Rebel Propaganda, Human Rights, Gender and Racial Bias, Constitution-making, Women’s Health and Police Accountability! These are some of the themes in the Flash Research Presentations Event on 31 October, 11am-1pm @ Thompson 420.
- Paul Collins, 'Gender and Racial Bias in Supreme Court Confirmation Hearings’
- Elif Savas, 'Reading Ideology and Regime Change through Women’s Health and Human Rights: Turkey’s Turn towards Authoritarianism and Religious Nationalism’
- Alicia Pastor y Camarasa, 'Strangers in the Room – Constitution-making, External Actors and the 2014 Tunisian Constitution’
- Ben Nolan, 'What, to W.E.B. Du Bois, is a human right?’
- Lauren McCarthy, 'Citizen Oversight and Police Accountability in Authoritarian Regimes: The Russian Case’
- Meredith Loken, ‘The Visual War: Women Militants in Rebel Propaganda’
This will be fun and action-packed so please be sure to attend if you can even if you can only come for part of the time, it would still be great if you could stop by and learn about some of the interesting work that your professors or colleagues in the Department of Political Science are working on.