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December 2010

School of Politics, International Studies and Philosophy Events for  December 2010 

Date  and Time

Event

Venue

Details

1 December, 3pm

Dr Andrew Baker(QUB)

‘Why Austerity is not commonsense but politically driven nonsense’

Seminar Room 2, Institute of Governance, 63 University Road

GAPP research cluster  Contact for details: Victoria Montgomery (v.montgomery@qub.ac.uk).  Booking not applicable

2 December,

3.30 pm

Professor Maria Baghramian (UCD)

“Contested Intuitions: the Experimental Approach”

Conference Room (20.103), 21 University Squar

Philosophy Seminar Series in conjunction with the Royal Institute of Philosophy

Contact Jeremy Watkins j.watkins@qub.ac.uk

2 December,

3.30 pm

Ancient Epistemology Workshop

Speakers:

Professor David Sedley (Christ’s College, Cambridge), Professor Theodore Scaltsas (Edinburgh), Dr Anna Marmodoro (Corpus Christi College, Oxford), Professor Vasilis Politis (Trinity College Dublin), Dr David Charles (Oriel College, Oxford), Dr Michail Peramatzis (Queen’s University Belfast) 

For further information, please see here and the APORO website

[Supported by the Mind Association]

Conference Room (20.103), 21 University Square

Philosophy Seminar Series in conjunction with the Royal Institute of Philosophy

Contact Jeremy Watkins j.watkins@qub.ac.uk

7 December, 4.30- 6 pm Dr. Erin Jeanne

Central European University, Budapest

Nested Security and Ethnic Conflict Management:  From the League of Nations to the European Union.
Lecture Theatre, 21.10, 21 University Square

International Politics and Ethnic Conflict Research Cluster

Contact Ephraim Nimni e.nimni@qub.ac.uk

8 December, 7.30-9pm Political Cinema Evenings

Come and have a good look at the War on Terror

The Road to Guantanamo    

A  British 2006 docudrama directed by Michael Winterbottom and Mat Whitecross

Lecture Theatre, 21.10, 21 University Square

International Politics and Ethnic Conflict  Research Cluster  

Contact Ephraim Nimni e.nimni@qub.ac.uk

The event is free

9 December, 5pm

Postgraduate Seminar: Chris Hazzard

 ‘Nationalism and Republicanism in Post WW2 Northern Ireland’

[This event will be followed by an end of term party for postgraduates and staff and friends.]

School of Politics 21.101

Contact Professor Graham Walker (02890 973200, g.s.walker@qub.ac.uk) for further details.