The EuroPOW is a series on European Politics, open to the public via Zoom. Talks will be one hour on Tuesdays at 9:00 AM MDT (when daylight savings ends, we will notify everyone of the appropriate local time). The roundtables will be thematic and have short opening statements followed by discussion among the panelists and a Q&A with the audience. Paper presentations will be 30 minutes followed by 30 minutes of Q&A.
Here is the schedule:
- 28 September 2021: Roundtable on the 2021 German elections with Tarik Abou-Chadi (Nuffield College, University of Oxford), Catherine de Vries (Bocconi University), and Stephanie Hofmann (European University Institute)
- 5 October 2021: "Contingent Extremism: How Perceptions of Party Popularity Activate Far Right Support” with Laura Jakli (Harvard University)
- 12 October 2021: “Politicians’ Private Sector Jobs and Parliamentary Behavior” with Simon Weschle (Syracuse University)
- 19 October 2021: “Aid, Migration Management, and Governance: The Intended and Unintended Consequences of Migration Aid in Africa” with Kelsey Norman (Rice University) and Nicholas Micinski (University of Maine)
- 26 October 2021: “Change or Perish. Centrist anti-establishment parties and their struggle for survival” with Sarah Engler (University of Zurich)
- 2 November 2021: “Bicameralism and Policy Responsiveness to Public Opinion” with Lawrence Ezrow (University of Essex)
- 9 November 2021: Sven-Oliver Proksch (University of Cologne)
- 16 November 2021: Roundtable on Social Democratic Parties with Sheri Berman(Barnard College), Silja Häuserman (University of Zurich), and Jonathan Polk (Lund University)
For Zoom link and recordings of past seminars click here.