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Welcome to the School of Politics and International Relations

The School of Politics and International Relations has an excellent reputation and offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, as well as top quality research degrees.

We aim to challenge and inspire our students, and give them the skills to succeed in their chosen career.

We are a diverse, research-led school, which integrates research and teaching at every level. Our research covers almost all aspects of contemporary politics and international relations, and our staff publish regularly in the very best journals and with the top publishers.

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Latest news

New publication from Ed Burke

Description
The School of Politics and International Relations is delighted to announce the recent publication of a book by Dr Ed Burke.
Date:
12 April 2018

Vice-Chancellor's Medal awarded to Dr Fernando Casal Bertoa

Description
Congratulations to Dr Fernando Casal Bertoa, who has been awarded the Vice-Chancellor's Medal for his work on impact in relation to electoral reform in Georgia.
Date:
11 April 2018

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Upcoming events

Marx after 200 Years

Date
17 (09:00) - 18 September 2018 (17:00)
Location:
The Hemsley (Staff Club)
Description
To celebrate the 200th anniversary of the birth of Karl Marx, the Marxism Specialist Group of the Political Studies Association of Great Britain and the Centre for the Study of Social and Global Justice are organising a two day workshop.

PSA Media and Politics Group Annual Conference 2018: Call for papers

Date
08 (10:00) - 09 November 2018 (16:00)
Location:
University of Nottingham
Description
Recent elections and referenda have thrown up some unexpected results - outside candidates have emerged rapidly to take power, and established politicians have suffered an unexpected decline or increase in support. Traditional institutions such as political parties and trade unions have experienced a revival in membership. Received wisdom on public opinion and political behaviour has been disrupted, not least assumptions about the political engagement of millenials. This conference will explore mediated communication of politics in the context of such instability and insurgency.

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