Research Network in Politics and Government - Events

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Apr
30

Does Decentralization Promote Poverty Alleviation? Evidence from Kenya's Constituencies Development Fund

Fri, 30 Apr - 16:00 -   .ics

Speaker: Daniel Posner

Series: Politics Research Colloquium

Please join the Zoom 5 minutes before the event begins.

May
07

Repression in the digital age: Communication technology and the politics of state violence

Fri, 07 May - 16:00 -   .ics

Speaker: Anita Gohdes

Series: Politics Research Colloquium

Please join the Zoom 5 minutes before the event begins.

May
14

Democracy and Dignified Development in South Africa

Fri, 14 May - 16:00 -   .ics

Speaker: Evan Lieberman

Series: Politics Research Colloquium

Please join the Zoom 5 minutes before the event begins.

May
21

A Conjunctural Theory of Political Revolution: The Case of Spanish American History

Fri, 21 May - 16:00 -   .ics

Speaker: James Mahoney

Series: Politics Research Colloquium

Please join the Zoom 5 minutes before the event begins.

Members of the Politics and Government Network organise several events and speaker series. Two speaker series that are regularly offered are the DPIR Politics Colloquium and the Nuffield Political Science Seminar. Both seminars meet weekly in Michaelmas, Hilary, and Trinity Term. No pre-registration is required. Papers presented at the DPIR Politics Colloquium are circulated one week in advance of the seminar.

  • To be added to the mailing list for the DPIR Politics Colloquium, please contact events@politics.ox.ac.uk.
  • To be added to the mailing list for the Nuffield Political Science Seminar, or for more information on any of the seminars in the series, please contact politics.secretary@nuffield.ox.ac.uk.
  • Events in both series are regularly advertised in the Oxford Talks website https://talks.ox.ac.uk/ and in the listing below