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Durham University

Centre for Institutions and Political Behaviour

Current Events

CIPB Speaker Series 2019/20

Date Location Speaker Paper Title
16 October 2019, 16:00-17:45 D/IM101 Dr. Brenda van Coppenolle (University of Essex)
Unbreakable Legacies? Redistricting, Political Capital and the Personal Vote
27 November 2019, 16:00-17:45 D/IM101 Dr J Andrew Harris (NYU Abu Dhabi) Ethnic Bias in Judicial Decision-making: Evidence from the Kenyan Appellate Courts
22 January 2020, 16:00-17:45 D/IM201 Professor Laura Cram (University of Edinburgh)
26 February 2020, 16.00-17:45 D/IM201 Professor Ben Lauderdale (UCL)
11 March 2020, 16.00-17.45 D/IM201

Dr. Lasse Lausten (University of Aarhus)

22 April 2020, 16:00-17:45 D/IM201

Dr. Stefanie Reher (Strathclyde)

13 May 2020, 16:00-17:45 D/IM201

Dr. Nazita Lajevardi (Michigan State University)

CIPB Speaker Series 2018/19

Date Location Speaker Paper Title
12th November 2018, 16:00-17:30 D/EH 101 Dr. Chris Farriss (University of Michigan)

Misgovernance and Human Rights: Experimental Evidence of Illegal Detention without Intent

10th December 2018, 16:00-17:30 D/EH 101 Prof. James Tilley (University of Oxford) Divided by the Vote: Affective Polarization in the Wake of Brexit
11th February 2019, 16:00-17:30 D/EH 101 Prof. Maria Sobolewska (University of Manchester) Brexitland: immigration, diversity and the making of British culture wars
11th March 2019, 16.00-17:30 D/EH 101 Dr. Øyvid Skorge Institute of Social Research at Oslo Petitions and the electoral mobilization of women
20th May 2019, 16.00-17.30 D/IM222 Dr. Gabriel Katz (University of Essex) Money in Judicial Politics: Individual Contributions and Collective Decisions

CIPB Speaker Series 2017/18

Date Location Speaker Paper Title
25th January 2018, 2-4pm D/IM102 Vicky Fouka (Stanford) From Immigrants to Americans: Race, Status, and Assimilation during the Great Migration
22nd February 2018, 5:15-6:15pm D/MHL224 Chris Kam (UBC) Building Parties: Party Slates at Nineteenth-Century Parliamentary Elections in England and Wales
25th April 2018, 3:30-5:30pm D/IM102 Matthew C. Wilson (UWV) Contested or Established? Empirical Models of Legislative Strengths in Dictatorship
30th April 2018, 4:00-5:30pm D/IM102 Thomas Leeper (LSE) Divided by the Vote: Affective Polarization in the Wake of Brexit
16th May 2018, 4:00-5:30pm D/IM102 Lucas Leeman (Zurich) Direct Democracy and Political Conflict: Institutional Evolution in the 19th Century