The School of Geography, Politics and Sociology

Events

Politics Seminars

Our programme of politics seminars showcase some of the great research in the field of politics and can potentially help you with your learning.

Since 2008, we have organised more than 50 conferences and workshops. In the same period, we have had more than 100 invited speakers at our regular seminar series. 

We also organise the Newcastle Ethics, Legal and Political Philosophy group (NELPP) seminar series and the activities of the Postcolonial Research group.

The Jean Monnet Centre also organises workshops and other events.

Upcoming dates

  • Mark Langan new book launch

    Date/Time: 12 December 2017 13:00

    Venue: Politics Staffroom

  • Politics Seminar Series Semester 2

    TBC

    Date/Time: 16/05/18 13:15-14:30

    Venue: Politics Building, room G.22

  • Politics Seminar Series Semester 2

    TBC

    Date/Time: 02/05/18 13:15-14:30

    Venue: Politics Building, room G.22

  • Politics Seminar Series Semester 2

    Making sense of the struggle for democracy: how did Brazilian activists conceived of democracy in the 2013 protests?

    Date/Time: 18/04/18 13:15-14:30

    Venue: Politics Building, room G.22

  • Politics Seminar Series Semester 2

    'What's Wrong with NATO and How to Fix It'

    Date/Time: 14/03/18 13:15-14:30

    Venue: Politics Building, room G.22

  • Politics Seminar Series Semester 2

    TBC

    Date/Time: 21/02/18 13:15-14:30

    Venue: Politics Building, room G.22

  • Politics Seminar Series Semester 2

    Fracturing the politics of insecurity: extitutional surveillance and the limits of 'resistance’

    Date/Time: 31/01/18 13:15-14:30

    Venue: Politics Building, room G.22