Joint IR Seminar Series

The joint IR Seminar Series are organised by UI together with Stockholm University and the National Defence College.

Researchers from the three organisations present papers in progress to fellow academics. The seminars constitute a forum for constructive feedback and ideas for development or improvement during an ongoing research project.

The series consist of six seminars per semester and are open for IR academics (by invitation). Seminars are mainly held in Swedish, but English-speakers are also welcome and can be accommodated.

This semester the IR seminar series will be held at Stockholm University. For more information, please contact Jonas Tallberg at SU: jonas.tallberg@statsvet.su.se.

Scheduled talks for spring 2015:


Monday March 2, 13.00-15.00, room F702, Department of Political Science, Stockholm University
Steven Bernstein, University of Toronto
"Coherence and Incoherence in Global Sustainable Development Governance?
Seminar co-organized with the Higher Research Seminar at the Department of Political Science, Stockholm University.

Wednesday April 15, 15.00-17.00, room F702, Department of Political Science, Stockholm University
Thomas Bernauer, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH)
"Surprisingly Robust Public Support for Unilateral Climate Policy?
Seminar co-organized with the Higher Research Seminar at the Department of Political Science, Stockholm University

Tuesday April 21, 13.00-15.00, room F702, Department of Political Science, Stockholm University
Ayse Zarakol, University of Cambridge
Swepsa International Rising Star Lecture 2015
Seminar co-organized with the IR section of the Swedish Political Science Association

 

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Joint IR Seminar Series

Organised by UI together with Stockholm University and the National Defence College, the joint IR seminar series constitute a forum for constructive feedback during an ongoing research project.