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March 2010

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

 

Date  and Time

Event

Venue

Details

3 March 3 pm

 

‘Exiting the Constitutional Crisis: the ‘negotiation’ of the Treaty of Lisbon’.

David Phinnemore (PISP)

 

19.103, 19  University Square

Governance and Public Policy Research Cluster

Contact Andrew Baker a.baker@qub.ac.uk

4 March 4-5.30pm

“Rawls, Rationality, and the Priority of Liberty”

Gavin Kerr (QUB)

6 College Park, Room 01/37

 

Philosophy Seminar Series in conjunction with the Royal Institute of Philosophy

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

4 March 5pm

 

Research Seminar:   

‘Does Disarmament Matter? The Role of DDR in Security Sector Reform’  Kim van Honk (QUB)

‘New Light on the Mason Years’  Matthew Okot (QUB)

Peter Froggatt Centre (PFC 211)

 

Contemporary Irish Political History Research Cluster

Contact Graham Walker, g.s.walker@qub.ac.uk

10 March 3-5 pm

‘Conflict in the Post-Soviet Space: Expectations and Authoritarian Peace’

Dr Neil Robinson (Limerick)

Conference Room/20.103

20 University Rd

International Politics and Ethnic Conflict  Research Cluster

Contact Dan Bulley d.bulley@qub.ac.uk

10   March 4 pm

Postgraduate Student Workshop on ‘Publishing In Irish Studies’

Speakers Include:  Prof. Vera Kreilkamp (Boston College), Prof. Jack Foster

Institute of Irish Studies Seminar Room 1

Contemporary Irish Political History Research Cluster

Contact Graham Walker, g.s.walker@qub.ac.uk

(Event also organised by Irish Studies International Research Initiative)

11 March 4-5.30pm

“Autobiographical Memory and Narrative Thinking”

Professor Peter Goldie (Manchester)

6 College Park, Room 01/37

 

Philosophy Seminar Series in conjunction with the Royal Institute of Philosophy

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

11 March 5 pm

‘Occasions of Sin: Writing the Sexual History of Modern Ireland’

Professor Diarmuid Ferriter (UCD)

Institute of Irish Studies Seminar Room 1

Contemporary Irish Political History Research Cluster

Contact Graham Walker, g.s.walker@qub.ac.uk

(Event also organised by Irish Studies International Research Initiative)

18 March 3-5 pm

‘Palestine, the Myth of Masada and the Charisma of Death in Political Zionism’

Dr Ephraim Nimni (QUB)

Conference Room/20.103

20 University Rd

International Politics and Ethnic Conflict  Research Cluster

Contact Dan Bulley d.bulley@qub.ac.uk

 

18 March 4-5.30pm

“Three Concepts of Human Rights”

Dr John Tasioulas (Oxford)

6 College Park, Room 01/37

 

Philosophy Seminar Series in conjunction with the Royal Institute of Philosophy

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

24 March 3pm

“Suspect Communities: The Boundaries of Unequal Citizenship”

Victoria Montgomery (CAWP)

 

19.103, 19  University Square

Governance and Public Policy Research Cluster

Contact Andrew Baker a.baker@qub.ac.uk

25 March 5pm

Lecture: ‘Making provision for the innocent children:  

the 1916 relatives, the National Aid Association,and the cult of martyrdom’

Dr. Caoimhe Nic Dhaibheid (QUB)

 

Peter Froggatt Centre (PFC 305)

 

Contemporary Irish Political History Research Cluster

Contact Graham Walker, g.s.walker@qub.ac.uk