabrizio Coticchia (University of Genova)
Italian foreign policy and domestically-focused outsider. The case of Renzi.

5 November 2019 – 2.30pm
Levente Littvay (Central European University)
Populist attitudes: concepts and measurement

12 November 2019 – 11am
Andrea Cassani (University of Milan)
Beyond the illiberal trend: Autocratization in the 21st century

19 November 2019 – 11am
Donatella Campus (University of Bologna)
Parties and plural leadership

26 November 2019 – 11am
Michael Lewis-Beck (University of Iowa)
Candidate Authenticity: Measure and Consequences

3 December 2019 – 11am
Alessandro Pellegata (University of Milan)
Who gets represented? Patterns of MP-voter congruence on European Solidarity in the core and periphery

 

 

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