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Sondre Båtstrand presents a new approach for categorizing politics in his article «Giving content to new politics», which will be published in Party Politics.
Sondre Båtstrand presents a new approach for categorizing politics in his article «Giving content to new politics», which will be published in Party Politics.
November 5th, the network arranged a workshop on democracy, justice and climate change, with speakers from University of Warwick, Uppsala University and University of Bergen.
The research group "Challenges in Advanced Democracies" invites to a stimulating presentation. Wojciech Nowiak from Adam Mickiewicz University in Poland, Faculty of Political Science and Journalism, will give a talk on "Welfare policy changes in Poland" at our research group seminar on October 24th.
Michaël Tatham has recently been named Associate Professor at the Department of Comparative Politics. This is a short presentation of our newest colleague.
Michaël Tatham has recently been named Associate Professor at the Department of Comparative Politics. This is a short presentation of our newest colleague.
This year's Rokkan lecture will be held by Margaret Levi, Jere L. Bacharach Professor of International Studies, Department of Political Science, University of Washington.
International conference and workshop for master and PhD-candidates: Does Language Matter? Different Voices, Different Stories? Perspectives on Language Use in Climate Change Text and Talk
The American Political Science Association's (APSA) "Task Force on Democracy, Economic Security, and Social Justice in a Volatile World" published it's final report this spring. Siri Gloppen, from the Department of Comparative Politics, has been a member of the task force.
Professor Deborah Brautigam is moving on to Johns Hopkins University.
The first semester of the new exchange program at Fudan University in Shanghai is well underway. The semester course give students insights into Chinese politics and development in a global perspective.
The annual REPLA workshop for phd candidates – call for papers! Deadline for submission of abstracts: 22nd of february.
Det er ledig et stipend for masterstudenter, knyttet til et prosjekt finansiert av Norges Forskningsråd. Stipendet er på kroner 4.000 per måned i 10 måneder. Forutsetningen er at du skriver en masteroppgave som er relevant for prosjektet Climate Crossroad, som handler om medier, klima og politikk.
7th - 9th of May, The Climate Crossroads-project and the CliMPS-network will organize a conference on Climate change, media and politics in Bergen.
The competition is presented by Academy for International Conflict Management and Peace building of the United States Institute of Peace, the Korbel School at the University of Denver and the Kroc Center at Notre Dame University, Georgia State University
The Norwegian Research Council is funding a student scholarship of 20 000 NOK for the project “Women's fight against violence and for justice in northern Sudan”. The project is based at the Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI). The application deadline is September 23. 2011.
New this year is the "Sampol Cinema", film viewings for students and staff at Department of Comparative Politics.
Professor II Deborah Braütigam has published an article in the rescent issue of Journal of International Development

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