This Wednesday October 4th, I will be presenting my paper
Dr. Vincent Durac will be the discussant. Link to the abstract.
Venue: Room G316, School of Politics and International Relations, Newman Building
All very welcome!
American Politics Group of the Political Studies Association Annual Conference 2018
Call for Papers
The forty-fourth annual conference of the American Politics Group of the Political Studies Association will be held at St Anne’s College, University of Oxford from Thursday 4 to Saturday 6 January 2018. The keynote speaker will be Professor Marc J. Hetherington (Vanderbilt University) http://www.vanderbilt.edu/political-science/bio/marc-hetherington
There is a broad conference theme: “The US Constitutional and Political Order: Challenges and Constraints”. This can be approached in various ways, and we will also be happy to receive proposals considering subjects and material beyond this particular theme. For example, papers or panel proposals examining contemporary US political institutions or processes, foreign policy issues or political history are invited. The conference organizers would also welcome papers addressing comparative themes or relevant theoretical or methodological issues. Proposals (no more than 150 words for single papers, 300 words for panels) should be sent to Dr Clodagh Harrington (firstname.lastname@example.org) by no later than 20 October 2017.
The APG is the leading scholarly association for the study of US politics in the UK and also has members in continental Europe and the USA. Further details about the group and its activities can be found on the APG website (http://www.american-politics-group-uk.net).
Full details of the conference will also be posted on the website. In the meantime any enquiries should be directed to Clodagh Harrington.
Dr Clodagh Harrington
Chair of the American Politics Group
After a bit of delay my research profile is finally up on UCD website. Here is a screenshot.
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On 22nd of September I will be in wonderful Edinburgh to present a paper at the annual BISA US Foreign Policy Working Group.
First, I will be chairing this fascinating panel:
And afterwards, I will take the stage along with some exceptional colleagues:
Pop in if you are around!