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Eutopia of Empire: The Imperial and Colonial Background to Francis Bacon's The New Atlantis

Date
18 May 2022 (16:30-18:00)
Location:
Trent A21
Description
CRISPI host seminar with Dr Samuel Zeitlin

Marius Ostrowski (EUI), Book Launch: "Ideology (Polity 2022)"

Date
18 May 2022 (17:00-18:30)
Location:
MS Teams meeting
Description
CRISPI and CARR are delighted to invite Marius Ostrowski (EUI), to deliver a talk as part of their 'The Future of Ideologies' series on Weds 9th March.

Taiwan-Hong Kong (dis)connection: physical and digital social movements in HK and Taiwan

Date
19 May 2022 (17:30-19:00)
Location:
Online event
Description
Taiwan-Hong Kong (dis)connection: physical and digital social movements in HK and Taiwan

Nordic Libertarianism: CRISPI/JPI conference

Date
27 May 2022 (10:30-18:30)
Location:
University of Nottingham
Description
A one-day conference hosted by the Research Centre into Ideas and the Study of Political Ideologies and the Journal of Political Ideologies

Contemporary Political History Seminar 27 May

Date
27 May 2022 (16:00-17:00)
Location:
Humanities A27
Description
Seminars organised by postgraduate researchers in History and Politics.

Mathew Humphrey (Nottingham): "Riders' Rights: a Grassroots View of Freedom and Political Mobilisation"

Date
01 June 2022 (17:00-18:30)
Location:
MS Teams meeting
Description
CRISPI and CARR are delighted to invite Mathew Humphrey (Nottingham), to deliver a talk as part of their 'The Future of Ideologies' series on Weds 9th March.

Analyzing Time-Series Cross-Section Data in Social Science Research Workshop

Date
06 (09:30) - 10 June 2022 (15:00)
Location:
Hybrid Mode: Streamed online and speaker on campus, LG106 Hallward Library, Online registration
Description
Dr Tse-min Lin, Associate Professor of Government at the University of Texas Austin for a one-week workshop on Analyzing Time-Series Cross-Section Data in Social Science Research

Marc Stears (UCL), "Out of the Ordinary: How Everyday Life Inspired a Nation and How It Can Again"

Date
15 June 2022 (17:00-18:30)
Location:
MS Teams meeting
Description
CRISPI and CARR are delighted to invite Marc Stears (UCL), to deliver a talk as part of their 'The Future of Ideologies' series on Weds 9th March.

Taiwan Studies Programme Annual Conference 2022 : Racing to join the club

Date
17 (09:00) - 18 June 2022 (18:00)
Location:
E07 Monica Partridge Building, Hybrid Event: taking place in person and participation online via MS Teams., Online registration
Description
The Taiwan Studies Program of the University of Nottingham is holding a conference on 17th-18th June 2022 to explore the issues raised by this novel dynamic of contemporaneous applications to join the CPTPP from the UK, China and Taiwan.

Asymmetry and Imbalance in Politics and International Relations

Date
17 June 2022 (09:00-18:00)
Location:
TBC
Description
9th annual Politics and International Relations postgrad conference
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